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This secondhand shop oozes elegance and sophistication...
Produces knitting yarns, blankets, tweed and winter woollies, which are on sale at the neighbouring shop; ask for an informal, behind-the-scenes peek at the mill's century-old machinery in action...
This combination studio and shop provides a workshop and display space for some of Waterford's best artists and craftspeople...
Mostly dedicated to Irish designer womenswear, featuring well-made classic suits, evening wear and knitwear...
Crookhaven's ends-of-the-earth location fuels creative inspiration and Jorg Uschkamp makes exquisite gold and silver jewellery at his workshop/gallery on the harbourfront...
Occupying a huge block with entrances on Henry, Liffey and Abbey Sts, this is our favourite of Dublin’s department stores...
This is the place to go if you're looking for your very own bodhrán (goat-skin drum) or any other musical instrument associated with Irish traditional music...
This small studio creates contemporary and traditional crystal, with many designs hand-cut using the old intaglio method of engraving. The gift shop also stocks Irish glassware, ceramics, leather goods and accessories.
A cultural playground for adults, where you can dig out cubist fridge magnets, huge po-mo hanging mobiles, masterpiece colour-by-number prints, cloth puppets, unusual wooden toys and beautiful art and pop culture har...
Beautiful scarves, rugs and wall hangings are created on a 150-year-old loom by this long-established designer. Also sold here are ceramics by her husband, who has a workshop at Louis Mulcahy Pottery , west of Dingle.
Often staffed by the artists themselves, this little gallery is a showcase for the work of the West Kerry Craft Guild, selling ceramics, paintings, wood carvings, photography, batik, jewellery, stained glass and more.
You won't find Claddagh rings or charm bracelets here, just cabinets full of handmade, contemporary Irish jewellery, most of it by up-and-coming Dublin craftspeople...
Excellent designer menswear store, where friendly staff guide you through casuals by bling labels Burberry, Prada and whatever else makes for a classy fit. Downstairs it's classic tailored suits and designer shoes.
One of several commercial galleries and craft shops in town (ask tourist office for a full list), the Blue Egg concentrates on contemporary Irish crafts in a range of materials, including ceramics, metal and glass.
Owner Louise Stokes learnt her craft in New York, and has since returned with an unerring eye for finding that individual piece of jewellery – rings, necklaces, earrings etc – to suit every mood and occasion.
The Whitewater Farmers Market is held in the Whitewater Shopping Centre twice a week and has a wide range of local produce, including cheese, organic fruit and veg, organic meats and local crafts.
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