Whether you are looking for the perfect gift for that someone special or you want to show yourself some well deserved self love, why not support local with the gift of Irish jewellery! I have scanned the country virtually and brought you the best Irish online jewellery design in an array of styles and price points. But my biggest problem was trying to narrow it down to 10! So there really is no excuse for us to not support local when it comes to purchasing fabulous jewellery.
It is estimated that over €4 BILLION was spent by Irish consumers on International online stores last year. My mission with this ‘Support Irish’ series is to showcase the best of what Irish retail has to offer while educating consumers and making it simple and easy for you to support local businesses.
All pieces that I have chosen are based on the romance theme of this post but all sites offer a superb range so be sure to explore them further in your own time.
Seoidín was founded by Maureen Harrison in the West of Ireland in 1996. Their jewellery is bespoke and one of a kind so it is perfect for all of those special moments.
Newbridge Silverware truly are top of their game when it comes to design and production of fabulous pieces and with decades of experience, they still continue to produce beautiful collections year after year.
Enibas jewellery is designed and handmade in West Cork. Their stunning ‘Croí álainn’ signature collection meaning ‘A beautiful heart’ is the perfect gift so be sure to check out their full collection.
Knight & Day
Knight & Day is a stunning costume jewellery brand based in Co. Mayo. The collection features a wide range of styles and finishes and is available from over 180 stockists nationwide as well as their online store. Each jewellery piece is individually presented in beautiful gift boxes sealed with a bow so it is the perfect gift idea.
The Kerry based company has been at the forefront of promoting the finest Irish craft and design for over 50 years. They currently feature a range of superb Irish designers which you can easily find using their very user friendly website.
Juvi jewellery is inspired from stories and places from all around the world. Each Juvi piece is lovingly boxed in our luxurious wrapping so their jewellery is the ideal gift for that special person in your life.
Tipperary Crystal has grown rapidly in popularity in recent years. Their stunning dainty range of jewellery comes in beautiful gift boxes and is an ideal gift for that special person.
Inner Island was launched in 2015 by Gemma O’Leary. The Wexford based business makes modern, contemporary jewellery. All her collections are designed and handcrafted in Ireland so they really are a beautiful gift idea.
Crystals & Co
Crystals & Co was founded by Emily MacKeogh & Leah O’Reilly in 2009 and has grown from strength to strength. Their pieces are delicate and quirky pieces so they make ideal gifts.
Loulerie was founded by Louise Stokes in 2007. The Dublin based stores features stunning investment pieces so they can be passed down for generations. How stunning is this locket?
I have to admit that in researching this post I was blown away and very proud of the range of beautiful jewellery that Ireland has to offer. A number of these brands can and indeed do compete internationally with the major players and this was just a taster. Are there other great Irish jewellery sites that I have left out? Have you a great experience with one of these Irish stores that you can share? We are all in this together so I would love to hear from you so that we can all support local together.
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