Looking for something different this Christmas?
Here at Fashion of Ireland we have hand picked some of our favorite Irish gifts. These are uniquely authentic and sustainably lead pieces of contemporary Irish design.
This 9ct gold Shooting Star necklace encourages us to burn bright like a star and fulfill our destiny. The craftsmanship of this piece of Irish jewelry is stunning, made by hand in Ireland by Ger Breslin. It is a quiet nod to a statement piece, for those who love and appreciate exquisite style. Also available in Sterling Silver.
The Blondie Hartoglas has been made with veg-tan leather and Irish linen lining. Fitted with a nice and strong zip and a little patch pocket for your phone on the inside. Blondie is a completely versatile bag. The strap is available in different sizes and colours. The straps are made in Ireland, the bags are designed in Ireland by Nicole Jackson in Galway and made ethically in Scotland.
This luxury merino wool knitted hat with a plait knit detail and pom pom bobble will keep your head warm over the colder months. The hat is made from pure hand-spun 21 micron merino wool making it so soft and cosy. It has been knitted by the hands of Agne in Belfast, giving it a distinctive and unique look. Also available in Mustard Yellow.
This bum bag has been made in Dublin with faux leather by Daki. Although it has a slim fit, it is surprisingly roomy. It can hold more than it looks, so you can carry your daily essentials stylishly and hands-free. The flat shape allows the bag to fit nicely around the body, or it can be worn across the shoulders. Also available with a Silver Star.
This silk scarf is a drawing Rita made in her home in Galway after observing a mother bird caring for the small bird, they looked very similar, yet the new bird was different and ready to take on the world in its own way. The same colours ran through both of them but in a different way. The same colours were also visible in the environment around them.
This gorgeous ladies wool poncho is made from the softest of natural fibres, blended beautifully to create an elegant, light yet warm knitwear piece. Made in Baltimore, West Cork by Sharon Rose who is inspired by the natural surroundings of the Irish coastline. Also available in Mustard Yellow, Baby Blue and Fuschia Pink.
These Hoop-La dangly textile earrings have been lovingly painted by hand in a studio in the mountains in Co.Mayo, Ireland by Frances McGonigle. They are painted front and back, so they look great from every angle. These earrings have been individually handmade using pressed and lacquered textile that has been surface patterned and finished in a high gloss sheen. Also available in Purple, Red, Black & Gold.
A word derived from the Ancient Greek for moon (mene), meniscus describes a crescent shape. It could be lunar, liquid, lens or a beautifully curved necklace. Minimal statement jewellery made in Dublin, Ireland by father/daughter duo Leko & Leko from five thousand year old bog oak and oxidised sterling silver.
Super soft, super chunky, super cool snood. Each piece is hand knitted with pure wool in Dublin by Dee Maher, who uses traditional methods, non traditional dimensions and considered design that all come together to form a timeless collection which will live well into the future. Created from natural fibres each piece will give years of pleasure once treated well. Also available in Orange, Rust, Pink, White, Anthracite Grey, Pebble Grey, Charcoal Grey & White.
Made in Ireland by Roweena Sheen, in county Clare. These pendulum inspired drop earrings play with ideas of movement and balance and are influenced by the work of artists Joan Miro and Wassilly Kandinsky. They are made in natural Yew and hang from sterling silver snake chain. Each piece is made from natural wood and so will be completely unique and light in weight. Also available in Black & Silver.
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