Irish Design Gift Guide – Jewellery Part 2.

irish-design-gift-guide-jewellery-part-2Today I am back with the second part of my Irish Designed Jewellery gift guide – the first instalment included designers such as Martina Hamilton, Chupi, Juvi Designs, Scribble & Stone, Bláithín Ennis and Maria Dorai-Raj. This second part includes some more absolutely amazing pieces which will make some pretty fantastic Christmas presents.

Melissa Curry

Melissa Curry is a designer that is renowned the world over and her pieces are both high catching and beautiful.  Her pieces are like collectable works of art and she has fans from Kate Middleton to Michelle Obama. What I especially love about her work is the difference in the collections – from the vibrant Ohlala collection to the more refined BYOS collection so there really is something for everyone this Christmas.

You can shop online here.

Irish Design Gift Guide - Jewellery Part 2.
Helena Malone

Helena is a very talented goldsmith and her beautiful Savage Beauty collection is one of my favourites of the year. I love that she uses textiles other than just gold and silver which really adds another dimension to her work. The detail in her pieces are just amazing and they would make the perfect Christmas present.

You can shop check out her website here.

Jill Graham

Jill creates the most beautiful pieces with a 3D element to her work. She combines gold and silver to create contemporary pieces with a really modern edge. She often uses meshwork to achieve an intricate and textured look in all her designs and they are certainly unlike many pieces on the market at the moment. Giving one of these pieces would certainly be a unique and beautiful Christmas gift.

You can shop online here.

Irish Design Gift Guide - Jewellery Part 1.
Mairéad deBláca

Mairead is a designer that has featured many times on Floralesque and for good reason. Her pieces are elegant and beautiful and I love the inspiration behind her pieces. Her I am dreaming and Irish Mountains collections are some of my favourite. Mairead’s pieces would make the most beautiful present for your mother or sister and bound to bring a smile to their face.

You can shop online here.

Irish Design Gift Guide - Jewellery Part 2.
Rachel Swan

Rachel Swan is a simply amazing goldsmith. Her work is so intricate yet delicate and what I love about her pieces is the beauty that she captures within each one. She creates pieces influenced by sleek aesthetics, architecture and sculpture and the results are just elegance and beauty combined. I especially love the pieces where she combines pearls into her work.

You can shop online here.


Triona is a relatively new designer to the market but her pieces are unique and I love that you can carry a piece of Sligo with you. She has created beautiful pieces using shells found on local Sligo pieces and created both earrings and necklaces from them. She also adds in beautiful polaroids with some of the larger pieces which I think is such a unique angle. Her pieces can be purchased in Shells, Sligo.

You can check out her website here.


You can read part one of my jewellery gift guide here. There are more gift guides coming with more Irish Designed pieces and I am looking forward to sharing them with you. Who are your favourite Irish Designers?

Here is a link to all of my gift guides for 2016;

  • Irish Design Gift Guide – Jewellery Part One – Link
  • Irish Design Gift Guide – Jewellery Part Two – Link
  • Irish Design Gift Guide – Bags – Link
  • Irish Design Gift Guide – Art & Design – Link
  • Irish Design Gift Guide – Craft & Homewear – Coming soon!
  • Irish Design Gift Guide – Accessories – Coming soon!
  • Irish Design Gift Guide – Vouchers – Coming soon!

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