I recently bought an Astral pendant from the Martina Hamilton collection as a gift and it was a great success! Quality craftsmanship and beautiful design! ...

Carolin Collins

This must be one of the best Irish gift shops in the country featuring wonderful design and craftsmanship. It has a huge range of quality items which would make such lovely gifts or special presentation pieces. A delightful place to explore with the added advantage of knowledgeable staff. 5 November 2015 ...

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I recently bought a rather expensive pair of earrings here. Then lost one of them the first time I wore them. The Cat and The Moon willingly sourced ONE replacement earring. Fabulous customer service! ...

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Aidan Smyth

Unique Irish Designer jewellery.

Forged from sterling silver and Native Irish Hardwoods

Aidan Smyth is an Irish artist and jewellery designer. Fundamental to his practice is the overlap between fine art and design. Since 2010 he has been focusing predominantly on his jewellery collection. A native of Dublin, he first began making jewellery while a student at Grennan Mills, a multi-disciplinary craft college in Thomastown, Co Kilkenny. From here he went on to gain a degree in Fine Art from Crawford College of Art and Design, Co.Cork.

Operating from his studio in Dublin Aidan draws heavily from his interests in archeology, science, history and sociology. He designs and hand crafts pieces in a multitude of materials including copper, brass, silver, gold, plastic and wood. From cracks in pavements, holes in walls and moss on rooftops he draws inspiration from the beauty of things often ignored. Though his jewellery is sculptural in form, It must be worn for one to appreciate its captivating, tactile and kinetic nature.

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