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 ...

Rhóda Uí Chonaire

Beautiful, impeccably made jewellery - Martina and her team are always a joy to do business with. This is how Irish jewellery should be done, staying true to culture and Ireland's craft tradition, but with a classy, contemporary edge. ...

Siofra Curtin
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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! ...

Teresa Brennan
Via Face Book

Thank you so much for a warm welcome and attentive customer service. I love the jewellery! ...

Alexandra Boschen
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I discovered this wonderful shop when I purchased jewellery from them through an American based website. Since then I shopped on the shop's own website on multiple occasions and have always been happy. I am particularly happy with the promotion of Irish design and my wife particularly loves Martina Hamilton's own creations. As an Irishman who emigrated to ......

Michael Hynes (Via Google Business)

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