Pottery & Glass
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! ...
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. ...
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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Thank you so much for a warm welcome and attentive customer service. I love the jewellery! ...
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 ......
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Pottery & Glass
Jerpoint Handcrafted Irish Glass
Established in 1979 Jerpoint Glass Studio have created beautiful Irish handmade glass for your and your surroundings. Highly skilled and benefitting from over 2000 years of Irelands' glass blowing tradition, each piece is individually designed and handcrafted. From jugs to bowls, from vases to glasses these wonderfully crafted pieces would make a colourful gift for any occasion.
Nicholas Mosse Pottery was established by Nicholas Mosse in 1976 after periods of training in England and Japan. His mission was to produce beautiful, functional pottery in the style of Irish Spongeware. Irish spongeware was the traditional pottery of Ireland used in the 18th Century. It was mainly made in simple honest shapes with a decoration applied with a cut sponge.
Established in 1998 by highly skilled craftsman John Ryan, O'Rian pottery is based in Ballymote, Sligo.
John makes both functional and decorative stoneware pottery, drawing inspiration from the surrounding rural landscape.
The our handmade and manually decorated stoneware is offered to consumers looking for a unique peice of pottery.
Paul Maloney Artisan Irish Craft Potter
All pieces of Paul Maloney Pottery are handthrown on the potters wheel, followed by a series of hand finishing techniques, then glazed and fired to 1100c. Design and Shape constantly evolve through the years to reflect Pauls thoughts on form and function.
"Craft Pottery, like Art is an ever changing practise, as designs and ideas are not set by the boundaries of a mould or machine. The term ‘unique’ has become clichéd, but here it is true – every piece is indeed, one of its kind."
Sara Roberts (b.1962, Cork) is a ceramicist living and working from her studio, near Kinsale, Co Cork, Ireland Roberts studied Graphic Design at the National College of Art and Design, Dublin, from 1980-84 and graduated with a degree in Visual Communications. She worked in London, Australia and Ireland as a designer until 2000.
During 2000-2002 she undertook a City and Guilds one year course in Ceramics and was subsequently awarded a bursary at
Colaiste Stiofain Naofa, Cork, Ireland. She consequently set up her own studio and has been working in clay since.
"With a long design background, attention to imagery, form and presentation comes naturally. As a ceramicist, I enjoy the challenge of portraying my natural environment, the allure of its ever changing textures and colours, images actually created from their constituent parts, earth (clay), sand (glaze) rocks (pigments). My work often depicts expanses of sand, sea and sky, with distant horizons and detailed foregrounds creating a three-dimensional effect, a sense of calm isolation- drawing the viewer deep into the landscape and beyond."
Stephen Farnan Ceramic Art
Hand illustrated porcelain wall art. Every element of Stephen's Porcelain landscapes are conceived, designed and made in his Belfast Studio
Sara Roberts creates contemporary hand made porcelain wall hangings, evocative of the wonderful textures and colours found in the natural beauty of the West Cork coastline. Each piece is a unique work of art and the samples shown are illustrative of the piece you will receive. This unusual gift offer comes tissue-wrapped, in a deep blue presentation box...
Artist Sara Roberts creates these aesthetically stuning porcelain fern wall pieces, unmounted, ready to hang. As each each fern piece is individually handmade it will be a variant of those illustrated here. Pieces are gift presented in shredded tissue and a sturdy dark green box, secured with organza ribbon.
Ann Haynes lives in County Cork. She creates a menagerie of magical creatures inspired by the wildlife of the Irish countryside. Here we bring you a beautiful family of five baby seals in search of a safe haven in some quiet alcove of your life.
Ann Haynes lives in County Cork. She creates a menagerie of magical creatures inspired by the wildlife of the Irish countryside. Here we bring you a beautiful family of frogs in search of a safe cosy corner to charm down the years. Each frog family member is an individual creation with a distinct personality. Of course we are looking for good homes for...
Ann Haynes lives in County Cork. She creates a menageries of magical creatures inspired by the wildlife of the Irish countryside. Here we bring you a family of prickly hedgehogs in search of a safe cosy corner to charm down the years. Each Hedgehog family member is an individual creation with a distinct personality. We are looking for really good homes...
Ann Haynes lives in County Cork. She creates a menagerie of magical creatures inspired by the wildlife of the Irish countryside. Here we bring you the three infamous blind mice of nursery rhyme fame. Each mouse member is an individual creation with a unique albeit myopic personality. Of course we are looking for good homes for these happy creatures.
Situated in the heartland of south county Sligo John O'Riain makes both functional & decorative stoneware pottery, drawing inspiration from the surrounding landscape. The Love Bird range demonstrates his unique skill as a a leading exponent of Irish Artisan Pottery. When ordering please select a size from the drop down menu. Small (S) 4 inch high...
O’Riain Pottery was established in 1998 by master craftsman John Ryan. Situated in the heartland of south county Sligo John makes both functional & decorative stoneware pottery, drawing inspiration from his rural landscape. The Love Bird range demonstrates Johns unique skill as a a leading exponent of Irish Artisan Pottery. This signature vase is 11...
The Ocean Collection is a signature edition from master potter Paul Maloney. This stunning Scalloped Bowl comes in a range of sizes. When ordering please select your size from the drop down list. Small (S) 6.5 x 20cm Medium (M) 9 x 25cm Large (L) 11 x 31cm Extras Large(XL) 11 x 35cm