What greater way to honor St. Patrick, patron saint of Eire than to rejoice in the supremely proficient Irish artisans and makers? Let us pay out tribute to these incredibly gifted artists.
Designer Clare O’Connor.
A wonderful shawl helps make the outfit. Clare O’Connor.
Present day arm candy. Tones of blue in a breathtaking geometric fashion. Ana Faye.
Wealthy berry coloration with a contrasting sample, Ana Faye produces pleasant purses that are positive to garner compliments. (And important purse envy.)
Unique lemongrass and cedarwood hand poured candle by Julie Clarke.
Glowing red roses on a 100% silk twill scarf. Lou Brennan.
Every single tailor-made fit deserves an fantastic pocket square. Lou Brennan.
Delicate pink silk scarf. Lou Brennan.
Silk bandanas by Lou Brennan give the perception of a jewel box burst open.
Jewellery for a Celtic princess. Boru jewellery is highlighted on nacta.ie., North American Celtic Trade Association.
Coat of arms ring by Boru jewelry.
Great steampunk style lamp by Copperfish is crafted with Irish yew wood, estimated to be among 600-800 a long time previous. This designer was not too long ago a Highly Recommended Winner in Showcase Eire.
Clare Island desk lamp by Copperfish. This sustainable brand name incorporates salvaged and storm-fallen timber into their retro fashion lights.
Carpe Diem earrings crafted from upcycled strips of leather-based and pink pearls. Melanie Hand.
Ethereal floating earrings by Melanie Hand.
Melanie Hand. Fragile chiffon and crystal earrings.
Sustainable bamboo extensive leg trousers with large slits. Mise Tusa.
Chic revolutionary eco-friendly waistcoat by Mise Tusa.
Spectacular pink coat by Mise Tusa and a person beautiful model.
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