Dopamine dressing: Make your wardrobe sparkle with these Irish jewellery brands

Whether you’re looking to brighten up an outfit with a splash of colour, or you want to wow a crowd in head-to-toe glam, Ireland is filled to the brim with talented jewellers with designs to make your wardrobe sparkle.

Here we have listed some homegrown businesses and Irish designs that are sure to have that something special for your jewellery box.

Andrea Mears

Growing up in the west of Ireland, Andrea spent much of her childhood inspired by her creative family (her father was a woodwork teacher and her mother had a passion for sewing). Now, working in her Limerick studio, Andrea creates contemporary fine jewellery, with many of her designs inspired by myths, nostalgia and a sense of magic. The gold-plated lucky Irish coin is €159.

Emma by Jane X Clémentine MacNeice

Jane Asple is the founder and designer behind Emma by Jane. The brand is named after the designer and her best friend, who lived together in London and shared everything to the point that they would joke that Emma was dressed by Jane. And so, Emma by Jane was born.

Now the brand has teamed up with Irish stylist Clémentine MacNeice who has worked with the country’s top talent. Their limited edition, capsule collection designed by Clémentine and Jane is handcrafted on 14ct filled gold with white cubic zirconia gemstones. The double hoop earrings are €120.

Don’t Kill My Vibe

Don’t Kill My Vibe is the love child of two Dublin-based fashion designers, Ciara & Niamh. The duo say the range is designed to be inclusive of gender, age and societal conforms. Positive vibes only. The pieces are made from recycled brass base and fully plated with 14ct Gold or Sterling Silver finish. These ‘Not Yer Average Heart’ Hoops cost €26.

Sarah McEvoy

Having graduated from NCAD in 2010, with a joint honours degree in Craft Design and History of Art, Sarah McEvoy specialises in Ceramics, Glass and Metals. Creating each piece in her home in Co. Kildare, she uses glass and clay to create compositions of different shapes, colours and textures. The b

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