St. Patrick's Day Edit: 3 Irish Designers you Need to Know About

If you’re looking for more than wearing green this St. Patrick’s day, and want to be adorned in the best in contemporary Irish jewellery design,  then read on.

 March is the month where we celebrate all things Irish. We got to thinking of how this tiny island we call home, has had such a far reaching global impact.


Our artists and designers are amongst the world’s best and we’re feeling proud as punch to be able to boast stocking so much home grown talent here at The Collective.

 We’ve selected 3 Irish designers whose work is not only designed and made in Ireland but is inspired by the Irish landscape itself.


Lynsey de Burca’s work sings of the Irish landscape. Her minimal designs and handmade quality pieces will take you on a trip to the wild coast of Galway as soon as you tie the clasp of her necklace on your neck.

 Abbie Dixon’s jewellery explores her love of forest and woodland, where she is intrigued by the unconventional beauty of nature.

Her pieces are like tiny sculptures showcasing her love or all things natural, raw, wild and unprocessed.


 Caroline Stokesbury Lee grew up on the North Coast of Ireland, where she was deeply inspired by the raw rugged coastlines of the Irish countryside. Raw and uncut gemstones are often used in her work as an appreciation of the delicacy and beauty found in natural imperfection.



Is there anything more fitting for this St. Patrick’s day, than wearing jewellery whose form and design come straight from the curves and crevices of the land itself?



Explore more from these wonderful artists living and working on our emerald isle ☘️,

Instore and online at The Collective, Drury Street, Dublin

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