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Source the perfect jewellery for your customers

If the international fashion runways are an indicator of jewellery trends, then it’s safe to say that classic silver and gold jewellery isn’t going anywhere for 2023.

Pieces inspired by nature including modern interpretations of pearls, sea, floral and leaf motifs have been trending for several seasons now, while the current trend for layering and stacking of everything from rings to bangles to chains, gives your customers even more opportunities to discover what Irish jewellery brands have to offer.

Colour continues to abound, prompting a joyous adoption of colourful stones, beads, perspex and lucite for day as well as night.

Here are some independent Irish brands we think your customers will love.

Miriam Wade

Miriam Wade jewellery

Based in Westmeath in the Irish midlands, Miriam Wade produces two jewellery brands. The first is her brand for women - Miriam Wade. This second, a men’s range designed in partnership with her husband Ben Millett, entitled Millettwade.

The most popular collection of the Miriam Wade brand is the designer’s ‘Le Chéile’ collection. Based on the Irish word for 'together' each piece is interlinking - representing the unbreakable bond between two people.

For Showcase 2023, Wade will launch a new collection called 'Lios'.  'Lios' is the Irish word for ‘fairy fort’ or ‘ringfort’ - Bronze Age circular fortified settlements commonly sighted across the midlands of Ireland. An aerial view of these ringforts has inspired the circular shapes in this new collection.

Wade’s collection for men, Millettwade, is a delightful one with affordable brass lapel pins featuring designs such as a plane, a compass, a musical note and a rugby ball imprinted in the metal. This range also includes tin pins, discreet bottle openers and money clips.

Check out the Miriam Wade exhibitor profile where you can discover more about the brand, enquire about their products or even set up a meeting. 

 

DAKIDAKI Design

dakidaki
 

DAKIDAKI Design produces vibrant and feminine accessories designed to bring joy to the wearer. A fusion of design inspired by tribal jewellery and colours with a modern twist - individual style is at the heart of the brand.

The affordable, statement pieces of jewellery are made to be worn and enjoyed every day not just on special occasions.

Made using lightweight materials such as polymer clay, brass and aluminium each piece is hand-cut, textured, filled and polished. Each piece is handcrafted which gives uniqueness to every design

Check out the DAKIDAKI Design exhibitor profile where you can discover more about the brand, enquire about their products or even set up a meeting. 
 

Yvonne Bolger 


Yvonne Bolger describes her journey to becoming a jewellery designer as a ‘long and winding road’ having worked first as a lawyer and then as a fulltime mother. Going on to study silversmithing, she immediately found her groove and she now designs and handcrafts her jewellery in her studio in Co. Laois. 

Frequently inspired by nature, the designs that Bolger will bring to Showcase 2023 include her 'Cherry Tree Leaf’, ‘Shell Seeker’ and ‘Girl with a Pearl’ designs incorporating sterling silver and cultured freshwater pearls.

Other popular styles in the Yvonne Bolger range include the ‘Love Bite’ apple pendant and the ‘Bluebell Bliss’ pendant, while feathers and leaves frequently make an appearance too in this competitively priced collection.

Check out the Yvonne Bolger exhibitor profile where you can discover more about the brand, enquire about their products or even set up a meeting. 

 

Aria-V Jewellery 

Aria V

If you are seeking colourful, statement jewellery for your customers then Aria-V Jewellery is a great place to start. Varya Namsaraeva is the founder and designer behind the brand where she is inspired by her Mongolian heritage but also by her travels, nature and the stones themselves.

The go-to for many customers looking for a statement piece for a special occasions or simply a pop of colour for the everyday, Aria-V Jewellery items are made in Dublin with semi-precious stones such as agate and lapis lazuli. 

Our favourite? The slices of druzy crystals electroplated with gold and used on earrings, necklaces and bracelets.

Check out the Aria-V Jewellery exhibitor profile where you can discover more about the brand, enquire about their products or even set up a meeting. 

 

Garrett Mallon

 
Garrett Mallon

Always a popular brand at Showcase, Garrett Mallon is delighted to launch his brand new jewellery collection Radanta at the show in January. ‘Radanta’ is the Irish word for ‘radiant’ and this beautiful collection is made up of handmade pieces in sterling silver and 9ct gold. 
 
Designed in 2022, the collection is inspired by a feeling that the pandemic might be coming to an end and by the desire to capture that feeling of hope and positivity. The Radanta collection has been designed in Mallon’s signature style of combining metals and textures to create something sculptural and beautiful to be treasured piece every day.
 
Each piece in the Radanta collection is hand-engraved by Mallon with a number of designs and sizes to choose from. As usual with his collections there is plenty for buyers to choose from including pieces in solid gold and sterling silver or a combination of the two metals in a range of sizes and finishes. All Garrett Mallon packaging is eco-friendly.

Check out the Garrett Mallon exhibitor profile where you can discover more about the brand, enquire about their products or even set up a meeting. 

 

Lynsey de Burca


Lynsey de Burca

Lynsey de Burca's tactile jewellery in sterling silver is inspired by elements of the Irish coastline near her studio in Connemara on the Wild Atlantic Way. Her work can be described as an exploration in textures, forms and compositions. 

Lynsey de Burca takes her inspiration from the piers and quays along the Atlantic coast as well as the patterns and structures of ropes and fishing nets. Favouring a minimal aesthetic, her work is wrought in silver and yellow gold  with roller embossed sterling silver links - all of which are hand-forged in her studio in Galway.  

The range includes bracelets, rings, necklaces and earrings. De Burca will present her popular 'Carran' collection at Showcase 2023 as well as a new collection to be revealed at the show.

Check out the Lynsey de Burca exhibitor profile where you can discover more about the brand, enquire about their products or even set up a meeting. 

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