5 Irish Jewellery Brands You Need To Know

Find the perfect new piece for your collection!

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Do you have that piece of jewellery where you don’t feel like yourself unless you’re wearing it? Or that necklace or ring you’re known for, the accessory that you have on in every photo taken of you.  Jewellery is something personal – it becomes part of us and our identity.

If you are looking for something new and close to home, or want to bring your Irish roots into your personal collection, why not buy some jewellery from some of our favourite Irish jewellery brands!

1.Lynott Jewellery

Lynott Jewellery is a luxury lifestyle brand that is Irish-based, 100% female owned, and brings style and fashion to all elements of life.

You have definitely seen pics from this jewellery brand all over your instagram and not realised where they are from. Styles such as chunky rings, initial necklaces, bracelet stack and even some designer dupes for prices between €10 and €30, what is not to love!

Founders of Lynott say “Our unique selection of hand-sourced pieces are designed to brighten your everyday. From understated stacked rings and gold-plated chains to bold statement earrings, each piece is a modern take on a classic jewellery-box staple. LYNOTT jewellery is where modern meets classic and designed for day-to-day wear. Our affordable range of accessories is inspired by the latest trends in fashion and high-end jewellery houses, making everyday luxe more effortless than ever.”


Located on the main street in Skerries, this Dublin based Jewellery shop contains all things beautiful jewellery.

All pieces are inspired by Ireland from beautiful rings, earrings, bracelets, bangles, pendants and so much more there is certainly something to suit any and every occasion!

“All of our beautiful jewellery pieces have been inspired by Ireland and we have something to suit every occasion. As well as all of this, we also offer expert services in store including jewellery repair, engraving, ring fitting and our friendly team are always on hand to help you find the perfect gift.”

3.Scribble and Stone

Founded by Irish Designer Jenny Kiernan, Scribble and Stone was created from her frustration with the lack of quality and durability in the fashion jewellery market

Based in Rathmines, they use a large variety of materials including metal, laser-cut Perspex and cut glass to mention a few!

As said on their website, “We make high quality affordable jewellery using premium materials. Our mission is to make fast fashion jewellery a thing of the past! “Buy less, buy better” is at the heart of what we do”


Founded by Chupi Sweetman, Chupi makes jewellery to celebrate life’s most precious moments of love, hope and everything in between.

Their work includes solid gold, precious stones and consciously sourced diamonds.

You can Find the Chupi store in The Powerscourt Townhouse Centre in Dublin City.

“When I started Chupi, I fell in love with the idea that jewellery is a piece of the future. Each piece is about the moment it will mark, how we commemorate those moments in our lives.”, Chupi Sweetman says.

5. Sam Ham Design

Sam Hamilton found that Jewellery became the medium which gave her power and self confidence which is why she founded Sam Ham Design.

Sam attended the National College of Art & Design in Dublin, followed by specialist training in Florence, Cork and Amsterdam, before taking a Masters in Luxury Product Design in Milan.

Mixing different mediums such as pearls and gold chains, these unique designs are sure to stand out.

As stated on their wedbiste, “SAM HAM is all about inspiring power and self-confidence. It takes traditional symbols of power throughout the ages and converts them into bold, beautiful, humorous pieces that intertwine traditional notions of masculinity and femininity.”