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Brian de Staic Jewellery

Green Street, Dingle, Co. Kerry Tel: 066 9151298 - Fax: 066 9151832

Brian de Staic Handcrafted Celtic Jewellery. The Dingle peninsula in County Kerry is a magical land on Europe's most westerly shore. It is here that Brian de Staic crafts his jewellery according to the age-old trairelandions of the Celt.

Inspired by Ireland's ancient culture and language and by the wild, haunting beauty of her landscape, he lovingly fashions gold and silver items that carry a timeless appeal.
Ogham Collection: There are ancient alphabets that were notched in stone, rude and primitive to some but to us spare and hard and passionate as love itself. And because they speak to us across the centuries we deem them timeless and in all honest reverence invoke them to our art. Please call to our Jewellery Studio at The Wood, Dingle and witness this timeless art inscribed on a range of beautiful gold and silver designs, and take a piece of history away with you forever.

Brian de Staic - Ireland's Leading Goldsmith The Dingle Peninsula in County Kerry is a magical land on Europe's most westerly shore. For over 21 years Brian de Staic crafts his jewellery according to the age-old trairelandions of the Celt.

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"Brian de Staic and his workshop reproduce miniature examples of Celtic art in gold and silver". The Financial times May 9/10, 1992

Brian and Máiread started as a craft jewellery business in 1981. 22 years later, the business has grown and is now a successful manufacturing and wholesale company with six retail shops in Ireland. The business has grown to the point where 32 people are now employed. Brian creates a unique range of gold and silver handmade jewellery.

"Among the most interesting of the craftpeople who sell their wares here (Dingle) is jeweller Brian de Staic. One very appealing item he fashions is an unusual silver necklace the shape of an Ogham stone with your name inscribed in the strokes of that Ancient Language" Frommer's Travel Guide

" This is the kind of quality Irish souvenir which should appeal to visitors to this country, and it also is the kind of jewellery which any young Irish person would be happy to wear - distinctive and personal "The Irish Times, 1986

" Working quietly from his jewellery workshop in Dingle, Brian de Staic has built his jewellery business with the help of special Irish features on the QVC home shopping channel in the U.S. " Sunday Business Post, 1995.

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