12 Irish jewellery brands to shop with this Christmas

By Fiona Frawley

November 4, 2022 at 11:57am


Across an array of price points.

The big C is creeping up quicker than you know it and if you're stuck for a gift idea, you can never go wrong with jewellery. Whether you're looking for a showstopper gift or small stocking filler, we've got you covered with this round up of beautiful Irish jewellery brands, with gems to suit all budgets.

Betty and Biddy

A great online shop with every day necklaces, rings, earrings and bracelets at affordable prices - ideal for Kris Kindle or smaller presents. Shop HERE.

Lynott Jewellery

You've probably seen pieces from Lynott all over Instagram and wondered where they're from - chunky rings, initial necklaces and Louis Vuitton jupes, with prices between €10 and €30. Shop HERE.

Don't Kill My Vibe


Hoops of all sizes and necklaces perfect for layering, made with recycled brass and plated in 14ct gold & sterling silver. Shop HERE.

Rudies and Co

Dainty chains, earrings and more hand-stamped in Stoneybatter with quintessentially Irish phrases including but not limited to "calm your tits", "geebag" and even "your da sells avon". Shop HERE.

Scribble and Stone

A Dublin based jewellers who use premium, EU regulated 14kt Goldfill and recycled materials to create stacking rings, layering necklaces and more. Shop HERE.


Oscar Graves

An independent jewellery company with prices starting at around €80 for delicate necklaces, statement rings and elegant bracelets. Shop HERE.

Inné Jewellery

A unique shopping experience, Inné sources pre-loved gold pieces and auctions them off on their Instagram page, and also can help source specific pieces upon request. Shop HERE.

NJO Designs

NJO owner Natasha Obernik has a long family history of jewellery - her grandparents, uncle and father were all jewellers in Dublin, and now Natasha uses the skills she's acquired to create beautiful sterling silver, white gold and yellow gold pieces. Shop HERE.


Seodín Jewellery

Bubble hoops, delicate stacking rings and the accessory of the moment, the T Bar necklace all on offer from this Ennis based business, whose name means "Little Jewel". Shop HERE.

Sam Ham Design

You might have seen these chunky, pearl-and-gold combo jewels on the likes of Joanne McNally and Joe Lycett. Sam Ham is an independent Irish designer who creates playful-gender neutral pieces inspired by everything from pig snouts to human anatomy. Shop HERE.

Janice Byrne Goldsmith

Bespoke pieces to mark special occasions, created using natural gem stones and always hand made completely from scratch. Janice Byrne's pieces are inspired by everything from Greek mythology to Irish sporting equipment - have a look for yourself HERE.



No Irish jewellery list is complete without including Chupi, the now-iconic brand with pieces inspired by nature which have been used to mark special occasions and milestone moments all over the world. If you're looking for a truly special gift, you really can't go wrong. Shop HERE.

Header image via Instagram/scribbleandstone

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