IRISH MADE: This Contemporary Jewellery Range Is Too Fab

Simple yet dramatic.

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Lately I've been buying Irish.

I love scouring the web to find unique, cool and trendy pieces that are made by Irish designers. There's just something so special about buying local. I find myself checking labels in the supermarket to see where the food I'm buying is coming from and I adore going into Irish design shops.

I'm super proud to be Irish and I love supporting Irish brands or creatives.

So, I thought it's time for a new weekly series - Irish Made.

Each week I'm going to showcase an Irish brand or product that I'm really loving because these kind of things should be recognised and celebrated.

This week, I'm lovin' a contemporary jewellery company called Inner Island.

The pieces are super trendy but still timeless - simple but unique.

They've got stunning earrings:

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Stand-out rings:

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Stellar necklaces and bracelets

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The products are beautiful and so different from anything else I've seen in the Irish market.

The modern pieces come in sterling silvers and 18kt gold plated sterling silver.

The company was launched in 2015 by Irish jeweller Gemma O Leary. She hoped that Inner Island would showcase design integrity and quality. All pieces are made in rural County Wexford.

The brand brings a refined, subtle approach to design. It's all about simple shapes with unexpected details, pieces that stand out from the crowd with a modern contemporary aesthetic.

I recently got my hands on the Ammil earrings and I adore them. They're now my go-to everyday earrings.

If you're interested in Inner Island, you can learn more by clicking here.

If you have any suggestions for Irish brands you'd like to see appear in Irish Made, leave them in the comments below.

Time to shine.

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Eadaoin Fitzmaurice

Multimedia Journalist. A lanky video-head living her best life by capturing what Ireland has to offer. Can be seen roaming around Dublin city vlogging herself and eating everything that crosses her path.Email: eadaoin@lovin.com Social: @bandeadd

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