Among the locations where customers can purchase the ‘Designed & Made in Ireland’ products is also where my jewellery is available – The Leitrim Design House in Carrick-on-Shannon, and Irish Design Shop on Dublin’s Drury Street. Here is a link to my page on the Give Irish Craft – Christina Keogh website, showcasing a sample of my jewellery.
It’s that time of year again and this year, like many previous, sees me exhibiting at the National Crafts and Design Fair in Dublin’s RDS. It’s a busy season for designer makers, I have exhibited at fairs in the Lewis Glucksman Gallery, UCC, Cork and at Show & Tell in Dublin’s Smock Alley Theatre. The National Crafts and […]
Recently a client contacted me who had an old gold ring, a special family heirloom, made in Denmark over 100 years ago. Her daughter was getting married and she wanted to give a personal gift for the ceremony. Knowing that the old gold ring was very much loved, but in poor condition with fracturing evident […]
January 2015 sees Christina Keogh Jewellery exhibiting at Showcase, Ireland’s creative expo in Dublin’s RDS for the second year. Located in Creative Island – a curated selection of Irish designers and makers – on Stand C54, I will be launching my new Rosa, Ellipse and Raindrop ranges as well as adding to my pearl collection with multi-strand pearl necklaces and bracelets. Showcase runs from […]
In this video I’m piercing (sawing) silver sheet to create a new range. It’s a ‘time-lapse’ and shows a speeded up version of the relatively slow process of taking silver sheet, piercing out a design (in this example it’s a rose) and creating the beginnings of a new piece of jewellery. This is how I […]
2015 is here and I would like to thank all of my customers for your support in 2014. The last few months of 2014 have been very busy for me, taking part in various markets including the National Craft and Design Fair at the RDS. It was great to meet so many of you and […]
Lately I have been working with fashion stylist Raquel Trejo. Based in Dublin she has been busy creating impressive features collaborating with some of Ireland’s best fashion photographers and models.Fashion Raquel chose some of my bolder silver jewellery pieces for the two photoshoots pictured here, published recently in Tabitha Magazine.