A gift of jewellery can be a special way of saying something important to others. I was recently commissioned by the Irish Heart Foundation to make cufflinks for Dr Conor Ward, a leading cardiologist who helped discover the cardiac condition Long QT. These cufflinks marked 50 years since his life changing discovery.
National Craft and Design Fair in the RDS 2014
Busy here at the National Craft and Design Fair in the RDS. I will be at Stand 70 from Wednesday 3rd until Sunday December 7th if you are calling to the show. On Tuesday we have the Carlingford Christmas Shopping event and Carlingford Design House will be open from 10am to 10pm with discounts available
Get Crafty in Carlingford
View PDF >> Irish Daily Star | Nov, 2014
After a walk along the Greenway from Omeath to Carlingford this morning I couldn’t help but notice the variety of wintering birds by the shore. This is a commissioned pendant I made recently of an Artic Turn, a bird which was of great significance to the couple. Does anyone else have an unusual favourite animal?
Jeweller Garrett Opens New Studio
Minister Ged Nash TD attempts to resize a ring under the watchful eye of Garrett Mallon, Karen Hennessy, CEO Design and Craft Council of Ireland and Frank O’Brien, Louth Leader Partnership at the official opening of Garrett’s Carlingford Design House, Carlingford. THERE was a full house for the official opening of Garrett Mallon’s new studio
Heart Foundation Cufflinks
I made these cufflinks recently as a prize for the Irish Heart Foundation golf classic. The cufflinks are sterling silver representing the golf ball, putting green and hole with 9ct gold hearts. Hope they bring luck on the course to whoever wins them.