Tag Archives: Irish-Made Stuff


Tara Whelan writes:

“My Bray [Co Wicklow]-reared sister, currently living in Toronto, is showing and selling her work at Fan Expo (Toronto) this year. There’s a selection of Game of Thrones-inspired sculpture and artwork on offer, including a series of six “What if” Stark children and direwolf prints. Also available from her Etsy site [link below]. A plug would be great-  trying to keep her at her art…”

Saraphis Creations

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…here’s ethically sourced handmade Dublin soap.


Suzanne Clarke writes:

“I was wondering if you would be interested in doing a little write up on my soap. I launched the business in November 2013 Suzanne Clarke [named in honour of Suzanne’s great grandfather Philip Clarke, 1913 Lockout veteran and a member of the Irish Citizens Army shot and killed in 1916].. it’s all handmade by myself…Each bar takes 4 to 6 weeks to cure, ensuring a good neutral PH. Olive oil, coconut oil and beeswax are carefully sourced, weighed and heated gently. We then add essential oils, herbs, botanical cleansers and exfoliants, and Irish spring water...Here are some outlets  where you can purchase them [€5.90 each]”

For further information contact Suzanne at Suzanne@clarkesofdublin.com.

Clarke’s Dublin Soap

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Qurky Irish indie book makers, Pillar International Publishing is TWO!

Mark Lloyd writes:

“To celebrate Today we’re knocking all eBooks down to €/£/$2.99. We are Irish-made, based in Limerick and we are on the look-out for fiction written on the Kildare side...”


Pillar International Publishing

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Fergus O’Neill of Grand Grand Grand Grand writes:

“Ma, mummy, mammy, mater, what do you call yours? I’ve taken the stress out of Mother’s Day with this handy card for working-class heroes likes meself and posh bastards like them next door. Just circle whatever you call yours.”

The cards cost €3.50 and can be bought here

Grand Grand Grand Grand

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Perfect for the ‘Stretch’ in the evening.

Sarah Madigan writes:

“Elaine Madigan cashmere is all designed and made in Ireland. Elaine designs the pieces herself and every part of the collection is handmade in Dublin, we are not only a fully Irish company but we are also creating jobs within Ireland as the company grows and expands. This year we had our first international orders from France and Germany.”


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Cora Sutton Smith writes:

Cora Bee Creations came about when I started making Irish-themed throw cushions for my Irish friends abroad. They went down so well I decided to set up a little Etsy page and have begun to sell them online. These Irish Handmade throw cushions can be fully personalized to say whatever you like and are a great gift for every occasion! Orders can be placed via my Etsy Page or my facebook page. Thank you.

Irish-Made Stuff marked ‘Irish-Made Stuff’ to broadsheet@broadsheet.ie. No fees, favours, cushions.

stick2memory stick

Digital paddywackery.


Spartacus writes:

Received a promotional email this morning from MemoryC.com, a Kildare based distributor of computer memory products to EU markets. Leprechaun USB memory sticks on special offer. Anyone?

16GB Leprechaun USB Flash Drive (MemoryC)

Irish-made stuff marked Irish-made stuff to broadsheet@broadsheet.ie. No fees, favours, USB whatsits, etc.

Hip1 Hip2 Hip3 Stuff1

Further to the distressing news of a monocle revival.

Austin Lysaght, from the Blind Elephant Collective, writes:

I saw an achingly cool gentleman in the Sugar Club [Leeson Street] in Dublin a few weeks ago smoking a pipe, and trying not to look self conscious about it. So I started drawing hipsters who are trying just that little bit too hard. They can be bought here on T-shirts, prints, clocks, etc., should anyone feel that way inclined.

The Blind Elephant Collective

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Ursula Celano writes;

“When the recession started I was at home with two small children; very unsure about where our country was headed or what work I could do that would let me spend time at home. Since everything was so difficult and likely to fail, I thought that I might as well try to start a business based on the thing I really loved doing which was drawing and sewing: I could at least go off the cliff with a smile on my face. Mostly I design notebooks, greeting cards and textiles.
“My new A5 notebooks [above] are available in seven designs – two of these are based on different lines from the beautiful phrase ‘May the road rise to meet you etc..’ All these notebooks are made in Ireland – €9 euros each and for sale in Ballymaloe, Co Cork, Article, Powerscourt Townhouse Centre and Pen Corner, College Green Dublin. They would make a nice St Patrick’s Day gift for anyone abroad. I have a free shipping offer code for any order over €10 euros for all broadsheet readers till then. Please use code ‘BROADSHEET’.”

Ursula Celano

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