It is entirely possible to get a piece of jewellery made from a design that you have in your head! I love making pieces that have a meaning attaching to them and that resonate with those that wear my designs. So it makes total sense that I’d also be very happy to do this with […]
Delighted to have my Growing Home Button Pendant featured in Design Ireland’s St. Patrick’s Day article Design Ireland’s St. Patrick’s Day Feature “Tracy Gilbert’s Growing Home pendant is the perfect gift for a member of the Irish diaspora longing for home soil. Rotate the pendant and see the tree become a map of Ireland”.
You wouldn’t think that a car journey with your husband and a 10-month old baby would be the time most people decide to leave their job and start their own business. But anyone who knows me would tell you that it sounds just like me – I’m not afraid of taking the odd risk and […]
The Claddagh Ring And Its History There are many pieces of traditional Irish jewellery including the Celtic knot bands and crosses which I adore but there has always been a special place in my heart for the Claddagh Ring. The Claddagh Ring is a beautiful piece of jewellery showing great craftsmanship and has a lineage […]
It’s about a year since I first signed up to be part of The Irish Workshop. I first met Charmaine Kenny in a cafe in Donabate – her enthusiasm for developing an online business that promoted Irish designers and artists was tangible and infectious – I signed up straight away! Most recently, I was delighted […]
You may have seen recently on Twitter or Instagram a picture of Margaret Molloy wearing some of my jewellery. Looking great, as always! (both her and the jewellery :)) So how did this happen? Well, I have always been a fan of those trying to start something special. I love investing in new ideas (including […]
Children of Lir Collection now available at the British Museum’s Celts Exhibition A special exhibition opens today 24th of September in London, in partnership between the British Museum and National Museums Scotland. It will run through March 2016 and be shown in London and Edinburgh. This is the first major British exhibition in 40 years […]