Whether it’s a special gift for a loved one, or a statement piece for your party outfit - here are the brands you need to know about.
The Christmas lights have been officially turned on, heralding the start of party season.
With a multitude of events filling up the calendar in the next few weeks, there is only so many times we can rely on our trusty little black dress.
Step forward the cult jewellery brands currently making accessorising a lot easier - no matter what your personal taste is.
Paul Costelloe is a renowned Irish fashion designer, so the success of his jewellery collections should come as no surprise.
His latest offering, the highly anticipated Pembroke Collection, is a range of timeless pendants, necklaces, rings, earrings and bracelets in yellow and rose gold as well as silver.
The signature necklets that come in inspiring words like ‘Believe’ and ‘Hope’ are executed in Paul’s own handwriting and the range also carries charms in letters from A-Z, making this collection ideal for a sentimental and thoughtful gift to a loved one.
Chunky and diamanté adorned watches may have reigned supreme in recent years, but there has been a shift to a more understated and minimalist style as of late.
The Danish Design brand has just arrived in Ireland with a sleek collection of 75 timepieces.
The watches, in stainless steel, ceramic and anti-allergenic titanium, marries an uber cool Scandinavian aesthetic with classic, elegant designs.
Chupi Sweetman cut her teeth as a designer when she was picked up by Topshop at the tender age of 21 (their youngest ever collaborator).
The Irish designer subsequently launched her debut jewellery collection in 2011 and her pieces have since been worn by the likes of Marina Diamandis and Ruby Wax.
Her delicate designs are ornate yet simplistic - bows, leafs, horse shoes with a bohemian feel.
One of the country’s most established jewellery and gift brands Newbridge Silverware launched a more youthful and fashion conscious range titled eShe earlier this year - to rapturous applause.
With a steamy campaign fronted by Rozanna Purcell, the statement collars, ethnic-inspired headpieces and chandelier earrings have gone down a treat with Irish women.
My Shining Armour is a Kilkenny-based jewellery company that was launched this year.
A wide array of eye-catching earrings, costume necklaces and intricate bracelets are available online and from selected boutiques around the country.
Betty and Biddy is an online jewellery emporium founded by two Irish women.
The bread and butter of their offerings are gem-tastic costume necklaces and ornate bracelets, which they source directly from international suppliers, therefore cutting out the middleman and saving their customers from high markups.
Stonechat is a jewellery boutique based in The Westbury Mall, Dublin, owned by fine jewellery designer Ann Chapman.
Stonechat carries an eclectic range of show stopping contemporary pieces and also offers a re-design service.