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Watchdog stops sale of amber teething jewellery

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The Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC) has stopped the sale of ‘dangerous amber teething jewellery in a number of Irish retailers’, over concerns about ‘serious’ choking and strangulation risks to babies and small children.

Athlone entrepreneur participates in Design & Crafts Council Ireland Made Local initiative

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Athlone entrepreneur, Jane Walsh of Button Studio, is pictured with her handmade jewellery and art pieces, as part of Design & Crafts Council Ireland’s Made Local campaign.

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Gold jewellery stolen from a house in Tuam

Miss Ireland collects her custom-made jewellery for Miss World from Mayo Jewellers

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Last week, Miss Ireland Pamela Uba and Variety – the Children charity of Ireland ambassador from Ballyhaunis, Mayo called into Rory Quinn Jewellers in Bridge Street, Ballina, to collect her jewellery pieces that were custom made and donated to Pamela to wear on stage at this year’s Miss World competition in Puerto Rica next month.

Top tips for local retailers to survive as Covid-19 continues to make business impact

Local retail sales were up 14 percent in December, as restrictions were eased before Christmas.

'For me, jewellery is a passion'

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Owner of Cobwebs, Phyllis McNamara sat down with advertiser.ie to talk about her love of jewellery which has never diminished and how she continues to learn after more than 40 years in business.

Cobwebs Welcomes Celebrated Goldsmith...

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Jewellery expert Phyllis MacNamara of Cobwebs, Galway, is renowned for spotting the up and coming stars of the jewellery world having being the first to stock such names as Rodney Rayner, Kenneth Jay Lane, Tatty Devine and Alexis Bittar, long before they became well-known International names in the industry. But now Phyllis has discovered a jewellery designer a little closer to home who she feels will be the next big name in jewellery design, namely goldsmith Nigel O’Reilly.

Spring Time is Ring Time!

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Jewellery expert, Phyllis MacNamara of Cobwebs, Galway tells us a little about the tradition of engagement rings.

Amber: the magic continues

On Saturday, November 7, Amber would like to invite you to celebrate its second anniversary at its premises on Mary Street, Galway.

Amber: the magic continues

On Saturday, November 7, Amber would like to invite you to celebrate its second anniversary at its premises on Mary Street, Galway.

 

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