Whether you are looking for that authentic Irish gift for that someone special or simply adding to your collection, our list of crystal glass outlets in Ireland will help you choose. Browse and find a crystal shop near you.
29/31 Pearse Street, Athlone, Westmeath
Unique collection of high quality handcut full lead crystal items. Factory tours showing crystal designing and cutting. All pieces including limited editions at factory prices.
Market Street, Kinsale, Cork
The spectacular coastal town of Kinsale provides the perfect backdrop for Kinsale Crystal, a wondeful crystal shop located in the heart of the town. Specialising in deep cut, handmade, mouth blown, full lead, 100% irish crystal”. Kinsale Crystal has been bought by crystal buyers worldwide so while you’re in Kinsale be sure to drop in and see it for yourself.
Thomastown, Kilkenny, Kilkenny
Some of Ireland’s finest studio workshops are clustered in the scenic valley of the River Nore, in the heart of County Kilkenny, and one of the best ways of sampling this tree-lined, hill and vale area is to meander slowly along the way. Many top stores worldwide have found inspiration in these small, high quality Irish Workshops.
Kinsale Road, Cork, Cork
Cork Crystal is Ireland’s oldest family run glass company. This finest artisan crystal and glass is the gift that Cork people choose to buy when traveling to visit friends abroad. We are not situated on any tourist trail and can only be bought from our showroom in Cork. After purchasing our glass, you wont find yourself able to play the tin whistle, set dance or talk to leprechauns, but what you will have is a piece of crystal that Cork people are proud.
67/68 The Quay, Waterford, Waterford
Heritage Irish Crystal is a company dedicated to preserving the highest standards in the traditional methods of mouth blown and hand cut crystal.
Irish Handcut Glass Ltd, Graiguenamanagh, Kilkenny
During the 12th Century Norman invaders introduced the Cistercian Order of Monks to Ireland. In 1204 A.D. Duiske Abbey was founded (pronounced Doo-isk). The settlement became known as Craig-na managh (Village of the Monks). The name of the Abbey, and later of Duiske Glass is taken from the stream called Duiske (Dubh uisce or Black water), which meets the River Barrow at Graignamanagh. Under the rule of Henry VIII, Monasteries were suppressed. Yet in the second half of the 19th century, the village could boast of 300 craft workers. From an O’Shea family heritage of four generations in crafts, Maureen and Henry founded Duiske Glass in 1974. They revived here the traditional intaglio method of engraving, which local craft workers now use to create elegant pieces of Duiske, Irish Handcut Glass.
Craft Village, Main Street, Belleek, Fermanagh
We invite you to visit our factory & showroom. Come & see our elegant table & giftware being hand-cut with exclusive & traditional designs. Corporate, Heraldic & Personalised Engraving. Design, marking and cutting of the hand-cut lead glass which is on sale in the shop – glasses, vases, lamps, ashtrays. Tour 15 mins.
Rose Inn Street, Waterford Road, Kilkenny, Kilkenny
Glass can be sometimes viewed being ‘cut’ at rear of shop