Carrolls’ Launch Bright New Home for Irish Craft Gifts with Meet The Makers Series.

Carrolls Irish Gifts are proud to announce ‘The Bright New Home of Quality Irish Craft Gifts’. Having always been proud supporters of new and established Irish brands this is a natural area of focus. You can browse an exciting range of affordable craft gifts, in-store and online, from Irish brands such as The Amy Huberman Collection from Newbridge Silverware, Orla Kiely, Herb Dublin, Westend Knitwear, Berry Be Beauty and many more…

 

Managing Director of Carrolls Irish Gifts, Peter Hyland says that “The launch of this represents an exciting direction for Carrolls Irish Gifts and allows us to support Irish crafts even more than we ever have before. This is an exciting time for the brand and we hope that this evolving chapter brings an even bigger love for Irish Craft Gifts within the Irish community”

 

One of the craftspeople, Director of Eau-Lovely, Rachel McCann from Dublin, added “It’s great to see such a well-established Irish brand like Carrolls Irish Gifts, offering Irish designers and makers an opportunity to reach so many customers through their high street locations and their online store. This level of access is key for businesses such as mine and allows us to focus on what we are passionate about, “designing beautiful craft gifts””.

 

The ‘Meet The Makers’ series is an initiative for Carrolls to offer new Irish Designers and Crafts People from all across the country help to kick start their business by stocking their products in Carrolls’ Stores, Nationwide and online.

 

Carrolls Irish Gifts has a proud heritage of showcasing the best of Irish craftsmanship and they are calling on other craftspeople from around Ireland to pitch their products to be sold in their Meet the Makers series.

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