Wednesday August 12, 2020

Designyard opens Dublin 2 branch

The new Designyard shop on Nassau Street in Dublin has opened after a €1.5 million investment.

15th December, 2007

The new Designyard shop on Nassau Street in Dublin has opened after a €1.5 million investment.

The shop, owned by Gerry Crosbie, offers a range of jewellery and contemporary designs by Irish and international makers, across 2,800 square feet on four floors of a listed building.

Crosbie said that the shop would particularly target the gift, engagement and wedding markets, in competition with retailers on Grafton Street.

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