Fairy firm set to hit turnover of €3.5m

Worldwide demand for fantasy doors

4th September, 2016
Niamh Sherwin Barry, of the Irish Fairy Door Company Picture: Fergal Phillips

Do you believe in magic? The youngest generation of Irish people must. Some 300,000 fairy doors, which its makers say provide a fully functioning gateway between the customer’s home and their fairy’s, have been sold to date.

Set up in 2013 by Niamh Sherwin Barry, her husband Oisin and their friends Aoife and Gavin Lawler, the Irish Fairy Door Company is now looking to increase its exports.

It currently has distributors in Ireland,...

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