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26th June, 2016

Having lived in India as a teenager, Siobhan Sacker developed a love of working with copper. The ancient, malleable metal is steeped in history, both in Ireland and around the world, and yet seems to be coming close to dying out as an art form.

“I did a lot of self-teaching,” says Sacker, “not by choice, but because it is almost impossible to find anyone in Ireland that teaches copper work. It really is a...

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