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Rosemarie Durr Pottery


The soft hues of Rosemarie Durr Pottery are subtle, yet distinctive and fit into every home and lifestyle. Rosemarie’s exquisite hand thrown stoneware is available from her beautiful interior giftware shop and studio which she shares with her husband, Andrew Ludick in the gorgeous setting of Castlecomer Discovery Park. Where: Castlecomer Discovery Park, Castlecomer, Co. Kilkenny Phone: 056 444 0007 Mobile: 087 683 3639 E-mail: Web: Open:  Monday to Saturday, 10.30am-5.00pm Sunday, 2.00pm-5.00pm GPS: N+52˚ 48.386’ W-7˚ 12.203’

Andrew Ludick


Andrew hand builds forms using white earthenware clay and decorates them with coloured slips. Each one is a unique piece of art in its shape and decoration. His work is influenced by the indigenous arts of Africa and the Americas. Visit him in his pottery studio and beautiful shop which he shares with his wife Rosemarie Durr. Where: Castlecomer Estate Yard, Castlecomer, Co. Kilkenny Phone: 056 444 0007 Mobile: 087 910 8927 E-mail: Web: Open: Monday to Saturday, 10.30am-5.00pm Sunday, 2.00pm-5.00pm GPS: N +52˚ 48.386’ W -7˚ 12.203’

Derek Blanche


Goldsmith Derek Blanche specialises in creating unique pieces for that something, or more importantly, someone special. With 15 years experience in making engagement rings and unusual items of jewellery, Derek takes your ideas from concept to the finished piece. Visit Derek at his workshop in Castlecomer Estate Yard. Where: The Bell Tower, Castlecomer Estate Yard, Castlecomer, Co. Kilkenny Mobile: 086 854 0633 E-mail: Open:  Sunday & Monday by appointment Tuesday to Saturday, 10.00am-5.00pm GPS: N+52° 48.386’ W -7° 12.203’

Carl Parker


Carl Parker is a Kilkenny based jewellery designer/maker. His distinctive geometric/three dimensional range is crafted from precious metals and set with natural gemstones, especially Tahitian ‘black’ pearl and diamond. Several of Carl’s designs have been recognised by Perles de Tahiti UK awards. Commissions are welcome at his workshop, located at the Castlecomer Estate Yard. Where: Castlecomer Estate Yard, Castlecomer, Co. Kilkenny Phone: 056 444 0876 E-mail: Web: Open: Monday to Saturday, 10.00am-6.00pm GPS: N +52˚ 48.386’ W -7˚ 12.203’

Stonecarver Aileen-Anne Brannigan 5 Stonecarver Aileen-Anne Brannigan hand carves locally quarried stone and marble to create truly unique pieces. Creating one-off commemorative and memorial pieces, Aileen-Anne’s craft diversifies to creating sculptures and gifts from the beautiful stone that is part of the city’s heritage. You can visit the workshop at Castlecomer Estate Yard.

GPS: N+52˚ 48.386’ W-7˚ 12.203’

Where: Castlecomer Estate Yard, Castlecomer, Co. Kilkenny Mobile: 087 77 10248 E-mail: Web: Open:  Tuesday to Saturday, 10.30am-4.30pm or by appointment

MTW Jewellery


MTW Jewellery is a Goldsmith/Designer who specialises in one off commissions. The jewellery is handmade by Marie-Therese Walker in her workshop, which is open for visitors, on the Market Slip, in the heart of Kilkenny. The work is created from unique and original designs, using precious metals and precious and semi-precious gemstones. She also has a selection of limited edition ranges, which can be seen in her workshop. MTW is the first and only goldsmith in Ireland certified to use Fairtrade gold. Where: No. 1 Market Slip (off the High Street), Kilkenny City Mobile: 085 758 4907 E-mail: Web: Open:  Tuesday to Saturday, 10.00am-6.00pm GPS: N+52˚ 65.324’ W -7˚ 25.354’ or by appointment

Duncan Russell Duncan works to commission, producing one-off pieces of furniture. His signature is his uniquely curvaceous furniture; often asymmetrical yet balanced, creating a focal point in any room. When commissioning a piece, Duncan designs to the specific needs of his clients. He creates any form of freestanding furniture, mainly in European hardwoods, primarily oak. Where: Baurnafea, Castlewarren, Co. Kilkenny Mobile: 087 299 5549 E-mail: Web: Open: Contact for private consultation

Baurnafea Studios Creative couple Heike Kahle and Klaus Hartmann work from their studios in rural Kilkenny. Heike makes a large selection of willow baskets and garden structures. Chair-reseating is undertaken and living willow structures can be commissioned. Heike enjoys teaching basket making skills to interested people. Klaus produces a wide range of stoneware pottery; hand thrown table and gift ware, using various glazes, decorating and firing techniques.

GPS: N +52° 31.530’ W -7° 08.260’

Where: Baurnafea, Castlewarren, Co. Kilkenny Phone: 059 972 6947 Mobile: 085 145 8228 E-mail: Open: Showroom open by appointment or visit us at markets around the country

Maeve Coulter Maeve combines fine art printmaking with her love of textiles to create work for exhibition and commission. She is a founding member of Blackstack Studio, a professional print studio that provides workshops and access to silkscreen and intaglio printmaking facilities in Kilkenny City. Maeve’s work is available from Wishingbone Gallery, No. 1, The Parade. Where: Cruttenclogh, Bilboa, Co. Kilkenny via Carlow Phone: 056 444 3932 Mobile: 086 371 9961 E-mail: Web: Open: By appointment

Spirit Jewellery Gold and Silversmith, Friederike Grace, enjoys capturing the light in her unique jewellery. She incorporates gemstones and diamonds into her designs, adding a splash of colour to the precious metals. Having trained in her native Germany, Friederike settled in Ireland and set up her workshop in the scenic setting of Burnchurch, Co. Kilkenny; see her work also in the Wishingbone Gallery, No.1 The Parade, Kilkenny. Where: Burnchurch, Co. Kilkenny Phone: 056 772 9221 Mobile: 086 301 2819 E-mail: Web: Open: By appointment

Inga Reed Inga Reed designs and makes award winning contemporary jewellery for Irish and international galleries and retail outlets from her workshop in Co. Kilkenny. She has worked as a designer for jewellery manufacturers at home and abroad and is a guest lecturer at the Craft’s Council of Ireland’s Jewellery Skills and Design course. Working in precious metals, stones and pearls, the influence of the Kilkenny countryside can be seen in her style. Her full range can be reviewed on her website. Commissions are happily undertaken. Where: Co. Kilkenny Phone: 056 775 9904 Mobile: 087 279 2437 E-mail: Web: Open: Contact for private consultation

Jane Huston International jewellery designer, goldsmith and gemmologist. After 15 years of directing and training the Crafts Council of Ireland Jewellery Skills course, Jane has returned to her original love, designing and making individually commissioned pieces in precious metal. Her work is unique and special. Where: Kilkenny City Phone: 056 775 2557 Mobile: 087 242 4213 E-mail: Open: Contact for private consultation

Rudolf Heltzel Goldsmith


The outstanding craftsmanship that goes into a Rudolf Heltzel piece is truly something to behold! Each item is handmade using traditional methods that have a timeless aesthetic. Using 18ct gold, platinum and silver Rudolf Heltzel are renowned for their sensitive treatment of rare and interesting gems. Based in the heart of Kilkenny city since the 1960’s, Rudolf Heltzel have made their passion for creating distinctive jewellery a reality and are internationally recognised as one of the finest goldsmiths.

GPS: N +52˚ 38.978’ W -7˚ 15.092’

Where: 10 Patrick Street, Kilkenny City Phone: 056 772 1497 Web: Open: Monday to Saturday, 9.30am-5.30pm  (closed for lunch 1.00pm-2.00pm)

Castle Arch Pottery


Since 1993, Ray Power has been working from his Castle Arch Pottery studio in Kilkenny’s famous Castle Yard. An idyllic setting, where you can enjoy browsing amongst the beautiful hand-thrown pieces in the charming shop and see the pottery being made and glazed in the adjoining workshop. Where: Castle Yard, Kilkenny City Phone: 056 775 1933 E-mail: Web: Open: Monday to Saturday, 9.00am-5.00pm  Bank Holiday, 12.00pm-5.00pm. Closed Sunday

GPS: N +52˚ 38.895’ W -7˚ 15.024’

Millinery by Rebekah Patterson


Made to order hats, bridal headpieces and classic winter felts. Milliner and textile designer Rebekah Patterson’s studio is situated just opposite Kilkenny Castle (above Rinuccini’s Italian Restaurant). Rebekah designs and makes one off headpieces, dying fabrics to match your garments for that special occasion. A ready to wear range for brides and mother of the bride including reduced samples are for sale in The Wishingbone Gallery, a co-op gallery situated below her studio. Where: No. 1 The Parade, Kilkenny City Mobile: 087 254 0181 E-mail: Web: Open:  Tuesday to Saturday, 10.00am-6.00pm Photo by Kip Carroll Sunday, 2.00pm-6.00pm and longer summer hours GPS: N+52˚ 39.038’ W -7˚ 15.038’

Ken Foley Leatherwork


Each Ken Foley bag is carefully made at his studio near Kells in Kilkenny. Here, he designs and creates a unique range of bags and gift ideas, all using soft Italian leather. You can see the bags on offer or have a piece created just for you at Ken’s workshop! Where: Goslingstown, Kells Road, Kilkenny City Phone: 056 775 2019 Mobile: 087 292 6254 E-mail: Web: Open: Monday to Thursday, 10.00am-5.00pm Saturday & Sunday, 11.00am-5.00pm. Closed Friday GPS: N +52˚ 37.338’ W -7˚ 15.783’

Caroline Dolan Ceramics


Form and surface decoration have always been the focus of Caroline’s work. Her newest creations demonstrate this again with an obvious delight in the use of colour. Her sculptural forms are full of joyful energy and character while her functional tableware is designed to bring light and colour into our lives. Meet Caroline and see the full range of her work at The Bridge Pottery. Where: The Bridge Pottery, Coalsfarm, Burnchurch, Co. Kilkenny Mobile: 086 833 4923 E-mail: Web: Open: Monday to Saturday, 10.00am-6.00pm GPS: N+52˚ 57.3385’ W-7˚ 31.2037’

The Bridge Pottery


Mark Campden works in the ancient tradition of majolica, creating exquisitely decorated contemporary pieces. Using earthenware clay, tin glazes and Mark’s own mixtures of oxide pigments, he paints each piece using highly skilful brushwork techniques. Distinctive motifs and patterns inspired by the natural world embellish his unique, yet very functional pieces. Mark has received numerous awards for his work and is always exploring new shapes and designs alongside his well-known range. Where: Coalsfarm, Burnchurch, Co. Kilkenny Phone: 056 772 9156 Mobile: 087 231 3095 E-mail: Web: GPS: N+52˚ 57.3385’ W-7˚ 31.2037’ Open: Monday to Saturday, 10.00am-6.00pm

Jerpoint Glass


Watch the skilled craftspeople at the family-run Jerpoint Glass studio create their beautiful pieces before your eyes! From the fiery furnace to red-hot molten glass, it truly is a unique experience. You will find the full Jerpoint collection in the Gallery Shop next door plus some other gorgeous gift ideas. The Gallery hosts regular exhibitions of interesting artists and works of visiting crafts people – a really nice place to visit! Where: Stoneyford, Co. Kilkenny (Opposite Mount Juliet) Phone: 056 772 4350 E-mail: Web: Open: April – September: Monday to Saturday, 10am-6pm October – March: Monday to Saturday, 10am-5.30pm Sundays & Bank Holidays 12.00pm-5.00pm GPS: N +52˚ 31.115’ W -7˚ 11.785’

Nicholas Mosse Pottery


Since 1976, Nicholas Mosse Pottery has been famous for his brightly designed ceramic gift and tableware. Situated in an old mill on the banks of the River Nore, the Country Shop offers a viewing area where you might see pottery being thrown or decorated and two floors of beautiful pottery, crafts and gifts plus, a well-loved café and a ‘seconds’ bargain area! Where: Bennettsbridge, Co. Kilkenny Phone: 056 772 7505 E-mail: Web: Open: Monday to Saturday, 10.00am-6.00pm Sunday, 1.30pm-5.00pm GPS: N +52˚ 35.369’ W -7˚ 11.176’

Moth to a Flame A unique experience awaits you! Moth to a Flame has been creating candles since 1999, in a workshop by the bridge in Bennettsbridge. You can see these candles in production and browse in the adjoining shop, where Glow-Globes and Silkmoth Scented candles, to name but a few, are sure to lure you in! Where: Kilkenny Road, Bennettsbridge, Co. Kilkenny Phone: 056 772 7826 E-mail: Web: Open:  Tuesday to Saturday, 9.00am-6.00pm July & August: Monday to Saturday, 9.00am-6.00pm November & December: 7 days, 9.00am-6.00pm GPS: N +52˚ 35.586’ W -7˚ 11.280’ 


Cushendale Woollen Mills


The picturesque village of Graignamanagh, is home to Cushendale Woollen Mills. For generations, the Cushen family have produced high quality Irish textile products in the historic mill in Co. Kilkenny. You may even get a chance to see them weaving the wonderful throws for which they’re renowned. View the range of colourful blankets, scarves and knitting yarns and lots more in the shop. Truly worth a visit. Where: Mill Road, Graignamanagh, Co. Kilkenny Phone: 059 972 4118 E-mail: Web: Open: Monday to Friday, 8.30am-5.30pm (closed 12.30pm-1.30pm) GPS: N +52˚ 32.458’ W -6˚ 57.459’ Saturday, 10.00am-1.00pm

Clay Creations


Clay Creations ceramic studio and gallery is located in Thomastown Co. Kilkenny. Brid designs and hosts a wide variety of contemporary ceramic pieces, original designs and sculptural work. Brid’s sculptural works are figurative in form with vibrant glazes creating a unique character for each piece. A visit is a must for every ceramic enthusiast. Where: Low Street, Thomastown, Co. Kilkenny Phone: 056 772 4977 Mobile: 087 257 0735 E-mail: Web: Open:  Tuesday to Saturday, 10.00am-5.30pm Also by appointment GPS: N +52˚ 31.536’ W -7˚ 08.257’

Karen Morgan Porcelain


Karen’s stylish porcelain range is skilfully hand thrown on the potters wheel. Her award winning creations consist of beautiful functional pieces, both decorative and sculptural in form. Visit her contemporary, bright and welcoming gallery to see her creations and view the work being handmade in the adjoining studio. Where: Studio & Craft Gallery, Market St., Thomastown, Co. Kilkenny Phone: 086 166 3691 E-mail: Web: Open: Monday to Saturday, 10.00am-5.30pm Sunday, 2.00pm-5.00pm Closed for lunch, 1.00pm-2.00pm GPS: N+52˚ 52.559’ W -7˚ 13.866’

Claire Molloy


Claire Molloy specialises in horsehair and smoke fired ceramics. She is influenced by the Irish rural environment and likes to create simple natural looking forms with subtle colours and textures. Her love of horses directly influences her horsehair pottery. She uses hair from her horse’s manes and tails to embellish the vessels. She also uses wood shavings, straw and hay to create her smoke-fired pots, all materials which are used to care for her horses. Claire also creates individual pots for horse owners, where each pot is decorated with hair from a particular horse to create a unique memento.

GPS: N+52° 46.039’ W -7° 31.056’

Where: Rossenarra, Kilmoganny, Co. Kilkenny Mobile: 087 214 6328 E-mail: Web: Open:  Monday to Saturday by appointment

Gus Mabelson Gus creates a wide range of functional stoneware pieces and large sculptural pieces for the home or garden. His large scale work includes garden planters and bird tables; produced to commission. Specialising in stoneware glazes, you can see Gus’ unique work and visit the scenic Grennan Mill, where he currently manages and runs the highly regarded Ceramic Design and Skills Course for Crafts Council of Ireland, in Thomastown. Where: Thomastown, Co. Kilkenny Phone: 056 772 4777 E-mail: Open: Contact for private consultation

Tunde Toth Tunde is an arts practitioner specialising in traditional and contemporary hand papermaking, printmaking, textiles and paper art installations. Her recent practice explores reminiscence, recollections and visual aspects of memories. Tunde works to commission, exhibits her work at galleries and art centres and is actively involved in interactive and educational projects. Where: Inistioge, Co. Kilkenny Phone: 087 254 3362 E-mail: Web: Open: Contact for appointment

Jars of Clay Sonja designs and produces a wide range of functional and sculptural stoneware ceramics, ranging from hand thrown tableware with rich, colourful glazes to highly decorative one-off pieces. Her sculptural works are architectural, slab-built, vibrant buildings with character. Sonja runs the pottery workshop at Camphill Kyle, working with people with special needs and teaches evening classes for adults and children. Where: Camphill Kyle, Coolagh, Callan, Co. Kilkenny Mobile: 086 305 0428 E-mail: Web: Open: By appointment

Craft Courses and Workshops

Many of the craft makers on the trail offer ‘learn to’ workshops from time to time. Some one day workshops and other short courses, to suit varying experience levels from absolute beginners to the more experienced, and workshops for children. From stonecarving, papermaking, pottery to weaving willow. Visit to check out what’s on. The National Craft Gallery Alongside their critically-acclaimed exhibition programme, the Crafts Council of Ireland’s National Craft Gallery offer a packed year-round programme of talks, events and workshops including their ever-popular children’s craft workshops during the Kilkenny Arts Festival. Visit Grennan Mill Craft School On the banks of the Nore in Thomastown, Grennan Mill Craft School holds 5 day summer courses, usually in late June and early July in crafts - ceramics, weaving, printmaking, metalcraft, jewellery making and more. For more information call tel: 056 772 4557 or visit

MADE in Kilkenny MADE in Kilkenny was formed in early 2009, and was set up to foster excellence in crafts in County Kilkenny, to encourage the growth of the professional craft industry and to promote the county as a shopping destination for authentic, handmade craft in Ireland. Kilkenny, has long had the reputation for being a hub of creativity, and MADE in Kilkenny contributes to this. In this brochure and on our website you will find a guide to various Designer-Makers, and a map to help you find them. All the craftspeople in MADE in Kilkenny make their own work using both traditional and modern techniques, from the white-hot furnace of the glass-blower to the throwing wheel of the potter. From the hammering and manipulation of precious metals, the careful chiselling of stone to the meticulous stitching of textiles and leather, all these craftspeople are contributing to Ireland’s heritage. They are preserving and developing ancient techniques, and presenting you with beautiful pieces to drink and to eat from, to carry and to store things in, to sit on, to admire, and to adorn the body with! It is intended that you use this brochure as a shopping guide, for a pleasant day out visiting the various craft shops amongst Kilkenny’s scenic countryside and historical city. Or, to get that perfect present for yourself or someone else, use the information and map provided to visit and meet a specific crafts person.

To Commission that Special Piece All the members of MADE in Kilkenny are full time professional Crafts People who will also make one-off pieces for your specific needs or desires. Using their technical and design skills, they can create work for you by commission. Should you need special corporate presentations our members are experienced in providing well-packaged gifts. Feel free to contact any of the Designer-Makers of MADE in Kilkenny to discuss your specific requirements. For more information and links, may we direct you to our website

MADE in Kilkenny Craft Trail is one of a range of leisure trails developed by Trail Kilkenny across the County. TASTE of Kilkenny Food Trail is another themed trail offering the chance to discover the rich food culture of the county; local food producers and outlets, cafes and restaurants. Try one of Trail Kilkenny activity trails; walks along the banks of the River Nore, scenic walks and cycling trails through the countryside; all designed to allow you explore Kilkenny’s great outdoors. Trail Kilkenny is a non-profit company established to develop, promote and maintain leisure trails in County Kilkenny. New trails are being introduced all the time so check out our website to view the full range including trail map downloads or to find and navigate Trail Kilkenny walk, cycle, craft and food trails download our free app; simply search for ‘Trail Kilkenny’ in the app store. For more information visit Scan the QR code opposite with your smartphone (iPhone, etc.) to link to the Trail Kilkenny App. Download the app for a free interactive guide to the best walking, cycling, food and craft trails in Kilkenny - free QR reader apps can be downloaded from the app store by searching for “QR reader”.

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Using This Map

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The Craft Trail is signposted throughout the county. Keep a lookout for the fingerpost signs directing you to the craft producers.

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Nore Valley Walk


Jerpoint Abbey




Castlemorris Wood Loop Trailhead: Grand Gates, Castlemorris Wood, Aghaviller


Kilmacoliver Loop Trailhead: Tullahought


Goatsbridge Trout Farm

Claire Molloy Ceramics

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Trail Kilkenny - MADE in Kilkenny Craft Trail  
Trail Kilkenny - MADE in Kilkenny Craft Trail  

MADE in Kilkenny Craft Trail is one of a range of leisure trails developed by Trail Kilkenny across the County. TASTE of Kilkenny Food Trail...