Jerpoint Glass


Jerpoint Glass was established in 1979 and is a family run Irish glass designer and makers located in Co Kilkenny. Drawing on 2000 years of glass blowing tradition, the skilled glassmakers individually create each piece in the Jerpoint collection. Jerpoint Glass handmade glass designers in Ireland have a distinctive and unique design which combines both functional and beautiful to bring you the best in contemporary Irish glass. Each piece is hand finished making it authentic. Hand finishing the glass pieces will give the glass a unique and soft rim and an all over smoothness. Jerpoint glass designers are established for their innovative designs and ability to create new and contemporary collections and pieces of glassware. Jerpoint is known across the world for its use of colour and honest form inspired by the Irish landscape. The glass designer company offers a wide collection of handmade glass these include festival collection, glass garden designs, jugs, bowls, drinking glasses, and more. They offer some unique handmade glass pieces from colour twist wine glass, large scallop bowl, paperweights, tea light holder, and more. If you are looking for something special for a loved one, they offer some great gift ideas for every occasion.


The Irish Handmade Glass Company 


The Irish handmade glass company is Waterford city’s finest glass makers producing 100% mouth blown and hand cut crystal. The company has become one of the leading crystal manufacturers in Ireland. Irish handmade glass company aims to keep the Waterford Crystal factories centuries tradition and old craft alive. The visitors into the studio can watch the amazing crystal pieces being made producing works of art. The designer pieces are affordable and a breath of fresh air. Their unique cutting and use of colour makes every piece a unique gift to be treasured. They offer the finest collection range of crystal pieces these include Claddagh, wildflower, Irish rose, Celtic meadow, wild Atlantic way, Jewellery, wild heather, Christmas shop, table lamps, collectibles, Irish shamrock, wine glass/tumblers, and artisan centrepieces. Watch their master crafts men at work creating these stunning crystal pieces. Their stunning Irish shamrock range is crafted with the finest crystal and the shamrocks will celebrate the Irish heritage, making it an ideal present for that special someone. The amazing collection of crystal pieces offers something for everyone no matter what the occasion Christmas, birthdays, anniversaries, you name it. The company also offers gift vouchers which are ideal for a loved one to choose something that they would like.


J Hill’s Standard


J Hill standard craft handmade crystal glass is located in Waterford, Ireland. They produce the finest contemporary cut crystal tumblers, stemware, and decanters which all crafted by hand. Their products are a celebration of the handmade and progressive, where the hand maker is revealed. We explore the innovations in embellishment and cutting and the inherent qualities of crystal. J Hill is individual, free spirited, and unconventional. The work with an international resource of designers and master craftsmen to deliver singular hand-crafted and rare objects. J Hill came to Ireland in 1783, bringing with him a creative talent and deep knowledge of glass chemistry, that would continue to influence the production of lead crystal for generations. The brand is inspired by the story of this ingenious and maverick individual. Their collection range includes champagne glasses, hand drawn glass, grappa/shot glasses, lighting, cocktail glasses, decanters, carafes, and jugs, whiskey glasses, and wine glasses. The company can also provide bespoke pieces that will allow them to experiment with both the material and the process. The craftsmen experiment with complex forms and cuts to match design motifs or materials. Get that special loved one or friend a unique crystal glass wear piece from J Hill standard.


Dingle Crystal


Dingle Crystal is a family run business and was founded by craftsman Sean Daly. The crystal company handcraft an exquisite collection of hand cut Irish crystal. Their designs are unique Celtic designs inspired by the breathtaking landscape and rich heritage of Ireland’s west coast. All the crystal ware is cut, polished, and designed by hand using traditional techniques. No piece of crystal ware is the same all are designed individually. They offer a wide range of stunning and unique pieces these include whiskey glasses and tumblers, stemware, crystal bowls, giftware, crystal vases, crystal candle holders, the beehive collection, and more. When you hold any piece in your hands and feel its weight you know that’s what makes Dingle crystal different. There are 6 unique Celtic designs that feature in the Dingle collection these include Solas, Celtic flame, the Blasket, Skellig, Dingle, and Harp, and Fushia. Dingle crystal is one of a kind, luxurious, and unique. The quality is second to none a stunning collection of glassware from candlesticks, bowls, to vases you name it, there is something special for everyone.




Criostal na Rinne was established in 1987 and the workshop is situated in Ireland’s ancient east in the picturesque area of the Waterford Gaeltacht. The workshop produces crystal glassware all handmade in their Waterford workshop. The master craftsman glass cutter Eamonn Terry has over 45 years of experience, so you can rest assured you are in the best hands. All the glass pieces create a meaningful connection with the rich history, language, culture, and nature of Ireland. Their collection range includes Ard, Ceo, Moin, Clo, and Tonn. Their range of products includes decanter, glasses, tumblers, carafe, wine glasses, and more. If you are looking for something truly unique and exceptional then criostal is your company to go to. You can visit the workshop to experience a skill that is noted for and the craft of crystal cut by hand by some amazing craftsmen. The free demonstrations and tour show the techniques of a master craftsman and explain the history of glassmaking in the area which goes back hundreds of years to this day present. Both individual and group tours are welcome. One too one tour is also available on a drop-in basis. The workshop is open from March to September.