Established in 1985 Declan Killen, Goldsmith, have been working from their premises at 12 Fade Street, Dublin 2.
Declan Killen Goldsmith & Jeweller designs and makes their own collections of contemporary and Celtic jewellery. The jewellery is made in silver, gold and platinum metals using all the traditional methods of craftsmanship and also incorporating modern techniques in the finishing processes. Every piece is individually hand crafted and hallmarked. Our Celtic Jewellery includes pendants based on the Salmon of Knowledge and the Children of Lir while our contemporary jewellery is based on modern designs and the beauty of nature.
Each piece of Declan’s jewellery celtic jewellery and contemporary jewellery begins with a drawing of the design from which a master pattern is made.The basic shape of the piece is then cast, after which it is meticulously finished by hand thus creating a high quality piece of jewellery. There are four elements that Declan Killen considers when designing and making a new collection of jewellery.
Declan Killen, Goldsmith received an Index Award at Showcase 2004, 2005 and 2007.
There are four elements that Declan Killen considers when designing and making a new collection of jewellery: Design, Elegance, Quality and Image.
Pop into our store in Dublin 2 (just off Grafton Street and Georges Street) where we are able to provide the following:
- A full range of Contemporary and Celtic Jewellery in all precious metals
- Custom made jewellery in all precious metals and stone types
- Custom made wedding and engagement rings
- Jewellery repairs and cleaning
Custom Collections of Declan Killen’s Celtic jewellery and contemporary jewellery has won commissions from Government Departments, pop and rock icons, private industry as well as the National Museum of Ireland, servicing their needs for corporate and individual gifts.
Their client portfolio includes collections of jewellery for Queen Elizabeth, Barack Obama, Dermot Kennedy, the Kilkenny Shops, Design Centre Killkenny, Aer Lingus, Aer Rianta, National Museum of Ireland, U2, Trinity College, ICC Bank, Evode Ireland and individual craft shops and specialist gift outlets around Ireland.