The Collective Opens with Fresh New Expansion
- Thu, 24 Oct 2019
Newly reopened and beautifully refurbished, The Collective on Drury Street has a new look and we love it!
The Collective is known for their Irish and international designers, promoting and supporting independent jewellery. Madeleine Blaine opened her unique jewellery boutique on Drury Street in 2017, only taking space on the basement level. Earlier this month, The Collective proudly expanded onto the ground floor with a fresh, new look to go with it – and plenty more jewellery!
Now with two floors, the boutique has ample space to showcase Irish designers like Emer Roberts, Aria-V Jewellery and Aidan Smyth, alongside Christina Goldston, Jennifer Kinnear and Ogham Treasure. From earrings, necklaces, rings and bracelets, there are also matching sets and a variety of pendants to choose from.
The boutique has also upped its workshop space, which now has a dedicated room to the back of the ground floor, in addition to the downstairs room. Silver Works is run by a group of jewellery designers based in The Collective who love to share their passion with others.
There’s nothing the team like more than meeting a great bunch of people and helping them create fantastic, handmade silver rings and charms. The designers often leave a class as joyful as you do – having felt they’ve just made new friends!
Workshops include the following:
– Introductory Jewellery Making Class (€360, 9-week course)
– Wax Carving Workshop (€175, 4-week course)
– Jewellery-making taster classes (2 hours)
– Hen Parties
– Team Building Groups