Eileen Moylan originally from Listowel, Co.Kerry now living and working as a Silversmith and Goldsmith in her Cork based workshop.
Eileen studied in Cork and was awarded her Degree with distinction at Crawford College of Art & Design. She went on to graduate from UWIC, Cardiff, Wales with a Masters in Design (2002) She began her jewellery career working for Chris Carroll, Cork as she honed her skills in crafting handmade custom jewellery, engagement rings and silverware. Eileen Moylan established her own business in 2010. This business has thrived working one to one with customers on engagement and wedding ring. As well as custom made jewellery, Eileen has creates sculptural pieces for Award ceremonies.
She was awarded the commission to design and create the South & West Kerry Chain of Office by Kerry County Council. In 2013, she was approached by Cork County Council to produce a range of corporate gifts for their overseas travel. Since then, Eileen has worked on a number of different ranges of silver gifts for County Council events. In 2015, she was awarded the commission to design and make all eight Municipal District Chains of Office for Cork County.
Her range of Irish inspired jewellery created under the label Claddagh Design has won a number of awards since its launch in 2011. In 2012 her unique design ‘Torc’ cufflinks were listed in the ’50 Top Products’ at Showcase Ireland. And in 2013 her contemporary Claddagh ring was name ‘Best Overall Product’ and ‘Best Jewellery Product’ at Showcase Ireland, the largest Irish product trade show covered her by our friends at Cork newspaper Southern Star – Jeweller Showcase Award
Eileen continues to work with customers creating one-of-a-kind engagement and wedding rings, silverware, awards and trophies as her impressive portfolio of work grows.
To discuss ordering your unique piece of bespoke jewellery or wedding and engagement ring feel free to get in touch with Eileen directly.