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Courtville Antique & Vintage Jewellers
Dublin City, Co. Dublin
Courtville is an antique and vintage jewellery shop, located in the Powerscourt Centre in the heart of Dublin City centre. It specialises in personal, accessible and enjoyable trading of fine antique and vintage jewellery as well as engagement rings.

Courtville Antique & Vintage Jewellers began in County Tipperary back in 1952 by Katherine Kitten Pierse. Kitten's daughter Gráinne worked alongside her mother and expanded the shop to Dublin City where it still resides.

In 1982, when Powerscourt Townhouse was converted into a shopping centre, Courtville took up residence as the corner jewellery shop in the Antiques Gallery. It was the perfect location for a vintage and antique jewellery shop, within a stunning Georgian building to reflect the beauty and splendour of what’s nestled inside. Gráinne lovingly selected each piece and showcased it until it found its rightful keeper. It is now in the hands of Matthew Weldon and remains true to the values and traditions since 1952.

Matthew looks for the exceptional, rare and intriguing pieces and delivers a presence both online and in store. Relationships are the soul of the business and are based on old fashioned customer service. Matthew gives you personal attention if you have a query, question or need something that little bit special.

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Powerscourt Townhouse, Antique Gallery, 59 William St S, Dublin 2, D02 CX63, Ireland
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