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Ór Jewellery
Galway City, Co. Galway
Family friendly
Rainy days
Ór Jewellery on William Street, in Galway City, is a contemporary jewellery shop that stocks jewellery from around the world and carries an extensive range of beautifully designed modern and classic jewellery pieces. It was founded in 2017. The name was chosen to reflect Ireland's heritage, with the Gaelic word 'Ór' translating to gold in English.

Ór Jewellery is one of Galway City’s popular boutique jewellers in the heart of Galway, specialising in Celtic and contemporary Irish jewellery.

They source Irish and European handmade designers such as Lynsey De Burca, Loinnir Jewellery, Liwu Jewellery by Áine Breen, Johanna Harpur and many more. There is also collections featuring the Claddagh, Trinity, shamrocks, harps, history of Ireland pieces and a range of symbols that are synonymous with Ireland's rich heritage.

Some more jewellery lines in store include, the Azendi collection featuring modern designs in silver, Melano Jewellery from the Netherlands with a mix and match of jewellery collections in rose gold hues and glam chokers from Corona Silver jewellery. Take a piece of Ireland home with you that will last a lifetime.

Why we like it
  • Ór Jewellery specialises in Celtic and contemporary Irish jewellery in the heart of Galway City.
  • Browse Irish and European handmade designer jewellery collections including, Lynsey De Burca, Loinnir Jewellery, Liwu Jewellery by Áine Breen and Johanna Harpur.
  • See collections featuring the Claddagh, Trinity, shamrocks, harps and history of Ireland pieces.
  • Ór Jewellery stocks the Azendi collection, Melano Jewellery from the Netherlands and Corona Silver jewellery.
Contact details
42 William St, Galway, H91 W8D3, Ireland
Visit duration

We recommend planning to spend 30 minutes to 1 hour here.

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