Traditional Irish rings in which the crown represents loyalty, the hands represent friendship and the heart represents love.
Greene’s Jewellers is a family run Jewellery Shop, located at number 9 Aungier Street, in the heart of Dublin’s city centre.
The building itself is thought to be one of the earliest buildings in the Aungier Estate, Dublin’s first planned post-medieval housing development, pre-dating the construction of Georgian Dublin. Our little shop was opened in 1908 by our grandparents, George and Mary Anne Greene.
Our mother Stella, began working in the family business in 1942. Followed by our father Philip, in 1965. It was always a family affair
We have earned a great reputation for our quality service and workmanship. Gaining us a loyal base of customers, who return time and time again. A large part of our business is bespoke and commission work. We work with you to make your ideas and desires materialise into beautiful pieces of heirloom jewellery. Specialising in engagement and wedding rings, working closely with the client at each stage. Each piece meticulously made with care and precision in our workshop.
Although the shop is our main focus.
We also have a very successful web based brand called “The Irish Jeweller”.
With over 3,500 pieces sold To date, The Irish Jeweller is dedicated to our traditional Celtic range, as well as more Contemporary Celtic pieces. All Of which are handmade here in our workshop. We cater for every taste and budget.
When you are in Dublin why not drop By.
We are very proud of our busy little Workshop and you can see our guys working away in the background.
We will be happy to show you around.
We are open Monday to Saturday 10.00-5.30 excluding bank holidays.
Keep an eye on our social Media for the most up to date pieces straight from the benches.
I am the front of house guy. Love chatting with people, especially when it comes to jewellery. With over 35 years in the business I have accumulated a lot of knowledge and experience. Nothing more satisfying than being able to say "that's not a problem".
Karl, has a keen interest in design and manufacturing. Serving his time as an apprentice in the workshop, learning traditional skills and becoming a master goldsmith, silversmith, and stone setter. In later years he diversified his skills by adding CAD to his list. We currently employ two other traditionally trained goldsmiths. Both very talented in their own right.