Hello my lovelies,
as we finally finally move into Spring in wet, chilly Ireland, here at Caraliza HQ we’ve recently resumed our regular market spots.
Of course you can always buy online and we’ve been working hard to build up our stock and improve our photography so that our gorgeous jewellery finally gets the quality images it so deserves. Pop over to our shop and admire Liz’s hard work (before her eyes go permanently crossed from it all and she can’t read your encouraging comments).
Some people however will always prefer to see something in person before buying; if you’re based around the south of Ireland, you can now find us stocked in both “Wild Design” (Paul Street Shopping Center, Cork City) and the cute and quirky “Chou’s Cottage” (Clonmel, Co. Tipperary). Both these stores support and promote Irish design and craft and ethical produce and they’re bursting with other beautiful goods besides our own treasures. Definitely ones to check out. (You can just click on their names if you’d like to browse their facebook pages.)
If you want to meet us in person and see a wider selection of our jewellery, there are plenty opportunities to do that now, particularly around Cork, as Alex is back doing the regular spots such as Kinsale on Wednesdays, both Clonakilty and Bantry most Fridays and both The Fair Alternative in Cork City and sometimes Skibereen Farmer’s Market on Saturdays.
We’ve also joined a monthly market in Killarney that runs one Sunday each month, we’ll miss the one in May due to a family wedding but will be there in June for sure! We’ll travel further afield during the summer months too, so stay tuned for updates as they come (particularly on our facebook page).
And remember, we regularly share our stories and lots of gorgeous photos on our Instagram page, so be sure to follow us there if you want to keep up with the latest happenings!
Hope you’re getting some nice weather wherever you are – if you’re in Cork today, it’s pretty grim. I’m dreaming of summer holidays, sandy beaches and bare feet and of course, no more snagging my gorgeous long earrings on coats and scarves anymore!
See you soon!