Newbridge Silverware team up with Guinness for a unique collection

Two of Ireland’s most iconic brands have teamed up for a seriously stunning collection of jewellery, homeware and gifts.

Guinness and Newbridge Silverware have put their unique Irish qualities into a brand new design collection, including the inspired ‘1759’ collection, signifying the date Arthur Guinness signed the lease at the iconic home of Guinness, St. James' Gate in Dublin.

Every piece of the delicate rose-gold plated and silver-plated pieces in the collection have the special date engrained onto them, instilling the unique Guinness element into the pieces.

Each watch also has a harp at the 17th and 59th minute – what an amazing touch! Also featured in the jewellery pieces are hops flowers – the flower of the plant that is used in the production of Guinness.

Not only are the pieces beautiful, they are also very affordable with prices starting at only €35.00. Meaning not only can we pick up the perfect Mother's Day gift for next month but we can also buy ourselves a little something too…

Irish rugby legend, Rob Kearney, is the face of the home and menswear collection for the exciting collaboration, saying:

 “I am delighted to be working with Newbridge Silverware on their latest collaboration with Guinness. It is a great privilege to be associated with Newbridge Silverware as a distinctly iconic brand and to help launch the collection which represents heritage, style and exquisite craftsmanship.”

We agree with you there Rob and we cannot wait to get our hands on this amazing new collection that represents Irish culture perfectly. 

Check out the Newbridge Silverware website to shop the collection in full.