Jerpoint goes Poppy

The news from Jerpoint this Christmas is all good with a vibrant poppy colour being introduced to the colour palette.

The news from Jerpoint this Christmas is all good with a vibrant poppy colour being introduced to the colour palette.

Already, there is much interest in the Poppy range and together with the existing colours the future looks set for the family run business.

Jerpoint are about to launch their first online shop in December, featuring beautiful illustrations by Kathleen Leadbetter, exclusive online offers, lots of information about glassblowing, events at the studio and videos. Much thought has gone into the new format so that Jerpoint customers can see at a glance the options available. With the introduction of the online shop now you can shop for all your favourite Jerpoint pieces from the comfort of your own home. 

Although a trip out to the Jerpoint Studio in Stoneyford is not to be missed, especially at Christmas-time where you can enjoy the delicious mince pies and coffee while you browse through the wide range of beautiful giftware. The Christmas Corner has an abundance of unusual decorations to enhance your home this festive season.

Jerpoint is offering free shipping in Ireland for purchases over €75. Also all customers are entered into a free draw.

No visit to Jerpoint would be complete without a visit to the glassblowing studio where you can watch the glass being made by the master craftsmen. Glassblowing takes place from 9am to 4pm Monday to Thursday and from 9am to 2pm on Friday.

Also this Christmas, Jerpoint is hosting an exhibition of paintings by eight local artists. The exhibition opened on November 30 and runs up to Christmas. Artists include, Carmel Walsh, Joanne Donohue Doyle, Joan Fitzgerald Cahill, Mairead Holohan, Noah Hamilton, Roisin Leadbetter, Ross Stewart and Sid Evans. The studio is open from 10 to 5.30pm Monday to Saturday and 12 to 5pm on Sunday. It is closed from 2pm on Christmas Eve until December 30.