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Don't Kill My Vibe

Don't Kill My Vibe is run by Ciara and Niamh. Fashion Designers by day. Our range is designed to be inclusive of gender, age and society conforms. All pieces are designed in Dublin. Each piece is made from 100% recycled brass base and fully plated with 14ct Gold or Sterling Silver. Free from nickel or nasty harsh metals. We have a grá for a cúpla focail with our range of Irish Language jewellery. Designed to be both statement and staple pieces that can be dressed up or down, worn with every-day looks. This is the kind of sustainable wardrobe we feel is so important, to have timeless/versatile pieces and move away from disposable fashion. Making our best effort to be as sustainable as possible and reduce our impact on the earth. Our base metal is recycled brass. All our packaging is 100% recyclable.

Don't Kill My Vibe is run by Ciara and Niamh. Fashion Designers by day. Our range is designed to be inclusive of gender, age and society conforms. All pieces are designed in Dublin. Each piece is made from 100% recycled brass base and fully plated with 14ct Gold or Sterling Silver. Free from nickel or nasty harsh metals. We have a grá for a cúpla focail with our range of Irish Language jewellery. Designed to be both statement and staple pieces that can be dressed up or down, worn with every-day looks. This is the kind of sustainable wardrobe we feel is so important, to have timeless/versatile pieces and move away from disposable fashion. Making our best effort to be as sustainable as possible and reduce our impact on the earth. Our base metal is recycled brass. All our packaging is 100% recyclable.

  • Discipline Jewellery Making
  • Products Earrings Necklaces Rings
  • Materials Recycled brass base with 14kt gold plating or Sterling Silver Plating
Ciara Gache
19 Carnlough Road Cabra
Dublin 07
D07 P2K6
Ireland

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