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Ireland Dublin city centre to get its very own designer Christmas market

17:45  02 december  2019
17:45  02 december  2019 Source:   dublinlive.ie

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The Designer Christmas Market is in its 5th year due to its great success, and holds itself as one of the best places to get Irish designs and crafts, from textiles, ceramics, art and It is a 3 day bumper market in December when the Dublin Flea Market is bigger and better (and more festive) than ever!

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a group of people sitting on a bench: Designer Dublin Christmas Market 2019 © Provided by Dublin Live Designer Dublin Christmas Market 2019

Dublin city centre is set to get its very own designer Christmas fair this month.

The Designer Dublin Christmas Market will see a variety of Irish artists, photographers, jewellers, and fashion designers take over the Bank of Ireland’s forecourt at College Green.

The market will be taking place on Friday, December 20 from 10am to 8pm and Saturday, December 21 from 10am to 6pm.

Shoppers will have the chance to check out everything from luxury handmade scented candles and patterned cushions to stained-glass handmade homeware and silk clothing, accessories and many more!

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Finally a Christmas Market in city centre Dublin that's a handy location for me. And for tourists too for that matter. Having a Christmas Market in Dublin is absolutely a great decision and I hope it builds on year after year. There is a selection of crafts as well as plenty of food and drinks shells however

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Marion Walshe, who is managing the market, said: “We’re really looking forward to bringing a host of wonderful Irish designers and their crafts to Dublin’s College Green the last weekend before Christmas.

“As well as a host of quality products on sale from local producers and designers, a brass band will be on hand to entertain punters at lunchtime both days, with food and hot drinks available, making the market the ideal city-centre festive day out!”

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