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Quality Irish designer gifts at Willow & Oak


Unique gifts available at affordable prices - mark your special occasions with Willow & Oak


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his month My Waterford headed to Dungarvan and met the owners of Willow & Oak.


Situated in the heart of Dungarvan’s bustling town square, and owned by local couple Pat and Marian Keane, this store offers an eclectic mixture of stylish fashion, handmade jewellery, dazzling crystal, hand-thrown pottery, and contemporary interior design. Having worked for thirty years in the craft/design industry, Pat decided to take the leap of faith and set up his own business, a desire he had harboured for many years. The opportunity came when he saw 16 Grattan Square was available. “It’s a beautiful building dating all


the way back to the 1800s,” he said. This store offers a Design Centre


showcasing the best of Irish and international giftware and design. Although the store is only a couple of months old, it has already developed a significant following in the region. At Willow & Oak they are all about life’s celebrations, making the most of many occasions: Weddings, New Baby, Anniversaries, Engagements, Birthdays, Willow & Oak mark those special occasions in


16 Grattan Square, Dungarvan Co, Waterford. T: 058-42022 E: Pat.j.keane@hotmail.com


Inspiration for living & giving


Open 7 days: 10am - 6pm Mon - Sat; 12pm - 5.30pm Sunday 20 WATERFORD


life with gifts that will touch hearts and be a pleasure to receive. They endeavor to source local and support national brands where possible. They have chosen from an array of top Irish designers such as Paul Delaney of Scatter Box, Mindy Browne Interiors, Martina Hamilton, Jill Graham to name but a few, all internationally renowned for their talented creations and individual design flare. "Our business is focused


on offering a combination of unparalleled product quality and a warm and welcoming family environment," explains Marian.


Pat and Marian, pictured with their son Ryan.


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