Arran Street East

Ceramic Studio from Dublin

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Born from creative director Laura Magahy’s search for a simple, hand-thrown pot in great colours, Arran Street East designs and produces homewares for people who enjoy simple, functional, and beautiful objects.

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The Breakfast Bowl

€36

by Arran Street East

Home & Gifts, Ceramics, Serveware, Tableware

A hand-thrown bowl, with gently-sloping sides that meet the table firmly. Great for breakfast, lunch and dinner, for generous portions of porridge, soup or salad. 

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The Pourer

€28 - €30

by Arran Street East

Ceramics, Tableware

A practical pourer for serving milk, cream, honey or sauces. Thrown by hand, with a generous spout carefully crafted, this little guy likes to hang out on tables and in fridges.

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Noodle Bolws

€40

by Arran Street East

Home & Gifts, Serveware, Tableware

A tall bowl with a generous opening, perfect for any noodle-based meal. Materials: Hand thrown stoneware, dishwasher and microwave safe. Size: Ø 15cm, 10.5cm high, with 700ml capacity. Glazes: Inspired by Dublin’s Fruit and Vegetable Markets and Dublin's city architecture.

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The Vase

€79 - €90

by Arran Street East

Ceramics, Planters & Vases

Tall and strong, the vase with inward sloping sides is for people who love luscious, tightly bunched arrangements while the vase with outward sloping sides is for those who love their blooms free and flowing. In colours inspired by the Dublin Flower Market.

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The Medium Mug

€33 - €40

by Arran Street East

Ceramics, Tableware, Mugs

In our larger 300ml size for a more generous cup, these interlocking handmade mugs designed to sit together in two complementary shapes, inward and outward sloping – to keep your tea warm, and let your coffee cool. With strong lines and crisp handles, we bring clean, architectural lines to a traditional craft to produce functional objects that can be used every day in the home. Size In: 8.5 x 7 x 8.5cm, capacity 300ml. Glazes: From our Market and Cityscape collections.

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The Candle

€55

by Arran Street East

Home & Gifts, Ceramics, Candles & Fragrances

An elegant, low profile hand thrown pot, with a dreamy pink grapefruit scent developed specially for Arran Street East.

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Small Jug

€45 - €65

by Arran Street East

Ceramics, Jugs

A sturdy jug made of stoneware in a smaller size. Perfect for milk, water, juice, wine, or whatever your heart desires. Thrown by hand with a handle that's precisely angled to fit the hand and pour steadily, and a wide base to sit proudly on your table, this jug is made for gatherings. Add a set of beakers or mugs in complementary or contrasting colours to suit your home. 

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Arran Street East

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Little Green Street, Smithfield, Dublin 7, Ireland

From 8am -3pm Monday – Friday and 10am - 4pm Saturdays

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From their headquarters, tucked away amidst Dublin’s Victorian Fruit and Vegetable Market, they draw their inspiration from the bustling marketplace, with colours that are blended to their own secret recipes, suffused with the delicate hues of fruit and vegetables.

Arran Street East

From Streets Broad and Narrow

Taking time to design things that work and merging an architecturally influenced aesthetic with traditional processes, Arran Street East produces useful objects for everyday life.