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Uisce Saddlery

Holyground, Dingle, Ireland
+353 87 692 0378
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Saddlery is a particular favourite of mine, my own horse tends to break things easily and often... read more

Reviewed 22 July 2017
HarveyIreland
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Western Ireland, Ireland
Hedgehogs!

I recently re-visited Elaine's charming shop, Uisce Saddlery..I needed a new order of her stunning... read more

Reviewed 6 July 2017
Kesh_grammy
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Western Ireland, Ireland
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Uisce Saddlery by Elaine Waters - call in to the workshop to watch the traditional methods of leatherworking in practice. Everything is made from scratch on site using the best quality materials, hand-cut and hand-stitched. Custom-made bridles and equestrian equipment, as well as a range of belts and leathergoods. Specialising in the personal touch, Elaine makes most items to order allowing her to cater to your individual requirements. Also selling artwork by Martine Moriarty of 'It Must Be Dingle' oils, watercolours and prints, And 'All About Ogham' by Ken Bolger, slate, copper and stone artwork.
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“belt” (2 reviews)
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Holyground, Dingle, Ireland
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Reviewed 22 July 2017

Saddlery is a particular favourite of mine, my own horse tends to break things easily and often. Uisce is right in the centre of Dingle, across the road from where the market is held. The owner uses old fashioned tools to create quality tack for...More

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Reviewed 6 July 2017

I recently re-visited Elaine's charming shop, Uisce Saddlery..I needed a new order of her stunning key fobs, the choices are simply amazing & the workmanship is A+. Whilst looking about the shop I fell absolutely in love with the menagerie of handcrafted little wool knitted...More

Thank Kesh_grammy
Reviewed 11 April 2017

Not sure when this shop opened but we happened to "find" it while on the way to another shop. As indicated in the name "Uisce Saddlery" there is/are many saddlery items but there are many other leather pieces all hand made by the lady who...More

Thank STHYACINTH
Reviewed 15 November 2016

Stopped in recently whilst in Dingle town, a warm & inviting shop...I met Elaine and Sophia (her friendly sidekick).... Lovely selection of beautifully crafted leather goods...... I purchased a number of stunning key fobs for Holiday gifts...

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Reviewed 25 July 2016

It was a pleasure meeting Elaine and Sophia (her friendly dog). Elaine is a phenomenal leatherworker. The shop is filled with many beautiful leather goods. I got a cool belt there. One of the best aspects of this was that I was able to watch...More

Thank Colin S
Reviewed 7 February 2016

When I saw Uisce's beautiful leather belts in "An Gailearaí Beag", I ordered a black one with a brass buckle. Unfortunately something went wrong with the measurement (probably my fault) and I had to ask for an improvement. Elaine really went out of her way...More

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