ABOUT US

Charm Bee was created at my home in the picturesque village of Labasheeda, Co. Clare, Ireland. Having spent many years travelling, I returned to Ireland with my husband and 3 children and settled in Labasheeda, a beautiful village on the West coast of Ireland.

In 2016 I set about developing  my way of capturing souvenirs of their childhood  and prints of all loved ones to cherish forever. With the beautiful backdrop of the river Shannon and stunning surrounding views, Charm Bee Imprints In Silver was created.  Each individual piece is designed and created by me to the requirements of my customers. All pendants and charms are made with 99.9% silver and finished on neck chains, bangles, charm bracelets, cuff-links and key rings amongst other jewellery made of the finest sterling silver.

In early 2019, my husband and I purchased an old property with a studio/workshop attached. The property lies in Labasheeda on the beautiful picturesque touristic drive of The Shannon Estuary Way. The workshop was in need of extensive renovation and our plan was to develop this into a pottery painting studio and cafe. Our dream has now become a reality and we are now open 7 days a week from 09:00 - 16:00. Due to current Government guidelines, we are currently open as a take away cafe and we have a beautiful floral courtyard plus outdoor dining options out the front of our studio encapsulating spectacular views of the Shannon. We offer award winning barista style coffees as well as a wellness breakfast menu, toasties, sandwiches, paninis and lots of homebaked and homemade  pastries, scones and luscious cakes. We are still offering imprints in silver jewellery and also imprints in clay and ceramics, however, we are awaiting guidelines to open our indoor dining and most importantly, our Pottery Painting activities. Please keep an eye on our social medial pages for current updates.

I hope Charm Bee will help create beautiful memories for you and put a smile on the face of all who wish to create a keepsake of their own art or to carry a little piece of their loved one with them.