THOMAS DILLON'S CLADDAGH GOLD MUSEUM
Described as "the smallest museum in Europe with the biggest gift shop", the museum houses some of the very first claddagh rings made by Goldsmiths Nicholas Burge, Richard Joyce and George Robinson these are from 1700-1800. It also displays the "worlds smallest claddagh ring" which is on the top of a tailor's pin. Other exhibits include examples of rings at various stages of production, from wax blanks to the finished product and a selection of tools used during the process.
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