Celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Walsh Family jewellery business are the third, fourth and fifth generations of the Walsh Family
Records show that in 1875 James Tuite had a jewellery business at 14 Oliver Plunkett St, Mullingar, and after his death Joseph and Elizabeth (née Mulready) Feely bought the property in 1917. In 1956 the business then passed to their daughter Attracta and her husband Brendan Walsh, and in 1996 it passed to their son Desmond and his wife Geraldine. March 14th 2017 is the 100th anniversary of the Walsh Family jewellery business.
Celebrating 100 Years
Ag Ceiliúradh Céad Bliain
Over the last 100 years the Walsh Family have taken pride in offering quality, value and service to the community of Mullingar and beyond.
The importance of buying local and supporting Irish jobs has always been at the heart of the Walsh Family business ethos and we prioritise Irish manufacturers and Irish companies working in the jewellery trade where possible.
The importance of ‘buying Irish’ is particularly prevalent in our History of Mullingar Jewellery Collection. Designed and stocked exclusively by Walsh Jewellers, this jewellery collection is Irish through-and-through: taking design inspiration from the local history and folklore it is produced in Ireland and proudly bears the hallmark of the Irish Assay Office.