Now that we are in the centenary year of the Easter Rising of 1916, the artistic commemorative tributes have already begun to roll out. And for the fashion-lovers among us, deBláca Jewellery has presented the perfect way to pay tribute to one of the most significant events of our history.


Inspired by award-winning jeweller Mairead de Bláca’s passion for Irish history, she has unveiled her range’s 1916 Easter Lily collection – a stunning, Irish-made sterling silver interpretation of the traditional Easter Lily.


Hallmarked in Dublin Castle’s assay office, the collection is inspired by the calla lily; a symbol of remembrance first designed by Cumann na mBan in 1925, in commemoration of the events of nine years previous.



The collection features a pendant, stud and drop earrings, and a lapel pin, and it already has a pair of high-profile fans in the form of President Michael D. Higgins and his wife, Sabina.


The deBláca 1916 Easter Lily collection will be officially launched on Friday, February 19.


For more information on the 1916 Easter Lily collection and other deBláca collections, visit




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