Calling on my family heritage of stonemasons and carpenters, as well as a fascination with how we interact with our dwellings and the stories they hold, I infuse this rich history into each piece of fine jewellery that I make.
I handcraft all pieces myself from my Dublin workshop using traditional goldsmithing techniques.
Each piece contributes to the lives of children in Tanzania, one of Africa’s biggest gold and diamond mining countries. You can learn more about this charitable partnership below
Think of beautiful Georgian townhouses turned tenement slums, and later restored into contemporary homes or reclaimed by nature. It's the enduring beauty of the weathered external brickwork that most often remains, ageing gracefully with time, and giving us a connection to both the detailed craftsmanship of old, and the lives lived within those walls.
In creating pieces, I imagine the vast and varied lives they'll touch, connecting generations by evoking memories of old and inspiring memories anew. They're designed to last many lifetimes, provide a connection to our past, and participate in many stories to come.
Síne Vasquez pieces have been featured in The Gloss Magazine, Image Magazine, Irish Tatler, The Irish Times and The Irish Independent.Along with collection pieces, I also handcraft bespoke commissioned pieces in collaboration with you
Read more about commissioning a piece below
I am a registered fairtrade goldsmith, and a member of the Irish Jewellers & Silversmiths Guild, the Design & Craft Council of Ireland, the Council of Irish Fashion Designers, and The Irish Georgian Society.
Prior to this, I had the great privilege of working as a specialist cancer physiotherapist for 14 years.
When I’m not handcrafting your heirloom jewellery, I’ll be found running around after my three kids and getting outdoors whenever I can.