Baressentials are a family-run company in Co. Kildare, designing unique skin care products and handmade soaps, made in the traditional cold process soap making way using the finest, ethically and environmentally resourced natural raw ingredients. All of their products come beautifully gift wrapped with all the finishing touches, such as cards and gift boxes.


bean and goose fine chocolate

Bean and Goose chocolate is made using the complex and rich flavours of single origin chocolate paired with flavours and ingredients that reflect and celebrate the Irish seasons. Bean and Goose have a passion for using seasonal, natural ingredients and they say it makes sense to use what can grow in our gardens and can be foraged locally, and we at Snout second that! 


We love the retro-vibe of Benefield Spencer's glass.

Established in 2010, their studio operates from an old farm property on the rugged north Antrim coast just outside of the village of Ballintoy in Northern Ireland. 

All of their work is designed, produced, and finished in the studio entirely by hand.


Cotton Hill Lane

Paula, at Cotton Hill Lane, makes beautiful organic baby clothing that she designs and sews herself. Her simple funny animal patterns are screen printed herself in Co. Sligo.


Dublin Herbalists, based in Tipperary, are a lovely addition to our apothecary. We choose them for their conscientious attention to every detail, right down to the packaging, which is designed to preserve the integrity of ingredients and  kind to the environment,it is made from materials that are recyclable.


electronic sheep design modern knitwear

How thrilled are we to have the Internationally-renowned designer label Electronic Sheep gracing the shelves of Snout.

Electronic Sheep scarves and garments are knitted using 100% certified
shrink-resistant merino wool, spun and dyed in Italy.
Electronic Sheep do not not over-produce and focus on limited editions and small runs of products. Their knitwear though very cool is also warm, durable and made to last forever.


peter fradl

Porzellanwerkstätte Fradl

Peter Fradl has been producing delicate porcelain objects for 40 years, in his workshop outside of Salzburg. In addition to gold painted vases, he makes exquisite lampshades using the lithophanie technique.


glint glass

Glint Glass in Dublin collect used beer bottles and give them a second life as beautiful drinking glasses. Have some fun trying to guess which beverage graced your drinking glass, before it reinvented itself.



Claudia, an American in Germany, started  designing baby teethers in 2004 and now, her company GummyChic, has an amazing range of funky colourful cool baby teethers made in food-safe and chemical-free silicon.


roy humphreys

Roy Humphreys is the fourth generation in his family to work with wood. He produces beautiful bowls with a live edge from ash, from his workshop in Co, Leitrim.


irish woollen workshop

The Irish Woollen Workshop produce warm woolly delightful things in their factory in Co Sligo.


Jars Céramistes has been producing handmade ceramics for the last 150 years close to Lyon, passing their skills from generation to generation, and earning the coveted status of a French Enterprise of Living Heritage. Not content just to take nature as an inspiration, they have implemented wide-ranging sustainable measures in their factory, recycling clays, slips, water, and heat. 


What a scoop for us in Snout to have the stunning luxurious, quirky scarves and tote bags from the super talented Joanna Kaminska who is Jokamin and based in Cork.



KaWeCo was founded in 1889 in Heidelburg, making dip pens. Now, they are headquartered in Nuremburg, and make high quality traditional pens, and digital writing instruments. Many of their most popular styles are virtually unchanged since the 1930s.


Kilcoe Studios, in west Cork, is the home of Sonia and Eamon Quinn, who work in stone and wood, and design beautiful prints and cards of Irish nature.


Klippan Fabrik

Klippan is a Swedish company that has been making textiles since 1879. Their products are made in Europe from organic materials, cotton and wool, sourced from Europe and New Zealand. Proving that Scandi is not just about white, their colours and patterns are funky and wild.


Kotanical botanicals

We are proud to have Kotanical on board,it is the first company in Ireland to distill oil from natural native sources.
We also stock Kotanical Stone Diffusers which not only diffuse 100% essential oils at the touch of a button they also feature a mood light. If you're looking for more calm, more rest, more energy or more focus,we can help you choose the right essential  oil.



Pooter are based in Malahide, Dublin and make gorgeous gifts, we stock their socks in a book range.


Pear in paper create print beautiful unusual greeting cards.

We are delighted to stock the Pear in Paper.
Traditional printing for The Pear in Paper translates to Letterpress and Linoprint, a deliberate move towards individually hand-crafted, tactile products printed the old fashioned way. Slow, deliberate and thoughtful.


ruby robin

Khrystyna, of Ruby Robin, makes tiny beautiful botanical creations in her workshop on Mizen Head in West Cork. We love them.


Saille baskets from natural willow

Not only are Diane Carton, of Saille Baskets, willow baskets a thing of beauty they are also  most useful. She works with her own crop that is Sown, Grown and Woven with love from willow beds nestled in the heart of the Boggeragh Mountains of Cork. Basket making is, in its very essence, sustainable and in harmony with our earth.


spraoi clothing

Maebh of Spraoi Clothing in Co. Clare ticks all the right boxes for us, she makes funky fun practical organic clothing for babies and kids, and proves that good for the planet doesn't mean bland and boring. We are thrilled to have her  psychedelic babywear products in our range.


We think UASHMAMA are very cool for their innovative design, functionality, and sustainability and we think you will too.
They make eco sustainable products conceived, designed, and entirely made in Tuscany, Italy. The raw materials come from trees that are grown in a sustainable manner and reconditioned by adding natural vegetable waxes.

Uashmama proves that you can have that designer bag guilt free knowing that it has been produced in a sustainable and non exploitative manner.