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Séamus Gill, Silversmithing and Jewellery

Studio 21, The Design Tower,Pearse Street, Dublin 2, Ireland

Tel: (01) 677 5701    email: seamus@seamusgill.com


Arkle Challenge Cup
Irish Independent
Height 20 Inches

A contemporary version of the traditional two handled toasting cup which was presented to the winners of the Arkle Challenge Cup at the great Cheltenham Racing Festival

Philips Sports Manager of the Month
Height 9½ Inches

This Award honours the highest achievement of an Irish sports manager each month. It depicts the hands raised over the head in “celebration”

Heroes of the game, hurling
Guinness and GAA
Height 10½ Inches

This Award was presented to a great hurler of the past at the launch of the hurling championship

Tom Rooney Memorial Award
Guinness and the Rugby writers of Ireland
Height 14 Inches

This perpetual Award, in memory of the Rugby correspondent Tom Rooney, is presented annually to an individual who has made a long term contribution to Irish Rugby

Darley Irish Oaks
Width 12 Inches

A silver bowl as a winning trophy for the Darley Irish Oaks at the Curragh Races

O2 Leading Irish Player
Smurfit European Open
Height 10½ Inches

This award depicting the movement of a golf ball was won by Padraig Harrington, the leading Irish Player at the Smurfit European Open at the K Club  

Heroes of the game, football
Guinness and GAA
Height 10½ Inches

This award was presented to a great footballer of the past at the launch of the football championship


Séamus Gill creates unique artworks that capture the beauty and elegance of sport in a silver sculptural form.

These are magnificent pieces that are treasured by the winner as a fitting trophy of their achievement.

Cale Cup
Caledonian Life
Height 15 Inches

The Cale Cup is a perpetual trophy awarded for the Caledonian Life Golf Tournament

Spirit of sail #3
Cutty Sark Tall Ships races
Height 15 Inches

This was one of three large silver awards presented when the Tall Ships Races visited Dublin