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We called in on our way back from Elgol because we had just become engaged on Skye and I wanted to see the Celtic wedding bands.
The jewellery is beautifully displayed and although I didn't find my perfect ring (my engagement ring just doesn't 'go'...More
Saw this place when looking for places to go on Skye. My husband and I wanted to get new wedding bands and so did our daughter and son-in-law so we decided to make the drive out. I am so glad we did. The location is...More
I love craftsmanship, as well as jewellery, so when I came across Duncan House during my research on 'what to do on the isle of Skye', I added it to our holiday plans immediately.
I wasn't disappointed. The setting of Garth Duncan's studio is worth...More
Discovered Duncan house before we visited the aisle of Skye last summer, knew we had to find them because of the amazing designs on their website. It was well worth the trek and my son purchased some beautiful items, a ring and cross pendant. He...More
We have been to Duncan House several times over the years and while it is worth going in just to see the beautiful things, we have recently found it hard to leave without buying something. It just seems to be much higher quality than other...More
Our visit to Duncan House was to be one of the highlights of our holiday . The drive down the single-track road was fun and to find that real craftsmanship is still the order of the day in this stunning corner of the island warmed...More
Duncan House is a truly magnificent place to visit where they hand make exquisite Celtic jewellery. They are located in a beautiful part of the Isle of Skye. Whilst there, I purchased two delightful silver rings with the Flora's Knot design. One for my wife...More
Not only is this where you absolutely must head for a milestone piece of jewellery, but if you're going to be anywhere vaguely in the region of Skye and are at all appreciative of beautiful artefacts, you have to drive out the Elgol road to...More