Dublin’s first precious metals store opens in London

A Dublin shop that sells precious metals is set to open in London next month after being set up by a small business that started selling its wares in the capital.

The Dubliners who run the business said they hope the new store will be a catalyst for new dealers and investors to come into the city, where the precious metals market is valued at £8bn.

They said they had hoped the new shop would attract people to the city who have not been in the UK before.

They want to attract people with the same idea that we’re looking for in the country.

Dublin has a huge market of 1.5 million people and the new precious metals shop would cater for a larger group, including the growing number of visitors from overseas who are coming to Ireland to buy precious metals.

The shop, which is due to open on January 22, will be the first in the city.

It is set up in the former Goldsmith’s Arms building in the west of the city where the Goldsmiths Arms Hotel once stood.

The Irish Times is not naming the business because it is still trying to establish a name for the business.

They have hired two experienced staff, including a designer and a designer who has worked in London.

There is no staff, and there are no financial plans at the moment.

The new shop will be called the Dublin Goldsmith Shop.

Its name was chosen by one of the owners after a conversation with Dublin’s Chief Investment Officer, David O’Sullivan.

It will be in a building that was once used as the Goldsellers Arms Hotel and was demolished in 2012 to make way for the new gold and silver trading centre.

The property was used as a meeting point for trading companies in the Goldselling trade, which was one of Dublin’s largest gold buyers at the time.

Dublins gold was valued at €2.4bn at the height of the boom, according to data from the Office of the Registrar of Irish Banks.

Its share price in January 2014 was €739.30.

The Goldsellings Arms Hotel was demolished on January 14, 2014.

Dubliner Daniel O’Reilly said he is very excited about the opportunity to open a shop in London, which he said is one of his favourite places in the world.

The owner of the shop is a man named Paul Gallagher.

He is very passionate about the Irish gold industry, he said.

The company started in 2010, selling its products in Dublin and Dublin and the Isle of Man.

It has grown to more than 1,500 employees.

Mr Gallagher said he wanted to open the shop because he was inspired by the London Goldsmith shops and the success he had there.

He said the shop would be different from the Goldsmiths Arms Hotel, where he sold his wares, as it would cater specifically for his customers.

He added that he would not sell a variety of metals as it was very important for him to have a good balance of precious metals for his shop.

Dubbles gold was worth €2,500,000 at the end of 2015, and he said it was one-fifth of his business.