17 Nov 2023

A Glove-Making Tradition Survives in Ireland

George Horn Hall: Grand Gallery Stand: J55
A Glove-Making Tradition Survives in Ireland
A selection of leather gloves made by George Horn Ltd. in Dublin. Credit: Ellius Grace for The New York Times
An 80-year-old enterprise still does things the old way but is also looking to the future with new styles and quirky colors.

There is a low buzz of banter and machinery in the workshop of George Horn Ltd., a family-run glove-making business in a converted woolen mill in the Stoneybatter area of central Dublin.

A seamstress bends her head down in concentration...

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