Our beautiful jewellery Gallery is in the oldest part of Kirkwall
Sheila opened her first gallery in 1999, two years after the new workshop was built. It's a long, narrow shop, split over two floors in a historic building in Kirkwall. This area of Kirkwall is where the town began. Monks are recorded here in the 7th century and later the Vikings built a chapel, known as St. Olaf's Church. The stone archway of this chapel can still be seen in the lane near our shop.
If you walk from Kirkwall Harbour along the town's main shopping street to the Cathedral, you will be following the old shoreline of Kirkwall. About 1,000 years ago you could have stepped from a longboat into our shop. Today we welcome guests disembarking from cruise ships at Kirkwall Pier.
On the ground floor our shop primarily showcases the full range of Sheila Fleet jewellery and rings. Upstairs you'll find a further selection of designer crafts including a wide range of the best Scottish made ceramics, knitwear, textiles, artworks. These are specialist gifts you may struggle to find anywhere else.
The shop has recently been refurbished and is lovely to explore. Whether you live in Orkney or have travelled far to visit us, our welcoming team can offer assistance with trying on jewellery, and sizing fingers for made-to-measure rings.
Note: Disabled access to downstairs only.
|Address||Sheila Fleet Kirkwall
30 Bridge Street
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|Tel||+44 (0)1856 87 6900|
From St Magnus Cathedral, walk about 300m all the way down Albert Street until you see our small shop on the corner that leads to Bridge Street. Alternatively walk about 100m up Bridge Street from Kirkwall Harbour.