What does Carraig na Rón mean?

This is the Gaelic translation of ‘Seals Rock’. We called our business this because we live right beside the Atlantic Ocean and there is a seal colony here in Glassagh bay. Every day when the tide goes out a herd of seals gather on the rocks. They haul themselves onto the rocks to dry off and rest.


What materials do you use?

I mostly use oak, mahogany, teak, pitch pine and sometimes bog oak. I also use birch plywood and oak/mahogany faced MDF as well as Slate.


Where do you find your wood?

In my Dad’s shed!  I also search for reclaimed floor-boards, old doors etc. at reclaimed sites or online.


Can you make something to order?

Yes! We love to make commissioned pieces of all sorts and sizes. We are proud to say that we can make almost anything that our customer might want. The best thing to do is to send us some information on our contact form here and add any images of what you want. We will have a look and let you know within 48 hours what is possible.  



You can order directly through our Etsy store or pay by PayPal.



We gladly ship our pieces all over the world. However, prices depend on weight and location and are additional to the cost of the item you buy. On our Etsy shop, all individual items list the shipping price. For new commissions we will confirm the cost of shipping during the booking process,



We hope that you are delighted with your Carraig na Rón gift. However if you wish to return it because it is damaged or faulty, please send us an email outlining the issue with photographs included. If the fault is our responsibility,  we will be happy to refund or create a new piece.

Carraig na Rón


Carraig na Rón

Glassagh, Ballylar, Fanad,

Co. Donegal, Ireland.