Friday, December 31, 2010
To all our Customers around the World
ath bhliain faoi mhaise
Happy New Year
xin nian kuai le / xin nian hao
ein gutes neues Jahr / prost Neujahr
szczęśliwego nowego roku
feliz año nuevo
a gut yohr
gott nytt år
Tuesday, December 28, 2010
With Unique Visitor Figures well into 6 Figures for the Past 12 Months and Page Views heading for 7 Figures !! . I am delighted to advise that this site will be preserved as a site free of Paid Adds. Despite pressure from various sources to place adds on here we will keep it free and only promote the best of the Antique and Art industry in Ireland for Free.
Unprejudiced Advice from The Premier Dealers
Monday, December 20, 2010
Saturday, December 18, 2010
Folow the Picture Link to view full details on this
important Irish 18th century mahogany chest on chest.
Circa 1750. The upper section with a swan-neck pediment with carved rosettes.
The centre surmounted by a superbly carved eagle.
From the Premier Dealers
Labels: Johnston Antiques
Thursday, December 16, 2010
Enda Hannon - The name in Ireland for Stained Glass
53 Francis Street, Dublin 8
With 20 years of experience in the commercial arts, Enda Hannon founded his own stained glass studio in 2004. He works in leaded and stained glass, copper foiled glass, painted glass, zinclights, etched glass, sign-painting and murals. A skilled artisan and craftsman, his work has travelled the world, with clients in the US and Europe as well as his native Ireland.
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Labels: Enda Hannon
Tuesday, December 14, 2010
This Fine Pietro Bossi Chimneypiece Circa 1790 is available at Antique Fireplace Restoration. Bossi worked in Dublin from 1785 -1798 and his work is very rare. This Piece is indeed an Incredible Find by David O'Reilly (Owner Antique Fireplace Restoration). Bossi, An Italian Artesan perfected the technique of Inlaying Marble Chimney Pieces with polychrome Scagliola designs. If you would like more information on this Fireplace or to view the magnificent collection of Fireplaces that are in Store Contact Antique Fireplace Restoration at their new Beautiful Showrooms at
65 - 66 Francis Street, Dublin
or contact via their website
Labels: Antique Fireplace Restoration
Monday, December 13, 2010
Sunday, December 12, 2010
Thatched Cottage - West of Ireland
Magnificent Painting by Frank Egginton
Follow the Picture Link for Full details
Or visit www.theoriel.com
|Merry Christmas from The Premier Dealers|
Labels: The Oriel Gallery
Saturday, December 11, 2010
When it comes to Mirror or Picture Frames
that need Repair - One of the Top Names in the
Restoration Business is
Joseph has Many Years in the Frame Restoration
Business and is used by most of the Antique Dealers
on Francis Street.
Joseph's Workshop is based at
Unit 2, Marks Alley West, Dublin 8
or Phone 087 9308222
(going direct to Joseph - saves you money)
Premier Dealers Recommend Joseph Smyth
and Endorsements from the Premier Dealers
are not Paid for so rest assured with this
Labels: Restoration Services
Friday, December 10, 2010
Follow Picture Link to View Full Details on this
Rare Pair of Irish 18th century walnut chairs, the crest rail centered by a scallop shell and scrolls above a baluster splat and shaped stiles, the shaped seat rails with drop-in seats covered in associated brightly coloured 18th century French 'bizarre' needlework, standing on cabriole legs headed by carved scallop shells and flowers terminating in trifid feet with wavered stretchers.
Merry Christmas from the Premier Dealers
Labels: Rogers and Carroll
Tuesday, December 7, 2010
James Adam and Sons Auction House held an Important Irish Art Sale on Mon 6th December and on a Cold Snowy night achieved some great Result for Famous Irish Art Pieces
Louis le Brocquy - "Adam & Eve" Aubusson Tapestry Sold for €100,000
You can view full details of this Auction by visiting
Monday, December 6, 2010
John Behan RHA (b.1938)
Dublin-born sculptor, he studied in Dublin, London and Oslo.
"Flight of the Birds"
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this wonderful piece currently at the
Iveagh Gallery - Francis Street, Dublin 8
Labels: Iveagh Gallery