Monday, October 31, 2011

Patrick Howard Antiques - Whitefriars

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Whitefriars (1720-1980) is arguably one of the best known English glassmakers, records show it first started producing glass just off Fleet St. in London in 1720. James Powell, a London Wine Merchant and entrepreneur, purchased the factory in 1834. 
In the mid 1960s the designer Geoffrey Baxter who had joined the factory in 1954 directly from the Royal School of Art began designing with a new approach to glass design this resulted in introducing the "Textured Range" which was released in 1967.

Patrick Howard Antiques , 52 Francis Street, Dublin may have the Largest Collection in Ireland

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Michael Keogh Antiques - Edwardian Display Cabinet

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This Super Quality Edwardian Display Cabinet
is currently with Michael Keogh Antiques.

Saturday, October 22, 2011

Connaught Antiques - English Victorian Oil on Canvas

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This Fine English Victorian oil on canvas
"on the river Thames". Signed "E. Priestly" is
currently at Connaught Antiques, Francis Street.
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Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Michael Keogh Antiques - A Premier Welcome to an Exclusive Club

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A Premier Welcome to Michael Keogh Antiques.
Michael had an interest in antiques from a very early age 
and he decided to make it his career and after much study was awarded a Diploma in the Fine and Decorative Arts I.P.A.V. 
He then went on to work for James Adam and Sons,
Ireland's leading fine art auctioneers for over six years.
He Returned to Longford in 2003 and set about converting the  cut stone buildings at the back of  his house, "Freehalman"
into showrooms and thus M.J. Keogh Antiques was established. 
The Very Best from all your Fellow Members at the Premier Dealers.

Monday, October 17, 2011

The Doorway Gallery - Val and Roland Byrne

Celebrating 75 years with Val Byrne
The Doorway Gallery is delighted to host an exhibition by
Val Byrne and his son Roland Byrne called ‘Father & Son’
 on Thursday, October 13th between 6-8pm on 24 South Frederick Street.
The exhibition will coincide with Val’s milestone, 75th birthday .
The show will be officially opened by Eamon de Buitlear and
will run until the 3rd November

Saturday, October 15, 2011

Rogers & Carroll - Irish George ll Mahogany Tallboy

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this outstanding and rare mid 18th century Mahogany Tallboy
on stand, the swan neck cornice with carved rosettes
and scallop shell above seven graduated drawers with
original handles, on a cabriole leg stand with
shaped apron terminating in paw feet.

Thursday, October 13, 2011

The Antique Rooms - Irish Silver Wine Ewer

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This magnificent Irish silver wine ewer is in the Armada
style is currently for sale at The Antique Rooms
It has a trigger handle to raise the lid in use.
The jug features a highly chased body depicting
figured work or winged angels, lions head and floral decoration.
Superb Quality
to view their amazing collection

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

O'Sullivan Antiques - Georgian Mahogany serpentine Batchelors Chest

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This Georgian Mahogany serpentine Batchelors Chest is currently at
O'Sullivan Antiques - Francis Street.
 The serpentine shaped top with moulded
edge above a baize lined brushing slide,
above four long graduated drawers between
fluted canted angles and raised on ogee bracket feet.
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Thursday, October 6, 2011

Patrick Howard Antiques - Whitefriars Kingfisher Medium Bark Vases

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This Identical Pair Whitefriars "Bark" pattern Glass
Vases in Kingfisher Colour, of medium size,
designed by Geoffrey Baxter and made during period 1968-80.
are currently at Patrick Howard Antiques

Monday, October 3, 2011

At David Wolfenden Antiques - Brass Club Fender

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This Large antique brass club fender from
Circa 1900 is currently at David Wolfenden Antiques.
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