THE IRISH ANTIQUE DEALER'S ASSOCIATION
8 Main Street, Dundrum, Co. Down, Ireland
Ballywaltrim, Bray, Ireland
7 Quay Lane, Galway, Ireland
Cobwebs over looking the Spanish arch in Galway, has developed from a derelict building on the point of demolition to feature in Bord Failte's advertising on 5th Avenue New York. The shop is often photographed and appears in calendars and travel magazines. Established in 1972, this renowned shop boasts a stunning stock of antique and modern jewels, a visit to which has become an experience not to be missed. Phyllis MacNamara is the owner of Cobwebs Galway. Jewellery for Phyllis is more than a business – it’s a way of life. Her academic knowledge married to her passion and enthusiasm for these objects of beauty is infectious. She holds a degree in Fine Art from Trinity College and has studied with Sotheby's London and Cartier London.
54 Francis Street, Dublin 8, Ireland
Connaught Antiques is owned and run by third generation antique dealers, brothers Philip and Mark Maguire. With a wealth of knowledge and expertise the Maguire brothers will assist you in finding exactly what you are looking for. Offering a unique selection of fine quality antique furniture, paintings, porcelain, clocks and object d'art a visit to Connaught Antiques is a must, with constantly changing stock you are sure to find something to delight! Connaught Antiques guarantee an expert worldwide packing and shipping service as well as an excellent nationwide delivery service. If you would like help sourcing a particular item, please let us know and we will be happy to assist you. Should you require further information on any item listed on the website or if you have any further queries please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Powerscourt Townhouse Centre,, South William Street,, Dublin, 2, Ireland
Courtville Antiques was established in 1964 in Tipperary Town by the present owners mother Mrs. Catherine Pierse. The business trasnferred to the 18th Century Powerscourt Townhouse Centre, Dublin in 1981 where its principal is now Grainne Pierse. We specialise in Art Deco and Antique Jewellery, in particular diamond engagement rings. We also stock Victorian Jewellery and pearl chokers with antique diamond and precious stone clasps. Rare and pretty pieces of Edwardian enamel jewellery are regularly in stock.
59 Francis Street, Dublin 8, Ireland
Daly Antique Services
Unit 15, Greenhills Business Park, Tallaght, Dublin, 24, Ireland
De Burca Rare Books
27 Priory Drive, Blackrock, Ireland
Welcome to De Búrca Rare Books, the largest stockist of quality Irish antiquarian and rare books in the world. We offer tens of thousands of fine and rare books, maps, manuscripts and prints relating to Ireland – fine Irish bindings are our particular specialty. Our subject range includes areas such as Irish History, Topography, Genealogy, Biography, Literature, Sport, Religion and much more. Our Services We issue four mail order and online catalogues per year to our valued clients and friends all over the world. De Búrca completely guarantees the authenticity of every item sold. We also offer a free book search service. Personal attention to your requirements is our priority. De Búrca Rare Books is always in the market to buy fine rare books and manuscripts of literary and historical interest relating to Ireland and pay top prices for the right material. We also offer a professional valuations service. Our publishing company, Edmund Burke Publishers makes a significant contribution to the canon of Irish historical publications and literary works.
Donegal Antiques & Art Gallery
Carrick, Glencolmcille, Ireland
Irish art, crafts and porcelain including Killarney wood, Bog Oak and Beleek
56 Francis Street, Dublin 8, Dublin, Ireland
Friday, 9th November 2007, saw the opening of the newest addition to Dublin’s Arts and Antiques Quarter. Gallery Zozimus at 55/56 Francis Street, Dublin 8 opened its doors to the public. Officiating over the ceremony, in ebullient form, was Ms Nell McCafferty. Nell, ever the storyteller, regaled the audience with tales of her experiences in purchasing “Vatican Council II” artworks and also, surrounded by the myriad colours in this art gallery, a challenging business at the best of times, was reminded of the comments of George Bernard Shaw, on hearing of the death of Michael Collins, to “hang up your brightest colours in his honour”.
Main Street, Adare, Ireland
Interior decoration and valuations
George Williams Antiques
Kilmainhamwood, Kells, Ireland
20 Molesworth Street, Dublin, 2, Ireland
Greene's Antiques Galleries
Segrave House, Dunany, Ireland
“The Greene family began trading on The Mall in Drogheda in 1886 by my great grandfather Edward. My grandfather Edward took over in 1928 followed by my father Austin in the late 1940’s. I took the reins in 1982. Continuing the long tradition of dealing in the best quality antiques with honesty and integrity, we now exhibit at antique fairs in the RDS, Dublin and around the country.”
Church Road, Greystones, Wicklow, Ireland
Greystones Antiques is located next to Greystones DART station and stocks a wide range of decorative antiques at affordable prices. Company Overview Greystones Antiques stocks a wide range of antiques, and regularly exhibits at Ireland's premier antique fairs, including the R.D.S. Dublin Horse Show, the Irish and International Antiques and Contemporary Art Fair, and the annual Birr Antiques Fair. Description Owner Linda Paine has been in the antiques business for more than 25 years.
10 South Anne Street, Dublin, 2, Ireland
Hibernian Notes and Coins
55 Clarendon Street, Dublin 2, Dublin, Ireland
Founded in the late nineteenth century, Weldons is one of Dublin's oldest family jewellers and antiques dealers. We are a fourth generation business, and are specialists in in one-off pieces of vintage and estate jewellery and beautiful diamond engagement rings. We are leading experts and passionate fans of antique Irish silver, and for over 100 years have helped to build some of the finest collections in the world, both in private hands and for museums and institutions. We travel the world to find pieces of the highest quality and utmost rarity, and many of the items in the shop have never been seen in public before. You will find that we stock one of the widest ranges of antique Irish silver in the world, from rare 17th and 18th century pieces to modern giftware and tableware, and a fascinating selection of antique silver from Cork, Kinsale, Limerick and other locations.
14-16 James St South, Belfast BT2 7GA, Northern Ireland
After considerable searching, the gallery owners found their current premises in early 2007, a building initially used as a linen warehouse. Located in the historical Linen District a few steps away from Belfast’s City Hall the Gallery is discreetly located in James Street South opposite Niall McKenna’s award winning restaurant. Considerable time and effort was spent in turning this empty space into the only one of its kind in Ireland. The interior is sumptuous yet understated and elegant, and would not look out of place in London, Paris or New York where much of the influence comes from for its interior. Abstract work sits comfortably with 18th century masters where fine taste is the common denominator. Our archive and store houses one of Ireland’s most comprehensive private reference libraries dealing with Irish and British painters and sculptors. The classical proportions of the gallery have been admired by Christies and Bonhams, who have used the gallery for their ‘Irish Sale’ previews, which travel the cities of New York, Dublin and London. The gallery has been used for BBC interviews and important book launches. The owners, Alan Wray and Toby McMurray, are very well experienced in the field of Irish Art and are complimented by Pauline McLarnon who has almost 40 years experience previously with the Bell Gallery 1970-2007 and with James Wray & Co from 2007 to present. Pauline has known personally the many famous names of the past including Colin Middleton, Dan O’Neill and George Campbell. Alan has been buying and selling art and sculpture since 1990’s dealing mainly with the trade he has traveled Europe and further a field to meet buyers and sellers alike.
John Brereton Jewellers
108 Capel Street, Dublin 1, Ireland
Brereton Jewellers was established in 1916 at 108 Capel Street, Dublin. Specialising in both new and antique jewellery the business has grown with the city of Dublin. John's youngest son Jack joined the business in the 1930's. By the early 1970's the third generation of Breretons, Jack's sons John and Liam, joined the company. Shortly afterwards they opened the company's second store on Chatham Street, Dublin. The third store, opposite the General Post Office (GPO) on Dublin's O'Connell Street, opened in 1986. Starting in 2003 the fourth generation joined the family business. Paul Brereton joined in 2003 and Derek Brereton started in 2009. Paul graduated as a gemologist from the Gemological Institute of America in 2006. Both of them now works closely with the the third generation in the running of the three unique stores. Our flagship store was opened on Grafton Street, Dublin, in early 2012, replacing Chatham Street, which is now closed. The opening of the Grafton Street store, which at one time was the most expensive high street in Europe, was an indication of the sound basis of the business as it occurred during the the worst recession in Irish history.
John Carroll Antiques
Dublin, Republic of Ireland
John has been in the antique business for 29 years and has traveled all over the world in search of unique pieces, building up a large network of connections at home and abroad who assist in the quest for beautiful things. Over the past 10 years John has been forming a reference library, he uses this extensively in research and has unearthed many treasures, finding a good item and being able to find out who made it or which house it was made for is a real thrill. John has been in the antique business since 1988 opening his first premises in Belfast in 1990. Relocating to Dublin in 2007 where he formed the partnership of Rogers and Carroll. Rogers and Carroll are the only Irish dealer to have exhibited at major London fairs, including Masterpiece, Olympia and Lapda.
John Farrington Antiques
32 Drury Street, Dublin 2, Ireland
69-70 Francis Street, Dublin 8, Ireland
Kilkenny Fine Art
Carlow Gateway Business Park, Athy Road, Carlow, Carlow
Kilkenny Fine Art Limited is owned and operated by Bill Canning. Some of the very best paintings and furniture in Ireland and the UK have been carefully chosen, painstakingly restored and then presented in all their glory. Prices are possibly the most competitive in the industry and customer service is paramount.
Dun Laoghaire, Ireland
Martin Maguire Antiques
Connolly Street, Ballina, Ireland
58 George's Street Lower, Dún Laoghaire, Dublin, Ireland
Michael Connell Antiques
54 Francis Street, Dublin, 8, Ireland
Michael Kennedy Antiques
Upper Cahir Abbey, Tipperary, Ireland
Specialising in french furniture, lighting and objets d'art
Mid Century Online
Oberstown, Lusk, County Dublin, K45 F209 , Ireland
On any given Saturday in 1983 my 10 year old self was out of bed at 6am and ready to make the long drive to a country antique shop or auction to buy antique furniture. Experience had taught me not to roll over and go back to sleep as my Father would only ever call me once before he left. When he was gone, he was gone and I would’ve missed my chance for another week. It’s not often someone my age has over 30 years of experience in any business but back in 1983 I had no idea that those 6am calls would allow me to turn my fascination for beautiful antique and mid century furniture into a thriving business. I learned through osmosis, surrounded by incredible furniture in my childhood home. Unwittingly, my apprenticeship happened while I was hanging out with my Dad on School holidays and Saturday mornings. I left school and then left Ireland to work and travel. At the age of 22 I returned to Ireland after spending time in Barcelona and it was then that I realised I didn’t have to wait until Saturday to live my dream. My Father’s antique furniture collections had long since outgrown our modest family home and were housed in a warehouse in Lusk, in north county Dublin. In order to pay for their upkeep, Historic Interiors (our sister company) was created to hire out props to Film and TV companies. I eventually took over Historic Interiors from my Father, Matt (he still has an active role in the business) and his core values of honesty, integrity and fanatical customer service are still the back bone of the business. Mid-Century Online is anchored in these principals today but came about accidentally almost 10 years ago. I had developed a huge personal interest in mid-century modern furniture and naively bought a few beautiful pieces (a Milo Baughman lounge chair, a Paul McCobb Sofa and an incredible burlwood and chrome sideboard from memory) for myself at an Auction in the US, not realising the vast cost of shipping them to Ireland. The only affordable way to get them home was to fill a container. Almost a year later, when I had finally filled that container, I had acquired many more pieces than my home could comfortably accommodate and Mid-Century Online was born. I buy with someone like myself in mind, someone with a discerning eye for design and quality that delights in the beautiful. I’ve discovered there are people like me all over the world and wherever you are, we can deliver your Mastercraft Sideboard, Arne Norell Sofa, Niels Moller dining chairs or anything else that piques your interest from our website without fuss and at a fair price straight to your door. I understand buying online can be daunting for some so I offer a cast iron guarantee that all products on the website come with a ‘cooling-off’ full money-back guarantee period of two weeks. You may recognise some of our clients here in Ireland, across Europe and the United States: Agent Provacateur (London), Airbnb European Headquarters (Dublin) Louise kennedy (London and Dublin), Harrods (London), Jaeger (London), Tommy Hilfiger (London, Munich & Doha), Soho House (London & Istanbul) and various Interior design firms in the USA. Check our returns policy so you know you can buy with confidence and then rest assured that we really care and if anything is a problem we will fix it. Thats a guarantee. https://mid-centuryonline.com/returns/
Shankill Castle, Shankill, Ireland
Newcastle Art Gallery
18 - 22 Main Street, Newcastle, Co.Down, BT33 0AD, Ireland
Niall Mullen Antiques
57 Francis Street, Dublin 8, Ireland
Celebrating 15 years in business we are delighted to launch our new website. Niall Mullen Antiques has developed an eclectic business with a wide range of items from the 18th Century through to the late 20th C. We passionately believe that all styles can mix and the most important factor is quality & individuality. All stock is original and where restoration is required it is procured to the highest standards in Dublin, all finishes are traditional by hand with superior materials. – We Offer Worldwide Packing & Shipping –
42-44 Francis Street,, Dublin, Dublin, D8, Ireland
Established in 1990, O'Sullivan Antiques commands the prime location in Francis Street, centre of the antiques trade in Dublin. We are also located in the centre of the New York antique district at 51 East 10th Street. Renowned for our high quality antiques, we deal in fine Georgian and Victorian period furniture and specialise in Mahogany, Rosewood, Satinwood and Walnut pieces. We carry a vast and ever changing range of stock comprising of all types of furniture, gilt mirrors, paintings, prints, water-colours, garden furniture, chimney pieces, fire grates, statues, lighting, decorative objects, and objets d'art.
Pat Jones Antiques
Charleville, Cork, Cork, Ireland
Paul Cranny Antiques
Bank Square Gallery, 63 Maghera Street, Kilrea, Derry, BT51 5QL, Ireland
Blackrock, Dublin, Ireland
Affter 30 years of retail trading in Fine Oriental Rugs I now work from home by appointment only, carrying a small stock of top quality Antique pieces and our beloved DOBAGs (subject to availability). I continue to work as a dealer, auction agent, broker, valuer and adviser. Cleaning of good Oriental rugs is undertaken by arrangement, generally limited to late April - early October when drying conditions are good. Liz Mansergh continues to undertake restoration work and her contact details can be seen herewith. Although I no longer have a retail gallery I continue in the pursuit of rare and beautiful antique rugs and weavings, preferably in original and unrestored condition. I have been trading in high end Oriental rugs for over 40 years and have learned to set the bar very high in order to obtain stock that is worth having. Natural colours are a must, as is condition – I stubbornly search for immaculate pieces with a minimum of restoration or alterations - a real "needle in the haystack" mission. I look for heirlooms (this is where the word originates) that tick all the boxes, to be lovingly minded by generations to come. If you have a rug that you want to sell or value, please begin by sending me any relevant info plus a couple of good colour images - ideally one showing a corner tucked over so I can see the back of the weave and the front side all in one. I only exhibit my collection once or twice a year and all customers on our database will be told of future events. If you wish to join that list, please email me your full address details to email@example.com Our internationally renowned website www.peterlinden.com remains active and regularly updated as before. All new stock acquisitions are listed under Current Stock, choose from 5 different subsections. WE SHIP TO ANY LOCATION IN THE WORLD - TAX ADVANTAGES FOR BUYERS FROM OUTSIDE THE EU APPLY.
Robert Christie Antiques
20 Calharne Road, Straid, Antrim, BT399NA, Northern Ireland
Roxane Moorhead Antiques
Dublin 4, Ireland
Ryan & Smith Fireplaces
1-3 North Street, Stewartstown, Tyrone, BT71 5JE, Northern Ireland
Ryan and Smith are internationally renowned retailers of antiques, specializing in high quality antique fireplace mantels. Founded over 40 years ago, we have amassed one of the finest global collections of 18th and 19th century fireplaces. Our superior range of reproduction fireplaces are made by highly skilled craftsmen in our Irish workshops. Made using historically authentic and beautiful European marbles and stones, they emulate the style and elegance of our prestigious antique collection. We also offer a full bespoke service, having the ability to source rare materials, design and produce one off fireplace mantels in any style. We have an extensive array of fireplace grates, fenders and other fire accessories to compliment any style of fireplace, in addition to a diverse and ever changing collection of antique furniture, mirrors and sculptures. Ryan and Smith are highly regarded for their excellence in the restoration of period fireplaces and have worked on many important buildings throughout Europe.
8 Dawson Street, Dublin 2, Ireland
Sol Art Gallery represents and promotes the work of national and international, emerging and mid-career, visual artists. The gallery is centrally located between Ireland’s Houses of Parliament, Trinity College & Dublin's main shopping district Grafton St. Sol Art blends a monthly gallery exhibition list throughout the year with a calendar of global art fairs. From 2010-2014 Sol Art Gallery held major exhibitions within the gallery on Dawson St and appeared at AAF London, AAF New York, Edinburgh Art Fair, the Bloomsbury Art Fair, AAF Battersea, the Glasgow Art Fair Scotland, Art Source, AAF Milan, the RDS Art and Antiques Fair and AAF Singapore. In June 2012 Sol Art co-hosted the inaugural Dublin Biennial. Late 2014 and early 2015 saw the emergence of London Irish Art, a multi-disciplinary initiative, co-hosted by Sol Art and Solo Arte, displaying over 40 visual artists in the impressive 3000 square foot space of Central Hall, Westminster. Over 500 people attended the opening event. Actively promoting and representing our artists to the international market Sol Art aspires to be global players on the world stage of contemporary art. While keeping our feet firmly placed in the Irish and UK markets, 2015 also saw us travelling to Korea, Hong Kong and Singapore. The 2016 calendar included another strong line up of gallery exhibitions and international art fairs, including New York in the autumn of 2016. We hope you enjoy exploring our collection. If you have any queries please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or +353 (0)1 675 0972.
Barberstown Cross, Straffan, Kildare, Ireland
Straffan Antiques & Design is a family-run business with almost Three Decades of experience in the furniture business. Established in 1988, Marie's Antiques and Pianos traded for 16 successful years in the village of Clane, Co.Kildare. 2003 saw the expansion and relocation of Straffan Antiques & Design to the wonderful 18th century stone farm buildings of Barberstown House at Straffan, Co. Kildare. This presented the opportunity to expand the business in the following areas: Antique Furniture Contemporary & Traditionally Designed Furniture Pianos Interior Accessories Interior Design Restoration In 2012, our Victorian Tea Rooms opened, to provide refreshments and complement a truly timeless shopping experience. Why not visit our showrooms in Straffan, Co. Kildare and view our extensive collection of antiques and new furniture.
9 Cross Street, Galway, Galway, Ireland
The Silver Shop
Powerscourt Centre,, South William Street,, Dublin,, 2, Ireland
The Silver Shop is a well established family run shop in the centre of Dublin primarily specializing in Irish and English Silverware dating from the 17th to the 20th Century, catering to the tastes of connoisseur or the casual purchaser. There is always on display a large and varied collection, in fine presentable condition, be it a christening, birthday, wedding or anniversary gift, plus fine period silver and gold jewelry. The shop also stocks 18th and 19th century portrait miniatures, many by important Irish artists, along with an eclectic collection of Oriental and European porcelain.
The Store Yard
Kea-Lew Business Park, Portlaoise, Ireland
The Store Yard has 25,000sq ft of the best architectural salvage, vintage, period, retro furniture and curios in the country and over 20 years' experience in Antiques and Architectural Salvage The Store Yard has valuable knowledge in the use of both Architectural Salvage and Antiques in every facet of the architectural trade. Our design team can help you whether you have a home renovation, or are looking for a piece for the garden or a commercial project. Talented in-house staff who have a love for everything Antique and Salvaged. Well-established supply chain throughout Europe and Asia. Good stock availability of most products and components, enabling a quick turnaround of orders The Store yard has become involved recently with the supply of film props, we have worked on the movie "Peter Pan", Penny Dreadful, Ripper Street and BBC series "Quirke" to name a few. Dedicated after-sales support team Member of IADA (Irish Antique Dealers Association)
Timepiece Antique Clocks
57 - 58 Patrick Street, Dublin 8, Ireland
39 Church St, Athlone, Co. Westmeath
We specialise in quality Irish art from Ireland's leading artists from the19th, 20th and 21st centuries.
Vanessa Parker Rare Books / Roger Grimes Antiques
Old Thatch, Mulranny, Mayo, Ireland
Enniskerry, Wicklow, Ireland
Yeats Country Antiques
67-68 Francis Street, Dublin 8, Ireland
Yeats Country Antiques is one of the leading antique dealers in Ireland with a premises in Dublin’s famous Antiques Quarter – Francis Street, Dublin 8 and also a larger warehouse stocked full of antiques, based in the West of Ireland – Sligo. We specialise in fine Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian period furniture, lighting, mirrors, collectables and other rare & unusual items. Yeats Country Antiques is a member of both the Irish Antique Dealers’ Association, the trade association which represents the leading antique dealers in Ireland and also CINOA, the organization representing the leading Art & Antiques dealers worldwide.Our showrooms are overflowing with beautiful items that are very keenly priced and a visit to Yeats Country Antiques is a must for the discerning antiques buyer, the vintage enthusiast and the bargain hunter.