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Francis Street Reborn!

Posted in News on 18th August 2012

Francis Street has been re-branded and details of all shops in the antique quarter can be found at http://www.artsandantiquesquarter.ie/ Please take a look or better still why don’t you come...

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Lavery, Lavery Everywhere!

Posted in News on 18th August 2012

Paintings by the renowned Irish Artist John Lavery are making headlines wherever they appear.  “The Horse Show” painted by him in 1928 is on view in the RDS this...

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Who Wants To Be An Iron Lady?

Posted in News on 18th August 2012

A tailored  tweed suit once belonging to the “Iron Lady” herself, Margaret Thatcher will be auctioned next month by Christies of London in a sale featuring outfits by the...

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Jane Austen Ring For Auction

Posted in News on 29th June 2012

A ring owned by Jane Austen is to be sold next month in Sotheby’s of London but it had a whistle-stop tour of Dublin when it went on show...

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Shaken and stirred by the art deco bar

Posted in Events on 18th June 2012

AFTER THE horror and economic misery of the first World War, Europeans desperately needed a lift. The age of modernity swept in from the United States on a wave...

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Leinster Dinner Service

Posted in News on 15th June 2012

A superb Leinster dinner service will go on sale in Christies next month.  The silver service which weighs over 5000 ounces in total, cost over £4000 in 18th century...

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Leonardo da Vinci Drawings On View

Posted in News on 15th June 2012

Ten drawings by Leonardo da Vinci have gone on show in The Ulster Museum, Belfast in a temporary exhibition which will run until August 27th.  Five hundred years on...

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Art Deco House For Sale

Posted in News on 30th May 2012

One of Ireland’s first art deco houses, Balnagowan House, Glasnevin, Dublin 9, is being offered for sale with a €1m price tag. The 1.17 acre property located next to...

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Mount Congreve Collection Sells

Posted in News on 25th May 2012

The unknown collection of Mount Congreve House in Waterford sold for £3.4million in Christies.  The highest amount paid for a single item was £343,250 for a silver epergne centre...

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Ireland’s favourite Painting

Posted in Events on 25th May 2012

The critics have debated, the public has spoken and the painting has been selected.  The winner of Ireland’s Favourite was “The Meeting On The Turret Stairs” by Frederick William...

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