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Stock 18th and 19th Century furniture, paintings, mirrors, chandeliers, mantelpieces and garden furniture.
Established in 1992, O'Sullivan Antiques of Francis Street is at the centre of the antiques trade in Dublin. Renowned for high quality antiques, O’Sullivans are members of the Irish Antique Dealers Association and deal in fine Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian period furniture, specialising in Mahogany, Rosewood, Satinwood and Walnut pieces.
It is a veritable Aladdin's Cave at O'Sullivan Antiques with interesting items to be discovered in every corner. They 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.
O’Sullivans have had years of experience in organising the delivery of goods to any destination in the world and would be delighted to help with any enquiries.
Francis Street is considered Ireland’s ‘Arts & Antiques Quarter’ so a definite haunt for an object of considerable age, an item of furniture, an antique relic or a special work of art.
Located nearby is Christ Church. Founded circa 1030 by the Norse King, 'Sigtryg with the Silken Beard' and associated with many important figures in Irish History, including the infamous Strongbow and Dublin's own Patron Saint, Laurence O'Toole, Christ Church offers a wealth of historical resources which stretch over nearly 1000 years. Another nearby attraction is the Guinness Storehouse providing a magical journey deep into the heart of the world famous GUINNESS® brand and company.