Graham Knuttel (1954 - 2023)
Emeralds often have an ethereal quality to them
Retro is the flavour of the day
(1940 - 2023)
As well as their obvious practicality in society clocks have a cultural and symbolic significance.
The rough landscape of the weather-torn West is clearly represented in Kingerlee’s works
Georg Jensen, Jacob Hull & C. G. Hallberg
Rugs are a significant part of Turkish culture and have been for thousands of years.
Snakes or serpents are one of the oldest motifs used in jewellery throughout history.
Vintage Hermès jewellery is highly collectable and commands high prices at auction
Louise Mansfield was born in Dublin in 1950 and began painting from a young age.
Omega is a brand synonymous with luxury in the world of watches
A typical bohemian artist, Robinson was eccentric in his nature
Vintage coral invokes images of Mediterranean getaways and dreamy summer days
Referred to by the Egyptians as “gem of the sun”, peridots have long been admired.
Henry VIII during the 1500s was the first to use the harp as a symbol for Ireland
Cantonese pottery is particularly notable in the grand scheme of Asian pottery
Padparadscha sapphires are the rarest of all sapphires
One of Nature's Treasures
Mary Swanzy was an Irish master in Modern Art
It is believed that emerald was mined by the ancient Egyptians as far back as 1800 BCE
Geraldine Mary O’Brien was born on 27th February 1922 in Limerick
Antique gold items seem to be making a comeback
Charms have been synonymous with jewellery since the early ages of the craft.
An important part of Irish history and a vital addition to any collection of Irish coins.
Emeralds are first thought to have been mined in Egypt around 1500BC
Rolex is a brand synonymous with quality and class
The boat-shape came into fashion in the 18th century during the reign of George II