Dating antique furniture
Cork Tel: (021) 477 4606 Open All Year – Monday to Saturday 10.00 am – 5.00 pm. Tel: (086) 374 8744 Stock: Original and reproduction items from the 1800’s onwards including furniture, mirrors, lamps, chandeliers, cast iron garden furniture etc.
Stock: Jewellery, Fine Porcelain, Silver, General Small Antiques, Pictures, Mirrors. Open: Monday/Saturday from 10.30am – 5.45pm and Sunday from 1.30pm – 5.30pm ——————————————————————————————————————— Iveagh Gallery, 38 Francis Street, Dublin.8.
Tel: (01) 473 3399 Open: Six days a week until 5.30pm.
Stock: Specialises in the sale of fine quality early furniture and related items, also decorative items including Writing Slopes, Tea Caddies and exceptional fitted Jewellery Caskets.
The name may be: However, on some clocks the name that appears on the dial may not be the name of the clockmaker.
Sometimes it is the name of the retailer that sold the clock.
Some are only interested in clocks made by a specific craftsman or made in a particular country.Others are intrigued by a clock's inner workings, exquisite artwork or beautiful case.Regardless of the focus of a clock collector's interest, knowing how to identify a clock, or where to find the resources to help with its identification, is essential.Check the clock for the name of the clock maker or company name.On many American-made clocks of the nineteenth century, the full name of the company typically appears somewhere on the timepiece.