National Museum of Ireland Decorative Arts & History, Dublin Photos

The Irish National Museum Decorative Arts & History located near Phoenix Park in Dublin hosts a range of historic furniture, ceramics & silver in a range of Irish & European styles.

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National Museum Decorative Arts & History in former barracks. Dublin, Ireland.Former barrack buildings now National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Lamp stand fixtures at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Decorative arts collection shelves at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.
National Museum Decorative Arts & History in former barracks. Dublin, Ireland.Former barrack buildings now National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Lamp stand fixtures at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Decorative arts collection shelves at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.
Clear glass Lismullen posset bowl which belonged to King William III who left it with John Dillon of Lismullen after Battle of the Boyne at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Glass vase with carp by François-Eugène Rousseau at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Irish silver collection at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Irish silver at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.
Clear glass Lismullen posset bowl which belonged to King William III who left it with John Dillon of Lismullen after Battle of the Boyne at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Glass vase with carp (c1880) by François-Eugène Rousseau at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Irish silver collection at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Irish silver (late 17th-18th C) at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.
Silver-gilt Monteith or punchbowl by Thomas Bolton of Dublin at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Silver sauce boats by John Hamilton & by John Laughlin Sr. at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Silver saucepan & lid by William Townsend of Dublin at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Cruet stand from London at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.
Silver-gilt Monteith or punchbowl (1704) by Thomas Bolton of Dublin at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Silver sauce boats (l) (1740) by John Hamilton & (r) (1752) by John Laughlin Sr. at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Silver saucepan & lid (c1755) by William Townsend of Dublin at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Cruet stand (1734-5) from London at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.
Silver & red glass epergne by John Locker of Dublin at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Silver egg cups & stand by Sheffield at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Silver chocolate pot by Thomas Bolton of Dublin at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Rococo coffee pot by John Locker of Dublin at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.
Silver & red glass epergne (1775) by John Locker of Dublin at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Silver egg cups & stand (c1775) by Sheffield at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Silver chocolate pot (1696-9) by Thomas Bolton of Dublin at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Rococo coffee pot (1773) by John Locker of Dublin at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.
Rococo coffee urn by James Henzell of Dublin at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Silver tea kettle & stand possibly by Joseph Mahony of Dublin at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Celtic revival coffee & tea service by John Smith of Dublin at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Silver coffee pot by Brian Clarke of Dublin & goblet by Francis Girard of Dublin at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.
Rococo coffee urn (1812) by James Henzell of Dublin at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Silver tea kettle & stand (1849) possibly by Joseph Mahony of Dublin at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Celtic revival coffee & tea service (1874-5) by John Smith of Dublin at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Silver coffee pot (1973) by Brian Clarke of Dublin & goblet (1708) by Francis Girard of Dublin at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.
Silver table snuff box by Edmond Johnson of Dublin at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Silver dish by Joseph Johnson Jr. of Dublin at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Replica of Shrine of St. Patrick's Bell by Edmond Johnson of Dublin at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Enameled trinket box by Joseph Doran of London at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.
Silver table snuff box (1856) by Edmond Johnson of Dublin at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Silver dish (1870) by Joseph Johnson Jr. of Dublin at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Replica of Shrine of St. Patrick's Bell (1903) by Edmond Johnson of Dublin at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Enameled trinket box (c1905) by Joseph Doran of London at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.
Neo-Celtic silver bowl by West & Son of Dublin at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Neo-Celtic silver book cover by Thomas Weir of Dublin at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Collection of Irish-style brooches at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Gold bracelet with micro-mosaic scene of dog chasing deer at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.
Neo-Celtic silver bowl (1910) by West & Son of Dublin at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Neo-Celtic silver book cover (1913) by Thomas Weir of Dublin at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Collection of Irish-style brooches (late 19th-20th C) at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Gold bracelet with micro-mosaic scene of dog chasing deer (c1870-80) at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.
Irish-style brooches at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Creamware pitcher "Success to the Independent Volunteer Societies of the Kingdom of Ireland" by Wedgewood at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Creamware Irish volunteer jug by Wedgewood at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Creamware 'A Free Trade to Ireland" jug from Leeds at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.
Irish-style brooches (late 19th-20th C) at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Creamware pitcher "Success to the Independent Volunteer Societies of the Kingdom of Ireland" (c1780) by Wedgewood at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Creamware Irish volunteer jug (c1780) by Wedgewood at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Creamware 'A Free Trade to Ireland" jug (c1780) from Leeds at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.
Irish traditional farm & country furniture at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Dual purpose settle & bed common in Irish farm homes since 18th C at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Grid irons both from Wicklow at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Pine dresser with plate racks from Galway at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.
Irish traditional farm & country furniture at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Dual purpose settle & bed (mid 19th C) common in Irish farm homes since 18th C at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Grid irons both from Wicklow at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Pine dresser with plate racks from Galway at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.
17th C furniture mostly English at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.18th C furniture mostly Irish with some English at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.18th C tableware on Irish mahogany table at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.19th C Irish furniture at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.
17th C furniture mostly English at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.18th C furniture mostly Irish with some English at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.18th C tableware on Irish mahogany table (c1750) at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.19th C Irish furniture at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.
19th C Irish musical instruments including glass harmonica on left & harp on right at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Davenport desk by J.J. Byrne of Dublin at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Arts & Crafts style furniture including oak bookcase from Kilkenny at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Lady's writing cabinet by Arthur Jones; dining chair by Millar & Beatty of Dublin; & log carrier + coal scuttle by Anne Bourke of Limerick at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.
19th C Irish musical instruments including glass harmonica on left & harp on right at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Davenport desk (19th C) by J.J. Byrne of Dublin at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Arts & Crafts style furniture including oak bookcase (1910) from Kilkenny at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Lady's writing cabinet (c1890) by Arthur Jones; dining chair (c1900) by Millar & Beatty of Dublin; & log carrier + coal scuttle (c1890s) by Anne Bourke of Limerick at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.
Art Nouveau oak hall chair by Arthur Jones at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Art Nouveau mahogany wall cabinet hall chair by Charles Plumet & Anthony Selmersheim of Paris at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Bedroom furniture by Frederick MacManus at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Art Deco dressing table with quilted maple veneer by Betty Joel of England at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.
Art Nouveau oak hall chair (c1900) by Arthur Jones at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Art Nouveau mahogany wall cabinet hall chair (1900) by Charles Plumet & Anthony Selmersheim of Paris at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Bedroom furniture (1930-3) by Frederick MacManus at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Art Deco dressing table with quilted maple veneer (1930) by Betty Joel of England at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.
Sideboard, chairs & other Irish Modern by Brendan Dunne at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Chrome & steel multipurpose E1027 table by Eileen Gray at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.S-bend folding terrace chair & various occasional tables by Eileen Gray at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Chrome & steel asymmetrical Non-conformist chair by Eileen Gray at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.
Sideboard, chairs & other Irish Modern (Scandinavian-inspired furniture) (1950s) by Brendan Dunne at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Chrome & steel multipurpose E1027 table (1926-9) by Eileen Gray at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.S-bend folding terrace chair (1935) & various occasional tables (1926-9) by Eileen Gray at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Chrome & steel asymmetrical Non-conformist chair (1927-9) by Eileen Gray at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.
Chrome metal tubing dining chairs by Eileen Gray at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Collection of chairs at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.21st Century Irish crafts at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.21st Century Irish crafts at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.
Chrome metal tubing dining chairs (1927-9) by Eileen Gray at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Collection of chairs at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.21st Century Irish crafts at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.21st Century Irish crafts at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.

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