Irish Silver Photos

Ireland had local silversmithing concerns even though many designs were similar to those of the UK, except for early Christian silver and a period when the desire for independence prompted a Celtic Revival movement.

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Irish silver collection at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Irish silver at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Silver 'Dopping' porringer by John Phillips of Dublin at Ulster Museum. Belfast, Northern Ireland.Silver engraved tankard by David King of Dublin at Ulster Museum. Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Irish silver collection at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Irish silver (late 17th-18thC) at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Silver 'Dopping' porringer (1685) by John Phillips of Dublin at Ulster Museum. Belfast, Northern Ireland.Silver engraved tankard (1706) by David King of Dublin at Ulster Museum. Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Silver chocolate pot by Thomas Bolton of Dublin 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 Monteith by Thomas Sutton of Dublin at Ulster Museum. Belfast, Northern Ireland.Silver flagon made in Dublin for church use at Bishop's Palace. Waterford, Ireland.
Silver chocolate pot (1696-9) by Thomas Bolton of Dublin 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 Monteith (1726) by Thomas Sutton of Dublin at Ulster Museum. Belfast, Northern Ireland.Silver flagon (1733) made in Dublin for church use at Bishop's Palace. Waterford, Ireland.
Silver swan wine cistern by John Hamilton of Dublin at Ulster Museum. Belfast, Northern 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.Rococo coffee pot by John Locker of Dublin at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.
Silver swan wine cistern (1715) by John Hamilton of Dublin at Ulster Museum. Belfast, Northern 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.Rococo coffee pot (1773) by John Locker of Dublin 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 'Magill' ewer by Charles Mullen of Dublin at Ulster Museum. Belfast, Northern Ireland.Silver epergne with cruets made in Dublin at Ulster Museum. Belfast, Northern Ireland.Rococo coffee urn by James Henzell 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 'Magill' ewer (1775) by Charles Mullen of Dublin at Ulster Museum. Belfast, Northern Ireland.Silver epergne with cruets (1790) made in Dublin at Ulster Museum. Belfast, Northern Ireland.Rococo coffee urn (1812) 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.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.Gold bracelet with micro-mosaic scene of dog chasing deer 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.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.Gold bracelet with micro-mosaic scene of dog chasing deer (c1870-80) 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.Replica of Shrine of St. Patrick's Bell by Edmond Johnson of Dublin 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.
Celtic revival coffee & tea service (1874-5) by John Smith 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.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.
Silver coffee service with gilded textured surface by Stuart Devlin at Ulster Museum. Belfast, Northern Ireland.Silver coffee pot by Brian Clarke of Dublin & goblet by Francis Girard of Dublin at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.

Silver coffee service with gilded textured surface (1970) by Stuart Devlin at Ulster Museum. Belfast, Northern 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.


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