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Bric a Brac

Irish Pub bric a brac adds the finishing touch to your Irish Pub, completes the story & adds character. Every area in your pub can become a feature in its own right with the right pieces. From rustic cottage charm to lavish Victorian splendour, immerse your Irish Pub in authentic, original atmosphere. Through our contacts in the antiques market who travel Ireland searching for original artefacts we have access to a wealth of beautiful authentic Irish bric a brac.

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  1. Framed view of a group visit the Jameson Distillery, Dublin.

    Framed view of a group visit the Jameson Distillery, Dublin.

    Framed view of a group visit the Jameson Distillery at Bow Street, Dublin..1963

    12" x 8" black and white Matte print

    All Irish Original Fine Art Prints are printed on Archive Photographic paper, using the latest Printing Technologies.

    €48.00

      

  2. Framed view of a hardworking man enjoys his pint

    Framed view of a hardworking man enjoys his pint

    A hardworking Limerick man enjoys his pint for which he has paid an extra penny in support of the Limerick Widows Alms House.1962

    12" x 8" black and white Matte print

    All Irish Original Fine Art Prints are printed on Archive Photographic paper, using the latest Printing Technologies.

    €48.00

      

  3. Framed view of Brendan Behan in Connemara, County Galway

    Framed view of Brendan Behan in Connemara, County Galway

    Brendan Behan in Connemara, County Galway. 1959

    12" x 8" black and white Matte print

    All Irish Original Fine Art Prints are printed on Archive Photographic paper, using the latest Printing Technologies.

    €48.00

      

  4. Framed view of Brendan Behan in Connemara.

    Framed view of Brendan Behan in Connemara.

    Brendan Behan in Connemara. 1959

    12" x 8" black and white Matte print

    All Irish Original Fine Art Prints are printed on Archive Photographic paper, using the latest Printing Technologies.

    €48.00

      

  5. Framed View of Bringing Home the Fodder.

    Framed View of Bringing Home the Fodder.

    Framed view of Bringing Home the Fodder, Near Roscrea, Co. Tipperary.30/03/1957

    12" x 8" black and white Matte print

    All Irish Original Fine Art Prints are printed on Archive Photographic paper, using the latest Printing Technologies.

    €48.00

      

  6. Framed view of building boats at, County Galway.

    Framed view of building boats at, County Galway.

    The Flaherty family building boats at Carna, Connemara, County Galway..1959

    12" x 8" black and white Matte print

    All Irish Original Fine Art Prints are printed on Archive Photographic paper, using the latest Printing Technologies.

    €48.00

      

  7. Framed view of cask storage interior of Jameson Distillery,Dublin.

    Framed view of cask storage interior of Jameson Distillery,Dublin.

    Framed view of Jameson Distillery, interior views of cask storage at Bow Street, Anne Street and 2 Amiens Street.1963

    12" x 8" black and white Matte print

    All Irish Original Fine Art Prints are printed on Archive Photographic paper, using the latest Printing Technologies.

    €48.00

      

  8. Framed View Of Customs House Dublin

    Framed View Of Customs House Dublin

    Views of Custom House, Dublin. 04/07/1953

    12" x 8" black and white Matte print

    All Irish Original Fine Art Prints are printed on Archive Photographic paper, using the latest Printing Technologies.

    €48.00

      

  9. Framed view of Donkey and cart pictured near Clonony Castle, County Offaly.

    Framed view of Donkey and cart pictured near Clonony Castle, County Offaly.

    Framed view of Donkey and cart pictured near Clonony Castle, County Offaly.

    12" x 8" black and white Matte print

    All Irish Original Fine Art Prints are printed on Archive Photographic paper, using the latest Printing Technologies.

    €48.00

      

  10. Framed view of Donkey's laden with sand and cement begin their ascent of Croagh Patrick, County Mayo.

    Framed view of Donkey's laden with sand and cement begin their ascent of Croagh Patrick, County Mayo.

    Donkey's laden with sand and cement begin their ascent of Croagh Patrick, County Mayo..

    12" x 8" black and white Matte print

    All Irish Original Fine Art Prints are printed on Archive Photographic paper, using the latest Printing Technologies.

    €48.00

      

  11. Framed view of farming & boat building, Co.Galway.

    Framed view of farming & boat building, Co.Galway.

    Farming & Boat Bulding with the Flaherty family..14/05/1959 A typical Connemara scene at Carna, Co. Galway where Gael Linn were helping farmers like Seosamh O hUaithnim (left) to produce more from their rocky holdings.1959

    12" x 8" black and white Matte print

    All Irish Original Fine Art Prints are printed on Archive Photographic paper, using the latest Printing Technologies.

    €48.00

      

  12. Framed view of Gateway to goodness: Guinness Brewery, St James's Gate, Dublin

    Framed view of Gateway to goodness: Guinness Brewery, St James's Gate, Dublin

    Gateway to goodness: Guinness Brewery, St James's Gate, Dublin

    12" x 8" black and white Matte print

    All Irish Original Fine Art Prints are printed on Archive Photographic paper, using the latest Printing Technologies.

    €48.00

      

  13. Framed View of Harpist Mary O'Hara, Clontarf.

    Framed View of Harpist Mary O'Hara, Clontarf.

    Harpist Mary O'Hara, Clontarf, before leaving for South Africa.28/05/1954..Mary O'Hara (born in Sligo on 12th May 1935) is an Irish soprano and harpist from County Sligo. O'Hara achieved fame on both sides of the Atlantic in the late 1950s and early 1960s. Her recordings of that period influenced a generation of Irish female singers who credit O'Hara with influencing their style, among them Carmel Quinn, Mary Black, and Moya Brennan, among others. In his autobiography Memoirs of an Irish Troubadour (2002) Liam Clancy wrote how O'Hara's music inspired and influenced him and others of the Folk Revival period..Her nephew is playwright and author Sebastian Barry, the son of her sister, the late actress Joan O'Hara (Eunice in Fair City on RTÉ-TV)

    12" x 8" black and white Matte print

    All Irish Original Fine Art Prints are printed on Archive Photographic paper, using the latest Printing Technologies.

    €48.00

      

  14. Framed View of Harvesting ,Co.Tipperary.

    Framed View of Harvesting ,Co.Tipperary.

    Harvesting at Thurles, Co. Tipperary, The Misses Ryan.02/09/1953

    12" x 8" black and white Matte print

    All Irish Original Fine Art Prints are printed on Archive Photographic paper, using the latest Printing Technologies.

    €48.00

      

  15. Framed view of interior of Jameson Distillery,Dublin.

    Framed view of interior of Jameson Distillery,Dublin.

    Framed view of Jameson Distillery, interior views of cask storage at Bow Street, Anne Street and 2 Amiens Street.1963

    12" x 8" black and white Matte print

    All Irish Original Fine Art Prints are printed on Archive Photographic paper, using the latest Printing Technologies.

    €48.00

      

  16. Framed view of Kate Kearney's cottage , County Kerry.

    Framed view of Kate Kearney's cottage , County Kerry.

    Kate Kearney's cottage in Killarney, County Kerry.1958

    12" x 8" black and white Matte print

    All Irish Original Fine Art Prints are printed on Archive Photographic paper, using the latest Printing Technologies.

    €48.00

      

  17. Framed view of Last Train leaving Harcourt Street Station, Dublin.

    Framed view of Last Train leaving Harcourt Street Station, Dublin.

    Last Train leaves Harcourt Station.31/12/1958..From the Irish Independent on New Year's Day 1959:..?An hour after the last train had left Harcourt Station at 4.25 p.m. yesterday the 100-year-old terminus bore a derelict look as a sad-faced staff locked up for the last time. The departure of the last train will be long remembered by hundreds of people for among the 500 passengers, there were young children who were having their first and last train journey on that route. Hundreds of people gathered at the station and outside to watch the end of the service. As the train moved out promptly on schedule fog signals exploded and passengers waved to the crowds on the platform..With tears in her eyes, Mrs Maggie McLoughlin, of York St., who had been selling newspapers at the station for 39 years, said good-bye alone and unnoticed in a corner of the station..At Bray hundreds of people were waiting on the station to greet the train as it arrived.

    12" x 8" black and white Matte print

    All Irish Original Fine Art Prints are printed on Archive Photographic paper, using the latest Printing Technologies.

    €48.00

      

  18. Framed view of Making and repairing lobster pots, County Galway.

    Framed view of Making and repairing lobster pots, County Galway.

    Views of making and repairing lobster pots at Carna, Connemara, County Galway.1959

    12" x 8" black and white Matte print

    All Irish Original Fine Art Prints are printed on Archive Photographic paper, using the latest Printing Technologies.

    €48.00

      

  19. Framed view of Milo O'Shea's New Year's Resolutions

    Framed view of Milo O'Shea's New Year's Resolutions

    Milo O'Shea's New Year's Resolutions 1959..Milo O'Shea (born 2 June 1926) is an Irish character actor.

    12" x 8" black and white Matte print

    All Irish Original Fine Art Prints are printed on Archive Photographic paper, using the latest Printing Technologies.

    €48.00

      

  20. Framed view of Moore Street, Dublin.

    Framed view of Moore Street, Dublin.

    For well over a hundred years Moore Street has served the citizens of Dublin. The longest running open air fruit and vegatable market offers value for money,particularly to those where money is in short supply. Predominately a fruit and veg market there are several traders who sell fish and seasonal goods, as illustrated by the photographs showing turkeys and holly wreaths being sold on the run up to Christmas..Alongside the street traders,Moore Street was also a mecca for butcher shops. An Irish family could stock up on a weeks food requirements without leaving the street.

    12" x 8" black and white Matte print

    All Irish Original Fine Art Prints are printed on Archive Photographic paper, using the latest Printing Technologies.

    €48.00

      

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