The McNally family, from Edenderry/Clonmore/Ballinabrackey, immigrated to the USA in the late 1869 -1870. At that time rural peoples stayed in the local areas in which they were born…married locally, stayed there. This common custom allows one to find family in Ireland once they know the birth townland areas. However once transportation developed, with other… Read More GENEALOGY- OFFALY HISTORY
I love the old fireplace tiles we have – antiques from the late 1800s & early 1900s. John took these from old cast iron fireplaces when he had a fireplace & antique store in Dublin. We offer some of those antiques for sale here and in Ireland. I have copied an article from the Minton… Read More MAJOLICA
Last week Irish artist John Gerard Kehoe died at age 72 in his hometown of Oylegate, Co Wexford, Ireland. Gerard was our John’s cousin and our neighbor. A small family gathering was held in Olyegate and Gerard was buried with his parents in Ferns, Co. Wexford, Ireland He was a gifted painter and prolific. He… Read More SAD NEWS
Fantastic vintage bomber jacket This jacket came from a very famous London England shop…height of fashion in the late 1960’s early 1970’s hip crowd! called PepeJean – Denim Deluxe. would have seen a lot of guys on Penny Lane with this Jacket UK Owner was from LIverpool but hardly ever wore this- he found it… Read More Ya Love Them Yea Yea Yea
The tiles are 4-inch standard size with the framed unit measuring 27 inches long, 9 inches wide, and 1 inch high. We’ve got another item available! This rare mahogany-framed wall art piece is handmade with tender love and care. The tiles of the art piece are 3 Dunhill Pottery majolica pottery glazed tiles, separated by… Read More Rich Green Fireplace Tiles Made in England Taken from Irish Home
This gorgeous piece of Victorian jewelry would have been seen at the Downton Abby dinner table. Double swags with a drop jewel train. I had to look up what they meant by sway in this piece of jewelry. Swag is described as a hanging droop. So you can see the swag coming off the two… Read More INSPIRED BY VICTORIAN JEWELRY! Would you wear the pendant?