Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Superb Paul Ferriter Bronze at Martin Fennelly Gallery

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  Opportunity for you to own a Paul Ferriter Bronze. In response to phenomenal demand from around the World for the original Giant Irish Male Elk series sold in 2015, Paul has designed an amazing Sculpture 'Giant Irish Elks' (Male and Female). There will be 25 (numbered) pieces of this Sculpture. Number 1 was sold through my Gallery recently. Paul's Pieces are recognised as some of The Best in the World and even The White House in Washington has The Famed James Hoban Sculpture done by Paul at The request of The Irish Government. Paul recently sculpted the AP McCoy Bronze for Cheltenham racecourse and it is regarded by many as one of the finest Character Sculptures created in recent years. Due to private commission requests for Paul's work at the moment this series will be sculpted over the coming months.

Saturday, July 8, 2017

Lady with Panther - French Art Deco -Armand Godard - Circa 1930 - Martin Fennelly Antiques


Stylish Art Deco Sculpture - Lady with Panther. It dates to Circa 1930 and is in superb condition. It is large and created by the famed Armand Godard from France Circa 1930 and the piece is raised on a Portoro Marble Base and Onyx. The Piece is large so shipping would be expensive. Martin Fennelly Antiques - The Home in Ireland for original Art Deco Sculpture.
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Saturday, March 25, 2017

Rare Derby Porcelain Plaque John Hancock Descent from the Cross 1824

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Extremely Rare English Derby Porcelain Painted Framed Panel, depicting The Deposition, oil on porcelain panel. Signed in red "Painted by John Hancock Jnr, 1824, Mark Chapter 15" verso, contained in its original giltwood frame.
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Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Brexit Update

From The Premier Dealers - BREXIT and The Art and Antiques industry in Ireland - The British Prime Minister Teresa May in her recent speech on Brexit suggests a 'hard brexit' is to be expected. Martin Fennelly of the Premier Art and Antique Dealers of Ireland praised the fresh clarity but vowed to continue to lobby the Irish Government for a deal that benefits the Irish Antique and Art Dealers. “on behalf of The Premier Art and Antique Dealers I will be pressing the government to negotiate the best possible deal, so dealers are not subjected to the paperwork and border controls that currently apply when goods are imported from outside the EU. We don’t want to see dealers held up at the border and asked to account for import custom charges when they arrive at Holyhead Ferry crossings etc. The Premier Dealer Network have made contact with Enda Kenny's office suggesting strongly that it would be prudent to appoint an Irish 'Brexit' Minister so that the concerns of The Art and Antiques industry which is an important resource both for the Irish People and Tourists could be communicated with ease” #Brexithttps://www.facebook.com/premierantiquedealers

Thursday, February 2, 2017

English Regency Occasional Table - Mahogany - Circa 1820 at Martin Fennelly Antiques

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This English Mahogany Table dates to Circa 1820 and is in Superb Condition. The hinged top opens to revel a storage area and is supported by a carved reeded column. The Platform base has 4 splayed legs with original Castors. This is a wonderful piece of furniture and would add a touch of Regency style to any room
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Thursday, July 28, 2016

Martin Fennelly Antiques - Edwards & Roberts Display Cabinet

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Just in at Martin Fennelly Antiques
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Edwards & Roberts Display Cabinet
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Monday, May 9, 2016

Pair French Bronze and Ormolu Wall Sconces - Circa 1890 - Martin Fennelly Antiques

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These are a Very Large Pair of French Bronze and Ormolu Wall Sconces. They Date to Circa 1890 and are truly stunning.
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