Chantal O’Sullivan opened her first shop in 1990 on Francis street in the heart of Dublin’s antiques trade. In 1995 she opened O’Sullivan Antiques New York, located in what was then the centre of Manhattan’s antique district on 10th Street before moving to the New York Design Center at 200 Lex. She continues to split her time between the two shops sourcing exquisite pieces on both sides of the pond. Renowned for it’s high quality antiques, O’Sullivan Antiques are members of the Irish Antique Dealers Association, CINOA, and the The Art and Antique Dealers League of America and deal in fine Georgian and Regency period furniture, specialising in Mahogany, Satinwood and Walnut pieces. Many of whom have stepped through the doors of O’Sullivan Antiques have described their experience as “stepping back in time and not wanting to leave.” It is a veritable Aladdin’s Cave at O’Sullivan Antiques with interesting items to be discovered in every corner. It carries a vast and ever changing range of stock comprising of all types of furniture, gilt mirrors, paintings, prints, water-colours, garden furniture, chimney pieces, firegrates, statues, lighting, decorative objects, and objets d’art. O’Sullivan Antiques have had years of experience in organising delivery of goods to any destination in the world, and would be delighted to help you with any enquiries. The pictures that have been included on these pages are an example of goods that were in stock when going to site. If there is anything that you are looking for in particular or if there is anything that draws your attention please contact us and we will always be on hand to assist you the best we can. We can help you with any queries about goods or items you are interested in, no matter how big or small.
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ANTIQUE : Object of considerable age especially item of furniture of decorative arts, having high value. Of or dating from old times; old fashioned; antique relic, especially work of art.