The National Museum of Ireland acquired the Eileen Gray collection of furniture from her apartment in Paris. We completed extensive conservation work on part of the collection, prior to it being put on display as a permanent exhibition in the National Museum at Collins Barracks.
Turlough Park, Castlebar
We completed another flagship project for the National Museum, involving conservation work on all the furniture and some of the organic artefacts in the national folklife collection which is now on exhibition at the Museum of Country Life in Turlough Park, Castlebar.

We completed conservation work on various items of 18th and 19th century furniture, for the Limerick Civic Trust. These pieces of furniture are now on display at Number 2, Pery Square in the centre of Limerick, which is itself a fine example of Georgian architecture.


Castletown House is the largest and grandest Palladian country house in Ireland, built for William Conolly (1662-1729), the Speaker of the Irish House of Commons. We worked on a collection of furnishings for Castletown House involving the conservation of Irish mid-18th century furniture, which is now on display in the house.
At Conservation|Letterfrack, we have a growing list of private clients and collectors and we have been privileged to work on a number of rare and fine objects ranging from some exceptional pieces of 18th century Irish furniture to more modern 20th century pieces. We appreciate that each object has a special value in the eyes of its owner and we work with our clients to help preserve each piece for future generations.


Read here about some examples of our conservation and restoration work with fine furniture and objects. Most of our major projects on the historical interiors of large buildings also include significant work on fine furniture and objects in these buildings. Check out also our work on the original furniture in the Cork Courthouse and Sligo Courthouse.


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