Bygones is noted for its pine and architectural salvage the shop also holds lots of pub memorabilia, as well as old farm implements and machinery. Some of, the pine furniture is, entirely original, while other pieces are reconstructed using old wood.
They are based in 56 Roches Street, Limerick. They offer a unique service to their clients as they buy, exchange or sell on clients behalf high-end jewellery. They also sell quality art from many famous artists. They buy scrap gold and silver and also exchange old Irish Punt to Euro.
Move on then to Noel O'Toole is a cavernous ware a house spread over three floors, which sells mainly within the trade but welcomes private buyers, too. The size of his premises allows Mr O'Toole to carry an enormous range of furniture, including some very large pieces.
They have been in the Jewellery business since 1983, specialising in Antique Jewellery. They have a Wide Variety of Top Quality Antique Jewellery and Bespoke Engagement Rings. Closed Sunday, Monday and Tuesdays. Open 10:00-17:00 Wednesday - Saturday.
Treaty Fireplaces and Stoves was established in Limerick over 30 years ago and has grown steadily ever since. Treaty Fireplaces and Stoves is a family-run business owned by John Fitzgerald, who originally set up this business with his uncle, Joe Kemmy. John's brother Maurice is the head fireplace and stove fitter and like all our fitters, is very highly trained and has years of experience within the company.