John Hunt

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Welcome Home tablecloth and matching tea cosy, which was presented by Britain’s Queen Mary to an Irish woman during the first World War (€1,000- €2,000), Niall Mullen/Victor Mee

One of the great things about auctions is the fascinating array of historical objects that come from Irish houses. Curiosities offered this month incl(...)

Johann Heinrich Kohler (setting), Moor with Tray of Minerals, Dresden, 1724.Dresden, Green Vault, Staatliche Kunstsammlungen. Copyright: Massimo Listri

Cabinets of curiosities, wonder rooms, or Wunderkammer, were collections of extraordinary objects that, like today’s museums, attempted to categorise (...)

Kerry’s Páidí Ó Sé is held aloft by supporters after Kerry’s victory over Dublin in the 1985 All-Ireland Football final. Ready to greed him is Kerry manager Mick O’Dwyer. Photograph: Ray McManus/Sportsfile

Phil O’Sullivan is one of 33 Kerry men to have lifted the Sam Maguire so far. Through the phantasmagorical collage of the Kerry football tradition, th(...)

Limerick supporter John Hunt (right) visits Croke Park with his grandson, Edward, before last year’s All Ireland final. Photograph: Tom Sheehy/Limerick Hurling Club, Chicago

Tributes have been paid to a Limerick GAA supporter, John Hunt, who has died in the United States two years shy of his 100th birthday. Mr Hunt (98), (...)

Spacek and Redford: The dialogue is witty, but sparse. The editing is leisurely. This is why we need movie stars

We may as well begin by saying what The Old Man and the Gun is not. It’s not among that exhaustingly tedious genre of old-geezer crime films that has (...)

George Stacpoole: “I find research fascinating and try and try to pass on to customers as much information as I can find.”

George Stacpoole is an antiques dealer and President of the Irish Antique Dealers Association (IADA) His shop – George Stacpoole Antiques – is at Mai(...)

John and Seamus Hunt, directors of Hunt Office.ie office supplies in Newcastle West, Co Limerick. Photograph: Kieran Clancy

HuntOffice.ie, based in Newcastle West Co Limerick, was founded by brothers Séamus and John Hunt in 1999. They saw an opportunity to start an office s(...)