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The Curator's Eye spotlights English and Irish antiques specialists O'Sullivan Antiques
O’Sullivan Antiques continues to use CuratorsEye.com to enhance their exhibitions in their physical gallery space by incorporating the online platform.
NEW YORK, NY.- The Curator’s Eye, the distinctive online platform for the finest art and antiques from distinguished dealers across the globe, recently spoke with Chantal O'Sullivan and Trevor O'Reilly at O'Sullivan Antiques, an English and Irish antiques specialist based in Dublin and New York.

O’Sullivan Antiques exhibited an exceptional Robert Jupe dining table on CuratorsEye.com which garnered a lot of attention. It was “perhaps because of its ingenious patented mechanism on top of the beauty and craftsmanship of the piece itself” that it seemed “to appeal to furniture enthusiasts and collectors of scientific instruments alike.”

This led to “interesting conversations” and the dealers “are happy that so many more collectors now know O'Sullivan Antiques through this table” and other pieces they exhibited with The Curator’s Eye. Importantly, they said the new collectors “are not just our local audience but global, which is important to us. With marketing and advertising, every encounter adds up to larger awareness.”

O’Sullivan Antiques continues to use CuratorsEye.com to enhance their exhibitions in their physical gallery space by incorporating the online platform. They will be hosting an exhibition of important 18th century Irish silver in their gallery, some of which will be showcased on CuratorsEye.com. Irish Georgian Silver is much rarer than London silver, and O’Sullivan will be pleased to show some choice examples to the collecting world. The exhibition opens on October 24th and runs through November 16th at their New York gallery. By participating in The Curator’s Eye, dealers like O’Sullivan can constantly exhibit their exceptional artwork to thousands more potential clients across the globe.

The Curator’s Eye offers personalized services for dealers to find a larger international audience, and has a global team of regional and specialist dealer representatives. The site presents connoisseurs with a highly selective array of art, antiques and historic objects from the most distinguished dealers and galleries around the globe. Today, collectors from Monaco, India, Italy, and Russia are among the registered members from over eighty countries. To view outstanding items available from the top dealers across the world, visit http://www.CuratorsEye.com/.



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