Salmon's ornament, chimney piece and composition manufactory, No. 5 Anglesea-Street, near College-Green, Dublin where gentlemen, architects, surveyors, builders, &c. may be supplied with ornamented chimney pieces, door and window cornices...Carvers, guilders, and cabinet-makers, may likewise be supplied with all kinds of ornaments and mouldings for glass frames, gerandoles [girandoles], chairs, tables, &c. &c. on the lowest terms. Irish and French plaster, prepared and unprepared, at the lowest prices...
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Tradecard for William Salmon's Ornament, Chimney Piece and Composition Manufactory No. 5 Anglesea-Street, Dublin. Written in manuscript hand in ink on verso are details concerning purchases made: Dublin, Sept. 26, 91  / Bgt [Bought] of Messrs Salmon....
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Dublin : [s.n.]; 1791.
This item is held in the Department of Ephemera.
Physical description: 1 tradecard : ill. ; 7.8 x 12.1 cm.
Citations/References: ‘Statuaries and plaster shops in eighteenth-century Dublin’ by Conor Lucey in P. Murphy (ed.), Art and Architecture of Ireland III: sculptors and sculpture 1600-2000, Yale University Press, 2014, pp.518-20.
Varying form of title: [Trade card for Salmon's Ornament, Chimney Piece and Composition Manufactory No. 5 Anglesea-Street, near College-Green, Dublin].
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