Daidí na Nollag visits the Aran Islands, county Galway in his private plane.
He gave them all umbrellas.
Bringing to #Ireland‘s #History Life 🇮🇪🎄🦃🦃🦃
My colourised and restored December 16, 1907, A. H. Poole photo featuring turkeys being delivered to Flynn & Young’s on Conduit Lane in #Waterford City.
📚#TheColourOfIreland 🇮🇪 #Christmas🎄 #IrishCulture #IrishHistory #BookTwitter pic.twitter.com/lLOHKLVUv4
— Rob Cross (@RobCross247) December 22, 2021
Now, that‘s fresh turkey.
From top; Stella McCartney red trainers, estimate €200-€300; Valentino Garavani suede/leather Shoes in a Japanese Butterfly Mary Jane pattern, estimate €400-€600. Jimmy Choo nude leather shoes and clutchbag, estimate €800-€1000
Until you’ve walked a mile in their Choo’s.
Yvonne Judge writes:
Laois auctioneer Sean Eacrett hosts a pre-owned fashion auction on November 27 featuring 700 items including shoes by Jimmy Choo, Valentino, Chanel, Prada, Stella McCartney and Ralph Lauren.
The auction is a combination of private collections from a number of sellers. The items are in mint condition.
The auction will be online on November 27 next in Sean’s County Laois showroom, (commission only extra charge) at link below…
Rob Cross writes:
My colourised c1890 photo of a mother and her ballad singer son in Newtown Castle, Lisdoonvarna, county Clare. The paper her son is holding is a printed poem with the heading ‘Lines on the Scenery Round St. Bridget’s Well in the Co. Clare.’
Bringing #Ireland‘s History to Life. 🇮🇪 🇺🇸
My restored and colourised 1890 Robert French photo
of this stunning road in a place called America in Cloghbrack, County Galway which was once in County Mayo due to a border shift between #Mayo and Galway in 1898.#TheWayWeWere #Galway pic.twitter.com/VgFdKkllNf
— Rob Cross (@RobCross247) May 6, 2021
Damn American imperialism.
Bringing #Ireland‘s History to Life. 🇨🇮⛵️⛪️
My restored and colourised c1900s Robert French photo of #Dublin Bay featuring in the background Kingstown Harbour (now Dún Laoghaire Harbour) and the steeple of St Michael’s Church next to the tower of the 1879 Town Hall.#TheWayWeWere pic.twitter.com/bSaTDmLS7m
— Rob Cross (@RobCross247) March 23, 2021