• About

  • Welcome to the Honans Antiques website where you can view some of our extensive stock of quality furniture and antiques.
    Celebrating 40 years in the business, we have been supplying our customers at home and abroad with Victorian mahogany furniture, sets of chairs and tables, sideboards, bookcases, garden furniture and statuary, oil lamps, clocks, mirrors and cast iron and marble fireplaces, and an eclectic mix of pub memorabilia and smaller items.

  • In our warehouse in Barrack St, we have 30,000 sq ft of Original Irish Country Furniture, dressers, tables, cupboards, chairs, architectural pieces etc. All our furniture is sourced here in Ireland and comes restored or in the paint. In our yard you will find garden statuary, urns, cast iron benches, gates and stone troughs.
    We provide a full service including the packing, documentation and shipping of containers, all organised on the premises. We also supply furniture to the Film Industry, if you would like further details, please do not hesitate to contact us..

  • We hope that you'll enjoy your on-line visit to “Honan’s Antique’s” and will call to see us soon. Please view our Gallery page to see just a small example of the variety of items that we stock. For a more detailed view of specific items, please select Catalogue from the above menu.
    If you are looking for a particular item that is not featured on our site, please let us know via our contact page, as we might have it in stock. If you have a question or query please do not hesitate to contact us using the details on the contacts page
    A visit to our warehouse is highly recommended!!! We are located in the West of Ireland, in the picturesque town of Gort, on the main N18 road between Galway and Limerick.

  • I absolutely love this place! I love thrift stores so I am used to very low prices. This place is not necessarily a thrift store but also not very high priced. The good news is that you walk in and there are tons of great items (no need to search and hunt at several picked-over thrift stores). And for that, you pay a little more but not those sky-high prices.

    Sarah Parker

  • The selection varies, but I have seldom walked in and not been wowed by many items. And the employees/owners have always been friendly, informative and helpful. The are enthusiastic and obviously passionate about design. Items run the gamut from midcentury to Seventies/Eighties. They never fail to have very unique, show-stopping, eye-catching items.

    Maggie Brown

  • This is a cool vintage furniture store in New York. I visited it twice last month just to look around since it's right down the street from my little brother's place. Some of the stuff looks like it came from our parents' living room since they never buy new furniture and it's probably from the 1970s. Apparently that kind of stuff is still in demand!

    Donald J. Hollow