Time Pieces


Located on Main Street in the heart of Roscommon town, this family business is full of character and old-world elegance. Proprietor Mary Brennan and daughter Lorna have created a real Aladdin's Cave of treasures, with every inch of space filled with beautiful and charming objects and gifts. Our selection is very personal, with all our items lovingly chosen to reflect the unique atmosphere that is *Time Pieces*.

Once you walk through the door, you experience the calm, friendly ambience that is Time Pieces. A dazzling array of hand-picked jewellery and fashion accessories is beautifully displayed among carefully selected antiques and paintings, chandeliers, mirrors, lamps, dolls, and other decorative objects
for your home. One notable feature is our collection of fully working antique clocks that chime at intervals throughout the day, prompting the shop's name -Time Pieces.


Our philosophy at Time Pieces is to stock items not generally available elsewhere, with something to please every age and we are proud to have happy customers of all ages. Great care is taken to include a selection of Irish-made crafts, pottery, paintings including local crafts made in County Roscommon.

Everyone is welcome at Time Pieces where shoppers are encouraged to browse at leisure in a relaxing, friendly atmosphere. Mary, Lorna, Agnes, Maura, Annemarie, Meabh or Rebekah will be happy to look after you. Our personal touch is our hallmark and we love chatting with our customers, some of whom come from afar. Indeed our staff has a real fascination for visitors from home and abroad and our local knowledge of people and places has helped visitors locate information on their family histories, something we are complemented about on an ongoing basis.

Come visit us in Roscommon Town, we'd love to introduce Time Pieces to you.

Location

Karen Brennan

Time Pieces

Main St

Roscommon Town

Co. Roscommon

Website

www.timepieces.ie

 

Contact

Tel: +353 9066 25408

Email: info@timepieces.ie

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Supported By

This project received grant aid from Roscommon LEADER Partnership Rural Development Programme which is financed by the Irish Government under the Rural Development Programme Ireland 2007-2013 and by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development:Europe investing in Rural Areas.