A rare item from the Royal collection is now on display at the National Museum in Dublin.
The ‘Rana’ furniture collection contains three of the most prized pieces from the collection and a number of other items including a glass coffin from Spain.
The collection was originally on display in Paris, but the new exhibition has been opened in Dublin and will go on show until May 6.
The Royal Collection is one of the few collections to have its entire contents in one place.
The Rana furniture collection is comprised of the following furniture items: Morris furniture.
Morris chair and chair armchair.
Morristown table and chair.
Morrell table and table armchair with wooden base.
Morrris table and armchair base with wooden legs.
Morrs dining room table.
Tall Morry sofa.
Morrie chairs and table.
The collection is a significant part of the Royal Family’s collection, and the exhibition includes more than 300 pieces.
The display will last until May 31.
The National Museum is the only museum in the UK to have such a collection.
The exhibition includes furniture from France, Spain, Italy, Greece, Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland.
The Royal Collection comprises furniture from three separate collections: the French, Spanish and Italian collections.
“The collection has been in storage since the mid-19th century, and has never been on public display,” said the Royal Museum’s Director of Collections, John O’Neill.
“The Royal Museum is proud to present this remarkable collection to the public in a timely and accessible way.”