Grianghraif

  1. C021.03.00106

    C021.03.00106

    1997

    Currachs: Charles O’Malley next to a currach he made in around 1970. It is one of only two surviving Clare Island-built currachs on the island.

  2. C021.16.00001

    C021.16.00001

    1975

    Currachs: Michael O’Brien in his coracle on the river Boyne - one of the few who knows how to make a coracle. He made one for the National Museum, Dublin. The coracle is made with hazel rods.

  3. C021.16.00002

    C021.16.00002

    1935

    Coracle (or river curach) and the net.

  4. C021.16.00003

    C021.16.00003

    1935

    Coracle (or river curach).

  5. C021.16.00004

    C021.16.00004

    1935

    Coracle (or river curach).

  6. C021.16.00005

    C021.16.00005

    1935

    Detail of the coracle (or river curach)

  7. C021.16.00006

    C021.16.00006

    1935

    Detail of the coracle (or river curach).

  8. C021.16.00007

    C021.16.00007

    1935

    Detail of the coracle (or river curach).

  9. C021.16.00008

    C021.16.00008

    1935

    Coracle (river curach) and nets on the riverside.

  10. C021.18.00009

    C021.18.00009

    Currachs: Naomhóga (currachs), An Blascaod Mór.

  11. C021.18.00010

    C021.18.00010

    Currachs: Naomhóga, Dún Chaoin.

  12. C021.18.00011

    C021.18.00011

    Currachs: Naomhóga, Dún Chaoin.

  13. C021.18.00012

    C021.18.00012

    Currachs: Naomhóga, Dún Chaoin.

  14. C021.18.00013

    C021.18.00013

    Currachs: Naomhóga, Dún Chaoin.

  15. C021.18.00014

    C021.18.00014

    Currachs: Naomhóga, Dún Chaoin.

  16. C021.18.00015

    C021.18.00015

    1938

    Currachs: Naomhóg (currach) Pheats Tom, An Blascaod Mór.

  17. C021.18.00016

    C021.18.00016

    1947

    Currachs: Tar brush, Dunquin.

  18. C021.18.00017

    C021.18.00017

    1947

    Currachs: Tar brush, Dunquin.

  19. C021.18.00021

    C021.18.00021

    1947

    Currachs: Currach oars.

  20. C021.18.00022

    C021.18.00022

    1947

    Currachs: Currach oars.

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