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DESIGN Auction Sunday, 21 May



Sunday 21st May at 2.30pm

AUCTION The Royal College of Physicians VENUE:  No. 6 Kildare Street Dublin 2 ON VIEW: at The Royal College of Physicians No 6 Kildare Street Dublin 2

Friday 19th: Saturday 20th: Sunday 21st:


01 6768300

11 - 7pm 10 - 5pm 10 - 2pm

COLLECTION:  Monday 22nd May from The Royal College of Physicians PURCHaser FEES: 25% (incl VAT)

de Veres 35 Kildare Street, Dublin 2 01 676 8300 Cover illustrations Front cover: Lot 161 William Scott Lot 14 Arne Jacobsen Back cover: Interior of Souter Johnson shop, Lombard Street West Inside front: Lot 21 Mies Van Der Rohe Inside back: Lot 153 Patrick Scott

Live Bidding available at: 3


Auction and Viewing: The Royal College of Physicians

Design lots 1 - 75

Peter Johnson: Lots 76-145

Irish Art: Lots 145-240

Modern Furniture & remaining items: Lots 240-end


John de Vere White Rory Guthrie 4

1† A LEATHER TALL BACK LIBRARY CHAIR, DANISH 1960s, BY HANS OLSEN on rosewood tapering legs; and a footstool. (2)

€400 - 600

2† A RECTANGULAR ROSEWOOD COFFEE TABLE, DANISH, with crossover stretcher, 130cm (w) x 76cm (d) x 44.5cm (h).

€400 - 600


3† A PAIR OF TEAK CHEST OF DRAWERS, DANISH, comprising three drawers, on tapering legs, 110cm (w) x 68cm (h) x 40cm (d).

€1000 - 1500


€800 - 1200


5† A ROSEWOOD DRESSING TABLE, DANISH 1960s, the galleried top containing pigeon holes and drawers with a mirrored hinged door, above a brush slide and three further drawers, on tapering legs, 88.5cm (w) x 110cm (h) x 46.5cm (d).

€600 - 900

6† THE SNAKE TABLE BY KNUT HESTERBERG FOR RONALD SCHMITT, c.1965, on a shaped aluminium base, 100cm (d) x 40cm (h).

€600 - 900


7† A FINE PAIR OF ROSEWOOD MODEL 118 EASY CHAIRS, DANISH 1960s, BY GRETE JALK FOR FRANCE & SONS, each bearing the makers label. (2) Grete Jalk was formally trained at the School of Arts and Crafts, going on to study with Danish master Kaare Klint at the Royal Academy of Artsin Copenhagen. Though she took part in exhibitions such as the Milan Triennial outside of Denmark, she made a name for herself with the work she did from her own design office for Fritz Hansen and Poul Jeppesen,and for her annual appearance at the Cabinetmakers’ shows. Grete Jalk

France and Son was the first Danish design company to have its own factory. They made furniture of the highest caliber. The company came to epitomise the Danish modern aesthetic, working with the major designers of the day including Arne Vodder, Grete Jalk, Peter Hvidt and Finn Juhl

€1000 - 1500


8† A PAIR OF GILT TWO TIER SQUARE SIDE TABLES, FRENCH, 1970s, 65cm (w) x 65cm (d) x 51cm (h).

€800 - 1200

9† A PAIR OF GILT THREE TIER OPEN SHELVES, 1970s, with angular supports, 75cm (w) x 50cm (d) x 100cm (h).

€600 - 900


10 A LARGE ROSEWOOD EXECUTIVE DESK, DANISH 1960s, BY DYRLUND, the rectangular top containing three pull out drawers, on a bowed base, bearing makers label, 240cm (w) x 110cm (d) x 73cm (h).

€1400 - 1800


11† A ROSEWOOD EXTENDING DINING TABLE, DANISH, with rounded ends, on twin angular supports, with two removable leaves, 261cm (l) x 99cm (d) x 73.5cm (h) (extended).

€1000 - 1500

12† A SET OF TEN DINING CHAIRS, FRENCH 1970s, with rounded tablet backs, on shaped supports. (10)

€1500 - 2500


13 A FINE TEAK DINING TABLE, DANISH 1960s, BY KURT OSTERVIG, the oval drop leaf top on an angular gate leg base, 129cm (d) x 200cm (w), extended.  Kurt Ă˜stervig (1912-1986) began his career as a naval architect in Odense, before becoming a furniture designer at a time the Danish aesthetic was flourishing. He opened his own studio in 1947 and worked as a freelance designer for the rest of his career. He designed this table for the maker Jason Mobler in the 1960s, but also designed pieces for other wellknown makers including Sibast and Bern. Pedersen & Son.

â‚Ź800 - 1200


14 A PAIR OF SWAN CHAIRS by ARNE JACOBSEN FOR FRITZ HANSEN, DANISH, c.1965, on swivel aluminium star bases, bearing Fritz Hansen Label and original black upholstery. (2) At the time of its inception, The Swan Chair was a technologically innovative chair: no straight lines – only curves. Arne Jacobsen designed it, as well as the Egg Chair, for the lobby and lounge areas at the SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen, in 1958. Back then, this project was considered the world’s first designer hotel and Jacobsen designed every element of the hotel building, including the furniture, using the opportunity to put his theories of integrated design and architecture into practice.

€2000 - 3000


Arne Jacobsen

15 A SET OF FOUR TEAK SERIES 7 CHAIRS, DANISH 1960s, BY ARNE JACOBSEN FOR FRITZ HANSEN, DENMARK, unlabeled but each stamped ‘Made in Denmark’. (4)

€600 - 900

16 A TEAK CIRCULAR DINING TABLE, DANISH 1960s, on an adjustable metal star base, 122cm diam x 72 (h). This was purchased by the vendor with the chairs as a set but has no labels or stamps.

€400 - 600


€1000 - 1500


18† A ROSEWOOD TWO DOOR UPRIGHT CABINET, with two cupboard doors above a pair of drawers on square metal legs, 116cm (w) x 42.5 (d) x 128cm (h).

€800 - 1200

19† A ROSEWOOD FOUR DOOR SIDE BOARD, on square metal legs, 240cm (w) x 42.5cm (d) x 76cm (h).

€1000 - 1500


20 A PAIR OF FALCON CHAIRS BY SIGURD RESELL FOR VATNE MOBLER, NORWAY, 1970s, with brown leather sling seats on bentwood bases, bearing makers label.

€1200 - 1600


21 A PAIR OF MR CHAIRS, BY LUDWIG MIES VAN DER ROHE FOR KNOLL INTERNATIONAL, with original tanned leather seats on tubular chrome frame bearing the Knoll studio stamp to the base. Born in Germany, Mies van der Rohe was the Director of the Bauhaus from 1930-1933. He immigrated to the United States in 1938 and continued his design career. He is responsible for a number of famous architectural projects including the Seagram Building in New York, the Berlin National Gallery, and 860-880 Lake Shore Drive in Chicago. Three names come up when discussing the origins of the bent-steel cantilevered chair. Marcel Breuer is widely credited with pioneering the exploration of the material, Mart Stam seems to be the first to conceive a “chair without back legs”, and Mies van der Rohe is remembered as the one who made it beautiful. It is believed that Mart Stam described his idea — a continuous loop of steel (he used a thinner gauge gas pipe in the earliest versions) with a cantilevered seat – at a meeting of the Werkbund in 1926. In attendance were Marcel Breuer and Mies van der Rohe, both of whom were inspired to design cantilever chairs. Mies replaced the right angles on the front legs with a graceful curve which had the advantage of increasing elasticity while preventing material fatigue. Mies first showed the MR 10 and MR20 at the Stuttgart Weissenhof Estate – a seminal Werkbund exhibition, which first brought modernist works to the public, with buildings designed by Peter Behrens, Walter Gropius, Le Corbusier, Mies van der Rohe and others. The MR40 Lounge Chair was designed in 1931. This lounge takes advantage of the aesthetic qualities of tubular steel, a supposedly utilitarian material, while exuding luxury through the contrast between padded leather and the minimalism of its chrome frame.

€1500 - 2000


22 A ROSEWOOD MOBILE BAR, DANISH, 1960s, BY ERIK BUCH, opening to reveal a fitted interior and bar compartments, with adjustable extending countertop, 90.5cm (w) x 50cm (d) x 101.5cm (h), closed.

€1500 - 2000

23 A PAIR OF TALL BAR STOOLS, BY ERIK BUCH FOR DYRLUND, DANISH, 1960s with leather seats on tapering legs, bearing makers labels. (2)

€300 - 500 18

24 A ROSEWOOD FLOATING CABINET, DANISH 1960s, with mirrored sliding doors, 180cm (w) x 45cm (h) x 30cm (d).

€400 - 600

25 A SET OF SIX TEAK DINING CHAIRS, DANISH, with plain backs, above rush seats, on tapering legs. (6)

€600 - 900


26† A ROSEWOOD BOOKCASE, DANISH, the open shelved superstructure on a base with three cupboard doors, 149cm (w) x 176cm (h) x 51cm (d).

€600 - 1000 20

27† A ROSEWOOD CHEST, DANISH, comprising six short drawers, on plinth base, 100cm (w) x 50cm (d) x 50cm (h).

€300 - 500

28† A TEAK KNEEHOLE DESK, DANISH, with a pair of floating three drawer compartments to one side, on tapering legs, 150 (w) x 74 cm (d) x 74cm (h).

€400 - 600


29† A WALNUT VENEERED CIRCULAR DINING TABLE, raised on a splayed chrome base, 120cm (dia) x 73cm (h).

€800 - 1200

30† A SET OF SIX DINING CHAIRS, 1970s, with shaped backs above upholstered seats on tapering legs.

€600 - 1000


31 A ROSEWOOD DESK, by Gianfranco FRATANI FOR BERNINI, Italian, 1960s, the top with tambor doors, tambor shutter doors revealing a cupboard interior a base with two frieze drawers to one side and shelves to the other on trestle ended legs joined by a stratcher. Bearing the makers label. 103cm (w) x 80cm (d) x 71cm (h).

â‚Ź1500 - 2000


32 A FINE SOLID ROSEWOOD SIDEBOARD, attributed to Gianfranco Frattini, circa 1965 with four drawers above four cupboard doors on tapering legs, 240cm (w) x 80cm (h) x 45 cm (d).

€1000 - 2000

33 A CHROME COFFEE TABLE, ITALIAN, 1960s, with smoked glass top on a shaped base, 89cm square.

€400 - 600


34† A ROSEWOOD UPRIGHT TWO DOOR SIDE CABINET, 1960s, revealing a shelved interior, the base with tapering legs, 100cm (w) x 151cm (h) x 31cm (d).

€800 - 1200


35† A FINE UPHOLSTERED ITALIAN THREE PIECE SUITE, 1960s, ATTRIBUTED TO ICO PARISI, comprising a pair of tub shaped armchairs on splayed feet and a shaped three seat settee on splayed feet. Pair of armchairs 76cm (w) x 79cm (d) x 79cm (h), settee 204cm (w) x 103cm (d) x 79cm (h).

€2000 - 3000



36† AN OVAL MARBLE TOPPED COFFEE TABLE, 1970s, on a splayed rosewood base, 129.5cm (w) x 63.5cm (d) x 35.5 (h).

€400 - 600

37† A PAIR OF ITALIAN WING BACK CHAIRS, 1960s, with shaped arms, on tapering legs.

€800 - 1200


38† A WALNUT VENEERED HALL TABLE, ITALIAN, 1970s, BY ZEVI, on a chrome base 151cm (w) x 45cm (d) x 78cm (h), bearing label.

€400 - 600

39† A WALNUT VENEERED SQUARE LOW TABLE, on square gilt legs, 124cm square x 41cm (h).

€600 - 900


40† A POLISHED BRASS LOW TABLE, 1970s, the plate glass top on an angular base, 121cm (w) x 60cm (d) x 66cm (h).

€600 - 900

41 A SET OF FOUR TEAK DINING CHAIRS, DANISH, with plain tablet backs, on tapering legs.

€400 - 600


42† A 1960s DESK LAMP, BY FASE, on a swivel base, 40cm (h).

€300 - 500

43 AN ELIPTICAL COFFEE TABLE, BY CINI BOERI, the thick glass top on a cantilever marble plinth base, 128cm (w) x 45cm (d).

€600 - 900


44 A FINE WALNUT SIDE CABINET, ITALIAN 1950s, with double ribbed doors, revealing a fitted interior, on tapering legs, 160cm (w) x 52cm (d) x 100cm (h).

€1500 - 2500


45† a harco floor uplighter, 1970s, 171cm (h).

46† A CHROME FLOOR LAMP, ITALIAN 1960s, ATTRIBUTED TO REGGIANI, with winding graduating tubular fittings, 164cm (h).


€200 - 300 €600 - 900

48† A PAIR OF SQUARE MIRROR TABLES, ITALIAN 1970s, on castors, 86.5cm (w) x 86.5cm (d) x 49cm (h) each.

€600 - 900


€800 - 1200

49† A GREEN MARBLE TOPPED DINING TABLE, on chrome splayed base, 198cm (l) x 98cm (d) x 73cm (h).

€1000 - 1500


50 A SET OF SIX CHROME DINING CHAIRS, ITALIAN, 1960s, with railed backs on shaped support. (6)

€600 - 900

51† A PAIR OF BRUSHED METAL CUBE SIDE TABLES, 1970s, 40cm x 40cm x 40cm..

€600 - 900


52† A PAIR OF UPHOLSTERED LOW CHAIRS, Italian 1960s, on short tapering legs.

53 A BURR MAPLE AND CHROME MOUNTED COFFEE TABLE, FRENCH, 1970s, on block legs, 130cm (w) x 75cm (d) x 34cm (h).

€300 - 500

€500 - 700

54 A BURR ELM AND BRASS HALL TABLE, 1970s, with mirrored top above a pair of frieze drawers on geometric base. 150cm (w) x 90cm (h) x 50cm (d).

€800 - 1200



€600 - 900

57 A SPUTNIK CHANDELIER, Italian, 1960s, with brass and enamel fittings. 105cm (h) x 98 cm (dia).

€1500 - 2000

55† AN OVAL AND ROSEWOOD SHAPED WALL MIRROR, attributed to Campo e Graffi, 142cm (h) x 39cm (w).

€600 - 900 37

58† A GILT LACQUERED TIERED COFFEE TABLE, FRENCH 1970s, on block legs, 137cm (w) x 90cm (d) x 33cm (h).

59† A SQUARE GILT LOW TABLE EN SUITE, FRENCH 1970s, 75cm x 75cm x 47cm.

€400 - 600

60† A POLISHED METAL AND GILT ICE BUCKET, French, 1970s, with lift up lid revealing an ice compartment complete with matching ice tongs, 20cm x 20cm.

€200 - 300


€200 - 400

61 Paul Philippe 1870-1930 AWAKENING (c.1920) Bronze, 40cm high, signed.

€1500 - 2500

62† Modern School COURTING HERONS Bronze, 43cm high (excluding base).

€400 - 600


63 Pablo Picasso 1881-1973 OISEAU GLASS, 1955 Glazed and painted ceramic, stamped Edition Picasso and Madoura Plein Feu, edition Picasso 70/200, 8¼" high.

€4000 - 6000 40

64† A CHROME AND GILT COFFEE TABLE, FRENCH 1970s, on block columnar supports, 120cm (w) x 60cm (d) x 35cm (h).

€400 - 600

65† A PAIR CHROME AND GILT LOW TABLES EN SUITE, FRENCH 1970s, on block columnar supports, 55cm x 55cm x 35cm (h).

€400 - 600


66† A ROSEWOOD UPRIGHT BOOKCASE, DANISH, with open shelving, the base with two cupboard doors, 100cm (w) x 50cm (d) x 270cm (h).

67† A ROSEWOOD UPRIGHT BOOKCASE, DANISH, with open shelving, the base with two cupboard doors, 100cm (w) x 50cm (d) x 185cm (h).

€400 - 600

€400 - 600

68† A PAIR OF SQUARE BURR WALNUT LOW TABLES, FRENCH 1970s, on square legs, 90cm square x 27cm (h).

€400 - 600 42

69† A GILT TWO TIER HALL TABLE, FRENCH, 1970s, 120cm (w) x 50cm (d) x 57cm (h).

70 A ROSEWOOD NEST OF TABLES, DANISH 1960s, on tapering legs, 58.5cm (w) x 37cm (d) x 48cm (h).

€400 - 600

€300 - 500


€300 - 500

72† A TWO SEATER HALL SEAT, 1970s, on angular chrome supports, 98cm (w) x 80cm (h) x 48cm (d). 43

€200 - 300

73 A HEAVILY SHAPED GLASS COFFEE TABLE, 1970s, ITALIAN, PROBABLY MURANO, 130cm (w) x 70cm (d) x 35 cm (h).

€1500 - 2000

74 A CHROME AND GILT FRAMED WALL MIRROR, 1970s, 90cm x 61cm.

€300 - 500

75 A MACCASSAR FLOATING WALL CABINET, FRENCH, 1970s, 190cm (w) x 65cm (h) x 22cm (d).

€400 - 600



The following lots (76-145) come from Interior Designer Peter Johnson’s Dublin shop on Lombard Street West

Interior designer Peter Johnson, was one of Ireland’s best, noted for his brilliant eye, exceptional taste and ability to create interiors that were relaxing as well as elegant and stylish. The Johnson stamp can be seen on some of Ireland finest spots, among them the K-Club, Castletown House, Farmleigh Lodge and Kelly’s Hotel in Rosslare. Then there were the people lucky enough to have him work on their own homes, including former Taoiseach Albert Reynolds and his wife, Kathleen. Johnson had many exceptionally happy clients, many of whom became lifelong friends. Pieces were sourced on trips to Copenhagen, Helsinki, Rome and latterly France, where Peter and Natasha converted a garage in the Dordogne into a furniture store and home. Johnson was one of the first designers in Ireland to popularise the Scandinavian design aesthetic, mixed with mid-century modern. Repainted, restored and reupholstered, the pieces were then destined for the shop on Cow’s Lane, which closed in 2009, and also the showroom on Lombard Street West. “Yes, they were to sell,” says Tash, “but he only bought what he liked. Some were so nice, I hung on to a few.” Bill Kelly of Kelly’s Hotel was a long standing client. “My mother came across his work,” recalls Bill Kelly. “He’d finished a show apartment in Dublin, and Mum thought it was fantastic. So when I came back to work at Kelly’s 30 years ago, Peter was already installed, and worked with us ever since.” So what makes his work so special? “He had a real artist’s eye,” says Kelly. “Not only for decorating, but hanging paintings too, and he loved mixing colours in a room. You’d never get matching bedspreads and curtains with him. Instead, he’d mismatch to give a real sense of style, and a sense of comfort and atmosphere.” Kelly’s has just opened a Peter Johnson Suite in his honour. 

Extract from Gemma Tipton’s Irish Times article Saturday, 29th April 2017



76 A BENTWOOD CHAIR BACK SETTEE by Thonet, bearing label, 113cm x 98cm (h) x 54cm (d).


€300 - 500 77A ANOTHER SIMILAR.

78 A PAIR OF ANGULAR SIDE TABLES, BY KNUT KLIMMEK, with laminate veneer tops and sides, 40cm (w) x 53cm (d) x 41cm (h) and 46.5cm (h). €300 - 500 48

79 THE PERNILLA 3 LOUNGE CHAIR, BY BRUNO MATHSSON FOR BRUNO MATHSSON INTERNATIONAL, 2009, in beech and Tundra green upholstery, bearing makers stamp.

Bruno Mathsson was a Swedish furniture designer  and architect with ideas rooted in the Scandinavian design tradition. He was one of the first  Scandinavians to embrace undulating, biomorphic forms in furniture. His early pieces, such as the   “Pernilla” series of chairs, incorporate dramatically Bruno Matheson flowing bent beech wood frames, making them some of the most instantly recognizable works of 20th-century design.

He was also a pioneer of ergonomics – he is said to have based the contours of his chairs on the impression his body made when he sat in a snow bank – and used supple, accommodating woven webbing for seats.

€1000 - 1500


80 THE PEGGYU CHAIR, DUTCH, BY POLS POTTEN in walnut, bearing stamp.

€400 - 600

81 A CARLOS REMES GREEN CRACKLE LAMP, 49cm high including shade.

€100 - 200

82 A SCULPTURES JEUX TABLE NUIT, in walnut and red, 43cm x 43cm x 73cm (h) (adjustable height) signed edition Bernard Vuarnesson.

€200 - 400


82A A SCULPTURES JEUX TABLE NUIT, in oak and white, 43 cm x 43cm x 73cm (h) (adjustable height) bearing stamp.

83 THE EJ205-S FLAMINGO CHAIR, BY JOHANNES FOERSOM & PETER HIORT-LORENZEN, FOR ERIK JORGENSEN, upholstered in Divina Melange, on a steel star base.

€200 - 400

Elegant and straight-backed like a standing flamingo on its long slender legs and wing span, Foersom Hiort-Lorenzen’s neo-classic from 2003 expresses a rare sense of modernity. Flamingo is aesthetics, ergonomics and excellent craftsmanship in a contemporary combination and appears in New York’s Museum of Modern Arts collection.


€400 - 600

84 THE JETSON 66 CHAIR, by Bruno MATHSSON for Bruno Mathsson International, in tan leather on chrome circular base, bearing label.  Bruno Mathsson had always considered wood to be the material he believed most suited his ideas for the design of modern furniture. However in the 1960s he employed an entirely new suite of materials including stainless tubular steel. As with his bent laminated furniture he strived to minimise the amount of padding required allowing the form to provide the right level of support. In 1965, inspired by the advent of the space age he designed an easy chair which he exhibited for the first time at an exhibition in Malmö a year later. The futurist appearance of Mathsson’s design gained the chair the nickname of Jetson after the American cartoon series “The Jetsons”. The chair was relaunched by Bruno Mathsson International in 2005 to the designer’s original specification as Jetson 66.

€600 - 1000

Bruno Mathsson in the Jetson 66 Chair


85 THE EJ5 CORONA CHAIR BY PAUL VOLTHER, FOR ERIK JORGENSEN, DENMARK, on a metal swivel star base, bearing label. Like all the great Danish designers Paul Volther was a firm believer in ‘Functionalism’. He studied furniture design at the Arts and Crafts School in Copenhagen.

Paul Volther

Jack Nicholson in Carnal Knowledge

The Corona Chair was designed in 1961. The original consisted of a wooden skeleton on which a series of oval cushions provided the seat and the rising back. The idea was that it would allow the body to relax in various positions. The following year, as the result of cooperation between Volther and the recently established Erik Jørgensen furniture factory, a new model with a chrome-plated steel frame was marketed in 1964. The Corona Chair was used at the 2002 EU Summit in Copenhagen, the year after Volther died. Today, with its elliptical, blow-up cushions, annual sales total almost 3,000 a year. €1400-1800


86  THE LAVINIA LAMP by Masayuki Kurosawa for Artemide, circa 1965, bearing label and stamped on the underside to the base, 46cm (h) x 66cm (w). €1500 - 2000 86A THE LAVINIA LAMP by Masayuki Kurosawa for Artemide, circa 1965, bearing label and stamped on the underside to the base, 46cm (h) x 66cm (w). €1500 - 2000


87 THE TULIP CONSOLE TABLE by DRUGEOT, with glass top, 127cm (w) x 82cm (h) x 40cm (d).

€300 - 500


88 A SET OF SIX BENTWOOD ARMCHAIRS, BY BY TON, the shaped backs, above cane seats. (6) €400 - 600 88A A SET OF SIX BENTWOOD ARMCHAIRS, BY TON, in black, with caned seats. (6)


€1500 - 2000


90 THE MINA CHAIR, BY BRUNO MATHSSON FOR BRUNO MATHSSON INTERNATIONAL, the ash frame woven in hessian, stamped by the maker.  Bruno Mathsson had introduced his three basic chair models, easy, working and lounge chair (Model 36), in the late 1930’s and as early as  1942  had  designed  a variation of the easy chair (called Model 42)  in which he combined the seat, back and front legs to form a single curved frame of laminated wood. However, the idea was dropped as the glue was not strong enough to hold the structure of such a complex shape together. In 1978, with stronger glues available, Mathsson developed his original idea further developing both the work chair, which was named Mina and the easy chair named Miranda. Both Miranda and Mina have a softer leading edge to the front of the seat to aid blood circulation. €600 - 900 90A THE MINA CHAIR, BRUNO MATHSSON, in leather. €600 - 900

91 THE MIFOT FOOTSTOOL, BY BRUNO MATHSSON, FOR BRUNO MATHSSON INTERNATIONAL, in Tundra Green, bearing stamp. Mifot Mi431 is the perfect partner for the Miranda Chair, the addition of which flows seamlessly from the chair forming a full length chaise longue on which to recline and relax. €300 - 500


92 THE SAFARI CHAIR, DANISH, BY Kaare KLINT FOR CARL HANSEN, in ash and natural canvas, stamped ‘Made in Denmark, no. 5570’. Kaare Klint is regarded as the father of Danish Design, with the focus very much on ‘form follows function’. With The Safari Chair he was captivated by the chairs an American cinematographer and his wife had used on their African safari and set out to transform the portable knockdown archetype into an elegant design for modern interiors. Klint delved into simplifying, clarifying and refining the chair’s composition, exhibiting his final Safari Chair design in 1933 at the Copenhagen Cabinetmakers’ Guild Exhibition. While inspired by its British predecessor, Klint’s sophisticated, lightweight chair is defined by his signature systematic approach, fine craftsmanship, well-conceived proportions, and remarkable material effects.

€400 - 600 58

93 AN UDJUSTABLE ‘TALLER UNO’ KM LAMP, in polished chrome finish, 72cm (h).


€100 - 200

€100 - 200

96 THE TABOURET RED STOOL, By Jorgen Moller for Askman, 52cm (w) x 30cm (d) x 42cm (h), bearing label.

€80 - 120

97 A PAIR OF TABOURET BLACK STOOL, By Jorgen Moller for Askman, each 52cm (w) x 30cm (d) x 42cm (h), bearing label

95 THE TABOURET ZEBRIANO STOOL, By Jorgen Moller for Askman, 52cm (w) x 30cm (d) x 42cm (h), bearing label.

€100 - 200


€100 - 200

98 A LARGE CONTEMPORARY HAND MADE WALL TAPESTRY, in Classical style, 244cm (h) x 374cm (w).

€4000 - 6000

99 A PAIR OF C2 JASON CHAIRS, by Carl Jacobs for Kandya, bearing makers label.

€100 - 200

100 A PAIR OF VAUGHAN LIGHTING FENTON STORM WALL LIGHTS, with glass flared shades, each 54cm (h). €200 - 300



102 A PAIR OF GEORGIAN STYLE OPEN ARMCHAIR FRAMES, on square chamfered legs. (2)

103 A PAIR OF WING BACK ARMCHAIR FRAMES, on ring turned legs. (2)

€300 - 500

€300 - 500

€400 - 600

104 A MAHOGANY FRAMED REGENCY STYLE GRECIAN SOFA, with scrolling arms, upholstered in floral BERBARD THORPE tapestry, 200cm (w) x 73cm (d) x 88cm (h).

105 A PAIR OF VELVET SWEDISH STYLE CLUB CHAIRS, with button trimming, on splayed legs. €600 - 900

€1000 - 1500 106 A PAIR OF FRENCH EASY CHAIRS, with teak arm rests, on metal adjustable frames. €300 - 500 107 A MODERN EASY CHAIR AND OTTOMAN, BY ORIOR, upholstered in Colefax & Fowler fabric. €300 - 500 108 AN OAK WALL MOUNTED FLOATING CABINET, BY TRANEKAER, MODERN, with three deep pull out drawers, 190cm (w) x 71cm (h) x 32cm (d). €300 - 500 61

109 A CIRCULAR DOMUS 152 DINING TABLE, BY IMS the white glass circular top on a crossover base, 152cm (dia) x 75cm (h). €600 - 900

110 A PAIR OF TILE TOPPED SIDE TABLES, FRENCH, 53cm (w) x 40cm (d) x 76cm (h).

111 A HANDMADE THREE SEATER LE CANAPE ANGLAIS SOFA, BY DU LONG & DU LÉ. Upholstered in blue linen, 192cm (w) x 88cm (d) x 77cm (h).

€200 - 300

€400 - 600



€100 - 200

€300 - 500

114 A MODERN DESK LAMP, 41cm high. €100 - 200

115 A PAIR OF SWIVEL DESK CHAIRS, BY VIASIT, 1996, on reclining swivel bases, bearing German label.



€200 - 400

€200 - 400

€200 - 300

118 A MAHOGANY BED CANAPE, MODERN, 206cm (w) x 90cm (d). €300 - 500 128 A WALNUT 1960s COCKTAIL CABINET, BY BEAUTILITY, with pull out mirrored bar section, bearing label, 152cm (w) x 43cm (d) x 82cm (h).

119 A 1970s TILED TOP COFFEE TABLE, DANISH, on chrome base, 123cm (l)x 46 cm (d) x 40cm (h). €200 - 300

€400 - 600

120 AN OAK WRITING DESK, BY CLOCK HOUSE, SCOTLAND with two frieze drawers on block legs with chrome feet, 120cm (w) 60cm (d) x 75cm (h).

129 A VAUGHAN HANGING HALL LANTERN, 78cm high. €100 - 200

€300 - 500


121 A GILT OVERMANTEL MIRROR, with pillared supports, 88cm (w) x 52cm (h).

€200 - 300

€100 - 200

131 A SISKO TALL LIBRARY BOOKCASE AND CHAIR, 260cm (h) x 55cm (w) x 60cm (d).

122 A CAROLS REMES TEMPLE JAR TABLE LAMP, 69cm (h) including shade.

€200 - 300

€80 - 120

132 AN UPHOLSTERED BEDROOM CHAIR, upholstered in blue Chanee Ducrocq fabric.


€300 - 500

€200 - 400 124 A SISKO CD SHELF, 194cm (h).

133 AN EMPIRE STYLE SIDE CABINET, comprising two freize drawers above cupboard doors, 131cm (w) x 97 cm (h) x 63 cm (d).

€200 - 300

€400 - 600

125 THE TIZIO LAMP, BY RICHARD SAPPER FOR ARTEMIDE, ITALY, bearing label, approx. 80cm high (adjustable).


€150 - 250 126 A SISKO EGGSHELL PHOTO LADDER in Oak, 240cm (h).


€100 - 200

€50 - 100

127 ABAMBOO WRITING DESK with leather top, central frieze drawer on castors.

136 A PUMP ACTION DRAWING BOARD, French 20th Century, 163cm x 135cm. €200 - 300

€150 - 250 63

137 AN UPHOLSTERED WING BACK ARM CHAIR, in Georgian Style, on square legs.

142 A COLLECTION OF WALLPAPER SAMPLE BOOKS including Liberty, Nobilis, Zuber, Mauny Paris and Watts & Co Limited.

€400 - 600

€200 - 300

138 AN UPHOLSTERED LIBRARY CHAIR, French, c.1900, upholstered Casa Mance fabric.

143 A DANISH TEAK HANGING PENDANT LIGHT, DANISH, 1960s, with perspex globular shades.

€300 - 500

€400 - 600

139 A RED STRIPED TURKISH FLOOR RUG, BY KOLEKSIYON, 240cm x 183cm, bearing label.

144 A COLLECTION OF EIGHT BLACK AND WHITE PHOTOGRAPHS, by Hugh Doran, capturing Irish interiors.

€300 - 500 140 A FRENCH LOW TABLE, with laminate top on tapering legs, 110cm (w) x 55cm (d) x 61 cm (h).

€100 - 200

141 Gillian Friedman, FRAMED WALL SAMPLE, 43cm x 43cm.


€100 - 200

€100 - 200

€100 - 200

146 Charles Tyrrell, b.1950 C6.04 Oil on board, diptych, 35½" x 70" (90 x 178cm), signed, inscribed & dated 2004 verso. €4000 - 6000


147 Patrick Redmond, Contemporary STILL LIFE OF FRUIT AND VEGETABLES Oil on board, 17¾" x 24" (50 x 61cm), signed & dated 2006 verso. Provenance: The Molesworth Gallery, Dublin (label verso). €400 - 600

148 Neil Shawcross RHA RUA b.1940 OREGON FRUIT PRODUCTS – PIE CHERRIES Oil on paper, 53" x 37" (135 x 94cm), signed & dated 2004.

149 Neil Shawcross RHA RUA b.1940 AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF MARGOT ASQUITH Watercolour, 17¾" x 22¾" (45 x 58 cm). €1200 - 1600

€2500 - 3500


Patrick Scott Patrick Scott is exceptional in Irish cultural history for the range and quality of his work across the fields of art and design for well over half a century. He initially trained as an architect, and for 15 years worked with Michael Scott in that capacity. While he never really harboured architectural ambitions, and was much more inclined towards solving design problems, there is perhaps an architectonic quality to the geometric compositions of his paintings. From designing Christmas Cards to the railway carriage livery for CIE, or devising the gallery setting for the first Rosc exhibition of international art in 1967, he brought a consistently spare, practical sensibility to bear on the task at hand. In many ways, that sensibility is at its purest in his paintings and his other personal work. By the beginning of the 1960s, he was set on a course that led to what can be termed his mature style. At that stage he made a series of transitional paintings that are also exceptional and fully achieved in their own right. Their transitional character lies in the way they refer back to the soft, amorphous works he had recently created by soaking pigment into raw, unprimed canvas. He was inspired by the saturated landscapes of the midland bogs. But, while his ‘Device’ paintings hark back, they also look forwards in refining the motif of the circle, evident in his painting almost from the beginning, establishing its pre-eminence in his work for the rest of his life. He greatly admired the Japanese flag, a red solar disc against a white ground, and what it exemplified: a pared-down, Zen-influenced aesthetic of formal simplicity, naturalness and tranquillity.  Aidan Dunne The following works by Patrick Scott (lots 150-157) come from a Private Collection in New York. They were acquired directly from the artist over a number of years and visits, being lifelong friends. The collection was subsequently bequeathed to the current owner and is offered for sale for the first time.


150 Patrick Scott HRHA 1921-2014 GOLD PAINTING Gold Leaf and acrylic on unprimed canvas, 13" x 15" (33 x 38cm), signed & inscribed verso. €2000 - 4000

151 Patrick Scott HRHA 1921-2014 GOLD PAINTING Gold leaf and acrylic on unprimed canvas, 13" x 13" (33 x 33cm), signed & inscribed verso. €2000 - 4000


152 Patrick Scott HRHA 1921-2014 UNTITLED Acrylic on unprimed canvas, 42" x 34" (106.8 X 86.4cm). €3000 - 5000


153 Patrick Scott HRHA 1921-2014 SKETCH FOR ST. PAULS ’83, Gold Leaf and acrylic on unprimed canvas, 36" x 36" (91.5 x 91.5cm), signed, inscribed & dated ’83 verso. €8000 - 12000


154 Patrick Scott HRHA 1921-2014 CHINESE LANDSCAPE Gold leaf and tempura on unprimed canvas, 24" x 24" (61 x 61cm), signed inscribed & dated 12/86 verso. €8000 - 12000


155 Patrick Scott HRHA 1921-2014 UNTITLED Gold Leaf and pencil on unprimed canvas, 24" x 24" (61 x 61cm), signed & dated ’83 verso. €8000 - 12000


156 Patrick Scott HRHA 1921-2014 SOLAR DEVICE Acrylic on unprimed canvas, 30" x 22" (76 x 56cm). €1500 - 2500


157 Patrick Scott HRHA 1921-2014 UNTITLED Acrylic on unprimed canvas, 24" x 24" (61 x 61cm).

158 Felim Egan b.1952 DARK DAWN Acrylic and mixed media on canvas, 36¼" x 36¼" (92 x 92cm), signed & dated 2006 verso.

€1000 - 1500 €2500 - 3500

159 Francis Tansey b.1959 AFTER BLUE IMAGE Arcylic on canvas, 20" x 34" (51 x 86.5cm), signed, inscribed & dated 1985 verso.

160 Francis Tansey b.1959 YELLOW ON RED Arcylic on canvas, 19¾" x 19¾" (50 x 50cm), signed inscribed & dated 5/85 verso.

Provenanace: The Solomon Gallery (label verso).

Provenance: The Solomon Gallery (label verso). €700 - 1000 €400 - 600 73

161 William Scott CBE RA 1913-1989 STIIL LIFE WITH 8 FORMS (1970) Oil on canvas, 48" x 78" (122 x 198cm), signed, inscribed & dated verso. Provenance: Falchi Arte Moderna, Milan (label verso); Private Collection; New Art Centre, London; Bernard Jacobson Gallery (label verso), London; Private Collection. Exhibition: Milan, Falchi Arte Moderna, William Scott, October 1972, cat. no.3, illustrated in the catalogue; Dublin, Kerlin Gallery, William Scott, 11 October - 9 November 1996, cat. no.7. (label verso). Literature: Bernard Jacobson Gallery, William Scott, Modern British Masters Vol.1, 1990, no.16, illustrated in colour; Norbert Lynton, William Scott, Thames and Hudson, London, 2004, illustrated plate 216, p.340. The renowned painter William Scott was born in Greenock in 1913 in fairly impoverished circumstances. His mother, Agnes, was Scottish, but his father William, a sign painter and decorator, was from Enniskillen and was always keen to return there which he did, alone, in 1924, sending instructions to his wife to follow him with their children. Sadly, just three years later he was killed when attempting to rescue someone trapped in a burning building. Scott’s first technical instruction was from his father. He was lucky to find a gifted art teacher, Kathleen Bridle, who was acquainted with modern painting. Attracted by the promise of free tuition, he studied at the Royal Academy Schools in London. He married a fellow student, Hilda Mary Lucas. They moved around, spending time in France and briefly in Dublin before eventually settling in England. Scott worked at refining a form of simplified realism in his painting and, by the end of the 1940s, was developing a distinctively personal approach to still life, landscape and the figure. While he was open to aspects of abstraction, it was always important to him that his art kept its feet on the ground and not become purely abstract. Gradually still life became dominant but, as with Giorgio Morandi, while his ostensible subject was still life, there was a universality to his treatment of it. Humble utensils, crockery, pots and pans and foodstuffs attain a majestic, monumental quality in his beautifully poised compositions. His mastery of three basic pictorial components – line, colour and form – was always assured and was, later on, influenced by his admiration for Japanese and Egyptian art. By the late 1950s he had found his pictorial language, which he went on to explore and expand until the early 1980s.  Aidan Dunne €200000 - 300000



162 Bernadette Kiely b.1958 FLOW (FLOOD) Oil on canvas, 48" x 55" (122 x 140cm), signed, inscribed & dated 2007 verso. Provenance: Taylor Galleries (label verso). â‚Ź4000 - 6000


163 Tony O’Malley HRHA 1913-2003 SPANISH INSCAPE Oil on board, 36" x 60" (91 x 152.5cm), scatched with initials & dated 6/98; signed, inscribed & dated 6/98 verso, Opus No. 6214. Provenance: Taylor Galleries, Dublin, Cat. No. 12 (label verso). €14000 - 18000


164 Tony O’Malley HRHA 1913-2003 VISUAL DIARY II Oil and collage on board, 27" x 22" (68 x 56cm), signed & dated 1974, signed, inscribed & dated verso. €4000 - 6000


165 Charles Tyrrell b.1950 ENGAGE Oil on canvas, laid on board, 35" x 35" (89 x 89cm), signed, inscribed & dated verso. â‚Ź5000 - 7000


166 Pat Harris b.1953 CHINESE PEAR Oil on canvas, 19½" x 15¾" (50 x 40cm), signed, inscribed & dated ’02 verso.

167 Pat Harris b.1953 ROCK 2004 Oil on canvas, 23½" x 27½" (60 x 70cm). Provenance: Taylor Galleries (label verso).

Provenance: Taylor Galleries (label verso). €2000 - 3000 €1500 - 2000 Born in Dublin in 1953. Harris studied at the NCAD & Higher Institute of Fine Art Antwerp. Regarded as one of Ireland’s leading figurative painters. He has only recently returned from his work in Antwerp, where he spent many years. His work is referenced in numerous public and private collections. He is represented in Ireland by Taylor Galleries (Dublin) and in the U.K. by Purdy Hicks (London). He is currently a member of Aosdana.


168 William Crozier HRHA 1930-2011 HEADLAND LANDSCAPE Oil on paper, 22¼" x 29¼" (56 x 74.5cm), signed & dated 1991. €4000 - 6000

169 John Noel Smith b.1952 LILIFORUM Oil on canvas, 39¼" x 23½" (100 x 60cm), signed, inscribed & dated 2007 verso. Provenance: Hillsboro Fine Art (label verso). €2000 - 3000


170 Hughie O’Donoghue b.1953 ON THE RAPIDO II �ROMA� Oil on linen canvas, 52" x 61" (132 x 155cm), signed, inscribed & dated 1998 verso. Provenance: Purdy Hicks Gallery, London (label verso). Literature: �Hughie O�Donoghue, Painting, Memory, Myth� by James Hamilton for Merrel, 2003 (illus). €12000 - 16000


171 Barrie Cooke HRHA b.1931 LITTLE WANGANUI RIVER (1998) Oil on canvas, 54" x 60" (137 x 152cm), signed, inscribed & dated 1998 verso. Provenance: The Kerlin Gallery, Dublin (label verso). €5000 - 7000


172 Patrick O�Reilly b.1957 RED STRIPE Acrylic on canvas, 63" x 99¼" (160cm x 252cm), signed verso. €2000 - 3000


173 William Scott CBE RA 1913-1989 BLACK PAN AND CUP Coloured screenprint, artist’s proof, image size 23½" x 30½" (60 x 77.5cm), signed & dated 1970, ed. A/P. €5000 - 7000


174† William Scott CBE RA 1913-1980 STILL LIFE WITH ORANGE NOTES Wool tapestry, 1980, 152.5 x 244cm, edition 19/25, signed & inscribed label verso. Provnenace: Barry Cronin Fine Art Limited, Gimpel Fils Limited London (label verso). €8000 - 12000


175† Alan Davie RA 1920-2014 FLAG WALK, 1974 Wool pile tapestry in colours, 208 x 279cm, signed & numbered 15/21 in black ink on the accompanying fabric label, published by Gimpel Fils and Barry Cronan Fine Art Ltd., London. Alan Davie was a Scottish painter and printmaker. He trained at the Edinburgh College of Art and was as much in his element as a jazz musician, scuba diver, gliding enthusiast, jewellery maker and poet as he was as painter. Inspired by the American Abstract Expressionists, Surrealists and the Cobra Group, he developed his own unique form of expression combining mythic imagery, enigmatic symbols and, later, taking inspiration from African and Oceanic Art as well as Zen Buddhism. By the 1960s Davie had been recognised internationally as a new radical force in modern painting. Already with a New York show to his name, retrospectives at both the Wakefield City Art Gallery and the Whitechapel Art Gallery, and having represented Great Britain at the Venice Biennale in 1958, he was hailed by critic Alan Bowness as, alongside Francis Bacon, one of the most influential artists of his time. His paintings were sought after by leading institutions including the Museum of Modern Art, New York and Tate, London, as well as major collectors, most significantly Peggy Guggenheim who he met at the 1948 Venice Biennale. Davie combined imagery derived from different cultures with a love of music and language, he created works which were a complex celebration of creativity. €6000 - 9000 87

176 Robert Ballagh b.1943 THREE PEOPLE WITH A MORRIS LOUIS Acrylic on 2 canvases, diptych, each 46" x 60" (117 x 153cm). €6000 - 9000

177 Robert Ballagh b.1943 THREE PEOPLE AND A PIET MONDRIAN Watercolour, 15¾" x 15¾" (40 x 40cm), signed, inscribed & dated 1975. €1400 - 1800 88

178 Sean McSweeney HRHA b.1935 GROWTH IN A DARK POOL Oil on canvas, 24" x 32" (61 x 81.5cm), signed & inscribed verso. Exhibited: Bogland Shoreline Sligo 1998. Provenance: Taylor Galleries (label verso). €3000 - 5000

179 John Shinnors b.1950 TWO SCARECROWS 1992-1993 Oil on canvas, 15" x 15", (38cm x 38cm), signed. €2000 - 3000 89

180 Ciaran Lennon b.1947 FIVE PART ARBITARY COLOUR COLLECTION (5) Acrylic on steel, each panel 11¾" x 9¾" (30 x 25.5cm), signed, inscribed & dated 2006-2016 verso; signed studio label verso. €3000 - 5000

181 Louis le Brocquy HRHA 1916-2012 PROCESSION Lithograph, 20" x 26" (51.8 x 66cm), signed & dated �81, ed. 4/50. €400 - 600


182 Jean Picart Le Doux 1902-1982 (French) BRUMES Original wool tapestry woven by Aubusson, 59" x 78ž" ( 150 x 200cm), signed, edition 3/6; also signed & titled on label verso. In 1945 Jean Lurcat, with artists Marc Saint-Saens and Jean Picart Le Doux founded the association of tapestry cartoon painters which pioneered the Aubusson revival of tapestry as modern architectural decor and revived the Aubusson weaving ateliers after the devastation of World War II. Louis Le Brocquy was introduced to the art of tapestry by Lurcat. ₏3000 - 5000


183 Conor Fallon RHA 1939 -2007 EQUESTRIAN HEAD 1993 Bronze & stainless steel, 8" x 7", signed on the base. €2000 - 3000

184 Conor Fallon RHA 1939 -2007 BIRD IN SONG Brushed steel, 27" high x 35" wide (68.5 x 89cm), signed & dated 1990. €4000 - 6000


185 Graham Knuttel b.1954 STILL LIFE Oil on canvas, 48" x 36" (122 x 91.5cm), signed. €2000 - 3000


186 Patrick O’Reilly b.1957 THE MATERIAL TRAP Mixed media, 76cm high.

187 Patrick O’Reilly b.1957 BIRD ON THE WIRE Bronze and steel, 156cm (h).

Provenance: The Mayor Gallery, London, 1997 where purchased by the present owner.

€800 - 1200

€1400 - 1800


188 Emmet Kane A CROCK OF COLOUR Ebonised Irish Burr Oak with blue inset, 12.5cm (h) x 14.5cm (w).

189 Emmet Kane A CROCK OF GOLD Ebonised Irish Burr Oak with gold leaf, 12cm (h) x 21.5cm (w).

190 Emmet Kane A CROCK OF GOLD Ebonised Irish Burr Oak with gold leaf, 16cm (h) x 24cm (dia).

€400 - 600

€400 - 600

€600 - 900

Emmett Kane was born in 1970 in Castledermot, Co. Kildare – a village in the south-east of Ireland filled with archaeological remnants dating back to the 6th Century and history; round towers, high crosses and the ruins of a Franciscan friary. Coming from a long line of master craftsmen, Kane was encouraged by his father to experiment with woodturning. He joined the family business where he perfected his technical approach. Kane said ‘a strong influence on my work has been growing up and working in a rural landscape comprised of immense natural beauty and many exceptional archaeological features dating from the 6th Century’ In the 1970s Kane was exposed to the work of American wood turners David Ellsworth, Giles Gilson (1942-2015) and Mel Lindquist (1911-2000) who transformed the landscape of woodturning in the 1970s and 80s. David Ellsworth was instrumental in elevating the wood vessel as an object of art and contemplation. As an artist as well as a craftsman, Emmet Kane tries to ‘push and break the boundaries of woodturning in scale and incorporate other media into his pieces’. Ref: This note was compiled from ‘A Journey’, twenty-seven years of the work of Irish woodturner Emmett Kane by Dr. Jennifer Goff, who curated the National Museum of Irelands exhibition of the same title. 95

191 Emmet Kane VESSSEL OF GOLD Ebonised Irish Burr Oak with gold leaf, 18cm (h) x 12cm (w). €500 - 700

192 OISIN KELLY FOR KILKENNY DESIGN Candle holder in the form of a person, 25cm (h). €200 - 300

193 OISIN KELLY FOR KILKENNY DESIGN Candle holder in the form of a person, 16cm (h). €100 - 200


194 John Shinnors b.1950 THE BLACK AND WHITE MUG Watercolour, 9½" x 7½" (24 x 19cm), signed.

195 Robert Ballagh b.1943 CHILDREN WITH A BALL OF TWINE Black & white lithograph, paper size 62 x 50cm, signed, inscribed & dated 1976.

196 Robert Ballagh b.1943 SHOPPERS AND A JACK YOUNGERMAN Black & white lithograph, paper size 62 x 50cm, signed, inscribed & dated 1976.

€400 - 600

€400 - 600

€800 - 1200

197 Breon O’Casey 1928-2011 COMEDIANS Oil on paper, paper size 15" x 22" (38 x 56cm), signed.

198 Cecil King 1921-1986 UNTITLED Screenprint, 14½" x 19" (37 x 48cm), signed, ed. 53/300.

€1000 - 1500 €200 - 300


199 Aidan Bradley b.1961 ACHILL COTTAGES Oil on board, 19¼" x 19¼" (49 x 49cm), signed. €600 - 900

200 Nick Miller b.1962 LOUGH ARROW, SUBMERGED TREE Chinese and indian ink on paper, 23½" x 27¼" (60 x 69cm), signed & dated �05, signed, inscribed & dated verso. Provenance: Rubicon Gallery (label verso). €800 - 1200

201 Brian Ballard RUA b.1943 BOOKS AND BOTTLES Oil on board, 6" x 8" (15.25 x 20.25cm), signed & dated �02, signed, inscribed & dated verso.

202 Markey Robinson 1918-1999 BOATS AT SEA Oil on board, 7¼" x 8¾" (18.5 x 22.25cm), signed. €400 - 600

€300 - 500 98

203 Graham Knuttel b.1954 THE PROFESSIONALS Oil on canvas, 18" x 20" (46 x 51cm), signed.

204 Graham Knuttel, b.1954 GUINNESS TIME Oil on canvas, 20" x 20" (51 x 51cm), signed.

€800 - 1200

€600 - 900

205 Martin Gale b.1949 THE AMERICAN CIRCUS Oil on board, 6" x 8" (15 x 20cm), signed.

206 Nancy Wynne-Jones HRHA 1922-2006 KLEIN CONSTANTIA WITH TABLE MOUNTAIN Acrylic on paper, 16½" x 23" (42 x 58.5cm).

Provenance: Taylor Galleries (label verso).

Provenance: Taylor Galleries (label verso).

€600 - 900

€0 - 0


207 Graham Knuttel b.1954 PORTRAIT OF A MAN WEARING A HAT Oil on canvas, 12" x 10" (30.5 x 25.5cm), signed.

208 Louis le Brocquy HRHA 1916-2012 HUMAN IMAGE II Screenprint 33¾" x 25½" (86 x 64.5cm), signed, ed. 7/75.

209 Graham Knuttel b.1954 PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN Oil on canvas, 12" x 10" (30.5 x 25.5cm), signed.

€400 - 600

€0 - 0

€400 - 600


210 Louis Le Brocquy HRHA 1916-2012 THE PILLAR Lithograph, 18" x 12½" (45.8 x 32cm), signed & dated 1986, no. 13, ed. 11/35.

211 Louis le Brocquy HRHA 1916-2012 BALLAST OFFICE CLOCK Lithograph, 18" x 12½" (45.8 x 32cm), signed & dated 1986, no. 19, ed. 11/35.

212 Louis le Brocquy HRHA 1916-2012 SUBURBAN DOOR Lithograph, 18" x 12½" (45.8 x 32cm), signed & dated 1986, no. 14, ed. 11/35.

€400 - 600

€400 - 600

€400 - 600


213 Clement McAleer b.1949 DUBONNET WALL, PROVENCE Oil on canvas, 168 x 183cm, signed, inscribed & dated verso 2005. €2000 - 4000

214 Rosaleen Davey, Contemporary LUMEN 1999 Oil on panel, 36" x 36" (92 x 92cm). Provenance: Whyte’s Dublin 22nd February 2005, Lot 159. €600 - 900 102

215 Terence P. Flanagan RHA PPRUA 1929-2011 LANDSCAPE IN SPRING Acrylic on canvas, 20" x 24" (51 x 61cm), signed. Exhibited: The RHA, 2007 (label verso). €2000 - 4000

216 David Crone b.1937 INTIMATE VIEW Oil on paper, 19½" x 21¾" (49.5 x 55cm), signed & inscribed verso. €500 - 700 103

217 Pablo Picasso 1881-1973 15.1.68 Drypoint, 9" x 13" (22.5 x 33.5cm), signed with the atelier signature lower right, ed. 49/50. Provenance: Leslie Sacks Fine Art (label verso); Solomon Gallery (label verso);Â Berkeley Square Gallery (label verso). â‚Ź8000 - 12000


218 John Kingerlee KILCATHERINE LANDSCAPE Oil on canvas, 18" x 24" (45.5cm x 61cm), signed with initials; signed & inscribed verso. €800 - 1200

219 John Kingerlee ABSTRACT COMPOSITION Mixed media, 6" x 9½" (15 x 24cm), signed with initials. €600 - 900 105

220 Patrick O’Reilly b.1957 FRIDGE DOOR Mixed media, 48" x 36" (122 x 91.5cm). €2000 - 3000


221 Japanese School, 1970s MOVEMENT Acrylic on canvas, 60" x 40" (152 x 102cm), signed & dated 1974.

222 Japanese School, 1970s MOVEMENT Acrylic on canvas, 60" x 40" (152 x 102cm), signed & dated 1974.

€200 - 400

€200 - 400


223 John the Painter SAVOY PART 1 (1998) Acrylic on canvas, 63" x 60" (160 x 152cm). Provenance: Sold deVeres, 2007. John the Painter (so named because of the need to respect his privacy) has been in care since the 1960s, living in a communal and often difficult environment for most of his adult life. Art has given him a means to explore his own feelings and thoughts about that life, surprisingly creating a body of artwork that is exuberantly colourful and celebratory. When he was in hospital, a nurse, Sheila Holland, invited Cork Community Artlink to work with the patients. He began work on sheets of paper and card, but quickly grew to painting on old sheets supplied by Artlink and the hospital to satisfy his need for bigger canvases. When presented with a blank canvas, he goes to it immediately, with a clear sense of what he wants to do. His confident approach to composition and colour is envied by mainstream artists who have seen his work. Much of John’s work is autobiographical, showing vivid memories of Cork in the 1960s before he went into hospital.  See €600 - 900

224 John the Painter SAVOY PART 2 Acrylic on canvas, 63" x 60" (160 x 152cm). Provenance: Sold deVeres, 2007. €600 - 900


225 Pauline Bewick HRHA b.1953 LUSTY SAILOR AND WOMAN Acrylic on board, 32" x 24" (81 x 61cm), signed & inscribed. Provenance: Taylor Galleries, Dublin (label verso). Literature: ‘Kelly reads Bewick’ by Rita Kelly and Pauline Bewick (col. illustration no.42).

226 John Murphy, Contemporary METRO CAFE Oil on canvas, 56" x 44" (142 x 112 cm), signed & dated 2006. €2000 - 4000

€2000 - 3000


227 Gwen O’Dowd b.1957 SEASCAPE Oil on board, 27" x 39½" (68.5 x 100.5cm). €800 - 1200

228 Graham Knuttel b.1954 MOONLIGHT MEETING Oil on canvas, 25" x 36" (63.5 x 91.5cm), signed. €2000 - 3000 110

229 Michael Farrell 1940-2000 PRESSE Lithograph, 29½" x 29½"(75 x 75cm), signed & dated �69.

230 Michael Farrell 1940-2000 SANDYCOVE SERIES Lithograph, 25" x 39" (63.5 x 99cm), signed, inscribed & dated.

€300 - 500

€400 - 600

231 Mary T Keown b.1974 THE SPANISH BIRDCATCHER Oil on Canvas, 28" x 43½" (71 x 110.5cm), signed & inscribed verso, dated 12/4/2002. €1400 - 1800 111

232 Neil Shawcross b.1940 STILL LIFE Watercolour, 30" x 21" (76 x 53cm), signed.

233† Marco Bronzini, 20th Century REFLECTION Oil on canvas, 39" x 31½" (99 x 80cm), signed & dated 1980.

€1400 - 1800

€400 - 600

234 Paddy McCann, Contemporary SELF PORTRAIT Oil on canvas, 32" x 25.5" (81 x 40.5cm), signed, inscribed & dated 2004 verso.

235 Patrick Ireland 5,800 dots Pencil & ink, 26" x 22" (66 x 56cm), signed, inscribed & dated �76.

Provenance: Hillsboro Fine Art (label verso).

Provenance: David Henriks Gallery (label verso).

€600 - 900

€600 - 900 112

236 Brian Bourke HRHA b.1936 KNOCKALOUGH Gouache on paper, 24" x 18" (61 x 46cm), signed & dated 1981. €700 - 1000

238 Brian Bourke HRHA b.1936 LANDSCAPE BAVARIA Gouache & pencil on paper, 22¾" x 18¾" (63 x 48 cm), signed, inscribed & dated �74.

237 Oisin Roche, Contemporary PEARCE STREET, DUBLIN Oil on board, 16" x 20" (41 x 51cm), signed. Provenance: Molesworth Gallery, Dublin (label verso). €400 - 600

239 THE VICTORIA MARBLE CONSOLE TABLE, BY ROBERTO LAZZERONI, the Carrara marble top, on a tinted oak base, 140cm (w) x 76cm (h) x 45cm (d). Provenance: Acquired directly from The Conran Shop, London. €800 - 1200

Provenance: The Dawson Gallery, Dublin (label verso). €700-1000 113

240 AN ANDERSEN CLASSIC EXTENDING DINING TABLE, DANISH, in white oak, 160cm (w) x 109cm (d) x 73cm (h), bearing label. €600 - 900

241 A SET OF SIX WHITE OAK ‘CH36’ DINING CHAIRS , BY HANS WEGNER, FOR CARL HANSEN, DENMARK, with hand woven papercord seats, bearing makers labels. (6) €600 - 900


242 A CIRCULAR DINING TABLE ON CHROME POD BASE, 112cm (dia) x 72cm (h). €300 - 500

243 A SET OF FIVE SERIES 7 CHAIRS, BY ARNE Jacobsen FOR FRITZ HANSEN, DENMARK, 2008, bearing label. (5) €400 - 600


244 THE BIRD SOFA by Michael Van Der Kay, for ArtiFort in original burnt orange upholstery on splayed metal legs, bearing the makers stamp and label, 195cm (w) x 85cm (d) x 78cm (h). €600 - 900

245 THE COCONUT CHAIR, BY GEORGE NELSON FOR VITRA, in black, on tubular tapering legs, bearing label. €600 - 900

245A THE COCONUT CHAIR, BY GEORGE NELSON FOR VITRA, in black, on tubular tapering legs.


€600 - 900

246† A SHAPED METAL AND GLASS HANGING CENTRE LIGHT, FRENCH, with glass medalions, 113cm (w) x 73cm (d) x 35cm (h). €300 - 500

247 A SUEDE RECLINING CHAISE LONG, with headrest, 198cm (l) x 81cm (w) x 96cm (h). €300 - 500


248† A SET OF EIGHT OLLY TANGO CHAIRS BY PHILIPPE STARCK, FOR DRIADE ALEPH, ITALY, 1993, the curved ply seats, on tubular steel tapering legs. (6) €600 - 1000


249 A PAIR OF ORANGE SLICE CHAIRS, BY PIERRE PAULIN, FOR ARTIFORT, upholstered in red, bearing makers label. €1000 - 1500


250 A LIGNE ROSET MILLESIME DINING TABLE, BY CLAUDE BRISSON, CONTEMPORARY, in white oak, on square block legs, 220cm (l) x 95cm (w) x 77cm (h). €600 - 1000

251 A SET Of TEN LIGNE ROSET DINING CHAIRS, CONTEMPORARY, in Alacantare Tabac and light oak, bearing labels. (10) €800 - 1200 251A A LIGNE ROSET SIDE CABINET, CONTEMPORARY, 193cm (w).

€300 - 500


252 A ROLF BENZ SOFA, CONTEMPORARY, on steel tapering legs, bearing makers label, 185cm (w) x 86cm (d) x 68cm (h). €600 - 1000

253 THE UP STOOL, BY GAETANO PESCE FOR B+B ITALIA, in black, bearing makers stamp underneath. €700 - 1000


254 THE DEDICATO CONTOURS THREE DOOR SIDEBOARD, BY DIDIER GOMEZ FOR LIGNE ROSET, 2008, bearing label, 189 (w) x 45cm (d) x 75cm (h). €600 - 900

255 A LIGNE ROSET CONTOURS UPRIGHT BOOKCASE, BY DIDIER GOMEZ FOR LIGNE ROSET, 2008, in matt steel and ebony stained oak, 232cm (h).

256 A CONTOURS SQUARE COFFEE TABLE, BY DIDIER GOMEZ FOR LIGNE ROSET, 2008, in ebony stained oak, with milk glass insert top, bearing label, 110cm x 110cm x 40cm.

€400 - 600

€300 - 500


257 A SET OF FOUR EAMES DSR SIDE CHAIRS, BY VITRA, bearing makers lables.(4) €400 - 600



259 THE J16 ROCKING CHAIR BY HANS WEGNER, in white oak. €400 - 600

260 A PERSPEX CONTEMPORARY SWIVEL ARMCHAIR, with scrolling arms, 92cm wide. €100 - 200


261 A CHROME AND SMOKED GLASS TWO DOOR UPRIGHT CABINET, ITALIAN, 76cm (w) x 140cm (h) x 37cm (d). €300 - 500

262 A GULLIVER CONSOLE TABLE, BY TONELLI DESIGN, 141cm (w) x 45cm (d) x 70cm (h). €300 - 500


263 A CONTEMPORARY GLASS CIRCULAR DINING TABLE, 121cm (dia) x 75cm (h). €300 - 500

264 THE CHROME ALTO TABLE, by Thomas Müller and Jörg Wulff, for COR, Germany, with adjustable heights, 131cm (w) x 65cm (d). €300 - 500






268 A HAND CARVED FLOWER CHAIR, IRISH, BY Paul Berg 215cm (h) x 132cm (w). Paul Berg earned his degree in visual arts and design from the Academy van Beeldende Kunsten, in Rotterdam (now the Willem de Kooning Academie). €600 - 1000


269 A CONTEMPORARY COMPARTMENTED WALL MIRROR, with ash frame, 153cm (h) x 123cm (w). €1000 - 1500


270 A PAIR OF UNUSUAL UPRIGHT WARDROBES, GERMAN, LABELED RUF INTERNATIONAL 1970s, single glazed doors and clad in blue fabric, 219cm (h) x 62cm square.


€300 - 500

272 A WALNUT VENEERED WALL MIRROR, CONTEMPORARY, 200cm x 141cm. €300 - 500


273† A PAIR OF LARGE CIRCULAR HANGING LIGHTS, ITALIAN, each 91cm diameter. (2) €300 - 500

274 THE EBENE LIGHT by J.T Kalmar for Kalmar Lighting Austria, 1950s 42cm high. €500 - 700

275 THE MERIDIANA LIGHT by Paolo Piva for Stefano Cevoli Italy, 1980s, 42cm high. €200 - 300 131

276 ‘RED AND BLUE’ STYLE CHAIR, after a design by Gerrit Thomas Rietveld, apparently unmarked.

277 A BIRCH WOOD ELLIPSE DINING TABLE, BY PIET HEIN AND BRUNO MATHSSON, FOR FRITZ HANSEN, 1990s, on forked tubular chrome legs, 100cm x 100cm.

€200 - 300 €800 - 1200



280† A ROSEWOOD ELLIPTICAL WALL MIRROR, by Campo e Graffi, Italian, 1950s, 68cm (h) x 39cm (w).

279† A TEAK UPRIGHT WALL MIRROR, DANISH 1960s, 104cm (h) x 39cm (w).

€300 - 500

€100 - 200

281 A BURR WALNUT LOW TABLE, 1970’s, ON CHROME RAILED SUPPORTS, 130cm (w) x 68cm (d) x 38cm (h). €400 - 600


282 A PAIR OF MARBLE TWO TIER TABLES, FRENCH, 1970s, 50cm (w) x 69cm (h) x 26cm (d).

283 A RED PROPELLER TABLE WITH OVAL SMOKED GLASS, 127cm x 71cm x 33cm (h).

€300 - 500

€300 - 500

285 A SCALLOPED OVAL WALL MIRROR, ITALIAN, 77cm x 64cm. €400 - 600

284 A BRASS SHAPED WALL MIRROR, ITALIAN, 75cm (h) x 50.5cm (w). €400 - 600


287 THE TIMOR LIGHT, by Louis Kalff for Philips, Holland 1950s. 286 A CHROME ARC LAMP, 172cm (h).

€400 - 600

€200 - 400


€300 - 500

289 THE MODEL 6860 by Kaiser Lighting, Germany 1960s. €150 - 200


290† A PAIR OF BRASS STANDARD LAMPS, on column supports and circular bases, each 177cm high.

291 A PAIR OF CHROME ART DECO STYLE UPLIGHTERS, BY EICHOLTZ, on circular bases, each 202cm high.

€300 - 500

€400 - 600

292† A SQUARE CHROME TABLE LAMP, French 1970s, on angular supports, 58cm (h). €400 - 600


293 A CHROME ARC LAMP, Italian 1960s, with adjustable shade on a circular base, 148cm (h).


€300 - 500

€600 - 900

295† A PAIR OF BRASS TABLE LAMPS, 1970s with adjustable arms and circular bases, each 63cm (h). €300 - 500


297 Enzo Plazotta 1921-1981 MARE AND FOAL Bronze, ed. 7/9. €1000 - 1500

296† A CHROME STANDARD LAMP, with tapering column support, 160cm (h). €200 - 400

298 TWO PROMOTIONAL GUINNESS POSTERS, 2005/2006, depicting toucans, 175cm (h) x 127cm (w).

€200 - 300

298A A PAIR OF VINTAGE UPRIGHT SPEAKERS, 58.5cm (h) x 40cm (w). 138

€100 - 200


300 A GLASS TABLE LAMP, CONTEMORARY, the molded glass base, with red shade, 80cm (h).

€200 - 300

301† A TEAK WALL LIGHT, DANISH 1960s, with pleated shade, 33cm (h). €80 - 120

€100 - 200

304 Louis le Brocquy HRHA b.1916 Eight Irish Portraits in Words & Watercolour, 1990. Offset lithographic prints in glassine sleeves, presented in a black linen folding case with matching slipcase, 21 x 25cm Signed and numbered Copy no. 0675 of 1000. €400 - 600

302 A CARVED WOODEN RELIEF OF A BOY IN PROFILE, 42.5cm (h) x 36.5cm (w).


€100 - 200

€300 - 500

305 A COLLECTION OF FIVE BOOKS ON IRISH ART, including William Scott by Norbert Lynton (Thomas & Hudson); Jack Yeats by Bruce Arnold (Yale University Press); William John Leech ‘An Irish Painter Abroad’ by Denise Ferran (National Gallery of Ireland); Derek Hill ‘An Appreciation’ by Grey Gowrie (Quartet Books); Roderic O’Conor ‘A Biography with a Catalogue of his Work’ by Jonathan Benington (Irish Academic Press). € 200-300



Clare Island Lighthouse, Clew Bay, Co. Mayo

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Killadangan House, Westport, Co. Mayo

Restored period house, c.1850, now an intimate boutique guest house, offering privacy and luxury in a stunning location. Also available for groups on private self-catering basis. Tel. 087 1650 570.

INDEX Ballard, B  Ballagh, R  Bewick, P  Bourke, B  Bradley, A  Bronzini, M 

210 176,177,195,196 225 236,238 199 233

Cooke, B  Crone, D  Crozier, W 

171 216 168

Davey, R  Davie, A 

214 175

Egan, F 


Redmond, P  Robinson, M  Roche, O  Scott, P  Scott, W  Smith, J. N  Shawcross, N  Shinnor, J  Tansey, F  Tyrrell, C  Wynne- Jones, N 

Fallon, C  Farrell, M  Flanagan, T.P 

183,184 229,230 215

Gale, M 


Harris, P 


Ireland, P 


John the Painter,  223,224 Kane, E  188,189,190,191 Keown, M. T  231 Kelly, O  192,193 Kiely, B  162 King, C  198 Kingerlee, J  218,219 Knuttel, G  203,204,207,209,228 LeBrocquy, L  Lennon, C  McAleer, C  McCann, P  McSweeney, S  Miller, N  Murphy, J 

181,208,210,211,212 180 213 234 178 200 226

O’Casey, B  O’Dowd, G  O’Donoghue, H  O’Malley, T  O’Reilly, P 

197 227 170 163,164 172,186,187,220

Picart LeDoux, J  Picasso, P 

182 217


147 202 237 150-156 161,173,174 169 148,149,200,232 179,194 159, 160 146,165 206

Standard Conditions of Business 1. Definitions In these Conditions, de Veres Art Auctions, who act as auctioneers and agents for the vendor, are called ‘the auctioneers’ (which expression shall be deemed to include their servants and agents) and the representative of de Veres conducting the auction is called ‘The Auctioneer’. 2. Third Party Liability Every person at or on the ‘Auctioneers’ premises or at any premises being used by the Auctioneer at any time shall be deemed to be there entirely at his/her own risk and shall have no claim whatsoever against the Auctioneers or their servants or agents in respect of any accident or incident which may occur nor any injury, damage or loss howsoever arising and whether or not same is the subject of any allegation of negligence. 3. General Whilst the Auctioneers make every effort to ensure the accuracy of their catalogue and the description of any lot: (a) Each lot as set out in the catalogue or as divided or combined with any other lots or lots is sold by the vendor with all faults, imperfections and errors of description. (b) Any claim under any Statute must be received in writing by the Auctioneers within three months of the sale. (c) The Auctioneers shall not be liable for consequential or resultant loss or damage whether sustained by a Vendor or a Purchaser or the owner of any item or their respective servants and agents arising in any circumstances whatsoever and irrespective of any claim made by any party as to negligence or lack of care of the Auctioneers or any part acting on their behalf. (d) Lots marked with † are those which deVeres hold a financial interest in. 4. The Auction (a) The Auctioneer has absolute discretion to divide any lot, to combine any two or more lots or to withdraw any lot or lots from the sale, to refuse bids, regulate bidding or cancel the sale without in any case giving any reason or previous notice. He may bid on behalf of the vendor for all goods which are being offered subject to reserve or at the Auctioneer’s discretion. (b) The highest bidder shall be the buyer except in the case of a dispute. If during the auction the Auctioneer considers that a dispute had arisen. He has absolute discretion to settle it or to re-offer the lot. The Auctioneer may at his sole discretion determine the advance or bidding or refuse a bid. (c) Each lot is put up for sale subject to any reserve price placed by the vendor. Whether or not there is a reserve price the seller has the right to bid either personally or by any one person (who may be the Auctioneer). (d) All conditions, notices, descriptions, statements and other matters in the catalogue and elsewhere concerning any lot are subject to any statements modifying or affecting the same made by the Auctioneer from the rostrum prior to any bid being accepted for the lot. 5. Recession Notwithstanding any other terms of these Conditions, if within 12 months after the sale, the Auctioneers have received from the buyer any notice in writing that in his view the lot is a deliberate forgery and within twenty-one days after such notification the buyer returns the same to the Auctioneers in the same condition as at the time of sale and by producing evidence, the burden of proof to be upon the buyer satisfies the Auctioneers that considered in the light of the entry in the catalogue the lot is a deliberate forgery, then the sale of the lot will be rescinded and the purchase price of the sale refunded. In the event of a dispute then the matter shall be settled by the President of the Institution of Chartered Surveyors in the Republic of Ireland. Both the buyer and the vendor agree to be bound by the decision . 6. Default The Auctioneers disclaim responsibility for default by - either the buyer or the vendor because they act as Agents for the vendor only and therefore do not pay out to the vendor until payment is received from the buyer. Instructions given by telephone are accepted at the sender’s risk and must be confirmed in writing forthwith. 7. In the event of a sale by private treaty both the vendor and the buyer agree to be found by these and any Special Conditions of Sale. 8. Retention of Title All goods remain the property of the vendor until paid for in full. The Auctioneers will not assume liability to discharge nett proceeds arising from the sale of goods until those goods have been paid for in full.

VENDOR’S CONDITIONS 9. Instructions All goods delivered to the Auctioneers’ premises will be deemed to be delivered for sale by auction and will be catalogued and sold at the discretion of the Auctioneer and accepted by them subject to all the Sale Conditions. By delivering the goods to the Auctioneers for inclusion in their auction sales the vendor acknowledges that he or she has accepted and agreed to be bound by all these Conditions. 10. Collection and Deliveries The Auctioneers do not normally undertake the packing, collection or delivery of goods but will if requested use their best endeavors as Agent of the Owner to arrange for an independent contractor on the owner’s behalf to deal with packing, collection and/or delivery. The Auctioneer will not in any event arrange insurance of the goods and will accordingly not be liable for any loss or damage to goods howsoever arising including breakages or for any damage to premises, fixtures or fittings therein caused by such contractor or otherwise and the owner is responsive for all arrangements to verify that any such contractor and the goods is/are appropriately insured. Unless instructions are received to the contrary, charges (including VAT) for such services will be charged to the vendor’s account or discharged through the Auctioneers by the purchaser as the case may be. The Auctioneers’ liability (if any) will rise only where they themselves carry out packing and collection/delivery and only in the case of breakage or loss caused through deliberate negligence of their employees and in any event in one single contract and the Auctioneers’ liability will not exceed £500. Provided further than the Auctioneers will not be liable for consequential loss in any circumstances whatsoever. 11. Loss or Damage and Storage The Auctioneers reserve the right to store or arrange for the storage of goods held by them or delivered to them either on their own premises or elsewhere at their sole discretion and entirely at the owner’s risk. The Auctioneers shall not be liable for any loss (including consequential loss) howsoever caused of damage to goods of any kind including breakages, or for unauthorised removal of goods. Should the owner of goods so wish it will be his/her goods while they are in the possession of the Auctioneers. 12. Right to Re-sell The Auctioneer reserves the right to re-sell any item which has not been collected within thirty days of purchase. 13. 3% commission due to for lots purchased using Live Bidding. 14. Payment: Cash, bankers draft or cheque. With the exception of American Express, Credit cards are also accepted, subject to a charge 0f 1.5% on the invoice total. Debit and Laser cards are also accepted, at no charge, but are subject to daily limits as determined by your bank.

TERMS Purchaser 1. 25% incl. VAT will be added to the hammer price for each lot. 2. All accounts must be discharged by certified cheque, bank draft or cash. 3. The responsibility for items purchased passes to the purchaser on the fall of the hammer. 4. The Auctioneers reserve the right to look for 25% deposit on all goods. VAT Regulations: All lots are sold within the auctioneers VAT margin scheme. Revenue Regulations require that the buyers’ premium must be invoiced at a rate which is inclusive of VAT. This VAT is not recoverable by any VAT registered buyers. 142


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