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monday, 19th september 2011

WESTBURY Monday, 19th September

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ON THE PREMISES Auction:

Monday 19th September at 2pm

Venue: Dun Laoghaire Presbyterian Church, York Road, Dun Laoghaire HOUSE On View:

Friday, 16th September: 9.30am - 6pm Saturday, 17th Sept: 10am - 5pm Sunday, 18th Sept: 10am - 5pm Morning of Sale: 9.30am - 1pm

catalogue:

€5 or at www.deveresart.com

COLLECTION: From Westbury, Tuesday, 20th: 9am - 5pm Wednesday, 21st: 9am - 1pm FEES:

17½% plus VAT on each lot

Contact:

087 2934439 / 087 9787396

John de Vere White john@deveres.ie

Rory Guthrie roryguthrie@deveres.ie

Aisling Foran info@deveres.ie

de Veres, 35 Kildare Street, Dublin 2, 01 676 8300 www.deveresart.com email: info@deveres.ie 1


Lot 11 (detail)

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Foreword We are delighted to be offering for auction the contents of Westbury, on behalf of retired Dublin solicitor Mr Noel Purcell. Most of the contents of Westbury were inherited, but Noel was also a collector with a keen eye, who added to the contents through purchases from the Antique shops and Fairs of Dublin. Noel is now in his 90th year but retains all his enthusiasm and interest in each item, from the period furniture to the modern day Bang & Olufsen. It is a pleasure to witness how each piece has been cared for over the years. Everything is in excellent condition, to the point where most items have managed to retain their original key, a usual bugbear for serial auction buyers!

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Lot 6

Lot 13 Lot 4

Lot 6

Lot 7

Lot 11 Lot 5

Lot 5

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1 A CARVED GILTWOOD DOOR PEDIMENT, with scroll decoration centred by feathers.

€200 – 400

2 A MAHOGANY COAT STAND, 19th CENTURY, with lionhead finials on a ropetwist and turned column support and downswept reeded legs.

€200 – 300

3 A BLACK AND WHITE ENGRAVING OF A GENT, in a gilt plaster frame. 23cm x 21cm (oval).

€60 – 100

4 A VENETIAN WALL MIRROR, 19th Century, with etched floral decoration. 98cm high x 45cm wide.

€600 – 900

5 A PAIR OF STAINED BEECH PROVINCIAL SINGLE CHAIRS, 18th Century, with pierced vase shaped backs, on square legs.

€300 – 500

6 AFTER NICOLAS LANCRET, a set of four copper engravings depicting the four stages of life, each 40cm x 48cm.

€300 – 500

7 A PAIR OF ORMOLU EMPIRE STYLE TABLE LAMPS, c.1900, each base 26cm high.

€200 – 300

8 A GILT METAL HANGING HEXAGONAL HALL LATERN, c.1900, with foliate decoration.

€500 – 700

9 A MAHOGANY LONG CASE CLOCK, by Thos. Walker, Dublin, the hood with a swan neck pediment headed by carved flower heads, above fluted pillars, concealing a painted dial (with moon phase). the trunk with line inlaid shaped door flanked by a pair of engaged reeded columns, on ogee bracket feet, 254cm high.

€2,000 – 4,000

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10 Continental School 19th Century Still Life  Oil on canvas, 36" x 25" (91.5cm x 63.5cm), signed and dated, in a good gilt plaster frame (crested). ₏1,000 – 2,000

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11  A ROSEWOOD LIBRARY TABLE, c.1830, probably by Mack, Williams and Gibton, the top with moulded rim above two frieze drawers (one with number stamped 10542), the finely carved end supports joined by a lotus turned stretcher, on scroll feet. 133.3cm wide x 67cm deep x 75cm high. ₏2,000 – 3,000

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14 A PAIR OF WOOL RUGS ON PINK GROUND, each 170cm x 120cm.

12 Moyra Barry 1885-1960 Summer Flowers Oil on canvas, 40" x 30" (112cm x 76cm), signed.

€200 – 300

€2,000 – 4,000

13 A PAIR OF FRENCH BLACK AND WHITE ENGRAVINGS, “Le Lever/Le Coucher”.

15 A MAHOGANY AND BRASS BANDED ELIPTICAL STICK STAND.

€50 – 100

€100 – 200

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Lot 16

16 THOMAS RYAN PPRHA B.1929 The Visit  Oil on canvas 20" x 25", signed: inscribed and dated 1969 verso. Note: The model for the figures in this painting was the artist’s wife, Mary. €1,500 – 2,500 17 THOMAS RYAN PPRHA B.1929 Still Life With Red Rose Oil on board, 6" x 8" (15cm x 20cm), signed. €1,000 – 1,500 Lot 17 18 NORMAN FRENCH MCLACHLAN 1895-1978 Lake Landscape Oil on canvas, 16" x 20" (41cm x 51cm), signed.

19 SARAH PURSER HRHA 1848-1943 Head of a Woman Pencil, 9" x 5¼" (23cm x 13.4cm).

Note: A landscape and portrait painter and friend of Sean Keating.

Provenance: Gorry Gallery, 1993 (label verso).

€200 – 300

€300 – 500 9


Lot 23

The Drawing Room Lot 20 Lot 22

Lot 22

Lot 27

Lot 28 Lot 25

Lot 25

Lot 21

Lot 21 Lot 24

24 A MAHOGANY AND BRASS BANDED BLANKET CHEST, basically 19th Century, with moulded rim above two cupboard doors and brass carrying handles to the side, on an earlier stand, centred by a shell and raised on shell capped cabriole legs and faceted feet; 142cm wide x 62cm deep x 99cm high.

20 A MAHOGANY AND MARQUETRY INLAID CORNER CABINET, 20 Century, the broken swan neck pediment th

above an astragal glazed door, the cupboard base on bracket feet. €600 – 900

€1,000 – 1,500

BEDROOM CHAIRS, c.1900, the carved open backs

25 A PAIR OF GILT METAL URN SHAPED LAMPS ON SLATE STEPPED BASES, each base 30cm high.

decorated with husks, on fluted ring turned tapering legs.

€200 – 400

21 A SET OF FOUR WALNUT AND PARCEL GILT

€400 – 600

26 A BANG AND OLUFSEN Stereo SYSTEM. €600 – 900

22 A SET OF FOUR GILT METAL TWO BRANCH WALL LIGHTS, c.1900.

27 A “VERNI MARTIN” STYLE MAHOGANY SERPENTINE SHAPED DISPLAY CABINET, c1900, with gilt metal mounts, the glazed door with a painted romantic study, on sabre legs. 189cm high, 84cm wide 52cm deep.

€300 – 500

€800 – 1,400

23 A CARVED GILTWOOD WALL MIRROR, Continental, early 19th Century, with pierced scroll decoration,

28 A CHINESE CRACKLEWARE BALUSTER SHAPED VASE, c.1900, 37cm high.

132cm high x 106cm wide.

€100 - 200

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29 A MAHOGANY FRAMED UPHOLSTERED HUMP BACK SOFA, Irish, 19th Century, with outsplayed arms on square chamfered legs. €1,500 – 2,000

30 A MAHOGANY, SATINWOOD AND EBONY LINE INLAID FOLD OVER TOP CARD TABLE, Irish, c.1800, the shell inlaid top with canted corners, raised on square tapering banded legs, 89cm wide x 45cm deep x 37cm high.

€1000 – 2000

(top)

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31 A PAIR OF MAHOGANY FRAMED GAINSBOROUGH STYLE OPEN ARMCHAIRS, 19th Century, with studded damask upholstery, the downswept arms with embellished decoration, on conforming square legs, joined by a pierced stretcher. €1,400 – 1,800 32 A MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE, in Irish 18th Century style, with tray top above a plain frieze, on a shaped scrolled apron centred by a scallop shell, raised on leaf capped cabriole legs, with claw and ball feet, 115cm wide x 66cm deep x 76cm high. €1,500 – 2,500

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Lot 35

Lot 36

Lot 36 Lot 33

Lot 38

Lot 38

Lot 34

Lot 32 Lot 31

Lot 31

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33 MILDRED ANNE BUTLER RWS RUA 1858-1941 Paddling Watercolour, 10" x 13¾" (25.5cm x 35cm), signed. €2,000 – 4,000

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34 A MEISSEN GROUP OF COUNT BRUHL’S TAILOR RIDING ON A GOAT, c.1880, with blue crossed swords mark, 41cm high x 39cm wide. Heinrich, Count Brühl (1700-63), was prime minister of Saxony and director of the Meissen porcelain factory. The porcelain group of a man riding a goat represents the Meissen group popularly known as ‘Count Brühl’s Tailor’. It was modelled by Johann Joachim Kändler (the most important modeller of the Meissen porcelain factory) in 1740. €2,000 – 3,000

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35 A LARGE REGENCY GILTWOOD CONVEX MIRROR, early 19th Century, surmounted by an eagle and rockwork cresting, above a four branch tubular frame decorated with acanthus leaf and centred by a reeded ebony slip, 133cm high x 115cm wide. €4,000 – 6,000 36 A PAIR OF SEVRES PLAQUES OF LOUIS XVIII AND QUEEN MONA GIUSEPPINA, signed, each 9cm diameter. €300 – 500

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37 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY FOLD OVER TOP GAMES TABLE, c.1800, the top with rounded corners revealing a green baize surface with counter wells to each corner, on shell capped cabriole legs and trifid feet, 86cm wide. €1,500 – 2,500 38 A PAIR OF BLUE FLASH CUT GLASS DECANTERS, of gourd shape, with diamond cut and sunburst pattern. €150 – 250 39 A WATERFORD CUT GLASS AND GILT METAL CANDELABRA, with diamond cut bulbous decoration, hung with lustres. 34cm high. €150 – 250

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40 A MAHOGANY NEST OF THREE TABLES, c.1900, on ring turned tapering legs. €300 – 500

41 THREE MAHOGANY WINE TABLES, 20th Century, in Georgian style, one with pie crust rim. €100 – 200

42 A PAIR OF OVAL SILK EMBROIDERED PANELS, late 19th Century, depicting females in a woodland landscape, each 46cm x 35cm (frame size). €100 – 200

43 A PAIR OF SEPIA ENGRAVINGS IN ROUNDEL GILT FRAMES BY DANIEL EGAN, Dublin (label verso), 17cm diameter (frame). €80 – 120

44 A FRENCH ORMOLU AND ALABASTER NEO CLASSICAL CLOCK GARNITURE, 19th Century, the clock with a white enamel dial in a pedestal case, flanked by Amorini supporting goats, surmounted by a basket of flowers; and a pair of Athenian urns ensuite, the clock 40cm high x 32cm wide. (Full working order). €1,500 – 2,500

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Lot 45

Lot 51

Lot 42

Lot 43 Lot 44

Lot 60

Lot 40 Lot 47

Lot 50 Lot 46 Lot 46

Lot 41

Lot 58

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45 A GILTWOOD AND GESSO OVERMANTEL MIRROR IN 18TH CENTURY ROCOCO STYLE, 19th Century, with trellised foliate decoration. 200cm high x 160cm wide. €2,000 – 4,000

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46 A PAIR OF GILTWOOD OPEN ARMCHAIRS, c.1900, with padded backs and downswept padded arms with acanthus decoration on fluted ring turned tapering legs. Provenance: Humewood Castle. €1,000 – 1,500 47 A MAHOGANY SATINWOOD AND BOXWOOD LINE INLAID OVAL OCCASIONAL TABLE, with rosewood and ewewood crossbanding, 18th Century, the top with ebony string inlaid fan decoration, above one frieze drawer, on tapering splayed legs. 55cm wide x 37cm deep x 75cm high. €1,000 – 2,000 48 A MAHOGANY FOLD OVER TOP CARD TABLE, c.1800, the moulded top above a palin frieze, on shell capped cabriole legs and faceted feet, 90cm wide. €1,000 – 1,500 49 A BRASS COAL BUCKET AND SHOVEL; and a brass coal box. €50 – 100 50 A BRASS GALLERIED FENDER WITH TURNED PILLAR SUPPORTS AND SPIRAL FINIALS, 147cm wide x 28cm deep. €200 – 300

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51 HUGH DOUGLAS HAMILTON RHA 1739-1808 Portrait of Mary Aylmer (Daughter of Richard Aylmer of Lyons) Pastel, 9½" x 7¼" (24cm x 18.5cm), inscribed verso. An eminent portrait painter of his day, Hamilton was born in Dublin around 1739. He began his studies under Robert West at the Dublin Society Drawing School and quickly made a name for himself, developing close links with several important families in Ireland, especially with the La Touche banking family. Having established himself as a leading portraitist in pastel, Hamilton moved to London around 1764 where the fashionable set flocked to have their likeness recorded by the gregarious young artist. He soon gained recognition by the Society of Artists in London where he regularly exhibited his pastels. Hamilton was bestknown for his pastel oval portraits, such as this one, depicting the head and shoulders of the sitter. His faces were always well-drawn, with expressive eyes.

€2,000 – 3,000

52 A SILKWORK PANEL DEPICTING WARRIORS, 46cm x 52cm, in a good verre eglomise gilt plaster frame. €200 – 300

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53 WILLIAM JOHN LEECH RHA 1881-1968 Interior Study, with a Bust of the artist’s wife May Bottrell Watercolour, 22" x 15½" (56cm x 39.5 cm), signed. €2,000 – 3,000

54 ENGLISH SCHOOL 19TH CENTURY Fishermen on the Shore Oil on panel, 8½" x 12" (21.5cm x 30.5cm), in a gilt plaster frame applied with fruiting vine. €200 – 400

53 55 ATTRIBUTED TO JEREMIAH HODGES MULCAHY Wooded Landscape Oil on panel, 12" x 12¼" (30.5cm x 31cm). €800 – 1,200 56 STYLE OF HENRY ALKEN 19TH CENTURY The Shooting Party Oil on panel, 4" x 5½" (10cm x 14cm). €100 – 200 57 A MAHOGANY TWO TIER TROLLEY ON CASTORS. €20 – 30 58 A LARGE WOOL CARPET ON SALMON PINK GROUND, 550cm long x 416cm wide. €300 – 500

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61 COLOURED REPRODUCTION, ‘Girl in a blue dress’, in a gilt plaster frame.

59 A MAHOGANY, SATINWOOD AND BOXWOOD INLAID SECRETAIRE BOOKCASE, early 19th Century, the moulded cornice above glazed doors, the base with let down front revealing a fitted interior, above three graduating drawers with shaped apron 211cm high x 48cm deep x 92cm width.

€40 – 60 62 A SET OF THREE WEDGEWOOD CUPS AND SAUCERS, depicting classical scenes, each with stamp.

€1,000 – 2,000

€80 – 120 60 A PAIR OF CHINESE VASES ON GREEN GROUND (converted to lamps). €200 – 400 24


Lot 63

65 THREE MEISSEN CUPS AND SAUCERS.

63 ENGLISH SCHOOL Girl in Blue Dress Pastel, 30" x 25" (76cm x 63.5cm) in an elaborate gilt plaster frame.

€150 – 250 66 A DRESDEN BOX AND A COLLECTION INCLUDING AYNSLEY.

€1,000 – 2,000

€80 – 120

64  AFTER DUFOE, coloured engraving of Marie Antoinette; and an engraving by Mary Harpe.

67 A MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTION, including Dresden cups and saucers (3), plates etc.

€40 – 60

€150 – 200 25


Lot 68

Lot 69

68 A RARE SWANSEA PLATE, with floral and gilded decoration. 21.5cm diameter; and another plate similar (2).

Lot 68

70 MAURICE MACGONIGAL PPRHA 1900-1979 Before The Regatta, Roundstone Watercolour, 9½" x 12" (24cm x 30.5cm), signed & dated 72.

€100 – 150 69 A HOCHST COFFEE POT, with transfer printed decoration, 46cm high.

Provenance: Taylor Galleries, Dublin (label verso).

€80 – 120

€600 – 900

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71 A QUANTITY OF COFFEE TABLE BOOKS, art related, including: Ireland painters by Anne Crookshank Irish Homes and Castles by Desmond Guinness Irish Furniture by the Knight of Glynn and James Peill €100 – 200

72 THOMAS RYAN PPRHA b.1929 My Academy Rose Oil on board, 6" x 8" (15cm x 20cm), signed; signed and dated 2008 verso. €800 – 1200

73 MILDRED ANNE BUTLER RWS 1858-1941 View of a Bog Watercolour, 10" x 14" (25.5cm x 35.5cm). Provenance: Christie’s, London, 13th October 1981, No.148. €1,500 – 2,500

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77 A SPODE URN ON STAND, a Spode posie

74 JAMES HUMBERT CRAIG RHA RUA, 1877-1944 Errigal Oil on canvas, 20" x 24" (51cm x 61cm), signed.

holder and a pair of Staffordshire spill vases. €60 – 100

€3000 – 5000

78 AN OVAL EMBROIDERED PANEL OF FIGURES, in a gilt plaster frame,

75 ENGLISH SCHOOL Horse Studies Watercolours (a pair), each 5 1/2" x 8", signed.

46cm x 51cm. €50 – 100

€100 – 200 79 A ROYAL CROWN DERBY PART COFFEE SET

76 A PAIR OF CROWN DERBY STYLE CANDLESTICKS AND A COLLECTION.

(cased), comprising four cups and saucers.

€50 – 80

€30 – 50

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80 AN EIGHT BRANCH WATERFORD CHANDELIER, 19th Century, hung with swags and lustres. €2,000 – 4,000

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The Dining Room

Lot 140

Lot 82 Lot 91

Lot 86

Lot 86

Lot 81

Lot 89

Lot 109

Lot 121

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Lot 122


81 ALEXANDER WILLIAMS RHA 1846-1930 Views of Achill Island (a pair) Oil on board, each 4" x 15¾" (10cm x 40cm), signed; inscribed artist label verso.

86 A PAIR OF SATSUMA POT POURI VASES, 35cm high. €60 – 100

€800 – 1,200

87 A STAFFORDSHIRE MEAT DISH, in Masons style, with gravy reservoir, 52cm x 42cm.

82 A PAIR OF GILTMETAL HANGING GARLANDS OF RIBBON, with fruiting vine decoration, 70cm high.

€80 – 120 88 A PAIR OF SILVER PLATED VICTORIAN TWO BRANCH CANDLEABRA, with foliate decoration.

€100 – 200

€250 – 350 83 A HORN AND WALNUT GONG, 19th Century. €60 – 100 84 A PAIR OF JAPANESE VASES, late 19th Century, 31cm high. €150 – 250 85 THREE GLASS DECANTERS, 19th Century. €80 – 120

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89 A MAHOGANY AND SATINWOOD INLAID SHERATON STYLE SIDEBOARD, 19th Century, with ¾ galleried back, the slightly bowed front with one long drawer, flanked by two short drawers above cupboard doors, on square tapering banded legs 188cm wide x 49cm deep x 99cm high. €1,000 – 1,500

90 A MAHOGANY CELLARETTE, early 19 th Century, of sarcophagus shape, with brass ring carrying handles, on hairy paw feet (with zinc fitted interior), 53cm wide x 38cm deep x 56cm high. €800 – 1,400

91 A GILTWOOD TWO BRANCH CONVEX Mirror, early 19th Century, with eagle cresting, the bobbin turned and foliate decoration surrounding a reeded ebony slip. 90cm high x 70cm wide. €1,000 – 1,500

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92 LETITIA MARION HAMILTON RHA (1878-1964) On The Scent, The Kildare Hunt Oil on board, 8" x 10" (20cm x 25.5cm), signed with initials. €1,500 – 2,500

93 EVA HENRIETTA HAMILTON 1876-1960 Cottage In The West Oil on board, 14½" x 17½" (37cm x 44.5cm), signed with initials. Provenance: The Hamilton Family by descent. The sister of Letitia Hamilton, Eva attended Alexandra College in Dublin. She studied her art at both the Metropolitan School of Art and at the Slade in London and was highly regarded both as an oil painter and a watercolourist. She exhibited at the Guild Hall in London and over a period of 40 years she exhibited 121 works at the Royal Irish Academy. In 1939 she held one of several exhibitions in the Goupil Gallery in London. The studio magazine commented on ‘Evening in Connemara’ having “…a true feeling for the poetry of landscape…” and revealed the artist as “particularly sensitive to the effects of light and atmosphere”. €1,500 – 2,500

94 LETITIA MARION HAMILTON RHA 1878-1964 Ballinahinch Oil on board, 8" x 10" (20cm x 25.5cm), signed with initials. Provenance: The Dawson Gallery, Dublin (label verso). €1,000 – 1,500

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97 A PAIR OF CARVED GILTWOOD 2 BRANCH WALL SCONCES, decorated with Ho ho birds and foliage, 61cm high.

95 WILLIAM HOARE RA 1706-1792 Portrait of a Gentleman in a Red Coat Pastel, 24" x 18" (61cm x 46cm) in its original hand carved pine frame.

€200 – 400

€2,000 – 3,000 98 A PAIR OF BRASS DESK CANDLESTICKS. 96 A MAHOGANY SIDE CABINET, 20th Century, with two cupboard doors above one long drawer on turned legs. 120cm wide.

€50 – 100 99 A MAHOGANY OVAL TRAY WITH BRASS HANDLES, inlaid with fruit and foliage.

€200 – 400

€50 – 100

100 A GILTWOOD AND PLASTER REGENCY COMPARTMENTED OVERMANTEL MIRROR, early 19th Century, the frieze applied with spheres above hanging swags, flanked by reeded Corinthian columns, 86cm high x 167cm wide. €1,000 – 1,500

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101 18th Century school Portrait Of A Young Man, Peter Sinclair Of Brins Oil on canvas, 30" x 25" (76cm x 63.5 cm), inscribed.

103 AFTER JAMES MALTON, two coloured engravings “Dublin Castle/Rotunda Hospital”, each 31cm x 43cm.

€1,000 – 2,000

€200 – 400

102 A PAIR OF TWO BRANCH BRASS WALL SCONCES, with ribbon tied decoration, 30cm high.

104 after HERRING The Silks and Satins of The Turf Coloured engraving, 24" x 46".

€200 – 300

€300 – 500

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105 A MAHOGANY SERVING TABLE, IRISH, c.1830, with ¾ shaped gallery back, the top with gadrooned rim above a frieze with reeded and ropetwist panels centred by a cartouche crest, raised on leaf capped rope twist turned legs and paw feet, 137cm wide x 56cm deep x 112cm high. €1,000 – 2,000 106 A PAIR OF MAHOGANY TORCHERES, in Regency style, with reeded circular tops above hipped rope twist turned columns, on leaf capped downswept legs and paw feet, 137cm high. €600 – 1,000 107 HARRIET OSBORNE O’HAGAN 1830-1921 Normandy Farm Oil on canvas, 15" x 18", signed and dated 1891. Born in Dublin, O’Hagan first exhibited her work at the RHA in 1849. She studied in Paris under several highly regarded teachers including Thomas Couture (1815-1879) whose most famous pupil was Edouard Manet (1832-1883). She exhibited at several of the Paris salons. A charcoal study of “Normandy Farm” is in the collection of the National Gallery of Ireland. The artist spent most of her artistic life in Paris and died there in 1921, so her work is rare on the Irish market. €1,000 – 2,000

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108 A MAHOGANY BREAKFRONT BOOKCASE, late 19th Century, the dental cornice above a moulded frieze and four astragal glazed doors, the base with fielded panel cupboard doors, on bracket feet, 217cm wide x 52cm deep x 232cm high. €3,000 – 5,000 109 CONOR WALTON b.1970 Grapes Oil on board, 12" x 9" (30.5cm x 23cm) signed. €300 – 500 110 A COPELAND SPODE PART DESERT SERVICE, with floral decoration on a blue ground (approx. 64 pieces). €150 – 250 111 A STAFFORDSHIRE PART DINNER SERVICE.

113 John Behan RHA b. 1932 Noel Mannion Bronze, 15" high, signed & dated 1989.

112 TWO DECANTERS, with diamond cut bodies.

Noel Mannion played 16 times for Ireland at No.8 during the late 80s/early 90’s. He is always remembered for the legendary try he scored in the victory against Wales in the 1989 5 Nations, where he ran the length of the pitch, before falling over the line.

€50 – 100

€2,500 – 3,500

€100 – 200

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114 A MAHOGANY THREE TIER DUMB WAITER, 19th Century, on baluster turned supports, 122cm wide x 45cm deep x 123cm high. €400 – 600

115 A MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTION, including four Doulton Burslem plates, a Versace plate and a quantity of Imari pattern plates (9). €50 – 100

116 A PAIR OF MASON’S IRONSTONE PLATES, three soup bowls in Imari pattern and two plates (7). €60 – 100

116A A SPODE SIDE PLATE, with floral decoration and a collection of plates including Masons (11). €60 – 100

117 ESTELLA FRANCES SOLOMONS RHA 1882-1968 Figures on the Beach, Kerry Oil on canvas board, 10" x 14" (25.5 x 35.5cm), signed. €400 – 600

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119 PETER PEARSON CONTEMPORARY View up The Liffey, Towards the Four Courts Pastel, 24" x 31" (61cm x 79cm), signed and dated 90.

118 A PAIR OF WATERFORD GLASS URNS, 19th Century (one lacking lid) and a tumbler. €150 – 200

€1,000 – 1,500 118A A CUT GLASS WATER JUG, 19th Century, with

120 DAVID FRENCH LE ROY b.1971 Still Life Oil on board, 13" x 26" (33cm x 66cm), signed.

serrated rim and stepped neck and a moulded glass jug. €30 – 50

€800 – 1,200

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121 A MAHOGANY REGENCY EXTENDING DINING TABLE, early 19th Century, with reeded rounded rim, raised on reeded ring turned legs and brass castors, 309cm long x 130cm wide (extended). €6,000 – 9,000

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122 A SET OF TWELVE MAHOGANY DINING

125 A CREAM HANDMADE WOOL CARPET WITH GREEK KEY BORDER, by V'Soske Joyce, 495cm x 325cm.

CHAIRS, early 19th Century, including two open armchairs, the reeded tablet backs with H-shape

€300 – 500

stretchers on ring turned tapering legs. €2,000 – 4,000

126  A MAHOGANY TWO TIER DUMB WAITER, c. 1900, on turned supports.

123 AFTER E. PURCELL, “Blackberries”, a coloured

€100 – 200

lithograph in a verre eglomise gilt frame, bearing the label “Daniel Egan, Dublin” verso.

127 A BLUE AND WHITE JARDINIERE WITH TRANSFER PRINTED DECORATION.

€200 – 300

€100 – 200 124 style of KAUFMAN, black and white stipple

128 A BASALT WARE WEDGEWOOD BOWL and a quantity of Wedgewood leaf plates.

engraving, in a verre eglomise frame. €100 – 200

€60 – 100

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Lot 130

Lot 131

129 A WATERFORD DIAMOND CUT GLASS BOWL, 19th Century , with serrated rim on a knopped and stepped support raised on a lemon squeezer base, 28cm diameter x 23cm high.

Lot 129

134 A CHELSEA “GREEN DRAGON” PART SERVICE, comprising tea cups, plates, etc. €40 – 60

€200 – 400 135 A QUANTITY OF CUT GLASS POSIE HOLDERS, TRAYS ETC.

130 A ROSEWOOD AND BOXWOOD BANDED TEA CADDY, C. 1900, of sarcophagus shape, the lift up lid revealing two compartments with brass ring handles, on brass spherical feet.

€20 – 30

136 A MISCELLANEOUS QUANTITY OF ASSORTED DRINKING GLASSES.

€200 – 300

€50 – 100

131 A WATERFORD CUT GLASS BOWL ON KNOPPED STEM, 19th Century, with diamond cut banding on circular base. 19.5cm diameter x 19.5cm high.

137 A MISCELLANEOUS QUANTITY OF ASSORTED DRINKING GLASSES.

€200 – 300

€50 – 100 132 A PART COFFEE SET BY T. GOODE & CO, decorated with shamrock pattern and a quantity of Indian Tree pattern ware.

138 A CUT GLASS BOWL (LACKING LID) AND A MOULDED GLASS “SWEETMEAT” BOWL.

€30 – 50

€50 – 100

133 A CAMDEN PART TEA SET, with floral and gilt decoration stamped “Harrods Limited, Brompton Road, London”.

139 A BRASS HANGING LANTERN (as fitted to the hall).

€40 – 60

€100 – 150

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140 A GILTBRASS TWELVE BRANCH HANGING GLASS CHANDELIER, with hanging garlands and droplets, approximately 132cm high (excl. chain). €2,000 – 4,000

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155 TEN SHEFFIELD SILVER TAPERED SERVING SPOONS, 9 Sheffield 1927, 1 1926, crested.

151 A PAIR OF SILVER CANDLESTICKS, Sheffield 1900, in the neoclassical taste on square bases, 11" high.

€300 – 500

€400 – 600 156 A PAIR OF SILVER KINGS PATTERN SERVING SPOONS, London 1822; and two other serving spoons, London (4).

152 A VICTORIAN TWO HANDLED SILVER PLATED WINE COOLER, with vine leaf decoration.

€80 – 120

€300 – 500 157 A LARGE SILVER TWO HANDLED CUP, BY West & Son, Dublin 1911, with Celtic decoration, 11¼", diameter (with base).

153 S IX SILVER CRESTED KINGS PATTERN TEASPOONS, London 1870.

€500 – 800

€80 – 120 154 S IX SILVER CRESTED KINGS PATTERN TEASPOONS, London 1837 (1 London 1870).

158 A N IRISH SILVER TWO HANDLED CUP, Dublin 1914, with Celtic decoration, 5" diameter.

€80 – 120

€300 – 350

Lot 157

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159 AN IRISH SILVER DISH RING, Dublin 1896, by West & Son, decorated with a continuous frieze of figures and animals (with thin blue liner).

162 TWELVE SILVER CRESTED FIDDLE PATTERN SHEFFIELD DINNER FORKS, by Jas Dixon and Sons, 1902.

€2,500 – 3,500 €300 – 500 160 FIVE SHEFFIELD SILVER DESSERT FORKS, 1903, BY Jas Dixon and Sons, with crested fiddle pattern. 163 FIVE SILVER DESSERT SPOONS, London 1904,

€100 – 200

crested with tapered handles. 161 TWELVE TAPERED HANDLE CRESTED TEASPOONS, Sheffield 1922.

€200 – 300

€150 – 250 164 FOUR SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN TEASPOONS, 161A A PAIR OF 9" CORINTHIAN COLUMN SILVER CANDLESTICKS, Sheffield 1901, with ribbed decoration on square bases.

2 Dublin 1861, Dublin 1830, Dublin 1839, and 2 others.

€300 – 500

€100 – 150

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Lot 166

Lot 165

Lot 167

165 AN OVOID SHAPED SILVER SAUCE BOAT, Dublin circa 1800-10 (date mark rubbed), by Matthew West, on shell and hoof feet.

169 A SILVER CHRISTENING MUG, Sheffield 1867,

€700 – 1,000

€150 – 250

166 AN IRISH SILVER SUGAR BOWL OF OVOID FORM, Dublin 1810, with bright cut decoration. (makers mark rubbed).

170 A SILVER CHRISTENING MUG, Sheffield 1888,

€300 – 500

€100 – 200

167 A SILVER CREAM JUG, Dublin 1828, with bright cut decoration, (makers mark rubbed).

171 A FOUR PIECE SILVER TEA SERVICE, West & Sons,

inscribed.

with spiral fluted decoration.

Dublin 1913, the domed lids with foliate decoration,

€150 – 250

chased leaf wrapped and scroll handle, the bodies decorated with repossee work and floral motifs.

168 A GLASS AND SILVER HIP FLASK, London 1913. €150 – 200

€2,500 – 4,000

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172 A LARGE OVAL TWO HANDLED SILVER TRAY, by Wests of Dublin 1913, with ornate floral and open pierced border, 25" x 19".

179 A SILVER INK WELL, Birmingham 1914, with reeded decoration and another. €100 – 200

€1,500 – 2,500 173 A SILVER HIGHLY EMBOSSED TEAPOT, by Richard Sawyer Dublin 1836, with floral motif.

180 A CASED SHEFFIELD SLIVER GRAPE SCISSORS, Sheffield 1897.

€800 – 1000

€200 – 300

174 A LONDON SILVER CIGARETTE BOX, (Marks rubbed).

181 A CASED SET OF SIX SILVER TEA KNIVES, Sheffield 1916.

€70 – 100

€100 – 200 175 A SILVER CIGARETTE BOX, Birmingham1912, with crest on bun feet.

182 A CASED SET OF TWELVE SILVER BRIGHT CUT TEASPOONS, Sheffield 1916 .

€70 – 100

€150 – 250

176 A SILVER ENGINE TURNED CIGARETTE BOX, Birmingham, 1940, and a silver engine turned card holder.

183 A CASED SET OF SIX SHEFFIELD SILVER TEA KNIVES, Sheffield 1904.

€50 – 70

€100 – 200

177 A SILVER CIGARETTE CASE WITH AN ENGRAVING OF DOG, Birmingham 1940.

178 A SILVER CIGARETTE CASE, Birmingham 1952.

184 A CASED SET OF TWELVE SILVER FISH KNIVES AND FORKS, Sheffield 1905, bone handle with crest.

€50 – 70

€250 – 350

€70 – 90

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185 A CASED SET FOUR SILVER RECTANGULAR BON BON DISHES,London 1896, with open and pierced decoration, crested.

191 AN IRISH SILVER NAPKIN RING, Dublin 1920, by West & Son, with others and salt spoons.

€300 – 500

€40 – 60

186 A SILVER AND GLASS ROUND INK WELL, London 1899 (damaged).

192 AN IRISH SILVER TWO HANDLED BOWL, Dublin 1862, with a London silver vesta case, 1896 and a cigarette lighter.

€80 – 100

€40 – 60 187 A PAIR OF BIRMINGHAM SILVER PEPPER POTS, 1912.

193 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY BRIGHT CUT SILVER SNUFF BOX, (marks rubbed), a tortoiseshell box and a papier mache snuff box.

€80 – 150 188 FOUR EMBOSSED SILVER SALTS, London 1881, on hoof feet.

€40 – 60

€250 – 350 194 A LONDON SILVER OVAL EMBOSSED BOX, 1902, with a blue glass double ended perfume bottle, with embossed silver caps.

189 A PAIR OF OVAL AND PIERCED SILVER SALTS, Birmingham, 1912, and a matching mustard pot.

€50 – 100

€100 – 200 190 AN IRISH EMBOSSED SILVER SUGAR TONGS, Dublin 1853.

195 A CASED SET OF TWELVE FRUIT KNIVES AND FORKS, with bone handles and elaborate plated mounts.

€200 – 300

€200 – 300 49


196 A SILVER PLATED EMBOSSED TEA KETTLE, on stand with plated dish holder.

208 A PAIR OF SILVER PLATED COASTERS, with scalloped borders.

€60 – 100

€150 – 200

197 A THREE PIECE SILVER PLATED CASED CHRISTENING SET.

209 A SILVER PLATED CIGAR BOX.

€50 – 100

€10 – 20

198 AN OVAL SILVER PLATED VEGETABLE DISH AND COVER, with plated tazza.

210 AN ART NOUVEAU STYLE RUBY GLASS and silver plated claret jug.

€30 – 50

€100 – 200

199 A PAIR OF SILVER PLATED PEPPERS, and a 3 piece silver plated condiment set on tray.

211 A FINE PAIR OF VICTORIAN SILVER PLATED OVOID VEGETABLE DISHES AND COVERS.

€30 – 50

€250 – 350

200 A PAIR OF SILVER PLATED PHEASANTS

212 A TWO HANDLED SILVER PLATED TUREEN, with beaded border on foliate feet with cover, 19th Century.

€30 – 50

€200 – 300 201 F OUR FIDDLE PATTERNED SILVER PLATED CRESTED LADLES

213 A PAIR OF SILVER PLATED DISH COVERS WITH ENGRAVED DECORATION, Mappin Brothers.

€40 – 60

€200 – 300

202 ELEVEN SILVER PLATED FIDDLE PATTERN DESSERT SPOONS, with crest.

214 AN OLD SHEFFIELD PLATED BEER TANKARD, with engraved decoration, crested.

€30 – 50

€100 – 200

203 FIVE SILVER PLATED RAT TAIL TABLESPOONS. €20 – 40

215 A BOX OF BONE HANDLED KNIVES, and silver plated spoons.

204 SIX SILVER PLATED RAT TAIL DESSERT SPOONS.

€50 – 100

€30 – 50 216 A PAIR OF SHEFFIELD SILVER BUTTER FORKS, 1908, and three silver Sheffield butter knives, 1929.

205 TWELVE SILVER PLATED FIDDLE PATTERN DESSERT FORKS.

€50 – 120

€30 – 50

217 A PAIR OF SILVER PLATED FIDDLE PATTERN SERVING SPOONS, with a pair of plated marrow scoops.

206 SEVEN SILVER PLATED RAT TAIL DINNER FORKS, with 3 others. €30 – 50

€25 – 50

207 A MISCELLANEOUS QUANTITY OF SILVER PLATED SPOONS.

218 A LARGE SILVER PLATED FIDDLE PATTERN SOUP LADLE, crested.

€5 – 10

€30 – 60 50


231 TWO SUGAR TONGS, BUTTER KNIFE AND FORK.

219 A SILVER PLATED CRUMB TRAY WITH BONE HANDLE, three strainers, one pickle fork and butter knife and a silver plated tongs.

€5 – 10

€25 – 45 232 SEVENTEEN FIDDLE PATTERN DINNER FORKS, crested, with 6 others.

220 AN ASSORTED LOT OF SILVER PLATE €20 ��� 50

€40 – 80

221 A CASED STERLING SILVER SAUCE BOAT, with serrated border Sheffield 1952 (imported mark) sauce ladle, Sheffield 1948.

233 A GENTLEMANS TRAVELLING CASE, with fitted interior, containing silver mounted bottles, clothes brushes, etc. €200 – 400

€250 – 350

€20 – 30

234 TWO SIMILAR SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN SERVING SPOONS, Dublin 1811 and 1808; another Bright Cut serving spoon, Dublin 1765 (marks rubbed) and silver teaspoon, Dublin 1831 (4).

223 A PAIR OF EPNS JAMSPOONS, with a pair of silver plated cake servers, sugar tongs.

€60 – 100

222 SIX BONE HANDLED KNIVES.

€10 – 20

235 A PLATED CAKE STAND, MUFFIN DISH, TOAST RACKS, ETC.

224 A SILVER TEA CADDY, Chester 1913, with embossed decoration of figures.

€30 – 50

€250 – 350 236 A QUANTITY OF BONE HANDLED KNIVES (CRESTED); and a bone handled fruit service.

225 A SILVER EMBOSSED SUGAR BOWL, with gilt interior by Mappin and Webb London 1890.

€30 – 50

€250 – 350 237 A QUANTITY OF PLATED WARE INCLUDING CONDIMENTS, FLATWARE, ETC.

226 A SILVER CREAM JUG, Birmingham 1954, with serrated border.

€20 – 40

€100 – 150

237A A QUANTIY OF PLATED FIDDLE PATTERN SPOONS AND FORKS.

227 A TWO HANDLED SILVER BOWL, Birmingham 1954. €80 – 120

€30 – 50

228 A SILVER PLATED SUGAR CADDY. 238 NINE PLATED FIDDLE PATTERN FORKS

€30 – 50

€10 – 20 229 A CASED SET OF BONE HANDLED KNIVES AND FORKS, and a silver plated fish fork.

238A NINETEEN PLATED FIDDLE PATTERN SPOONS (CRESTED).

€30 – 50

€30 – 50

230 AN IRISH SILVER BRIGHT CUT SUGAR SIFTER SPOON, Dublin 1902.

239 SIX PLATED KINGS PATTERN FORKS

€70 – 100

€20 – 30 51


240 PETER COLLIS RHA b.1929 Fast Running Stream, Glendalough Oil on card, 8½" x 9", signed.

242 AN ORIENTAL RUG ON RUST GROUND, 222cm x 120cm. €200 – 300

€800 – 1200 241 EMILIE JANSON Still Life – Flowers in a Cut Glass Vase Watercolour and gouache, 18" x 13¼" (46cm x 33.5cm), inscribed label verso.

243 ALEXANDER WILLIAMS RHA 1846-1930

€100 – 200

€400 – 600

Coastal Landscape Oil on board, 10" x 18", signed.

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253 A MAHOGANY FRAMED OVAL WALL MIRROR, 20th Century.

244 AN OAK MARRIAGE CHEST, Continental, 19th Century, with domed lid, the sides with carved panels and inlaid figures of birds, on bracket feet. 136cm wide.

€50 – 100

€400 – 600

254 A GILT PLASTER WALL MIRROR, c.1900, in Adams style, the urn cresting hung with ribbon tied swags, 100cm wide x 80cm high.

245 A MAHOGANY SET OF HANGING WALL SHELVES, c.1900. €100 – 200

€300 – 500

246 A SET OF FOUR BLACK AND WHITE ENGRAVINGS. 255 AFTER M. BROWN, A BLACK AND WHITE COPPER ENGRAVING OF THE DUKE OF LEEDS RECEIVING THE TURKISH AMBASSADOR; and a collection, 20" x 24".

€100 – 200

247 A MAHOGANY AND SATINWOOD INLAID SIDE TABLE, 20th Century with two frieze drawers on square tapering legs.

€50 – 100

€50 – 100 256 after WILLIAM HOGARTH A Rake’s Progress (Plate). Black and white engravings (plates 1,6,7&?) a set of four, each 14" x 16", inscribed, Bregazzi & Sons (framing label verso).

248 A PAIR OF GILTPLASTER UPRIGHT WALL MIRRORS. €50 – 100

€200 – 400 249 after SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS Francis, Duke of Bedford and Brothers Coloured engraving, 22" x 18", and a collection.

257 after WILLIAM HOGARTH Sandibras in Tribulation Black and white engraving, 12" x 15".

€100 – 200

€80 – 120

250 A WALNUT CLOCK, c.1900, by William Harris, 77 Oxford Street, Manchester. €200 – 400

258 Continental School, 19th Century. Rooftop View Oil on board, 14" diameter.

251 A MAHOGANY AND UPHOLSTERD LOW CHAIR, late 19th Century on sabre legs.

€150 – 250

€50 – 100

252 A MAHOGANY CHAMBER TABLE, c. 1800 with one frieze drawer on square legs with a crossover stretcher.

259 MARIA SIMONDS GOODING, contemporary Sheep of Inisicileáin Coloured etching, ed. 7/ 35, signed and inscribed.

€200 – 300

€30 – 50

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Lot 267

The Bedrooms

Lot 265

Lot 266 Lot 260

Lot 261

Lot 262

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260 AN UPHOLSTERED WING BACK ARMCHAIR, on turned mahogany legs.

267 AN ART NOUVEAU HANGING LIGHT (as fitted to the bedroom).

€200 – 300

€200 - 300

261 A PAIR OF KINGWOOD CROSSBANDED BEDSIDE LOCKERS, with shaped gallery backs above three short drawers on square tapering legs, 37cm wide x 31cm deep be 73cm high.

268 A MASON’S IRONSTONE DRESSING TABLE BOX with transfer printed decoration and a collection. €40 – 60

€300 – 500 269 Richard Kingston RHA 1922-2003 Cut Melon Watercolour, 15½" x 12", signed and dated 96.

262 A MAHOGANY FOUR POSTER SINGLE BED, mid 19th century, with turned baluster supports to one end and ropetwist columns to the other (headed by urn shaped finials), the foot board with fan and roundel decoration.

Provenance, Solomon Gallery (label verso). €700 – 1,000

€400 – 600

263 A STAINED WOOD AND WICKER DISHED FOOTSTOOL, 20th Century and a kneeler. €40 – 60

264 A MAHOGANY LOW CHAIR, c. 1900, with pierced foliate back on sabre legs and brass castors. €100 – 150

265 A GILT METAL TABLE LAMP, modern. €250 – 350

266 A MAHOGANY CRUTCH MIRROR, 20th Century. €100 – 200

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274 A BRASS CORINTHIAN COLUMN OIL LAMP WITH GLASS RESERVOIR (converted to a lamp), the base 62cm high.

270 AN OAK CHEST ON CHEST, English, early 18th Century, the plain frieze concealing a hidden drawer above two short and three long graduating drawers, above a shaped apron on cabriole legs and bun feet, 112cm wide x 62cm deep x 178cm high.

€250 – 350

€1,500 – 2,000

275 A GILTPLASTER REGENCY OVERMANTEL MIRROR, early 19th Century, with bobbin turned decoration, 159cm wide x 86cm high.

271 A MAHOGANY OPEN ARMCHAIR, early 19th Century, with plain tablet back, downswept arms with turned supports on square legs, joined by a H-shaped stretcher.

€600 – 1,000

€100 – 200

276 A MAHOGANY AND BOXWOOD INLAID BEDROOM CHAIR, c.1900.

272 A MAHOGANY FRAMED UPHOLSTERED OPEN ARMCHAIR, c.1900 on cabriole legs and pad feet.

€60 – 100

€60 – 100

277 AN ORIENTAL CARPET, on rust ground, 204cm x 123cm.

273 A MAHOGANY TRIPOD LIFT UP TABLE, 18th Century, on a central baluster turned support, downswept legs and pad feet. 80cm diameter.

€200 – 300

€200 – 300

€40 – 60

278 A BRASS PIERCED FENDER, 70 cm wide, fire iron etc.

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280

283 GERALDINE O’BRIEN B.1922 Still Life - Summer Flowers Oil on canvas, 33" x 30" (84 x 76cm), signed.

279 A ROSEWOOD POLESCREEN, 19th Century, with a tapestry panel of dogs, on a ring turned tapering column, hipped downswept legs and scroll feet.

€2,000 – 3,000

€200 – 400

284 NORMAN TEELING, contemporary Garden View Oil on board, 10" x 17" (25.5 x 43cm), signed.

280 A ROSEWOOD FRAMED POLE SCREEN, 19th Century containing a tapestry of a shepherd, above a central turned column, on turned downswept tripod base.

€300 – 500

€200 – 400 285 TOM NISBET RHA 1909-2001 Bridge On The Canal Watercolour, 10" x 13¾" (25.5 x 35cm).

281 NORMAN TEELING, contemporary The Artist’s Garden Oil on board, 10" x 12" (25.5 x 30.5cm), signed.

Provenance: Artist’s Studio Sale, These Rooms November 2006 (label verso).

€300 – 500

€150 – 250

282 A MAHOGANY INLAID WARDROBE, 20th Century with rounded ends, with two central mirrored doors above two short drawers, on bracket feet, 190cm wide.

286 MARSHAL C. HUTSON 1903-2001 Fly Fishing Oil on canvas, 20" x 24" (51 x 61cm), signed.

€100 – 200

€300 – 500

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291 A MAHOGANY TWO DOOR WARDROBE, 19th Century, the moulded cornice above two panelled doors, the base with one long drawer, on turned feet.

287 A MAHOGANY OVAL DROP LEAF TABLE, 19th Century by Butler, Dublin , with two frieze drawers to one side stamped “Butler, Dublin” and dummy drawers to the other, on a central baluster support, quadripartite downswept legs and brass castors, 153cm wide x

€100 – 200

€800 – 1, 200

288 No Lot

292 A MAHOGANY SECRETAIRE CHEST, mid 19th Century, with gadrooned rim, above a let down secretaire drawer concealing a fitted interior, above three graduating drawers, 114cm wide x 57cm deep x 120cm high.

289 A PAIR OF MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, mid 19th Century, with shaped backs, serpentine seat on sabre legs, upholstered in hide.

€200 – 400

€200 – 300

290 A MAHOGANY CHEST OF FOUR LONG GRADUATING DRAWERS, 18th Century on bracket feet, 94cm wide x 91cm high.

293 A MAHOGANY SECRETAIRE A ABBATANT, early 19th Century, with pedimented top above two short drawers and three dummy drawers, revealing a let down front and fitted interior, above three further graduating drawers on bracket feet, 107cm wide x 58cm deep, 150cm high.

€400 – 600

€600 – 1,000

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294 PAULINE BEWICK RHA b. 1935 Reclining Figure, Kerry Landscape Pen & Watercolour, 30½" x 22" (77.5 x 56cm), signed and dated 1978. €1,500 – 2,000 295 TOM NISBET RHA 1909-2001 Cattle Watering Watercolour, 11" x 15" (28cm x 38cm). Provenance: Artist’s Studio Sale, These Rooms November 2006 (label verso). €200 – 300 296 TOM NISBET RHA 1909-2001 Cattle Resting Watercolour, 11" x 15" (28cm x 38cm). Provenance: Artist’s Studio Sale, These Rooms November 2006 (label verso). €200 – 300 297 Markey Robinson 1918-1999 Unloading The Catch Gouache on board, 16" x 24" (40.5 x 61cm), signed. €2,000 – 4,000

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298 A MAHOGANY BACHELORS CHEST, 18th Century, of four graduating drawers, on bracket feet, 85cm wide x 92cm high (with later mirror attachment).

303 A MAHOGANY WARDROBE, 19th Century, the moulded cornice above two arched panel doors, the base with two short drawers, on bracket feet.

€400 – 600

€200 – 300

299 A MAHOGANY LINEN PRESS, 19TH CENTURY, the plain cornice above two fielded panel doors, the base with two short and two long graduating drawers, on bracket feet.

304 A SET OF MAHOGANY BED ENDS, 20th Century, with applied trellis decoration. €200 – 300

€200 – 300 305 A GILT PLASTER REGENCY STYLE COMPARTMENTED OVER MANTEL MIRROR, decorated with rams heads and swags, flanked by leaf tied reeded supports. 159cm side x 69cm high.

300 CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, 17 Century. Christ on the Cross Oil on panel, 25" x 20" th

€600 – 1000

€400 – 600

306 A MAHOGANY FRAMED DRESSING TABLE MIRROR, c.1900 in a reeded frame, 60cm wide.

301 A MAHOGANY BOOT STAND, 19th Century. €100 – 200

€80 – 120

302 A MAHOGANY SET OF OPEN BOOKSHELVES, 19th Century.

307 A MISCELLANEOUS QUANTITY OF PRINTS.

€200 – 300

€50 – 100 60


308 MOYRA BARRY 1885-1960 Summer Flowers Oil on canvas, 20" x 24" (51cm x 61cm), signed.

315 A MASON STYLE JUG, with imari pattern and a quantity of jugs.

€800 – 1,200

316 AN OAK AND METAL BOUND TRAVELLING TRUNK, 19th Century, with carrying handles.

€30 – 50

€100 – 200

309 A MAHOGANY CHEVAL MIRROR ON SHAPED BASE, with downswept legs.

317 THREE MODEL TOY CARS INCLUDING MGB AND HORCH (2), with original boxes.

€200 - 300

€50 – 100 310 A MAHOGANY LINEN PRESS, 19th Century, with moulded cornice above two paneled doors, the base with two long graduating drawers, on a plinth base.

318 A MAHOGANY CHEST OF TWO SHORT AND THREE LONG GRADUATING DRAWERS, 18th century, on bracket feet. 94cm wide x 52cm deep x 73cm high.

€200 – 400

€500 – 700

311 A SATINWOOD AND PAINTED SHAPED OCCASIONAL TABLE, c.1900, with floral decoration on tapering splayed legs, cross stretcher.

319 CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, 19th Century Shipping Scene Oil on canvas, 9" x 12". €60 – 100

€200 – 300

320 SIX ASSORTED SILVER PLATED SALVERS AND TRAYS.

312 A WALNUT BEDSIDE COMMODE, c. 1900 with one inlaid door on plinth base.

€60 - 100

€60 – 100

313 AN UPHOLSTERED EASY CHAIR, on bun feet.

321 ESTELLA SOLOMONS 1882-1968 The Brazen Head Etching, 5¾" x 4", Frederick Gallery, (label verso), A/P.

€30 – 50

€40 – 60

314 A MAHOGANY FRAMED FIRESCREEN, with an embroidery of a peacock and a collection.

322 AFTER HARRY NEILSON Mr Fox’s Hunt Breakfast on Christmas Day Coloured reproduction, 13½" x 28".

€30 – 50

€30 – 50 61


329 AN “OLD CHELSEA” STYLE PART TEA SERVICE; and a Staffordshire part tea service with floral decoration. €30 – 50 330 A BOX OF ASSORTED LINEN TABLE MATTS, napkins, etc. €20 – 40 331 A QUANTITY OF CLOTH TABLE MATS ETC. €10 – 20 332 ENGLISH SCHOOL Figures in a Wooded Landscape Oil on panel, 12" x 14" (poor condition), in a gilt plaster frame. €60 – 100 333 A LACE TABLECLOTH AND A COLLECTION. €30 – 50 334 A STAFFORDSHIRE PART DINNER SERVICE; and another. €30 – 50

323 NORMAN J MCCAIG 1929-2001 Fishing Boats, Letterfrack Oil on board, 20" x 16", signed; inscribed label verso.

335 A SEWING MACHINE BASE AND AN EASY CHAIR €10 - 20

€800 – 1,400 324 A MAHOGANY TWO TIER TROLLEY

336 A SET OF FIVE “MEADOW” SOUP BOWLS, and a collection of assorted plates (approximately 19).

€20 – 30

€20 – 40 337 A QUANTITY OF ASSORTED PLATES.

325 A QUANTITY OF DRESSING TABLE ITEMS, including letter openers, ivory box etc.

€10 – 20

€40 – 60

338 A QUANTITY OF MOULDED GLASS SERVING BOWLS, ETC. €20 – 40

326 A MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTION, including a framed plaster relief of Emperor Alexander, etc.

339 AN ETCHED AMBER GLASS FLARED VASE AND A COLLECTION.

€40 – 60

€50 – 100 327 A QUANTITY OF JARDINIERES, VASES ETC.

341 A PLATED MEAT DISH COVER.

€20 – 30

€30 – 50

328 A QUANTITY OF PLAYING CARDS, Bridge games, etc.

342 A PINE RAIL BACK KITCHEN CHAIR, TRAY, ETC.

€20 – 30

€10 – 20 62


357 A TURNED WOOD TABLE LAMP, MODERN. €20 – 30

343 after CECIL ALDEN Pictures from Pickwick A set of six coloured reproductions of Dickens, each 15" x 19½"

358 AN OAK BEDSIDE COMMODE, 20th Century, on barley twist supports.

€50 – 100

€20 – 30

344 A QUANTITY OF MISCELLANEOUS PRINTS. €30 – 50

359 A HANGING CUCKOO CLOCK, MODERN. €20 – 40

345 BURNING RUINS AT TEMPLE BAR, 11" x 20". €0 – 0

360 A PAIR OF PLASTER WALL BRACKETS OF FEMALES. €10 – 20

346 A FOUR FOLD BEDROOM SCREEN. €10 – 20

361 A SILVER MOUNTED WALKING CANE, and a collection including shooting sticks etc.

347 A SET OF MAHOGANY BED ENDS, 20th CENTURY; and another (damaged). €20 – 40

€30 – 50 362 A METAL AND CLOISONNÉ POT POURI; and another decorated with ox heads. €40 – 60

348 after VAN DYCK Pope Philip II Black and White engraving and two others.

363 A TRANSFER PRINTED TEAPOT, and a collection of assorted jugs etc. €30 – 50

€50 – 100 349 IRISH SCHOOL, 20th Century Portrait of a Woman Oil on canvas, 20" x 16".

364 A MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTION OF MOULDED GLASS, including vases, jugs, etc. €30 – 50

€60 – 100 350 after MORELAND, coloured reproduction and a pair of botanical prints.

365 AN IMARI PATTERN PART TEA SERVICE. €20 – 40

€30 – 50 366 A FAMILLE ROSE TEAPOT, a Dresden water carrier (damaged) and a collection.

351 A QUANTITY OF BLUE AND WHITE WARE, a Royal Doulton bowl, etc.

€20 – 40

€40 – 60 367 A SHELF OF MISCELLANEOUS GLASSWARE. €20 – 40

352 A PAIR OF PLATED DESK CANDLESTICKS, and a quantity of dressing table items.

368 A SUTHERLAND PART COFFEE SET. €20 – 30

€50 – 100 353 THE NEW SLIPPER BED PAN AND ANOTHER (2). €10 – 20

369 A SHELF OF PART DINNER SERVICES. €30 – 50

354 A QUANTITY OF MEN’S TIES. €30 – 50

370 A STAFFORDSHIRE CHEESE DISH AND COVER, a Royal Doulton bowl and a set of seven Newhall soup bowls (8). €40 – 60

355 ANOTHER LOT SIMILAR. €30 – 50

371 A SET OF SIX BLUE GLASS RUMMERS, and a blue glass water jug.

356 ANOTHER LOT SIMILAR. €30 – 50

€20 – 40 63


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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.

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.

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. 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.

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. TERMS Vendors 1. 10%+ VAT is charged on all goods sold. 2. de Veres Art Auctions do not charge a buying in fee where the reserve is agreed in advance. Purchaser 1. 17.5%+ 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.


monday, 19th september 2011

WESTBURY Monday, 19th September

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Westbury 19 September 2011