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Collections & Estates of Aesthetes Tuesday 21st, Wednesday 22nd and Thursday 23rd October 2014

Lot 349 - A Unique Irish Silver Presentation - The Irish Hospital Sweepstake

Collections & Estates of Aesthetes Tuesday 21st, Wednesday 22nd and Thursday 23rd October 2014


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Introduction

This Autumn, MEALY’S is proud to present Collections & Estates of Aesthetes, a three day sale of fine & decorative art, comprising: a wide selection of paintings including period portraits and landscapes and modern Irish art; an array of crested family silver and other silver never seen before on the market; period furniture from the 18th & 19th century, together with interesting examples of 20th century design; rare books including fine period bindings, signed first editions, and very scarce ephemera relating to, inter alia, the Great Industrial Exhibition; a melange of interesting Irish crystal, including wonderful examples of early Waterford crystal; and much more. The sale is dominated by the McGrath Collection, almost two hundred lots from the personal estate of the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McGrath, formerly of Curragh Grange and Brownstown Stud, Co. Kildare. The McGrath family fame dates back to the enigmatic Joseph McGrath Senior (1887-1966), (Joseph’s father), the Irish politician and businessman. He was a TD for Sinn Fein and later Cumannna nGaedheal, representing constituencies in Dublin and Mayo and was instrumental in several significant Irish historical and political events. He travelled with the Irish Treaty delegation to London as one of Michael Collins personal staff. He took the pro-treaty side in the Civil War and was made Director of Intelligence. Most significantly, in a strongly worded letter, written in red ink, McGrath warned Collins not to take his last, ill-fated trip to Cork. He later served as Minister for Labour in The Irish Treaty Delegation the 2nd Dail and the Provisional Irish Government and held the Industry and McGrath, Collins and McGarry Commerce portfolio in the early executive committees. Following his political career he is probably best remembered for having founded the Irish Hospital’s Sweepstake in 1930. He had other extensive and successful business interests, always investing in Ireland, and became Ireland’s best-known racehorse owner and breeder, winning the Epsom Derby with Arctic Prince in 1951. He passed away at his private home – Cabinteely House – in 1966. He had three sons - Joseph (Joe Jnr), Seamus and Paddy – who built an empire comprising the Irish Sweepstake, Irish Glass Bottling Company, Waterford Glass and directorships on boards of various other companies. From the estate, there is numerous examples of high quality stamped Hick’s furniture, Irish giltwood mirrors, Irish paintings, unique silver relating to the family and their racing and business achievements, The Marquess of Ripon Collection is one of the most interesting consignments to this exciting sale. The present owner inherited by descent from Captain Cecil Luke Robinson, a direct descendant of the last Marquess of Ripon whose wife was a daughter of Earl Grey, son of the Marquess of Ripon, strengthening the connection. George Robinson, KG, GCSI, CIE, VD, PC, the 1st Marquess of Ripon (1827-1909) was also known as Viscount Goderich from 1833 to 1859, as the Earl of Ripon in 1859, and as the Earl de Grey and Ripon from 1859 to 1871. He was a British politician who served in every Liberal cabinet from 1861 to 1909. He is best known for his diplomatic and political career, culminating in the role of Viceroy of India (1880-1884) among several other prestigious roles throughout his lucrative career. He was also the Grand Master of the United Lodge of Freemasonry from 1870-1874, at which point he George Robinson Frederick Robinson 1st Marquess of Ripon 2nd Marquess of Ripon converted to Catholicism. His son Frederick succeeded as 2nd Marquess of Ripon upon his father’s death in 1909. A courtier and politician, Frederick spent six years in Parliament and later took his seat at the House of Lords. He was a close friend to King Edward VII and treasurer to Queen Alexandra. Among his many accolades, he holds the record of the greatest recorded lifetime bag of birds shot, which stands at 556,000, including 241,000 pheasants. The silver items presented are some of the last items left from the Marquess of Ripon and the Robinson family. There is a variety of crested flatware with the Marquess of Ripon family crest. Some of the silver is engraved to Captain Cecil Robinson, including a very rare 1916 Sinn Fein Cup, awarded to him in appreciated for the protection of Trinity College during the Rising. A suit worn by him in the presence of the Queen is also included in the sale. Much of the jewellery has come from Lady Grey’s side of the family.

The sale also includes the collection of Dr. T.J. Keogh of Lisduggan Lodge, Waterford, comprising over 150 lots, including furniture, paintings, silver, porcelain, glass and other typical country house contents. Remaining items from the estates of the late Mrs. Una Wynne of Glendalough and the late Dr. Hubert O’Connor are included. As always, there are over a hundred and fifty other vendors, including private collectors, executors, trustees, solicitors, liquidators, and agents, allowing us to present almost 1500 lots of fine & decorative to you, our customers.


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Lot 839

COLLECTIONS & ESTATES OF AESTHETES 2014 Tuesday 21st, Wednesday 22nd & Thursday 23rd October at our Castlecomer Saleroom, Kilkenny Road, Castlecomer, Co. Kilkenny commencing at 11am PUBLIC VIEWING: Sunday 19th October: Noon - 5pm Monday 20th October: 10am - 5pm

Illustrated Catalogue €10 (admits 2) Sorry – no children under 12 years of age Front Cover Illustration: Lot 867 Back Cover Illustration: Lot 349 Sale Reference: 0235

Coming from Dublin – Take M7 out of Dublin, followed by the M9. Take the Athy exit off the M9 and continue through Athy and onto Castlecomer. In Castlecomer, follow the N78 for Kilkenny. The new auction gallery is situatied 2km south of the Castlecomer Town Centre Square on the N78. Take a left between the Country Life Glanbia building and O’Shea Plant Hire, and drive into Castlecomer Business Park Coming from Cork – Take the M8 out of Cork to the termination of the M8 motorway. Continue along the N8 through Cullahill into Durrow. Take the N77 from Durrow to Ballyragget, followed by the R694 from Ballyragget to Castlecomer. Take a right at the Castlecomer Town Centre Square onto the N78 for Kilkenny. The new auction gallery is situated 1.9 km south of the Castlecomer Town Centre Square on the N78. Take a left between the Country Life Glanbia Building and O’Shea Plant Hire and drive to the large designated car park in Castlecomer Business Park. Coming from Kilkenny – Take the N78 north, in the direction of Castlecomer. Take a right between O’Shea Plant Hire and the Glanbia Country Life Building and drive to the large designated car park in Castlecomer Business Park.

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A selection of sales conducted by Mealy’s Rosemount, Co. Wexford, for the late Mrs. A.D. Place The Canon Charles Travers Collection of Antique Arms, Burlington Hotel, in association with Christies. Talbot Hall, Wexford, for Misses G. & M. Roche Piper’s Hall, Wexford, for Miss K. Poe Brownsbarn, Kilkenny, for Lord Teignmouth Ballinamona Park, Waterford, for the Executors of the late Major R.J.H. Carew Graigueaverne House, Laois, for the children of the late Hon. John Forbes Dunbrody Park, Wexford, for Lord and Lady Donegall Thornsfields, Limerick, for Mr. Gerard P. Bourke Lismacue Castle, Tipperary, for the Reps. of the late Mr. Wm. Baker Croom House, Limerick, for Mr. and Mrs. H.R.T. Fitzjohn Knocktoran House, Limerick, for the Executors of the late Capt. Geoffrey T. Brooke Killinure House, Carlow, for the Fegan family Shanbally House, Tipperary, for Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Powell St. Austins’s, Wexford, for Major and Mrs. H.M.E. Grogan Charleville Castle, Offaly, for Mr. Michael McMullen Ballyvelly House, Kerry, for Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Ryle Curragh Grange, Kildare, for Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. McGrath Trudder, Wicklow, for the Reps. of the Estate of the Late Lt. Col. FC. Cowper Evington House, Carlow, for Capt. R.H. Prior Wandesforde Castle House, Limerick, for the Reps. of the late Dr. Nora O’Connor Fenagh House, Carlow, for the Reps. of the late Commander Denis John Pack-Beresford Dolly’s Grove, Meath, for Mr. and Mrs. C.A. Ryan Shankill Castle, Kilkenny, for the Misses Toler–Alyward’s Acraboy House, Tipperary, for Lady Harris Roseboro House, Kildare, for Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shannon Annagh Lodge, Tipperary, for the Reps. of the late Mr. M.R. Cubitt Doneen House, Limerick, for the Honourable Steven F.L. and Mrs. Stanhope The Ronald McDonnell Collection, Royal Hospital, Kilmainham, Dublin Wellington House, Tipperary, for Mr. and Mrs R.J. Powell Lisdonagh House, Galway, for the Reps. of the late Ms. Valda Palmer


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Moyne Park, Galway, for Mrs. Penny Macbeth The Old Vicarage, Swords, Dublin, for Mr. F. Morrin Abbeyleix House, Laois, for the Viscount and Viscountess de Vesci Mount Loftus, Kilkenny, for the Reps. of the late Mrs T. H. (Bettina) Grattan-Bellew Ballynaparka, Waterford, for Mr. and Mrs. James H.G. Villiers-Stuart Summerhilll House, Tipperary, for Mr. J.P. Prendergast Abington Rectory, Limerick, for Sir George and Lady Earle Borleagh Manor, Wexford for Mr. Malachy C. Stone The Grange, Kikenny, for Dr. T.A. White Kellsgrange, Kilkenny, for Mr. and Mrs. Eric B.G. Wardrop Killarugh Glen, Cork, for Mr. and Mrs. Robin Boyd Coolbawn House, Kilkenny, for Mrs. Iris Briggs-Swifte Upper Court Manor, Kilkenny, for Mr. Patrick Fitzgerald Kilshane House, Tipperary, for Mr. and Mrs. Ian Hurst Raford House, Galway, for the Lord and Lady Hemphill The Hermitage, Cork, for Mr. and Mrs. Cyril E. Hall Garretstown House, Meath, for their Highnesses Prince and Princess Guirey The Murnaghan Collection, for the Executors of the late Mrs. Alice Murnaghan, in association with Christies Loughananna House, Cork, for the Reps. of the late Mrs. Catherine Kennedy Glenwood House, Cork, for Dr. and Mrs. Dietmar Borchers Tullanisk, Offaly, for Mr. and Mrs. G.H. Gossip Ferndene, Blackrock, Co. Dublin, for Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Cruess-Callaghan Lissadell, Co. Sligo, for Sir Josslyn and Lady Gore-Booth - Part 1 Ballyowen House, Tipperary, for Mr. and Mrs. Frank McCan Tigorney House, Avoca, Co. Wicklow, for Mr. and Mrs. Louis Deschodt The Rectory, Littleton, Thurles, Co. Tipperary, for the Owners The Goldberg Collection, for the Reps. of the late Mr. Gerald Y Goldberg, Ben- Truda, Cork Luggala, on the instructions of Barbican Corporation, home of the Right Honour Garech Browne Mount Congreve, on the instructions of the representatives of the estate


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CONTACTS

George Mealy Senior MRICS MSCSI Managing Director george@mealys.ie George is a licensed auctioneer with 40 years experience in the sale and valuation of fine & decorative art and personal property. He is a fully accredited member of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors, in the faculty of Art & Antiques. He is also a member of the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland. His specialties include period furniture, paintings, silver, porcelain, militaria and clocks.

George Gerard Mealy BBLS, Attorney-at-Law Director of Business Development georgegerard@mealys.ie George Gerard studied Fine Art Valuation in Southampton Solent University before graduating with a double major with honours in Business & Law at UCD. He then trained with PricewaterhouseCoopers Advisory Services during which time he sat and passed the New York bar exams. He is member of the New York State Bar Association and is a qualified attorney. He began training in Mealy’s in 2008 and is primarily focussed on business development and auxilliary services.

Sara Kenny ASCSI Consultant sarakenny@mealys.ie Sara has over 25 years experience in the furniture and fine art profession and is a fully accredited associate of the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland. She previously worked in the fine art department at Hamilton Osborne King and was a consultant with Adam’s

Rhonda Mealy BA Accounts and Marketing Manager rhonda@mealys.ie Rhonda studied Psychology at York University in Toronto. She manages Mealy’s marketing and communications strategy and is responsible for the introduction of live auctions, the Mealy’s newsletter and online social media networking via Linkedin, Facebook & Twitter.

Other contacts for this sale: Cait Madigan

David Mealy

Reception & Administration caitmadigan@mealys.ie

Operations Manager david@mealys.ie

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4 A PAIR OF ENGLISH OPAQUE CHINA BLUE AND WHITE CABINET PLATES, commemorating Charles Dickens, the centre with a portrait and other various views, including his birthplace, etc. 10in (26cm); together with a pair of sanded majollica ewers or jug vases, each encrusted with flowers on a yellow ground, 12in (31cm). (4) €80 - 120 5 A 21 PIECE PART VICTORIAN ENGLISH STONEWARE DINNER SERVICE, comprising 10 soup or pudding bowls, 5 dinner plates and 6 supper plates, each with oriental vase pattern. (21) €80 - 120

1 1 A VERY LARGE FRENCH PALISSY STYLE TROMPE L’OEIL DISH, 19th century, with impressed monogram mark to base, with snake, frogs, iguana, geckos and otter amongst rich green foliage in relief, 19in (48cm)d, some minor repairs. (1) See Illustration €400 - 600

6 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH IRONSTONE IMARI PATTERN DESK STAND, with leaf moulded handle, raised on three paw feet, 7in (18cm); together with a pair of small Chinese turquoise porcelain figures of temple lions, each 4.5in (11cm). (3) €30 - 50

9 A PORCELAIN RABBIT TUREEN AND COVER, a porcelain biscuit jar and cover in the form of an owl; a Japanese Satsuma vase; a large French glass wine funnel by C. Charton, 10in (26cm); attractive green moulded glass fruit comport on stem base, 9in (23cm); a mahogany cake stand; miscellaneous dolls house; furnishing etc. (10) €80 - 120 10 A SET OF FOUR MODERN CERAMIC FIGURES, each modelled as a garden gnome holding different implements, 17in (43cm). (4) €120 - 220 11 AN ART DECO CROWN DEVON PART TEA SERVICE, decorated in transfer with pastoral scenes. (17piece) €50 - 70 12 A VICTORIAN LIGHT BLUE SALT GLAZE JUG, relief moulded with vines and with rustic handle, 7in (18cm); together with 6 other assorted large jugs. (7) €50 - 70 13 A SAW BACK BUSH KNIFE, with double edge blade, and stag horn handle, the blade 19in (48cm), one side with indistinct scroll decoration, together with an old Gurka knife, with chased iron grip, 19in (48cm) overall. (2) €100 - 150 14 A 10 PIECE PART LIMOGES PORCELAIN COFFEE SERVICE, some cups with portraits of Napoleon in transfer; together with a collection of miscellaneous China, mainly ornaments and figures. (35 approx) €50 - 80

2 2 A FINE ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY PIECE COPELAND SPODE PART DINNER AND BREAKFAST SERVICE, each piece with a hunting scene in transfer after J.F. Herring Snr. from the original drawings in the possession of the Copeland family, comprising; four vegetable tureens and covers; four square stands; twelve dinner plates; twenty five side plates; six graduating meat platters; twenty eight pudding bowls; a pair of sauce boats; a pair of rectangular honey dishes with covers; a pair of large mugs; a pair of jugs; four sugar bowls; twelve egg cups; twenty four two handled soup bowls; twenty three soup bowl stands; twelve breakfast cups with twelve saucers. (180) See Illustration €200 - 300 3 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS PORCELAIN, comprising vases, jugs etc. (box lot) €30 - 40

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7 7 A WHITE PORCELAIN RUDOLSTADT VOLKSTEDT THURINGIAN FIGURE, modelled as Fredrick the Great of Prussia, after Schadow, early 20th century, wearing his uniform, belt, tricorn hat, boots and sword, with two whippets by his feet, marked with a blue crown monogram verso, on oval base impressed with monogram, 18.5in (47cm)h. (1) See Illustration €400 - 600 8 A 19TH CENTURY SHEFFIELD PLATED TWO HANDLED TEA URN, with shell and foliate finial on domed lid with gadrooned rims, on four tapering legs, headed by masks on shaped concave base and sphere feet, 18in (46cm)h. (1) €150 - 200

15 FIVE ASSORTED GERMAN BISQUE FIGURES, and two other figures. (7) €50 - 90 16 A MASONS PATENT IRONSTONE GREEN AND WHITE DRAGON PATTERN TOILET SET, comprising a basin, ewer and brush pot. (3) €100 - 150 18 A PORCELAIN TOILET BASIN AND EWER, c.1900, the bulbous ewer surmounted with a swan forming the handle and spout above a colourful reed moulded body, together with a matching basin, 14in (35cm). (2) €80 - 120 19 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS TEAPOTS, various sizes, comprising 5 Royal Windsor Toby pots; 2 Japanese stoneware pots; 3 other pots; a ginger jar and a duck vase. (12) €150 - 200

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20 A SIX PIECE PART COPELAND AND GARRETT DESSERT SERVICE, each piece with a different hand painted view, each named: Lake of Liquano; Interlacken; Castle of Chillon; Ross Castle; Lough Lomond,; and one other. (6) €100 - 150 21 A PAIR OF LATE 19TH CENTURY CUT GLASS SWEET MEAT URNS, and covers, each with a mushroom finial on a circular flute cut foot, 6.5in (17cm). (2) €80 - 150 22 A PAIR OF LATE BELLEEK FIGURES, one modelled as a girl holding a basket; the other a boy, 8.5in (22cm); together with other miscellaneous Belleek, comprising a second period mustache cup; ewer; vase; basket bowl and other miscellaneous Belleek and a Donegal Parianware sugar and cream. (14) €80 - 120

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28 LATE 18TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, Busy City Street Scene, with Numerous Figures, Military, Carriages, Horses, Dogs, etc. WC 15in (38cm)h x 11.5in (29cm). (1) €200 - 300 29 A RARE YOUGHAL WESLEYAN SOCIETY BLUE AND WHITE CUP AND SAUCER, 19th century, inscribed on both. (2) €80 - 120 30 AN EARLY DELFT BLUE AND WHITE VASE, of hexagonal form, decorated with a man near a church, 8in (20cm) as is; together with a Staffordshire musical group, as is. 13in (33cm). (2) €70 - 90

33 33 A GOOD PAIR OF LATE 19TH CENTURY SITZENDORF PORCELAIN CANDELABRA, each with two flower encrusted scroll arms, and another centre light, resting on a column with a lady seated holding a ewer, on a bow fronted conforming base, 18in (46cm)h; with its companion, a Gentleman holding a dead bird and a rifle. (2) See Illustration €300 - 500

23 A BRONZED AND GILT METAL FIGURE OF A YOUNG PEASANT HOLDING A FISH, 15in (38cm); together with a relief moulded chalk composition urn, 13in (33cm). (2) €70 - 80

34 A LARGE OVAL BLUE AND WHITE DRAGON PATTERN MEAT DISH, 17in (43cm); together with a smaller similar ditto, 15in (48cm). (2) €50 - 80

24 LADY JANE FRANCESCA AGNES WILDE (1821-1896) Pseudonum Speranza, a composition or relief portrait, inscribed and signed verso, on mount, 4.5in (11cm). (1) €30 - 50

35 A NINETEEN-PIECE PART ENGLISH FRUIT SERVICE, decorated in transfer with colourful fruit; two two-handled Coalport dessert dishes; and a 17-piece Wedgewood coffee service, including coffee pot. (a box lot) €80 - 100

25 A PAIR OF LEONARDO COLLECTION COMPOSITION FIGURES O.R.M; together with a French porcelain vase; a wall mount in the form of a locust; other vases etc. (a lot) €50 - 70 26 A ROYAL WORCESTER FIGURE, modelled as a woman in gold gown, holding a bowl on her shoulder, 9in (23cm)h; together with a small Royal Doulton figure of Pickwick and one other Royal Doulton group modelled after a Lady seated on a sofa, Sweet & Twenty HN 1298, 8in (20cm). (3) €100 - 150 27 A RUSTIC PORCELAIN VASE, as is; an octagonal Wedgewood bowl; a small Staffordshire figure; another figure titled PAPA; a Grangers Worcester cup and saucer; a Davenport cup and saucer; a Kate Carlyle flower and leaf moulded cup and saucer; other cups and saucers; various figures, etc. (a lot) €80 - 120

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31 31 A GOOD KAMMER AND REINHARDT BISQUE HEADED CHARACTER CHILD DOLL, 17in ( 43cm), mould #116 with glass eyes and open mouth, a natural hair wig, wearing a lace bonnet and dress and leather boots; together with another small doll. (2) See Illustration €180 - 250

36 A PAIR OF BRASS FRAMED RELIGIOUS SHRINE TYPE MINIATURE PAINTINGS ON PORCELAIN, one depicting the Second Heart the other The Madonna De La Sita, 7in (18cm)h x 3.5in (9cm) and another pair of longer similar ditto each depicting a different Madonna and Child, 9in (22cm)h x 5in (13cm). (4) €100 - 200 37 A VERY ATTRACTIVE NINETY-TWO PIECE AINSLEY PORCELAIN DINNER TEA SET, Pembroke pattern with flowers and birds; comprising 13 dinner plates; 12 two handled soup bowls; 12 stands; 12 saucers; 12 tea cups; 12 supper plates; 12 side plates; a pair of vegetable tureens and covers; 2 oval meat platters and a large bowl. (92) €200 - 300

32 32 A CHINESE POTTERY FIGURE OF A SADDLED HORSE, Tang style, with head held high, facing to the right, and with short tail, 17in (43cm)h. (1) See Illustration €250 - 350

38 AN EIGHTEEN-PIECE PART ROYAL STUART TEA SERVICE, comprising three cups, three saucers and three side plates, each trio in a different colour with gilt leaf sprays. (18) €80 - 120

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39 A LARGE COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS BRASS, comprising numerous ornaments, bells, an electric lantern clock, miniature candlesticks, weights, ashtrays, etc. (a box lot) €60 - 80 40 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS DELFT CHINA, comprising Mason ironstone bowls, cups, saucers, cabinet plates and plaques, part tea services, and other miscellaneous china. (a lot) €50 - 70 41 A PAIR OF AINSLEY FIGURES, modelled by Peggy Alexander, depicting Sir Charles and Lady Fox; a Royal Doulton figure of a Lady in a ball gown, 6in (15cm); a Lladro style figure of girl, 11in (28cm); another small figure of a girl with puppy; an Irish Dresden group and three Chinese figures. (9) €30 - 50 42 A LARGE LLADRO GROUP, modelled with two ducks taking flight, 13in (33cm); two Lladro figures, each modelled as a girl holding a lamb, the tallest 11in (28cm). (3) €60 - 70 43 AN ITALIAN BISQUE FIGURE, depicting a physician, 12in (31cm); a pair of tall early 20th century bisque groups, each modelled after a woman and cherub, 16.5in (42cm); an Italian figure of a gunman, and two other Italian figures. (6) €60 - 80 44 A NAPLES PORCELAIN FIGURE, modelled after a young peasant boy with ducks, 7in (18cm); another similar modelled after a golfer, 10in (26cm); another group with two horses, 13.5in (35cm); and two other similar groups. (5) €60 - 90 45 A FINE PARIAN COPELAND FIGURE, modelled after Beatrice wearing a flowing gown, converted as a table lamp, 15in (27cm), as is. (1) €150 - 200 46 A FINE LLADRO TABLE LAMP, modelled after two barefooted girls holding a garland of flowers around a tree stump, 18in (46cm). (1) €150 - 250 47 TWO LLADRO FIGURES, each modelled after a young lady holding a parasol, 13in (33cm), and another decorated with a young girl in blue dress, 11in (28cm). (3) €70 - 120

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48 A SET OF FOUR BROWN AND WHITE CHINOISERIE PRINTED MEAT PLATTERS, Late 19th century, 18in (46cm). (4) €100 - 150 49 A PAIR OF WILLOW PATTERN BLUE AND WHITE MEAT PLATTERS, 18in (46cm); together with another similar ditto, decorated in transfer with a landscape and one other faded blue and white meat platter. (4) €80 - 150 50 A PAIR OF ROYAL WORCESTER STYLE PORCELAIN POTPOURRI URNS AND COVERS, each with two mask handles and decorated with colourful flowers in transfer, under a pierced neck and square moulded base, 27in (68cm). (2) €80 - 120 51 A LARGE ENGLISH STONEWARE JAR, early 19th century, probably Masons, with double scroll mask handle and front grotesque mask decorated in the Imari style, 13in (33cm), as is. (1) €100 - 150 52 A LARGE CLARICE CLIFF BIZARRE EWER, in orange, blue and yellow, 11in (28cm)h. (1) €80 - 120 53 A PAIR OF SEVRES STYLE PORCELAIN AND BRASS MOUNTED VASES AND COVERS, each with two leaf cast brass scroll handles, on an urn shaped body and square brass base with leaf scroll legs, 28.5in (72cm). (1) €550 - 650

55 55 A PAIR OF GERMAN PORCELAIN AND FLOWER ENCRUSTED WALL BRACKETS, each modelled with a seated cherub holding a garland of flowers, 9in (23cm)h x 8in (20cm). (1) See Illustration €180 - 250 56 A BESWICK CERAMIC FIGURE OF A SEATED GOLDEN LABRADOR, 13.5in (34cm). (1) €240 - 260 57 A PAIR OF LATE 19TH CENTURY GREEN AND WHITE PORCELAIN FLASKS, each with a scroll shaped stopper and decorated with colourful flowers, on a rococo style base, 8in (20cm). (1) €140 - 160

54 54 A SIXTY-FOUR PIECE PART EARLY 19TH CENTURY MASONS IRONSTONE DINNER SERVICE, comprising a large vegetable tureen and cover; a pair of sauce tureens, covers and stands; twenty-seven 9.5in (24cm) dinner plates; fourteen soup or pudding bowls, 9.5in (24cm); and fifteen side plates, 8in (20cm), all decorated in the Imari style with flowers, all stamped with impressed mark, Masons Patent Ironstone China; together with four graduating meat platters. (69) See Illustration €1000 - 1500

58 58 A MEISSEN PORCELAIN BUST, modelled with young girl, head and shoulders, wearing a vine tiara, 9in (23cm)h. (1) See Illustration €180 - 250 60 A RABBIT FORM CERAMIC MOULD, and two other jelly moulds, the largest 8.25in (21cm). (3) €50 - 60

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61 A BROWN AND WHITE JASPERWARE CHEESE DISH AND COVER, the pierced domed cover with a band of oak leaf and acorns in relief and a lower wider band depicting hunting scenes, on a dish type stand, 9in (23cm)h x 12in (31cm). (1) €130 - 170 62 A BLUE AND WHITE DUTCH DELFT SALT STAND, modelled as a double faced woman, holding two small bowls, 7in (18cm). (1) €30 - 50

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67 A VERY ATTRACTIVE LARGE COBALT BLUE MAJOLICA JARDINIERE, late 19th century, with two elephant mask and ring handles, the moulded body with peacocks and flowering shrubs in relief and raised on stylized lion mask feet, 15in (38cm)h x 21in (53cm)w. (1) See Illustration €780 - 850

85 A WILLIAM IV SILVER FOLDING FRUIT KNIFE, Sheffield 1830, by Paviel Holy & Co., with mother o’ pearl two-part grip, another similar 1924, a Victorian faux ivory and steel multi blade pocket knife, one other pocket fruit knife, a gilt metal Midleton Endowed school medal for mathematics, cased, and a past president silver brooch for Dublin Soroptimist club. (6) €80 - 100

65, 63 63 A GOOD ROYAL WORCESTER RELIEF MOULDED AND FLORAL DECORATED JARDINIERE, 6.75in (17cm). (1) See Illustration €280 - 350 64 AN UNUSUAL PAIR OF BLUE AND WHITE DELFT JUGS, each with an armorial crest, decorated with flowers, 7in (18cm). (2) €150 - 200 65 A FINE CREAM GROUND ROYAL WORCESTER JARDINIERE, relief moulded with lion and gargoyle masks, within scrolling foliage in relief on a half reeded body on a circular stemmed foot, RD No, 113714 1310, 9in (23cm). (1) €350 - 450 66 A 19TH CENTURY STAFFORDSHIRE FIGURE, modelled as Charles Stuart Parnell, dressed in ancient Irish costume, holding a shillelagh in his left hand and a green flag in his right with a union flag and Hibernia harp, 14in (36cm). (1) €250 - 350

80 80 A VERY ORNATE PAIR OF GILT BRONZE CANDLESTICKS, now converted to table lamps, each leaf moulded stem with centre pierced leaf cast knop, on a domed base and raised on three gargoyle mask feet, with attractive shades, 35in (89cm). (2) See Illustration €300 - 500

82 A SET OF FIVE OLD GOLF CLUBS, three irons, one wood and one woodie, one wood stamped P. Wright, the other with an indistinct stamp, one Dunlop iron, a Niblick iron and one other. (5) €80 - 120

84 A MACHLINEWARE DARNING EGG, with scene of Sackville St., Carlisle Bridge, Dublin and Kingstown Co. Dublin; together with a small silver mounted pot painted with a scene of The Irish International Exhibition 1907. (2) €60 - 80

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86 A GEORGE III OVAL HAREWOOD AND SATINWOOD TEA CADDY, the oval hinged top with floral marquetry inlay, enclosing a single compartment. 4.5in (11.5cm)h x 6in (15cm)w. (1) See Illustration €250 - 350

81 A BRASS OIL LAMP, late 19th century, the reeded stem with Corinthian capital, supporting a yellow moulded glass reservoir and ruby shade, as is, on a square stepped base, 25.5in (65cm). (1) €150 - 220

83 A SET OF FOUR COPPER HAYSTACK MEASURES, from the gallon to the gill. (4) €180 - 220

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89 88 88 A GEORGE III DECAGONAL INLAID IVORY TEA CADDY, with silver plated cartouche, within a painted shield shaped bonder; the hinged cover with a turned wooden urn shaped finial with plated mount, 5in (14cm)h x 4.5in (11cm). (1) See Illustration €500 - 700

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89 A GEORGE III OCTAGONAL INLAID CROSSBANDED TEA CADDY, the hare wood top with an inlaid centre, with an oval silver handle on finial, cross banded in nicely figural mahogany and chequered string above alternating satinwood and hardwood panels, the front and two side panels with mahogany ovals, each inlaid with leaf sprays and ribbon bows, 5.75in (14.5cm)h x 6.5in (17cm)w. (1) See Illustration €600 - 900

90 90 AN INLAID AND SATINWOOD BANDED MINIATURE BOW FRONTED MAHOGANY SPECIMEN CHEST, Edwardian, with four long graduating drawers on bracket feet, 11in (28cm)h x 12in (30cm)w. (1) See Illustration €200 - 300

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91 91 A VICTORIAN BRASS PAPER CLIP, J. Whitehouse Birmingham Patent, embossed with numerous trophies, 6.5in (16cm); with another heavy brass ditto in the form of a ladies hand, with lace cuff wearing a ring, 5in (13cm). (2) See Illustration €100 - 200 92 A MAHOGANY BOOT JACK, early 20th century, with turned supports and handles, 33in (84cm). (1) €180 - 250

99 99 A VERY ATTRACTIVE SMALL GEORGE III INLAID SATINWOOD TEA CADDY, of octagonal form, with 4 oval inlaid walnut and chequer strung panels and 4 flute inlaid panels, the hinged parquetry banded cover with a walnut oval, 4.5in (12cm)h x 2.75in (12cm). (1) See Illustration €400 - 600

93 A THREE-PIECE ART DECO WALNUT AND SHAGREEN BRUSH AND MIRROR SET. (3) €60 - 90

97 AN OLD WOOL PAISLEY SHAWL OR COVER, with red, green and ivory stripes, 65in (165cm)sq; together with another similar ditto. (2) €200 - 300

100 100 A SMALL RECTANGULAR INLAID AND CROSSBANDED SATINWOOD TEA CADDY, with 5 rosewood ovals, 5in (13cm)h x 4.75in (12cm). (1) See Illustration €250 - 320 101 A PAIR OF MODERN TABLE TOP CAST BRASS PICTURE OR PLATE EASELS, each in the rococo style, 20in (51cm); together with a smaller similar ditto, a modern chalk bust; and two small wooden table lamps. (6) €30 - 40

98 98 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY INLAID AND ROSEWOOD SCROLL PAPER WORK TEA CADDY, of octagonal form, with scroll paper and parcel gilt panels, 4.25in (11cm)h x 5.5in (14cm). (1) See Illustration €300 - 400 10

105 A RARE CUNARD LINE SHIPPING POSTER, for The Carmania and The Caronia, from Liverpool, New York, Boston via Queenstown, local agent Patrick Power Castle Warren, Kilkenny, 38in (97cm)h x 25in (63cm). (1) See Illustration €500 - 600 106 A 19TH CENTURY PAINTED SCRIMSHAW TYPE STONE, decorated with sailing ships and boats, bears signature R. Chadwick, 2.25in (6cm)h x 7in (17cm)w; together with a faux ivory bird carving, 13in (33cm). (2) €80 - 120

94 7 GRADUATING COPPER MEASURES, together with an Indian Beneras brass urn and cover. (8) €80 - 150 95 ELEVEN ASSORTED PIECES OF CARRIGALINE ART POTTERY, comprising vases, bowls, figures, etc. (11) €70 - 90

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102 AN INDIAN WHITE METAL MOUNTED EBONY HAND STICK, the finial chased with figures and landscapes; together with an attractive 19th century carved bone parasol, with brown and green silk. (2) €100 - 150 103 A BAMBOO UMBRELLA OR PARASOL, another attractive ebonised and faux ivory parasol, a very attractive Chinese hand painted silk parasol with two stage bamboo handle, and one other. (4) €100 - 150

107 A SILVER MOUNTED CUTGLASS FRUIT BOWL, on stem base, Sheffield marks, C 1900, 7.5in (18cm). (1) €70 - 90 108 A WIMSHURST INFLUENCE MACHINE, early 20th century, with two discs, both as is, two matching glass accumulators, ebonite insulators, nickel plated mounts, on rectangular cast iron base, 9in (23cm). (1) Note: this machine was used as an early electrostatic generator, a machine for generating high voltages developed between 1880 and 1883 by British inventor James Wimshurst (1832-1903). €100 - 200 109 A SMALL LATE 19TH CENTURY CUT GLASS DECANTER, with triple neck rings and ball stopper, together with a square cased decanter with prism stopper, a cutglass beer tankard with hinged cover, Waterford glass ink stand and small cutglass mug. (4) €60 - 80 110 A LATE VICTORIAN VELVET COURT SUIT, with tail coat, knee-breeches, waist coat and bicorne hat, worn by Capt. C.L. Robinson, in the presence of Her Majesty Queen Victoria, with cut steel buttons and chains. (4) €200 - 300

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111 A ROYAL CROWN DERBY PORCELAIN TRAY, of serpentine form, decorated with sprays of colourful flowers, 18in (46cm). (1) €80 - 120 112 LLADRO GROUP, modelled with three angels, 7in (18cm); another Lladro group, brother and sister and a small Lladro group of an angel. (3) €60 - 90 113 A VICTORIAN PINK GLASS AND FLORAL DECORATED LUSTRE VASE, with pear shaped drops, 14.5in (27cm); together with a Wemyss style floral printed model of a cat and a pair of blue and white La Pintade models of grouse. (4) €80 - 120 114 A CAPODIMONTE RELIEF MOULDED URN AND COVER, with classical figures, 17.5in (44cm); together with a modern Dresden jar and cover, 8in (20cm); and a bronzed resin group modelled with two race horses with jockeys up, 15.5in (39cm). (3) €70 - 120 115 AN IMARI PORCELAIN BOWL, c.1900; together with a gilt and green glass bowl and cover; two heavy square onyx ash trays; four square green marble ash trays; nine Judi Lardener art pottery ash trays; a Youghal pottery chamber candlestick; an Ainsley mantle clock; and another ash tray and cigarette lighter. (a lot) €70 - 120 116 A FIVE-PIECE ENGLISH PORCELAIN DESSERT SERVICE, probably Rockingham, colourfully decorated with floral panels on a dark blue ground, comprising four plates and an octagonal serving dish. (5) €100 - 250 117 A COLLECTION OF MINIATURE 19TH CENTURY STAFFORDSHIRE MODELS, depicting sheep and lambs, and an Aynsley model of a ewe and lamb. (7) €50 - 90 118 A SMALL FRENCH BRASS POSTAGE SCALES, with two Sevres style porcelain plates, on a bell shaped frame with oval base, surmounted with six resting weights, 7in (18cm); a small powder puff in the form of a pocket watch and a brass paper clip in the form of a hand; a small mother o’ pearl box, 3.5in (9cm);another box and two figures. (9) €120 - 150 119 A PAIR OF GOOD QUALITY BRONZE FIGURES, each modelled as a classical woman, with arm rested on a column, one holding a ewer and the other a holding compass, each on rectangular moulded rouge marble base, each 11in (28cm). (2) €600 - 700

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120 A PAIR OF ATTRACTIVE BRONZE AND GILT BRASS CANDLESTICKS, each modelled as a recumbent deer, resting under a palm tree, with floral cast drip pans, 5.5in (14cm). (1) €200 - 300 121 A COLD PAINTED BRONZE FIGURE OF A TIGER, 4.25in (11cm); and another similar of a lioness, 5in (13cm). (2) €150 - 200 122 AN ATTRACTIVE PAIR OF HEAVY BRASS CANDLESTICKS, each in the form of an elephant seated, holding candle socket, 7in (18cm). (2) €250 - 300

129 A RECTANGULAR BRONZE PANEL, with classical scenes in relief, mounted on a wooden panel, 6in (15cm)h x 23.5in (59cm)w. (1) €140 - 170 130 A BRONZE EQUESTRIAN GROUP, after Barye, modelled after a mare and foal, on limestone base, 11in (28cm). (1) €180 - 250 131 A BRONZE STUDY OF A PHEASANT, on rectangular limestone base, 12in (31cm). (1) €140 - 160 132 A SILVER PLATED FIGURE IN THE ART DECO STYLE, modelled as a woman figure skating, with faux ivory head, on circular moulded onyx base, 12in (30cm). (1) €140 - 160 133 A BRONZE FIGURE, modelled as a classical semi nude woman, standing with one foot on a rock, on square polished limestone base, 18.5in (47cm)h. (1) €240 - 260

123 123 AFTER P.J. MENE, a bronze group of Two Whippets Playing with a Ball, on black limestone base, 8.25in (21cm). (1) See Illustration €600 - 700 124 A PAIR OF BRONZED SPELTRE FIGURAL CANDLESTICKS, one modelled as Don Quixote and the other Mephisto Devil Faust,11in (28cm). (2) €100 - 200 125 A MASONS IRONSTONE TOILET BASIN, with Chinoierie transfer pattern, 16in (41cm) and a matching chamber pot with serpent handle. (2) €80 - 120 126 AN ART DECO STYLE BRONZE FIGURE, modelled as a dancing Lady, in the style of Chiparus, on rectangular stepped rouge and white marble base, 19in (48cm). (1) €180 - 250 127 AN ATTRACTIVE BRONZE FIGURE, of a Classical woman holding an urn aloft, on circular polished lime stone base, 26in (66cm)h. (1) €1260 - 220 128 A FAUX IVORY TUSK SCRIMSHAW, bears inscription, 19in (48cm)h; together with a miniature composition animal scull. (2) €150 - 200

134 A BRONZE EQUESTRIAN GROUP, modelled as a polo player on horseback, on oval base, 27in (69cm)h x 22in (56cm)w. (1) €380 - 420 135 A PAIR OF VERY ATTRACTIVE VIENNA STYLE PORCELAIN TWO HANDLED URNS, early 20th century, each decorated with a female portrait, against burgundy, gilt and red tones, each of campana shape, with fixed plinth, 13.5in (35cm). (2) €150 - 200 136 A CHINESE PLATED CARD CASE, with hinged cover, 3.5in (9cm); together with an eastern silver filigree card case, 3.25in (8.25cm) and a Victorian ivory four-leaf scripto, 3in (7.5cm). (3) €40 - 60 137 A PAIR OF THREE-BRANCH FOUR-LIGHT BRASS CANDELABRA, c. 1900, each with urn shaped sockets, on scrolling arms, raised on quadruple pad, 16in (40cm). (2) €450 - 500 138 A TERRACOTTA MODEL OF A CHERUB holding a fish, 20in (51cm); together with a reeded brass fuel bin 90in (48cm). (2) €40 - 60 139 A SWISS METAL MUSIC BOX, with steel comb, the top transfer printed with a landscape, 3.5in (9cm). (1) €80 - 100

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149 A BRONZED SPELTRE BUST, inscribed Salambo, modelled after a Lady’s head and shoulders, 14.5in (37cm). (1) €70 - 120

140 A CRAVED WOODEN FIGURE, modelled after a blacksmith by his anvil, 16in (41cm); another wooden figure of an Indian on horseback, 10in (26cm); a carved wooden tribal box and a burr yew cigar box, 9.25in (24cm). (4) €70 - 90

150 AN ATTRACTIVE THREE PIECE FRENCH GILT METAL AND ONYX MANTLE CLOCK GARNITURE, the clock surmounted with a military man on horseback, above a circular enamel dial with Roman numerals, with French lever movement striking on a steel bell, raised on paw and scroll legs, 19in (48cm)h x 16in (41cm)w; together with a pair of matching four branch, five light candleabra, 21in (534cm)h. (3) €250 - 350 151 AN ATTRACTIVE BRASS MOUNTED CIRCULAR KINGWOOD CURIO TABLE, with glazed top and four glazed frieze panels, raised on tapering cabriole legs with brass mounts, 29in (74cm)h x 24in (61cm)d. (1) €300 - 400

141 141 AN 18TH CENTURY OAK BARREL TOP, carved with portrait of a Queen, probably Queen Anne, amongst scrolling vines, tied with a ribbon bow, with traces of polychrome, 25in (63cm)d. (1) See Illustration €500 - 700

152 A WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY TEA CADDY, of sarcophagus form, the hinged cover enclosing two lidded compartments, on rectangular tapering body, on bead moulded base, with bun feet, 9in (23cm).(1) €130 - 170 143 143 A REGENCY PERIOD PALE BLUE JOHN DOOR STOP, with brass handle on a tear dropped shaped stone, 8in (20cm)h. (1) See Illustration €300 - 500

153 A BASKET WORK AND PAINTED WOODEN DOLLS PRAM, with wrought iron frame and spoked wooden wheels with iron rim, 30in (76cm)h. (1) €80 - 150

144 AN OLD 29IN GOLD MOHAIR BEAR, with glass eyes and canvas paw and feet pads. (1) €100 - 200 145 AFTER V. BRUYNEEL, a gilt and bronzed speltre bust, Libellule, on brass mounted rouge marble socle, 11in (28cm). (1) €120 - 160 142 142 FILIPPO GIVILANOTTI (1852-1903), a sculpted Italian white marble bust of a Gentleman, probably George Bernard Shaw, head and shoulders on an intrical waisted square section socle, signed, inscribed and dated, Roma 1898 to the left side, 12in (31cm)h. (1) See Illustration €300 - 500

146 AN OAK TANTALUS, with silver plated mounts and three square associated decanters and stoppers, 14in (35cm)w. (1) €180 - 220 147 A COPELAND PARIANWARE BUST, of Daniel O’Connell after J.E. Jones 1846, 9.5in (24cm). (1) €120 - 150 148 AFTER LAURENT HONORE (FRENCH 1848-1920), a French gilt bronze, allegorical figure of Victory, 21in (53cm)h. (1) €80 - 150

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154 154 AN ALMOST LIFE SIZE CHINESE BONE VENEERED CHINESE MODEL OF A SADDLED HORSE, veneered in geometric patterns, the saddle in faux jade formed in square panels, the flaps overlaid in colourful stone-like material in relief, on rectangular ebonised bed, 56in (142cm)h x 57in (145cm)l. (1) See Illustration €2000 - 3000

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156 AN ATTRACTIVE BRONZE STUDY, modelled as a standing horse, on a rectangular polished limestone base, 14in (36cm). (1) €400 - 600 157 A BRASS OIL STANDARD LAMP IN THE CORINTHIAN STYLE, with brass reservoir and reeded stem, with leaf cast capital on four ball and claw feet, early 20th century, converted to electricity, 59in (150cm). (1) €200 - 300

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163 A NATURAL BURR-MAPLE BOX, in the form of a hand bag with arched handle and log shaped body, with nicely figured interior, 10in (26cm). (1) €100 - 150 164 A GEORGE IV PERIOD INLAID MAHOGANY TEA CADDY, of rectangular tapering form, with lion mask and ring handles, the interior with two lidded compartments and raised on brass ball feet, 8.25in (21cm). (1) €200 - 300 165 A VERY UNUSUAL 19TH CENTURY ROSE WOOD JEWELLRY CASKET, with etched ivory and brass inlay, depicting scrolling foliage and a cherub, the domed top opening to reveal a velvet lined interior and raised on a fixed shaped stand, with scroll spandrels, 8.5in (21.5cm)h x 11in (28cm). (1) €800 - 1200

158 158 A PAIR OF OVAL BRASS BOUND JARDINIÈRES, c. 1900, each on a stand with four sabre legs, 23in (59cm) high, 20in (51cm) wide. (2) See Illustration €500 - 800 159 A BRONZED FIGURE, depicting a man holding an oar and a trophy urn, on marble base, 12in (31cm). (1) €80 - 120 160 A BRONZED CAST IRON EQUESTRIAN GROUP, modelled after a mare and foal, 12in (30cm). (1) €200 - 350

167 167 A WHITE METAL INLAID TORTOISE SHELL TEA CADDY, 19th century, of rectangular form, the hinged cover opening to reveal two lidded compartments, 7.25in (18cm). (1) See Illustration €800 - 900 168 AFTER MICHAL CLAUDE CLODION (17381814), a 19th century bronze group modelled with Two Bacchic Cherubs Frolicking with a Goat, on oval white marble base, 17.5in (44cm)h x 17in (43cm). (1) See Illustration €800 - 1200

166 166 A LATE 19TH CENTURY OCTAGONAL SHAPED TORTOISE SHELL AND IVORY MOUNTED TEA CADDY, the hinged top opening to reveal a single lidded compartment, on ball feet, 4.5in (11cm)w. (1) See Illustration €600 - 700

161 161 AN IRISH VICTORIAN KILLARNEY YEW WOOD LAP DESK, of rectangular upward tapering form, with geometric inlay, 14in (36cm). (1) See Illustration €150 - 250 162 A RECTANGULAR WOODEN JEWELLRY BOX, the cover inlaid with specimen marbles, inside a silver plated band, 7in (18cm). (1) €150 - 180

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169 A VERY UNUSUAL CHASED PEWTER DISH, with biblical scene, 14.5in (37cm). (1) €200 - 300

180 AUXEY DURESSES, LES MURIERS, LE GRAND CAVE, 2000 VINTAGE, 4 x 75cl bottles. (4) €40 - 80

170 A SILVER BACKED ART DECO MACHINE TURNED BRUSH, a matching mirror, another brush and a silver mounted comb. (4) €60 - 100

181 CHATEAU LYNCH BAGES GRAND CRU CLASSE POUILLAC, 1978 VINTAGE, 6 x 75cl bottles. (6) €250 - 400

171 CASTILLO YGAY LOGRONO RESERVA ESPECIAL COSECHA 1925, RIOJO. (1) See Illustration €200 - 300 172 MARQUÉS DE RISCAL TEMPRANILLO BLEND ELCIEGO (ALAVA) RIOJA 1925 VINTAGE. (1) See Illustration €150 - 250 173 CHATEAU BELAIR, 1ST GRAND CRU CLASSE, ST EMILIAN GRAND CRU, 1986 VINTAGE, 12 x 75cl bottles in presentation case. €120 - 180 174 CHATEAU GRAND CHENE COFTES DU BRITHNE 1995 VINTAGE, 6 x 75cl bottles. (3) €40 - 80 175 CHATEAU MENANT BORDEAUX, BRONZE MEDAL ALL NUMBERED, 1998, 6 x 75cl bottles. (6) €50 - 100 176 CHATEAU GROUPINET BORDEAUX METAL D’OR, 1998, 4 x 75cl bottles. (4) €30 - 50 177 DOMAINE DE NOUGAYROL, COTES DE LA MALAPERE, VICOMTE BERNARD DE ROMANET, 1999 VINTAGE, 4 x 75cl bottles. (4) €50 - 100 178 CHATEAU VIGNON, BORDEAUX 1999, 4 x 75cl bottles. (4) €20 - 30 179 LES BERTILLANNES MARSANNAY, GRAND CAVE, 1997, 3 x 75cl bottles. (3) €15 - 25

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182 TEN BOTTLES OF BLACK TOWER, vintage 1977, 70cl, and three bottles of Blue Nun. (13) €60 - 80 183 THREE BOTTLES OF 1957 VINTAGE SAUTERNES, A. Lalande Bordeaux, 70cl, one bottle of Wynand Fockink Kummel Sec, a bottle of 1973 Beaujoleis Reserve Thorin, one bottle of 1974 vintage Lamberti Valpolicella, 70cl, two bottles of 1962 vintage Patriarche Pouilly-Fuisse, 70cl, a 1969 Chateau Pontet Canet Grand Cru Classe, 70cl, together with a 1959 vintage Mosel-Saar-Ruer and two other bottles, two bottles of Lucas Bols liqueur,a bottle of Pimms no. 1, bottle of Dubonnet Blonde and a bottle of Manhattan Cocktail Mix (18) €150 - 200 184 ONE BOTTLE OF COCKBURN’S 1975 VINTAGE PORT, a 1960 Sandyman vintage port bottle 1962, one bottle of Pousada 1963 vintage port and two other vintague ports unmarked. (5) €150 - 200 185 A 1970 MATHUSALEH OF LANSON VINTAGE CHAMPAGNE BRUT, black label, 600 cl. (1) See Illustration €100 - 200 186 A 1962 MAGNUM DOM PERIGNON. See Illustration €100 - 200 187 ONE BOTTLE OF 1980 VINTAGE CUVEE VINTAGE DOM PERIGNON CHAMPAGNE, 75cl. (1) See Illustration €70 - 90 188 FIVE BOTTLES OF CHARLES HEIDSIECK CHAMPAGNE, 75 cl bottles and one other bottle of Deinhard Lila Imperial Riesling Dry. (6) €100 - 150

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ABOUT PATRICK COFFEY Many of the artist’s earliest memories relate to ancient Ireland. A very old neighbour would tell him all about it while showing him how to make a healing harp, right from choosing the wood to completion. Some people said he was a cunning man and others said he was the last Druid. He told him of ancient constants which are still very relevant to this day and about our environment and how it works, how things were made in a certain way and the reasons why they were made in that particular way. This laid the foundation for Patrick’s future. Patrick always carved – even as a child he felt it was as essential to him as breathing. Having completed his apprenticeship in woodcarving and gilding in London, working predominantly for exclusive dealers in antiques and objets d’art in Bond Street, he proceeded naturally to carving patterns for Gold and Silversmiths like Garrards, Mappin & Webb, Aspreys, and others with exclusive royal and universal clientele. He has created pieces of very high value cast in gold and silver and decorated with precious stones. In the early 1990s, he returned to Co. Cork in Ireland and continued to conserve and restore carved and gilt furniture. The complementary skills of carving and gilding affords him a rare ability to see a piece through to its completion while maintaining its integrity. His work is included in the collections of Royal Houses such as the Sultan of Brunei and King Fadh, and others in Europe. His contemporary work has also been commissioned by wealthy Irish American patrons. Choosing the correct timber is an integral part in the creation of each piece. For example, the story staff of his pieces Children of Lir and The Si` Harp are made from the Rowan tree and the Aspen, known as the musical tree. This collection is an interpretation of Irish Tribal Art using native wood for their distinctive qualities. It is astonishing how much of our past culture is relevant today. A selection of items from the collection are presented for auction. Many more wonderful examples from the Irish Tribal Art series are available at our private sales gallery online, under the works of art section – see WWW.MEALYS.IE

191 PATRICK COFFEY cyclops Mask - a Halloween mask used to scare evil spirits, the mask being uglier and more frightening than the approaching evil. 24in (61cm) high, 11in (28cm) wide. (1) See Illustration €150 - 250

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192 PATRICK COFFEY Mythical Dog from The Book of Kells. 42in (107cm) long, 14in (36cm) wide, approx. (1) See Illustration €800 - 1200

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193 PATRICK COFFEY St. Patrick, with the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John on his skull cap, clutching a shamrock with the symbol of the Christ crucified, his cloak decorated with three-dot clusters to symbolise the Trinity and the transition from the Pagan to the Christian, 51.5in (131cm) high, 17in (44cm) wide, approx. (1) See Illustration €800 - 1200 194 PATRICK COFFEY Tuiren, the young sister of Fionn mac Cumhaill, whose mother married the Ulster Gentleman Iollan Eachtach; according to legend, she was turned into a wolfhound by his Si lover, Uct-Dealv. 55.5in (141cm) high, 41in (104cm) wide, approx. (1) See Illustration €800 - 1200

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196 PATRICK COFFEY Man in a mask of a wild cat standing on a wave used for pouring mead, 19.5in (39.5cm) high, 5.5in (13.5cm) wide, approx. (1) See Illustration €150 - 250

195 PATRICK COFFEY A War club in the shape of a fist, 24in (61cm) long, 4.5in (12cm) wide, the fist, approx. (1) See Illustration €150 - 250

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197 PATRICK COFFEY Si Harp, a two piece harp made from rowan wood associated with the Si, the music box made of aspen the music tree or the whispering tree, played with the head resting on the shoulder, aided by the harp one ascends to various realms of consciousness, discerning the riddles of life and our existence. 27in (68cm) high, 15in (38cm). (1) See Illustration €1500 - 2500 198 PATRICK COFFEY Brigit & Fawn Alban - Spring Equinox, Imbolc, 74in (188cm) high, approx. The pagan Irish celebrated the season Imbolc as spring approached. Writing over 1000 years ago of April, Bcde called it Eostur-Monath, now rendered the Paschal month it received its name from a goddess of Spring Eostri worshipped by the ancient gods of the north. Easter anf the east the direction from where the sun rises and the son of God. The Celts believed Eostri's favourite animal and attendant spirit was the hare. it represented love, fertility and growth and was associated with the moon, dawn and Easter - the enlightenment of the soul through death redemption and resurrection. The goddess changed into a hare at full moon, the hare was also sacred to the White Goddess - Earth mother and as such considered a royal animal. The moon often linked with the hare a symbol of birth, regeneration reproduction (eggs) death rebirth which was incorporated by the Christians into the resurrection of our Lord at Easter also the end of paganism. See Illustration €1500 - 2500 199 PATRICK COFFEY The Wren Boy Costume for Samhajn, celebrated November 1st, made from material gathered from the woodland, for the purpose of costumes intended for the preparation of the mid-winter solstice celebrations; the hunting of the wren and the hunt for the first stag of the New Year, now celebrated December 26th, St Stephens Day, the first Christian Martyr, with large perspex display case, 73in (185cm) high, 30.5in (77cm) deep, 30.5in (77cm) wide, approx. (1) See Illustration €1500 - 2500

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200 200 A TWO COLOUR BRONZE FIGURE, The Buddha Sakyamuni, with intricate tiara, seated on a lotus pillow, 32in (81cm) x 23in (58cm). (1) €800 - 1200

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207 A LARGE CHINESE BONE VENEERED MODEL OF A JUNK, modelled with seven figures, standing under a single sail, each holding various ceremonial instruments, musical instruments, etc., and a cockerel figure head to the bow, inside a pierced gallery rail, and an ornate etched rudder, on a reeded hull, 40in (102cm) high including mast, 49in (125cm) long. (1) See Illustration €1400 - 1800 208 A JAPANESE BRONZE KORO, late 19th century, the pierced octagonal cover surmounted with a temple lion, flanked to either side with two pierced handles and raised on four shaped legs, 11.5in (29cm). (1) €280 - 350

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201 A COLLECTION OF CHINESE WATERCOLOURS ON SILK, various sizes, depicting birds and flowers. (5) €80 - 90 202 A BRASS FENDER, early 20th century, each corner decorated with griffin with outstretched wings, flanked with brass balustrade on moulded base, 84in (162cm). €180 - 320 203 A CHINESE FAMILLE-ROSE FIGURE OF BOY, wearing an iron red robe and lotus plant, 8in. See Illustration €300 - 500

206 206 A CHINESE CARVED BONE VENEERED CEREMONIAL SWORD AND SCABBARD, with handle formed as the head of a dragon, the scabbard with two opposing dragons in relief, the blade of the sword also constructed with bone veneers, 56in (142cm) overall, on pierced and ebonised stand. (1) See Illustration €300 - 500

204 A PAIR OF CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE FIGURES, late 18th century or early 19th century, each modelled after a young boy wearing a green robe holding a sceptre and fruit, a pair, 6.5in (19cm). (2) See Illustration €500 - 700

209 AN EARLY CHINESE MEI PING BLUE AND WHITE VASE, decorated with bamboo, flowering prunes and other foliage, the shoulder band with scrolling peonies and a lappet band to base, with the fragments of encrustations, to underside, see illustration prior to cleaning, 16.5in (42cm). (1) Note: This piece was previously with a Chinese collector in Goa in 1979 having been purchased 15 years prior, after recovery from a shipwreck.) See Illustrations on page 19 €3000 - 5000 210 A SET OF FOUR CHINESE COLOURED PRINTS, depicting flowers, birds and butterflies, uniformly framed, 10in (26cm)h x 15in (38cm)w; and a smaller similar ditto on silk, depicting a crane. (5) €150 - 200 211 A CHINESE PORCELAIN JAR, decorated with a stag amongst colourful flowers, the opposing side with rows of calligraphy, 11.5in (29cm). (1) €50 - 80 212 A CHINESE BRONZE AND CLOISONNÉ TWO-HANDLED VASE, (one hand detached), of baluster form with geometric and floral designs, 14.5in (37cm). (1) €100 - 150

205 A RARE CHINESE CARVED IVORY MAMMOTH TUSK SECTION, depicting the twelve animals of the zodiac, beautifully carved showing a rat, a dragon, a rabbit, an ox, a tiger, a snake, sheep, monkey, rooster, a pig and a dog and a horse, 3.5in (9cm)h x 9in (23cm)w, on a moulded ebonised stand. (1) €700 - 1100

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213 A SMALL CHINESE PORCELAIN BALUSTER SHAPED VASE, decorated with two crabs and the opposing side with calligraphy, 3.5in (9cm). (1) €100 - 150

225 A PAIR OF IMARI BALUSTER VASES, with fluted bodies and decorated with panels of flowers amongst foliage and birds. 11in (30cm)h. (2) €100 - 150

214 A CARVED CHINESE WHITE JADE SWORD HILT OR GUARD, with dragon surmounted, the opposing side carved with scrolling foliage, 5in (13cm). (1) €100 - 200

226 A PAIR OF MOUNTED CHINESE FANS, one decorated in watercolour, with mountainous landscape and calligraphy, the other with a vase of flowers and a duck in a nest, also inscribed, mounted on self print fabric in gilt frame, 13.5in (34cmh x 22.25 (56cm). (2) €150 - 250

215 A RED CORAL STYLE BEAD NECKLACE, 7in (43cm). (1) €80 - 100 216 A CHINESE GREEN JADE BEAD NECKLACE, 21in (53cm). (1) €300 - 400 217 A CIRCULAR JADE DISC PENDANT, on white metal articulated chain, disk with pierced center, 2in (5cm). (1) €400 - 500

227 A GOOD PAIR OF CHINESE ORANGE SILK AND EMBROIDERED LADIES SHOES, c.1920’s, each worked with birds and flowers, the heel and sole in leather, each 10in long. (2) €80 - 120

218 A CHINESE FAMILLE VERTE BOTTLE VASE, O.R.M, decorated with butterflies and moths, against a green leaf background, 14in (36cm). (1) €80 - 120 219 A PAIR OF CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE SQUARE FORM VASES, O.R.M, each decorated with landscapes, under a flared neck, 15in (38cm). (2) €80 - 120 220 A VICTORIAN PAPIER-MACHE DISH, decorated with a scene after Edwin Landseer, Dignity and Impudence, probably by Jennens & Bettridge, 10in (25cm); together with a Staffordshire pearlware Tithe Pig group, as is, 6.5in (16cm). (1) €50 - 80 221 A THIRTY PIECE PART BLUE AND WHITE CHINESE PORCELAIN TEA SERVICE, comprising ten cups, sixteen saucers and four side plates, each decorated with fan shaped panels depicting flowers and figures. (30) €60 - 90 222 A CHINESE IMARI BOWL, decorated with flowers, 7in (18cm); together with a smaller similar ditto, 6in (15cm) and a Chinese Imari teapot and cover. (3) €60 - 80 223 A LIGHT GREEN CHINESE JADE BANGLE, 3.25in (8.5cm)d. (1) €100 - 200 224 A LARGE IMARI VASE, 19th century, with flared rim, the body decorated with panels of flowers, 18.75in (48cm)h x 7.75in (20cm)d. (1) €200 - 300 20

233 233 A JAPANESE TABLE TOP CABINET, the upper section with two sliding doors, each with two decorated lacquered panels above three open shelves and two conforming doors, two drawers below, each with a fan shaped blue and white dish panel, 21in (53cm)h x 15.5in (39cm)w. (1) See Illustration €150 - 250 234 A LATE 19TH CENTURY CHINESE SILK FAN, decorated with European figures playing music and seated around a table, hand painted, 11in (28cm) x 12in (30cm), framed. (1) €100 - 150

228 228 A LARGE CHINESE NANKING BLUE AND WHITE MEAT PLATTER, of octagonal form decorated with buildings in a landscape, 20in (51cm). (1) See Illustration €250 - 350 229 A COLLECTION OF JAPANESE SATSUMA WARE, comprising a part coffee service; various bowls, jugs and vases, etc. (18) €40 - 60

235 A VERY GOOD JAPANESE PORCELAIN SAUCER DISH, 19th century, decorated with three figures on a balcony, within floral sprays and an iron red border with flowers, 16in (40cm). (1) €200 - 300 236 A PAIR OF SMALL 19TH CENTURY CHINESE SILK KNEEDLEWORK PORTRAITS, each 3in (7cm)sq. (2) €50 - 60

230 AN 18TH CENTURY CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE MEAT PLATTER, decorated with a garden view, 11.25in (29cm) €60 - 70 231 A VERY ATTRACTIVE HAND WORKED CHINESE SILK SHAWL, with a centre roundel of pink flowers, within open worked bands and colourful floral spandrels, 40in (102cm)sq, in a gilt decorated and black lacquered case. (1) €150 - 220 232 A VERY UNUSUAL CHINESE CHRISTMAS CARD, c.1900, depicting figures by a Sedona chair, inscribed in English and Mandarin, framed, 4.5in (11cm)h x 7in (17cm)w. (1) €50 - 70

237 237 A JAPANESE BRONZE CARD CASE, or cigarette case by Kurada (worker in artistic bronzeware no. 19 Teramachi Shijo Minami Kioto), the cover with three monkeys in white metal and red enamel in original case, 3.25in (8.5cm). (1) See Illustration €150 - 250

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238 A JAPANESE BLACK LACQUERED FOURFOLD SCREEN, the panels overlaid in colourful marbles, depicting Royal figures and children in relief, the reverse decorated with flowers and birds, 72in (183cm)h x 74in (188cm)w, extended. (1) €500 - 700

239 239 A 15TH CENTURY VIETNAMESE BLUE AND WHITE TEA CUP, probably from the Hoi An Hoard, with leaf design, 1.75in (4.5cm)h. (1) See Illustration €80 - 120 240 A CARVED JAPANESE IVORY NETSUKE, modelled with rabbit and kit, another of a young Japanese boy seated, a goat with kid, and one other of a seated horse. (4) €140 - 200 241 A CHINESE CHERRYWOOD JARDINIERE OR VASE STAND, the octagonal top with rouge marble inset, above carved open work apron, 36in (91cm)h. (1) €180 - 250 242 A RECTANGULAR CHINESE FAMILLE VERTE PORCELAIN PANEL, decorated with fish amongst sea weed and six rows of calligraphy, 14.5in (36cm)h x 10in (26cm). (1) €180 - 220 243 A CIRCULAR CHINESE BLUE, WHITE AND IRON RED DISH, the base with a blue seal mark, 6.5in (16cm). (1) €150 - 250 244 A CHINESE YELLOW JADE PENDANT, together with a carved ink stone, with birds in relief, 4.5in (12cm). (2) €80 - 120 245 A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE VASE, of rectangular tapering form, with a flared neck, decorated with figures in landscapes, sixcharacter mark to base, 8in (20cm). (1) €80 - 120 246 A PAIR OF VERY UNUSUAL MARBLED CHINESE SCROLL WEIGHTS, with gilt calligraphy, each of oblong form, 10in (25cm). (2) €80 - 120

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247 A CHINESE WOODEN BEAD NECKLACE, together with a similar bangle en suite, a carved Chinese bone shoe horn and a Chinese bone pendant. (4) €50 - 70 248 A PAIR OF CHINESE CARVED GREEN JADE FIGURES, each modelled as a man standing, 2.5in (6.5cm); together with a pierced and carved white jade pendant, with grotesque mask, 3.5in (9cm); a jade disc; another light green jade mask pendant; one other jade item and a jadeite pendant. (7) €100 - 200 249 A CHINESE RED TREACLE GLAZED PORCELAIN BOTTLE VASE, 13in (33cm). (1) €80 - 120 250 THREE MINIATURE CHINESE PORCELAIN BOTTLE VASES, one decorated with peach blossoms, the other two with birds, and two other small vases, the tallest 3in (8cm). (5) €70 - 90 251 A CHINESE HARDWOOD CYLINDRICAL PLANTER, 7in (18cm). (1) €80 - 120 252 A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE EARTHENWARE BOTTLE VASE, with flared neck and bulbous body, 6in (15cm). (1) €60 - 90 253 A CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE TEAPOT, decorated in bright enamels; together with another Chinese red stoneware teapot. (2) €70 - 90 254 A CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE TEAPOT, decorated in bright enamels; together with another Chinese red stoneware teapot. (2) €60 - 90 255 A JAPANESE IMARI JARDINIÈRE, O.R.M., with hexagonal panels, decorated with flowers and other motifs, on iron red and white ground, 9.5in (24cm). (1) €60 - 100 256 A LARGE BALUSTER SHAPED JAPANESE IMARI VASE, O.R.M., decorated with various flowers and leaf scrolls, 18in (46cm). (1) €80 - 150

257 A TERRACOTTA COLOURED PUMPKIN SHAPED CHINESE TEA POT, with rustic handle and rustic cover, the body etched with calligraphy and a landscape, square seal mark impressed on base, 8in (20cm). (1) See Illustration €150 - 220 258 A VERY ATTRACTIVE CHINESE KETTLE SHAPED SMALL STONEWARE TEAPOT, with dome cover over laid with rows of calligraphy and a bird amongst chrysanthemums in relief and square impressed seal mark to base, 4in (10cm). (1) See Illustration €150 - 200 259 A TERRACOTTA COLOURED CHINESE STONE WARE TEAPOT, with dome cover, Chinese calligraphy impressed on base and the seal mark to inner cover, 8in (20cm). (1) See Illustration €150 - 250 260 A GOOD CHINESE SPECKLED BROWN STONE WARE TEAPOT AND COVER, with short spout and ring handle and raised on three ball feet, with double character mark to base, 5in (13cm). (1) See Illustration €120 - 180 261 A CHINESE STONE COLOURED STONEWARE TEA POT AND COVER, decorated in relief with flowers and a crane, circular seal mark to base and double mark to inner cover, the baluster shaped body with short spout, 5in (12.5cm). (1) See Illustration €120 - 180 262 AN UNUSUAL TERRACOTTA COLOURED RECTANGULAR CHINESE STONEWARE TEAPOT, the reticulated cover with lotus flower above two rectangular leaf moulded panels, depicting phoenix amongst foliage, 4.25in (11cm), with square compressed seal mark to base. (1) €500 - 600 263 AN UNUSUAL CHINESE STONEWARE TEAPOT, decorated with pheasant amongst flowers and rows of calligraphy, 4in (10cm). (1) €500 - 600

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264 A VERY UNUSUAL CHINESE DOUBLEGOURD BRONZE HAND WARMER, the pierced cover chased with cranes amongst foliage, 3.25in (8cm). (1) €200 - 300 265 A CHINESE CARVED LIGHT GREEN JADE PENDANT, modelled as a recumbent lion, 3in (7.5cm). (1) €450 - 550 266 A CIRCULAR MOULDED INK STONE, 5in (13cm) diameter, in fitted case with calligraphy to cover. (1) €200 - 300

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271 A GOOD PAIR OF CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE GINGER JARS, late 18th, early 19th century, each of bulbous reeded form, each with four panels, depicting phoenix and dragon, double blue circular marks to base, 9in (23cm). (2) See Illustration €1000 - 1200

274 A CHINESE GLAZED STONEWARE MEIPING VASE, the light celadon ground incised with scrolling foliage, 14in (36cm). (1) See Illustration €600 - 800

272 A SET OF FOUR CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE TEACUPS, each of square tapering form, each depicting calligraphy and landscapes, each with a four character mark, as is. (4) €200 - 300

267 A CHINESE INK STONE, of teardrop shape with calligraphy, 8in (20cm), in a fitted hardwood case, with further calligraphy. (1) €200 - 300 268 A VERY ATTRACTIVE CHINESE PORCELAIN BOWL AND COVER, profusely decorated with fish, flowers, fruit, parasol, vases, etc., the cup and cover with a red Greek key border, six-character mark to cover and base, 4.25in (11cm). (1) €600 - 800 269 A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN BRUSH POT, decorated with an eagle perched on a rock, six-character mark to base, 4.5in (11.5cm). (1) €300 - 400 270 A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE SQUAT SHAPED JAR, decorated with phoenix and dragon amongst scrolling foliage, 4.5in (11.5cm). (1) €200 - 300

275 275 A COBALT BLUE CHINESE STONEWARE ONION NECK BOTTLE VASE, 14.5in (37cm). (1) See Illustration €400 - 500

273 273 A VERY FINE LARGE CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE VASE, profusely decorated in colourful enamels, depicting a large peacock amongst chrysanthemums, swallows flying above, ducks on water and a crane, 22.5in (57cm). (1) See Illustration €800 - 1000

276 A LARGE HEAVY TEA DUST CHINESE STONEWARE BOTTLE VASE, of unusual colour, with upward tapering cylindrical neck and bulbous body, the base with an incised six-character mark, 13.5in (34cm). (1) €400 - 500

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277 A BLUE AND WHITE CHINESE PORCELAIN MEIPING VASE, with short flared neck, the body decorated with warriors and Royal subjects, on a flared base, 10in (26cm). (1) See Illustration €400 - 500

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291 A CARVED LIGHT GREEN CHINESE JADE PENDANT, modelled with monkeys on a double gourd vase, 3in (7.5cm). (1) €50 - 90 292 A CHINESE BAMBOO BRUSH POT, with rows of calligraphy on square form body, 6in (15cm). (1) €30 - 40

284 278 278 A FINE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN BOTTLE VASE, profusely decorated with scrolling flowers, stylized dragons and bats in bright enamels, the cylindrical neck on a bulbous body, with six-character seal mark to base, 11.5in (30cm). (1) See Illustration €3000 - 5000 279 A PAIR OF JAPANESE PORCELAIN BALUSTER SHAPED JARS AND COVERS, each decorated with religious figures wearing halos, 14in (36cm). (1) €420 - 460 280 A CHINESE CARVED LIGHT GREEN JADE POT AND COVER, the cover with a temple lion surmounted, applied with two ring handles and raised on three lion mask legs, 4in (10cm). (1) €140 - 160 281 A LARGE ORIENTAL IMARI STYLE BOWL, O.R.M, raised on a pierced brass stand, with scroll legs, 16.5in (42cm). €380 - 450 282 A PAIR OF BALUSTER SHAPED CHINESE CLOISONNÉ VASES, each decorated with colourful flowers against a sky blue background, 8.25in (21cm). (2) €150 - 180 283 A VERY UNUSUAL CHINESE STONEWARE BOWL, fired with a small celadon ground dish, 7in (18cm). (1) €60 - 90

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284 A GOOD CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE BALUSTER SHAPED VASE, the octagonal flared neck above eight decorated colour panels and four large medallions below, decorated with foliage on a tapering octagonal base, 12in (30cm). (1) See Illustration €200 - 300 285 A CHINESE PORCELAIN VASE, of baluster form, decorated with figures and pavilions in a mountainous landscape, 6.25in (16cm). (1) €100 - 200 286 A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE BALUSTER SHAPED WUCAI JAR OR VASE, decorated with figures amongst flowers and scrolling foliage, 6in (15cm). (1) €100 - 150 287 A CHINESE ZISHA POT OR PLANTER, of square tapering form, chased with calligraphy and flowers, on four bracket feet, 3.5in (9cm). (1) €30 - 50 288 A BALUSTER SHAPED GREEN CHINESE CRACKLE AND STONEWARE POT OR CENSER, with lion mask and ring handles, 5in (13cm). (1) €80 - 120 289 A CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN VASE OF MALLET FORM, decorated with pheasants amongst chrysanthemums and lotus flowers, under a long narrow cylindrical neck, 9.25in (23cm). (1) €100 - 150 290 A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN BOWL, with flared rim, decorated with figures in a boat, profusely inscribed with calligraphy, 6.5in (16.5cm). (1) €150 - 200

293 293 A LARGE FAMILLE NOIR CHINESE WUCAI VASE, of square tapering form, decorated with Royal figures and horsemen, under a flared neck, eight-character mark to base, 21.5in (55cm). (1) See Illustration €300 - 400 294 A PAIR OF CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE BALUSTER SHAPED VASES, each with a flared neck, on circular flared stem base, decorated with figures in landscapes, 9in (23cm). (1) €150 - 250 295 A CHINESE FAMILLE VERTE STEM BOWL, decorated with figures and a deer on a balcony, with four-character mark to base. (1) €80 - 120 296 A CHINESE TURQUOISE MOON FLASK, with pierced dragon handles, decorated with scrolling foliage; the panels with warriors in battle scenes, 17.25in (44cm)h. (1) €250 - 350 297 A PAIR OF CHINESE PORCELAIN PANELS, each depicting a mountainous lake scene, each framed and inscribed, 19.5in (50cm)h x 9.5in (24cm)w. (2) €350 - 450 298 A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE MEIPING BALUSTER VASE, decorated with figures in a landscape in an all-around scene within floral bands, 9.5in (24cm)h. (1) €80 - 120 23


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299 A FAMILLE NOIR CHINESE PORCELAIN BOWL, decorated with figures, animals and birds in an all-around scene, 7in (18cm). (1) €50 - 120 300 A CHINESE SANG DE BOEUF BOTTLE VASE, of bulbous form, with double-gourd neck and flared top, 15in (38cm). (1) €150 - 250

301 301 A PAIR OF HEAVY 19TH CENTURY VASE SHAPED CHINESE ALTAR STANDS, each with a circular dish top and inlaid with gilt and silvered inlay, depicting flowers and birds and applied with two scroll handles, on a circular moulded base, 13in (35cm). (2) See Illustration €380 - 450

308 307 A CHINESE CARVED CHERRYWOOD JARDINIERE, or bowl stand, c. 1900, with inset quatrefoil marble top, within a bead border, above a leaf carved and pierced frieze, raised on four conforming carved legs, 32in (81cm)h. (1) €450 - 480

302 A CARVED CHINESE WOODEN FIGURE, modelled as a woman holding a basket on her back and a scroll in her hand, 12in (31cm). (1) €40 - 60 303 A LARGE HEAVY CHINESE BRONZE JARDINIERE, with phoenix, turtle and dragon in relief, 12in (31cm)h. (1) €580 - 750

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305 A VERY LARGE JAPANESE IMARI VASE, late 19th century, of baluster form with flared neck, decorated with figures on balconies, and panels of flowers and birds, against iron red, white and dark blue, 37in (94cm)h. (1) See Illustration €800 - 1500 306 AN ANGLO-INDIAN TORTOISESHELL AND IVORY MOUNTED JEWELLERY BOX, with fret cut panels, on lion paw feet, 6.5in (16.5cm). (1) €150 - 200

308 A CHINESE SIDE CABINET, c. 1900, of low proportions, the pierced and carved pediment with birds and flowers, flanked to either side with a scroll dolphin finial above an arrangement of seven cupboard doors, each overlaid with bone and mother of pearl, forming birds and flowers within gilt borders, four open shelves backed with ornate panels, two with bone and mother of pearl overlay and pierced borders, and three profusely pierced and carved open work panels depicting birds and foliage, on scroll legs, 65in (165cm)h x 50in (127cm)w. (1) See Illustration €4500 - 5500 309 A 19TH CENTURY INDIAN WHITE METAL BOWL OR JARDINIERE, profusely chased in high relief, with oval panels depicting couples, within ornate scrolling foliage, 5.25in (13cm)h. (1) €550 - 650 310 A CHINESE CARVED WOODEN GROUP, modelled after a young man riding a water buffalo, 7in (18cm). (1) €150 - 200

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311 311 A RUBY AND DIAMOND SET CLUSTER RING, (1) See Illustration €200 - 300

312 312 AN OVAL SET SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, on 18k yellow gold band. (1) See Illustration €1250 - 1500

313 313 A RUBY AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, on 18k yellow gold band. (1) See Illustration €350 - 500

314 314 A BLACK PEARL AND DIAMOND RING, set in 14k white gold band. (1) See Illustration €700 - 900

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315 315 AN EMERALD AND DIAMOND THREESTONE RING, in 18k yellow gold with rectangular emerald and two round brilliant cut diamonds. (1) See Illustration €700 - 900

316 316 A FIVE-STONE OPAL RING, on 18k yellow gold band. (1) See Illustration €700 - 1100

317 317 AN ART DECO TWO-STONE CLUSTER RING, with two large round brilliant cut diamonds, inside smaller clusters, diamond weight approx 1.5k set in platinum and 18k yellow gold band. (1) See Illustration €5000 - 6000

318 318 A FINE THREE-STONE DIAMOND RING, set in 18k yellow gold, three round brilliant cut diamonds, approx 1ct, S.1.2, Colour H. (1) See Illustration €1800 - 2400

319 319 AN ATTRACTIVE BLUE ZIRCON AND DIAMOND THREE-STONE RING, set on 18k yellow gold band. (1) See Illustration €700 - 1100

320 320 A DIAMOND AND SAPPHIRE THREESTONE RING, set in 18k yellow gold band, the centre sapphire 0.50ct, the diamonds 0.40ct. (1) See Illustration €1000 - 2000

321 321 A VERY FINE DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, set with three large diamonds, inside diamond border, approx 1.50ct. (1) See Illustration €4000 - 5000

322 322 A FINE MARQUISE SHAPED DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, set in 18k white gold, combined diamond weight approx 1.50ct around a large central stone. (1) See Illustration €2400 - 2600

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325A 325A A FINE DIAMOND AND EMERALD BRACELET, set with fifty-one diamonds on short curved links, weighing 1.5ct, smaller amount of emeralds on 18k yellow gold, 7.5in (19cm). (1) See Illustration €2000 - 3000 322A 322A A 14K WHITE GOLD AND AMETHYST AND DIAMOND PENDANT, on an oval setting. (1) See Illustration €1000 - 1500

330 330 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, Miniature Portrait of a Gentleman, wearing a Dark Jacket and White Cravat, 4.5in (12cm) x 3.5in (9cm), in attractive gilt frame. (1) See Illustration €300 - 500 326 326 A DIAMOND AND RUBY CLUSTER RING, set in 18k yellow gold and platinum. (1) See Illustration €800 - 1500

323 323 AN UNUSUAL DIAMOND AND SAPPHIRE CLUSTER RING, set on a 14k white gold band with seven round brilliant cut diamonds, approx 0.80ct and five sapphires. (1) See Illustration €1500 - 2000

324 324 A LARGE DIAMOND SOLITAIRE RING, on 18k yellow gold, the oval diamond approx 2.2ct 1-E col H-I. (1) See Illustration €3000 - 5000

325 325 A VERY GOOD 18K WHITE GOLD DIAMOND AND SAPPHIRE RING, with three diamonds and two sapphires, diamond weight 1ct. (1) See Illustration €2000 - 3000

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327 327 AN OVAL DIAMOND AND OPAL CLUSTER RING, set in platinum, the oval opal in a border of fourteen small diamonds. (1) See Illustration €2000 - 3000

328 328 A MAGNIFICENT FIVE-STONE DIAMOND RING, set in 18k of yellow gold, with five graduating stones, each brilliant cut, 2cts approx, S1.1 F-09- colour. (1) See Illustration €3800 - 5200 329 AN OVAL GILT METAL R.D.S HORSE SHOW MEDAL, for the Owner and Breeder of the Three Year-old Ponteycool, 1978 on stand; together with another silver medal, The Heineken Horse Show Trials, 1991, European Championships, and an Olympic bronze medal, Tokyo 1964, cased in mint condition. (3) €80 - 100

331 AN EBONISED AND PARCEL GILT FAN SHAPED FAN OR CARD CASE, early 20th century, the moulded frame with glass panel enclosing three arched slots, 17in (43cm)h x 33in (84cm)w. (1) €80 - 150

331A 331A A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, set with an oval sapphire around a star shaped band of diamonds on gold band. (1) See Illustration €500 - 600

332 332 A GOLD PLATED KEYLESS AMERICAN POCKET WATCH, with bar movement by Waltham 2in (5cm) and another smaller ditto by The Elgin Watch Company U.S.A, both in working order. (2) See Illustration €100 - 200 333 A LATE VICTORIAN GOLD HALF SOVEREIGN, from 1897. (1) €80 - 120

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336 343 A GOOD QUALITY 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SILVER PLATED TABLE LAMP, by Elkington & Co. Birmingham, also stamped J. Lyons & Co. with square reeded stem and on a leaf cast fluted square base with rounded cornice, 32.5in (82cm) inc. pink shade. (1) €350 - 380

334 A VERY FINE 19TH CENTURY BRASS MOUNTED AND BRASS INLAID ROSEWOOD JEWELLRY CASE, by R&S Garrand & Co. London, the hinged top inlaid with brass depicting a monogram under a coronet, the interior with 3 lift out trays and the sides with inset brass handles, 13.5in (35cm). (1) €200 - 300 336 A VERY ATTRACTIVE ART NOUVEAU GOLD AND ENAMEL EGYPTIAN REVIVAL SCARAB BROACH, set with an oval central green stone, probably jade in the form of a scarab beetle, issuing two colourful enamel eagle wings in blue and red with chip diamonds forming the feathers, the scarab flanked to either side with ho ho birds and three brilliant cut round diamonds 3.25in (8.5cm), 31g overall. (1) See Illustration €2500 - 3500 337 A SILVER MEMORIAL RING, with miniature portrait of a gentleman in ivory. (1) €30 - 50

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A GOOD JAEGER LE COULTRE GENTS CHRONOGRAPH WRIST WATCH, Se # 275343, the silverized dial with 3 subsidiary dials for seconds, hours, date, gold watch with 18k tight mesh bracelet, manual wind, c.1960 overall weight 102g. (1) See Illustration €1800 - 2500

341 A HEAVY SILVER GILT TWO HANDLED TROPHY CUP AND COVER, Birmingham 1965, Royal International Horse Show 1965, presented by The Daily Mail, 12in (31cm), 698g. (1) €200 - 300

340 AN UNUSUAL WHITE METAL INLAID 338 INDIAN VESTA, with pop up action, 4in AN UNUSUAL VICTORIAN FIVE STONE (10cm); a Royal automobile club car badge; a DIAMOND RING, in a yellow gold setting and pair of copper book ends; a Chinese brass mount, the diamonds arranged in a straight line. mounted and lacquered card box and an old €80 - 100 brass mounted cash box. (6) €70 - 90 339

342 A SMALL SILVER SIX SLICE TOAST RACK, Sheffield 1953, 73g; an oval silver ink stand, London 1904, 108g and a continental silver book form box. (3) €80 - 150

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344 344 A SMALL RECTANGULAR SILVER VINAGRETTE, by Thomas Shaw, Birmingham c1831 with leaf cast edge and floral chesed top 1in (2.5cm). (1) See Illustration €140 - 160

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346 A HAMMERED COFFEE COPPER VASE SHAPED TROPHY URN AND COVER, Jumping International D.E Lyon 1963, on octagonal stepped wooden base, 18.5in (47cm). (1) €70 - 120

347 347 A SILVER VINAIGRETTE, by Matthew Linwood, Birmingham 1816, 1.25in (3cm) and one other by Hillard Thomason Birmingham 1881. (2) See Illustration €100 - 200

348 348 A VERY UNUSUAL SERPENTINE SHAPED SILVER VINAIGRETTE, by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1844 with radiating bright cut design, 1.25in (3cm). (1) See Illustration €140 - 160

350 350 AN EXTREMELY HEAVY OCTAGONAL SILVER PRESENTATION TRAY, Sheffield 1896, distributed by S.H. Waterhouse Dublin, with a pierced gallery and two leaf cast scroll handles on 8 scroll legs, 27in (69cm), 5kg. Inscribed: Winsor Slipper Retired to Stud 1943 with Unbeaten Record, Curragh 1941, Waterford Testemonial, Railway Stables, Beresford Stakes, Curragh 1942, Irish 2000 Guinness Irish Derby and the Irish St. Ledger, Owner Joseph McGrath, Trainer M.C. Collins, Rider M. Wing. (1) See Illustration €2000 - 3000

351 351 AN OVAL SILVER TRAY, Birmingham 1968, with two gadroon and leaf cast handles, and a shaped gadroon edge, 18in (46cm), 1004g. (1) See Illustration €680 - 750 349 349 A UNIQUE IRISH SILVER PRESENTATION, modelled as a classical blind folded woman standing behind a large cylindrical draw drum Irish Sweep Stakes by West and Son Dublin 1932 and silver presentation plaque inscribed To Joe Mcgrath from one of the Drummers 1932, J.W.T with art wooden base, 2600g. (1) See Illustration and Back Cover €2000 - 3000

352 AN IRISH VICTORIAN VINE SHAPED CHALICE, with bulbous knop stem, on square circular domed foot, 9.5in (24cm) 480g. (1) See Illustration €400 - 500

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358 358 A LARGE TWO-HANDLED SILVER BOWL, by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1902, The Drury Challenge Bowl, on stem base 14.5in (37cm), 1131g. (1) See Illustration €500 - 700 359 A SILVER PLATED CAMPANA SHAPED WINE COOLER, with detachable liner and two handles, on a stem base, 11.5in (29cm). (1) €200 - 300 360 A PAIR OF SILVER PLATED NOVELTY SALT AND PEPPER SHAKERS, each in the form of a lighthouse, 3.75in (10cm). (2) €30 - 40

353 353 A HEAVY CHASED IRISH SILVER CUP AND COVER, late George II or early George III, with domed cover and 2 scroll handles, profusely chased with flowers and fruit, one scroll cartouche crested with a running greyhound, another cartouche inscribed Racket Challenge, won by Captain J.A. Ramsey 1860, on stem foot, 12in (21cm), 1520g. (1) See Illustration €1500 - 2000 354 A CASED SET OF FOUR CUT GLASS AND SILVER MOUNTED SALTS, Birmingham 1900, each with two pierced handles. (4) €200 - 300

355 355 A PAIR OF SILVER CANDLESTICKS, by James Dixon & Son, Sheffield 1892, each with half reeded and fluted column with Corinthian capital on square stepped and moulded base, 8.5in (22cm). (1) See Illustration €400 - 500

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356 356 A PAIR OF CONTINENTAL ART NOUVEAU SILVER MOUNTED BLUE GLASS FINGER BOWLS, 4.25in (11cm). (2) See Illustration €230 - 260

357 357 A LARGE SILVER TWO HANDLED TROPHY CUP, by Walker and Hall, Sheffield 1908, inscribed The Muskerry Hunt Point to Point 7th March 1910 Members Race Brosig Ort, 12in (30cm) 987g. (1) See Illustration €550 - 650

360A A SILVER STEMMED BOWL OR TAZZA, Birmingham 1937, British Jumping Derby 1964, with shaped bead edge 8in (20cm), 255g; an Irish silver ash tray 125g; a pair of card silver plated fish servers; plated tea strainer and stand; a hotel plated tea pot. (5) €100 - 150 361 A ROCOCO STYLE SILVER JEWELLERY CASKET, of embossed quatrefoil form, with domed cover and flower finial on four leaf cast scroll legs, 7.5in (19cm), 334g. (1) €280 - 320 362 AN ART NOUVEAU STERLING SILVER AND ENAMEL PHOTO FRAME, 11.5in (29cm)h x 9.25in (24cm)w. (1) €120 - 150

363 363 A SILVER TWO HANDLED TROPHY CUP, by James Dinan & Sons, Sheffield 1910, crested and inscribed Replica of Challange Cup, Presented to the Dorset Volunteer Association, The Society of Dorset Men in London, Won by Sergent Green, 1907,1908, 1909, 1910, 387g.(1) See Illustration €380 - 450 29


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370 A HEAVY GERMAN SILVER SOUP LADLE, by M. Forder (800, the oval top with cartouche and leaf and floral scrolls, 14in (36cm); together with a matching table spoon 297g. (2) €150 - 220

364 364 A GEORGE III SILVER CARD TRAY, by Joseph Sutton, London 1781, with moulded and bead edge on ball and claw feet, 6in (15cm) 224g.(1) See Illustration €280 - 350 365 A HEAVY TWO HANDLED SILVER PLATED SERVING TRAY, the cast edge and handles with scrolling foliage, 27in (69cm). (1) €250 - 300 366 A HEAVY SILVER PLATED TABLE PLATEAU OR WALL MIRROR, with leaf cast edge, 12in (30cm). (1) €150 - 250 367 A GOOD OVAL PIERCED AND SILVER PLATED SWING HANDLED CAKE BASKET, with bead cast edge, 14in (35cm). (1) €150 - 180

371 A SILVER R.D.S SPRING SHOW 1963 TWO HANDLED CUP, with lion mask handles and stem base, The Cantrell and Cochrane perpetual Cup Jumping Competition, 5.25in (13.5cm), 155g; a very unusual 1997 Kerry Gold pewter trophy for horse show Dublin, in the form of a milk churn, 5in (13cm); together with another Heineken Beer pewter beer mug with glass bottom, with concise history of the Heineken Brewery, 5.25in (13cm), and a silver plated two handled cup with celtic band, 9.25in (24cm). (4) €80 - 120 372 A LARGE ETCHED GLASS CLARET JUG, with silver plated top and handle, the hinge cover surmounted with a figure, above a Bacchus mask spout, 15.5in (39cm). (1) €140 - 160 373 A SET OF EIGHTEEN CONTINENTAL SILVER HANDLED DINNER KNIVES, the majority with Odiot steel blade. (18) €150 - 180 374 A LATE 19TH CENTURY SILVER PLATED TEA KETTLE, on warming stand with lion paw feet, 12.5in (32cm). (1) €70 - 90 375 A TWO HANDLED STERLING SILVER SUGAR BOWL, with weighted stem base, and a matching cream jug. (2) €50 - 100

379 A FOUR PIECE SILVER PLATED HOTELWARE TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE. (4) €60 - 90 380 THREE SILVER CONDIMENTS, a pair of silver plated novelty salt and pepper shakers, each in the form of a pheasant, 6in (16cm); together with another pair of pheasant table ornaments. (7) €80 - 100

381 381 A 19TH CENTURY HEAVY SHEFFIELD SILVER PLATED OVAL OGEE SHAPED SOUP TUREEN, with domed cover and handle, the body with two leaf cast handles and raised on leaf cast scroll legs, 16in (40cm). (1) See Illustration €150 - 250 382 A SILVER PLATED VICTORIAN OGEE FORM TEA KETTLE, and warming stand, 14in (36cm); together with a circular entrée pan, with three compartment divider, 10 in (26cm). (2) €70 - 120

376 A PAIR OF HEAVY 19TH CENTURY SHEFFIELD SILVER PLATED CANDLESTICKS, each with a leaf cast urnshaped socket, on a leaf cast urn shaped stem, on conforming foot, 11.5in (39cm). (2) €80 - 120 368 368 A FINE SILVER PLATED WINE COOLER, 19th century with vine moulded edge and two rustic vine handles, on a circular moulded stem base, 11in (20cm). (1) See Illustration €850 - 1000

377 A CIRCULAR 19TH CENTURY SHEFFIELD SILVER PLATED CAKE BASKET, with swing handle and floral cast edge, 12.5in (32cm)d; another similar pierced oval ditto, 13in (33cm)d; and one other smaller ditto, 10in (26cm). (3) €60 - 90

369 AN UNUSUAL SILVER PLATED CUT GLASS DESK STAND, with scroll legs, 8in (20cm)h. (1) €70 - 90

378 A HEXAGONAL SHAPED VICTORIAN SILVER PLATED TEAPOT, two silver plated coffee pots; a plated ice bucket and a silver plated tea kettle on rustic stand with warming lamp. (5) €100 - 150

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384 A LARGE OVAL SHEFFIELD SILVER PLATED TURKEY DISH COVER, with half reeded body and leaf cast handle, 20in (51cm); together with a smaller oval ditto. (2) €120 - 160 385 A SILVER PLATED PUNCH OR MONTEITH BOWL, with gadroon edge on stem base, with five punch cups, 12.5in (32cm); together with a silver plated egg cruet with six cups, 9.5in (24cm); and another cruet with four associated glass bottles, silver plated mounts and frame, 10in (26cm). (3) €70 - 120 386 A LARGE OVAL SILVER PLATED TWOHANDLED LEAF AND SHELL CAST SERVING TRAY, 24in (62cm); together with an unusual rectangular silver plated and leaf cast salver, on four pierced legs, 14in (36cm). (2) €80 - 150 387 A THREE PIECE SILVER PLATED TEA SERVICE, 20th century; a silver plated beer tankard; a silver plated sugar and cream, with half reeded body; a silver plated hot water pot and a pair of silver plated fox head syrup sups. (10) €50 - 70

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389 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS SILVER PLATEWARE, comprising a nut dish with rabbit; a sugar and cream; another similar; two christening cups; two small trophy cups; a wine coaster; various bowls and bonbon dishes; a condiment stand, etc. (20 approx) €80 - 120 390 A SILVER PLATED BULBOUS TEAPOT, Victorian; a silver plated wine or water jug, with hinged cover; a silver plated cream jug; a hot water pot; a plated coaster or wine bottle stand. (5) €70 - 120

391 391 A THREE PIECE WILLIAM IV SILVER TEA SERVICE, London 1833 by C.G., the pumpkin-shaped tea pot crested and with a flower finial to cover, the spout and handle chased with foliage on four scroll legs, 11in (28cm), 1746g. (3) See Illustration €500 - 700 392 A TWO HANDLED SILVER SUGAR BOWL, Birmingham 1908, of ogee form, raised on four shaped legs, 201g; together with a similar cream jug, Dublin 1921, 192g. (2) €100 - 200 393 A SILVER BALUSTER SHAPED SUGAR CASTER, London 1935 with domed and pierced cover, with urn finial 7.25 (8.5cm), 221g. (1) €80 - 120

388 388 A PAIR OF VERY UNUSUAL LATE 19TH CENTURY SILVER PLATED CANDLESTICKS, each in the form of a flamingo, supporting a tree branch and standing on a stylized turtle, 10.5in (27cm). (2) See Illustration €200 - 300

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395 395 A PEAR SHAPED CRESTED SILVER HOT WATER POT, London 1904, the domed cover with an urn finial and gadroon edge, 8.25in (21cm), 377g. (1) See Illustration €120 - 180

396 396 A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN SILVER CRESTED CAFE AU LAIT POTS, by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. London 1904 & 1905, one with turned and ebonised handle (the other lacking handle), each with hinged cover and raised on shell capped pad feet, 6.25in (16cm), 583g; together with a matching twohandled sugar bowl, 138g. (3) See Illustration €150 - 200 397 A SET OF THREE SHEFFIELD SILVER SHELL SALTS, c. 1904, each on three ball feet; together with a silver egg cup; a pierced silver two handle bon-bon basket and a small silver card case, combined weight 220g. (6) €80 - 90

394 394 A TWO HANDLED VICTORIAN SILVER CRESTED SUGAR BOWL, London 1873 by George Fox, of baluster form with 2 leaf cast reeded handles; together with a matching double spout two-handled cream jug, 287g. (2) See Illustration €180 - 220

398 A SMALL EARLY GEORGE III SILVER SAUCE BOAT, of helmet form, London 1771, with scroll handle and tri-form feet, 79g. (1) €120 - 150

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399 399 AN IRISH GEORGE III SILVER CREAM JUG, by Richard Williams, Dublin c. 1767, crested and with chased floral band, 104g. (1) See Illustration €80 - 120 400 A TWO HANDLED IRISH CELTIC STYLE SILVER TROPHY CUP, on stem base, Dublin 1962, 133g; with an Irish Celtic style christening mug, Dublin 1966 with 1916 Jubilee mark, 103g.(2) €80 - 120 401 A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER PORRINGER STYLE SUGAR BOWL, London c. 1890 with half spiral reeded body and two S-scroll handles, 136g. (1) €80 - 150 402 A SMALL IRISH SILVER PLATED STRAWBERRY DISH, Dublin by J.M.C. 1966, with 1916 Jubilee mark 4.5in (12cm), 179g; a smaller similar ditto Dublin 1998, 3in (8cm) 56g, and a small Irish oval dish, Dublin 1966, with Jubilee mark, 71g. (3) €70 - 80 403 A SMALL SILVER TEA CADDY, Birmingham 1900, of cylindrical form, chased all around with figures 2.75in (7cm), 80g; together with a pair of silver vase shaped pepper casters, Birmingham 1897, 4in (10cm), 74g; a small pierced Chester bon-bon dish and a Celtic style Birmingham silver ashtray. (5) €80 - 120

406 406 AN IMPORTANT LARGE IRISH GEORGE II SILVER TWO-HANDLED CUP AND COVER, by John Wilme, Dublin 1736, a double domed cover with a pineapple finial, on a vase shaped body with two engraved armorials, applied with leaf scroll handles and raised on a stem base, 13.75in (35cm)h, 2036g. (1) See Illustration €4000 - 6000

407 A HEAVY IRISH TWO HANDLED TROPHY CUP, London 1931, The Adare Challenge Cup, with two scroll handles, profusely inscribed with various winners, from 1935 to 1948, 11.5in (29cm)h, 981g, on an ebonised stand. (1) See Illustration €350 - 550

404 A VICTORIAN SILVER LEAF MOULDED SUGAR BOWL, London 1889, 3.5in (9cm) 97g; and a silver helmet shaped sauce boat, Birmingham 1919, 135g. (2) €100 - 150 405 A PAIR OF ATTRACTIVE PIERCED SILVER SERVING SPOONS, Chester 1908; together with an Irish silver sugar tongs, Dublin 1820, 175g. (3) €70 - 100

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413 A HEAVY GERMAN ICE WATER JUG, with plated mounts and cover, 10in (26cm); together with a silver cone shaped vase, as is. (2) €80 - 120

408 408 A VICTORIAN SILVER GILT AND CRESTED SHAVING BRUSH, London 1869, with relief cast crest in the form of a boar head, 6in (15cm) extended. (1) See Illustration €150 - 220

414 A HEAVY TWO-HANDLED SILVER PLATED TRAY, with pierced foliate rim, (worn). 28in (72cm). (1) €70 - 90 415 A SET OF THREE VICTORIAN GRADUATING SILVER PLATED OVAL MEAT DISH COVERS, the foliate handles resting on acanthus leaves, with gadrooned rims, the largest, 16.5in (40cm) wide; the others, 13.5in (34cm) wide and 12in (29.5cm) wide (the smallest with some dents). (3) €150 - 250 416 A SHEFFIELD SILVER PLATED CRUET STAND, 19th century, with six cutglass jars and bottles, 9in (23cm); together with another silver plated cruet stand with a pair of cut glass jars and plated covers. (2) €100 - 200

409 409 A SILVER SOUVENIR NAPKIN RING, commemorating the Maiden Voyage of African R.M.S. Flalaba 1906, with enamel flag by Walker & Hall Sheffield 1906, 31g. (1) See Illustration €100 - 150 410 A MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTION OF SCRAP GOLD, comprising a 9k gold medal, 6gr; three 9k brooches, 3gr; 15k gold studs, 2gr; four 18k gold studs, 5g. (10) €160 - 180 411 A VICTORIAN SILVER PLATED TEA KETTLE, on rustic stand, 15.5in (39cm); together with two rectangular silver plated entree dishes with covers and handles, a plated nut comport, a swing handle cake basket and a biscuit jar. (5) €80 - 120 412 A CASED SET OF TWENTY-FOUR SILVER PLATED FISH KNIVES AND FORKS; each with bone handle; together with six nickel plated dachshund table ornaments; a swing handle plated basket and a candle snuffer. (32) €80 - 90

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417 A SILVER PLATED WATER JUG, of pear form; a silver plated asparagus tongs; an oval entree dish and cover; two silver plated sauce boats; four silver plated condiments; a set of eight silver plated and cased cocktail spoons; seven small plated coasters; a pair of plated teaspoons and a small sterling dish. (20) €80 - 150 418 A STERLING SILVER CREAM JUG, a small sterling bon-bon basket; a small sterling campana shaped urn; a pair of plated ogee shaped salts with blue liners; a pair of plated pepper castors; a sterling sugar tongs; a long cocktail spoon and a pair of plated campana shaped urns. (11) €100 - 200 419 A THREE PIECE SILVER PLATED TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE, comprising a baluster shaped coffee pot, a matching tea pot and a sugar bowl and cover. (3) €80 - 120 420 A STERLING SILVER OGEE SHAPED GRAVY BOAT, early 20th century, with turned wooden handle, 2.75in (7cm); together with a pair of unusual sterling silver candlesticks, by Hamilton U.S.A., each with a filled base, 6in (15cm); an octagonal shaped silver plated entree pan, with gadroon edge and hinged cover, and a hot water cavity, 105in (27cm), with turned wooden handle. (4) €100 - 200

422 A SILVER SUGAR AND CREAM, Birmingham 1921, each with a half spiral reeded body and gadroon edge, 287g, (2) €150 - 200 423 A SILVER TEAPOT, Birmingham, c. 1930, the oval ogee shaped body with a wooden scroll handle, and raised on four legs with pad feet, 11in (8cm) 524g. (1) €200 - 250 424 A MATCHED SET OF SIX IRISH FIDDLE PATTERN RATTAIL TEASPOONS, c. 1830; together with three other similar and an egg spoon, 240g. (10) €60 - 80 425 A SET OF SIX VICTORIAN FIDDLE PATTERN DESSERT SPOONS, London 1883; a set of four similar ditto Exeter 1873; three George IV English dessert and a Victorian Irish table spoon by J. Smyth Dublin 1858, 724g. (14) €180 - 220 426 A PAIR OF PIERCED IRISH SILVER WINE COASTERS, Dublin 1973, EEC Commemoration Mark by J.M. Co, 5.25in (13cm) on wooden bases. (2) €400 - 600 427 A CASED SET OF 6 FRUIT KNIVES, a cased set of 6 fruit spoons and a server, a part canteen of knives, forks and spoons, together with a quantity of miscellaneous silver plated cutlery. (a lot) €15 - 25 428 A SET OF FOUR IRISH WILLIAM IV PERIOD FIDDLE PATTERN EGG SPOONS, by W.M Chawner, a set of 5 Victorian English fiddle and thread pattern tea spoons and a Victorian Kings pattern sugar tongs, 273g. (10) €70 - 90 429 A MACHINE TURNED SILVER AND BAKELITE POWDER BOX, Birmingham, 1909; together with a Birmingham machine turned silver photo frame; two 19th century Irish fiddle pattern spoons; another silver spoon and a butter knife; a vesta case; a silver brooch inscribed Lili; and a late 19th century silver Celtic style belt buckle and a silver plated 5 compartment English pre decimal coin holder. (10) €80 - 150

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435 A SET OF 9 FIDDLE PATTERN AND CRESTED IRISH SILVER DESERT SPOONS, Dublin 1844, each with the Malcolmson Family Crest, 464g. (9) €150 - 250 436 A SET OF 6 IRISH VICTORIAN SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN AND CRESTED DINNER FORKS, by J. Smyth Dublin 1846, all with the Malcolmson Family Crest, 494g. (6) €180 - 220

433 433 MALCOLMSON FAMILY CRESTED SILVER, A CANTEEN OF IRISH SILVER FLATWARE, by J. Smith, Dublin 1860, comprising 16 fiddle pattern table spoons; 18 tea spoons; 17 desert spoons; 18 supper forks; 9 dinner forks; 5 egg spoons; 2 fish knives; 2 salt shovels and a sauce ladle, all with the Malcolmson Family crest, total combined weight 4355g. (88) See Illustration €1500 - 2200 434 AN IRISH VICTORIAN CRESTED FIDDLE PATTERN BASTING SPOON, by Josiah Low Dublin 1842 and another similar ditto London 1860, both with Malcolmson Family Crest, 258g. (2) See Illustration €280 - 350 433 Malcolmson Family Crest

437 A SET OF 8 IRISH VICTORIAN SILVER PATTERN RATAIL FIDDLE PATTERN AND CRESTED TEA SPOONS, by James Le Bass Dublin 1844, each with Malcolmson Family Crest, 182g. (8) €100 - 200 438 A SET OF 7 VICTORIAN CRESTED SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN TABLE SPOONS, by George Angell, London 1854, all with the Malcolmson Family crest, 525g. (7) €150 - 220 439 A SET OF 11 IRISH VICTORIAN SILVER CRESTED FIDDLE PATTERN SUPPER FORKS, by J Smith, Dublin 1854. (11) €150 - 250 440 A CASED SET OF 20 VICTORIAN FRUIT KNIVES AND FORKS, each with silver crested handle, and steel blade, in mahogany case; together with a smaller cased set of twelve silver plated ditto, each with olive coloured bone handle, by The Goldsmiths Company, Newcastle. (2) €50 - 70

430 A VICTORIAN BRASS MOUNTED AND CUT GLASS INK STAND, on polished limestone base, 4.5in (11cm), a pair of small silver mounted green glass bud vases, 3 pieces of amber glass, a pair of plated serving spoons, 5 smaller spoons and a pair of butter knives. (a lot) €40 - 60 431 A PAIR OF IRISH VICTORIAN SILVER SALT SHOVELS, 3 Irish Georgian silver bright cut tea spoons, a pair of Irish silver salt spoons, Irish egg spoon and butter knife. (9) €70 - 90 432 A PAIR OF MODERN BIRMINGHAM SILVER SHELL SHAPED SALTS, together with a pair of Irish silver four handled miniature trophy cups for the Irish Kennel Club, 1932, 2.25in (6cm) and a heavy glass and silver mounted ink stand, 4.5in (12cm). (5) €60 - 100 434

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441 A FIVE PIECE MACHINE TURNED SILVER BRUSH AND COMB SET, Birmingham 1921, comprising, three brushes, two mirrors, each with the Robinson Family Monogram. (5) €180 - 250 442 A PAIR OF OLD ENGLISH TAPER PATTERN SILVER PLATED BASTING SPOONS, 12in (31cm). (2) €70 - 100 443 A VICTORIAN SILVER PLATED FISH SERVING FORK, and three silver plated fish serving knives. (4) €50 - 70 444 TWO SIMILAR OLD ENGLISH TAPER PATTERN SILVER PLATED SOUP LADELS, both 19th century. (2) €50 - 70 445 A SET OF TWELVE TAPER PATTERN SILVER PLATED FISH KNIVES, together with another set of six fish knives; a set of six silver plated fish forks and a set of ten silver plated fish forks and two other fish knives. (36) €80 - 100 446 A SET OF TEN SILVER PLATED DINNER FORKS; ten dessert spoons; four table spoons; three fiddle pattern dessert spoons; a plated sauce ladle and two odd forks. (30) €60 - 70 447 A VICTORIAN SILVER PLATED CLAW GRIP SUGAR TONGS, together with four other silver plated sugar tongs; three plated napkin rings; an early silver plated meat skewer; a silver plated grape scissors; a glass and silver plated pocket flask; a silver plated brandy saucepan, lacking handle; a silver salt as is; a cased set of six silver plated miniature brandy balloons. (14) €60 - 90 448 A SMALL OVAL SILVER TEA POT, late Victorian, London 1898, with half reeded body and wooden handle, 362g. (1) €120 - 180 449 A VICTORIAN SILVER WINE GOBLET, inscribed Beamish Pontop & Consett Agricultural Society, presented by Dr. Renton, Shotley Bridge, London hallmarks for 1874, on circular stem base, 194g. (1) €100 - 150

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450 A VICTORIAN ONE PINT PRESENTATION TANKARD, from The Royal Alfred Yacht Club, Corinthian Match, 14th June 1890, Tessa Alfred Spring, the base stamped Waterhouse Dublin, 5in (12.25cm)h; together with an oval two handled silver plated sugar bowl; a silver plated bud vase, 7in (18cm). (3) €40 - 60

458 A PAIR OF ENGLISH VICTORIAN SILVER THREE PENCE COIN CUFFLINKS, 1878; together with two 15k gold shirt studs; three gilt metal shirt studs; together with a cased gold and coral stick or tie pin; together with a pair of paste set gilt metal gents cufflinks with matching tie pin. (4) €80 - 150

451 AN EIGHT DAY CASED KEYLESS WATCH, with enamel dial and Arabic numerals and subsidiary dial for seconds, in a wooden case with machine turned silver front with monogram, 4.5in (11.5cm). (1) €80 - 120

459 A SILVER PLATED WIRE MECHE LADIES PURSE, a marcasite bird brooch as is; together with a marcasite necklace; a marcasite arrow brooch; a nickel plated Gillette blade box; an old silver plated Ronson lighter in original packaging; a eucharistic Dublin Congress badge in gilt metal and enamel; two cased Royal Institute of Architects of Ireland, Centenary Celebrations Badges 1939 in nickel plate and enamel; a small gilt metal and agate box; together with other miscellaneous jewellery, shirt studs, amber pendants, ladies wrist watch, pocket inkwell, in leather bound jewellery case. (box lot) €70 - 120

452 A FOUR PIECE SILVER CONDIMENT SET, comprising two oval salts and a pair of mustards, all without liners, Birmingham 1919; together with a pair of Chester silver pepper castors, Chester c. 1900; a small cut glass jar with silver plated cover and another glass ditto with Birmingham silver cover. (8) €70 - 120 453 A PAIR OF FRENCH BRASS AND IVORY MOUNTED OPERA GLASSES, by Patcheille Optician Paris, in leather case, stamped Austin of Dublin and another pair of Mother O’ Pearl ditto. (2) €50 - 70 454 A BOAT SHAPED BIRMINGHAM SILVER SNUFF BOX, Birmingham, 1804, by Samual Pemberton, 3in (8cm). (1) €80 - 150 455 A VICTORIAN SILVER VESTA CASE, Birmingham 1885, together with an Indian white metal match box or vessel holder, an embossed and silver plated coin purse; a small cut glass cornucopia shaped perfume bottle with a silver plated mount; and a white metal egg shaped pendant with screw off cover and one other white metal compact, cover chased with a thistle. (6) €100 - 150

460 460 A RECTANGULAR MACHINE TURNED 9k GOLD GENTLEMAN’S PRESENTATION CIGARETTE CASE, to Captain Robinson, from his O.N.C.O, December 1917, 3in (7.5cm) 56g. (1) See Illustration €350 - 450

456 A CASED SET OF SIX SILVER COFFEE SPOONS, by James Deakin & Sons, Sheffield 1908. (1) €60 - 80 457 A VICTORIAN SILVER AND ENAMEL VESTA CASE, London 1889; together with a Chester cigarette case, c.1904; together with an oval silver snuff box, Birmingham 1964 and a curved and chased Chester silver card case, 1921, combined weight 249g. (4) €120 - 150

461 461 A VICTORIAN CHASED SILVER CARD CASE, London 1876, 4in (10cm); together with a slightly smaller similar ditto, combined weight 135g. (2) See Illustration €100 - 150

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462 462 A VICTORIAN SILVER CARD CASE, Birmingham 1885, with bright cut border and chased panels, in fitted case with the distributors stamp J. Morton Jeweler Nasa Street Dublin. (1) See Illustration €70 - 90 463 A SET OF FIVE CORAL SHIRT STUDS, each with a gilt metal serpent mount, cased; together with a gold tie or stick pin with an oval memorial miniature portrait and another gilt metal stick pin, with oval miniature portrait on enamel; seven assorted coins and a set of four silver salt and mustard spoons and a larger Victorian crested silver salt spoon. (19) €80 - 150 464 A SILVER AND TORTOISE SHELL MOUNTED CIGARETTE BOX, Birmingham 1922, 4in (10cm); together with a silver mounted photo frame, Birmingham 1912, 7in (18cm)h x 6in (15cm); together with a small silver mounted and glass vesta stand and an oval silver plated photo frame. (4) €80 - 150

466 A SET OF SIX GEORGE IV SILVER FIDDLE AND THREAD PATTERN EGG SPOONS, each with a silver gilt bowl and with the Robinson Family Crest, 119g combined weight. (6) See Illustration €100 - 150

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465 465 A SET OF EIGHT VICTORIAN SILVER PLATED TEA SPOONS, London c.1880, by Francis Higgins London, each with the Robinson Family Crest, 205g; together with another similar tea spoon, London 1881, 230g combined weight. (9) See Illustration €100 - 200

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467 THE DEFENCE OF TRINITY COLLEGE 1916 SILVER PRESENTATION CUP, awarded to LIEUT & ADJt. C.L Robinson, Sinn Fein Rebellion Easter 1916, this very rare cup by West & Son, Dublin, the hallmark date also 1916, inscribed front and verso, the baluster shaped cup with two double scroll handles and shaped bead rim, raised on a circular domed stem foot, the base stamped Reed and no. 507559 6in (15cm), 237g. (1) Note: These cups were issued to the people who defended Trinity College at the locked gates from the roof, shortly after the firing began on Monday 24th April 1916, armed members of its Office Training Corps watched from the roof with orders to shoot at any armed men not wearing uniforms, so presumed to be rebels, they defended the college through the week without any indication that the rebels had any plans to invade it. After the Rising the board decided to thank those who assisted in its defence and each member was presented with souvenir silver cup. See Illustration on page 37 €2000 - 3000

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475 A PAIR OF VERY ATTRACTIVE STERLING SILVER TABLE ORNAMENTS, probably continental, one modelled as a hen pheasant and cock pheasant, both with heads at ground level, 14in (36cm), 1069g. (2) €650 - 750

469 468 A VICTORIAN SHIELD BACK GOLD HALF SOVEREIGN, 1892, 4g. of pure gold. (1) €100 - 150 469 A PAIR OF SILVER TWO HANDLED CUPS, by Matthew West, Dublin, 1787 & 1788, one slightly smaller than the other, both with identical crests and monograms, within bright cut ovals, each baluster shaped body with two leaf scroll handles, on a stemmed foot, one 6.75in (17cm), the other 6.25in (16cm), 858g combined weight. (2) See Illustration €3000 - 4000 470 A PAIR OF FIDDLE PATTERN DESSERT SPOONS, each with The Marquess of Ripon Crest; together with three crested forks and a large quantity of miscellaneous cutlery, the majority as is. (a lot) €70 - 90 471 A CONTINENTAL SILVER TROPHY OR COMPORT, with bead edge, on tri-dolphin support, 8in (20cm), on square limestone base. (1) €180 - 220

473 473 AN OVAL PIERCED SILVER BOAT SHAPED BREAD DISH, by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1894, 12.5in (32cm), 481g. (1) See Illustration €180 - 250

474 474 A HEAVY SILVER CAKE OR FRUIT STAND, Birmingham 1940, with heavy vine cast edge and pierced scrolling vine panels, around a star shaped centre, on a stemmed foot 11.5in (29cm); together with another smaller similar matching ditto, 9.75in (24cm), combined weight 1214g. (2) See Illustration €450 - 550

476 476 AN IRISH GEORGE III SILVER BRIGHT CUT AND CRESTED SUGAR AND CREAM, by W. M Doyle, Dublin 1808, the bowl of rectangular ogee shape and applied with two handles on four ball feet; together with a matching helmet shaped cream jug, 443g. (2) See Illustration €400 - 600

477 477 AN IRISH GEORGE III SILVER ROSE BOWL, by John Lloyd, Dublin 1778, chased with flowers and sea scrolls in relief, against a trellis pattern, under a bead edge, on a circular stem foot, 7.25in (18.5cm), 481g. (1) See Illustration €500 - 600

472 472 AN OVAL PIERCED AND EMBOSSED SILVER BREAD DISH, Birmingham 1902, with pierced cartouche panels, chased with flowers, 12.5in (31.5cm), 352g. (1) See Illustration €100 - 150

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484 A CELTIC STYLE TWO HANDLE MODERN SILVER TROPHY CUP, Dublin, 1951; together with a large silver plated jumping tankard, 8in (20cm), 153g and a pierced and plated sugar basket with blue glass liner and swing handle, 3.75in (9cm). (3) €100 - 200

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478 A FINE FOUR PIECE HEAVY IRISH SILVER TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE, by T. W, Dublin 1969, comprising a double gourd type chased tea pot, the double cartouche chased with flowers, under a hinged cover with a bird finial, the shaped spout modelled with birds head and Bacchus mark and leaf scroll handle, on five pierced rustic type legs, together with matching coffee pot, sugar and cream, combined weight 3260g. (4) See Illustration €800 - 1200

481 A HEAVY SILVER GILT BALUSTER SHAPED TANKARD, Edinburgh 1964, with scroll ivory handle, on stem base, 5.5in (14cm), 442g including handle. (1) €100 - 200

479 A CELTIC STYLE TWO HANDLED SILVER BOWL, Birmingham, 1918, chased with a Celtic style band on a stem foot, 186g. (1) €70 - 90

483 A VERY LARGE IRISH SILVER MONTEITH BOWL, in the 18th century style, the body chased with scrolling foliage, stylized dolphins, birds, dog and deer, a single cartouche uninscribed, under a shaped rim on three heavy cast lion mask and paw feet, 8in (20cm)h x 14in (36cm)w, 1763g.(1) See Illustration €800 - 1500

480 A SMALL SHEFFIELD SILVER PRESENTATION ROSE BOWL, by Atkin Brothers 1901, with lobed and embossed decoration, on a circular stemmed foot, 185g. (1) €80 - 120

482 A GEORGE III SILVER HELMET SHAPED CREAM JUG, by Peter, Ann and William Bateman, London 1800, with reeded handle and edge 4.5in (11.5cm), 116g. (1) €100 - 150

485 A SEVEN PIECE HEAVY SILVER PLATED CONDIMENT SET, comprising three lidded mustard pots, with liners, raised on lion mask paw feet; a pair of matching salt tubs with liners and a pair of matching pepper castors; together with another four piece set comprising a pair of vase shaped pepper castors on lion paw feet and a pair of boat shaped salts with liners. (11) €150 - 250 486 A PAIR OF SILVER PLATED CANDLE STICKS, each with a tapering fluted stem and conforming urn shaped socket with drip trays, 11.5in (29cm)h. (1) €80 - 100 487 A SMALL CONTINENTAL PIERCED SILVER BON BON DISH, an Irish silver whiskey label, chased with vines and its companion brandy label; a Victorian silver christening fork and spoon; a sterling silver and enamel tea strainer; another similar by Cartier; and four plated pheasant form carver rests. (11) €70 - 120 488 A MATCHED EIGHT PIECE SILVER MOUNTED VANITY SET, comprising: a pair of brushes and a hand mirror; a clothes brush by William Comyns & Sons, London 1893-94; a matched comb, a powder brush; and a pair of cut glass and silver mounted jars, all in a fitted case with the trade label of West & Sons, Dublin. (8) €140 - 160 489 A SET OF FOUR SMALL SILVER TUB SALTS, Birmingham 1894, each with embossed decoration; together with a pair of silver vase shaped pepper casters, by James Deakin & Sons, Sheffield 1895; together with a miniature silver dish ring, Birmingham 1910, 4in (10cm), 178g. (7) €120 - 150 490 AN IRISH SILVER PRESENTATION SALVER, The Gladness Stakes, The Curragh 1969, in the George II style, Dublin 1969, 10in (25.5cm), 513g, cased. (1) €150 - 250

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491 A VINE ENGRAVED SILVER PLATED GLASS CLARET JUG, with silver mounted top and handle, crested with a lion rampant, holding a shield, the spout with the mask of Bacchus and a plated handle, 11in (28cm)h. (1) €150 - 200 39


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A Selection of Glass 492 A FROSTED GLASS BEEHIVE SHAPED HONEY POT, with silver plated cover, on a rustic silver plated stand, 7in (18cm). (1) €30 - 50

501 AN ATTRACTIVE MILLEFIORI DOME SHAPED CIRCULAR GLASS PAPER WEIGHT, probably Stourbridge, with six rows of colourful cut canes, forming a domed shape, with a centre red and white cruciform cane, 3.5in (9cm). (1) €200 - 300

493 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS SILVER PLATEWARE, comprising a jardiniere or wine bucket, a 2 branch 3 light candelabrum or small coaster, 5 napkin rings, some condiments, a wine bottle frame etc. (a lot) €60 - 90 494 A QUANTITY OF MISCELLANEOUS PLATEWARE. Some as is. (8) €50 - 80

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503 A SQUARE GLASS INKWELL, with silver plated mounts, 4in (10cm). (1) €30 - 50

495 A QUANTITY OF MISCELLANEOUS SILVER PLATEWARE, comprising tea pots, condiments, plated tray, candelabrum, cutlery, etc. (a lot) €30 - 40 496 A SET OF SIX VICTORIAN SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN DINNER FORKS, London 1883; together with a set of five matching supper forks, 714g. (11) €140 - 160 497 A TWO HANDLED IRISH SILVER TROPHY CUP, Willwood Challenge Cup, 1940, to The Rathdown Ploughing Society, by Waterhouse Dublin 1919, 9.5in (24cm), 625g. (1) See Illustration €200 - 300 498 A VICTORIAN CHASED SILVER COFFEE POT, by Martin Hall & Co. Sheffield 1861, of octagonal lobed form, 8.5in (22cm), 806g. (1) See Illustration €300 - 500 40

502 A STOURBRIDGE MILLEFIORI INKWELL PAPERWEIGHT AND STOPPER C1850-60, decorated with radiating rows of blue pink green and white cut canes, the stopper with conforming cut cane, 5.5in (14cm)h. (1) €300 - 400

504 A VERY LARGE BALUSTER SHAPED CUT GLASS VASE, signed Guen. with flared serrated neck, above spiral fluted and strawberry cut panels on a stem base, 16in (42cm). (1) €450 - 500 498 499 A THREE PIECE SILVER PLATED TEA SERVICE, comprising tea pot, sugar bowl and jug. (3) €60 - 100 500 A CASED IRISH SILVER SUGAR AND CREAM, by West & Sons Dublin 1971, each with a celtic rim band, 293g. (2) €150 - 250

505 A VERY GOOD WATERFORD CRYSTAL MUSHROOM SHAPED GLASS LAMP, with flared finial, the flute and strawberry cut shade, on a baluster stem and domed foot, 22in (56cm). (1) €300 - 500 506 A WATERFORD CRYSTAL TABLE LAMP, the bulbous shade with a flared neck and a double gourd type vase, on a domed foot, 18.5in (47cm). (1) €70 - 120

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507 A WATERFORD CRYSTAL SHIPS DECANTER, with stopper, 10.5in (27cm). (1) €70 - 90 508 A TALL WATERFORD CUTGLASS VASE, of tapering cylindrical form, 12in (30cm); and another Waterford cone shaped vase, 10in (26cm). (2) €150 - 200 509 A PAIR OF CUTGLASS STEMMED VASES, each with circular foot and flared neck, 10in (26cm); together with another very unusual star cut tall vase, of upward tapering form, 17in (43cm). (3) €100 - 150 510 A CIRCULAR CUT GLASS BOWL, probably Waterford, 10in (26cm); together with another cut glass bowl with fold over rim, 10in (26cm) and one other cut glass bowl. (3) €100 - 200 511 A SMALL CUTGLASS BOWL, probably Waterford, 6in (15cm); and a Waterford crystal water jug, 5in (15cm); and another small cream jug, 4in (10cm). (3) €70 - 90

512 512 A PAIR OF TWO BRANCH CRYSTEL CANDLEABRUM, probably Waterford, each with obelisk centre and lustre drops, on domed stand, 19.5in (49cm). (2) See Illustration €100 - 200 513 A PAIR OF WATERFORD CRYSTAL SALTS, each in the early 19th century style, of urn form, with square foot, 2.5in (7cm); together with a pair of cut glass candle sticks, 5in (13cm); a pair of Waterford cut glass condiments with silver plated mounts; a cut glass wall pouch in the form of a slipper; a pair of cut glass dishes, each formed as the map of Ireland; another dish in the form of a tear drop and a boat shaped cut glass bowl, 9.5in (24cm). (11) €80 - 150 514 A PAIR OF CUTGLASS TWO HANDLED WATERFORD PIGGIN, each with two handles, 5in (10cm); a cut glass tazza, on stem foot, 5in (10cm); a Waterford crystal bud vase, 9.5in (24cm); a Waterford cut glass honey jar and cover; a cut glass beer mug; and a heavy octagonal cut glass ashtray. (6) €80 - 120

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515 A TALL CUT GLASS VASE, of tapering cylindrical form, probably Waterford, 10in (26cm); together with a cut crystal urn and cover of baluster form, 9in (23cm). (2) €80 - 150 516 A SET OF 6 WATERFORD CRYSTAL WINES, each with an octagonal knop stem, and circular foot, 6.5in (16cm)h; together with a set of 6 slightly smaller similar ditto; together with 9 Waterford cut glass ports. (21) €150 - 200 517 A SET OF 17 WATERFORD, CUTGLASS WINES, each on a single knop stem, with circular foot; together with 5 matching larger cut glass stemmed tumblers. (22) €120 - 150 518 A GOOD SET OF EIGHT CUTGLASS CHAMPAGNE FLUTES, each on hexagonal baluster stem, 8in (20cm); together with 8 cut glass obelisks, each on tapering hexagonal stem, 7.5in (19cm). (16) €150 - 200 519 A SET OF SEVEN CUT GLASS COCKTAIL GLASSES, each on hexagonal tapering stem, 6.5in (16cm); together with 5 matching cut glass tumblers; one larger tumbler; 5 small champagnes and a pair of port glasses. (20) €70 - 80 520 A CUT RUBY GLASS VASE, of onion form; a baluster shaped cut glass vase; 5 Italian ruby glass and enamel decorated brandy balloons; a Bohemian blue and enamel decorated glass bell shaped vase with 6 liquor glasses and another larger similar vase. (15) €60 - 90 521 A SET OF 10 WATERFORD CRYSTAL WINES, each on hexagonal tapering stem; together with a set of 12 matching larger ditto. (22) €150 - 220 522 A SUITE OF WATERFORD CRYSTAL GLASS, comprising 12 4.25in (11cm) tumblers; 11 3.5in (9cm) tumblers; 4 large 8in (20cm) hock glasses; and 8 small tumblers and 1 other. (36) €180 - 250 523 A SET OF 8 CUT GLASS TUMBLERS, probably Waterford, each 3.5in (9cm) and a set of 6 smaller similar ditto, of baluster form. (14) €80 - 120 524 A MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTION OF WATERFORD AND OTHER DRINKING GLASSES, comprising, a set of 5 liqueurs; 5 ports; a set of 4 small liqueurs; 2 cut glass brandy balloons; 4 Waterford crystal tumblers; 12 other glass tumblers, some in pairs; 2 pairs of wine glasses and two others. (37) €80 - 120

525 A WATERFORD CRYSTAL DECANTER AND STOPPER, of bottle form, 13in (33cm); together with Waterford crystal water jug, 6in (16cm); a circular cut glass bowl 7in (17cm); another Waterford crystal sugar bowl, 4in (10cm); and 4 cut glass plates. (8) €120 - 150 526 TWO SIMILAR HEAVY WATERFORD CRYSTAL STEMMED BOWLS, each with serrated edge and fluted panels, strawberry cut bands, on single knop stem, with circular foot, the largest 10in (26cm) and the other 9in (23cm). (2) €150 - 250 527 A SET OF 12 WATERFORD CRYSTAL BRANDY BALLOONS, 5in (13cm). (12) €120 - 160 528 A GREEN AND PLAIN GLASS NACHTMANN BLEIKRISTALL DECANTER AND STOPPER, with label, 12in (30cm); a heavy cut glass ashtray; a collection of miscellaneous coloured glass; and a box lot of miscellaneous domestic drinking glasses. (a lot) €60 - 90 529 A LARGE RUBY AND GILT GLASS FLOWER VASE, probably Bohemian, 20th / 21st century, of baluster form, with flared base and neck, encrusted with porcelain flowers, 36in (92cm). €150 - 220 530 A PAIR OF CUTGLASS CASTOR SUGAR SHAKERS, each with silver plated mounts; and silver plated stand, probably associated; together with a collection of silver and silver plated spoons and other cutlery etc. (a lot) €80 - 100 531 A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY FRENCH BRASS FIGURED CANDLESTICKS, with glass lustre drops hanging from vines, 9in (23cm). (2) €100 - 150 532 A MOULDED BLUE GLASS BISCUIT JAR, in the form of a cat, 8in (20cm); 2 blue glass bottles with stoppers, 2 blue perfume bottles; together with a miscellaneous collection of blue and white Chinese porcelain and a black and white photographic print on porcelain. (12) €70 - 120 533 A SET OF THREE WATERFORD CRYSTAL CUT GLASS LIGHTS, each of circular ogee form, on chained suspenders, 18in (46cm). (3) €800 - 1500

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539 534 A WATERFORD CRYSTAL DOUBLE GOURD TYPE TABLE LAMP, with bulbous shade, 19in (48cm). (1) €180 - 250

539 A VERY RARE PAIR OF ACID ENGRAVED GLASS CLARET JUGS, 19th century, probably by the Pugh Family of Glassmakers, Dublin c. 1863-1890, commemorating Master McGrath’s record three victories in the Waterloo Cup, 1868, 1869, and 1871, each with a portrait of the greyhound within an oval and two stags verso, 10.25in (26cm). (2) See Illustration €750 - 1250

535 A WATERFORD CRYSTAL CLARET JUG AND STOPPER, 12in (32cm); together with a Waterford Crystal mallet shaped decanter and stopper, 13in (33cm) and another Waterford Crystal wine decanter with bulbous stopper, 13in (33cm). (3) €100 - 200 536 AN ENGRAVED GLASS BOTTLE SHAPED CLARET JUG, with silver mounted cork stopper and plated neck mount and handle, 12.5in (32cm). (1) €280 - 350 537 A VERY HEAVY CLEAR AND BLACK GLASS ART DECO STYLE PERFUME BOTTLE, with screw-off cover, 9in (23cm)h x 10in (25cm)w. (1) €30 - 50

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538 538 A FINE CUTGLASS WATERFORD CRYSTAL TROPHY URN AND COVER, inscribed S.J.A.L. 1967 Waterford Glass Open Championship, engraved with a horses head, within a plain panel, within cutglass flutes and hob nail panels, 19in (48cm). (1) See Illustration €150 - 250

540 A COLLECTION OF GLASS TABLE ORNAMENTS, each modelled in the form of a swan, various sizes, the largest 6in (15cm). (11) €80 - 120 541 TWO CRYSTAL BEER MUGS, probably Waterford; 6 similar crystal champagne’s; a late 19th century decanter and stopper; 50 small glass liqueurs; a cut glass sugar and cream and other miscellaneous glass. (70) €70 - 90

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542 A PAIR OF BOHEMIAN RUBY AND ENGRAVED GLASS LUSTRE VASES, with plain glass drops, 8in (20cm), as is. (2) €150 - 250 543 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS COLOURED GLASS, comprising an Art Nouveau iridescent green glass vase with ornate gilt metal neck, 6in (15cm); another silver mounted green glass vase, 7in (18cm); a pair of double twist red art glass vases; a green double gourd vase; a pink and gilt glass dolphin ewer; and three small coloured glass dolphin menu on name stands. (9) €100 - 200

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549 A SILVER PLATED BOWL STAND, in the form of a fan with glass bowl, 8in (20cm); together with a Japanese porcelain dish in the form of a fan, 11in (28cm); a pair of Cara glass candlesticks, 10in (26cm); a pair of moulded milk glass pepper casters; a Wedgewood leaf moulded dish and rectangular Masons dish. (8) €70 - 80

554 A FINE PRECIOSA GLASS MODEL, The Majestic Eagle, designed 2006, in original fitted case, as new, 7in (18cm); together with a similar The Hermit Crab, in coloured, frosted and plain glass; another entitled Large Owl, another The Snail; and one other The Woodpecker; each in original fitted protective cases, some with certificate. (5). €150 - 250

550 A FRENCH GLASS VASE, by Vannes, with flared neck and reeded body, 11.5in (29cm). (1) €60 - 80

555 A COLLECTION OF EIGHT ASSORTED PRECIOSA COLOURED AND PLAIN GLASS ORNAMENTS, one modelled as a group of tortoises; another of a diving dolphin; another modelled as a kitten (as is); a pair of crystal trees; another entitled Three Lucky Nuts, modelled as three nuts on a leaf; another entitled Dancing Baby Elephants; a rabbit; and a kitten - each in protective cylindrical presentation case. (8). €100 - 200

544 THREE 19TH CENTURY MAISLEY GLASS FLASKS, three glass finger bowls; a Waterford Crystal mug; a circular cut glass dish; a glass bowl; and a cutglass sugar caster. (10) €90 - 120

556 A COLLECTION OF PRECIOSA CRYSTAL ORNAMENTS, including a crystal parrot on a tree covered in frosted glass; another entitled A Skiing Moose; another entitled Curious Chick; another Lucky Mouse, Kitten on a pillow; and A Lucky Dice; various sizes, all presented in protective presentation case. (7). €100 - 150

545 AN ENGRAVED GLASS CARAFE, 9in (23cm); an engraved glass water jug 8in (20cm); a heavy modern square glass decanter; a 19th century toddy lifter; glass tea pot; finger bowl; a cruet set on plated stand; and other miscellaneous glass. (a lot) €80 - 150 546 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS ART NOUVEAU AND OTHER COLOURED GLASS, comprising: a lilac landscape vase in the Daum style, 6.5in (17cm); a frosted and opaline vase 5.25in (13cm); a rustic log shaped green vase; a tall glass vase decorated with wild ducks over a lake, 10in (26cm); and one other light blue two handled vase. (5) €90 - 120 547 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS COLOURED GLASS, comprising: a pair of opaline and gilt decorated plates; a pair of similar liqueur glasses; a pair of blue miniature baskets; a small ruby glass decanter; and six attractive vases. (13) €70 - 90 548 A PAIR OF RUBY AND GREEN GLASS TAZZI, probably Murano, each with baluster stem and circular foot 7in (18cm)d; together with a Royal Tara bowl commemorating 500 years of civil independence for the city of Galway, limited edition of 500 in presentation case with certificate. (3) €80 - 90

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551 551 A GOOD CUTGLASS AND MOULDED BLOWN IRISH DECANTER, c. 1800, by the Cork Glass company, with triple neck rings and cut with star and strawberry panels and with a reeded mushroom stopper, 10in (25cm). (1) See Illustration €350 - 550 552 TWO SIMILAR GLASS DECANTERS, probably Irish, each with triple neck rings and mushroom stopper and a flute cut band to base, 10in (26cm); and another small mould blown decanter with triple neck rings, 8in (20cm). (3) €140 - 220 553 A WATERFORD CUTGLASS DECANTER AND STOPPER, of baluster form, 12.5in (32cm); together with another cutglass decanter and stopper. (2). €40 - 60

557 A WATERFORD CRYSTAL AND SILVER MOUNTED SHIPS DECANTER AND STOPPER, 9.5in (24cm); together with a Waterford Crystal water jug, 6.5in (17cm). (2) €80 - 120 558 AN OVAL BOAT SHAPED WATERFORD CRYSTAL BOWL, with fan cut shaped rim, 11in (28cm); together with a square cutglass cased decanter with prism stopper, and Waterford crystal salad bowl. (3) €80 - 100 559 A WATERFORD CUTGLASS TROPHY BOWL, inscribed Curragh Grange Trophy Replica 1980, 9.5in (24cm); a Waterford crystal plate; a cutglass salad bowl; a smaller similar ditto and a pair of glass salad bowls, each with silver plated rim. (6) €100 - 150 560 AN OVAL WATERFORD CRYSTAL BOAT SHAPED BOWL, with fan edge and strawberry cut panels, 14in (35cm). (1) €80 - 120

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561 A LARGE COLLECTION OF MUSIC HALL SHEETS, approx 120, contained in 3 albums, early 20th century, song and dance some with lyrics, the majority with colour illustrated poster type covers, some with souvenire post cards. 14.75in (37cm) x 10.5in (27cm), together with a copy of They were Singing, and what the Song About, by Christopher pulling. (a lot) €200 - 300 562 POPE, Alexander, The Works of Alexander Pope Esq. with his last corrections, additions and improvements ( as they were delivered to the Editor a little before his Death. Together with the commentary of Mr. Warburton), 8 vols ex 9, 1753, London, full mottled calf with tooled gilt panel spine with raised bands, Morocco labels, with engraved plates, w.a.f. €400 - 600 563 CERVANTES, Miguel de, The History of the Ingenious Man Don Quixote of LaMancha, Printed for Hurst, Robinson, and Co., Edinburgh, 1822. Hardcover. Translated from the Spanish, by [Peter] Motteaux. A New Edition, with Copious Notes; and an Essay on the Life and Writings of Cervantes [by J.G. Lockhart]. In Five Volumes. Edinburgh: Printed for Hurst, Robinson, and Co., 1822, 8vo, a.e.g. gilt, quarter red Morocca and boards, gilt decorated boards with figures, gilt tool spine, . (5) €350 - 500 565 LELAND, Thomas, The History of Ireland, Vols 1, 2, & 3, 1814, Dublin: Printed by Brett Smith, 46, Mary-Street, 8vo, full panelled calf with tooled gilt panel spine and gilt Morocco labels, bears book plate of Abraham Whyte Barker, worming to vol 3, attractive copy. (3) €250 - 350 567 MITFORD, William, The History of Greece, London 1838, in 8 volumes, full speckled calf, tooled gilt spine, Morocco labels, w.a.f. (8) €200 - 300 568 FOLIO SOCIETY, a box lot of assorted modern bindings, mostly in attractive bindings and slip cases; together with two volumes of Punch Magazine 1914, clean; and Maugham’s The Complete Works, and Maccauley’s History of England. (a lot) €40 - 80

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569 LEVER, Charles, [Charles O’Malley] The Irish Dragoon, Dublin 1841, with plates, 8vo, quarter Morocco with tooled gilt spine and Morocco labels, two volumes; together with assorted bindings by various authors, incomplete sets, etc, some reasonably good bindings. (18) €150 - 200 570 SLEATER, Rev. Mathew, Introductory Essay to a New System of Civil and Ecclesiastical Topography and Itinerary of Counties of Ireland with Remembrances of Memorable Events Recorded at the Places where they occurred. Also, Tables of Direct and Cross Roads ? Table of 2436 Parishes, under the respective, Barony and Diocess ? An Alphabetical Table ? Judges Circuits Post Towns, 1806, quarter calf, marbled boards, spine with Morocco label, w.a.f, scarce. (1) €300 - 400 571 STEELES, Sir Richard, Joseph Addison, et al. The Spectator, With Sketches of the Lives of the Authors, and Explanatory Notes. In Eight Volumes., Edinburgh, 1802, in eight volumes, 8vo, full marbled calf, with tooled gilt decorated spine and marbled gilt labels, one as is. (8) €150 - 200 572 HUME ESQ., David, The History of England, from the Invasion of Julius Caesar to the Revolution in 1688, complete in 10 volumes, in ten volumes 1808-1810 (varied) London, full diced calf binding, with tooled and gilt decorated spine with raised tooled gilt bands, some spines loose or missing; together with MOORE, Thomas, The Poetical Works of Thomas Moore, 1860 London, quarter calf with panelled tooled gilt spine with raised bands and Morocco label, w.a.f. (11) €300 - 500 573 A LARGE QUANTITY OF ASSORTED MODERN FOLIO SOCIETY, COFFEE TABLE AND OTHER 20TH CENTURY BOOKS, including: Flavio Conti’s The Grand Tour, a set of five illustrated coffee table books, with attractive dust jackets; Proust’s Remembrance of Things Past, and others. (20) €100 - 150

574 YEATS, Jack B. Jack B. Yeats, an Appreciation and an Interpretation, Dublin, 1945, special limited edition (250 copies). (1) €150 - 200 575 ORMY, Edward, Historic, Military and Naval Anecdotes, London 1819, with 37 aquatint plates inc. frontis, ex. 40, small folio, some soiling, quarter leather with marblised boards, €400 - 600 576 THE EDINBURGH REVIEW, 160 vol complete run ranging from vol 1 to vol 160, first editions with the exception of vol 1 (4th ed.) and vol 2 (2nd ed.), good condition throughout, 140-143 (inclusive) with damage; together with eight indices, 1802-12, 183044, 1845-59, 1860-74, quarter leather and marblised boards, profusely decorated tooled floral gilt panelled spines with raised bands and Morocco labels, bears stamp of Gahan College throughout. (a lot) €1500 - 2500 577 VERNET, Raffet & Horace, The History of Napoleon: edited by R.H. Horne, in two volumes, 8vo, quarter calf, marbled boards, ex libris Thomas Hone, (1814-1815) €60 - 100 578 ANTOMMARCHI, Dr. F, The Last Days of Emperor Napoleon, 1825, in two volumes, last days, 8vo in modern quarter calf with marble boards and end papers, tooled gilt panelled spines with raised bands; together with FORSYTHE, William, History of the Captivit of Napoleon at St. Helena, vols I & III, 1853 London in similar modern binding. (4) €150 - 200 579 NAPIER, WFP, History of the War in the Peninsula and in the South of France from 1807-1814, in six volumes, London 1835, 1832, 1831, 1834, 1836, 1840, contemporary full Moroccan, tooled and gilt boards, with panelled spine with modern labels, with book plate, a matched set with varied editions. (6) €200 - 250

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581 COTTIN, Paul (ed.), Memoirs of Sergeant Bourgogne (1812-1813), London 1899; together with ROSE, John H., The Life of Napoleon I: Including New Materials from the British Official Records, London 1916, 6th edition, 8vo uniformly bound each in quarter green morocco, with tooled panelled spine, raised bands with gilt and Morocco label. (2) €80 - 150 582 ROSEBERY, Lord, Napoleon, The Last Phase, London, 1900; DUNN-PATTISON, R.P., Napoleon’s Marshalls, London 1909; FOORD, Edward, Napoleon’s Russian Campaign of 1812, London 1914; ROSE, J Holland, Dumouriez and the Defense of England against Napoleon, London, 1908; in uniform quarter calf, with tooled gilt panelled spines, raised bands and Morocco labels. (4) €150 - 250 583 CASES, Emmanuel-Augustin-DieudonnéJoseph, [Count de], Journal of the Private Life and Conversations of the Emperor Napoleon at St. Helena, in four volumes, 1824 London, in attractive full leather, with tooled gilt spines, and Morocco labels, four aquatint views, two engraved portraits and a further engraved plate, three folding maps and plans, ex librio some foxing and browning throughout, otherwise very good in full contemporary calf, w.a.f. €150 - 250 584 MEMES, John S., Memoirs of Napoleon (from the French of M. Fauvelet de Bourrienne, 1831 London, in four volumes, quarter calf, marble boards, with tooled gilt leather spines, and Morocco labels; together with SEGUR, General Count Philip de, History of the Expedition to Russia undertaken by Emperor Napoleon in the year 1812, London 1825, in attractive quarter calf with marble board, with tooled gilt spines and Morocco labels. (6) €100 - 150 585 DE BOURRIENNE, M, Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte, London 1836, in four volumes, some foxing, plates throughout, in later plain cloth binding. (4) €100 - 150

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586 CASES, Emmanuel, Comte de la, Memoirs of Emanuel Augustus Dieudonne Count de la Casas comprising A letter from Count de las Casas to Lucien Bonaparte also a letter addressed by Count de las Casas to Lord Bathurst, London 1818, quarter Morocco with tooled gilt spine, w.a.f.; MAITLAND, Captain FL, Narrative of the surrender of Buonaparte and his residence on board H.M.S. Bellerophon with a detail of the principle events that occurred in that ship between the 24th May and the 8th August, 1815, 1826 London, in matching quarter Morocco with tooled gilt spine; together with DEFAUCONPRET, Auguste-Jean-Baptiste, Anecdotes Of The Court And Family Of Napoleon Bonaparte, London 1818, full leather, tooled gilt spine, Moroccan label, w.a.f.. (3) €180 - 250

593 A QUANTITY OF ASSORTED FRENCH BINDINGS, including: Dumas, A La Collier de la Reine; Gautier, Romans et Contes; and Flaubert’s Bouvard et Pecuchet; uniformly bound, quarter Spanish leather with marbled boards and tooled gilt spines, Morocco labels; together with Voyage Autour du Monde in two bound volumes, 1859; and six others, each in attractive binding, w.a.f. (11) €150 - 250

587 NAPOLEON INTEREST: a box lot of assorted well-known 20th century books relating to Napoleon, the majority early to mid 20th century, by Lord Rosebery, Gosse, Turquan, Watson, Chaplain, Kimber, Delderfield, Sergeant, and others. (14) €80 - 150 588 NAPOLEON INTEREST: a box lot of miscellaneous assorted bindings relating to the life of Napoleon, including: The Life of Napoleon Bonaparte, London 1815; Unwin’s Napoleon’s Last Voyages London 1895; O’Connor Morris’ Napoleon: Heroes of the Nations, 1904 London; Carlyle’s French Revolution, London 1871; The Court and Camp of Bonaparte; Napoleon Bonaparte in Exile; and Napoleon Banished: The Journeys to Elba and St. Helena, w.a.f. (7) €50 - 100 589 NAPOLEON INTEREST: a large box lot of assorted modern books relating to Napoleon. (54) €150 - 200 590 BEUCHOT, Par M., Oeuvres de Voltaire avec Prefaces, Avertissements, Notes, Etc., in 70 volumes, Paris, 1829-1834, with John Ennis ex libris plate, each in quarter leather red Morocco, marblised boards, tooled panels and raised bands with gilt dividers. (70) €1000 - 1500 591 MONTAIGNE, Michel Eyquem de, Essais de Michel de Montaigne, avec les notes de tous les commentateurs, et précédés de l’éloge de Montaigne, par M. Villemain (suivis de lettres., in four volumes, 1865 Paris, half specled leather with marbled boards, tolled gilt spines with Morocco labels, a very attractive set. (4) €400 - 600

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592 SEVIGNE, Madame de (Grouvelle, A. ed.), Lettres de Madame de Sévigné à sa Fille et à ses Amis, 1818, in thirteen volumes, an attractive set, quarter leather with marble boards, tooled gilt spines, 32vo, an attractive set, ex librio John Ennis. (13) €300 - 400

594 594 SIMMONDS, (Peter Lund), ed., and Parkinson, Henry, comp. and ed., The Illustrated Record and Descriptive Catalogue of the Dublin International Exhibition, London 1866, bound in red morocco with tooled gilt decoration and inscription to spine, as is, w.a.f. very scarce. (1) See Illustration €500 - 700 595 MCCARTHY-FILGATE, (W.T.M), Irish Rural Life and Industry with Suggestions for the Future, Dublin 1907, with foreword by the Countess of Aberdeen; includes a postcard of the Irish International Exhibition 1907. (2) €50 - 100

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598 AN OLD IRISH PAMPHLET entitled An Irish Village Industry, from “The World’s Work, 1907; another by O’Sherrard entitled How to Work a Labourers Cottage Garden, from the Office of the Irish Messenger, Dublin 1923; three old postcards promoting M’Clinton’s Irish Soap; and an early 20th century “Handy Soap” by M’Clintons. (6) €30 - 50 599 IRELAND. DEPT. OF AGRICULTURE AND TECHNICAL INSTRUCTION, Ireland Industrial and Agricultural, Brown and Nolan 1902, in blue cloth, w.a.f. (1) €30 - 50

596 596 FALCONER (John), Record of the Irish Exhibition of Arts and Manufacturers, Dublin 1882, published by Order of the Directors, full Morocco, profusely decorated with celtic symbolism and inscribed in gilt, very scarce. (1) See Illustration €150 - 250

603 DUBLIN INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION, Buyers’ Guide To Irish Industries, Dublin, 1908, 84pp illustrated 165x105mm original printed wrappers, a rare ephemeral item, used to ‘promote the sale of Irish manufactured goods to the Irish home market and to raise national awareness of the recently created “Déanta i nÉirinn” trade mark with its Celtic design logo. All firms who were licensed to use this trade mark are marked out by an asterisk in this guide’. (1) €30 - 60 604 RDS INTEREST, pamphlet from The Royal Dublin Society Bi-Centenary Celebrations Period Ball 1700-1900, held at the society’s headquarters in Ballsbridge in 1931, scarce. (1) €30 - 60 605 IRISH FREEMASONRY INTEREST, a pamphlet from the Bicentenary Festival Installation Banquet, issued by the Temple Masonic Lodge VI, Dublin in 1930; together with a letter from the Grand Registrar relating to the Royal Arch Degree, dated 1950. (2) €40 - 60 606 THREE ISSUES OF “IRISH LIFE: THE ILLUSTRATED SOCIAL AND SPORTING JOURNAL OF IRELAND”, each from 1912. (3) €20 - 30

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597 597 JOHNSON FRSA (Edmund), Description and History of Irish Antique Art Metalwork, Facsimile Reproductions of which have been Specially Manufactured for Exhibition at The World’s Fair, Chicago 1893, Dublin printed by Sealy, Bryers and Walker 1893, a good copy, very scarce, alternate Title on cover: “Description of the reproductions of Antique Irish art metal work specially manufactured by Edmond Johnson for exhibition at The World’s Fair, Chicago 1893”, small 12mo D, sole edition, 108 pages unopened, original ptd wrappers, decorated with tara brooch. (1) See Illustration €150 - 250

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600 THOMAS, Stuart, Book of the Centenary, Including the official catalogue. cover title: “Masonic Female Orphan School of Ireland Grand Centenary Celebration, Dublin, May 17 to 21, 1892”, Dublin: printed by W Strain & Sons, 1892, 16mo, with pictorial decorated title-page printed in blue, multi-folding plan, text illustrations and adverts within the pagination, complete with original linenbacked decorated ‘cut-out’ paper-covered boards, boards worn (1). See Illustration €70 - 120 601 SWIFT, Jonathan, The Works of Dr. Jonathan Swift, Dean of St. Patrick’s, Dublin, London, C. Bathurst in Fleet Street, 1751, vols 8-12 (5th ed.), vol 13 (4th ed.) and vol 14 (2nd ed.), full leather calf with gilt Morocco labels. (21) €400 - 600 602 MAGUIRE, (John Francis), The industrial movement in Ireland, as illustrated by the National exhibition of 1852, Cork 1853, lacking covers, title and prelims with considerable damage. (1) €40 - 80

607 BARTLETT (William Henry) (Illus.), Coyne (Joseph Stirling) & Willis, (Nathaniel Parker) et al. (Text). Scenery and Antiquities of Ireland, London 1841, volume 1, in quarter green leather with floral decorated boards, w.a.f. (1) €70 - 120 608 AN IRISH GOVERNMENT ISSUED PAMPHLET, Emergency Powers (Rationing of arn, Cloth and Clothing) Order, 1942, a notice to the public; a souvenir sheet containing 20 Irish samps, depicting women in an array of guises; and Killarney - A Hundred Years with Hilliards, a history of enterprises relating to the Kerry family name. (2) €30 - 50 609 A SELECTION OF EARLY 20TH CENTURY PAMPHLETS RELATING TO DRESS CUTTING, including Mrs. Henry Grenfell’s Dress Cutting Out, Dublin 1902; an early workbook from the City of Dublin Technical Schools; The Scientific System of Dress Cutting pamphlets, home study pamphlet, etc. (a lot) €30 - 50

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610 FAULKNER, (George), The Dublin Journal, 1740 & 1741 Dublin journal, 1740, 1741, in plastic cover (1). €10 - 20 611 A SMALL PROMOTIONAL SAMPLE CARD SELECTION, from Satin Miroir, Carte de Nuance, 1900. (1) €20 - 30 612 R ATKINSON & CO., Poplin: a short history of its manufacture, and introduction into Ireland, Dublin, 187-?, in original blue cover united by staple and tape, w.a.f. (1) €50 - 100 613 DU MAURIER, George, Society Pictures, Selected from Punch, Volume 1, London 1891, quarto, w.a.f. (1) €30 - 50 614 A SELECTION OF FOUR BOOKS RELATING TO COSTUME & TEXTILES, including: Modern Drapery and Allied Trades, Wholesale and Retail - volume 4; Polkinghorne & Polkinghorne’s The Art of Needlecraft; DeDillont’s Encylcopaedia of Needlework; and Von Falke’s Costumgeschichte der Culturvolfer. (4) €40 - 80 615 ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS: two memorable volumes, covering both 1847 & 1849, significant years covering condition during the Irish famine, etc. (2). €250 - 350 616 THE ART JOURNAL - Illustrated Catalogue of the Industry of All Nations, London, 1851, w.a.f., NB over 150 pages missing. (1) €20 - 50 617 JOHNSON, (E.A.), The Possibility of an Irish Pottery Industry, Dublin 1917, including three attractive colour plates. (1) €30 - 60 618 LYONS, (F.S.L.) ed., Bank of Ireland, 17831983: Bicentenary Essays, Dublin 1983, Near Fine 1st Edition, a clean and unmarked copy in original boards. (1) €40 - 60

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619 THE YOUNG LADIES’ JOURNAL: An Illustrated Magazine, published by E. Harrison, Salisbury Square, London, 3 volumes, vol - 4, 5, & 6, each each in quarter leather with marble boards, panelled spine with gilt tool decoration, and each containing handcoloured engraved Fashion Plates:most folding, usual collection of handicraft description and fiction, numerous B/W engravings, w.a.f. (3) €100 - 200 620 THE LADY’S MAGAZINE, or Mirror of the Belles Lettres, Fashions, Fine Arts, Music, Drama, a selection of sixteen volumes, published by Robinson of London, ranging from 1802 to 1830, each quarter bound with marbled boards, w.a.f. (16) €250 - 400 621 A COLLECTION OF VARIOUS TEXTILE PATTERNS, together with six corresponding textile samples and related handwritten correspondence, late 19th century, compiled in an envelope. (1) €50 - 100 622 M’CREADY, (Rev. C.T.), Dublin Bibliography, Historial and Topographical, Dublin 1892, scarce (1). €30 - 60 623 OPERATION MANUAL FOR THE MORRIS MINOR CAR, published by Morris Motors, Oxford, 1934; together with A Gentlemans Travelling Map of Ireland, published 1838 by Society for Diffusion of Useful Knowledged, inscribed E.J. Armstrong, both as is, w.a.f. (2) €40 - 80 624 A SELECTION OF ASSORTED RARE BOOKS, including Blackwood’s Magazine 1891 in two bound volumes, Hume & Smollett’s History of England Volume 2 in quarter calf; Laucroix’s The Arts in the Middle Ages; and Wood, (Rev. J.G.), Our Domestic Pets; w.a.f. (5). €30 - 50 626 THE IRISH ARTS REVIEW, a complete collection, containing 1988-1999 inclusive (11 items), 2000-2005 inclusive (21 volumes), 2006 -2009 inclusive (22 volumes + one Cd) and 2010-2013 inclusive (18 volumes including inserts) (~75 items in total) €400 - 800

628 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS COMMEMORATION BOOKS, comprising 4 Days - The Death of President Kennedy; Historic Headlines of the 2010-5 full size facsimile newspapers in a pouch; a portfolio of magazines and photos commemorating Princess Diana 1961-1997; a copy of The Labour News for 1937 and The Queen and her children. (a lot) €70 - 90 629 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS CLOTH AND LEATHERBOUND BOOKS, Comprising Encyclopaedia Britannica, Book of Knowledge Children’s Encyclopaedia, Chitty‘s Annual Statutes, Volumes of the Law Journal Reports, etc. (approx. 95 volumes in total). €80 - 120 630 LEE, (Harper), To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Collins: NY, 1995, 35th anniversary edition, signed by the author on half title, 8.25 x 5.5, cloth backed boards, 323 pp, clean copy, very good, complete with burgundy protective case. (1) €300 - 600 631 DURRELL, (Lawrence), An Irish Faustus: A Modern Morality in Nine Scenes, Birmingham 1987, octavo, in original blue buckram, title in gilt on spine, marbled endpapers, printed on Velin Arches paper, no dust jacket issued, a signed limited edition of 75 copies, of which this is number 15, frontispiece in black and brown by Oscar Epfs (Durrell’s pseudonym as a painter). €70 - 120 632 MANDELA, (Nelson), The Long Walk to Freedom, Littlebrown and Company 1996, limited edition of 425 copies, numbered 224/425, limited edition. Note: This beautifully illustrated and limited edition of Nelson Mandela’s brilliant autobiography is quarter bound by hand in wassa goatskin leather from South Africa and housed in the original custom made, silk-lined presentation box complete with a silk ribbon bookmark. It includes a specially commissioned portrait of the author taken by Benny Gool that is signed by Mandela and dated 28.10.96. €2500 - 4000

627 THIRTY SIX LEATHER BOUND VOLUMES 1929-1963 HERD BOOK OF HERDFORD CATTLE AND BULLS. (36) €80 - 120

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633 O’CASEY, (Sean): A hand written letter from O’Casey to reviewer Lucy Curtis Templeton, in response to and gratitude for Templeton’s review of Drums Under the Windows in the Knoxville News Sentinel, Tennessee, which she had sent to O’Casey; together with the typed version of the review and a copy of the book - O’Casey, (Sean), Drums Under the Windows, New York, 1946, 1st edition, hard copy, dust wrapper with rubbing and chipping; together with letter. (3) €250 - 400 634 JOYCE, (James), Ulysses, Shakespeare & Co., Paris, 1925, 6th printing of 1st edition, in red 1/4 Morocco with plain red boards, with tooled gilt labelled on tooled panelled spine, 8vo, gilt page edges, fine. (1) €400 - 800 635 WILDE, (Oscar), Lady Windermere’s Fan, London, Leonard Smithers 1903, 1903. NB PIRATED EDITION, the title page states “Paris, 1903” but this copy was actually published by Leonard Smithers in London, 1903. One of 250 copies, this copy is not numbered. Small 4to (8.4 x 6.3 inches). Original maroon cloth with gilt letters on spine. Text is a reprint of the First edition, published by Bodley Head in 1893, with new title page, heavy foxing to prelims, gilt lettering on spine, some chipping on spine edges. (1) €50 - 100

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639 GREGORY, (Lady Augusta), My First Play, 1930 London, 1st edition - no. 493/530, signed A. Gregory on title page, 8vo, original patterned paper over conforming boards, pink cloth spine, slight wear Dustjacket has faded spine and minor chipping, nice copy. (1) €100 - 200 640 KENNEDY, (Caroline, Ed.), Profiles in Courage for our Time, New York 2002, signed first edition, as new. (1) €80 - 150 641 HEANEY, (Seamus), The Burial at Thebes, London 2004, signed first edition, very good copy with dust jacket. (1) €80 - 150 642 HEANEY, (Seamus), Death of a Naturalist, 1966 N.Y.: Oxford University Press, 1st U.S. edition, signed by author on title page, a fine copy, minor flaws to cover. (1) €800 - 1500

644 644 HOPKINS & HOPKINS, Irish Art Industry. Jewellery, Silver Plate, Etc., c. 1900, in original hard cover profusely decorated with Celtic motifs, together with another Hopkins & Hopkins Church Plate Manufacturers catalogue, c.1920s. V. Scarce. (2) See Illustration €150 - 250

643 KELLY (Rita) & Bewick (Pauline), Kelly Reads Bewick, Arlen House, Galway, 2001, buckram with tooled gilt letterring, very good, inc. dust jacket, first edition, signed by Pauline Bewick and Rita Kelly, a very attractive copy. (1) €200 - 300

636 YEATS, (William Butler), Michael Robartes and the Dances, 1920 Chruchtown Cuala Press, limited edition, one of 400 copies, 8vo, original quarter cloth boards, usual browning to end papers, nice copy. (1) €400 - 700 637 BEHAN, (Brendan), Island: An Irish Sketchbook, New York, 1962, 1st edition, signed by Brendan Behan on title page and with Paul Hogarth’s facsimile signature frontis, a fine copy, hardcopy with pictorial dustwrapper, 8vo. (1) €300 - 400 638 MOORE, George, The Passing of the Essenes, London 1930, 8vo, 9in, 22.5cm, handmade paper, uncut, top edges gilt, full vellum on boards, some minor foxing without but internally clean, Signed by the author, no names or inscriptions. Limited to 775 copies, this being no. 525/775, together with light blue protective case (the case as is). (1) €60 - 100

Lot 110: The suit worn by Capt. C.L. Robinson in the presence of Her Majesty Queen Victoria

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656 A GILT ASYMMETRICAL PIER MIRROR, 19th century, with leaf scroll cartouche crest, above a mirror plate in a moulded frame, 94in (239cm)h x 36in (91cm). (1) €3 - 

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657 A LARGE WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY DOUBLE ENDED SETTEE, the scroll shaped top rail with a reeded panel, flanked with two scroll ends, with padded panels over padded seat with bolster cushions, and raised on heavy turned legs, covered in attractive tapestry type fabric, 9in (229cm). (1) € - 8 658 A MAHOGANY PEDESTAL DESK, in the Georgian Style, O.R.M, the moulded top with three tooled leather insets, above three frieze drawers, raised on two pedestals, each with three drawers, 71in (18cm)w x 37in (93cm)d. (1) €7 - 8

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659 A MAHOGANY SIDE BOARD, in the Adams style, 2th century, with shaped back above 2 panel doors, each with a reeded band and flanking 2 drawers and raised on 6 fluted tapering spade legs, 6ft (183cm). (1) €2 - 3

651 AN INLAID MAHOGANY AND CROSS BANDED BREAKFRONT OPEN BOOKCASE, O.R.M, with dentil moulded cornice, above a centre plank of 6 shelves, flanked to either side with 6 smaller shelves and raised on a plinth, 83in (211cm)h x 82in (28cm)w. (1) €7 - 8 652 19TH CENTURY ANGLO IRISH SCHOOL, Oval Portrait of a Gentleman, Wearing a Black Jacket, and Cream Bow Tie. O.O.B, 29in (74cm)h x 24in (61cm), in oval gilt frame. (1) See Illustration €2 - 3 653 A 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, Profile Portrait of a Bearded Monk, in a Brown Habit with Hood, O.O.C, 13.7in (3cm)h x 1.7 (27cm). (1) €1 - 2 654 A FRENCH OFFICER’S SABRE, O.R.M, with single edged blade, in a brass mounted steel scabbard, 42in (16cm); together with another similar sabre. (2) €1 - 1 655 A FROSTED AND SALMON ART DECO STYLE GLASS CEILING BOWL, with chain suspenders, 14in (36cm). (1) €4 - 6

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66 660 A NEST OF THREE WILLIAM IV IRISH MAHOGANY OCCASIONAL TABLES, by Williams & Gibton, Dublin, stamped, each graduating top with a moulded edge and raised on turned baluster supports, united by turned stretchers, the largest 19in (49cm). (3) See Illustration € - 8

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661 661 A PAIR OF ATTRACTIVE HEAVY BRASS SIX BRANCH CEILING LIGHTS, each with a leaf cast corona, on a reeded tapering leaf cast stem and an urn shaped centre, issuing 6 scroll arms, above an urn terminal, 27in (69cm)h x 28in (71cm). (2) See Illustration €2 - 3 662 A PINE WATERFALL BOOKCASE, early 2th century,with six shelves, 38in (97cm). (1) € - 1 663 A SATIN COLOURED YEW AND BEECH CORNER CUPBOARD, O.R.M, with diamond glazed upper door and oval inlaid panel door below, 2in (63cm)w. (1) €1 - 2 664 A SET OF 6 (4+2) OAK DINING CHAIRS, in the 17th century style, each square padded back with two lion head finials, above a padded seat, on urn shaped supports, united by an X shaped stretcher. (6) €4 - 6

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666 A VERY FINE EIGHT DAY WALNUT LONGCASE CLOCK, by George Paker of Dublin (171 - 1766), the moulded cornice with a chequered frieze above a square brass dial with a signed silvered chapter ring with Roman numerals, subsidiary dial for seconds and date aperture, the movement with anchor escapement and inside count wheel strike, finely matted dial centre with concentric turnings, around the winders, attractive cherub leaf and crown spandrels against a herringbone and leaf engraved plate flanked with two ebonised and parcel gilt columns each with leafy capital, on a herringbone banded trunk, with a moulded arch door with oval lenticel on a conforming moulded box base with bracket feet, 89in (226cm)h x 21in (3cm)w. (1) See Illustration €8 - 12

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667 667 A VERY FINE AND UNUSUAL REGENCY PERIOD BRASS INLAID AND BRASS MOUNTED BREAKFRONT SECRETAIRE LIBRARY BOOK CASE, the moulded cornice above a brass inlaid frieze and four Gothic style doors, with very attractive brass glazing bars, enclosing adjustable shelves, on a conforming base, with pull out drop front secretaire drawer, enclosing a fitted interior, with drawers pigeon holes and a centre brass inlaid cupboard, flanked to either side with two box type drawers, each with a brass knob depicting a portrait in relief and four similar brass inlaid doors below, on a short plinth, 98in (249cm)h x 14in (264cm)w. (1) See Illustration €4 - 6

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668 668 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY BOOKCASE, the moulded cornice above two arched glazed doors, enclosing three shelves, flanked with scrap work pilasters, above two solid panle doors below and raised on a plinth, 11in (27cm)h x 62in (17cm)w. (1) See Illustration €3 -  669 AFTER SIR FREDRICK BURTON (RHA RWS 1816-19), The Blind Girl at the Holy Well, a needlework tapestry panel by Mrs Katherine Ledwidge, exhibited at 1882 Irish Exhibition, Rotunda, Dublin, in the small pillar room, exhibit no 648, 28in (74cm)h x 23in (9cm)w. (1) €1 - 2 670 AN AFGHAN CARPET, with centre medallion, on an iron red floral field, inside an ivory border, 9ft4in (28cm)h x 6ft3in (19cm)w. (1) €3 - 4 671 AN ANTIQUE CHINESE LIGHTWOOD AND PARTIALLY LACQUERED ALTAR TABLE, the rectangular top with two scroll ends, above a shaped frieze, with lotus carved spandrels or brackets, on four slightly bowed legs, with conforming stretchers, 36in (91cm)h x 4in (136cm)w x 21.in (cm)d. (1) €4 - 6 672 AN OAK CASED CHIMING WALL CLOCK, early 2th century by Junghans, 26in (66cm)h x 12.in 932cm). (1) €7 - 9

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677 G. COLE (19TH/2TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL), A River Landscape at Sunset with Village Church Beyond, O.O.C, signed and dated 1911 lower right, 1.in (4cm)h x 23.in (6cm). (1) See Illustration € - 6

677 673 AN OLONG MAHOGANY DUET PIANO STOOL, with hinged top, attached to cover seat, on square tapering legs, 41in (14cm). (1) €14 - 18 674 ATTRIBUTED TO MARY BEALE (16321699), Portrait of a Lady, believed to be Lady Spencer, within a painted oval, wearing a blue satin dress and ringlets in her hair, in carved gilt wood frame, O.O.C, 29in (74cm)h x 24in (62cm). (1) See Illustration on page 55 €1 - 2 675 CARL SCHINDLER (VIENNA 1821-1842), ‘Soldier Resting’, signed verson on original folio cover, also bears place name Wien Vieanna 3in (8cm) x .in (14cm) Provenance: Private Collection, Vienna €2 - 3 676 DOREEN BROWN (B.1932) A Summer Caprice, children playing in an orchard, O.O.C, signed lower right and date ‘2, 48in (122cm)h x 72in (183cm)w. (1) See Illustration €1 - 2

678 678 JOHN BEHAN, (b.1938) A Bronze Study of Dan Breen, on square limestone base, 19in (38cm)h. (1) Note: Breen was a volunteer in the Irish Republican Army during the Irish War of Independence and the Irish Civil War. In later years, he was a Fianna Fáil politician. See Illustration €2 - 3

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679 KOZABURO TAMAMURA, JAPANESE PHOTOGRAPHER, (186- C. 193) Characteristic Japan, Views and Characters in the Land of the Rising Sun, oblong folio album, 7.in (19cm)l x 16.in (42cm)w, in original decorated silk padded boards, and silk ties, the title page printed on charcoal paper with decorated leaf boarder, the text and decoration in silver, followed by 13 hand collotype photographic prints on ivory paper, with tissue guards. (1) €4 - 6 680 BARRIE HOUGHTON, The Sally Gap, mixed media, 16in (4cm) x 12in (3cm). (1) € - 1

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681 681 A PAIR OF IRISH GEORGE III STYLE MAHOGANY PEAT BUCKETS, each of oval tapering form, the brass bound spiral reeded body carved with a lion mask front and verso, with two brass handles and a brass liner, 26in (66cm) h. (2) See Illustration €1 - 2

682 682 A GOOD SET OF TWELVE MAHOGANY DINING ROOM ARMCHAIRS, in the George III style, O.R.M, each covered in attractive green fabric, with padded back seat and elbow rests, on front square fluted legs. (12) See Illustration €8 - 1

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683 SIX OLD VINTAGE CAR HEADLIGHTS, as is. (6) €1 - 12

684 A SERPENTINE SHAPED KINGWOOD COMMODE, early 2th century, of bombe form, with floral marquetry and attractive brass mounts, enclosing one long and two short drawers, and raised on shaped legs, 4.in (116cm)w. (1) €6 - 9

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689 2th CENTURY SCHOOL, Two Figures Dancing, oil on card, 14in (3cm) x 1in (26cm); together with another modern picture, depicting girl sleeping. (2) €2 - 4 690 A 19TH CENTURY IRISH PAINTED PROVINCIAL BENCH/TABLE,. the fold back plank top revealing a seat, on square legs, 77in (196cm) x 33.in (8cm). (1) €1 - 2

68 685 AN ATTRACTIVE CIRCULAR MAHOGANY DRUM TABLE, of small proportions, 19th century, with four mock and four frieze drawers, on a ring turned stem with tri pod base, with brass castors, 34in (86cm). (1) See Illustration € - 7 686 A MAHOGANY BOOKCASE, c.19, with gothic moulded cornice, above 4 gothic type glazed doors, on a conforming base with six solid panel doors and raised on a plinth,8ft8in (263cm)h x 12ft2in (37cm) approx. (1) €8 - 16

691 691 A LARGE PAIR OF HEAVY ROUGE AND DARK MARBLE URNS, each of baluster form applied with two white carved masks of classical horns of Bacchus issuing floral swags with ribbon bows on a square stem base, 39in (1cm)h x 2in (64cm)w. (2) See Illustration €8 - 1

696 696 A FRENCH GILT BRASS AND YELLOW VEINED MARBLE MANTLE CLOCK GARNITURE, by E. Begard, Douar, the top crested with a gilt brass eagle with outstretched wings, flanked to either side with two torches above an enamel dial with Roman Numerals and a hanging drape with tassels, supported by marble columns and pilasters on a breakfront base with brass feet, 22in (6cm)h x 13in (33cm)w; together with a pair of matching brass mounted marble urns, 17in (43cm)h. (3) See Illustration €8 - 12

692 A SEMI ANTIQUE AFSHAR RUG, c.19, with rows of half medallions, on an iron red and ivory ground, inside a triple border, 8ft4in (24cm)h x ft1in (1cm). (1) €2 - 3 693 A SMALL BEDSIDE PEDESTAL, O.R.M, with two shelves and a frieze drawer, on splayed bracket feet, 3in (76cm). (1) €1 - 2 687 687 AN OLD CHINESE TEA BIN, with Chinoiserie decoration and hinged slope wooden top, 3in (76cm)h x 21.2in (4cm). (1) See Illustration € - 7 688 IN THE STYLE OF FERNANDO BOTERO (B. 1932), A Latin Woman in Bright Red Dress and Long Black Hair, O.O.C, indistinctly signed lower right Robert T’Larair 22, 8.in (149cm)h x 39in (99cm). (1) €2 - 3

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694 A GOOD QUALITY PASHLE ADULT TRICYCLE, with sprung saddle, with aluminium frame and spoked wheels with rubber tyres and grocery basket to rear. (1) €1 - 2 695 A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY TOWEL RAIL, with  cross rails on a spiral reeded stem, 29in (74cm). (1) €8 - 1

697 697 A GEORGE III PERIOD MAHOGANY AND BRASS BOUND WINE COOLER, of octagonal form, with hinged top, applied with two oval ring handles and raised on ring turned legs, 29in (74cm)h x 19in (48cm)w. (1) See Illustration €6 - 8 698 A GEORGE IV PERIOD MAHOGANY TEA BOX, of octagonal form with hinged cover, 12in (31cm). (1) €8 - 1 699 A GOOD SET OF SIX VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD SIDE CHAIRS, each with an oval open back, crested with leaf scrolls, above a serpentine fronted seat, on front moulded cabriole legs. (6) €3 - 

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71 710 A GEORGE IV STYLE RECTANGULAR MAHOGANY PARTNERS PEDASTAL DESK, with a moulded top, above six frieze drawers, three to either side, raised on two pedestals, each with three drawers to either side, and raised on moulded plinths, 71in (181cm)h x 41in (14cm). (1) See Illustration € - 6

7 700 A LARGE ORNATE GILT WALL MIRROR, in the Victorian style, O.R.M, with shell crest, above a bevelled plate, in an ornate leaf scroll frame, 87in (221cm)h x 8in (147cm)w. (1) € - 7 701 A LATE 19TH CENTURY FRENCH BRASS FENDER, with two urn finials, 44in (112cm)w. (1) €1 - 2 702 A MAHOGANY COAL SCUTTLE, early 2th century, with pull out bin and metal liner, 14in (36cm). (1) €1 - 2 703 A MODERN SPANISH SIDE LOCK PERCUSSION DUELING PISTOL, with 1in octagonal steel barrel and a full beech stock with ram rod; together with a point 22 bolt action rifle, decommissioned, and another older similar ditto, as is. (3) €1 - 1 704 A PAIR OF CARVED FRENCH WALNUT SIDE CHAIRS, each moulded back with a cartouche crest, above a serpentine fronted seat, on cabriole legs. (2) €1 - 1

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705 A MATCHED PAIR OF FOLD-OVER MAHOGANY CARD TABLES, by James Hicks, Dublin, in the Chippendale style, each of inverted breakfront outline, with leaf carved cabriole legs, on ball and claw feet, stamped, 34in (86cm) wide. (2) See Illustration €2 - 3 706 A PAIR OF MAHOGANY BEDSIDE COMMODES, in George III style O.r.M, each with three quarter gallery with tray top, above two cupboard doors and a drawer, on square chamfered legs, 2in (64cm). (1) €2 - 3

711 AN ORIENTAL STYLE CARPET, with fawn, iron red and blue field with stylized floral design, inside a wide border, 11ft 2in (34cm) x 8ft 1in (246cm), and another small cotton carpet with geometric designs. (2) €4 -  712 AN UNUSUAL GILT PIER MIRROR, Regency period in the Gothic style, with ball moulded cornice above two mirror plates each flanked with a cluster column pilaster on a rosette block, 21in (3cm) x 161⁄2in (42cm). (1) €1 - 2 713 AN UNUSUAL INLAID BIRDSEYE MAPLE GUITAR, by Marcus Moses, Westmorelan Street, Dublin, Music Seller and Publisher, with mother of pearl ivory string inlay, in fitted case, 37in (94cm). (1) €1 - 1

707 A REGENCY PERIOD GILT PIER MIRROR, with ball moulded cornice, above an eglomise panel, above a mirror plate, flanked with reeded pilasters, 27.in (7cm)h x 14.2in (36cm)w. (1) €7 - 12 708 A SET OF FOUR VANITY FAIR COLOURED PORTRAIT PRINTS, after Spy, 1.in (39cm)h x 1in (26cm). (4) €8 - 12 709 A SWISS MUSIC BOX L’UNIVERSELLE, late 19th century, early 2th century, ships wheel type winder, striking on three bells, in ebonised case, the top decorated with musical trophies, 21in (4cm). (1) €2 - 3

714 714 ATTRIBUTED TO PHILIP HUTCHENS ROBERTS (1794-183), Unloading the Catch, with Numerous Fisher Folk, O.O.P, 7.in (19cm)h x 11in (28cm). (1) See Illustration €1 - 1

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721 A VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD OCCASIONAL CHAIR, with leaf scroll crest, above a button padded back, over a padded serpentine fronted seat, on cabriole legs. (1) €18 - 2 722 A SEMI ANTIQUE HAMADAN RUG, with twelve rows of gulls, against iron red, inside a conforming stylized border, 7ft (213cm) x 4.ft (137cm). (1) €2 - 3 723 A BOW FRONTED MAHOGANY BEDSIDE TABLE OR LAMP TABLE, O.R.M, with tooled leather top, above a frieze drawer and two shelves, on bracket feet, 28in (71cm)h x 2.2in (2cm). (1) €18 - 22

71 715 ATTRIBUTED TO THE HONORABLE GRACE O’ BRIEN (19TH CENTURY IRISH) A Rugged Mountainous Waterfall Scene, Probably Torc Waterfall Killarney, by repute painted by the artist The Honorable Grace O’ Brien 18 the daughter of the Dowager of Dromoland Castle, then living in the Dower house, O.O.C, 3in (89cm)h x 27in (69cm). (1) See Illustration €8 - 1

720 A VERY GOOD PAIR OF FRENCH POLYCHROME PAINTED AND CARVED SINGLE BEDS, each headboard with arched and ribbon moulded top, with a tongue and dart band, and flanked to either side with two pineapple finials, above a padded panel, flanked with fluted columns, and a conforming padded footboard, covered in gold floral fabric, each 3ft (92cm). (2) €4 - 6

724 A CHINESE CARVED CHERRY WOOD FIVE PIECE SUITE OF SEAT FURNITURE AND A TABLE, comprising 4 open armchairs, each profusely inlaid with mother of pearl, depicting figures, vases of flowers, gardens, birds and flowers, each back with a centre cruciform panel, under a carved and pierced open work panel, depicting birds amongst foliage, above a solid seat, with similar inlay and a fitted loose cushion, within two conforming scroll arm rests and raised on cabriole legs, and a matching serpentine shaped circular occasional table, profusely inlaid with walled garden and figures fighting with swords within floral sprays and birds in flight, inside a conforming inlaid border, above a pierced and carved apron on cabriole legs. () See Illustration €1 - 2

716 DOREEN BROWN (B. 1932), Highland Cattle, Winter Landscape with Highland Cattle and Fodder, O.O.C, signed and dated lower right, 19.in (49cm)h x 27in (69cm). (1) € - 6 717 A MAHOGANY LIBRARY ARMCHAIR, In the Georgian Style O.R.M, covered in green buttoned hide. (1) €1 - 1 718 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY BALLOON BACK ARMCHAIR, the carved and moulded balloon shaped back with button panel and padded seat and arm panels, raised on cabriole legs. (1) €2 - 3 719 A MODERN VIOLIN, in case with bow, bears Stradivarius Label; together with another slightly older cased violin and bow. (2) €8 - 1

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731 A PAIR OF FRENCH STYLE WALNUT LAMP TABLES, or bedside stands, O.R.M, each with pierced brass gallery, above a frieze drawer, on cabriole legs united by a stretcher shelf, 28in (71cm)h x 18in (46cm)w. (1) €2 - 3 732 A PAIR OF ROCOCO STYLE BRONZE MOUNTED BRASS FIRE DOGS, each surmounted with a bronze cherub, within scrolling leaves and two scroll legs, 11in (28cm)h x 12in (31cm). (2) €1 - 2

72 725 A CIRCULAR CENTRE TABLE, the top with a collage of specimen marbles, with a square section in the centre, depicting 64 assorted marble samples in various colours, around a band of larger fragments, on a Victorian tripod stand with scroll legs, 3in (76cm)h x 24in (61cm)d. (1) See Illustration €6 - 8 726 A FRENCH KINGWOOD BEDSIDE POT CUPBOARD, early 2th century; the serpenting top with a rouged marble inset, above a frieze drawer and a cupboard with lined interior, raised on cabriole legs, 39in (89cm)h x14in (39cm)w. (1) €1 - 1 727 TWO SIMILAR HEAVY BRASS FIRE TONGS, 19th century. (2) €6 - 9 728 CIRCLE OF ALONSO CANO (Spanish, 161-1667) St. John the Evangelist, oil on canvas, (canvas has been relined), inscribed Juan top left, 3in (89cm) x 29in (74cm). (1) Provenance: Mount Sackville. The painting was brought to the religious community as part of an aristocratic dowry, by repute of German extraction, in the mid 20th century. See Illustration on page 60 € - 8 729 A LATE VICTORIAN THREE TIER WALNUT WHAT NOT, with shaped shelves on turned and fluted supports, 39in (99cm)h x 31in (79cm)w. (1) €1 - 2 730 A PAIR OF ELM AND ASH WINDSOR TYPE KITCHEN ARM CHAIRS, each with a solid saddle seat, and turned arm rest, on four turned legs. (2) €2 - 3

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733 A SATIN COLOURED YEW VENEERED SIDE CABINET, in the Georgian style, with two astragal glazed doors and raised on bracket feet, 38in (97cm)h x 4.2in (12cm). (1) €1 - 2 734 AFTER VINCENT SHERIDAN (B.194), The Hierarchy, a coloured lithograph, ltd edition no. 24 of , signed and inscribed in pencil by the artist, 24in (61cm)h x 3in (76cm). (1) €8 - 1 735 AN ATTRACTIVE WALNUT AND EBONISED SIDE TABLE OR SERVING TABLE, O.R.M, the oblong top above a wide frieze raised on concave scroll standards united by a turned stretcher and raised on four scroll legs, 34.in (87cm)h x 7.in (179cm)w x 22in (6cm)d. (1) €1 - 1 736 AN EDWARDIAN BRASS ART NUVEAU BRASS STANDARD LAMP, with telescopic stem, on ornate tri-form base, 6in (16cm)h. (1) €1 - 1 737 CIRCLE OF HUGH DOUGLAS HAMILTON (RHA, 174-188), a set of three pastel portraits, Members of the Swift Dennis Families, one depicting Thomas Swift (b. 1711), 13in (33cm)h x 11in (28cm); together with a pair of matching smaller portraits, each 1in (2cm)h x 8in (2cm), depicting Francis Dennis Swift, mother of Rev. Meade of Dennis, of Lynn Co. Westmeath, the other of Meath Swift Dennis (173-183) as a young boy, inscribed verso. (4) See Illustration €3 - 4 738 IN THE STYLE OF MELCHIOR D’HONDECOETER, (c.1636-169) Turkeys, Chicks, Cockeral and Pigeons by a Farmhouse in a Landscape, 2th century, O.O.C, 34in (87cm)h x 4in (12cm). (1) € - 7

737 739 PHOEBE DONOVAN (192-1998), Still Life - Vase of Colourful Flowers, oil on board, 8in (2cm) x 12.in (32cm). (1) €3 -  740 AN INLAID AND CROSS BANDED MAHOGANY DROP LEAF DINING TABLE, with two demi-lune flaps, raised on six square tapering legs, 48in (122cm). (1) €12 - 18 741 AN OLD LUGGAGE TRUNK, with elaborate brass lock and brass studs, the interior with a lift out tray, by Ers Mine & Sons Ltd Belfast, 21in (4cm)h x 27in (68cm)w. (1) €8 - 1

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742 A GOOD QUEEN ANN STYLE TELESCOPIC MAHOGANY DINING TABLE, with two spare leaves, the moulded top with two bowed ends, raised on shell carved cabriole legs with pad feet, 92in (234cm)l x 44in (112cm)w; together with a set of eight (6+2) matching dining chairs, each with a shell crest and shaped splat and drop in seat, on shell capped cabriole legs and pad feet. (9) €7 - 11 743 A 19TH CENTURY ANGLO INDIAN TABLE, the octagonal top inlaid with specimen exotic timbers in geometric patterns, with key to specimens, including ebony, tamarind, pathax, milla, coconut, mahogany, gam malu, etc., inside a bone inlaid moulded edge, above a pierced open leaf scroll frieze, supported by a centre turned and leaf carved column, inside four spiral reeded columns, on a quadruple pod, 3.in (77cm)w. (1) See Illustration €12 - 1 744 A CAST AND WROUGHT IRON BASKET GRATE, with heavy cast brass dog head finial, 3in (89cm)w. (1) €1 - 1 745 A CHIPPENDALE STYLE MAHOGNAY DISPLAY CABINET, of inverted breakfront outline, with three quarter gallery, above two centre solid panel doors, with glazed doors to either side, raised on six short leaf carved cabriole legs with ball and claw feet, 44in (112cm)h x 67in (17cm). (1) €2 - 3 746 A HEAVY BRASS CLUB FENDER, with tubular brass rails, supporting a buttoned and upholstered seat and raised on a moulded base, 7in (178cm). (1) €4 - 6 747 A MODERN BOW FRONTED MAHOGANY CORNER CUPBOARD, with dentil moulded cornice and a glazed door with solid panel door below, 72in (183cm)h x 24in (61cm)w. (1) €8 - 12 748 A PAIR OF VERY HEAVY BRASS MOUNTED FIRE DOGS, 2in (1cm)h. (1) €8 - 12

743 749 A REGENCY STYLE SATIN COLOURED BEECH DINING ROOM SUITE, comprising, an inlaid dining table with spare leaf and cross banded top, raised on two tri-pod pedestals, 8ft (244cm)ext. x 42in (17cm)w; together with a matching set of 8 dining chairs, each with a trellis splat and drop in seat, raised on square tapering spade legs. (9) €3 -  750 A WALNUT MUSIC CHEST, early 2th century, with four pull out drop front drawers with square tapering legs, 2in (1cm). (1) €12 - 22 751 A WILLIAM IV STYLE MAHOGANY STOOL, O.R.M, with deep button hide covered seat, raised on turned and reeded legs on brass castors, 33in (83cm)w. (1) €4 -  752 AFTER W. MASON, a rare early Aquatint, “City Sportsmen,” by Wells, in Hogarth frame, 17in (43cm) x 261⁄2in (67cm). (1) €1 - 2

837, 73 753 AN ATTRACTIVE ROSEWOOD TEA POY the fret cut 3/4 gallery with 2 cut out handles, on a turned stem with reeded and leaf moulded collar, on a tri-pod scroll base, 3in (88cm)h x 1in (38cm)w. (1) See Illustration €2 - 3 754 AN EDWARDIAN RECTANGULAR THREE TIER OAK DUMBWAITER, with bulbous finials and turned supports, 48in (122cm)w. (1) €1 - 22

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755 AN EDWARDIAN TELESCOPIC MAHOGANY DINING TABLE, with one spare leaf, the moulded top with canted corners and raised on four turned legs, 7in (191cm)l x 4in (114cm)w. (1) €2 - 3 756 AN OLD PLAYERS NAVY CUT CIGARETTES ADVERTISING POSTER, with a portrait of a Sailor from H.M.S Invincible, in original frame, 19in (48cm)h x 14.in (37cm). (1) €1 - 2 757 JOHN TEACHER - 2TH CENTURY, A Quiet Moment - young Girl with Dolls, O.O.C. laid on board, signed, inscribed and dated ‘3, 24in (61cm) x 36in (91cm). (1) €1 - 2

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758 A PAIR OF CARVED AND POLYCHROME PAINTED FRENCH TWIN BEDS, each with an arched and ribbon moulded headboard, with tongue & dart and bead moulding over a padded panel covered in attractive gold floral fabric flanked with fluted columns to each side and matching padded foot boards, united by conforming side boards and with base, 36in (92cm). (2) See Illustration €7 - 11 759 A GOOD BRASS STANDARD OIL LAMP, now converted to electricity, with brass reservoir, on a reeded column with Corinthian capital, on a square stepped base and ball and claw feet, 63in (18cm)h. (1) €2 - 3 760 A GEORGE III STYLE BOW FRONTED INLAID AND CROSSBANDED MAHOGANY SATINWOOD AND HAREWOOD CORNER CABINET, the top with a segmented fan panel above two bow fronted doors, each inlaid with a two handle urn flanked with fluted pilasters to each side on a moulded plinth, 34in (87cm) high, 3in (76cm) wide. (1) €6 - 1

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762 18TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, Portrait of a Gentleman, an oval pastel portrait, the gentleman with a grey powdered wig and wearing a blue jacket, 17.in (44cm)h x 12.in (32cm)w, in gilt frame. (1) See Illustration € - 7 763 A MAHOGANY CORNER CABINET, 19th Century, the dentil moulded cornice above a single astragal glazed door on a base with solid panel door, raised on bracket feet, 8in (216cm)h x 28in (72cm)w. (1) €3 -  764 A CIRCULAR VICTORIAN MAHOGANY BREAKFAST TABLE, with segmented top, on an upward tapering cylindrical stem, with triform base and three scroll legs, 4in (137cm)d. (1) €28 - 3 765 A HEAVY CAST IRON STICK AND UMBRELLA STAND, Victorian, two compartments, with pierced back, above a removable drip pan, on leaf cast legs, 29.in (7cm)h x 2.2in(2cm). (1) €18 - 2

766 A PAIR OF CHIPPENDALE STYLE MAHOGNAY SIDE CHAIRS, together with a small mahogany armchair, as is. (3) €7 - 9 767 A PAIR OF GEORGE III PERIOD MAHOGANY HALL CHAIRS, each with an oval fluted back, with centre oval satinwood panel, above a serpentine fronted solid seat with dish centre and raised on front square tapering legs. (2) €3 -  768 A PAIR OF MAHOGANY PROVINCIAL SIDE CHAIRS, early 19th Century, each with an arched back and pierced splat above a solid sat on front square legs. (2) €1 - 1 769 A SET OF SIX INLAID MAHOGANY BAR BACK DINING CHAIRS, probably Irish, each with an inlaid top and cross rail, above a hide covered seat, on square tapering legs. (6) € - 6 770 A VICTORIAN STYLE WING ARMCHAIR, covered in ivory and brown striped fabric, on front turned legs. (1) €1 - 2

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771 AN ATTRACTIVE GILT BRONZE METAL BOUDOIR MANTLE CLOCK, by The Ansonia Clock Company, the enamel dial with Roman numerals, flanked to one side with a cherub holding a dove and the other side with a garland of flowers, on an ornate pierced gilt bronze base, 8.in (22cm). (1) €1 - 2 772 AN EDWARDIAN FOLDOVER SWIVEL TOP CARD TABLE, with an arrangement of three shelves on leaf carved cabriole legs, united by a stretcher shelf, 23in (8cm)w. (1) €1 - 2 773 AN EDWARDIAN INLAID AND CROSS BANDED MAHOGANY LADIES WRITING TABLE, the back with two double stationary slots, above a leather writing surface and two frieze drawers on square tapering legs, 41in (14cm). (1) €14 - 18 774 LATE 18TH CENTURY EARLY 19TH CENTURY IRISH SCHOOL, The Assumption, O.O.C, unframed 38in (97cm)h x 28 (71cm). (1) €18 - 2 775 A SET OF 19 HEAVY BRASS STAIR RODS, each with acorn turned terminals, 3in (89cm); together with angle bracket fittings. (19) €1 - 2 776 19TH CENTURY IRISH SCHOOL, Two Girls seated in a Landscape, oil on canvas, tondo 27.in (7cm)h. (1) €4 - 6 777 A LARGE MACHINE MADE TAPESTRY, with medieval hunting scene and large chateau beyond, inside a conforming border with similar scenes and floral panels, 1in (24cm)h x 82in (28cm)w. (1) €3 - 4 778 A LARGE RECTANGULAR WALNUT AND GILT DECORATED COFFEE/CURIO TABLE, in the form of 3 large folio volumes, the top with a pull out displaly drawer with glass top and two further drawers below on turned legs, 36in (91cm)h x 26in (66cm). (1) €2 - 3 779 A LATE 19TH CENTURY BRONZED SPELTRE FIGURE, modelled with a Cherub holding a lamp aloft, with frosted torch shaped glass shade, 27in (69cm). (1) €1 - 2

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788 790 RICHARD WARD (B.1944), Otters on a River Bank, oils on board, signed lower right, 33in (84cm)h x 41in (14cm). (1) €4 - 6 791 A MODERN BRASS LAMP STANDARD, on four paw feet. (1) €4 - 8 792 A PAIR OF LATE VICTORIAN WALNUT ARMCHAIRS, each with a button back and padded seat and flanked with padded arm rests, on front turned legs. (2) €1 - 2 793 A SMALL MAHOGANY PIANO STOOL, by James Hicks of Dublin, with padded seat. (1) €2 - 3 784 784 A VERY ATTRACTIVE EDWARDIAN DECORATED SATINWOOD CARLTON HOUSE DESK, the stepped back with pierced brass gallery and two left up compartments, each decorated with a female portrait, above a small drawer and tooled leather writing surface, two frieze drawers below each painted with floral garlands, on four conforming square tapering legs, 36in (91cm)h x 36in (92cm)w. (1) See Illustration €1 - 1 785 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY CHEVAL DRESSING MIRROR, with arched top on two scroll supports and raised on scroll legs, 7in (191cm)h approx x 32in (82cm)w. (1) €2 - 3 786 AN OAK CASED WHEEL BAROMETER, together with a modern brass table globe. (2) €4 - 6

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787 G. SAGGI, Portrait of a Saint Peter, O.O.C, signed, inscribed and dated with Rome 1968, 38in (97cm)h x 26in (67cm). (1) €8 - 1 788 JOSEF BURGARITZKY (GERMAN 1836189), Panoramic Landscape,with Figures from a Shoot, One Carrying the Days Catch on his Shoulders, O.O.C, signed lower right, 14in (3cm)h x 33.in (8cm). (1) See Illustration € - 8 789 LATE 19TH CENTURY BRETON SCHOOL, Coastal Scene with Figure holding Fishing Basket, O.O.C., 16in (4cms) x 24in (6cm). (1) €1 - 2

794 794 A VERY ATTRACTIVE SATINWOOD DEMI LUNE SIDE TABLE, in the George III style, O.R.M, profusely inlaid with floral marquetry and a central fan panel, above a frieze drawer, raised on leaf moulded tapering fluted legs, 34in (87cm)h x in (127cm)w x 23.in (6cm)d. (1) See Illustration €7 - 8

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79 795 A VERY FINE EDWARDIAN SATINWOOD AND MARQUETRY KIDNEY SHAPED DESK, with the trade label Old Times Furnishing Company, West Minster, profusely inlaid with scrolling flowers and foliage and cross banded in rosewood, the kidney shaped top with a leather writing surface, above a concave frieze drawer, above shell spandrels, flanked to either side with four graduating drawers and inlaid pilasters and raised on square tapering legs, 29.in (7cm)h x 48.in (123cm)wx 24.in (62cm)d. (1) See Illustration €4 - 6 796 A VICTORIAN TELESCOPIC MAHOGANY PIANO STOOL, with button seat. (1) €8 - 1 797 A WATERFORD CRYSTAL GLASS TABLE LAMP, with bulbous shade and flared neck, 19in (49cm)h. (1) €14 - 18 798 AN ATTRACTIVE EBONY STRUNG MAHOGANY WARDROBE, 19th century, with dentil moulded cornice, above two cross banded solid mahogany doors, raised on base with one long drawer and bracket feet, 1in (129cm)w. (1) €4 - 6 799 AN EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY FOLDING TWO SEATER HALL BENCH, the upper section inset with 8 mezzotint portraits, depicting 18th century ladies, above open arches and two square padded seats, each with a padded back and side panel and raised on square tapering legs. 41in (14cm). (1) €3 - 

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800 LIONEL DALHOUSIE ROBERTSON EDWARDS (1878-1966), Hunting Scene with Lord Petershan Clearing a Fence, pencil drawing,signed with initials and dated 192, inscribed Lord Petersham MFH, also inscribed verso on The Tryon Gallery Ltd, Dover street London studio label, 6.in (17cm)h x 9in (23cm). (1) See Illustration on page 67 €7 - 9 801 MAURICE CANNING WILKS, (R.U.A. A.R.H.A, 191-1984), A Thatched Cottage, West of Ireland, O.O.C, signed lower right, 17.in (44.cm)h x 24in (61cm). (1) See Illustration on page 67 €1 - 2 802 A WALNUT MARQUETRY AND CROSS BANDED COMMODE, South German, 18th century, of serpentine form with three long drawers raised on bun feet. 32in (82cm)h X 44in (11cm). (1) €12 - 18 803 A CONTINENTAL PORCELAIN MINIATURE OVAL PORTRAIT, Lady Wearing a Black Plune Hat, 3.in (9cm)h x 3. (8cm) and its companion, another porcelain miniature of a Lady, in attractive gilt frame. (2) € - 6 804 A MODERN FOUR POSTER MAHOGANY BED, with moulded canopy, with two turned columns and square head columns, 6ft6in (168cm)w. (1) €2 - 3

8 805 A SET OF SIX HEAVY CARVED MARBLE ARCHITECTURAL COLUMNS, each of straight cylindrical form and headed with a carved Corinthian capital, on square moulded base, 118in (3mt). (6) See Illustration €3 - 4 806 A RECTANGULAR WALNUT PIANO STOOL, with pull out drop front music side drawer and raised on turned supports, 2in (1cm). (1) €7 - 12 807 A FRENCH BRASS MOUNTED WALNUT JARDINIERE STAND, with pierced brass gallery, around a marble top, on baluster fluted supports, united by a stretcher on three slightly splayed legs, 33in (84cm)h x 12in (3cm)w. (1) €1 - 1

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808 A SET OF THREE MEZZOTINT, by Johann Lorenz Haid (172-17), after Johann Baptista Piazetta, Study of Three Heads, from a series of 22 heads, 18th century, 1.2in (39cm)h x 11in (28cm), each in ebonised and parcel gilt frame. (3) See Illustration €4 - 6 809 A VICTORIAN TELESCOPIC WALNUT PIANO STOOL, with padded seat on turned and fluted legs. (1) €8 - 1 810 AN 18TH CENTURY MAHOGANY DINING ROOM ARMCHAIR, with vase shaped pierced and interlaced splat, above a padded seat, flanked with scroll end armrests, and raised on front reeded and chambered square legs. (1) €3 - 4 811 AN EARLY PRESERVED CHEETAH SKIN RUG, and full head, c. 192s, 96in (244cm)long, mounted on a board - a pre1947 worked specimen, exempt from the requirement of a CITES certificate for trade within the EU. (1) *prospective buyers will be responsible for acquiring a CITES export licenses €7 - 11

88 812 AN EDWARDIAN WALNUT OCCASIONAL CHAIR, with padded back and seat; together with a circular gilt coffee table with glass top; and rectangular oak coffee table. (3) €8 - 9

813 AN UNUSUAL PAIR OF BRASS MOUNTED MAHOGANY COLUMN TABLE LAMPS, each with a square stepped base and bun feet, supporting black shade, approx 37in (94cm). (2) €4 - 

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818 A GOOD MAHOGANY WRITING DESK, in the William IV style, with tooled leather top, above a knee hole centre with frieze drawer and two small outer drawers to either side, raised on brass mounted turned tapering reeded legs, 6in (12cm)w x 36in (92cm)d. (1) See Illustration €18 - 2 819 A LATE WILLIAM IV OR EARLY VICTORIAN MAHOGANY SIDE CUPBOARD, the arched three-quarter gallery top, above two wide panel doors, flanked with two turned pilasters, on turned legs, 48in (122cm)h x 81.in (27cm). (1) €6 - 8

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820 A MAHOGANY OR RED WALNUT GAMES OR CARD TABLE, George III and later, the fold over top with rounded corners, the underside covered in green baise, with money and marker slots on 4 lappet headed tapering legs with pad feet, 32in (81cm). (1) €7 - 11 821 A PAIR OF CARVED HIGH BACK WALNUT SIDE CHAIRS, each in the 17th century style, the back with a large pierced splat, carved with flowers and foliage, on front turned legs. (2) €2 - 3

817 814 MAURICE JOSEPH MACGONIGAL (P.P.R.H.A, 19-1979), Figures by Cottages, WEst of Ireland, O.O.B, signed lower right, 12in (3.cm)h x 1.in (39cm). (1) See Illustration on page 68 €3 - 4 815 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL SCHOOL Portrait of a Lady with Bead Necklace and Tiara, O.O.C., 29in (73cm) x 23in (8cm). See Illustration €18 - 2

817 19TH CENTURY IRISH SCHOOL, Portrait of a Gentleman wearing black tie with Masonic brooch, O.O.C, indistinctly signed and dated 1882; together with another earlier portrait of a Gentleman also wearing a black tie with gold stud, each 24in (61cm)h x 19in (48cm). (2) See Illustration €4 - 6

822 A WILLIAM IV PERIOD DINING ROOM ARMCHAIR, with oblong bar back and a bead and pineapple moulded cross rail, on front sabre legs. (1) €2 - 3 823 AN ORIGINAL POWERS WHISKEY PUIB ADVERTISING POSTER, inscribed As Mellow as the Morn, 19in (48cm)h x 14in (2cm). (1) €1 - 2

816 AN INLAID MAHOGANY OPEN BOOKCASE, 2th century, the centre section with two frieze drawers and two open shelves, flanked to either side with a bow fronted cupboard, enclosing two shelves, under a frieze drawer, all raised on a breakfront plinth, 1in (13cm)h x 78in (198cm). (1) €6 - 7

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824 824 RACCOLTA DI STATUA ANTIQUA, fifty four black and white engravings, named Classical Statuary after Dom Campiglia, half calf with marbled boards, originally from the library of Lord Clonbrock, each engraving 19.in (49cm)h x 13in (33cm). (1) See Illustration €7 - 11

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825 A VERY UNUSUAL DOMESTIC PINE BAR, the dentil moulded cornice above three shelved sections, two with arches, each with turned pilasters and carved doric capitals, the shelves with mirror backs on a base with similar compartments and shelves and fluted pilasters, raised on a plinth, 93in (236cm)h x 96in (244cm)w, the paneled counter with a moulded top above five front panels, flanked with fluted pilasters and double shell carved corbels, and six shelves verso, raised on a plinth, 41in (14cm)h x 93in (236cm). (1) See Illustration €1 - 2 826 A VICTORIAN WALNUT TRIPOD OCCASIONAL TABLE, with spiral fluted stem, with a rectangular moulded top, inset with a tapestry panel under glass, 28.in (73cm)h x 2.in (2cm). (1) €13 - 18

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827 827 19TH CENTURY SCOTTISH SCHOOL, Figures Angling by a River, near Inverary Castle prior to 1886, the home of the Duke of Argyll, Chief of the Clan Campbell, in West Scotland, 23in (9cm)h x 22in (83cm)w. (1) See Illustration €3 -  828 A FINE GEORGE IV PERIOD MAHOGANY AND SATIN WOOD BANDED SIDE BOARD, with serpentine front and a frieze drawer above an arch with triangular spandrels and flanked to one side a cellar drawer and a large box drawer, raised on baluster shaped reeded legs, 36in (91cm)h x 3in (13cm). (1) See Illustration €2 - 3 829 A SET OF ELEVEN MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, each in the George III style, with an arched and moulded back above a pierced splat and a red hide drop in seat, on front moulded square chamfered legs. (11) €3 - 

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828 830 A SET OF FOUR LATE GEORGE III PERIOD AND EBONY STRUNG SIDE CHAIRS, probably Irish each with a curved bar back, above a stuff over seat covered in attractive green trellis pattern fabric on front square tapering legs. (4). €1 - 2

831 A THREE PIECE MODERN SUITE OF SEAT FURNITURE, comprising three seater settee and a pair of armchairs. (3) €2 - 3

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832 A VICTORIAN GRAIN WOOD ARMCHAIR, with button back and serpentine fronted seat, raised on front cabriole legs. (1) €1 - 2 833 AN ORIGINAL PLAYERS CIGARETTE ADVERTISING POSTER, together with a coloured print - Still life, Fruit, Wine and Fiddle, inscribed Side Door Keys to the HeartOld Wine, Sweet Music and Tobacco, in original players printed frame, 14in (36cm)h x 17in (44cm). (1) €1 - 2

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834 834 A FINE BRASS MOUNTED ROSEWOOD CHIFFONIER, 19th century, the mirror back under a shelf with three quarter pierced brass gallery on ornate brass supports, above a central brass trellis panel door, with pleated fabric, flanked to either side with two arched slender mirror arched panels and two arched conforming brass trellis doors and raised on a plinth, 49in (12cm)h x 4in (138cm)w. (1) See Illustration €12 - 1

83 835 A GOOD MID 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY PEDESTAL WRITING DESK, the rectangular moulded top with a tooled leather inset, above three frieze drawers and raised on two pedestals, each with three drawers, the reverse with three frieze drawers and two cupboard in doors, on a moulded plinth, 67in (17cm)w x 29in (74cm). (1) See Illustration €6 - 8

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836 A MODERN CIRCULAR TRI-POD OCCASIONAL TABLE, with inlaid top. (1) €4 - 6 837 A UNUSUAL REGENCY MAHOGANY WOOL WINDER, with leaf turned and square stem, holding two spools, one adjustable on shaped legs, 48.in (123cm). (1) See Illustration on page 62 €2 - 3

840 A OCTAGONAL SHAPED TIFFANY STYLE BRASS MOUNTED GLASS CEILING LIGHT, 18in (46cm). (1) €7 - 9 842 A PAIR OF CHINESE WALNUT SIDE CHAIRS, each with a curved splat back, above a cane seat, with cushion, on square tapering legs. (2) €14 - 16

838 A THREE PIECE EDWARDIAN INLAID WALNUT SUITE OF SEAT FURNITURE, comprising a pair of armchairs and a two seater settee, each with padded back, seat and side panels, on cabriole legs, as is. (3) €1 - 1

843 A PAIR OF GILT COMPOSITION CONVEX WALL MIRRORS, each with an eagle crest on a ball mounted frame, 23in (8cm)h x 16.in (42cm). (2) €1 - 2

839 839 THOMAS MILES RICHARDSON JUNIOR, (R.W.S,1813-189), The Bridge at Killin, Perthshire, An Extensive River Landscape, with Anglers Resting near a Bridge, W.C, signed and dated 1889 lower left, 17.in (44cm)h x 28in (71cm). (1) See Illustration €2 - 3

845 A VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD BUTTON BACK TUB ARM CHAIR, with front cabriole legs, covered in gold fabric. (1) €2 - 3

844 A VERY ATTRACTIVE REGENCY PERIOD MAHOGANY GENTLEMANS LINEN CUPBOARD, the moulded cornice above two nicely figured panel doors, opening to reveal three linen slides, flanked with spiral reeded pilasters, on a chest base, with two long and two short drawers, raised on bracket feet, 81in (26cm)h x in (127cm). (1) See Illustration € - 7

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846 AN EDWARDIAN FLIP TOP WALNUT OCCASIONAL TABLE, with folding frame, 2in (1cm)h x 14.in (37cm). (1) € - 7 847 A CIRCULAR MAHOGANY WINE TABLE, on tri-pod base and a regency style mahogany drop leaf coffee table, on spade legs. (2) €6 - 9

83 854 SIX MISCELLANEOUS WATERCOLOURS AND DRAWINGS, various subjects and sizes. (6) € - 7

851 A SMALL BRASS AUTOMATON AND TIME PIECE, in the form of a bird in cage, in (13cm), a shell and coral ring box; a German porcelain pipe; mother of pearl card case; other curios and a ridge way plate. (11) €1 - 1

848 848 A GEORGE IV PERIOD INLAID MAHOGANY CYLINDER DESK, the tamber front opening to reveal a pull out writing slide, with adjustable surface, pen and ink compartments, pigeon holes and drawers, above a knee hole section with an arrangement of five drawers and raised on square tapering legs, 42.in (18cm). (1) See Illustration €1 - 2 849 A GILT PIER MIRROR, O.R.M, with arched top above a bevelled plate, in moulded frame, 3in (76cm)h x 18in (46cm). (1) €6 - 8

852 A WALNUT AND CROSS BANDED DRESSER BASE, In the William and Mary style, with two long frieze drawers, above two similar drawers with secret spring release, raised on bulbous turned tapering supports, united by shaped flat board stretchers, on bun feet, 33in (84cm)h x 78in (199cm)w. (1) €6 - 8 853 MAURICE JOSEPH MACGONIGAL (P.P.R.H.A, 19-1979), Depicting a Child and other Figures by a Park, O.O.B, signed lower right, 11.in (3cm)h x 1.in (39cm)w. (1) See Illustration €3 - 4

855 E.S. IRWIN, Estuary Scene with Sailing Boats, O.O.C, signed lower right, 1in (26cm)h x 13.7in (3cm). (1) €8 - 12 856 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, Portrait of James Daly, Lord Dunsandle and Clonconal, half length seated wearing a green velvet jacket, O.O.C, 1in (26cm)h x 8in (2cm). (1) See Illustration € - 7 857 A HEAVY VICTORIAN STYLE CAST IRON COAL AFFECT GAS STOVE, with partial chimney and an arched and glazed door, on four legs, 28in (71cm)h x 23in (8cm)w. (1) €2 - 3

8 850 A MAHOGNAY HUMP BACK SETTEE, in the Irish Chippendale style, with padded back arms and seat, covered in ivory floral brocade and raised on three front shell capped cabriole legs with ball and claw feet, 79in (21cm)w. (1) See Illustration €1 - 2

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868 PRUDENCE TURNER (B. 193) Scottish Highland River Scene with Cattle Watering, O.O.C., 24in (6cm)h x 36in (91cm). (1) €1 - 2

864 858 A SET OF EIGHT MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, by Hicks of Dublin, late period, each with a padded back and seat on square tapering legs. (8) €1 - 2 859 A VICTORIAN PINK AND DECORATED GLASS OIL LAMP, with associated milk glass reservoir and ruby shade, 26in (66cm) as is. (1) €1 - 2

863 A CROSS BANDED WALNUT OCCASIONAL TABLE OR COFFEE TABLE, four frieze drawers, two to either side, raised on leaf moulded tapering reeded legs, united by a concave stretcher shelf, 4in (12cm)w x 29in (74cm)d. (1) € - 6 864 A FINE QUALITY SET OF TEN (8+2) BRASS MOUNTED MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, George IV period and some of a later date, each back with a rope moulded handle and two ball finials above a turned and reeded cross rail and a drop in seat on tapering legs with reeded capitals. (1) See Illustration €1 - 2 865 A GEORGE IV MAHOGANY FOLDOVER BRIDGE TABLE, with frieze drawer and cross banded top raised on four ring turned tapering legs, 16in (41cm). €2 - 3

86 860 MARCEL MARCEAU (1923-27) Blue Underwater Dreamworld, an original lithograph in colours on arches paper, signed in pencil lower right and decorated with a small drawing of a flower by the artist, the work hand inscribed in pencil, 21.3in x 29.9in (4cm x 76cm). (1) See Illustration €2 - 4 861 A BRASS STANDARD LAMP, with gooseneck top, with brass shell shade. (1) €7 - 9 862 A COAL PAINTED METAL FIGURE, Racehorse with Jockey Up, on black glass base, 7in (18cm)h x 7.in (19cm). (1) €8 - 12

866 A WROUGHT IRON TWO SEATER CONVERSATION GARDEN BENCH, Sshape, on scroll legs, 46in (117cm). (1) €8 - 1

869 869 MARCEL MARCEAU Mime and Butterfly, an original colour lithograph on arches paper, hand signed in pencil lower right with small flower drawing by the artist, paper bearing the dry stamp of Arches France, in (61cm) x 16in (41cm) ex. frame and mount. (1) See Illustration €2 - 4 870 A BEECH LADIES WORK TABLE, early 2th century, with serpentine shaped hinged top, above a wool box and drawer, on baluster fluted legs, 21in (3cm). (1) €4 - 6 871 A CLASSICAL BRONZE GROUP, modern, modelled as a youth holding a dead pheasant with hound by his feet, 46in (117cm). (1) €1 - 2 872 A HEAVY CAST IRON PILLAR SHAPED POST BOX, O.R.M, with leaf cast domed top, above a hinged slot, on a cylindrical body, with moulded door and plinth base, 42in (17cm)h. (1) €2 - 3

867 ATTRIBUTED TO GODFREY KNELLER (1646-1723), Portrait of Edward Hodson as a Young Gentleman Wearing a Long Grey Wig and Blue Satin Jacket and a Cape, 3/4 length, O.O.C, inscribed verso, Sr Hodsons Uncle to Lady Clive, presented by The Earl of Pouvis, to Margaret Maskelyne 1818, also inscribed Edward Hodson and Catherine Booth on front title plaque, 4in (114cm)h x 36.in (93cm). (1) See Illustration € - 7

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873 A MAHOGANY OCCASIONAL TABLE OR SILVER TABLE, by James Hicks, the rectangular dish top above a wide plain frieze raised on moulded cabriole legs on pad feet, 24in. (1) €3 - 4 874 AN ATTRACTIVE ZIEGLER STYLE CARPET, the iron red and mustard ground with stylised flowers in three rows inside a wide conforming border, 1ft (23cm) x 1ft 2in (31cm). (1) €4 - 6

87 875 IN THE STYLE OF THOMAS SIDNEY COOPER (183-192), Sheep Resting By a Tree in a Landscape, O.O.C, 1in (38cm)h x 21in (3cm). (1) See Illustration €3 - 4

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878 A GOOD VICTORIAN OVAL FLIP TOP MAHOGANY TABLE, on turned quadruple pod, with cabriole legs and scroll feet, 64in (163cm)h x 49in (12cm)w. (1) €3 -  879 A RED LACQUERED CHINESE CAMPHORWOOD CHEST, with Chinoiserie decoration, 26in (66cm). (1) €1 - 2

88 880 AN ATTRACTIVE FRENCH GILT AND SILVERED METAL MANTLE CLOCK, the top surmounted with Roman soldier, flanked with a shield and a wreath, the French lever movement by P. Japy, with outside count wheel, striking on a steel bell, the circular porcelain dial with Roman numerals and decorated with flowers, inside three similar decorated panels, flanked with wreath handles on scroll legs, 2in (1cm)h. (1) See Illustration €2 - 3

877 A COMPOSITION GARDEN FIGURE, Diana Holding a Ewer, raised on a separate fluted plinth, 7in (14cm) overall. (2) €1 - 2

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883 A 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL MAHOGANY CARD TABLE, the top with a reeded edge and raised on an X shaped frame, united by a turned stretcher, 26in (66cm)w. (1) €2 - 3 884 A CIRCULAR CHINESE KAYAM WOOL RUG, with central floral medallion, on a salmon ground, inside a dark border, 74in (189cm)d. (1) €1 - 2 885 A PAINTED TUBULAR STEEL DESK CHAIR, with hide back and seat. (1) €14 - 17

876 876 MARCEL MARCEAU (1923-27), Floating Mime, original colour lithograph on arches paper, 19in (48cm) x 27in (69cm), hand signed in pencil in the lower right margin. NNext to the signature is a small drawing of a lower made by the artist. The paper bears the dry stamp of “Arches France”. (1) See Illustration €2 - 4

882 882 GRACE KELLY MEMORABILIA Two framed photographs of Grace Kelly (1929-1982), the first SP “Grace de Monaco” color, 4in xin, a autographed full length portrait of Grace with family, attractively double matted beside a brass name panel, the second a 1in x 6.in portrait of the young actress, contained under glass, in ornate frame. Note: Grace was an Academy award winning American actress, later Princess of Monaco upon her marriage to Prince Rainier in 1956. See Illustration €2 - 4

881 881 AN IRISH CARVED GILTWOOD THREE COMPARTMENT WALL MIRROR, attributed to Bregazzi and Sons of Dublin, late 19th century, crested with shell, fruit and leaf cartouche, flanked to either side with a ho-ho bird, 64in (163cm) wide. (1) See Illustration €1 - 2

886 A PAIR OF MODERN COLOURED PRINTS, after John Constable; together with seven coloured flower prints. (9) €1 - 2 887 A SMALL PENCIL SKETCH, Polo Player on Horseback, signed B.D.Baker ‘93; together with two other coloured polo prints; modern golfing print; a coloured print The Huntsman, after Sir Alfred Munnings; and another modern abstract on canvas. (6) €1 - 2

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888 A RECTANGULAR VICTORIAN MAHOGANY LIBRARY TABLE, the top with rounded corners and a tooled leather top, raised on two shaped scroll standards,with a centre roundel, united with a double baluster shaped turned stretcher and raised on four scroll legs with castors, 68in (173cm)h x 3.in (9cm). (1) See Illustration €8 - 1 889 BERTHA MAGUIRE (ACT. 181-19), A Vase of Colourful Flowers, still life, watercolour, signed and inscribed, 133⁄4in (3cms) x 91⁄2in (2cm). (1) €1 - 1 890 BRIAN McCARTHY (B. 196), Homage to Michelangelo da Carvaggio, depicting a young nude boy with ram, oil on canvas, 3in (9cm)h x 23.in (6cm). (1) €2 - 3 891 FRANCIS CECIL BOULT (ACT 1877-189), Respect to the Master, Churchyard Scene with Hounds Huntsmen and Horse at Funeral Procession, O.O.C, signed lower right and dated 188, 24in (61cm)h x 36in (91cm)w. (1) €6 - 8

892 892 CLAUDE HAYES RI ROI (182-1922), Extensive Landscape, watercolour, indistinctly signed lower right, in (13cm) x 8.in (21cm). (1) See Illustration €1 - 2 893 A CIRCULAR WALNUT OCCASIONAL TABLE, raised on six shaped legs, 28in (71cm)w; together with a Victorian spoon back dining chair. (2) € - 7 894 A CORONA TOP TERRACOTTA CHIMNEY POT, with half reeded body, 44.in (113cm)h; and another smaller chimney pot, 19in (48cm). (2) €6 - 9

89 895 A FRENCH GILT METAL MANTLE CLOCK, late 19th century, by Japy Freres and Co. Paris, the lever movement with outside count wheel, striking on a steel bell, the enamel dial with Roman numerals, surmounted with trophies and flanked to one side with a seated gentleman, the front with an oval porcelain portrait of a classical woman, 12.in (22cm)h x 17in (43cm). (1) See Illustration €2 - 3 896 A LARGE OAK REFECTORY STYLE DRAW LEAF DINING TABLE, in the 17th century style, modern, 8ft6 x 3ft approx. (1) €8 - 1 897 A MODERN IVORY COLOURED LEATHER RECLINER ARMCHAIR. (1) €7 - 9

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9 898 FRANCIS BUNCH MORAN (2TH CENTURY), A Horse Drawn Barge, on the Canal, probably Robertstown Co. Kildare, W.C, signed and dated lower right, 16/9/97, 16.in (39cm)h x 19.in (49cm)w; together with another by the same artist Still Life, Tea Pot Jug and Flowers on a Table, 2in (cm)h x 1.in (39cm). (2) €18 - 2

899 899 HENRY ALBERT HARTLAND (184-1893) Cornstacks in a Field, watercolour, signed and dated ‘8, 6in (1cm) x 9in (23cm). (1) See Illustration €1 - 2 900 A CUT GLASS TABLE LAMP, with flared top and base, with shade, 21in (3cm) as is. (1) € - 8

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903 A BRONZE SUNDIAL, O.R.M, on a composition granite top, raised on moulded plinth, depicting The Three Graces, 29in (74cm). (1) €1 - 2 904 A CIRCULAR MAHOGANY OCCASIONAL TABLE, with spiral fluted stem and tripod base, 2in (1cm), as is. (1) €2 - 

91 901 A TEN BRANCH BRASS AND GLASS CHANDELIER, with baluster shaped centre, issuing 1 candle arms, with pear shaped and other drops, 32in (81cm)h x 24in (61cm). (1) See Illustration €6 - 8 902 A 19TH CENTURY INLAID MAHOGANY FOLDOVER TEA TABLE, the rectangular top with rounded corners, raised on square tapering legs, 36in (92cm)w. (1) €1 - 2

905 EARLY CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, Medieval Portrait of a Saint, with Raised Hand in a Blessing Facing Right, and its companion, Saint with Hand on Chest Facing Left, both with halos, each tempera on panel, 1.2in (4cm)h x 13in (33cm), framed as one in a very ornate dentil moulded double panel art gilt wood frame. (1) See Illustration €2 - 3 906 R. SINDAIN (19TH CENTURY), Tim Tooney’s Cottage, Poulaphouca, Co. Wicklow, W/C, signed, dated and inscribed 1916, 7in (17.cm)h x 9in (23cm)w. (1) €1 - 1

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97 907 THEOPHILE ALEXANDRE STEINLEN (189-1923), The Protecting Mother, a signed limited edition lithograph, 9/1, 16in (41cm) x 11.2in (29cm). (1) See Illustration €1 - 2 908 A COPPER COAL HELMET and brass fire tidy. (1) € - 9 909 A RARE IRISH PATCHWORK QUILT BY MRS. R. RUTTLE, beautifully worked with colourful sections of plain and patterned materials, some with hand worked flowers and other devices on geometric patterns and with 4 silk tassels, 43in (19cm)h x 34in (86cm); together with a Portrait Print of Mrs R. Ruttle. Mrs R. Ruttle (nee Cook) was born at the Royal Hospital, Kilmainham, her father Robert Cook being one of the captains of the establishment from 1830 to 1850. She married Dr. Robert Ruttle, son of a Dublin barrister and they moved to England. The quilt was made there and given to her daughter Mary Isabella. She became a missionary but retired to Ireland and died in 1968 in her 90th year at Mageough Home, Rathmines. Shortly before her death she entrusted the quilt to F. E Dixon who presented it to the present owner. €2 - 3 910 A COMPOSITION GRANITE STADDLE STONE, on upward square tapering stem, 18in (46cm)h. (1) €1 - 2

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911 MAURICE UTRILLO (1883-19), an archive of Utrillo related memorabilia, including: a photograph taken at Le Vesinet, France, Sept. 19, by Robert Florey at Utrillo’s home showing the artist and Virginia Florey with signed print by Utrillo inscribed “For Virginia, Maurice Utrillo 19”, and including two small brushes, a couple of his oil paint tubes, some pencils he was using as a souvenir, all presented in one box frame; another framed photograph of Maurice and Lucie Utrillo Valore, signed and inscribed verso; together with a portfolio of newspaper cuttings, photographs, postcards, exhibition catalogues from galleries, etc. (a lot) Provenance: Butterfield and Butterfield, San Francisco 21 See Illustration €1 - 1 912 19TH CENTURY IRISH SCHOOL, Peasant Girl at a Well. WC, 12in (3cm)h x 7.2in (18cm). (1) €8 - 9 913 A HEAVY ORIENTAL RUG, modern, with centre dark blue floral medallion on ivory ground, inside conforming borders, 7in x 49in. €2 - 3 914 A RECTANGULAR INLAID MAHOGANY OCCASIONAL OR COFFEE TABLE, on square tapering legs, 4in (137cm)w. (1) €8 - 1 915 A SET OF FOUR (3+1) WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, each with bar back and rope and bead moulded cross rail above a drop in seat and raised on turned legs, covered in attractive stripe fabric. (4) €18 - 2

916 916 CHARLES COLLINS (R.B.A 181-1921), Harvesters Family Group with Terrier, Loading Harvest in an Extensive Landscape, W/C., signed lower left, 13.in (34cm)h x 2.in (2cm). (1) See Illustration €2 - 3

917 917 JACQUES VILLON (187-1963) Promethee Delivre, a signed lithograph, 19in (48cm) x 13in (33cm), inscribed verso. (1) See Illustration €1 - 2 918 A BRASS OIL LAMP, late 19th century in the Corinthian style with fluted column on square stepped base, with cut glass reservoir, converted to electricity, 24in (61cm) high. (1) €28 - 3 919 A SMALL MINIATURE BRASS CARRIAGE CLOCK, with five glazed panels, the enamel dial with Roman numerals, signed, Howell James & Co. London & Paris, 3in (8cm). (1) €8 - 1 920 A THREE BRANCH GILT BRASS DESK OR TABLE LAMP, with pierced finial and metal shade, 22in (6cm)h. (1) €34 - 36

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921 AN EARLY VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD LADIES PEMBROOKE TYPE DROP LEAF WORK TABLE, with D shaped flaps, flanking two mock and two frieze drawers, on a U shaped support and quatrefoil base with scroll legs, 3in (76cm)ext. (1) €2 - 3 922 AN OVAL VICTORIAN MAHOGANY FLIP TOP BREAKFAST TABLE, raised on a quadruple pod with scroll legs, 4in (138cm)h x 4in (12cm)w. (1) €2 - 3 923 JOHN ELLIS (21ST CENTURY IRISH), Modern Bungalow and Lawns, O.O.B, signed lower right, 1.in (39cm)h x 29.in (7cm); together with an attractive coloured print, Mare and Fowl with Terrier in a Stable; and another print on board, Three Plough Horses Walking in a Farm Yard, in ornate gilt frame. (3) €1 - 2

924 924 JACQUES VILLON (187-1963), Le Pigeonnier Normand, signed lower right in pencil, 12in (3cm) x 19in (38cm). (1) See Illustration €1 - 2 925 A MAHOGANY FOLD OVER TEA TABLE, 19th century, with a mock frieze drawer, raised on turned legs, 3in (89cm)w. (1) €8 - 1 926 A PAIR OF OVAL COLOURED PORTRAIT ENGRAVINGS, each depicting a lady, within attractive moulded gilt frame, 6.in (16cm)h x in (12cm). (2) €24 - 26 927 AN EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY AND SERPENTINE FRONTED SETTEE, with triple splat back and raised on front cabriole legs, 44in (112cm)w. (1) €8 - 12

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928 CIRCLE OF ADAM FRANS VAN DER MEULEN (1632-169), A Military Commander, Generals and Other Officers, Observing a Battle from a Hillside and a Fortified City Beyond, O.O.C, 49in (124.cm)h x 32in (81cm). (1) See Illustration €2 - 3

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929 929 SALVADOR DALI (194-1989), Les Songes Drolatiques de Pantagruel, a portfolio of 2 lithographs on Japan paper, 1973, each hand signed in pencil by Dali and numbered 1/ at the lower right corner. The works illustrate the drewams of Pantagruel from the Francois Rabelais (1494-13) publication. Literature: Ralf Michler & Lutz Lopsinger, Salvador Dali, Catalogue Raisonne of Prints II; Lithographs and Wood Engravings 1956-1980, pp. 153-155. See Illustration â‚Ź7 - 11

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939 930 WILHELM NIENSTEDT (2/21ST CENTURY), Still Life - Cushion, Silver and Flowers on a Ledge, oil on copper, 1in (38cm)h x 19in (49cm). (1) €12 - 18 931 A BOKHARA RED GROUND RUG, with three rows of medallions inside a multiband border, 6ft4in (193cm) x 4ft 3in (13cm). (1) €2 - 3 932 A CIRCULAR BRASS SHIPS WALL CLOCK, by Barkers of Kensington, the silverised dial with Arabic numerals and mounted on an oak panel, 1.in (27cm). (1) €14 - 17 933 A DROP LEAF MAHOGANY PEMBROKE TYPE DINING TABLE, 19th century, the rectangular flaps with rounded corners and raised on four turned legs, 9in (1cm)h x 39in (99cm) ext. (1) €1 - 2 934 A HEAVY CAST IRON GARDEN OR PATIO CHAIR. (1) €8 - 12

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935 AN ART NOUVEAU BRASS OIL LAMP, with relief moulded and floral decorated yellow glass reservoir, on an etched yellow glass globe, on a reeded column on circular base, 29in (74cm). (1) €48 - 

939 MAURICE CANNING WILKS, (R.U.A. A.R.H.A, 191-1984), Mountainous Lake Scene, West of Ireland, O.O.C, signed lower right, 1.in (39cm)h x 19.in (49.cm). (1) See Illustration €1 - 2

936 AN EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY AND FLORAL MARQUETRY CHIFFONIER, the back with a swan neck pediment, above a bevelled kidney shaped mirror and a moulded shelf, on a base with a central frieze drawer, above two open shelves and flanked to either side with a bow fronted cupboard, each inlaid with musical trophies and flowers and raised on four cabriole legs with brass mounts, 84in (213cm)h x 47in (12cm)w. (1) €4 - 6 937 EARLY 2TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, Fishing Boats at Sun Rise, O.O.B, indistinctly signed lower left, 11.in (29cm)h x 1in (38cm)w. (1) €8 - 12 938 IN THE STYLE OF FERNANDO BOTERO (B.1932), Portrait of a Woman with Long Black Hair in Red Dress, Clutching a Book, O.O.C, signed Robert D’Loirasa and dated 22, 9in (149cm)h x 4in (12cm). (1) €3 - 4

94 940 VICTOR VASARELY (198-1997), Hearts, original colour lithograph, hand signed in pencil “Vasarely” at the lower right margin, hand numbered in pencil 189/2 in the lower left margin, on arches paper with watermark, 28in (71cm) x 19.in (cm), ex frame and mount. (1) See Illustration €1 - 2

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949 941 A FOUR FOLD CANVAS SCREEN, O.R.M, decorated with female figures on a beach, arched centre, 6in (142cm)h x 6in (142cm)w ext; together with a small ceramic plinth, 18in (46cm). (2) €7 - 9

945 CORNELIUS P. BREEN, The Children of Lir, a limited edition Bronze study, number /1 Irish Times Collection, on mahogany base, 7.in (19cm). (1) €2 - 3

942 A MODERN CIRCULAR CHIESE WOOL RUG, on a gold, cream and blue ground, the outer border decorated with sprays flowers, approx 133in (34cm) diameter. (1) € - 1

948 A GEORGIAN STYLE MAHOGANY SERPENTINE FRONTED BED SIDE CHEST OR LAMP STAND, with four drawers, on bracket feet, 2in (1cm)h x 16.in (42cm); together with a slender open bookcase, with fret cut sides and two drawers, 44in (112cm)h x 13.7in (3cm). (2) €1 - 2

943 A VICTORIAN EBONISED AND BOBBIN TURNED OCCASIONAL CHAIR, with padded back and long serpentine fronted seat, above an X-shaped stretcher with urn finials. (1). € - 7

944 944 JOSEPH WILLIAM CAREY (189-1937), White Smoke near Turf Stacks, West of Ireland, W/C, signed and dated 1931 lower left, 8in (2cm)h x 1in (38cm). (1) See Illustration €1 - 2

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947 A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY KNEE HOLE PEDESTAL DESK, the rectangular top above 3 frieze drawers, above an arched centre on two fixed pedestals, each with 3 drawers on a plinth, 32in (8cm)h x in (14cm)w x 32in (82cm)d. (1) €3 - 

946 946 HENRI DE TOULOUSE-LAUTREC (1864191), La Grande Loge, colour lithograph on vellum arches paper, 1964, 26in (66cm) x 17.in (4cm) ex. frame and mount, the work signed with the artist’s initials and signature in the plate at the lower right, as well inscribed with the publishers and printer name “Mourlot Imp. 1964 H. Duchamps Grav” at the lower left margin. See Illustration €2 - 4

949 A PAIR OF FINE DEMI-LUNE MAHOGANY SIDE TABLES, by James Hicks, in George III style, each with a fluted frieze, on square tapering panelled legs with block feet, 6in (142cm)w. (2) See Illustration € - 7 950 DENIS LONG (B.191), A Spanish Beauty Resting, W.C, signed lower right, 13.in (34cm)h x 19in (48cm). (1) €18 - 2 951 NETA MCCONNOCHIE, Light House with Sheep in Foreground, O.O.C, signed lower left, 14in (3cm)h x 23.in (6cm). (1) €1 - 2

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952 A PORTFOLIO OF TWELVE COLOURFUL UNFRAMED WATERCOLOURS, executed by artistic members of the Wynne family, late 19th century, various sizes. (12) €2 - 3

93 953 HENRI DE TOULOUSE-LAUTREC (1864191), Sitting Dancer, lithograph in colours on vellum arches paper, 26.2in (67cm) x 17.in (4cm) ex. frame & mount, the work is hand numbered in pencil “2/1 EA” at the lower left margin, part of edition of just 1 artist proofs aside the regular edition, also hand inscribed “Musee T. Lautrec” at the lower margin. (1) See Illustration €2 - 4

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954 TWO GILT METAL LAMP STANDARDS, modern; together with an old copper bed warmer and a sporting stick. (4) € - 7 955 19TH CENTURY ITALIAN SCHOOL, Figure and Horse by an Old Castle Ruin, O.O.B, 7in (17cm) tondo. (1) €1 - 2 956 A MODERN ELECTRIC BRASS COAL EFFECT FIRE, with arched back, 24in (61cm). (1) €3 - 6 957 A PAIR OF GILT BRASS TABLE LAMPS, 19th century, each ornate stem with leaf scroll and cartouche decoration, on a tri-form scroll base in the Rococo style, 34in (87cm) each including shade. (2) € - 8 958 A SMALL EARLY 2TH CENTURY CHILD’S DOG CARRIAGE, with basket back and sides, above solid seat and iron carriage, with iron wheels and leather tyres, 33in (84cm). (1) €1 - 22

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962 959 A VERY UNUSUAL LARGE NICKEL PLATED CAR MASCOT, modelled with an enamel racehorse with jockey up, mounted on a horse shoe, inscribed Cherry Pip, 6in (1cm); together with another equestrian bonnet mascot, modelled with horse and jockey, .in (14cm). (2) €1 - 2 960 AN EDWARDIAN INLAID MAHOGANY DISPLAY CABINET, with two glazed doors, each with four glazed panels and a lower inlaid panel, on square tapering slightly splayed legs, 66in (168cm)h x 48in (122cm)w. (1) €3 - 

961 CIRCLE OF SIR PETER LELY (1618-168), Portrait of a Lady Wearing Pearl Eardrops and Necklace, within a painted oval, O.O.C, in carved giltwood frame, 28in (71cm)h x 23in (8cm). (1) Provenance: Mealys, The Ben Truda House Sale, Goldberg, 2004. Note: An almost identical painting of this same sitter rests at the Long Gallery in Kilkenny Castle. See Illustration €2 -  962 JOHN FAULKNER RHA (183-1894), Felling Oaks, Extensive Landscape with Two Figures in Foreground, W/C, signed and inscribed, 16in (41cm)h x 26in (66cm). (1) See Illustration € - 7

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967 A VICTORIAN WALNUT DROP DIAL WALL CLOCK, with circular painted dial and Roman Numerals, 28in. (1) €1 - 2

963 963 WILLIAM NICHOLL (1794-184), Fortified Castle with Military Guard and other Figures, watercolour, indistinctly signed lower right, 9.2in (24cm) x 12in (3cm) See Illustration €2 - 4

968 968 AN ATTRACTIVE BRASS MOUNTED AND MARBLE MANTLE CLOCK, by Japy Freres Paris, with circuler enamel dial and Roman numerals striking on a steel bell, in a scroll moulded case, crested with a floral wreath and flanked to one side with a classical woman seated on a stool, holding a beads, hands rested on a book, on a rectangular white moulded marble base, 13in (33cm)h x 17.2in (44cm). (1) See Illustration €8 - 1

964 A FINE GRAINED ROSEWOOD AND MAHOGANY GRAND PIANO, by Bluthner of Leipsig, serial no. 716, with 48.in (123cm) keyboard, on heavy turned and fluted legs, 77in (19cm)L x 8in (147cm)w. (1) €1 - 2 965 A FRENCH PORCELAIN AND GILT BRASS TABLE LAMP, decorated with colourful flowers and a couple in a garden scene, 21in (3cm)h. (1) €34 - 36 966 A MODERN RECTANGULAR BEVELLED WALL MIRROR, in gilt frame, 36in (92cm)h x 24in (61cm); together with a coloured portrait print, The Evil Eye and another coloured print The Study of a Dachshund. (3) €7 - 9

97 970 CIRCLE OF STEPHEN CATTERSON SMITH (187-1872), Portrait of a Seated Lady, Half Length, Wearing a Pink Satin and Lace Dress, and her Hair in Ringlets, O.O.C, 29.in (7cm)h x 2in (63cm) in moulded gilt frame. (1) See Illustration € - 8

969 AN EDWARDIAN INLAID AND BOW FRONTED MAHOGANY DISPLAY CABINET, the arched top inlaid with bell flowers and ribbon bows, above two glazed doors, flanked with inlaid pilasters, raised on four cabriole legs, united by a stretcher shelf, 69in (17cm)h x 48in (122cm)w. (1) €4 - 6

971 971 SEAMUS HEANEY (1939-213), Poet’s Chair, a framed illustrated poem, signed by Heaney and Dmitri Hadzi (the woodcut illustrator) and dated ‘93, the poem published by William B. Ewert, framed, 23in (9cm) x 12in (3cm) ex. frame. (1) See Illustration €1 - 2 972 A GEORGE IV PERIOD MAHOGANY SERVING OR SIDE TABLE, with three quarter gallery with gadroon edge, above a gadroon moulded frieze on turned and spiral reeded legs, 38.in (98cm)h x 6.in (14cm)w. (1) See Illustration €8 - 12 972

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973 973 A LARGE RARE 19TH CENTURY OCTAGONAL SLATE SUNDIAL, dated 183, inscribed “Horizontal Sundial Systematically calculated for the north latitude degrees and minutes, west longitude, degrees and minutes, the Marines Compass, the twelve signs, the primary planets rectified”, the dial profusely inscribed with countries and cities of the world, towns and cites of Ireland, signs of the zodiac, months, hours, minutes are bond inscribed, “A table of the equation of time showing how much a good pendulum watch or clock ought to be faster or slower by a sun dial mathematically calculated for everyday in the year in minutes and seconds for the Meridian”. (1) See Illustration €1 - 2

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975 A FINE BOW FRONTED MAHOGANY INLAID AND CROSS BANDED SIDE TABLE OR DRESSING TABLE, 19th century, with three quarter gallery, above a frieze drawer, with an oval inlaid centre panel, raised on square tapering spade legs, headed with satinwood inlaid fan spandrels, 33in (84cm)h x 38in (97cm)w x 2in (64cm)d. (1) €7 - 11 976 A MODERN GILT CARTOUCHE SHAPED OVER MANTEL, with shell crest, above a mirror plate, in a leaf scroll moulded frame, 3in (89cm)h x 48in (122cm)w. (1) €8 - 12 977 A PHILIPS 6IN TERESTIAL DESK GLOBE, on turned wooden base, 11in (28cm). (1) €14 - 16

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980 A GEORGE III INLAID AND CROSSBANDED SATINWOOD AND MAHOGANY FOLDOVER CARD TABLE, of demi-lune form, the top border inlaid with two handled urns, each issuing bell flowers, above conforming frieze on square tapering spade legs, 37in (94cm). (1) See Illustration €7 - 11 978 978 JACQUELINE KENNEDY ONASSIS MEMORABILIA A framed letter from Jacqueline Kennedy to Mr. John Hanly, American Embassy, Paris, France, thanking him for all the help with her children and herself during their holiday to Switzerland signed Jacqueline Kennedy letter and dated Feb. 2 1966; together with three black and white photographs depicting scenes from their holiday, with certificate of authenticity. (1) See Illustration €2 - 4 979 A DEMI LUNE FOLDOVER WALNUT CARD TABLE, 2th century, on four square tapering legs, 36in (92cm)w. (1) €1 - 2

981 A MODERN BRASS FENDER, with fixed scroll hand irons and a set of four modern brass fire irons. () €1 - 1 982 A PAIR OF HEAVY VICTORIAN CAST IRON GARDEN URNS, each of vase form, with two rams mask handles in relief and floral garlands, on a stem base, 21in (3cm). (2) €28 - 3 983 A GOOD GEORGE IV PERIOD MAHOGANY BREAKFAST TABLE, probably Irish, the rectangular moulded top with a rose wood cross banding, on a carved and turned pineapple stem, with quadrophile concave base, and ring turned legs, ft (12cm)l x 3ft (91cm)w. (1) €4 - 6 984 A GOOD PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY RELIEF CAST CAMPANA SHAPED TWO HANDLED GARDEN URNS, each with classical figures in relief and two double mask handles, on stem base, one as is lacking square section, 29in (74cm). (2) €6 - 8

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985 A VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD POLE SCREEN, the shell and leaf crust above a tapestry panel with lamb and flowers, raised on a tri-pod base with scroll feet, 2.in (133cm). (1) €12 - 18 986 A LATE 18TH CENTURY OVAL MINIATURE PORTRAIT, on ivory, Lady Semi Draped and Seated with a Blue Cape Reading a Book, in (13cm)h x 4.in (11cm). (1) €14 - 16 987 A PAIR OF GEORGE III MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIRS, each with diamond shaped slatted back and stuff over seat on front square legs. (2) €1 - 2 988 A SET OF FIVE JAPANESE BLACK AND WHITE WOODCUTS, each depicting flowers or birds, 17in (43cm)h x 12.in (32cm). () €1 - 2 989 AN INLAID MAHOGANY CORNER CABINET, in the George III style, 2th century, the dentil inlaid and moulded cornice above an astragal glazed door and an inlaid panel door below, raised on bracket feet, 7in (178cm)h x 23in (3cm)w. (1) €2 - 3 990 AN OVAL DECORATED SATINWOOD OCCASIONAL TABLE, early 2th century, the top with musical trophies inside a ribbon and bead border, raised on 4 square tapering legs united by a shelf, 21in (3cm)w. (1) €1 - 22

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1001 AFTER JOHN STURGESS (ACT. 18691923) Punchestown Conyngham Cup 1872, a set of four large coloured racing engravings, each in maple frame, 22in (6cm)h x 3in (89cm)w. (4) €8 - 1 1002 ROBERT BALLAGH (B.1943), The Arched Entrance Gate at Trinity collage, Lmtd. edition lithograph, no 14 of 3, signed and dated by the artist in pencil, 1982, 3in (89cm)h x 24.in (62cm). (1) €1 - 2

991 991 A FRENCH WHITE MARBLE AND GILT BRASS MOUNTED MANTLE CLOCK, late 19th century, by Japy Freres, with lever movement striking on a steel bell, surmounted by kissing cherubs, above a convex floral decorated enamel dial, with Arabic numerals, on two corbel supports with floral brass mounts and a centre panel with a lyre, on a brass base, with leaf cast urn shaped legs, 13in (33cm)h x 12in (3cm). (1) See Illustration €12 - 16 992 A MAHOGANY INLAID AND DECORATED DISPLAY CABINET, the single door with three glazed panels and an inlaid panel below, raised on four square tapering spade legs, 69in (17cm)h x 27in (68cm)w. (1) €1 - 2 993 A PAIR OF CIRCULAR VICTORIAN WALNUT AND PARQUETRY FOOT STOOLS, each with bead tapestry top, on 3 white porcelain feet, 11in (28cm). (2) €8 - 12 994 GERALD J. BRUEN (RHA 198-24), Annamoe Co. Wicklow, O.O.B, 14.in (37cm)h x 18.in (47cm). (1) €3 -  995 TWO SIMILAR PAIRS OF VICTORIAN WALNUT SIDE CHAIRS, each with a centre splat, above a bow fronted seat, on turned tapering fluted legs. (4) €1 - 2

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996 A PAIR OF VERY ATTRACTIVE LINED AND INTERLINED BLUE AND WHITE PRINTED CURTAINS, decorated with figures, animals and birds in landscapes, 6ft wide x 86 drop. (2) €4 - 6 997 AN EDWARDIAN INLAID AND SATINWOOD BANDED MAHOGANY DISPLAY CABINET, the moulded top above a centre glazed door, with five glazed panels, and two conforming glazed panels to either side, on fixed stand with square tapering spade legs, flanked by a stretcher shelf, 68in (172cm)h x 48in (122cm)w. (1) €2 - 3 998 MARY MCGRATH (2TH/21ST CENTURY IRISH), Profile Portrait, Head Study of a Woman, charcoal, signed lower right, 22in (6cm)h x 16in (41cm). (1) €1 - 1 999 A GOOD MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE, in the Irish 18th century style, the rectangular top with gadroon edge, over and apron carved with a basket of fruit and scrolling foliage, raised on leaf carved cabriole legs with ball and claw feet, 3in (76cm)h x in (127cm)w. (1) €7 - 11 1000 A HEAVY PAIR OF LINED IVORY GROUND CURTAINS, with colourful crewel work design, with scrolling flowers, approx 8ft wide x 86in drop. (2) €4 - 6

1003 A MAHOGANY SETTEE IN THE CHIPPENDALE STYLE, with shaped padded back and arm rests, above a padded seat on front leaf carved cabriole legs with ball and claw feet, 6in (16cm). (1) €7 - 9 1004 A SMALL WALNUT CASED MINIATURE BRACKET OR TABLE CLOCK, in the Georgian style, O.R.M, by Elliot, a brass ring handle on an arched top and raised on brass bracket feet, 7in (18cm). (1) €14 - 16 1005 ATTRIB. HENRY HARRIS (182-1926) An Extensive River Landscape, with Figures and Horse by a Bridge in Foreground, O.O.C, bares inscriptions verso, 3in (89cm)h x 9in (1cm). (1) €8 - 12 1006 A BLACK AND WHITE PRINT, depicting The Kilkenny Senior Hurling Team, All Ireland Champions, 1957, from a supplement to the Kilkenny Journal, September 7th, 197, naming the full team, 9.in (24cm)h x 13in (33cm) in moulded frame. (1) €7 - 9 1007 A LATE 19TH CENTURY CARVED OAK PEDASTEL DESK, in the 17th century style, with three frieze drawers, and three pedestal drawers to either side, 61in (11cm)w. (smoke damaged). (1) €2 - 3 1008 A LEG OF MUTTON RELIEF CAST AMERICAN BRASS POWDER FLASK, embossed with military trophies and crest in relief, 8.2in (21cm); a smaller similar copper ditto, 4in (1cm) and another brass powder flask. (3) €8 - 1 1009 AN AFGHAN RUG, 2th century, with two hexagonal medallions in iron red, on a dark blue ground inside three borders, 11in (27cm) x 48in (122cm). (1) €2 - 3

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1015 AN EDWARDIAN WALNUT CHEFFINIER, with two glazed upper doors, on a conforming base with frieze drawer and a centre glazed cupboard, raised on cabriole legs, 41in (14cm)w (smoke damaged). (1) €1 - 1

111 1011 ANNE S. KING-HARMAN (1919-1979), Tully Cross, Connemara, With a Row of Thatched Cottages and a Church, W.C signed lower left and inscribed verso, 1in (26cm)h x 19in (48cm). (1) See Illustration €3 -  1012 A FACSIMILE PRINT, of The Irish Proclamation; together with a facsimile framed print describing Michael Collins, titled Michael Collins Chief of the I.R.A,and Organiser of Ambushes and Murders, in moulded frame. (2) €2 - 3

11 1010 AN IRISH PROVINCIAL LONG CASE CLOCK, by George Aicken, Cork, early 19th century, the arched brass dial with Arabic and Roman numerals, subsidiary dial for seconds and date aperture, signed in the arch on a roundel flanked with dolphin spandrels, the mahogany hood flanked with two half reeded and fluted brass inlaid pilasters, above a nicely coloured door on moulded box base trunk, 89in (228cm)h x 2in (cm)w. (1) See Illustration €17 - 2

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1013 A FINE IRISH MAHOGANY LONGCASE CLOCK, late 18th century by David Gordon, Dublin, the unusual circular brass dial with Roman and Arabic numerals, around a circular panel with subsidary dial for seconds and date apature signed on the ribbon band, the shaped hood with 3 brass ball finials, above an arched and panelled trunk door, on a moulded box base with bracket feet, 9in (229cm)h x 18in (46cm)w. (1) See Illustration €1 - 2 1014 A WING ARMCHAIR, in the Chippendale style, covered in burgundy brocade, raised on front cabriole legs with ball and claw feet. (1) €3 - 4

116 1016 A 19TH CENTURY FRENCH GILT BRASS MANTLE CLOCK, by Foy Paris, the silk suspension movement, striking on a steel bell, with white enamel dial and Roman numerals, signed on the dial and stamped on the back plate, the clock surmounted by a military figure on horseback, with cannon gun and riffle, on a bow fronted fixed base, applied with military trophies and inset with white marble panels, 19in (48cm)h x 18in (47cm)w. (1) See Illustration €7 - 8 1017 A MAHOGANY KNEEHOLE DRESSING TABLE, c. 19, with oval swing frame mirror, flanked with two small chests, each with three drawers and an arrangement of  drawers below, on square tapering panelled legs, 1in (13cm)w (smoke damage) (1) €8 - 1

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1018 A PAIR OF MODERN WING ARMCHAIRS, covered in red trellis type fabric on shell capped cabriole legs with pad feet. (2) €1 - 3

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1024 A 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL PORCELAIN PLAQUE, probably German, depicting The Madonna and Child, 6in (1cm)h x in (12.cm)w. (1) €18 - 2 1025 TWO SIMILAR HORSE SHOE SHAPED TUB ARM CHAIRS, each on front turned legs. (as is - both smoke damaged). (2) €8 - 12 1026 A PAIR OF HEAVY CAST BRASS AROMORIAL FIRE DOGS, each crested with an acorn, above two dolphin masks, and two lions rampant, flanking a shield, 21in (3cm)h x 12in (31cm)h. (2) €38 - 4 1027 A SEMI ANTIQUE TURKISH PRAYER RUG, the gold and blue ground with stylised flowers and towers inside a wide border, 84.in (214cm)h x 4.in (116cm). (1) €18 - 2

1031 AN OLD MCMICHAEL RADIO GRAPH, in bow fronted walnut veneered case, with Bakelite knobs and mounts, the hinged top opening to reveal a circular paper dial, with listed major radio cities, and a turn table for records, two speakers to the front and raised on cabriole legs, 3in (76cm). (1) €8 - 9 1032 A SEMI ANTIQUE IRON RED GROUND FLORAL ORIENTAL RUG, 6ft 3in (19cm) x 4ft 1.in (126cm) as is. (1) €8 - 1 1033 AN OBLONG SERPENTINE SHAPED VICTORIAN STOOL, with deep button padded seat and raised on turned baluster reeded legs, 47in (119cm)w. (1) €44 - 

1028 A WALL MOUNTED BRONZE SUNDIAL WITH FONT, modern, 13in (33cm); together with a two handled spelter urn, on marble base, 18in (46cm). (2) € - 7 1029 A MODERN BRASS AND CAST IRON FENDER, 62in (18cm), a copper and brass fuel bucket, and another coal helmet. (3) € - 8 1030 A PAIR OF ART DECO STYLE STAINLESS STEEL CLUB ARM CHAIRS, each with a tan hide covered sprung seat and back. (2) €18 - 22

134 1034 E.N. STEVENSON (2TH/21ST CENTURY IRISH), Roadside Thatched Cottage, with Two Figures, Co. Galway, W.C, signed lower left, 1in (26cm)h x 14in (36cm)w. (1) See Illustration €1 - 2

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1035 TWO ACID ETCHED WALL MIRRORS, each with a portrait of a woman, in a maple frame, one inscribed Autumn, 33in (84cm)h x 1in (39cm)w, the other smaller; together with a rectangular marble box, a cylindrical box, an oyster veneered box and a white metal cigar box. (6) €7 - 9 1036 A REGENCY STYLE MAHOGANY WINDOW STOOL, with two brass mounted lyre ends, above a padded seat, raised on four sabre legs, 49in (12cm). (1) €4 -  1037 GAETANO DE GENNARO (189-199) Inishere 1943, pastel depicting a lady knitting, signed, inscribed and dated lower left, 28in (71cm) x 21in (3cm). (1) €4 - 6 1038 NAOMI HEATHER (1911-1989), Gypsy Sunday with Families and Gypsy Wagons, W/C, signed lower right, 1in (38cm)h x 22in (6cm). (1) See Illustration €300 - 400 1040 A VICTORIAN ROSE WOOD STOOL, with bead tapestry covered seat, on four moulded cabriole legs, 17in (43cm). (1) €38 - 44 1041 A BOKHARA GROUND BOKHARA RUG, on a rust ground with three rows of octagons inside a triple border, 8cm (147cm)h x 38.in (98cm). (1) €1 - 2 1042 A BREAKFRONT MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD, 19th century, in the Chippendale style, with 3/4 gallery above a centre frieze drawer and two recessed cupboard doors, flanked to either side with larger doors, raised on six leaf carved cabriole legs with ball and claw feet, 79in (21cm). (1) €2 - 3

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1046 A REGENCY STYLE GILT PIER MIRROR, with inverted breakfront cornice, above a trellis pattern frieze and a mirror plate, within reeded pilasters, 6in (13cm)h x 23in (8cm). (1) €4 - 

1044 A SERPENTINE FRONTED MAHOGANY CHEST ON CHEST, in the George III style, with dental moulded cornice, above an arrangement of 8 drawers and a brushing slide, raised on bracket feet, 69in (17cm)h x 33in (84cm). (smoke and fire damage) (1) €8 - 1

1047 A PAIR OF BRASS MOUNTED AND INLAID FRENCH WALNUT LAMP TABLES OR ETAGERES, each with a circular top and frieze drawer, raised on square tapering legs, united by a concave stretcher shelf, 28in (71cm)h x 16in (41cm). (2) €4 - 

1045 AN EXCEPTIONAL IRISH CARVED MAHOGANY MASK SIDE TABLE, 19th century, probably by Butler of Dublin, the rectangular top with gadroon edge, above a large central mask, issuing bell flowers and scrolling foliage and two open double sea scroll panels, inset with carved ho ho birds, with similar side aprons and raised on four carved cabriole legs, each headed with a mask on ball and claw feet, 3in (89cm)h x 7in (191cm)w x 31in (79cm)d. (1) See Illustrations on page 91 €3 - 

1048 A TALL SLENDER BRASS MOUNTED FRENCH STYLE COMMODE, with six serpentine fronted drawers and raised on cabriole legs, 43.in (11cm)h x 18in (46cm). (1) €4 -  1049 AN OLD ELM STICK BACK KITCHEN ARMCHAIR, with solid seat, on front turned legs, smoke damage. (1) €8 - 12

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1 1050 ATTRIB. TO JOHN HOPPNER (178-181), Marie (nee Walpole) Duchess of Gloucester and Edinburgh Seated, in White Satin Dress, O.O.C, 49in (12cm)h x 39in (99cm)w. (1) Maria Walpole was the daughter of Edward Walpole and Dorethy Clement. Her grandfather was Robert Walpole, considered to be the first Prime Minister of England (1721-1741). Her parents were not married and this illegitimate status hindered her social status despite her family connection. She married James Waldegrave, 2nd Earl Waldegrave 1759, who died 1763 leaving her a widow. On September 1766, she married Prince William Henry, Duke of Gloucester and brother of King George III. The marriage was conducted in secret as the British Royal family would not have approved of a marriage between a Royal Prince and a widow of non Royal rank and of illegitimate birth. See Illustration €2 - 3

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1051 SITVERSON, Still Life - Chinese Porcelain and Fruit on a Table, oil on canvas laid on board, signed, 23” x 36” (9cms x 91cm). (1) €12 - 1

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12 1052 A GOOD EARLY 19TH CENTURY INLAID MAHOGANY STICK BAROMETER, by John BA—Li of Bath, with silverised dial, with thermometer, 37in (94cm). (1) See Illustration €6 - 8 1053 A PAIR OF KIDNEY SHAPED EBONY STRUNG FRENCH STYLE WALNUT PEDESTALS, each with three drawers and brass mounts, on tapering cabriole legs, united by a kidney shaped stretcher shelf, 32in (81cm)h x 2in (1cm). (2) € - 6 1054 AN OLD GRAMOPHONE, THE VOKAL, with hinged top and two cupboard doors below, on cabriole legs, 24in (61cm)w. (1) €4 - 6 1055 A REGENCY PERIOD AND EBONY STRUNG BOW FRONTED MAHOGANY CHEST, with three long and two short drawers, raised on bracket feet, 42in (17cm)w, smoke damage. (1) €1 - 2 1056 EARLY 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, Still Life: A Wine Urn, A Lemon and a Glass on a Ledge, O.O.P., 16.in (42cm)h x 12.2in (31cm). (1) €24 - 26

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17 1057 A SINGLE FUSEE BRASS SKELETON CLOCK, late 19th century, with cut brass frame and silverised dial, with Roman numerals, 14in (36cm). (1) See Illustration € - 6 1058 A VERY GOOD QUALITY SLOPE FRONT SATIN WOOD AND ROSE WOOD BANDED INLAID BUREAU BOOKCASE, in George III style, of slender proportions, the moulded cornice above two astragal glazed doors, the slope front opening to reveal a nicely fitted interior, with drawers and pigeon hole compartments,above three long drawers and raised on bracket feet, 7.in (192cm)h x28in (71cm)w. (1) €8 - 1

1060 AN ATTRACTIVE SERPENTINE SHAPED FRENCH STYLE WALNUT SIDE TABLE, with ornate brass mounts and inlaid top, above a frieze drawer, raised on cabriole legs, 29in (74cm)h x 3in (76cm)w. (1) €38 - 4 1061 A GEORGE III PERIOD EBONY STRUNG MAHOGANY KNIFE BOX, with slope front opening to reveal a slotted interior, applied with two side handles and a cover handle and a brass lock plate, raised on four brass paw feet, 14in (36cm)h x 9in (23cm)w. (1) €6 - 7 1062 A GOOD QUALITY CURLY MAPLE ROSEWOOD AND SATINWOOD BANDED EDWARDIAN DESK, by Edwards & Roberts, the super structure with two bow fronted sections, each with two drawers under a three quarter brass gallery, flanking a piano fronted lift top stationary compartment and a tooled leather top, above a centre concave frieze drawer and three smaller bow fronted drawers to either side, raised on square tapering legs, 38in (97cm)h x 48in (122cm). (1) See Illustration €2 - 3

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163 1063 A LARGE RECTANGULAR 19TH CENTURY SWISS MUSIC BOX, with 24 airs, marquetry inlaid and kingwood banded case, brass drum and polished steel comb, in pristine condition and working order, case 28in (71cm)w. (1) See Illustration €1 - 2 1064 A PAIR OF TWO BRANCH THREE LIGHT SILVER PLATED CANDELABRA, in the Adams style, each with octagonal base, 1.2in (27cm). (2) €12 - 16 1065 AN EMPIRE STYLE BOW FRONTED WALNUT AND BRASS MOUNTED CORNER CUPBOARD, O.R.M, with green marble top, above a frieze drawer and a nicely figured panel door below, flanked to either side with figural pilasters, on shaped base, 33in (84cm)h x 24in (61cm)w. (1) €34 - 36 1066 TAXIDERMY, An 8lb Brown Trout, caught in Portacarron Bay Lough Corrib, stuffed and mounted in a glass case, 26in (66cm)long. (1) €2 - 3 1067 A PAIR OF ATTRACTIVE GILT PIER MIRRORS, each crested with bunches of grapes on vines, on a rustic frame, around a mirror plate, 4in (137cm)h x 33in (84cm)w. (2) See Illustration €1 - 1

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168 1068 JOHN FREDERICK HERRING JUNIOR (181197), Two Plough Horses in an Extensive River Landscape, with Figures and Horses Beyond, O.O.C, signed and dated lower centre 182, 1in (38cm)h x 2in (cm). (1) Provenance: Sir Thomas Lucas Bt., Christies London Lot 241 7th June 1902 See Illustration â‚Ź3 - 

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1069 TWO DEER SKIN RUGS, 49in (12cm) long approx. (2) € - 7

1079 HUMPHREY (2TH CENTURY), Two Figures in a Farmyard, O.O.P, signed lower right, 11.in (29cm)h x1.in (39cm). (1) €1 - 2

1070 AN ATTRACTIVE PAIR OF WALNUT AND CROSS BANDED BACHELORS CHESTS, in the George III style, O.R.M. each with a rectangular moulded top and a brushing slide, over four long graduating drawers, raised on bracket feet, 3in (76cm)h x 2.in (6cm). (2) €84 - 86 1071 MILDRED ANNE BUTLER (RWS RVA 188-1941), Studies of a Cat, charcoal on paper, signed with monogram M.A.B, and dated Dec. 27th ‘98 lower right, 17in (43cm)h x 23in (8cm)w. (1) See Illustration €4 - 6 1072 P. MCDOUAGH (2TH CENTURY IRISH), Three Irish Landscapes, each W/C, each signed, 7in (18cm)h x 9in (23cm)w approx; together with a small oval W/C portrait of an infant by B. Gordan, 8.in (2cm). (4) €6 - 8

1080 A SERABEND WEST PERSIAN RUNNER, with rows of hooked grills, on a burgundy ground, inside an ivory border, 139in (33cm)h x 29.in (7cm)w. (1) €1 - 2 1081 ALEXANDER WILLIAMS, (RHA 1846-193) Cold Wharf, Kingston on Thames, and its companion View of Kingston on Thames, a pair of watercolours, both inscribed and also inscribed, Jorgensen Fine art label verso, .2in (13cm)h x 8.7in (22cm). (2) €3 - 

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1075 HENRY FREDERICK LUCAS-LUCAS, (1848-1943), Portrait of a Hunter in a Stable, Don Ceasar, O.O.C, signed and dated ‘92 lower left, 19in (48cm)h x 26in (66cm). (1) See Illustration €8 - 12 1076 A GOOD SERPENTINE SHAPED MAHOGANY SIDE BOARD, in the George III style by James Hicks of Dublin, the raised back above three frieze drawers above a cupboard and a larger box drawer raised on panel legs, 81in (26cm). (1) See Illustration €1 - 2 1077 A PAIR OF COLOURED CHARACUTURE COLOURED PRINTS, Morning, Night, framed as one; together with a pair of Victorian song sheet covers; together with a coloured map of Worcestershire; a coloured print Horse and Hound; and an old oil painting, Cottage in a Landscape, and a mirror. (7) €2 - 3

173 1073 A VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD CIRCULAR MINIATURE DINING TABLE, with moulded top on a turned stem and tri form base, with bun feet, 1in (26cm); together with another similar mahogany ditto, 1.in (27cm); and another miniature walnut dining table, on tripod base, 8in (2cm). (3) See Illustration €2 - 3

1078 ATTRIB. TO JOHN E. FERNELY SENIOR (1782-186), Study of a Saddled Chestnut Hunter in a Stable, Mr. Ralph Lambton’s Shuttlecock, O.O.C, 27.in (7cm)h x 29in (73cm). (1) See Illustration €3 - 

1082 19TH CENTURY ITALIAN PORCELAIN PANEL, decorated with a portrait depicting St Anne and the Blessed Virgin,as a Young Girl, bears inscription, 6.in (17cm)h x in (12cm). (1) € - 8 1083 A ZIEGLER CARPET, the green ground with stylised floral field inside a cream floral border, 11ft 3in (343cm) x 8ft 6in (29cm). (1). €3 -  1084 AN EAST PERSIAN MESHED CARPET, with large floral cruciform medallion on a red ground with floral spandrels inside a conforming border, 14in (37cm)h x 12in (26cm). (1) €3 - 4 1085 GERRY MARJORAM (B. 1936), Woodland River Scene, O.O.B, signed lower left, 2in (1cm)h x 34in (61cm). (1) €4 - 6 1086 A BRASS HORSE HEAD TABLE LAMP, modern, 29in (74cm). (1) €8 - 12

1074 A. LEWIS (19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL), Young Lady with Basket on a Woodland Path, W/C, signed lower right and dated 189, 17in (43cm)h x 11.in (29cm)w. (1) €1 - 22 176

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1087 A VERY ATTRACTIVE 19TH CENTURY PORCELAIN MANTLE CLOCK, by Nathan & Co. with outside count wheel, striking on a steel bell, the barrel shaped vine encrusted case surmounted and flanked with three cherubs, each holding a basket of grapes, above a convex enamel dial with Arabic and Roman numerals, on a flower encrusted rugged style base, with another reclining cherub, and a short ladder verso, 16in (41cm)h x 11in (28cm)w. (1) See Illustration €18 - 2 1088 A FRENCH BRASS WHITE AND BLACK MARBLE DOUBLE OBELISK MANTLE CLOCK, with silk suspension movement and outer count wheel, striking on a steel bell with convex enamel dial with Roman and Arabic numerals, and a date hand, the cylindrical brass case surmounted with a classical woman wearing a plume helmet and holding a spear and a shield, and supported by two brass mounted black marble obelisks, each standing on a plinth, with brass hanging chains, on a rectangular platform, with eight small brass bollard’s, united by brass chains with brass trellis panels and brass feet, 21in (3cm)h 1in (38cm)w. (1) See Illustration €2 - 3

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192 1091 AN OLD PUB ADVERTISING POSTER, for Player’s Cigarettes, depicting a racing scene, in old frame, 17in (43cm)h x 24in (6cm)w. (1) €7 - 9

1092 A THREE COMPARTMENT GILT OVER MANTEL MIRROR, attributed to Bregazzi of Dublin, with cartouche and leaf crest, early 2th century, with scroll spandrels, 8in. (1) See Illustration €7 - 9

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112 1098 A PAIR OF GOOD QUALITY GOTHIC STYLE ALTER CANDLE STANDS, each with a pierced brass gallery, above a spiral fluted single knop stem, on circular base with three lion paw feet, 27in (68cm)h. (2) €38 - 4 1099 A LARGE BRASS CANDLE STANDARD, in the Gothic style, with pierced cruciform gallery, on a five knop stem, and tripod base, 6in (142cm)h. (1) €4 - 

193 1093 ATTRIB. TO JOHN JACKSON (1778-1831), Reverent Joseph Robertson, an oval portrait, O.O.B., inscribed verso, 19.in (49cm)h x 1.in (39cm). (1) See Illustration €9 - 12 1094 A FRAMED PUB ADVERTISING POSTER, for McKibbins Old Irish Whiskey, in moulded frame, 19.2in (49cm)h x 2.in (6cm). (1) €7 - 9 1095 A WEST PERSIAN (LILIHAN) RUG, with dark red floral ground, inside a dark blue border, 194cm x 1cm. (1) €2 - 3

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196 1096 AFTER JOSEPH HIGHMORE (1692-178), His Royal Highness William Augustus Duke of Cumberland, a portrait by J. Moran 1826, O.O.C, signed and inscribed verso, 24in (61cm) x 17.in (44cm). (1) See Illustration €2 - 3 1097 A FRAMED GUINESS ADVERTISING POSTER, 19.in (cm)h x 13.in (34cm). (1) €7 - 8

1100 A MAHOGANY WASH STAND, in the George III style, O.R.M, with circular dish top above a shelf with two drawers and raised on a tri-pod base, 3in (89cm). (1) €7 - 1 1101 A SIX BRANCH BRASS CEILING LIGHT, each arm in the form of a hunting bugle, together with two matching wall lights. (3) €3 -  1102 A MAHOGANY DINING TABLE, in the George III style, by James Hicks of Dublin, the rectangular top with two spare leaves and projecting corners, raised on square tapering legs, on block feet, stamped, 9ft2in (28cm) x 4ft (122cm). (1) See Illustration €2 - 3

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1103 A PAIR OF HEAVY LATE 19TH CENTURY PRICKET CANDLE STANDS, each with a circular top in the form of battlements, on a three knop stem, on a circular four stage base, supported by three stylized lions, 24in (61cm). (1) €3 -  1104 TWO MODERN BRASS STANDARD LAMPS. (2) €8 - 12

11 1105 RICHARD WARD (B. 1944), a set of five gouache paintings, all depicting various game birds, each signed lower right, 12.in (32in)h x 13.in (34cm). () See Illustrations €8 - 12

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119 1109 RICHARD WARD (B. 1944), Study of a Snipe, O.O.C, 13in (33cm)h x 17in (43cm). (1) See Illustration €2 - 3

117 1107 AN ATTRACTIVE FRENCH LYRE CLOCK, with gilt and bronzed metal mounts and a sunburst crest with female mask, above hanging fruit swags, the lyre shaped wooden frame with brass bead moulding, around a circular convex enamel dial, decorated with floral swags and ribbon bows, with Arabic numerals, on a conforming oval base, 14in (36cm)h. (1) See Illustration €1 - 1

1110 A 19TH CENTURY MOTHER O’ PEARL INLAID ROSEWOOD WHEEL BAROMETER, with swan neck pediment and brass urn finial, by Gardner of Glasgow, with four dials, 4in (12cm)h. (1) See Illustration € - 6 1111 A PAIR OF MAHOGANY OPEN BOOKCASES, in the Georgian style, by James Hicks of Dublin, each with three shelves and a blind cut frieze on square legs,64.in (113cm) high, 3in (77cm) wide. (2) See Illustration €12 - 18

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118 1108 RICHARD WARD (B. 1944), Study of Two Squirrels on Tree branch, gouache, signed lower right, 14.in (37cm)h x 19in (48cm). (1) See Illustration €2 - 3

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1120 A MAHOGANY TRAY TOP NIGHT-TIME COMMODE, George III period, with two cupboard doors and cut-out handles, raised on adapted square legs, 3in (76cm) high, 22in (6cm) wide. (1) €3 -  1121 AN INLAID MAHOGANY TRAY TOP BEDSIDE POT CUPBOARD, George IV and later, with two panel doors and a drawer, on four square legs, 31in (79cm) high, 2in (1cm) wide. (1) €28 - 3 1122 LATE 18TH CENTURY EARLY 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, Busy Street Scene, with Horses and Carriages and Numerous Pedestrians, W.C, 1in (38cm)h x 12in (3cm). (1) €1 - 2 1114

1112 FERGUS O’RYAN (R.H.A. A.N.C.A. 19111989) Near Blessington Co. Wicklow, oil on board, signed lower right and inscribed on label verso, 19in (48cm) x 28in (71cm). (1) €6 - 9

1118 19TH CENTURY ANGLO IRISH SCHOOL, Portrait of a Lady in Black Dress, with white lace collar and wearing a black feather hat, W/C 12.in (32cm)h x 1in (26cm)w. (1) €1 - 2

1113 A PAIR OF SPIRAL FLUTED BEECH TORCHERES, O.R.M, each with circular moulded top and base, 36in (91cm). (2) €7 - 9

1116 A SMALL MAHOGANY BEDSIDE PEDESTAL, with drawer and cupboard on short cabriole legs. (1) €8 - 1 1117 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY DINING CHAIR, the arched back with a pierced splat and drop in seat on square chambered legs. (1) €1 - 2

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1124 A PAIR OF WATERFORD CRYSTAL CYLINDRICAL GLASS TABLE LAMPS, with strawberry and flute cut bands, 14in (36cm)each. (2) €1 - 2 1125 A LARGE GEORGIAN STYLE MAHOGANY WARDROBE, by James Hicks of Dublin, the centre with two double panel doors and two conforming doors to each side on a breakfront plinth base, 8in (23cm)h x 71in (196cm)w. (1) €6 - 9

1114 AN ATTRACTIVE OVAL INLAID MARQUETRY CENTRE TABLE, in the style of William Moore, probably by James Hicks of Dublin, the top with central medallion or fan inside a marquetry band with conforming frieze on square tapering legs, 39in (99cm). (1) See Illustration €8 - 1 1115 A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY MAHOGANY DINING ROOM ARMCHAIR, with shield shaped pierced back and stuff over seat with front square tapering legs. (1) €1 - 1

1123 A PAIR OF MODERN BUTTON BACK TUB ARMCHAIRS, covered in attractive blue fabric. (2) €1 - 2

1126 A TALL MAHOGANY CHEVAL MIRROR, in the George III style, the plate raised on square supports and down turned legs with brass casters, 33in (84cm). (1) €3 - 

1119 1119 A CROSSBANDED HARDWOOD AND MAHOGANY TALLBOY CHEST, by James Hicks Dublin (stamped), the upper section with two cupboard doors, each inlaid with an oval above five graduating drawers raised on ogee bracket feet, 2in (64cm) wide, 6in (12cm) high. (1) See Illustration €6 - 8

1127 1127 A SMALL MAHOGANY PEDESTAL KNEE HOLE DESK early Victorian, the rectangular top with a red tooled leather inset, above three frieze drawers and two recessed cupboards below, raised on an inverted breakfront plinth, 49in (124cm)h. (w). (1) See Illustration €6 - 9

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1128 A GEORGE IV PERIOD MAHOGANY DROP LEAF PEMBROKE TABLE, with centre frieze drawer flanked with D-shaped flaps on ring turned legs, 36in. (1) €1 - 2 1129 A PAIR OF MODERN TWO SEAT SETTEES, with loose cushions covered in gold fabric. (2) €2 - 3 1130 A BOW FRONTED MAHOGANY WARDROBE, early 2th century, with two doors on a base with two drawers, 42in (17cm). (1) €2 - 3 1131 A SMALL BEDSIDE PEDESTAL, with gadroon edge on cabriole legs. (1) € - 9 1132 A WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE, the rectangular moulded top above two frieze drawers on turned supports, united by an X-framed stretcher, as is, 26in (66cm). (1) €1 - 2 1133 A TRIPLE GOURD CUT CRYSTAL TABLE LAMP, on mahogany base, 16in (4cm); together with a carved conc shell with cameo panels, converted to a table lamp, 8.in (22cm). (2) €1 - 2

1142 1137 A LATE 19TH CENTURY LEATHER BOUND BOX, by Mansfield Dublin, with bramah lock, 1.in (27cm); and a William IV ebony strung and cross banded mahogany box, 12.in (3cm). (2) €8 - 1

1141 A MAHOGANY DRESSING TABLE, probably by Hicks of Dublin, with concave centre frieze drawer flanked to each side with two smaller drawers and two cupboards, raised on square tapering spade legs, 48in (122cm). (1) €2 - 3

1138 A VICTORIAN WALNUT FOOTSTOOL, with padded feet on X-framed supports on scroll legs, 24in (61cm). (1) €28 - 3

1142 ROY LYNDSAY (B. 193), The Irish Derby 1985, O.O.C. signed and dated lower right, 18in (46cm) x 29in (74cm). (1) See Illustration €8 - 1

1139 A PAIR OF BOW FRONTED TWO TIER BEDSIDE PEDESTALS, each with a drawer on square legs, 28.in (72cm) high, 17in (43cm). (2) €3 - 4

1134 1134 E.N. STEVENSON (2TH/21ST CENTURY IRISH), Delphi Connemara, signed lower left, 1in (26cm)h x 14in (36cm). (1) See Illustration €1 - 22 1135 A BOW FRONTED MAHOGANY KNEE HOLE DRESSING TABLE, 2th century, with two frieze drawers and two lower drawers on cabriole legs, 4in (114cm). (1) €7 - 12 1136 A SHIELD SHAPED DRESSING TABLE MIRROR, in the George III style, on shaped frame, 14in (36cm). (1) €8 - 12

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114 1140 A PAIR OF THREE TIER MAHOGANY BEDSIDE PEDESTALS, by James Hicks of Dublin, each with three quarter gallery on square supports, 18in (46cm). (1) See Illustration €6 - 9

1143 1143 A FINE QUALITY INLAID AND CROSS BANDED MAHOGANY CHEST, by James Hicks of Dublin with three long and two short drawers on square tapering spade legs, stamped, 33in (84cm) wide, 42in (17cm). (1) See Illustration €6 - 9

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1146 1144 A PAIR OF ATTRACTIVE PARIAN WARE WALL BRACKETS, each with a moulded breakfront shelf, supported by a winged cherub mask, 7in (18cm)h x 7in (18cm)w. (2) €1 - 2 1145 A MAHOGANY BEDSTEAD BY JAMES HICKS OF DUBLIN, in the Art Deco style, with arched and stepped head, above a kingwood banded panel and a conforming footboard, 48in (122cm). (1) €1 - 2 1146 DERMOD O’ BRIEN, (P.P.R.H.A, 186-194) A Study of a Hound, O.O.C, 9in (23cm)h x 1in (38cm). (1) See Illustration €4 -  1148 RICHARD WARD (B.1944), Study of a Barn Owl, O.O.C, signed lower right, 9in (23cm)h x 7.in (19cm). (1) €1 - 2 1150 A BRASS MANTEL CLOCK, 2th century, in the French style, with urn finial, 2in (1cm). (1) €3 -  1151 AN OVAL PAINTED ART NOUVEAU BRASS CHEVAL FIRE SCREEN, with bevelled mirror panel, 23in (9cm)h; together with a large copper kettle and a 19th century bright cut brass trivet. (3) €1 - 1

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1152 A LARGE HEAVY COPPER FUEL BIN, with riveted bands, on three brass lion paw feet, 13in (33cm). (1) € - 7 1153 A PAIR OF MAHOGANY STOOLS, in the George II style, each with cream covered serpentine shaped drop in seats, raised on six shell carved cabriole legs with pad feet, 4in (114cm). (2) €1 - 2 1154 A LARGE RECTANGULAR LIMESTONE TROUGH, 8in (148cm)h x 2in (1cm). (1) € - 7 1155 A LARGE EARLY IRISH CIRCULAR GRANITE QUERN STONE, in two parts 36in (91cm)d. (1) €4 - 6 1156 TWO SIMILAR EARLY IRISH GRANITE QUERN STONES, 23in (8cm). (1) €2 - 3 1157 A HEAVY LIMESTONE SPHERE, 19th century, 13in (33cm); together a limestone tether. (2) €1 - 1

1158 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS, comprising 2 stuffed squirrels, 4 gilt metal Victorian photo frames, a carved cameo shells, a quantity of miscellaneous porcelain etc. (box lot) €1 - 2 1159 A GOOD CARVED GILTWOOD PIER MIRROR, George II style, with shell and swan neck crest above a bevelled plate in a moulded frame above a leaf and shell apron, 6in (143cm) x 32in (81cm). (1) €2 - 3 1160 A 19TH CENTURY BRASS FENDER, with four bulbous finials, on tubular brass rails, on moulded base with four feet, 48in (122cm) approx. (1) €2 - 3 1161 A GOOD QUALITY PERSIAN RUG with three large star medallions on dark blue field with stylized flowers inside a conforming border, 81in (26cm) x 48in (122cm). €18 - 2 1162 LEON O‘KENNEDY (19-1979), Mountainous West of Ireland Scene with Double Arched Bridge in Foreground, and it’s companion, Thatched Cottage, West of Ireland, each oil on canvas, unframed, unmounted, one signed lower right and dated 1947, 36in (91cm)h x 3in (13cm). (2) €3 - 

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Day 3 Thursday, 23rd October 1301 A 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL WALNUT SIDE TABLE or console table, the rectangular top with a frieze drawer, raised on S-scroll supports and raised on a concave plinth, 42in (17cm)w. (1) €1 - 2 1302 A LARGE CARVED GILT WALL MIRROR in the late 18th century Florentine style, the leaf crest above a bevelled plate within a gadroon border and an ornate leaf moulded frame 71in (18cm) x 48in (122cm). (1) €2 - 3 1303 OLD STAFFORDSHIRE FIGURES OF DOG AND CAT the cat seated and the dog standing, 121⁄2in (32cm). (2) €1 - 2 1304 AN AFRICAN CARVED FAUX IVORY VASE, early 2th century, of curved form, depicting figures, wild animals, and huts amongst trees, 17in (43cm). (1). € - 1 1305 A PAIR OF KINGWOOD AND MARQUETRY SIDE CABINETS, 2th century, each with ornate brass mounts and a green marble top, as is, under a frieze drawer and cupboard door on a shaped plinth, 42in (16cm)x 4in (12cm). (2) €2 - 3 1306 TWO MODERN COFFEE TABLES. (2) €6 - 8 1307 A WROUGHT IRON FIRE TIDY and bellows. (2) €1 - 2 1308 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS COPPER AND BRASS WARE, comprising four brass vases, an old coach lamp, a brass shell vase, a copper can, a large copper range boiler with taps. (a lot) €4 - 8 1309 AN AMERICAN GRAINED WALNUT AND EBONISED WALL CLOCK, by Ansonia Clock Co., New York, the octagonal top with a circular two stage dial and a glazed pendulum aperture, 32in (81cm)h x 18in (4cm)w. (1) €6 - 1

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1310 EARLY 2TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, Fishing Village, oil on canvas, 13.in (34cm) x 17.24 (44cm); together with a late Victorian river landscape with cottages, oil on canvas, 9.in (24cm)h x 13. (34cm)w, and a large portrait depicting a Pope, oil on canvas, 37.in (9cm)h x 26.in (67cm)w. (3) €4 - 8 1312 A VERY UNUSUAL CHINESE MOTHEROF-PEARL INLAID DISPLAY CABINET, the pierced and carved pediment with dragons amongst clouds, above a panelled frieze inlaid with figures on horseback, pagodas and landscapes, above a glazed door and further glazed side panels over conforming motherof-pearl inlaid panels below, incorporating two concealed side doors on a pierced base with cabriole scroll legs, 81in (26cm)h x 38in (97cm)w. (1) €1 - 2 1313 A SMALL MAHOGANY BUREAU, in the George III style, O.R.M, the slope front enclosing a nicely fitted interior, above three long and two short drawers, raised on carved bracket feet, 29in (74cm). (1) €1 - 2 1314 AN OAK SIDE TABLE WITH STRETCHER SHELF, on turned supports, 36in (92cm). €4 - 6 1315 A LARGE BLUE AND WHITE ENGLISH LAKE PATTERN TURKEY/VENISON PLATTER, 19th century, with deep gravy well and tree, 21in (3cm); a matching circular tureen stand; and two other large blue and white meat platters. (4). €3 -  1316 A NEOCLASSICAL STYLE DUTCH CYLINDRICAL INLAID AND CROSSBANDED MAHOGANY BUREAU CABINET, c. 18, the super structure with a pierced gallery above two tambour sliding doors, the pull out writing surface assisting the cylinder to open and reveal an ornate stepped interior with shelves, drawers, secret compartment and a centre tambour door, three long drawers below, flanked to each side with canted corners and brass mounted ebonised pilasters, raised on front block feet, 6in (16cm)h x 44in (112cm)w. (1) €8 - 1 1317 A MODERN 4FT BED with head and foot board. €7 - 12

1318 A MAHOGANY WHEEL BAROMETER, Victorian, by Mason & Son, 11 Essex Bridge, Dublin, with two dials in a C-scroll moulded frame, 37in (94cm). (1) €1 - 1 1319 AN ORIENTAL EBONISED JARDINIERE STAND with three elephant mask and trunk legs, 29in (72cm). €4 - 8 1321 A 19TH CENTURY GILT OVERMANTEL, with arched top in a moulded frame, 49in (1cm), together with another oval painted gilt wall mirror, 32in (81cm). (2) €8 - 1 1322 A PAIR OF GREEN PAINTED CIRCULAR MAHOGANY OCCASIONAL TABLES, each with a moulded top above a wide frieze on tapering legs, 4cm. €8 - 1 1324 A GEORGE IV PERIOD MAHOGANY SECRETAIRE BOOKCASE, a gadroon moulded cornice above two diamond glazed doors, on a bead moulded base with a drop front writing section, fitted with pigeon holes and drawers over three long drawers, on short bracket feet, 88in (224m)h x 46in (118cm)w. (1) € - 7 1325 A SMALL LIQUOR DECANTER and stopper and a set of eight cutglass finger bowls. (9) €2 - 3 1326 A PAIR OF CHINESE BRASS AND CLOISONNÉ VASES, together with a pair of baluster shaped brass church vases, a pair of small Indian vases, a pair of 19th century brass candlesticks and a brass oil lamp. (9) €3 -  1327 AN UNUSUAL TWO TIER TRIFORM MARQUETRY INLAID MAHOGANY AND SATINWOOD OCCASIONAL TABLE, inlaid with scrolling flowers and musical trophies and raised on cabriole legs, each shelf with a wavy gallery and urn finials, 29.in (7cm)h x 18in (46cm)w. (1) €6 - 12 1328 A LARGE RECTANGULAR BALINESE TEAK OCCASIONAL TABLE, on short cabriole legs, 9in (1cm)h x 39in (99cm)w; together with a pair of matching ditto, each with square top, on four cabriole legs, 19.in (cm). (3) €2 - 4

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1329 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY POLE SCREEN, with wool work panel depicting flowers, on a turned stem, with circular platform and four scroll legs; together with another pole screen with tapestry hanging panel on a tripod base with shell feet. (2) € - 1

1338 AN UNUSUAL SILVER PLATED TABLE CENTRE, 19th century, with two tiers supporting a cone-shaped vase and three cornucopia below, 2in (1cm); together with a two handled plated presentation tray, a brass toby mug and an Indian brass bowl. (4) €7 - 9

1330 A THREE TIER VICTORIAN WALNUT AND MARQUETRY WHATNOT, the top shelf inlaid with Masonic emblems, 28in (71cm)h x 21in (3cm)w. (1) €8 - 1

1339 A GOOD QUALITY BUTTON BACK THREE SEATER SETTEE, covered in tan faux hide, with two loose cushions and raised on square tapering front legs, 76in (193cm). (1) €2 - 3

1331 A SET OF ELEVEN MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, each in the George III style, with an arched and moulded back above a pierced splat and a red hide drop in seat, on front moulded square chamfered legs. (11) €1 - 1

1340 AN ART NOUVEAU FENDER, with embossed panel, in (127cm); together with another pierced metal and brass mounted fender on stylized paw feet, 41in (1cm). (2) € - 1

1332 AN OBLONG OAK FOOTSTOOL with padded top on four square legs, 48in (122cm). (1) €1 - 12 1333 A MAHOGANY DROP DIAL WALL CLOCK, late 19th century, the painted dial signed T. Dillon & Sons, Galway, inside an octagonal frame, and another larger similar clock, 27in (69cm)h x 17in (43cm)w. (2) € - 1 1334 A MODERN TWO TIER TELEVISION TABLE, with drawer and two tier tea trolley, and a large circular smoked glass and brass coffee table. (3) €3 - 4 1335 A VICTORIAN TELESCOPIC MAHOGANY DINING TABLE, with one spare leaf, a moulded top and bowed ends, raised on four baluster turned legs, 72in (183cm)h x 48in (122cm)w. (1) €2 - 3 1336 A BULBOUS ARMORIAL BRASS JARDINIERE, with two handles, 19in (34cm); together with two smaller jardinieres and a two handled brass tazza. (4) €3 -  1337 AN ELEVEN-PIECE PART ENGLISH PORCELAIN DESSERT SERVICE, 19th century, comprising nine plates, each with a different scene, and two comports, each with a basket edge. (11) € - 1

1341 A PAIR OF CIRCULAR MAHOGANY OCCASIONAL OR LAMP TABLES, O.R.M, each with a moulded top on tri-swan neck supports and tri-form moulded base, 27in (89cm)h x 19in (48cm)d. (1) €1 - 2 1342 A CHINESE LACQUERED JARDINIERE STAND, with shaped top on cabriole legs, 3.in (77cm). (1) €12 - 14 1343 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY BEDSIDE NIGHTTIME COMMODE, with lift top and four mock drawers, 26in (66cm). (1) € - 1 1344 A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY EBONISED OCCASIONAL CHAIRS, each with recurving back and seat, covered in red buttoned fabric, with apron on front turned legs. (2) €2 - 3 1345 A TRIFORM CENTRE SEAT, with loose padded cushion and solid plinth base, 43in (19cm). (1). €7 - 12 1346 A RECTANGULAR MAHOGANY LIBRARY TABLE OR PARTNERS DESK, late 19th century,early 2th century, the moulded top inset with a tooled leather surface, inside a cross banded edge, above four frieze drawers, two to either side, raised on four heavy square tapering fluted legs with carved lion paw feet, 3in (76cm)h x 67in (17cm)w x 41in (14cm)d. (1) €1 - 2 1347 A PAIR OF SALMON COVERED EASY ARMCHAIRS, each with loose cushion seat, on short square tapering legs. (2) €6 - 12

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1348 A SET OF FOUR OAK SIDE CHAIRS, Edwardian, each with padded back and seat on front turned and fluted legs. (4) €3 -  1349 A SMALL TUB ARMCHAIR, covered in salmon draylon, on front square tapering legs. (1) € - 7 1350 AN EDWARDIAN EBONISED WALNUT PERDONIUM OR COAL SCUTTLE, with pierced and leaf carved swan pediment above a serpentine shaped shelf and a recessed mirror panel, above a pull out fuel compartment with metal liner, 41in (14cm)h x 16in (41cm)w. (1) €7 - 12 1351 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN WALNUT SIDECHAIRS, each on front cabriole legs, with two other similar side chairs and another late William IV chair. () € - 1 1352 A GILT LEAF AND SHELL CRESTED PIER MIRROR in the George III style, with doublearched bevelled plate in a moulded frame, 6in (13cm) x 24in (61cm). (1) €1 - 2 1353 A THREE TIER MAHOGANY BUFFET, in the Victorian style with serpentine shaped shelves, with cabriole legs, 39in (99cm). (1) €8 - 1 1354 A WALNUT FRAMED BERGERE ARMCHAIR, with padded back and seat and caned arm panels. (1) €8 - 9 1355 A SET OF 8 (6 + 2) MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, each with an arched top rail and a pierced splat, above a stuff over seat on front square legs. (8) €250 - 400 1356 A RECTANGULAR OAK LIBRARY TABLE, 19th century, in the manner of A.W.N. Pugin, the moulded top above two mock and two frieze drawers raised on trellis type typical Gothic style arched end supports, united by a conforming stretcher with centre rosette and shaped block feet, 1in (13cm). (1) €6 - 1 1357 AN INLAID AND CROSS BANDED MAHOGANY SOFA TABLE, in the Regency style, O.R.M., with two rectangular flaps, on arched down turned legs, 24in (62cm). (1) €1 - 1

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1358 A SILVER PLATED TUBA, by F. Besson, London, engraved with flowers, as is, 2in (63cm). (1) €2 -  1359 A BRASS GRIFFIN MOUNTED ON A BEAD MOULDED OAK PANEL, with hook below, probably for a grooming brush, 12in (3cm)h x 6in (1cm), together with a pair of two branch brass wall lights, and two other brass wall appliqués, each in the form of a cherub, on a shield shaped plaque, 1.in (27cm). () €3 -  1360 A CIRCULAR VICTORIAN MAHOGANY FLIP TOP BREAKFAST TABLE, with ring turned stem on tri-form base with lion paw feet, 4in (114cm). (1) €2 - 3 1361 A JAPANESE LACQUERED PANEL, overlaid with mother-of-pearl and bone, depicting birds and a lotus tree, in conforming frame, 42in (17cm)h x 24in (61cm)w. €4 - 8 1362 A HEAVY EDWARDIAN RELIEF CAST BRASS NATIONAL CASH REGISTER, with glazed top and pop up keys, 16in (41cm). (1) €3 - 4 1363 A GEORGE III PERIOD MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE, with rectangular top and frieze drawer raised on four square legs, 28in (71cm)w. (as is) €1 - 2 1364 A 19TH CENTURY BRASS FENDER, with tubular top rail, and moulded front, raised on front lion paw feet, 47in (119cm); together with a pierced cast iron fender inscribed home sweet home, 4in (114cm). (2) € - 1 1365 A GOOD IRISH MAHOGANY DINING ROOM ARMCHAIR, in the manner of Butler of Dublin, with ornate top rail and pierced splat above a padded seat, flanked with leaf carved scrolling arm rests with bird head terminals, raised on leaf carved cabriole legs and ball-and-claw feet. (1) €1 - 2 1366 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN DECANTERS, two Otter decanters, a cutglass carafe, two bowls, and a lampshade. (8) €2 - 3 1367 AN INLAID MAHOGANY DRESSING TABLE MIRROR, with swing frame, 21in (3cm)w. (1) €3 - 6

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1368 A PAIR OF SPODE PORCELAIN BOTANICAL CABINET PLATES, in attractive colours with gilt bands, 9.2in (24cm); together with an attractive set of four Spode porcelain cabinet plates, depicting the United States Maritime series, Navel Vessels from various wars, each inside a dark blue and gilt decorated border, 9.2in (24cm). (6) € - 1 1369 A PAIR OF PORCELAIN VASES, late 19th century, each with two cherubs flanking decorated panels on a dark blue ground and quatrefoil base, 16in (4cm). (2) €3 - 4 1370 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY WRITING TABLE, with moulded top, above two frieze drawers, raised on baluster turned legs, 41in (1cm). (1) € - 8 1371 A SET OF EIGHT MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, in the William IV style, each with a leaf scroll back and panelled cross rail, above a drop-in seat, on front tapering reeded legs. (8) €150 - 250 1372 A MAHOGANY BREAKFAST TABLE, basically 19th century, the rectangular top above a plain frieze, now resting on a tapering faceted support and quadripartite concave base with squash bun feet, .2in (141cm) x 4.in (11.cm). (1) €3 -  1373 A VICTORIAN OAK RECLINING ARMCHAIR, with manual screw out action, patent by Lansdown Bros., Bath, registered, the button back flanked with two open arms and a bow fronted seat on turned legs, covered in light green fabric. (1). €8 - 1 1374 FOUR WALNUT SIDE CHAIRS, 2th century, each with a splat back and drop in seat. (4) €2 - 3 1375 A HEAVY BRASS FUEL BIN, with iron swing handle, 2in (7cm). (1) €1 - 1 1376 A MAHOGANY FRAMED VICTORIAN STYLE LADIES ARMCHAIR, with shaped scrolling frame, upholstered button back on serpentine seat and scrolling arms with cabriole legs. (1) €1 - 2

1377 A CIRCULAR REGENCY STYLE MAHOGANY DRUM TYPE COFFEE TABLE, with tooled leather top above four mock and four frieze drawers, raised on a quadruple pod with splayed legs, 44in (112cm)d. (1) €1 - 2 1378 A PAIR OF MODERN BRASS AND GLASS BEDSIDE TABLES, and a modern rectangular brass mirror with flowers. (3) €3 -  1379 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY LOW ARMCHAIR, with oval buttoned padded back, the top with foliate scrolls and padded outscrolling arms, serpentine seat on cabriole legs (as is). (1) €1 - 2 1380 A FOUR-DRAWER MAHOGANY CHEST, George III period, raised on bracket feet, 37in (94cm). (1) €2 - 3 1381 A VICTORIAN WALNUT PRIE DIEU, covered in tapestry type fabric, raised on front turned legs; together with another similar ditto. (2) €6 - 1 1382 A SET OF SIX VICTORIAN BALLOON BACK CHAIRS, the oval padded backs with studded flower heads and serpentine seats, on bulbous lobed and fluted tapering legs. (6) €3 -  1383 A VICTORIAN TELESCOPIC MAHOGANY DINING TABLE, with two fixed spare leaves, raised on four tapering turned legs, 71in (18cm)h x 6in (142cm)w. (1) €3 - 4 1384 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS COLOURED AND BLACK AND WHITE PRINTS, various sizes and subjects, and a small mirror. (19) €4 - 6 1385 A CIRCULAR MAHOGANY OCCASIONAL TABLE, on a quadruple pod, 24in (61cm); a brass occasional table or trolley and two brass lamps with shades (modern). (4) €4 - 6 1386 A LARGE SERPENTINE COFFEE TABLE, in the Victorian style, raised on moulded cabriole legs, in (128cm). (1) € - 1 1387 A NEST OF THREE SERPENTINE SHAPED MAHOGANY OCCASIONAL TABLES, each with tooled leather top, under glass, 21in (3cm). (3) €1 - 2

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1388 A CHIPPENDALE STYLE CHILD’S MAHOGANY DINING ROOM ARM CHAIR, with pierced back and drop in seat; together with a child’s Victorian style balloon back armchair on front cabriole legs. (2) €1 - 2 1389 A SMALL VICTORIAN CHILD’S SIDE CHAIR OR PRIE DIEU, on front bead turned legs, covered in tapestry fabric. (1) €7 - 12 1390 A THREE PIECE REGENCY STYLE SUITE OF SEAT FURNITURE, in the manor of Thomas Hope, O.R.M, comprising a pair of tub armchairs, each with a horseshoe-shaped back, each with scroll terminals, above two stylized swans and a padded seat, on front sabre legs; together with a matching three seater settee. (3) €3 - 4

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1399 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY STANDARD LAMP, adapted, on tripod base with scroll feet, in (14cm)h. (1) €2 -  1400 A TWO TIER CIRCULAR MAHOGANY BAR TABLE, on turned legs, 2in (1cm). (1) €2 - 3 1401 A NEST OF THREE MAHOGANY OCCASIONAL TABLES, O.R.M., each with rectangular top and reeded legs, 24in (81cm). (3) €8 - 1 1402 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE, with moulded top and two frieze drawers, on solid end vase shaped supports, joined by shaped stretcher, on bar bases and squashed bun feet, 4in (14cm). (1) €2 - 3

1391 A MODERN SMALL THREE-TIER SERPENTINE FRONTED PAINTED WOODEN WALL BRACKET. (1) € - 7

1403 A VICTORIAN STYLE LADIES LOW CHAIR, with waisted button back, the top surmounted by fruiting foliage, on cabriole legs. (1) €1 - 2

1392 A SET OF FOUR OAK ART NOUVEAU SIDE CHAIRS, the top rail centred by a lotus design, above padded and ring turned baluster shaped legs. €1 - 1

1404 A VICTORIAN WALNUT LADIES ARMCHAIR, of waisted outline, the moulded rim centred by a cartouche and foliate sprays, the padded out-scrolling arms on serpentine seat and cabriole legs. (1) €2 - 4

1393 A CONTEMPORARY CHEST, with carvings of village life, from salvaged wood, Ashanti, Ghana, 33cm x 89cm. € - 7 1394 A RECTANGULAR CHINESE LACQUERED AND CHINOISERIE DECORATED OCCASIONAL TABLE, with glass top on moulded legs, 29in (74cm). (1) € - 1 1395 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY PRIE DIEU, with tapestry back and seat, raised on spiral reeded legs. (1) €6 - 1 1397 A HEAVY BRASS FRAMED WALL MIRROR, modern, 71in (18cm)h x 32in (81cm)w. (1) €1 - 1 1398 A CHINESE EBONISED JARDINIERE STAND, with circular carved top above a pierced and shaped apron, on cabriole legs, united by a stretcher, 24in (61cm) high, 19in (48cm) wide. (1) €7 - 12

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1405 A MAHOGANY ROCKING CHAIR, 19th century, with olive hide seat and back, and pierced arm rests on turned supports. (1) €1 - 1 1406 A JOHN POWER WHISKEY POSTER, copy, framed, together with a Guinness advertising clock poster, a copy, framed. (2) € - 8 1407 IN THE MANNER OF ALFRED LEBRENSKI SR. A Highland Lough at Sunset, oil on canvas, 16in (41cm)h x 24in (61cm)w. (1) €4 - 8

1410 A 19TH CENTURY BRASS FENDER, with tubular top rail and wire mesh panel, on a brass base with two spiral reeded front brass legs, 4in (12cm) €1 - 2 1411 AN OLD STONEWARE MORTAR AND PESTLE, a stoneware bed warmer, two stoneware jardinieres, a Japanese porcelain figure and two porcelain figural vases. (a lot) €2 - 3 1412 A GEORGE IV PERIOD MAHOGANY SWING FRAME DRESSING TABLE MIRROR, with rectangular plate, supported by two ring turned baluster shaped columns, united by a conforming stretcher, on scroll legs, 24.in (63cm). (1) €1 - 2 1413 A PROVINCIAL OPEN BEECH ARMCHAIR, 19th century, with scroll arm terminals and a straw seat. (1) €4 - 6 1415 AN EARLY OAK JOINERS STOOL, with plank top on turned supports and railed stretchers, 2.in (2cm). (1) €3 -  1416 A PAIR OF MODERN BRASS MOUNTED BAMBOO ARMCHAIRS, each with cushion back and seat; together with a matching glass top bamboo coffee table and a pair of bamboo tub shaped armchairs. (6) € - 9 1417 A BAMBOO ORIENTAL STYLE OCCASIONAL TABLE. 24in approx. (1) €1 - 2 1418 AN EARLY 18TH CENTURY AND LATER CARVED WALNUT HIGHBACK ARMCHAIR, the arched back with a series of scrolls and a padded panel above a padded seat, flanked with scroll elbow rests on shaped legs, united with conforming apron stretcher. (1) €2 - 3

1408 A SERPENTINE SHAPED FRENCH PROVINCIAL WALNUT BEDSIDE POT CUPBOARD, early 2th century, with frieze drawer and cupboard door, raised on leaf carved cabriole legs, 34.in (88cm)h x 16in (41cm)w. (1) €2 - 28

1419 A HEAVY EMBOSSED BRASS JARDINIERE OR FUEL BIN, with two lion mask and ring handles, 13in (33cm), together with a large circular Indian brass table top, 3in (77cm). (1) €4 - 8

1409 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY SWING DRESSING TABLE MIRROR, of breakfront outline with shaped supports, 22in (6cm). (1) € - 8

1420 A VICTORIAN PAINTED DROP DIAL WALL CLOCK, the circular painted dial with Roman numerals, inside a wavy frame above a glazed panel, flanked with spiral pilasters, as is, 3in (76cm) x 17in (43cm). (1) €4 - 8

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1421 A LATE 18TH CENTURY PIERCED BRASS BED WARMER with part iron handle and fleur-de-lys motif; together with a brass student lamp and a large cast iron desk stand, lacking fittings. (3) €1 - 2 1422 A GOOD SERPENTINE SHAPED MAHOGANY LIBRARY TABLE, Victorian, with tooled leather top above a shaped frieze raised on ornate cabriole legs united by a pierced and shaped stretcher shelf, 49in (12cm). (1) €2 - 4 1423 A VICTORIAN BRASS MOUNTED AND EBONISED SIDE CHAIR, with oval open back, over a padded seat on turned and tapering legs. (1) € - 8 1424 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY TUB ARMCHAIR, with serpentine fronted seat on front cabriole legs covered in green draylon. (1) € - 1 1425 A BRASS FOUR BRANCH STANDARD LAMP, of recent manufacture, on fluted tapering columns, on square base. (1) €1 - 2 1426 A LARGE COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS BRASS, comprising; various pairs of 19th century candlesticks, an old miners lamps, tankards, bells, some silver plateware, etc. (a lot) €3 - 6 1427 A PINE SIDE TABLE, O.R.M, with frieze drawer on square tapering legs, 32in (81cm). (1) €4 - 6 1428 A WILLIAM IV MAHOGANY ARMCHAIR with button back and sides, above a padded seat on leaf-capped turned legs, covered in blue fabric. (1). €2 - 4 1429 A REGENCY STYLE LYRE BACK ARMCHAIR and an Edwardian walnut tub armchair. (2) €4 - 8 1430 A FISCHEL OVAL WALNUT GRAINED TWO-TIER OCCASIONAL TABLE, Art Deco, Czechoslovakian, as is, 23in (9cm). (1) €2 - 

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1431 A SET OF FOUR CLUB TYPE ARMCHAIRS, each with button back, sides and seat, covered in olive hide. (4) €2 - 3 1432 A VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD SIDE CHAIR, the oval back with a carved floral crest, above a button panel and conforming seat, raised on cabriole legs. (1) € - 1 1433 A SET OF SIX UNUSUAL CONTINENTAL MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, early 19th century, each with a scroll top panel back, on leaf moulded supports, above a drop in seat, on front shaped legs. (6) €1 - 2 1434 A 7-PIECE PART S.H. NORMAN STONEWARE DINNER SERVICE, late 19th century, decorated in transfer in the Imari style, comprising 13 dinner plates, 1 supper plates, 14 pudding or soup bowls, 13 side plates, a pair of two-handled sauce tureens and covers, a matching soup tureen and cover, three entree or vegetable tureens, a gravy boat and five large graduating meat platters. (7). €7 - 1 1435 A CHALK BUST, early 2th century, modelled as Handel, 21.in (cm). (1) €2 - 3 1436 AN ULTRA MODERN STAINLESS STEEL CEILING LIGHT, with sprays of arms, each with a small glass shade, in (127cm). (1) €7 - 1 1437 AN INLAID AND CROSSBANDED MAHOGANY SWING FRAME DRESSING TABLE MIRROR, 19th century, 23in (9cm). (1) € - 7 1438 THREE ASSORTED MODERN POTTERY TABLE LAMPS, various sizes. (3). €1 - 2 1439 AN OLD WEDGE SHAPED CHEESE DISH AND COVER, a blue and white circular reeded cheese dome and cover, five jardinieres, teapots and covers, two sauce tureens and covers, and an old chamber pot. (a lot) €3 - 6 1440 A HORN GONG STAND, with brass drum and silver plated mounts, raised on moulded mahogany base, 22in (6cm). (1) €8 - 1

1441 TWO SIMILAR SWIVEL SHIPS OR YACHT CHAIRS, each with a circular padded seat, on tri-pod cast iron base; together with a pair of 17th century style carved oak side chairs, all smoke damaged, as is. (4) €8 - 1 1442 A RECTANGULAR MAHOGANY BUTLERS TRAY, with cut out handles and four drop sides, raised on a turned frame, 31in (79cm). (1) €1 - 1 1443 A CHINESE CAMPHOR WOOD CHEST, with elaborate carving and lift top, 39in (1cm). (1) €2 - 3 1444 A BRASS ART NOUVEAU TELESCOPIC STANDARD LAMP, on cabriole legs. (1) €1 - 1 1445 AN OLD BRASS OIL LAMP, with reeded reservoir, 17in (44cm), a modern salmon board with plated head and tail 3in (89cm), and a modern metal and glass picture depicting a tree with birds. (3) €7 - 8 1446 A MAHOGANY OPEN BOOKCASE, modern, on plinth base (lacking shelves), 43in (11cm). (1). €6 - 9 1447 AFTER J.W SNOW, The Meat at Blagdon, and its companion The Wynnstay Hunt, after Henry Calvert, a pair of black and white engravings each in rosewood frame, 2in (63cm)h x 36in (91cm)w. (2) €8 - 12 1448 MODERN SCHOOL, Coaching Scene, O.O.C., together with another modern picture, Woodland Path. (2) €3 - 4 1450 A PAINTED MAHOGANY BEDSIDE OR LAMP TABLE, each with a bead moulded edge and a frieze drawer on baluster reeded and turned legs, 29in (74cm) x 16in (41cm). (1) €3 - 4 1451 AN OLD HAT BOX AND AN OLD SUITCASE, together with a beech trunk stand. (2). €4 - 8

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1453 A VIENNA WALNUT WALL CLOCK, the arched top with a fan crest above a lion mask and an arched and glazed door enclosing a two stage ivorised dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary dial for seconds, flanked with fluted pilasters, 49in (124cm)h x 18in (46cm)w. (1) €1 - 2 1454 A VICTORIAN BURR WALNUT MUSIC CANTERBURY, with four pierced shaped dividers, the base with one pull out drawer on later baluster tapering legs, 24.in (62cm)w. (1) €1 - 2 1455 AN EARLY LEATHER BOUND DOME TOP TRUNK, with brass stud design and monogram, the hinged cover above an iron lock plate and two iron handles, on a mahogany stand with leaf carved cabriole legs and ball n’ claw feet, 39in (1cm). (1) €3 -  1456 A SMALL INLAID MAHOGANY CHEVAL FIRESCREEN, with tapestry type panel, 28in (71cm) x 22in (6cm). (1) €4 - 8 1457 AFTER GEORGE MORLAND, Playing at Dominos, a coloured mezzotint engraving, by J.R. Reynolds. (1) €2 - 4 1458 JACOMES (2TH/21ST CENTURY SOUTH AMERICAN), Symbolism, a pair, both depicting Inca symbolism, pastel on paper, both signed, 19in (48cm)h x 12in (3cm)w. (2) €4 - 6 1459 JAMES HARDY (2TH/21ST CENTURY), 18th Century Men O’ War, oil on panel, 8in (2cm)h x 9.in (24cm)w, and it’s companion, a pair framed as one. (1) €8 - 12 1460 AN OAK HORSESHOE SHAPED DESK CHAIR, with padded top and shaped cross rail, on front turned legs. (1) €8 - 12 1461 AFTER LIONEL EDWARDS, a set of four coloured hunting prints, The Cotswold Hunt and various other hunts, each signed in pencil on the borders by the artist, uniformly framed, 1in (38cm) x 2in (1cm). (4) €1 - 2 1462 AMATEUR SCHOOL, Coastal Scene, watercolour, signed lower left and inscribed, 4cm x 6cm. (1) € - 1

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1463 2TH/21ST CENTURY, Portrait of a Man “Jimmy”, oil on canvas, inscribed and dated ‘82 lower right, 27in (69cm) x 19in (48cm). (1) €3 -  1464 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, River Landscape with Thatched Cottage, oil on canvas, and its companion a similar subject, 14.in (37cm)h x 19.in (cm)w. (2) €1 - 2 1465 A NEEDLEWORK PANEL, 19th century, with biblical scene depicting Hannah, Eli & Samuel, by Sussannah Shacklock, 183, signed and dated, 3.in (77cm) x 24.in (62cm). (1) €2 - 3 1466 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, “Minstrel Playing Music for a Lady,” the Lady possibly Anne Boleyn, in a castle interior, oil on canvas, 19.in (cm) x 27.2in (7cm). (1) €2 - 3 1467 AFTER JOHN CONSTABLE R.A., a black and white engraving by David Lucas, Canal Scene, another signed coloured print after Alan J. Bowyer, Harbour Scene, signed in pencil, another coloured print, Grand Harbour, Malta, and two other large prints. () €3 - 4 1468 A CORK-TIPPED CIGARETTE ADVERTISING POSTER, a copy, framed; together with a Coward’s Irish Cider poster, a copy, framed. (2) €6 - 1 1469 AN OLD KITCHEN ARMCHAIR, with solid seat and rail back, the shaped top rail with scroll ends on turned legs. (1) €1 - 2 1470 A VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD CANTERBURY WHATNOT, with three-quarter fret cut gallery above a serpentine fronted shelf and music section below, with drawer on turned legs, 37.in (9cm) x 22in (6cm), as is. (1) €1 - 1 1471 A BIRDS EYE MAPLE AND EBONISED CORNER CHIFFONNIERE OR WHATNOT, c.19, with shelved gallery and mirror panels, above a shelf and two doors, on turned legs, 31in (79cm)w. (1) €1 - 2 1472 A MAHOGANY SUTHERLAND TABLE, Victorian and later, with D-shaped flaps on turned supports and scroll legs, 3in (89cm). (1) €8 - 1

1473 A CHINESE LACQUERED WALL BRACKET, c. 19 with two doors, each overlaid with metal in the form of vases, with an open work panel below and two shelves, 28in (71cm)h x 2in (1cm)w. (1) €1 - 2 1474 BLAISE SMITH (B. 1967), View near Thomastown, Co. Kilkenny, oil on board, 1in (2cm) x 14in (36cm). (1) €2 - 3 1475 A 3FT6IN BRASS MOUNTED TUBULAR METAL BED, with railed head and foot; together with another 3ft6in brass bed with square rails; a 3ft bed with cane panels and one other brass ditto. (4) €1 - 2 1476 A VICTORIAN GOTHIC STYLE OAK SINGLE BED, with separate wall mounted corona, the bed with panelled foot and head board, each within a spiral frame, the wall mounted corona formed with a series of arches and spiral moulded cornice, complete with side stretchers, each 3ft (92cm). (1) €3 - 4 1477 A PAIR OF GEORGE III STYLE PAINTED HARDWOOD CONSOLE TABLES, of small proportions, each with a moulded top and a Greek key and gadroon moulded frieze, supported by a carved eagle with outstretched wings, on rectangular stepped and moulded base, 3in (76cm)h x 24in (61cm)w. (2) €2 - 3 1478 AN EARLY 2TH CENTURY AMERICAN MAHOGANY WALL CLOCK, by Jarome & Co. of New Haven, together with another similar clock, 3 hour, by the same maker. (2) €3 - 6 1479 A BLUE AND WHITE ENGLISH FOLEYWARE JARDINIERE, decorated in transfer, with pastoral scenes, as is, 8.2in (21cm)h. (1) €1 - 2 1480 A GEORGIAN STYLE BOW FRONTED MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD, attributed to Hicks of Dublin, with a stepped top and three frieze drawers above two cupboard doors, raised on six square tapering panelled legs with block feet, 66.in (169cm)w. (1) €1 - 2 1481 TWO SIMILAR HEAVY BRASS PEACOCK TAIL FIRE SCREENS, each with an urn finial and pierced pull out panels, raised on scroll supports, 27.in (7cm) the tallest. (2) €7 - 12

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1482 A HEAVY SILVER PLATED TRAY, with serpentine shaped edge and engraved plate, applied with two leaf scroll cast handles, 3in (76cm). (1) € - 8 1483 A PAIR OF BRASS FENDER FINIALS, 19th century, each in the form of a recumbent whippet, 7in (18cm) high. (2) €4 - 8 1484 A PAIR OF TRANSFER PRINTED WHITE AND AMBER GLASS OIL LAMPS, early 2th century, each with a glass chimney, 24in (61cm). (2) €4 - 8

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1491 A CARVED GILT OVERMANTEL, in the 19th century style, the arched crest with a central mask above an oval plate flanked with columns and carved panels, 4in (12cm x 48in (123cm). (1) €1 - 2

1504 A 17TH CENTURY STYLE OBLONG OAK REFECTORY TABLE, with carved frieze and bulbous urn shaped supports, united by a floor stretcher, 96in (244cm)w x 32in (84cm)h. (1) €1 - 1

1492 A 19TH CENTURY GILT PICTURE FRAME, now with mirror panel in moulded borders, 32in (8cm)h x 37in (94cm)w. (1) €6 - 12

1505 A 19TH CENTURY LONGCASE CLOCK WORKS, with circular painted dial, inscribed Carlow, as is, the dial 13.in (34cm). (1) €8 - 12

1493 A PINE WATERFALL BOOKCASE, early 2th century, with six shelves, 38in (97cm). (1) €6 - 1

1508 AN EBONY STRUNG MAHOGANY OCCASIONAL TABLE. (1) €2 - 

1485 A HEAVY TWO HANDLED SHEFFIELD SILVER PLATED TRAY, by Walker and Hall, the bead moulded edge with shell corners and conforming handles, 28in (71cm). (1) €4 - 8

1494 AN ORNATE GILTWOOD WALL MIRROR, each with bevelled plate in an ornate frame, carved with scrolling leaves and flowers, 48in (122cm) x 36in (92cm). (1) €1 - 2

1486 A GILT AND GESSO PIER MIRROR, 2th century, with cartouche and floral crest above a mirror plate, the floral moulded frame with projecting corners. 48in (123cm) x 34in (86cm). (1) € - 1

1496 AN OAK CHURCH PLINTH, Gothic style, on four turned columns on a square moulded stepped base, 38.in (97cm). (1) €3 - 

1487 F. JULIAN (LATE 19TH/EARLY 2TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL), River Landscape with a Figure Angling by a Castle, and its companion a similar subject, both signed, O.O.C., 14.in (31cm)h x 19.in (cm)w. (2) €1 - 2 1488 AN EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY WARDROBE, with a shaped pediment above an acanthus carved frieze, the centre with two carved cupboard doors above an open recess and flanked by two small cupboard doors, the base with a further two short and two long graduating drawers, flanked by a pair of bevelled mirror doors, on plinth base, 89in (226cm)h x 93in (236cm)w. (1) €4 - 6 1489 LATE 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, Figure Angling by a River, oil on canvas, unframed, 2in (1cm) x 24in (61cm); together with a pair of lake scenes, each indistinctly signed Cecil A. Walling, oil on canvas, 23.in (6cm) x 1.in (39cm). (3) €7 - 12 1490 D. DONNACHTE (EARLY 2th CENTURY), Making the Hay, an extensive coastal landscape, oil on canvas, signed lower left, 2in (64cm)h x 39in (99cm)w. (1) €4 - 6

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1498 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL “River Landscape with Abbey and Figures in a Boat,” O.O.C. 14in (3cm) x 2.in (2cm). (1) €6 - 12 1499 AN GEORGE III INLAID AND CROSS BANDED MAHOGANY CUPBOARD, with panel door on bracket feet, 26.in (68cm)w; together with a mahogany bookcase top with a four panelled glazed door, 21in (3cm)w. (2) €4 - 8 1500 A BRASS OIL LAMP, together with a brass candlestick converted to oil lamp. (2) €4 - 6 1501 AN INLAID AND BRASS MOUNTED 19TH CENTURY WALNUT SIDE CABINET, with glazed door on a plinth base, 31in (79cm)w. (1) €1 - 2 1502 AN EARLY VICTORIAN MAHOGANY LINEN CUPBOARD, with two frieze drawers and two cupboard doors enclosing slides, on turned legs, 43in (19cm). (1) € - 1 1503 A LARGE CARVED GILT PIER MIRROR, in the 18th century style, with leaf carved cartouche crest above an ornate leaf scroll frame incorporating Ho-Ho birds, 64in x 3in (162cm x 89cm). (1) €4 - 6

1509 A THREE FOLD NORTH AFRICAN SCREEN, with mother of pearl inlay and spined turned panels, c.19, each leaf with an arched top and Arabic inscription, 72in (183cm)h x 6ft (182cm)w; together with another threefold screen, as is. (2) €2 - 3 1510 A LARGE MODERN GILT OVERMANTEL MIRROR, in leaf moulded frame, 46in (11cm) x 2in (133cm). (1) €4 - 8 1511 A MAHOGANY MANTLEPIECE, 2th century, with dentil moulded cornice above an oval bevelled mirror plate and a shelf, flanked to either side with upward tapering turned columns on block feet, 7in (178cm) x 63in (16cm). (1) €6 - 1 1512 A SET OF THREE SECOND WORLD WAR BRASS SHELL VASES, together with a pair of smaller first world war ditto. () €3 -  1513 A GILT OVERMANTEL, 19th century, the relief moulded frieze with a classical scene above three bevelled mirror panels, flanked with fluted pilasters, 3in (89cm) x 4in (137cm). (1) €8 - 1 1514 A STAFFORDSHIRE RELIEF MOULDED LOVING CUP, with dog and pheasant in relief, the interior with a frog, .in (14cm) (as is). (1) €2 - 3 1515 A REGENCY PERIOD INLAID AND CROSS BANDED MAHOGANY BOW FRONTED CHEST, with three long and two short drawers, raised on tapering ring turned legs, 42.in (18cm). (1) €1 - 2

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1516 A PAIR OF FRENCH BRASS CHENETS, each in the form of an oak branch with acorns, one with musical trophies and the other with gardening trophies, 2in (1cm). (2) €3 - 6 1517 A FOUR-PIECE VICTORIAN SILVER PLATED PRESENTATION TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE, as is, presented to Mr. James Hill, Scripture Reader, by His Friends of the 8th K.R.I. Huzzars Dinner, Their Stay in Dublin, 1871. (4) €2 - 4 1518 A THREE COMPARTMENT GILT OVERMANTEL, 19th century, of inverted breakfront outline, the ball-moulded cornice above a frieze with floral swags and a relief, and three mirror panels below with reeded pilasters, 26in (66cm) high, 4in (17cm) wide. €3 - 4 1519 A VICTORIAN WALNUT AND MARQUETRY FOLD OVER CARD TABLE, The rectangular top with bowed ends, on a double gourd turned and moulded stem, with quadruple pod and scroll ends, 36in (92cm)w. (1) €2 - 3 1520 A REGENCY PERIOD BRASS INLAID, EBONY STRUNG AND ROSEWOOD BANDED PEMBROKE TABLE, with Dshaped flaps and two opposing frieze drawers, raised on cut down ring turned legs, as is, now 24in (61cm)h x 3.in (9cm)w. (1) €1 - 2 1521 A PAINTED MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE, in the George III style, the rectangular top above a Greek key frieze and a gadroon edge on square tapering panelled legs. (1) €4 - 8 1522 A BURMESE FOUR POSTER HARDWOOD BED, the turned posts united by spindle turned and ball moulded rails, raised on turned tapering reeded legs, ft6in (168cm). (1) € - 7 1523 A COLLECTION OF LARGE ATTRACTIVE COLOURED PRINTS, the majority depicting Napoleon in many poses, after various French masters; some of Josephine, others Pope Pius VII, etc. all in attractive gilt or ebonised frames. (16) €18 - 2

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1525 MAP OF THE KINGDOM OF IRELAND BY J. ROCQUE, LONDON, printed for Robert Sayer, Fleet Street, framed 38.in (98cm)h x 48.in (123cm)w. (1) €2 - 3 1526 A SET OF FOUR LATE 19TH CENTURY FRENCH COLOURED FASHION PRINTS, in attractive frames and mounts, 6.in (16cm) x 3.in (9cm). (4) €8 - 1 1527 AFTER S. HOWITT, a pair of coloured shooting prints, 1.in (27cm) x 17in (43cm), each in ebonised and parcel gilt frame; together with a pair of coloured hunting prints. (4) €1 - 2 1528 A CIRCULAR VICTORIAN GILT FOOTSTOOL, with velvet top and three scroll legs; together with a late Victorian walnut lap desk, an oval moulded gilt mirror and two pairs of coloured prints. (7) €4 - 1 1529 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS BRASS, comprising a group modelled after plough team, another The Blacksmith, a horse and a pair of modern brass vases. () €3 - 4 1530 A LARGE CARVED GILT WALL MIRROR, in the late 18th century Florentine style, the leaf crest above a bevelled plate within a gadroon border and an ornate leaf moulded frame, 71in (18cm) x 48in (122cm). (1) €2 - 4 1531 AN ORNATE VICTORIAN PEWTER TEAPOT, a modern German beer stein with pewter lid, three old tea tins, an old “miner” oil lantern, two old wooden planes and a cast iron scales. (9) €3 -  1532 A BOW FRONTED MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD, George III period, the stepped upper section with two tambour doors above three frieze drawers. flanked with a cellar drawer and a cupboard, raised on six square tapering legs, 83in (211cm)w. (1) €3 - 4 1533 A PAIR OF GEORGE III STYLE MAHOGANY CHESTS, each with four long graduating drawers and a brushing slide, raised on bracket feet, 31in (79cm)h x 24in (6cm)w. (2) €1 - 3

1534 A PAIR OF ATTRACTIVE BRASS AND GLASS TABLE LAMPS, each with a reeded stem and moulded bulbous glass frosted shade, 21in (3cm); together with a pair of modern black candlestick table lamps, each with a black fur edged shade. (4) €1 - 1 1535 AFTER JOHN FREDERICK HERRING SENIOR, a set of four 19th century coloured engravings of fox hunting scenes, engraved by J. Mackrel and published by Bailey Bros., each in gilt frame, 26.in (67cm) x 33in (84cm). (4) €2 -  1536 AFTER F.C. TURNER, “The Young English Fox Hunter”, a set of three coloured prints by C. Hunt, plates 1, 2, and 3, 21in (3cm) x29in (74cm). (3) €8 - 1 1537 A LATE 19TH CENTURY TURNED WOODEN MILLINERS HAT STRETCHER, with iron handle, 13in (33cm). (1) € - 7 1538 AN EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY DRESSING TABLE, late 19th century, (ensuite to the wardrobe), with rectangular bevelled crutch mirror, flanked by two bevelled glazed doors to either side and two short drawers to the centre, the base with two short and two long drawers on a plinth base, 44.in (113cm)h x 21in (3cm)w. (1) €1 - 2 1539 A PAIR OF BUTTON BACK TUB ARMCHAIRS, mid-2th century, each with cushioned seat covered in light green trellis pattern fabric. (2) €8 - 1 1540 A SET OF EIGHT MAHOGANY DINING ROOM ARMCHAIRS, George IV period and later, including two of a later date, each with an oval moulded back, the splats headed with hanging swags above an arched fan, over a cane seat on front square tapering reeded legs. (8) €2 - 4 1541 A MAHOGANY BREAKFAST TABLE, William IV period, the rectangular top on octagonal stem with quadruple pod, 47in x 3in (12cm x 13cm). (1) €4 - 6 1542 A MODERN THREE PIECE SUITE OF SEAT FURNITURE, comprising a two seater settee and two tub armchairs on a beech frame, with square tapering legs covered in attractive fabric. (3) €2 - 4

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1543 AN EBONISED AND PARCEL GILT AESTHETIC MOVEMENT WALL MIRROR, the arched plate with gilt spandrels under a gallery frieze, 41in (14cm) high x 24in (61cm) wide. (1) €4 - 8

1552 JAYNE GREER, Marking Time- Attic Room at Lissan House, lens based and photoshopped 2/6, signed and dated July 2010 and inscribed all in pencil, 21.in (cm)h x 26in (66cm)w. (1) €1 - 2

1545 A 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL WALNUT AND BIRDS EYE MAPLE SETTEE, with open back and sides and two ebonised rails, the back with a padded threequarter band above a conforming padded seat, raised on five sabre legs, 6in (13cm)w; together with three matching side chairs, each with a triple rail back. (4) €2 - 3

1553 AN INLAID MAHOGANY CORNER CABINET, 19th century, the moulded cornice above a double inlaid frieze and two diamond glazed doors, the lower solid door inlaid with satinwood fans and ovals, and raised on a plinth base, 84in (213cm)h x 42in (17cm)w. (1) €2 - 

1546 A SELECTION OF PICTURES, including: After A.L. Arschavir, University College, High Street Oxford, lithograph, signed and dated in pencil ‘82, in (12cm) x 19in (49cm); another abstract lithograph, dated 1990; and a modern Canadian abstract mixed media, indistinctly signed. (3) €1 - 2 1547 A THREE TIER MAHOGANY CANTERBURY WHATNOT, with pierced back above two shelves and three music compartments, 8in (147cm)h x 22in (64cm)w. (1) €18 - 22 1548 A THREE PART EARLY BLACK AND WHITE ENGRAVINGS, depicting and describing La Colonna Traiana in Rome with the Statue of St. Peter,which Commemorates Roman Emperor Trajan’s Victory in the Dacian Wars, each 1.2in (41cm)h x 1in (26cm)w. (3) €1 - 2 1549 A SET OF FIVE LATE 19TH CENTURY FRENCH DEPARTMENT MAPS, with partial colouring, De La Sarthe, De la Dordogne, De La Meurthe, Des Deux Sevres, De L’Isere, uniformly framed, each 12in (3cm)h x 17in (43cm)w. (1) €2 - 3 1550 TWO MODERN TURNED WOODEN STANDARD LAMPS, (2) €3 -  1551 A TELESCOPIC MAHOGANY DINING TABLE, Victorian, the moulded top with a spare leaf raised on four turned octagonal baluster legs, 7in x in (178cm x 128cm). (1) €2 - 4

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1554 A THREE-FOLD OAK SCREEN, 2th century, with upper glazed panels and fabric covered panels below, .ins (141cm)w. (1). €1 - 2 1555 E. AUD (MODERN CANADIAN SCHOOL), A Pair of Abstract Paintings, both mixed media, 23in (8cm)h x 16in (41cm)w, together with an unframed landscape, indistinctly signed lower right, 24in (61cm) x 37 (66cm). (3) € - 1 1556 HEIDI KONIG (B.1964), Leh- Grompa, coloured lithograph, signed and inscribed by the artist, 31in (8cm) h x 3in (76cm). (1) €1 - 2 1557 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, River Landscape with Figures Fishing from a Pond, O.O.C., indistinctly signed lower right, 23.in x 3.in (6cm x 9cm). (1) €1 - 2 1558 F. COOPER, New Moon: Sailing Ship in the Tropics, a hand coloured print, 24in (6cm)h x 18in (46cm)w; together with A Farmyard Scene, O.O.C. signed K. Lvkke 1743, lower right, 17.in (4cm). (2) €7 - 9 1559 A PAIR OF COLOURED CHROMOLITH PRINTS, framed as one, depicting plates from the Book of Kells; together with another larger similar framed print. (2) €7 - 9 1560 AFTER HENRY BARRAUD (1811-1874), The Royal Visit to Punchestown 1868, with crowded stands and racecourse, black and white engraving, signed by artist in pencil, Sanger, 24in (61cm) x 46in (117cm). (1) €1 - 2

1561 A CIRCULAR MAHOGANY BREAKFAST TABLE, Regency period, the moulded top on a ring turned stem and tripod base with leaf capped sabre legs, 4in (38cm). (1) €3 -  1562 A PASTEL PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG GIRL, 2th/21st century, indistinctly signed 8.in (22cm) x 11in (28cm); together with Apple Tree, O.O.P. modern school, 11.in (29cm) x 14.in (37cm); Autumn in Suffolk, a watercolour date 1982, a monotype La Deliziosa ,I limited edition, signed and titled in pencil, 12in (3cm) x 1in (2.cm); A Blue Landscape by Ackerman; A Modern Abstract, unsigned; and a modern composition by Alice Burton, watercolour on paper with gold leaf. (7) €1 - 22 1563 AFTER HARRINGTON SWANN, Lord Kildare, Mounted on the Barren 1823-1904, a coloured equestrian print, early 2th century, after the 192 original, in ebonised frame, 13in (33cm)h x 17in (43cm)w. (1) €6 - 9 1564 A COLOURED LITHOGRAPH, depicting Royal satire, The Moment of Reflection or a Tale for Future Times and another similar, 11in (28cm)h x 1in (38cm)w. (2) €1 - 2 1565 NORMAN J. MCCAIG (1929-21), Harbour Scene, Waiting on the Tide, oil on board, signed also with studio label verso, inscribed, 11.in (29cm)x 1.in (39cm). (1) € - 8 1566 A SET OF NINE FRAMED VANITY FAIR PORTRAIT COLOURED PRINTS, After Spy, Ape and others, depicting four judges, a jockey and various statesmen. (9) €2 - 3 1567 DAVID HOULIHAN (2TH/21ST CENTURY), Dinner at the Rivercourt, W.C. pen and ink, 11.in (29cm)h x 9in (23cm)w, and another larger ditto by the same hand The Day Room. (2) €8 - 1 1568 A SET OF THREE MODERN JAPANESE PORCELAIN WALL MOUNTS, each modelled as a wild duck, together with three toby jugs, three plates, a blue and white Meissen vase, a musical Ireland souvenir mug, another mug, a mustard and salt, and a Beswick Ware honey pot and cover. (13) €4 - 6

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1569 AN EDWARDIAN INLAID MAHOGANY DISPLAY CABINET, with double dome top above two ornate glazed doors and a centre panel, above marquetry inlaid panels raised on cabriole legs, united by a stretcher shelf, 3in (13cm). (1) €1 - 2 1570 A SET OF SIX COLOURED LITHOGRAPHS, depicting flowers (modern), a modern map, a pair of boat prints and three others. (11) €6 - 9 1571 A SMALL MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD, William IV period, with three-quarter shaped gallery above three frieze drawers, two cupboards below, flanked with reeded pilasters and headed with leaf capitals and raised on front ring turned baluster legs, 48IN (122cm). (1) €1 - 2 1572 A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY COLOURED ENGRAVINGS, after Francis Wheatley, Alfresco Dining, 1.in (27cm)h x 13in (33cm)w; and one other after A. Kauffmann. (3) €1 - 1 1573 A LARGE WILLIAM IV EBONY STRUNG MAHOGANY WARDROBE, the arched top and moulded top above a plain frieze, with two two-panel doors. 1in (13cm) approx. wide. (1) €1 - 3 1574 AN 18TH CENTURY STYLE GILT TABLE LAMP, with baluster shaped leaf moulded and fluted stem, on a circular conforming base, 33in (84cm)h. (1) €1 - 2 1575 AN EDWARDIAN INLAID AND MAHOGANY TRIPTYCH DRESSING TABLE MIRROR, with central oval swing plate and two folding side mirrors, 34in (87cm) wide. (1) €4 - 8 1576 A LARGE HEAVY COPPER TWO GALLON MEASURE, 17in (43cm); a tall copper lidded can of cylindrical form with swing handle, 17.in (44cm) and a brass oil lamp. (3) €6 - 9 1577 A HEAVY VICTORIAN COPPER HELMET SHAPED COAL BUCKET, with swing handle; together with a heavy two-gallon haystack copper measure and heavy preserving pen. (3). €1 - 1

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1578 AN EARLY COLOURED ENGRAVING, View of St. Mary Bow, Cheapside, and another engraving, The Old Bailey. (2) €6 - 8 1579 AN UNUSUAL WOOL AND FABRIC COLLAGE PICTURE, depicting church and graveyard against blue silk, 8in (2cm)h x 9in (23cm)w, in maple frame; together with late 18th century embroidered picture on silk, depicting two children in a landscape, oval, 11in (28cm)h x 14.in (37cm)w. (2) €1 - 1 1580 19TH CENTURY IRISH SCHOOL, Young Peasant Girl Barefoot and Seated and another study, A Young Man Holding a Spade, W.C., in the style of Frederick Burton, a pair, 1in (26cm)h x 7in (18cm)w. (2) €8 - 12 1581 A TALL GERMAN BISQUE PORCELAIN FIGURE, modelled as a woman in floral dress, 16in (41cm)h; another porcelain figure of a man with a gun, and three other figures. () €1 - 2 1582 AN EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY SATINWOOD CROSSBANDED AND EBONY INLAID SQUARE REVOLVING BOOKSTAND, with dentil inlaid and moulded top open railed sides, 19.in (cm)sq. (1) €3 -  1583 AN EARLY NEEDLEWORK SAMPLER, depicting flowers, animals and alphabet, 13.in (34cm)h x 13in (33cm)w; a coloured print after Charles Spencelayh, The Young Guard, and one other print of a dog. (3) €8 - 12 1584 AN AMERICAN STYLE MAHOGANY DISPLAY CABINET, O.R.M, with swan neck pediment with urn finial, above two glazed doors and five drawers below, on leaf carved cabriole legs with ball-and-claw feet, 89.in (227cm)h x 4in (12cm)w. (1) €2 - 3 1585 A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY BEDSIDE POT CUPBOARD, with three-quarter gallery and cut handles above a door, on square chamfered legs, 33.in (8cm)h x 13in (33cm)w. (1) €1 - 2

1586 A MAHOGANY THREE DOOR WARDROBE, with moulded cornice and plain frieze, above one central mirrored door flanked by two cupboard doors, the base with one long and one short drawer on outsplayed legs, 81.in (27cm). (1) €1 - 2 1587 AN EDWARDIAN STYLE MAHOGANY AND SATINWOOD INLAID SQUARE REVOLVING BOOKSTAND, with railed sides, 19in (49cm)sq. (1) €2 - 3 1589 A SET OF THREE (2+1) CHIPPENDALE STYLE DINING CHAIRS, with open pierced backs with shaped foliate scrolled top rails, drop in seats, plain apron with gadrooned rim, on leaf capped cabriole legs and ball-andclaw feet (as is). (3) €1 - 2 1590 A JACOBEAN STYLE WALNUT SIDE CHAIR, with carved, pierced and scrolling back on bobbin turned supports. (1) €1 - 1 1591 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY BUFFET OR DUMBWAITER, with pierced back above two moulded shelves and three cupboard doors, raised on a plinth base. 6in (16cm)w. (1) €1 - 2 1592 A TALL BELLARMINE STONEWARE EWER, with hinged pewter lid and mask spout, over a bulbous body, 18in (46cm). €7 - 12 1593 AN ENGLISH CHEESE DISH AND COVER, in the form of a bull’s head 9.in (24cm); together with a gold lustre Hen on Nest tureen, probably Staffordshire. (2) €8 - 1 1594 A MODERN CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN TABLE TOP SPICE CHEST, with two drawers, 11in (28cm); a modern blue and white Chinese ceramic vase and cover, 18in (46cm); a modern blue and white vase shaped table lamp and blue and white flask. (4) €3 - 

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1595 A LATE 19TH CENTURY BRASS TEA KETTLE ON STAND, a brass mounted copper kettle, a brass mounted copper sauce pan and cover, three other copper kettles, a brass kettle and two brass water jugs. (9) Provenance: Mealys Abbeyleix House Sale, 199. €8 - 12 1596 A PAIR OF MODERN STAFFORDSHIRE STYLE PORCELAIN MODELS OF A SPANIEL, 13in (33cm); a modern Chinese blue and white porcelain baluster shaped vase and cover 17.in (4cm) and a smaller ditto. (4) €7 - 12 1597 A 19TH CENTURY BRASS MOUNTED COPPER VASE SHAPED TEA URN AND COVER, 22in (6cm); together with an old copper bed warmer with turned wooden handle, and brass hook with turned handle. (3) € - 7 1598 A PAIR OF LATE 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH BLUE AND WHITE WILLOW PATTERN MEAT PLATTERS, 1.in (4cm). (2) €6 - 8 1599 AN ADJUSTABLE BRASS FENDER, O.R.M, with tubular top rail and moulded base, in (14cm) and a brass fire front. (2) €1 - 1 1600 AN AMERICAN STYLE MAHOGANY CHEST ON STAND, O.R.M, the swan neck pediment above an arrangement of four long and five small drawers, on a base with five drawers on leaf carved cabriole legs, with ball-and-claw feet, 8in (23cm)h x 37.in (9cm)w. (1) €2 - 3

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1601 AN ATTRACTIVE CHINESE SILK PANEL, the decorated centre medallion with a stag staring at a phoenix, on an ivory ground within floral spandrels, 18.in (47cm)sq. (1) €18 - 22 1602 AN INLAID AND CROSS BANDED MAHOGANY BUREAU, in the Georgian style, O.R.M, with a slope front and four lower drawers, raised on a plinth, 24in (61cm). (1) €3 - 4 1603 A GOOD CARVED GILTWOOD PIER MIRROR, George II style, with shell and swan neck crest above a bevelled plate in a moulded frame, above a leaf and shell apron, 6in x 32in (143cm x 81cm). (1) €28 - 3 1604 A PAIR OF WALNUT TWO TIER BEDSIDE PEDESTALS, early 2th century, French, each with a rectangular white marble top above a frieze drawer and a vacant shelf, with a panel door below, 34.in (88cm)h x 17in (43cm)w. (2) €2 - 32 1605 A WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIR, with bar back and reeded cross rail, on front turned legs; together with an Edwardian side chair. (2) €8 - 1 1606 A MAHOGANY CORNER CABINET, in the George II style, O.R.M, with glazed door and mirrored interior, on a conforming base with a solid door with shell spandrels, on bracket plinth, 7in (191cm)h x 28in (71cm)w. (1) €1 - 2

1607 TWO TABLE TOP CUPBOARDS, O.R.M, one with two doors in the form of book spines and a book form base and top, 24.in (62cm)h x 1.in (39cm)w; and a smaller similar single door example. (2) €8 - 12 1608 A 19TH CENTURY CHINESE CHEST, probably elm and walnut, with three frieze drawers, each with a brass plate and drop handle and two cupboard doors below, with circular plate and lock and conforming hinges, raised on front bracket type feet, 34in (87cm)h x 4in (11cm)w. (1) € - 8 1609 A MAHOGANY CORNER CABINET, in the George II style, O.R.M, with glazed door and mirrored interior, on a conforming base with a solid door, with shell spandrels on bracket plinth, 7in (191cm)h x 28in (71cm)w. (1) €1 - 2 1610 A COLLECTION OF PORTRAIT AND OTHER PRINTS, related to Napoleon and various wars, depicting His Generals, Battle Scenes, etc., all newly framed. (14) €1 - 2 1611 A RARE 19TH CENTURY COPPER ALMS DISH, with long turned handle, 48in (122cm). (1) €1 - 2

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INFORMATION FOR BUYERS

Buyers are reminded that there is a buyer’s premium of 20% + V.A.T. (at the prevailing rate of 23%) charged on the final bid price for each lot. The Auctioneers are always pleased to advise clients and to execute bids on their behalf, but if successful, the purchase price payable will be the final bid price and the V.A.T. inclusive premium of 23% chargeable thereon. Bids must always be made or confirmed in writing or by fax, reference being made to each sale through the code names on the title page of each catalogue. To ensure that bids will be accepted and that delivery of Lots is not delayed, intending Buyers should supply bank or other suitable references to the Auctioneers prior to the auction. The references should be supplied in good time to be taken up before the sale. Bids are accepted in Euro only. Bid offers can be accepted via email but must be confirmed in writing via fax (+33 ()6 44911) or letter. Payment by cash, guaranteed cheque, wire transfer (details available on request) or credit card (mastercard/visa and subject to 3% surcharge). Cheques/Drafts to be made payable to ‘Mealy’s Fine Art Ltd’. N.B. Payment by cash or guaranteed cheques. All Cheques or Drafts to be made payable to ‘Mealy’s Fine Art Ltd.’ Third Party Cheques or Drafts will not be accepted as payment for lots purchased. Terms used in this Catalogue have the meanings ascribed to them below: PAINTINGS, PRINTS, WORKS OF ART, FURNITURE, etc. • The first name or names and surname of the Artist or Craftsman – In our opinion a work by the Artist of Craftsman. • Attributed to – In our opinion probably a work by the Artist or Craftsman but less certainty as to authorship is expressed than in the preceding category. • Circle of – In our opinion a work of the period of the Artist or Craftsman that is in a similar style to the work of that Artist or Crafstman. • The surname of the Artist or Craftsman, preceded by ‘After’ – In our opinion, a copy of the work of the Artist or Crafstman. • Signed, Stamped – Has a signature or stamp, which in our opinion is the signature or stamp of the Artist or Crafstman. • Bears Signature or Stamp – Has a signature or stamp, which in our opinion might be the signature or stamp of the Artist or Crafstman. • Dated – Is so dated and in our opinion was executed at about that date. • Bears Date – Is so dated and in our opinion may have been executed at about that date. All measurements are given height before width. ABBREVIATIONS: O.O.C. – Oils on Canvas O.O.B. – Oils on Board GOU – Gouache VICT. – Victorian W.A.F. – With all faults O.R.M. – Of recent manufacture

O.O.P. – Oils on Panel W/C – Watercolour MAH. – Mahogany EDW. – Edwardian As Is – With all damages, faults, restorations, etc. R.V.O. – Remote viewing only - i.e. the item cannot be physically viewed at our galleries, but additional images and condition reports are available. In some cases, video remote viewing may be available

IMPORTANT NOTICE: While Mealy’s endeavour to answer clients enquiries, we accept no responsibility or liability for any inaccuracy in auction results given verbally during the sale days. We recommend that clients should only make such enquiries following the conclusion of the Sale. N.B.: Please note the auctioneers offer no After Sale Guarantee whatsoever, with regard to mechanical and electrical items, or firearms. We accept no subsequent liability for any damage, loss or injury arising from the use of the foregoing. FIREARMS: Special Note Regarding Firearms – A specific Permit or Licence must be produced relating to the Firearm purchased, before same can be removed from our Premises. Please contact your local Garda Station for relevant information. DELIVERY: All lots must be paid for and cleared by pm on Tuesday 28th October 2014. All clearing is at the purchaser’s risk and expense. Any lots uncleared by pm on Tuesday 28th October 2014, will be subject to Clause 3 of the Buyers Conditions and will be held in storage at the purchaser’s risk and expense. Absentee Bidders must have commissions lodged with our Offices, Monday 20th October 2014 before pm. We accept no responsibility or liability for acts or omissions regarding any bids received after this deadline. Condition reports & Image requests: All requests for condition reports and/or additional images of lots in this sale must be received no later than pm on Friday 17th October 2014. Any requests received after this deadline will not be entertained. INFORMATION FOR BUYERS Contact Details: Tel: 6-44942. Fax: 6-44911 Email: info@mealys.ie Fully illustrated catalogue available on internet: www.mealys.ie Also available on: www.the-saleroom.com/mealys Catalogue produced by Pardy & Son (Printers) Ltd Ignatius O’Neill: Photographer 6-77 21

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GUIDE TO BUYING AT MEALY’S AUCTIONS

Step 1 - Browsing All items scheduled for sale in our auctions are featured on our website with descriptions, estimates, illustrations, and any other relevant information such as provenance, exhibition history, etc. By visiting Auctions on our site, you will have access to all this information at the touch of a button. PDF versions of the print catalogue are also available online. If an item takes your fancy, you can request a condition report, or further images, or a call-back from the expert. Just make sure such enquiries are made in good time. If you prefer the printed word, our catalogue publications are generally available approximately 7 working days in advance of the sale. These feature much of the information from the website such as descriptions, estimates, etc and also show a cross section of illustrations of the most exciting lots. These can be ordered online, or you can telephone our offices to request a copy of same. You can also subscribe to our mailing list on an annual basis to ensure you receive these publications by post while they are still hot off the press. Public viewing takes place on the two days immediately prior to any major sale, wherein you can visit our gallery and inspect the items for yourself. A note on Estimates: All estimates are shown in Euro. The figures are intended as a guide to prospective purchasers in relation to the value of the piece. They are approximate values, based on previous sales of comparable items, are not definitive and subject to revision. Reserves, if applicable, will not be higher than the lower estimate, adjusted for vendor commissions. A note on Condition Reports: Requests for condition reports must be received prior to public viewing, i.e. at least three days in advance of the sale, to allow time for the request to be processed and a response to be prepared. All lots at auction are sold ‘as is’. Imperfections, defects and other condition issues are not stated in the catalogue description. It is the duty of the prospective purchaser to satisfy himself or herself as to the condition of a lot prior to bidding. Condition reports may be requested in advance of sale and best efforts will be made to provide prospective purchasers with such reports, but such reports are merely the gratuitous opinion of the auctioneer. Subsequent disputes arising in relation to the content of such reports will not be entertained. Step 2 - Bidding There are a number of bidding methods available at Mealy’s, including paddle bidding in the auction room, absentee bidding such as commission bidding & telephone bidding, and online bidding. 1.) Paddle Bidding - Come to the saleroom on auction day and experience the atmosphere and buzz of a real live auction. Paddles are available on entry, but if you haven’t registered with us for bidding previously, please bring a government issued ID and allow up to 2 minutes for registration to process 2.) Commission Bidding - Fill out a written absentee bid form instructing the auctioneer to bid on your behalf up to a fixed maximum bid. You will be alerted after the sale if you have been successful 3.) Telephone Bidding - Fill out a telephone absentee bid form and receive a call from one of our team moments before your lots is offered, who will assist you and will execute your bids to the auctioneer in real time over the telephone 4.) Online Bidding - Choose your favourite online bidding forum and bid from the comfort of your own home at the click of a button Step 3 - Payment Once you have confirmation that you have won your lot(s), there are a host of options available for payment. Payment must be completed within five working days of the sale date. There are several payment options to choose from, including cash, cheque drawn on an Irish bank, Euro bank draft, EFT, debit card and credit card. Remember first however that your hammer price total is subject to a buyer’s premium of 2% +VAT in all cases of lots purchased at auction. Online Bidding will often be subjected to a 3% surcharge, thus such bidding will incur a total premium of 23% +VAT. Finally, if choosing pay by credit card, there will be additional charges added to the invoice total, 3% for Mastercard & Visa, % for American Express. Step 4 - Collection & Delivery Once you have made payment, collection is available for three working days following a sale. In the event of a two-day sale, collection of items purchased on the first day will be unavailable on the second day since a live auction is still in progress. Mealy’s are happy to advise and assist with collection enquiries and can provide a list of approved service providers upon request. International buyers are encouraged to seek quotations for shipping in advance of purchasing at Mealy’s. A note on VAT All lots offered at auction are sold under the Auctioneer’s VAT margin scheme, unless specifically highlighted as otherwise. Revenue regulations require that the buyer’s premium must be invoiced at a rate which is includive of VAT. This is not recoverable by any VAT registered buyer. Some lots purchased by international buyers and exported outside the EU may be exempt, however, it is the duty of the buyer to seek advice in relation to same. For further information, please contact Irish tax and customs at www.revenue.ie. Artist’s Resale Rights (Droit de Suite) Government Regulations (S.1. 312/26), under this legislation a royalty (Droit de Suite) is payable to living artists of E.U. Nationality on all works resold for €3, or more, other than sold by the artist or the artist’s agent. The resale royalty payable is calculated as follows From €3, to €, 4% From €,.1 to €2, 3% From €2,.1 to €3, 1% From €3,.1 to €, .% Exceeding €, .2% The total amount of royalty payable on any individual sale shall not exceed €12,. The seller is liable for payment (paragraph 7.1 of Government Regulations (S.1. 312/26) of this royalty on completion of the sale. The artist may request from the Auctioneer any information necessary to secure payment. Unless otherwise directed by the vendor, the Auctioneer will automatically deduct the amount due from the proceeds of sale and will hold in trust for the artist or their representative the said sum. 118

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1.) THE BUYER: The buyer shall be highest bidder acceptable to the Auctioneer, whose bid is at the hammer price. Any dispute arising in relation to same shall be settled at the Auctioneer’s sole discretion. Bidders will be assumed to acting as principal in the transaction unless specific instructions are provided detailing otherwise. As such, all bidders are liable in a personal capacity for the total amount due, irrespective of agency agreements. Mealy’s contract as agents for sellers whose identity, for reasons of confidentiality, is generally not disclosed. Accordingly, buyers are reminded that the primary contract is between the buyer and the seller, with Mealy’s acting as agent for the seller. 2.) INSPECTION: Ample opportunity is given for inspection. Each purchaser, by making a bid for a lot, acknowledges that he or she is fully satisfied before bidding, by physical inspection or otherwise, as to the description, condition, and other information relating to the lot. Despite all efforts being made to ensure accurate descriptions and estimates, lots purchased are assumed to have been viewed and inspected. As such, all lots are sold with all faults and errors of description, at the buyers risk. The Auctioneers are not responsible for the correct description, genuineness, authenticity or any default or defect in any lot, and make no warranty in this respect. Estimates reflect a range of values, the lower of which usually represents the reserve price. Buyers are reminded that estimates are merely the opinion of the Auctioneer, are subject to change and are in no sense definitive. 3.) PAYMENT: All lots purchased are subject to a 2% + VAT buyer’s premium. By bidding, all prospective purchasers agree in advance to pay this premium on the hammer price. Buyers attending the auction are encouraged to pay for lots purchased on the day of sale. Unless otherwise agreed in writing prior to the auction, the buyer of a lot shall pay to the Auctioneer within five working days the total amount due. Notwithstanding this, the Auctioneer may at its sole discretion, require a buyer to pay a deposit of up to 2% of the total amount due at the conclusion of the auction. The Auctioneer may apply any payments received by a buyer towards any sums owing from that buyer to the Auctioneer on any account, regardless of directions given by the buyer in that regard, whether express or implied. Payment methods include cash, Euro bank draft, cheque drawn on the buyer’s Irish bank account, EFT (subject to applicable bank charges), debit card and credit card (subject to 3% surcharge for Mastercard & Visa and % surcharge for American Express). Under no circumstances can the Auctioneers accept third party cheques either in full or part payment of any lot. Non-payment by a buyer may result in any of the following actions: - proceedings against the buyer for damages for breach of contract. - recission of sale. - resale of the lot(s) without notice, after which the buyer shall be responsible for any resulting deficiency in the total amount due. - removal, storage and insurance of the lot(s) at the buyer’s expense. - interest may be charged, commencing after five working days from the sale date, on the outstanding debt at a rate 1% above the Bank of Ireland base interest rate on the day of purchase. - retention of lot(s) purchased at Mealy’s until the outstanding balance is settled in full. - rejection of all future requests for bidding by the buyer or his/her agent. - application of proceeds of sale of items consigned to Mealy’s by the buyer in settlement of outstanding balances. 4.) RESERVATION OF TITLE & RISK: Title in an item or items purchased will not pass to the buyer until Mealy’s have received payment in full, notwithstanding possession. However, each lot remains the sole risk of the purchaser from the fall of the hammer. 5.) COLLECTION, REMOVAL & DISPATCH OF GOODS: Collection & removal of items purchased is at the buyer’s risk and expense from the fall of the hammer and is available from our offices for five working days after the sale. No purchase shall be claimed or removed until the sale has been concluded, i.e. purchasers cannot collect items while an auction is in progress. Collection can only take place during normal regular hours. Mealy’s shall not be responsible for lost, stolen, damaged or destroyed lots, if not collected within the allotted time frame. All lots not removed are subject to the minimum warehousing charges outlined below. Lots not removed within thirty days of the sale may be re-sold by auction or private sale without notice to the buyer. Any liability which there may be on the part of the Auctioneer, in respect of any loss, shall be restricted to a maximum of the price paid by the purchaser of the lot. Storage and warehousing charges: Please note that there will be no charge to purchasers who collect their lots within five working days of the sale. After five working days has passed, a transfer and administration charge of €2. per lot will be payable and a storage charge of €2. per lot per day will then come into effect. These charges are payable by the purchaser to Mealy’s and are subject to VAT. House Clearance & Specialised Sales: the charges outlined above relate to our regular gallery sales. House Clearance sales and other specialised sales are subject to higher removal and storage charges that will be notified to buyers where relevant. Buyers should confirm the storage and warehousing charges for such sales in advance of bidding. If any buyer fails to comply with any of the above conditions, the damage recoverable from the defaulter shall include all loss arising from any re-sale of the lot, together with the warehousing charges and expenses in respect of both sales, and any money deposited in part payment shall be held by the Auctioneer against the defaulters liability and may be appropriated in settlement of the liability. NB. Mealy’s do not offer packing or dispatch services. We strongly recommend that all bidders consult a professional shipping company. A list of approved service providers is available on request. The buyer is responsible for all matters relating to CITES certificates, export licenses, and any other ancillary legal or other matters relating to their purchase 6.) FORGERIES: If within 3 days after the Sale of any item, the Auctioneer receives a notice in writing from the Buyers by Registered Post that such an item is a deliberate forgery, together with the necessary evidence to satisfy the Auctioneers of such an allegation, then the Sale of that item will be rescinded and the net Purchase monies refunded (less any outlays incurred by the Auctioneers) to the Purchaser.

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7.) CONDITION OF LOTS: All lots at auction are sold ‘as is’. Mealy’s act as agents for the seller and as such, are dependent on information provided by the seller. Whilst efforts are made to inspect lots and act reasonably in taking a general view about them, we are unable, in the normal course of business, to carry out detailed examinations of lots to ascertain condition. In addition, Mealy’s are not restorers, conservation experts or related professionals. Buyers are provided with ample time to examine lots and ascertain condition, and by bidding, accept the duty and responsibility for inspecting, examining and investigating lots that they intend to bid on. Imperfections, defects and other condition issues are not stated in the catalogue description. Mechanical objects of any age are not guaranteed to be in working order. 8.) CONDITION REPORTS: Condition reports may be requested by buyers in advance of the sale and our employees may be able to assist buyers by providing such reports. However, these are provided for guidance online, without legal obligation or prejudice to standard terms and conditions of sale. Such reports are merely the gratuitous opinion of Mealy’s employees or operatives. Neither Mealy’s, nor the seller, accept any responsibility for the condition of lots or for the content of condition reports. Subsequent disputes arising in relation to condition and/or the content of such condition reports will not be entertained. 9.) ABSENTEE BIDDING: Absentee bidding is available to prospective purchasers in the form of commission bidding & telephone bidding. However, registration for absentee bidding must be completed by pm on the day preceding the sale. Mealy’s accept no liability for acts or omissions relating to bids received after this deadline. From time to time, Mealy’s will entertain absentee bidding requests received after the deadline has passed, but this is at the discretion of our employees and Mealy’s accept no responsibility for accuracy in the execution of such bid requests received after the deadline. All items purchased by absentee bidders are sold as is, and are assumed to have been viewed and inspected by the purchaser. In the case of commission bids, these will be executed by Mealy’s as cheaply as possibly, having regard to the reserve (if any) and competing bids. If two bidders submit identical commission bids, the Auctioneer has sole discretion to determine the successful buyer, but will generally opt for the first commission bid received. Telephone bidders are reminded that telephone lines are inherently subject to technical issues. It is strongly advised that telephone bidders leave a ‘cover bid’, e.g. a commission bid with their maximum bid price, to account for situations in which technical issues result in telephone bidding problems. Once an absentee bid is received, a contractual agreement is in place and the bid cannot be revoked without express agreement in writing signed by the Auctioneer. 10.) ONLINE BIDDING: Mealy’s offers online bidding services to those who cannot attend the sale via the-saleroom.com & artfact.com. Bidding registration for online bidding must be completed by pm on the evening preceding the sale day. A surcharge of 3% will be levied on the ultimate hammer price, in addition to the regular buyer’s premium of 2% + VAT, for successful purchases executed using this service. Since online bidding is hosted by 3rd parties, Mealy’s accept no liability whatsoever for disputes arising from same. We strongly encourage all prospective buyers to utilise our absentee bidding services in priority. Online bidders contract with the online auction host directly, not with the auction house. However, by registering with an online auction host, the bidder: - authorises Mealy’s, if they so wish, to charge the credit card given to the online auction host, in part or full payment, including all fees, for items successfully purchased. - confirms that he or she is authorised to provide these credit card details and is indeed the account holder. 11.) AUCTION DISPLAYS AND ONLINE IMAGES: Images are used to display items for Sale at Auction. This service is merely a reminder to the customer of items viewed previously during exhibition days. We do not guarantee the quality or condition of the item viewed, the accuracy of the display image or guarantee the item on display is the item being sold. Subsequent disputes arising as a result of such image displays will not be entertained. Note: Mealy’s retain copyright to all images displayed in the catalogue and online. 12.) MECHANICAL & ELECTRICAL ITEMS AND POST - 1950 FURNITURE: Mechanical & electrical items are sold as ‘antiques’ only, for decorative purposes. There is a duty on the buyer to have such items checked for compliance with safety regulations by a qualified expert. Please note the Auctioneers offer no after sale guarantee whatsoever with regard to mechanical and electrical items. We accept no subsequent liability for any damage, loss or injury arising from the use of the foregoing. All items of furniture in this sale are offered for sale as works of art. Such items may not comply with safety regulations and should not be used functionally unless inspected by a relevant expert. 13.) EXPORT OF GOODS: Buyer’s intending to export goods purchased at Mealy’s should ascertain the following in advance of bidding: - Whether an export license is required. - Whether there is any specific prohibition on exporting/importing goods of that character (e.g. CITES regulations). 14.) DISPUTES & AGENCY: In the event of any dispute arising in relation to any of the foregoing, the matter shall be referred to an Independent Arbitrator to be agreed between the relevant parties. As auctioneers, we generally contract as agents for sellers whose identity, for confidentiality reasons, is not normally disclosed. Accordingly, a buyer’s primary contract is with the seller. 15.) THIRD PARTY LIABILITY: All members of the public that enter on our premises at any time, for whatever reason do so at their at their own risk. In addition, Mealy’s will not be responsible for any damage or loss caused to vehicles parked in the vicinity of our premises. By participating in our sales, all bidders and buyers acknowledge that they have read the above terms and agree to be bound by our conditions of sale. 12

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This Autumn, MEALY’S is proud to present Collections & Estates of Aesthetes, a three day sale of fine & decorative art, comprising: a wide selection of paintings including period portraits and landscapes and modern Irish art; an array of crested family silver and other silver never seen before on the market; period furniture from the 18th & 19th century, together with interesting examples of 20th century design; rare books including fine period bindings, signed first editions, and very scarce ephemera relating to, inter alia, the Great Industrial Exhibition; a melange of interesting Irish crystal, including wonderful examples of early Waterford crystal; and much more. The sale is dominated by the McGrath Collection, almost two hundred lots from the personal estate of the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McGrath, formerly of Curragh Grange and Brownstown Stud, Co. Kildare. The McGrath family fame dates back to the enigmatic Joseph McGrath Senior (1887-1966), (Joseph’s father), the Irish politician and businessman. He was a TD for Sinn Fein and later Cumannna nGaedheal, representing constituencies in Dublin and Mayo and was instrumental in several significant Irish historical and political events. He travelled with the Irish Treaty delegation to London as one of Michael Collins personal staff. He took the pro-treaty side in the Civil War and was made Director of Intelligence. Most significantly, in a strongly worded letter, written in red ink, McGrath warned Collins not to take his last, ill-fated trip to Cork. He later served as Minister for Labour in The Irish Treaty Delegation the 2nd Dail and the Provisional Irish Government and held the Industry and McGrath, Collins and McGarry Commerce portfolio in the early executive committees. Following his political career he is probably best remembered for having founded the Irish Hospital’s Sweepstake in 1930. He had other extensive and successful business interests, always investing in Ireland, and became Ireland’s best-known racehorse owner and breeder, winning the Epsom Derby with Arctic Prince in 1951. He passed away at his private home – Cabinteely House – in 1966. He had three sons - Joseph (Joe Jnr), Seamus and Paddy – who built an empire comprising the Irish Sweepstake, Irish Glass Bottling Company, Waterford Glass and directorships on boards of various other companies. From the estate, there is numerous examples of high quality stamped Hick’s furniture, Irish giltwood mirrors, Irish paintings, unique silver relating to the family and their racing and business achievements, The Marquess of Ripon Collection is one of the most interesting consignments to this exciting sale. The present owner inherited by descent from Captain Cecil Luke Robinson, a direct descendant of the last Marquess of Ripon whose wife was a daughter of Earl Grey, son of the Marquess of Ripon, strengthening the connection. George Robinson, KG, GCSI, CIE, VD, PC, the 1st Marquess of Ripon (1827-1909) was also known as Viscount Goderich from 1833 to 1859, as the Earl of Ripon in 1859, and as the Earl de Grey and Ripon from 1859 to 1871. He was a British politician who served in every Liberal cabinet from 1861 to 1909. He is best known for his diplomatic and political career, culminating in the role of Viceroy of India (1880-1884) among several other prestigious roles throughout his lucrative career. He was also the Grand Master of the United Lodge of Freemasonry from 1870-1874, at which point he George Robinson Frederick Robinson 1st Marquess of Ripon 2nd Marquess of Ripon converted to Catholicism. His son Frederick succeeded as 2nd Marquess of Ripon upon his father’s death in 1909. A courtier and politician, Frederick spent six years in Parliament and later took his seat at the House of Lords. He was a close friend to King Edward VII and treasurer to Queen Alexandra. Among his many accolades, he holds the record of the greatest recorded lifetime bag of birds shot, which stands at 556,000, including 241,000 pheasants. The silver items presented are some of the last items left from the Marquess of Ripon and the Robinson family. There is a variety of crested flatware with the Marquess of Ripon family crest. Some of the silver is engraved to Captain Cecil Robinson, including a very rare 1916 Sinn Fein Cup, awarded to him in appreciated for the protection of Trinity College during the Rising. A suit worn by him in the presence of the Queen is also included in the sale. Much of the jewellery has come from Lady Grey’s side of the family.

The sale also includes the collection of Dr. T.J. Keogh of Lisduggan Lodge, Waterford, comprising over 150 lots, including furniture, paintings, silver, porcelain, glass and other typical country house contents. Remaining items from the estates of the late Mrs. Una Wynne of Glendalough and the late Dr. Hubert O’Connor are included. As always, there are over a hundred and fifty other vendors, including private collectors, executors, trustees, solicitors, liquidators, and agents, allowing us to present almost 1500 lots of fine & decorative to you, our customers.


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Collections & Estates of Aesthetes Tuesday 21st, Wednesday 22nd and Thursday 23rd October 2014

Lot 349 - A Unique Irish Silver Presentation - The Irish Hospital Sweepstake

Collections & Estates of Aesthetes Tuesday 21st, Wednesday 22nd and Thursday 23rd October 2014

Collections and Estates of Aesthetes  

This Autumn, MEALY’S is proud to present Collections & Estates of Aesthetes, a three day sale comprising: a wide selection of paintings incl...

Collections and Estates of Aesthetes  

This Autumn, MEALY’S is proud to present Collections & Estates of Aesthetes, a three day sale comprising: a wide selection of paintings incl...