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Lotabeg, Tivoli, Cork Tuesday 24th May 2016

LOTABEG, TIVOLI, CORK CITY 750 lots, including the entire contents of Lotabeg House on the instructions of the descendants of Mr and Mrs Vincent Hart, together with selected items from private clients, to be sold by public auction Public Auction: Tuesday 24th May 2016 at the Conference Centre, Silver Springs Clayton Hotel, Tivoli, Cork commencing at 10am sharp PUBLIC VIEWING & EXHIBITION: Saturday 21st, Sunday 22nd and Monday 23rd May from 10am to 5pm each day on the premises at Lotabeg, Tivoli, Cork City There will be no direct access for private vehicles at the ‘Callaghan’s Gate’ Lotabeg entrance on Lower Glanmire Road. Entrance to the house will be by catalogue only (€20, admits two adults), available to purchase at the Silver Springs Clayton Hotel where parking is available and from where a park-and-ride return shuttle bus will bring viewers to and from the hotel and the house. Please note that children under 12 years of age and pets cannot attend the viewing and auction Please refer to the special conditions overleaf in relation to collections. Location: Please note that GPS co-ordinates for the Silver Springs Clayton Hotel, google map, and contact details for the hotel, are available at the following link:

Contact Telephone Numbers for Viewing & Sale Days: 1. +353 (0)877974575 2. +353 (0)879129204 3. +353 (0)851845694

Photography by Ignatius O’Neill (Studio One) and Peter Hilliard

CASTLECOMER, CO. KILKENNY, IRELAND Tel: +353 (0)56 4400942 Design & Print: Lion Print. Tel. 062-61258

Live Bidding Available


George Mealy Senior MRICS MSCSI Managing Director 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 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.

Mary Gaynor Consultant Mary holds an MBA degree from Bordeaux Business School, specialising in wine. As proprietor of Wine Academy Ireland, she is one of Ireland’s foremost wine educators.

Lucy Mealy

David Mealy

Cait Madigan

Auctions Administrator

Operations & Logistics Manager



ALL PURCHASES ARE SUBJECT TO A BUYERS PREMIUM OF 20% + V.A.T. ON THE HAMMER PRICE (24.6%) Contact details for Mealy’s on viewing and sale days: +353 (0) 87 797 4575 +353 (0) 87 912 9204 +353 (0) 85 184 5694 COLLECTION: There will be no collection available from the house at any time! All items will be removed from the premises to Mailboxes Etc.’s external storage facility in Cork and will be available for collection during business hours (9am - 5pm) from Monday 30th May 2016 to Friday 3rd June 2016. Items not collected by close of business (5pm) on Friday 3rd June will be subject to a storage charge of €5 per lot per day thereafter. All perspective purchases should liaise directly with Mailboxes Etc. in relation to collections. Mailboxes Etc. MBE Fine Art Antique Shippers, Commerce House, 14 Washington Street West, Cork City. Tel: +353 (0) 21 497 5060 Mob: +353 (0) 86 340 0160 Mob: +353 (0) 83 185 8194 Email: Web: LIVE ONLINE BIDDING: Please note that live online bidding is available via and This service incurs a surcharge of 3% levied by the live auction host and chargeable on the hammer price in addition to the buyer’s premium. Mealy’s advise all prospective buyers that live auctions are subject to technical issues that are beyond Mealy’s control and as such Mealy’s cannot guarantee the accuracy of bids placed online. Absentee bidding and telephone bidding are available as an alternative to live online bidding and do not incur any surcharge to the buyer. Issues relating to live bidding must be raised directly with live auction host and will not be entertained by Mealy’s. ABSENTEE BIDDING: Absentee bids must be received no later than 5pm Monday 23rd May 2016, ANY BIDS RECEIVED AFTER THIS DEADLINE CANNOT BE GUARANTEED. If you are bidding with Mealy’s for the first time please contact us for guidelines on registration. Government issued I.D. together with proof of address (such as a utility bill) is mandatory for all first time bidders. TELEPHONE BIDDING: Telephone bidding is available on all lots with a pre-sale estimate of €500 or more. Please note that these will be accommodated on a first-come-firstserved basis, as a limited number of phone lines will be available (six lines in total). Telephone bidders are expected to be prepared to pay the upper estimate or above. Registration for telephone bidding ends at 5pm on Monday 23rd May 2016. ANY REQUESTS FOR TELEPHONE BIDDING RECEIVED AFTER THIS TIME WILL NOT BE ENTERTAINED. PADDLE BIDDING: Buyers intending to bid by paddle in the conference room at the auction must present government issued photographic I.D. during registration. First time bidders with Mealy’s should arrive early to ensure registration is complete prior to bidding. PARKING: There will be no access to the house for vehicles at any time. Access to the house will be by shuttle bus only, from the Silver Springs Clayton Hotel where parking is available. RESTROOM FACILITIES: Restroom facilities will be available upstairs in the house during the viewing. Please note that there is no lift or disabled access to the second floor. Ample restroom facilities are available at the Silver Springs Clayton Hotel. CATERING: Bar and restaurant facilities are available at the Silver Springs Clayton Hotel. There will not be refreshments or other catering available at the house. VIEWING: Please note that although many areas of the house at Lotabeg will be available for viewing, certain areas will be closed. Please pay attention to the signs posted around the house. GARDENS: THE GARDENS AT LOTABEG ARE STRICTLY OUT OF BOUNDS AT ALL TIMES


INTRODUCTION Mealy’s Lotabeg sale, including the public exhibition and auction, stands to provide unprecedented access to a showcase of rare fine art, antiques and significant historical memorabilia, acquired by the Hart family over the past century. The sale includes the private collection of the late Mr Vincent Hart and his wife Evelyn Hart (née Sheedy) on the instructions of their descendants, featuring 750 lots, much of which was brought back to Ireland from extensive travels in the early 1900s. An extraordinary slice of history, the contents having remained virtually undisturbed since the passing of the late owner Mr Vincent Hart in 1939 and, after careful stewardship by his wife Mrs Evelyn Hart and their descendants throughout the 20th and early 21st century, the entire contents will now go under the hammer.

About the Hart Family Vincent Hart (1881 – 1939) was an internationally renowned engineer who worked for the Public Works Department of India. Born in Cork, Vincent was the son of John S. Hart, manager of Queen’s Old Castle Department Store in Cork for 23 years, and his wife Alicia Clara (née Donegan). He studied at Presentation College Cork before entering Queen’s College Cork, and later the Royal College of Engineering in London. His career in India blossomed into major infrastructural projects, culminating in his appointment as Engineer-in-Chief for the Cauvery Mettur Dam, which was the largest solid gravity dam in the

The sale includes: Paintings Furniture A collection of rare Cork and other Irish silver Rare 19th & 20th century photography Rare books Porcelain Carpets Chandeliers Indian and other Asian art Important Irish and other historical collectibles


Captain John C. Hart

Vincent Hart

Letter from King George V nominating and appointing Mr. Vincent Hart to the Order of the Star of India

world at the time of its construction. In 1935, King George V presented him with the Companionship of the Star of India, a prestigious order of chivalry founded by Queen Victoria, whose Knight Grand Commanders included Lord Mountbatten, viceroy of India.  The Harts brought a wide variety of furniture and decorative items home to Lotabeg from the East, while also acquiring art and antiques from dispersal sales and country house auctions in Ireland. The collection of his brother Captain John C. Hart (Captain Jack) of the Royal Army Medical Corps is included, who travelled extensively in China and Japan. There are various items on offer acquired by the Harts from the collection of Sir Robert Penrose Uniacke Fitzgerald, prior to the demolition of his house at Cork Beg Island. There are also various items that passed to the Harts from previous owners with the acquisition of the real estate. About Lotabeg House The Lotabeg story begins c.1800, when architect Abraham Hargrave designed the building for Sir Richard Kellett. Hargrave was very active in Cork at the time, having superintended the erection in 1791 of St Patrick’s bridge over the river Lee at Cork and designing other landmark properties such as Castlehyde (now home to Mr. Michael Flatley), Vernon Mount, and Dunkettle. The Kellett Baronetcy of Lota in Cork, is a title in the Baronetage of the United Kingdom, created on 6 August 1801 for Sir Richard Kellett, with remainder to the heirs male of his father Richard Kellett. The house is one of a group of houses in Tivoli associated with the Lota demesnes. It is an elegant detached seven-bay two-storey

The crest of Sir Robert Uniacke Penrose Fitzgerald, Cork Beg Island

house over basement which includes a full height central three-bay bow to the front northern-facing elevation, and five-bay elevation to the south, with conical roof to entrance bow, rendered walls with string course between basement and ground floor, square-headed openings with timber sliding sash windows; and a round-headed opening to the front door with spoked fanlight over ionic columns. The main reception rooms with 18ft ceilings, and the two main bedrooms have south-facing windows with fantastic views overlooking the River Lee. The front entrance hall includes a monumental cantilevered staircase. The Kellett connection to Lotabeg was short lived. Born 7th June 1786, Daniel (Dan) Callaghan MP was the owner of Lotabeg in the early 19th century. He was the second son of Daniel Callaghan (d.1824) of Sydney House, Cork and his wife Mary Barry of Donalee. This branch of the Callaghan family were distant kinsmen of Lord Lismore but remained Catholic and thus endured confiscations of land and ‘marriages beneath their rank’ until their fortunes were restored by Daniel Callaghan Snr who became one of Ireland’s most successful merchants by establishing a monopoly of trade supplying the navy in Cork during the Napoleonic wars. The second of six brothers, Dan appears to have been the most active in the family business and on his father’s death assumed control of the business. It has been stated that at the 1826 Cork by-election Dan refused on ‘public principle’ to vote for his brother Gerard, who had abandoned the family religion to become a ‘red hot Protestant’. However, at the 1829 by-election, he lent him his full support, providing ‘both money and personal exertions’. As a prominent businessman and Irish politician, Dan 5

Callaghan served as MP for Cork City from 1830-1849 (1830-1832 as a member of the Whig Party; 1832-1849 as a member of the Irish Repeal Association). As a member of the Repeal Association, Dan Callaghan sought to end the Act of Union (1800), which created the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland. Together with other contemporary Irish MPs like Daniel O’ Connell, he opposed the introduction of the Poor Laws (Ireland), which established the Victorian workhouses to Ireland. The famous large stone ionic arch entrance is situated on Lower Glanmire Rd, and is known locally as ‘Callaghan’s Gate’. This impressive triumphal arch is surmounted with a stone carved Irish wolfhound, known colloquially as ‘The Black Dog’. The landmark commemorates the hound that saved the 19th century owner Daniel Callaghan MP from drowning in the nearby river Lee. It is very likely that much of the key George IV & William IV period furniture in the house was specially commissioned by Daniel Callaghan MP in the 1830s for Lotabeg, including a monumental William IV circular 7ft dining table (lot 500); a William IV rosewood reclining library armchair (lot 539); an Irish mahogany sideboard (lot 356); an Irish mahogany secretaire bookcase (70); an Irish mahogany console table (lot 96); and others. Lot 282 (see illustration) shows a late 18th century engraving of Cornelius Callaghan Esq., counsellor-at-law and direct ancestor of Dan Callaghan.

Cornelius Callaghan, Counsellor at Law

The house was owned and occupied in the late 19th century by Martin Francis Ronayne Mahony, son of Martin Francis Mahony of Lotamore. Lot 281 is an attractive portrait of a young boy, C.W. Mahony, Esq. There are several lots with connections to the Gubbins family who were related through marriage to the Mahonys. The house passed to Mr. Richard Dixon, a New York banker, prior to the Harts’ era, before being purchased by John S. Hart for Vincent Hart in the early 20th century.

The front exterior of Lotabeg 6


Attendee information Public exhibition of the items will take place at Lotabeg House on Saturday 21st, Sunday 22nd, and Monday 23rd May 2016 from 10am to 5pm each day. There will be no direct access for private vehicles at the ‘Callaghan’s Gate’ Lotabeg entrance on Lower Glanmire Road. Entrance to the house will be by catalogue only (€20, admits two adults), available to purchase at the Silver Springs Clayton Hotel where ample parking is available and from where a return shuttle bus will bring viewers to and from the hotel and the house. Further details are available at Collections and Deliveries Please also note that there will be no collections of items purchased from the house. All items will be moved to Mailboxes Storage Facilities and will be available for collection upon production of a paid invoice from Mealy’s. Please contact Mailboxes Etc. MBE Fine Art Antique Shippers, Commerce House, 14 Washington Street West, Cork City.

C.W. Mahony

Tel: +353 (0) 21 497 5060 Mob: +353 (0) 86 340 0160 Mob: +353 (0) 83 185 8194 Email: Web:

The rear exterior of Lotabeg


Session 1: Lots 1-380

6 A CARVED CHINESE WOODEN DRAGON FORK AND SPOON, a pair of Chinese slippers; four Chinese purses; a pair of cased Eastern theatrical framed scenes; five unusual Chinese theatrical patch work silk figures, and other miscellaneous Asian art pieces. (a lot) €80 - 120 7 A LARGE IRISH DEMASK TABLE CLOTH, 13ft (399cm)h x 7ft4 (220cm); together with six similar smaller table cloths. (a lot) €150 - 250


1 ROBERT LOWE STOPFORD (1813-1898) The Busy Interior of The Old Queen’s Castle Department Store, signed lower right and dated 1848, 15” (38cm) h x 21.5” (54cm). (1) Note: The Queen’s Old Castle was one of Cork’s best known shops for over 100 years and was managed in the late 19th and early 20th century from to 1879 to 1902 by John S. Hart, the father of Vincent Hart, the owner of Lotabeg. This unique watercolour depicting the store in operation passed to the present owners by descent. €1500 - 2500 2 A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY BOOKCASE, in the Gothic style, the top George IV period, with a gadroon moulded frieze, over two doors, each with triple arched glass panels, on a William IV base, with two arched panel doors, flanking two turned columns, and raised on an inverted breakfront plinth, 52” (132cm), as is, adapted. (1) €300 - 500 3 A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY HALL CHAIRS, each with solid seat, raised on tapering legs. (2) €150 - 250 4 A THIRTY EIGHT PIECE COLOURFUL PART COPELAND CHINA TEA SERVICE, including tea pot and cover; together with some modern Dresden similar pieces. (38) €100 - 200 5 A SIX PIECE PART JAPANESE SATSUMA TEA SET, comprising tea pot and cover, five tea bowls, and a small jug; together with other Japanese Satsuma wear; a Japanese Kutani bowl; a pewter-mounted terracotta dragon tea pot; five Chinese graduating porcelain nesting bowls; and some other miscellaneous. (a lot) €100 - 150 8

8 A PAIR OF INDIAN PIERCED BRASS POT POURRI BOTTLE VASES AND COVERS, each with pierced body and neck, 11.5” (29cm); together with a similar brass two handled cup and cover; a brass basket carrier; a Chinese brass pagoda; a pair of Chinese brass dragon vases; a mosque ornament; a small Chinese brass censor; and a set of five brass bowls. (14) €80 - 120 9 TWO BLACK BISQUE HEADED DOLLS, by Armand Marseille, Germany, with detached limbs, one neck inscribed A.M., Germany 351/14.K, the other inscribed A.M Germany 351/3.K; together with a spare black doll torso; and other black doll limbs. (a lot). €100 - 200 10 AN ARMAND MARSEILLE BISQUE HEADED DOLL, the head inscribed Armand Marseille Germany 390. A. 31/2. M, with composition torso and limbs, one limb with section missing; together with an Armand Marseille bisque doll head inscribed A.M. Germany 352/4; and another Armand Marseille composition doll, with stuffed torso and limbs. (3) €80 - 120 11 A LARGE STUFFED AND MOUNTED STAG HEAD AND ANTLERS, 43” (110cm) x 16” (41cm). (1) €550 - 600 12 TWO INDIAN BELL SHAPED VASES OR CANDLE STICKS, 6.5” (17cm); a heavy metal Indian vase, 10” (26cm); six Indian Brass and coconut shell bowls; three Chinese bronze censors, one on a hardwood stand; two brass trays; a carved wooden bowl; and another brass candlestick. (16) €100 - 150

13 13 A FINE AESTHETIC MOVEMENT CABINET, in parcel gilt, satinwood, and bird’s eye maple, the cornice with an arched crest above a square door, the centre painted with mythical scene inside a circular ebonised and carved band, flanked with two shelves to either side on a conforming base with frieze drawer and two further shelves below, 82” (208cms) h. x 53” (135cms) wide. (1) €1000 - 1500 14 A ROYAL DOULTON TOBY JUG, modelled as Sir Winston Churchhill; another similar ditto modelled as British Field Marshall Montgomery; and a fifteen piece miniature gold coloured porcelain Vienna style coffee service. (a lot) €80 - 150 15 A COLLECTION OF SIX CHINESE RECTANGULAR AND OVAL SNUFF AND TRINKET BOXES, some etched with animals, others with figures and calligraphy, various sizes, the largest 3.5in (9cm). (6) €80 - 120 16 A JAPENESE INRO OR PURSE NOVELTY FIGURE, suspended from another Japanese carved wooden figure. (1) €80 - 120


Hallway 17 A PAIR OF UNUSUAL NICKEL PLATED CLASSICAL FIGURES, one of a woman with helmet holding a shield depicting Medusa, the other a man in armour with a sword and shield, both perched on a black polished limestone plinth, supported by four reeded columns, 12.5” (31cm). (2) €250 - 270

24 A FRENCH BRONZED METAL MANTEL CLOCK CASE, in the Classical style, late 19th Century, with cherubs and scrolling vines, (as is); together with a Palissy style majollica shell bowl decorated with reptiles, (as is), and a pair of composition bookends, modelled as cherubs. (4) €80 - 100

18 A HEAVY CAST CHINESE BRASS HANDLE WITH A DRAGON, together with two brass strapwork hinges, a Chinese bronze paper knife; a bronze cherub; three old Chinese pipes; a miniature stick and umbrella stand; three soap stone seals; a silver plated time piece; an ox horn mask; a horn stick handle, and a collection of old Chinese theatrical pottery figures, etc. (a lot) €80 - 120

25 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, Landscape with Waterfall in Foreground, O.O.C., indistinctly signed lower left, 11.5in (29cm)h x 15.25in (39cm). (1) €200 - 300

26 MARK O’NEILL (B. 1963), Still Life, Brown Bottle, O.O.B., 20in (51cm)h x 15in (38cm). (1) €1500 - 2000 27 A THREEFOLD INDIAN CARVED OPENWORK SCREEN, late 19th or early 20th century, each leaf with an oval carved panel depicting a royal figure, surrounded by eleven other carved open work panels, various shapes and sizes, 6ft (183cm)h x 64” (184cm)w. (1) €400 - 600 28 A HEAVY 19TH CENTURY RECTANGULAR INDIAN CARVED ROSEWOOD CENTRE TABLE, the moulded top with rounded corners, on ornate carved frieze, on four supports carved with a series of mythical animals, on a square moulded stretcher shelf with paw feet, 31 ½” (80cms). (1) €400 - 600

19 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS CHINESE AND INDIAN BRASS, comprising various trays; incense burners; small jars and covers; a bell, Chinese pipes, etc. (a lot) €80 - 150 20 A HEAVY CHINESE GILT BRONZE BOWL, with pot belly and two grotesque mythical animal mask handles, the bands with phoenix and grotesque masks in relief, 13” (33cm). (1) €200 - 300

29 A VERY ORNATE CARVED AND PIERCED VICTORIAN BURMESE ARMCHAIR, the tub shaped back carved and pierced with scrolling foliage, above a padded seat and conforming arm fronts and apron, raised on cabriole legs. (1) See illustration on page 10 €600 - 800

21 AN EARLY CHNESE BRONZE TABLE STAND, or jardiniere stand, chased with various flowers and other emblems, with shaped apron and raised on three legs, 9” (23cm). (1) €150 - 250

30 WILLIAM MEADOWS (ACT. 1870-1895), Fishing Boats in Choppy Waters off a Coastline, O.O.C., signed lower left and dated 1885, 15.5in (39cm)h x 23.25in (59cm). (1) €800 - 1200


22 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIRS, each with double arched back and scroll splat, on front cabriole legs. (2) €80 - 120 23 A CARVED INDIAN EBONY SHRINE, modelled with two deities under an arch, crested with a grotesque mask, 13.5” (34cm); together with another similar carved religious figure and two other similar ditto. (4) €100 - 200


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31 TWO SIMILAR WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY HAT AND COAT STANDS, with shaped hooks and urn finial raised on a tripod base with scroll legs, both as is, 65” (166cm)h. (2) €250 - 350 32 AN UNUSUAL INDIAN URN STAND, the two stage half fluted stem surmounted by a leaf moulded bowl and a square stem below, supported in the mouth of a stylized animal on square moulded step with paw feet, approx. 5’4”. (1) €700 - 1100 33 A PAIR OF UNUSUAL LATE 19TH OR EARLY 20TH CENTURY INDIAN CARVED HARDWOOD OCCASIONAL TABLES, each profusely carved with scrolling foliage and figures, raised on three elephant mask and trunk feet with ivory tusks, 27” (69cms). (2) €300 - 400

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34 A LARGE CANTONESE PORCELAIN VASE, profusely decorated with warriors flowers and applied with dragons in relief, the flared neck applied with two double temple lion handles, and other fan and circular panels decorated with figures, 57” (120cm). (1) €1500 - 2000 35 A LARGE CANTONESE PORCELAIN VASE, the flared neck decorated with phoenix among flowering tree with other birds in flight, and a larger lower panel decorated with birds perched on a flowering chrysanthemum against a pink floral ground, 47” (120cm). (1) €1500 - 2000 36 AN UNUSUAL PAIR OF LATE 19TH CENTURY IRISH GILTWOOD WALL BRACKETS, each in the form of a harp supporting a shelf, 12” (31cms) high, 11in (28cm) wide. (2) €300 - 500 37 A PAIR OF CHINESE STYLE SAMSON POWDER BLUE PORCELAIN VASES AND COVERS, each decorated with panels of flowers, under a domed cover, 12.5” (32cm). (2) €100 - 150 38 A PAIR OF 18TH CENTURY PROVINCIAL ELM AND YEW DINING CHAIRS, each with pierced splat and drop in tapestry covered seat and raised on front square chamfered legs. (2) €200 - 300

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44 A POLISHED LIMESTONE AND ROUGE MARBLE MANTEL CLOCK, the rouge and black marble dial signed J.F. Hackett under a model of the Warwick Vase, with interlaced handles and masks raised on bronze lion paw feet, 14” (35cms). (1) €300 - 400

39 39 A GEORGE II PERIOD MAHOGANY FOLD OVER CARD TABLE, with projecting rounded corners, the interior with oval cut out money slots, above a wide frieze and raised on four cabriole legs with pad feet, 31.5” (80cm). (1) €700 - 1100 40 A TURQOISE AND WHITE GROUND MINTON BOWL, 19th century, in the form of an amphora vase being carried by two cherubs, on a rectangular moulded base, 12” (30.5cm) high, 14” (36cm) wide. (1) €200 - 300 41 AFTER MICHAELANGELO HAYES (1820-1877), a set of six Irish coloured coaching scenes, from Bianconi’s Establishment, 1856, 10” (25cm)h x 14” (46cm). (6) €400 - 600 42 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY LIBRARY TABLE, the rectangular top on a pair of baluster turned stems, raised on four double scroll legs, 55” (140cms) adapted. (1) €200 - 300 43 A FINE REGENCY PERIOD RED LACQUERED PAPER MACHÉ TRAY, the centre with rectangular red lacquered panel, inside a border of four decorated vignettes, one decorated with figures by a river and other similar landscapes, inside a border of scrolling leaves, and applied with two gilt brass handles, 32.25” (82cm)w. (1) €400 - 600


45 AN IRISH MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIR, 19th century, with arched and padded back and padded seat, raised on front shell capped cabriole legs, with ball and claw feet. (1) €450 - 550 46 WILLIAM SMALL H.R.S.A, R.I., (1843-1929), Returning from the Market, W.C. and wash, signed with monogram and dated ‘73 lower right, 12.5in (32cm)h x 18.25in (46cm). (1) €700 - 1200 47 THE STYLE OF LOUIS WILLIAM WAIN (18601939), Two Cats in Costume Dancing on a Country Lane, W.C., bears a signature, 11.5”; (29cm)h x 15” (38cm). (1) €250 - 350 48 A LARGE PAIR OF GERMAN PORCELAIN FIGURES, probably Meissen, each with incised mark, CA 186, one modelled as an elegant lady wearing a colourful dress and making a floral garland, the other a gentleman in elegant attire, holding a basket of flowers and his hair tied in a pony tail, 22” (56cm). (2) €2000 - 2500

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52 AFTER SIR PETER LELY, an 18th century portrait engraving, Madam Parson, by J Verkolye, 13” (33cm)h x 10” (25cm); another after Sir Godfrey Kneller, The Lord Buckhurst and Lady Mary Sackvil, His Sister; another portrait engraving after Sir Peter Lely by James McArdell, A Lady Seated with a Sheep; an early portrait engraving by J. Smith, Gentleman Holding a Candle; and one other after Kneller, Young Girl with Dove. (5) €300 - 500

49 A LATE 19TH CENTURY CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE VASE, with double temple lion handles, under a flaring neck, decorated with various flowers, fruit and vases, 22.75” (58cm). (1) €350 - 400 50 A MAHOGANY GEORGE IV SIDE TABLE, with the D shaped top raised on ring turned legs, 46” (117cms), as is, adapted, part of a dining room table. (1) €80 - 120 51 ATTRIBUTED TO HENRY THOMAS ALKEN (1785-1851), a set of three watercolours, each depicting a hunting scene, 9” (23c)h x 11” (28cm). (3) €350 - 550 See illustration on page 12

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51 53 A FINE WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY SERVING TABLE, Irish probably by Williams & Gibton, struck with the five digit no. 16050, with three quarter gallery & plate slots, above a moulded top and two concealed frieze drawers probably adapted, raised on four spiral reeded legs, the front legs with lion paw feet, 44” (112cm)h x 8ft2 (248cm) w x 30” (76cm)d. (1) €1000 - 1500 54 A MINIATURE FIGURED MAHOGANY APPRENTICE PIECE CHEST, or specimen chest, with an arrangement of three long and two short drawers, raised on bracket feet, 14.5” (27cm)h x 13.5” (34cm). (1) €500 - 550

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55 AN UNUSUAL SMALL 19TH CENTURY TABLE TOP COLLECTORS’ CABINET, for medals and coins, with eight drawers, inside an arched and glazed door and a brass swing handle surmounted on the top, 7” (18cm)h x 7.5” (19cm)w. (1) €300 - 350 56 A FINE SQUARE ORMOLU JARDINIERE, late 19th century, with four hand painted enamel panels, one depicting mountainous landscape, two river landscapes, and the main panel decorated with a peasant woman holding an infant and a goat by her side in a landscape, the top cast with four classical masks, spitting floral swags, within ribbon bands and four urn corner finial’s, above four caryatid corner pilasters, each issuing leaf swags and centred with cartouches, on four leaf scroll legs, 10.5” (27cm)h x 8.5” (22cm)2. (1) €3000 - 3500


57 A REGENCY PERIOD BRASS INLAID ROSEWOOD TEA CADDY, of sarcophagus form, with divided interior, on four bun feet, 8” (20cm). (1) €150 - 250 58 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY IRISH SCHOOL, Portrait of Lord Mayor with Chain of Office, O.O.C., 37.5” (94cm) h x 26” (66cm) (1) €80 - 120 59 A CARVED WOODEN CEREMONIAL URN AND COVER, with a series of fluted and intricate handles and legs, and with domed cover, 21” (54cms). (1) €250 - 350 60 A VERY GOOD PAIR OF LATE GEORGE III PERIOD CRESTED MAHOGANY HALL CHAIRS, the vase shaped crested back, above a solid seat, raised on front square tapering legs. (2) Provenance: From the collection of Sir Robert Uniacke Penrose Fitz-Gerald, Cork Begg Island, now demolished. €1000 - 1500 61 A VICTORIAN EBONIZED AND MAPLE BANDED CREDENZA, with gilt metal mounts, the inverted break front with a panel door inlaid with scrolling foliage and flanked with two inlaid pilasters, one headed with a gilt metal capital, flanked with two bow shaped glass doors, 60” (153cms). (1) €400 - 600


Hallway 62 A REGENCY GILT THREE COMPARTMENT OVERMANTEL, the moulded top with rounded corners and conforming pilasters, raised on lion paw feet, 51” (130cms). (1) €500 - 700 63 A LARGE STUFFED AND MOUNTED FALLOW, (Dama Dama), head and antlers, 49” (125cm) x 29” (74cm). (1) €550 - 600 64 A VERY FINE 20TH CENTURY SILK VICTORIAN PERSIAN RUG, depicting a royal court scene, with prince, attendants and musicians in a royal garden, against turquoise and navy blue and an ivory border with wild animals amongst foliage, 101” (256cm) h x 66” (168cm). (1) €1200 - 1500 65 A SET OF FOUR BRONZE FIGURES, each emblematic of the four seasons, each raised on a circular polished limestone base, 17” (43cm). (4) €600 - 650

66 A LARGE CONTINENTAL PORCELAIN GROUP, modelled with classical figures around an alter, with doves and dog, on oval fluted base, 15.5” (39cm)h x 16” (41cm).m (1) €1000 - 1500 67 A SMALL 19TH CENTURY CUT GLASS CELERY VASE, 7.5” (19cm); a small pickle jar and cover; two pairs of double spouted wine glass coolers; another pair of similar ditto, possibly Cork; together with six 19th century glass finger bowls. (14) €80 - 120 68 AFTER GIOVANNI DOMENICO CAMPIGLIA (1692-1768), Raccolta Di Statua Antiqua, a set of eight 18th century engravings of sculptural antiquity, 18.5” (48cm)h x 12” (31cm). (8) €800 - 1200 69 A FINE GEORGE III PERIOD MAHOGANY PEMBROKE TABLE, with exquisite patina, the rectangular flaps flanking a frieze drawer, raised on square chamfered legs, headed with sea scroll spandrels, the legs united by a shaped stretcher shelf, 27.5” (70cm)h x 29” (74cm). (1) €800 - 1200


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70 A FINE GEORGE IV IRISH MAHOGANY SECRETAIRE BOOKCASE, probably Cork and likely commissioned by Daniel Callaghan MP for Lotabeg in the 1830s, the cornice with a central panel flanked with two double scrolls above two glazed doors, flanked by carved pilasters, above a cylinder bureau section with fitted interior and two frieze drawers, raised on spiral reeded legs with lion paw feet, 46” (117cms)w. (1) See illustration on page 13 €2500 - 3500 71 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS CUT GLASS DRINKING GLASSES, comprising ports, sherries, cocktail glasses, etc., some in part sets. (approx 34). €80 - 120 72 A SET OF SEVEN EARLY 19TH CENTURY CORK VASE SHAPED GLASSES, each on stem base 4.25” (12cm); together with six other similar glasses; nine liqueur glasses; three leaf engraved port glasses and three other glasses. (28) €80 - 120 73 A MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTION OF 19TH CENTURY AND OTHER DRINKING GLASSES, comprising wines, sherries, ports, and four grapefruit bowls. (approx 43) €70 - 120

76 A VERY ATTRACTIVE AUBUSSON CARPET, with oval centre floral medallion, against an ivory ground, inside a framed panel, on triple band borders, in shades of pink, ivory, green, blue, 122” (310cm)l x 97” (247cm)w. (1) €800 - 1000 77 A PERSIAN CARPET, with double diamond centre medallion, against ivory and navy blue against an all over stylised floral pattern, within ivory spandrels and triple band border, 10ft3 (210cm) x 6ft10 (210cm). (1) €300 - 500 78 A FINE TURKISH CARPET, with centre iron red floral medallion, on an all over floral fawn ground, within shaped spandrels, and a floral fawn border, with three smaller bands, 9ft8 (295cm) x 6ft5 (198cm). (1) €400 - 600 79 A FINE KASHMIR STYLE CARPET, With all over floral design, on a burgundy ground, inside a fawn border, 11ft (335cm) x 7ft10 (240cm). (1) €500 - 700

81 81 A REGENCY STYLE GILT BRASS CHANDELIER, with leaf cast corona, issuing festoons of glass beads, to a circular brass band supporting six torch style arms, united by cast floral swags, above a basket of glass beads, approx. 40” (102cm)h x 24” (61cm)w. (1) €2000 - 3000

74 74 TAXIDERMY: A STUFFED AND MOUNTED HEAD OF A SPRINGBOK, head, neck, and shoulders, with two horns, approx 32” (82cm) h. (1) €450 - 550 75 A FINE KASHMIR STYLE CARPET, with all over floral design, on a burgundy ground, inside a fawn border, 10ft8 (327cm)l x 7ft8 (234cm). (1) €400 - 600


80 80 AN EDWARDIAN BRASS SQUARE SHAPED HALL LANTERN, with coloured leaded glass panels, each corner with a spiral fluted and reeded pilaster, approx. 44” (112cm) high including suspender tube, 11” (29cm) wide. (1) €250 - 350

82 82 A VERY UNUSUAL LATE 19TH CENTURY GILT BRASS HALL LANTERN, of hexagonal form, with six oval ruby and frosted glass panels, under a leaf cast corona and a reeded tubular suspender, approx. 5ft (153cm) high, including suspender, approx. 14” (36cm) wide. (1) €1500 - 2000


Hallway 87 A PETITE POINT TAPESTRY WALL HANGING, with oval centre, decorated with sprays of roses, on an ivory ground, inside conforming spandrels and border, approx 70” (178cm)l x 46” (117cm) w. (1) €200 - 300 88 WILLIAM FREDERICK HULK (1852-c.1906), Bringing Home the Cattle, depicting a landscape with a figure, haystacks and cattle, O.O.C., signed lower left, 19.5in (50cm)h x 15.25” (39cm). (1) €600 - 800

88 83 AN IRISH WILLIAM IV MAHOGANY DOUBLE ENDED SETTEE, probably Cork and likely commissioned by Daniel Callaghan MP for Lotabeg in the 1830s, the stylised shell crest and leaf scroll back above a padded panel and two scroll ends, above a padded seat, raised on splayed leaf carved scroll legs with heavy lion paw feet, 92” (234cm). (1) €1500 - 2500 84 WYCLIFFE EGGINGTON, R.I. R.W.S. (1875- 1951), A Large Moorland Landscape, with sheep grazing in foreground, W.C., signed lower left, 21.5” (55cm)h x 30” (76cm). (1) €350 - 550

89 85 A PETIT POINT TAPESTRY WALL HANGING, with all over floral pattern and conforming border, on ivory ground, approx 70” (178cm)l x 46” (117cm)w. (1) €200 - 300 86 AN AUBUSSON STYLE TAPESTRY WALL HANGING, with central oval floral medallion inside a floral band, on a fawn ground and colourful borders, approx 70” (178cm)l x 46” (117cm)w. (1) €200 - 300

89 JOHN FAULKNER, R.H.A., ( 1835-1894), River Landscape, with figure angling and village beyond, signed and indistinctly inscribed lower left; together with another similar subject by the same hand, also signed and indistinctly inscribed lower left, a pair, 13.5in (34cm)h x 26in (68cm). (2) €1500 - 2000 90 AN IRON RED GROUND PERSIAN CARPET, decorated with floral sprays, inside an ivory border, 12ft6 (381cm) x9ft4 (284cm). (1) €400 - 600



94 91 91 A GEORGE III RED WALNUT DROPLEAF TABLE, with nicely figured top and two demilune flaps, raised on tapering turned legs, terminating in pad feet, 33.5in (85cm). (1) €500 - 800

93 AFTER GIOVANNI DOMENICO CAMPIGLIA (1692-1768), Raccolta Di Statua Antiqua, a set of eight 18th century engravings of antique sculpture, 18.5” (48cm)h x 12” (31cm). (8) €800 - 1200

92 A PAIR OF CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL BOTTLE VASES, probably Indian, profusely decorated with flowers, 10” (26cms), and a small Chinese cloisonné Bowl. (3) €150 - 200

94 19TH CENTURY IRISH SCHOOL, A View of the Lakes of Killarney, depicting figures and animals and large stately mansion in foreground, W.C., 22” (56cm)h x 33” (84cm). (1) €600 - 900 95 A VERY UNUSUAL PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY CHINESE CHIPPENDALE STYLE MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, each arched and leaf moulded back with an acorn finial, above an openwork panel with geometric designs, above a drop in seat, raised on front square blind fret cut square legs, united by a pierced stretcher. (2) €1000 - 1500 96 A FINE GEORGE IV PERIOD MAHOGANY CONSOLE TABLE, probably Cork and likely commissioned by Daniel Callaghan M.P., the rectangular white marble top above a leaf, bead and gadroon moulded frieze and raised on leaf carved scroll cabriole supports, on lion paw terminals and conforming pilasters to the rear, raised on a concave bead moulded plinth, 38” (97cm)h x 46” (117cm)w. (1) €2000 - 3000 97 A FINE CHINESE CHIPPENDALE STYLE CARVED GILTWOOD PIER MIRROR, 19th century by Butler of Dublin, the ornate carved frame, crested with a Hoho bird above two mirror plates, the frame carved with floral swags and other scrolling foliage and flanked to either side with two further Hoho birds, the shaped apron with a central pierced cartouche and trellis panels to either side, 69” (176cm)h x 40” (102cm)w. (1) See illustration on page 18 €5000 - 8000




93 (set of eight engravings)

97 (pier mirror)

113 (pair of Waterford glass bowls)

99 (mantel clock)

96 (console table)

95 (pair of chairs)


98 A VERY FINE PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY ORMOLU AND WHITE MARBLE CANDELABRA, in the manner of Matthew Bolton, each of vase form with two mythical Pan masks issuing floral swags and supporting five rustic candle arms on a square stem base, 34” (86cm)h. (2) €8000 - 15000 99 A FINE 19TH CENTURY GILT BRASS AND WHITE MARBLE MANTLE CLOCK, by Japes Frères of Paris, the lever movement with outside count wheel striking on a steel bell, the circular enamel dial with Roman numerals, in an unusual leaf and scroll cast case, crested with a laurel wreath and scroll, flanked to one side with a figure of Shakespeare seated on a stool holding a quill, the other side with theatrical trophies, on a white marble two stage moulded plinth, under glass dome, 17.44” x 23” (46 x 56cms). (1) €1500 - 2500 100 JAMES LYNWOOD PALMER (1865-1941), Ard Patrick & Galtee More with Foal Frolicking in a Wooded Landscape, oil on canvas, 51.5” (131cm)h x 72” (183cm)w. (1) Note: Ard Patrick (1899-1923) was an Irish-bred and British trained Thoroughbred racehorse and sire who was one of the leading two-year-olds of 1901 who won the Epsom Derby in 1902. He returned from injury problems to record his most important success when he defeated Sceptre and the Derby winner Rock Sand in the 1903 Eclipse Stakes at Sandown Park Racecourse. He was then retired from racing and was exported to Germany where he became a successful sire of several subsequent winners. Galtee More (1894-1917) was an Irish-bred and British trained Thoroughbred racehorse and sire. In a career that lasted from 1896 to 1897 he ran thirteen times and won eleven races. As a three-year-old in 1897, he became the seventh horse to win the English Triple Crown by winning the 2000 Guineas at Newmarket, the Derby at Epsom, and the St Leger at Doncaster. At the end of the season he was sold to the Russian government and went on to have a successful stud career in both Russia and Germany. He died following an accident in 1917. The owner of both houses was Mr. John Gubbins, who was related through marriage to the Mahonys of Lotamore and Lotabeg. €20000 - 30000




101 JOHN BEER (c. 1860- c. 1930), Ard Patrick Wins the Eclipse Stakes 1903, at Sandown with his jockey Herbert “Otto” Madden, W.C., signed, inscribed and dated, 14.5” (37cm)h x 21” (54cm). (1) Note: Mr. John Gubbins was related through marriage to the Mahonys of Lotamore and Lotabeg €300 - 500






102 JOHN BEER (c.1860-c. 1930), Ard Patrick Being Led by his Owner Mr. John Gubbins and with Herbert Otto Madden, After Winning the Eclipse Stakes at Sandown Park 1903, W.C., signed and inscribed 14.5” (37cm)h x 21” (54cm). (1) Note: Mr. John Gubbins was related through marriage to the Mahonys of Lotamore and Lotabeg €300 - 500



103 JOHN BEER (c.1860- c. 1930) , Finishing the Derby 1909, won by His Majesties Minoru, signed, inscribed, and dated 1909, 12.5” (32cm)h x 20.5” (52cm). (1) €300 - 500


104 104 GEORGE FINCH MASON (1850-1915), Galtee More Wins the Saint Ledger 1897, W.C., signed, inscribed and dated 1897, 10” (26cm)h x 13.75” (35cm). (1) €300 - 500

107 TAXIDERMY: A STUFFED AND MOUNTED MOUNTAIN GOAT, head with two horns, approx., 25” (64cm)h x 24” (61cm)w. (1) €700 - 750

105 AFTER FRANK STONELAKE, a set of twelve caricature hunting prints, framed as a pair, each containing six attractive prints, each 5.5” (13cm)h x 6.5” (16.5cm)w. (2) €180 - 250

108 A LARGE IRISH DEMASK TABLE CLOTH, 14ft6 (440cm)h x 7ft4 (223cm); another similar 12ft (370cm) x 7ft4 (224cm); and two smaller table cloths and other miscellaneous table linen. (a lot) €200-250

106 AFTER GUILLAUME COUSTEAU (1677-1746), a pair of bronze and gilt bronze equestrian groups depicting Marley Horses, each with groom resting on oval moulded black lacquered base, 24” (61cm)h x 22” (56cm). (2) €1500 - 2500

109 AFTER GIOVANNI DOMENICO CAMPIGLIA (1692-1768), Raccolta Di Statua Antiqua, a set of eight 18th century engravings of antique sculpture, 18.5” (48cm)h x 12” (31cm). (8) €800 - 1200

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110 ATTRIBUTED TO J.E. BOSANQUET (ACT. 1854-1869), A Large Stately Home by the Sea, probably near Cobh, watercolour, 16.25” (41cm)h x 27” (68cm). (1) €500 - 800

111 J.E. BOSANQUET (ACT. 1854-1869), Dripsey Bridge, Cork, depicting a castle with figures and cattle in the foreground, W.C., 24in (61cm)h x 31in (79cm). (1) €1000 - 1500 22


Hallway 112 AN EARLY CONTINENTAL PIERCED BRASS BED WARMER, with armorial cover, with an inscribed outer band, and with iron poker type handle, approx 42” (107cm). (1) €240 - 260 113 A PAIR OF WATERFORD CRYSTAL CANOE SHAPED CUT-GLASS STEMMED BOWLS, each on circular foot, 9” (23cm)h x 13.25” (34cm). (2) €700 - 1200 114 AN ATTRACTIVE HEXAGONAL SHAPED VICTORIAN STYLE DOMESTIC POST BOX, the of recent manufacture, leaf carved roof with an acorn finial, with a bead edge, above a brass letter slot and a royal mail brass panel on a hinged door, above a base drawer, 23” (58cm)h x 10” (25cm)w. (1) €400 - 500 115 A LARGE LIFESIZE STUFFED AND MOUNTED MOUNTAIN GOAT, with two curved back reeded horns, on a rugged style base, 87” (221cm)h x 47” (120cm). (1) €4000 - 6000

116 A REGENCY GILT AND GESSO CREST, in the form of eagle with outstretched wings, 30” (76cm) approx. (1) €400 - 600 117 AN ATTRACTIVE EDWARDIAN HALL GONG, with oval brass drum and striker, the brass horse head on an oval oak panel, 26” (66cm)h x 10” (26cm)w. (1) €150 - 250 118 A 19TH CENTURY CARVED OAK HALL GONG, probably Irish, with lion mask crest, above an arch in a vine moulded frame and a circular heavy brass drum, lacking striker on scroll feet, 28” (72cms). (1) €350 - 550 119 A MODERN CREAM PAINTED WALL MIRROR, 57” (145cm)h x 28.5” (72cm). (1) €80 - 120


122 AN ATTRACTIVE BRONZE FIGURE modelled as a kneeling lady, pouring from a vessel, 36” (92cm)h. (1) €700 - 1200

120 AN ATTRACtIVE IRISH DOUBLE CHAIR BACK SETTEE, in the style of Butler of Dublin, the back with two pierced splats and flanked with two leaf carved elbow rests, terminating in scrolling eagle heads, above a drop-in padded seat, the front apron with central shell, on leaf caved cabriole legs and paw feet, united by a conforming stretcher, 58” (127cm). (1) €2500 - 3500 121 A 19TH CENTURY GILT AND GESSO JARDINIERE, the shaped pan supported on a rustic stem with fern leaves and two cherubs standing on a serpentine platform, with four leaf scroll legs, 33in (84cms) square, as is. (1) €300 - 500

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123 AN ATTRACTIVE EBONY WALKING STICK, with silver plated handle, applied with ribbon bows and swags, 37” (94cm), and another silver mounted and enamel walking cane, with dragon fly, 33” (84cm). (2) €150 - 200

125 A SILVER MOUNTED HORN HOOK HANDLED BAMBOO WALKING STICK, another silver mounted hook handled walking cane, and an art Nouveau silver mounted hard wood walking stick, all approx 36” (92cm). (3) €200 - 300 126 A GEORGE III INLAID MAHOGANY LONGCASE CLOCK, by Thomas Chappell of London, the arched and moulded hood above a brass dial with eight day movement, subsidiary dial for seconds and date aperture, within a circular chapter ring with Arabic and Roman numerals, the dial arch with phases of the moon, signed on a band, within an arched and glazed door, flanked to each side with half fluted and brass inlaid reeded column, above an ornate brass inlaid trunk door, on a moulded and panel box base, 90” (229cm)h x 21” (53cm). (1) €3000 - 5000

124 124 AN UNUSUAL SILVER MOUNTED MALACCA SWORD STICK, with silver buckle collar and knop finial; together with another Indian Malacca cane with white metal mount depicting figures under arches in relief, both approx 36” (92cm). (2) €180 - 250

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127 AFTER JAMES MALTON, Nineteen Views of Dublin, most hand coloured, others black and white, including two monochrome, each uniformly framed, in ebonized and parcel gilt Hogarth frames, all approx 16” (41cm)h x 20.5” (52cm). (19) €1000 - 1500



Hallway 128 TAXIDERMY: A LARGE STUFFED AND MOUNTED MOOSE HEAD, with double spiked antlers, 44” (102cm)d x 24” (6cm)h x 36” (92cm)w approx. (1) €1600 - 2000 129 A LARGE KASHMIR STYLE CARPET, with all over square pattern, incorporating panels of flowers in various colours, inside a red floral border, 16ft5 (500cm)l x 12ft8 (386cm)w. (1) €600 - 800 130 A WILLIAM IV PERIOD GILT BRASS FROSTED AND CUTGLASS COLZA CEILING LIGHT, with ornate leaf cast corona, and four ornate chain suspenders, supporting an ormolu frame with four arms and a central two handled urn, above a cut glass bowl, with leaf and scroll terminal, 62” (157cm)h x 36” (92cm) approx. (1) €2000 - 3000 131 A 17TH CENTURY STYLE CARVED OAK WAINSCOT CHAIR, 19th century, with padded back and seat, raised on ornate carved legs united by a conforming stretcher. (1) €150 - 250


128 132 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY ROSEWOOD WHEEL BAROMETER, of unusual large size, by J. Somalvico & Son London, the main circular silverised dial with Arabic numerals and a centre panel depicting a terrestrial globe, above a signed spirit level dial and a bow fronted thermometer dial above and dry/damp dial, under a swan neck pediment, 49” (125cm)h x 15” (38cm). (1) €1800 - 2500

132 133 AFTER G.A. HAMILTON, (1723-1798), 18th century portrait engraving, by J. Faber Portrait of Elizabeth Duchess of Hamilton and Brandon, in ebonized and parcel gilt frame; another portrait after Hamilton, engraved by Joseph McArdell, Maria Countess of Coventry, in similar frame; another of Elizabeth Duchess of Hamilton and Brandon and Duchess of Argyll , after C. Reed and engraved by J. Finlayson, and another early portrait engraving depicting a lady with bead tiara, all approx 20” (51cm)h x 14” (36cm)w. (4) €400 - 600

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134 B. LAMBERT ( 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH), Tranquil River Landscape, signed, in ornate gilt frame; together with its companion, Winter Landscape with Figure on a Road, also signed, a pair, oils on canvas, 14” x 26” (35cm x 67cm). (2) €400 - 600 135 AFTER O. ERDMANN, a pair of attractive coloured prints, depicting elegant figures in interiors, 23in” (63cm); together with another 1930s limited edition coloured lithograph, depicting a lady with two cheetahs. (3) €100 - 200

136 AN INLAID AND CROSS BANDED MAHOGANY WHEEL BAROMETER, by C & C Dixey of London, the swan neck pediment above an arrangement of four dials, including a bow fronted temperature dial and a silverised main dial with convex and brass bezel, 43.5” (110cm). (1) €400 - 600

138 A VERY UNUSUAL REGENCY STYLE MAHOGANY CAMEL BACK SETTEE, with padded seat, sides and back, covered in ivory fabric and raised on six legs including four sabre legs, 91in (231cm). (1) €400 - 600 139 A RARE 18TH CENTURY PROVINCIAL IRISH WALNUT LONGCASE CLOCK, by William Hadlock of Waterford, with eight day movement, the moulded cornice above a marquetry inlaid frieze and a square brass dial with silverised chapter ring, with Arabic and Roman numerals and subsidiary dial for seconds and date aperture, inside ornate spandrels, the canted pilasters inlaid with columns above an arched an nicely figured bird’s eye maple door, on a moulded and cross banded box base, 9.5” (237cm)h x 21.5” (55cm)w. (1) See illustration on page 27 €12000 - 18000 140 A 19TH CENTURY IRISH MAHOGANY HUNT TABLE, with demu-lune flaps, raised on square legs, 82” (209cm) wide. (1) €3000 - 5000


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137 AFTER CHANTREY, a bronze bust, Young Queen Victoria, 17in (44cm)h inscribed verso, Executed by G.F.Ball from a Reduced Copy by T.Thorny Croft, After Chantrey for the Art Union of London 1848. (1) €300 - 500

141 A TRIANGULAR SHAPED TUBULAR BRASS STICK STAND, on cast iron base, 16.5” (42cm). (1) €300 - 500 142 A VERY UNUSUAL CHOCOLATE PATINATED BRONZE LAMP, in the Art Nouveau style, the draped stem with three nude figures, supporting a coloured leaded glass shade, on a square base, 34” (87cm) h. (1) €1000-1500




145 A PAIR OF LATE 19TH CENTURY SITZENDORF PORCELAIN CANDLESTICKS, each modelled with a classical woman and child, on a square serpentine shaped flower encrusted base, 12.5” (32cm). (2) €150 - 250 146 A RARE IRISH CARVED BOG OAK WALKING CANE, with scrolling vines, shamrocks and serpent in relief, the jeweled finial on gilt metal, set with semi precious stones and central tiger eye, etched with scrolling shamrocks, 37” (94cm) h. (1) €250 - 350 147 A WILLIAM IV MAHOGANY DINING ROOM SERVING TABLE, the panel back crested with scrolls, above three cross banded frieze drawers, and a bead edge, raised on turned and tapering reeded legs, 54” (137cms)w x 29” (74cm)d. (1) €800 - 1500


143 A 19TH CENTURY SWISS EIGHT AIR MUSIC BOX, no 59127 guitar, mandolin, and zither, with tune sheet in rectangular marquetry inlaid case 23in (59cm). €800 - 1500 144 AN ATTRACTIVE 19TH CENTURY FOUR FOLD SCREEN, decorated with floral panels, 79” (200cm)h x 94” (239cm)w. (1) €500 - 800

148 A VERY UNUSUAL COPPER MOUNTED BRASS EWER OR KETTLE, probably Chinese, with dragon head spout, and a temple lion finial, and basket covered handle, 19.5” (50cm). (1) €150 - 250 149 A TEN BRANCH GREEN PAINTED METAL AND GLASS CHANDELIER, with festoons of glass buttons and glass drops, of recent manufacture, 40” (102cm)h x 27” (69c)w. approx. (1) €550 - 650

150 150 A PAIR OF HEAVY CAST IRON GARDEN BENCHES, each back with scrolling oak branches and acorns. flanked to either side with similar cast iron panels, the arm terminals each in the form of a dog head, above a slatted wooden seat, on cabriole legs, terminating in paws, 58” (147cm) w. (2) €1500 - 2500 151 TBC A VERY ATTRACTIVE PAIR OF CABINETS, made by Murphy of Cork, cabinet maker, brother of Seamus Murphy RHA, one with book shelves above a foldout mirror lined cocktail cabinet and two cupboard doors below, the other with additional bookshelves and conforming cupboard below, a pair. (2) €1500 - 2500 152 FRANK CARTER (1853-1934), “Mountainous Landscape”, oil on board, and its companion a similar subject, a pair, 13” x 17 ½” (33 x 45cms). (2) €350 - 550 153 A 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH OGEE SHAPED PORCELAIN SOUP TUREEN AND COVER yellow and white ground with grey flowers 14” (36cms). (1) €70 - 120 154 AN ANGLO INDIAN TEAK CAMPAIGN CHEST, with two double panel doors enclosing one long and 6 short drawers, 36” (92cms). (1) €150 - 250



155 A LARGE LATE 19TH CENTURY OVAL GILT WALL MIRROR, in oval floral moulded frame, 38” (97cm)h x 36” (92cm). (1) €200 - 300


Upstairs, Outside, and Basement 156 A REGENCY PERIOD MAHOGANY GENTLEMAN’S LINEN CUPBOARD, the reeded cornice above two nicely figured cross banded panel doors, on a chest base with two long and two short drawers, raised on splayed bracket feet, 50” (126cm). (1) €250 - 350 157 A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY TWO PART BRASS MOUND MILITARY CHEST the upper section with one long and two short drawers, and two long drawers below on bun feet, 41” (104cms). (1) €400 - 600 158 A VICTORIAN CHESTERFIELD SETTEE with drop end, covered in chocolate draylon, on front turned legs, approx 67” (170cm). (1) €80 - 150 159 AN EDWARDIAN FOUR PIECE MAHOGANY CROSSBANDED BEDROOM SUITE, comprising a two door wardrobe with centre mirror panel on a chest base with two drawers and ogee bracket feet, 64” (163cms)w; a matching marble top washstand with marble back above an arrangement of three drawers and a cupboard on square tapering legs, 43” (110cms); a matching dressing table with swing framed mirror above an arrangement of two long, two short and two smaller drawers raised on square tapering legs, 45” (115cms); and a bedside pedestal. (4) €300 - 400

160 A VICTORIAN SERPENTINE FRONTED MAHOGANY DRESSING TABLE lacking back legs, concave platform, 49” (125cms). (1) €50 - 70 161 A REGENCY STYLE GILT OVER MANTEL early 20th century, the moulded cornice above a relief moulded panel with classical scene and three mirror panels below, 47” (120cms). (1) €100 - 150 162 AN EDWARDIAN SLOPE FRONT CROSS BANDED MAHOGANY COAL SCUTTLE, a brass arched spark guard, various fire implements, pair of fire dogs, and a leather hat box. (a lot) €70 - 120 163 A DARK RED GROUND TRIBAL RUG, with hexagonal centre medallion, dark blue spandrels, cruciform medallions decorated with animals and birds, inside a wide border, 7ft11 (241cm) x 5ft 3 (160cm). (1) €200 - 300 164 AN ANGLO INDIAN CARVED SANDALWOOD LADIES WORK BOX, 19th century, with fitted interior and bone inlay, raised on paw fet, 13” (33cm); a smaller similar ditto, 10” (26cm); a small Victorian lap desk; a brass bound Victorian lap desk, and one other Indian box, all as is. (5) €100 - 150 165 A BRASS BOUND MAHOGANY MILIATRY CHEST, with three long and two short drawers, and iron carrying handles, 41” (104cms). (1) €400 - 600 166 A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN INLAID MAHOGANY OCCASIONAL OR BEDROOM CHAIRS, together with another similar pair; and a child’s armchair with saddle seat. (5) €40 - 60


167 A VERY GOOD VICTORIAN WALNUT BEDROOM SUITE, comprising a wardrobe with moulded pediment above a mirror door and a base drawer 45” (115cms); a matching serpentine fronted dressing table with cartouche swing framed mirror above three frieze drawers on front cabriole supports standing on a concave platform, 49” (124cms); a matching marble top wash stand, with three frieze drawers, on a conforming platform 52”(132cm)w; a walnut chest with three long and two short drawers on bun feet, 42” (107cms); and an adapted panelled headboard. (4) €1000 - 1500

168 AN EDWARDIAN BRASS MOUNTED SLOPE FRONT COAL SCUTTLE, together with a walnut bedside pedastel, with drawer cupboard and slide, on cabriole legs; an arched brass cheval fire screen; and a brass fire tidy. (4) €80 - 120 169 A LARGE INDIAN TEAK BRASS MOUNTED DRESSING TABLE, with an arrangement of seven drawers, and raised on square legs, 55” (140cm); together with a small bamboo music canterbury. (2) €40 - 80 170 A GEORGE IV MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE, the rectangular top on turned legs; together with another small occasional table, 36” (92cm). (2) €40 - 60 171 A BRONZED METAL CHANDELIER, with festoons of glass beads and shaped drops, with nine arms and six lights, of recent manufacture, approx. 36” (92cm)h x 24” (61cm) w. (1) €400 - 600 172 A PERSIAN RUG, the iron red ground with a navy blue floral medallion, within conforming spandrels and a navy blue border, 98” (250cm) x 64” (153cm) w. (1) €200 - 300 173 AN IVORY GROUND BOKHARA STYLE RUG, with seven rows of octagons, inside a multi band border, 10ft (305cm)l x 6ft5 (196cm)w. (1) €250 - 350 174 AN OVER PAINTED COLOURED PRINT, Choosing the Wedding Gown, depicting figures in a shop interior, in gilt frame; together with an oval coloured print depicting Napoleon in his study with daughter sleeping on his knee, and another coloured print after Vermeer. (3) €100 - 200 175 AN EDWARDIAN INLAID MAHOGANY MARBLE TOP WASH STAND, with tile back, 42” (107cm). (1) €30 - 50 176 A LARGE OVAL CARVED INDIAN HARDWOOD MIRROR FRAME, the frame band with a stampede of wild animals, the oval mirror plate inside and S scroll moulded frame, 43” (110cm). (1) €400 - 600


177 AFTER S.E. WALLER a coloured print, depicting figures in an interior Burning the Evidence, two other portraits, another French coloured print, The Wedding Banquet (as is), and other assorted prints. (a lot) €80 - 150 178 AN EDWARDIAN INLAID MAHOGANY WARDROBE, of attractive proportions, with dentil moulded cornice over bevelled mirror cupboard doors each inlaid with an urn, above a vacant compartment and two long and two short drawers, on a base with two matching drawers, 55” (140cms). (1) €250 - 350 179 A 19TH CENTURY PIERCED BRASS FENDER, with tubular top rail above a pierced band and raised on five lion paw feet, 48” (122cm), with two fixed sword type fire dogs, and a set of three brass fire irons. (6) €250 - 350

185 A H.W. GERMAN BISQUE HEADED DOLL, inscribed Germany H.W. 4. 350, with composition torso and limbs, 18.5” (47cm); together with another Armand Marseille bisque headed doll, with composition body and limbs, the neck inscribed Armand Marseille Germany 996.A.10.M., 19” (48cm)l. (2) €100 - 200 186 A SET OF FOUR INLAID MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIRS, in the George III style, each with a double rail back, inlaid with oval patriae above a stuff over seat on square tapering legs. (4) €150 - 250 187 AN EDWARDIAN INLAID MAHOGANY TABLE TOP STATIONARY BOX, of sloped form with hinged top, 8” (20cms).(1) €50 - 80

180 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY SWING FRAME DRESSING TABLE MIRROR, the arched plate on interlaced supports and lift up glove compartment, on scroll legs, 23” (58cm). (1) €150 - 250

191 191 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY DRESSING TABLE, with cheval mirror centre, on two leaf scroll supports, raised on a pair of five drawer pedestals, and a plinth base, 67” (170cm). (1) €800 - 1200

181 A SET OF FOUR VICTORIAN BALLOON BACK DINING CHAIRS, each with padded back and seat on front cabriole legs; together with a set of four similar ditto. (8) €200 - 300 182 A GEORGE III PERIOD OVAL MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE,with frieze drawer raised on square legs, 30” (76cms). (1) €150 - 250 183 A SMALL DARK RED GROUND BOKHARA RUG, with two rows of octagons, 36” (92cm)l x 30” (76cm); together with another small rug with large central medallion on ivory field, 45” (115cm)square. (2) €200 - 300 184 A SICO SICORA DOLL, with stuffed torso, composition head and limbs, inscribed Sicora 70. Germany, 28” (71cm)l; together with another American composition doll with stuffed torso, composition head and limbs. (2) €100 - 200


188 188 JOHN IRELANDS, a set of forty one coloured portrait prints, depicting racing characters from flat racing, national hunt and the pundits, 12” (31cm)h x 9” (23cm). (41) €600 - 1000


189 A GEORGE IV MAHOGANY GENTLEMAN’S LINEN CUPBOARD, the three quarter gallery above two panel doors enclosing slides, above two base drawers, raised on ring turned legs, 46” (117cms). (1) €250 - 350

192 A VERY LARGE VICTORIAN WALNUT WARDROBE, the moulded and inverted break front cornice above two arched panel doors, enclosing linen slides, flanked with conforming mirror doors to either side, and a central base drawer, on an inverted break front plinth, 110” (280cms). (1) €500 - 800

190 A PIERCED AND CARVED OCCASIONAL TABLE, probably Indian, the square top carved with various fruits and a quadruple pod, 18in (45cm) wide; together with a pear shaped decorated vase, 16in (41cm). (2) €20 - 30

193 A FINE MASHED CARPET, the ivory ground with boteh and floral design, inside a wide floral red border, with six smaller bands, approx. 14ft1 (429cm)l x 10ft3 (305cm) w. (1) €1500 - 1800


Upstairs, Outside, and Basement 194 AN OAK SIDE BOARD, c.1920,with moulded top and gallery back above three drawers flanked with two cupboard doors, raised on turned supports, united by a stretcher, 58”(147cm)w. (1) €50 - 100 195 A LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY BRASS BOUND MAHOGANY MILITARY CUPBOARD the upper section with two panel doors enclosing shelves and conforming compartments, enclosed with two similar doors, on turned legs 45”(115cms). (1) €150 - 250 196 A SMALL VICTORIAN WALNUT LAP DESK, 12” (30cms), together a small jewellery case. (2) €50 - 80

200 THREE SIMILAR GEORGE III MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, each with slatted back and uniformly upholstered seats, on square tapering legs. (3) €80 - 150 201 A VICTORIAN CIRCULAR MAHOGANY OCCASIONAL TABLE, on hexagonal baluster stem on tri-form scroll base, 21” (53cms). (1) €70 - 120 202 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY DUCHESS TYPE DRESSING TABLE, with shell cresting and swing framed mirror flanked by scroll supports above an arrangement of six drawers and a centre glove compartment, a frieze drawer below raised on turned and fluted legs, standing on a platform, 47” (120cms). (1) €150 - 250 203 AN EDWARDIAN INLAID MAHOGANY DRESSING TABLE, with oval swing frame mirror, over an arrangement of five drawers, 42” (107cm); together with a small matching bedside cupboard. (2) €100 - 150 204 AN EDWARDIAN INLAID AND CROSS BANDED MAHOGANY WARDROBE, the moulded cornice above an oval mirror door, and another door to the right, enclosing shelves, and an arrangement of three drawers, below, raised on a plinth, 51” (130cm). (1) €100 - 200

197 197 A 19TH CENTURY BRASS BOUND MAHOGANY MILITARY SECRETAIRE CHEST, with three long and two short drawers, the top right short drawer opening to reveal a writing compartment and pigeon holes, 41” (104cm) w. (1) €700 - 900

205 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY SHAVING STAND, with circular swing framed mirror the table top with cylindrical stem and circular base with three scroll legs, 50” (150cms). (1) €250 - 350

206 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY CRICKET TABLE, on bead turned legs, 22” (66cms). (1) €80 - 120 207 AN EDWARDIAN ROSEWOOD OVERMANTEL OR CHIFFONIER BACK with marquetry inlay and swan neck cornice above an arched shelf with display compartments, 71” (180cms). (1) €300 - 500 208 A VICTORIAN MARBLE TOP WASHSTAND the moulded serpentine top above three frieze drawers raised on moulded cabriole supports on concave base, 51” (130cms). (1) €100 - 200 209 TWO 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL COLOURED ENGRAVINGS, depicting couples carousing, one 12”(30cm) h x 8.5” (22cm), the other 7.5in (19cm)h x 10” (25cm), under gilt and black glass mount, in gilt frame. (2) €100 - 200 210 AN OLD SCRAP BOOK, with assorted miscellaneous prints, newspaper clippings, poetry, etc. as is; together with a collection postcards, mostly Irish, all bound in a scrapbook. (2) €180 - 250 211 THREE HAND COLOURED CONTINENTAL PRINTS, Figures at entrance to a Town, Elegant Ladies under an Arch, Figures in an Interior. (3) €100 - 150 212 A GILT METAL CANDELABRUM, modelled with a young fisherman on onyx base, 18” (46cms); together with a pair of candlesticks modelled as stylized cobras, now converted for electricity; and one other lamp, modelled as an Eastern woman holding a vase on her shoulder, on marble base, 15” (38cm). (4) €80 - 120 213 AN EARLY VICTORIAN MAHOGANY CHEVAL DRESSING MIRROR, with oval swing plate on baluster turned supports and raised on four cabriole scroll legs, united by a stretcher shelf and applied with two fold out candle arms, 45” (114cmw). (1) €1500 - 2500

198 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY WARDROBE , the arched and moulded top above an arched mirror door, flanked to either side with two conforming solid doors raised on a plinth base, 100” (254cms) wide. (1) €500 - 800 199 A WILLIAM IV MAHOGANY CHEST, with three long and two short drawers, on turned legs, 44” (112cms). (1) €200 - 300



219 214 214 A LATE VICTORIAN OR EARLY EDWARDIAN BRASS BED, the high back with swing out drape brackets and urn finials and conforming foot board, with tubular steel rails and urn finials, 56” (142cm). (1) €500 - 800 215 AN EDWARDIAN WALNUT BAROMETER, of architectural form with swan neck pediment thermometer dial and circular dial below, (as is). (1) €60 - 100 216 A COPPER AND BRASS MOUNTED FENDER. a fire curb; various brass fire implements; and a fire screen. (a lot) €50 - 100 217 A TWO SEATER SETTEE, covered in tan leatherette, on front turned bun feet. (1) €30 - 40 218 THE DRESS UNIFORM OF CAPTAIN JOHN C. HART (CAPTAIN JACK) OF THE ROYAL ARMY MEDICAL CORPS, including sword in original scabbard and leather case; together with other military mess jackets, waist coats, military overcoat with original buttons, epaulets, one military boot only, and his peak cap; all contained in its original metal case, supplied by T.J. Philips, military tailor, 4 Dame street Dublin, with Captain Hart’s name plate, all presented inside a metal bound pine casket with iron carrying handles. (1) €500 - 800 32

219 A REGENCY PERIOD MAHOGANY BREAKFAST TABLE, the cross banded top, on turned stem with leaf carved quadruple pod with reeded splayed legs terminating in brass castors, 48” (122cms). (1) €800 - 1500 220 AFTER K. WAGNER, a set of four coloured hunting prints, 10” (26cm)h x 27” (69cm); together with another coloured portrait print depicting Napoleon. (5) €100 - 200 221 A SMALL EARLY 20TH CENTURY POLISHED LIMESTONE MANTEL CLOCK, with an enamel dial, 24” (61cms); together with a small oak child’s dresser with miniature porcelain tea sets, as is. (2) €30 - 50 222 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY WARDROBE, the moulded cornice above a central arched mirror door, and a conforming arched panel door to either side, raised on a plinth base, 79” (198cm). (1) €250 - 350 223 AN EDWARDIAN INLAID MAHOGANY DRESSING TABLE the oval swing framed mirror above two drawers on a base with two frieze drawers and a concealed drawer below, raised on square tapering legs, 48” (122cms).(1) €150 - 250



Upstairs, Outside, and Basement 224 A SMALL WOODEN COAL SCUTTLE, with copper handle and brass mounts, as is, 12.5” (32cm)w. (1) €20 - 30 225 A 20TH CENTURY MAHOGANY BED STEAD, with slatted head and foot, 45” ( 115cm). (1) €30 - 40 226 AN EDWARDIAN OCCASIONAL CHAIR, with padded back and seat, raised on front turned legs. (1) €70 - 100 227 J.H DOWD, We’re Off, depicting a child waving from a passenger ferry, W.C., signed and inscribed, 25” (64cm) x 24” (60cm). (1) €150 - 250 228 A SMALL 19TH CENTURY TWO DOOR MAHOGANY SIDE CABINET, with two wire mesh doors, 27.5” (70cm); together with an associated glazed top. (2) €80 - 120 229 A SMALL SITZENDORF PORCELAIN TABLE MIRROR, with cherub surmounted, 7” (18cm); a Wedgewood blue Jasperware box and cover; a pair of bisque figures, one modelled as boy, the other a girl, 19.5” (50cm), and a pair of flower encrusted basket bowls, 8.5” (22cm). (8) €50 - 70 230 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE, with arched back, above two frieze drawers, raised on turned legs, united by a serpentine stretcher shelf, 49” (125cm). (1) €250 - 350 231 A PAIR OF GEORGE IV INLAID MAHOGANY CORK DINING CHAIRS, each with a nine rail reeded back, above an inlaid cross rail and stuff over seat, on front turned legs. (2) €250 - 350 232 A PAIR OF GEORGE III CORK MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, each with an eleven rail reeded back above a padded seat. (2) €300 - 500 233 A PAIR OF GEORGE IV MAHOGANY CORK DINING CHAIRS, each with a six rail reeded back, and scroll cross rail, with central roundel, above a stuff over seat on front square reeded legs. (2) €100 - 200

234 A RELIEF MOULDED PORCELAIN CLOCK, with circular enamel dial and Roman numerals, visible skeleton works, the case crested with a lamp and raised on a rustic style gilt brass base, 10” (26cm)w. (1) €100 - 200 235 AN OVAL PORTRAIT PRINT, depicting a young girl holding an apple, in the 17th century style; together with a matching double portrait of two boys; E Sheedy, a portrait off an Austrian boy playing a flute, signed; another landscape with waterfall, by the same hand; another woman holding a wheat sheaf, also by Sheedy’ and a pair of lake scenes, by the same hand, various sizes. (7) €100 - 200 236 AN INDIAN TEAK OPEN BOOKCASE, with arched back over five shelves, 36.5” (93cm) w; together with a collection of books including British Friesian Herd book; five vols Livestock on the Farm; children’s encyclopedia and other encyclopedia; Reader’s Digest, and other novels nicely bound (contents of bookcase). (a lot) €150 - 250 237 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY BOOKCASE, the moulded cornice above two arched glazed doors, each with fourteen panels and flanked to either side with a turned column, on a base with one long drawer and two arched solid panel doors, flanked with conforming panels, 48” (122cm). (1) €300 - 500 238 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY CORNER WHATNOT, with four bow fronted graduating shelves, on spiral turned supports, 51” (130cm). (1) €180 - 250 239 A VICTORIAN WALNUT FOUR TIER SERPENTINE FRONTED WHATNOT, with urn finials, above four graduating shelves and raised on spiral turned supports, 45” (113cm). (1) €100 - 200 240 A FIGURED WALNUT AND MAPLE LADIES WORK BOX, with mother o’ pearl inlay escutcheon, inscribed Alicia from Sarah, New Years Day 1874, 12” (30cm). (1) €80 - 120

241 A SMALL CROSS BANDED MAHOGANY PEMBROKE TABLE, probably Cork, the rectangular inlaid and cross banded top with canted corners, above a frieze drawer, raised on square tapering inlaid legs, united by a H stretcher, as is, legs shortened, 25”(64cm)h x 33” (84cm)w ext.. (1) €180 - 250 242 AN EDWARDIAN SLOPE FRONT BRASS COAL SCUTTLE, with brass shoval, the slope with a relief moulded panel and raised on bell shaped legs, 12” (30cm); together with a relief moulded brass fuel bin. (2) €200 - 300 243 AN UNUSUAL BRASS FENDER, the front rail with two cherubs, and fixed fire dogs, 49”(125cm)w; together with three brass fire irons; a brass shoe horn, and an art nouveau cheval fire screen with mirror plate, 17.5” (45cm). (6) €100 - 200 244 A GOOD QUALITY EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY AND MARQUETRY INLAID BUREAU, the slope top inlaid with a vase of flowers and scrolling foliage, opening to reveal a fitted interior, above three long drawers, on bracket feet, 30” (76cm)w. (1) €250 - 350 245 AN EDWARDIAN INLAID AND DECORATED OVERMANTEL MIRROR, with swan neck pediment, the frieze with a lute harp and floral garlands, above a heart shaped bevel plate, 42” (107cm)h x 42” (107cm)w. (1) €100 - 150 246 AN EDWADIAN INLAID AND SATINWOOD BANDED SUTHERLAND OR YACHT TABLE, the serpentine shaped flaps flanking openwork slatted panels, and a stretcher shelf, raised on square tapering splayed legs, 27” (69cm). (1) €180 - 250 247 SEAN O’CONNOR (1909-1992) Anger Lake, Gap of Dunloe, Killarney, O.O.B., 15.5in (39.9cm) x 19.5in (50cm), signed lower left, also inscribed verso. (1) €500 - 700 248 LATE 18TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL Bringing in the Hay, O.O.P., 23in(59cm) x 19in(48cm). (1) €600 - 900 249 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN BALLOON BACK MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIRS, each with a serpentine hide covered seat, on front moulded cabriole legs. (2) €150 - 250 33

250 A VERY ATTRACTIVE CHINESE SILK LADIES INFORMAL ROBE, or Kimono, probably Qi’ing Dynasty, with superb floral embroidery, against indigo ground, the borders with flowers and birds, on ivory bands and a pink interior silk lining; together with an imperial red silk cape with floral decoration; a burgundy ground silk wall hanging, decorated with figures, dragon and flowering shrub, 6ft (184cm)l x 29” (78cm); a square ivory silk panel, depicting deer amongst foliage, embroidered in gold and silver threads, 29” (74cm)sq; together with three rank badges and one other royal blue panel. (7) €200 - 300 251 A 19TH CENTURY GILT AND GESSO OVERMANTEL MIRROR, with cherubs surmounted in a wreath above a moulded frame, 47” (120cms), as is. (1) €100 - 150 252 AN EDWARDIAN INLAID MARQUETRY OVERMANTEL MIRROR, the bevelled mirror plate, flanked to either side with two panels each inlaid with an urn, 59” (150cms). (1) €100 - 150 253 A LATE REGENCY PERIOD GILT PIER MIRROR, with relief moulded frieze, above an oval plate, flanked to either side with relief moulded pilaster, 34” ( 87cm)h x 25” (64cm). (1) €150 - 250 254 A COLLECTION OF ASSORTED DOLLS, DOLLS LIMBS, TORSOS ETC. (a lot) €20 - 30 255 AN ARMAND MARSEILLE GERMAN BISQUE HEADED DOLL, inscribed on the back of the neck Armand Marseille GErmany 990 A.14.M, with stuffed torso and composition limbs, some detached, 24” (61cm)l approx; together with another Armand Marseille doll, with composition head and limbs, on a stuffed torso, one limb detached, 18in (46cm). (2) €100 - 200

257 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY SWING FRAME DRESSING TABLE MIRROR, on serpentine shaped base; together with a three fold mahogany dressing screen with a portrait of a woman, as is; a pair of Indian carved hardwood, six compartment frames; three small overmantels, one painted blue; a side board back, and a Victorian chiffonier, as is. (10) €80 - 120

263 A COLLECTION OF CHILDRENS’ TOYS, comprising a bicycle; an open top pedal car; a horse drawn pedal car; old dolls pram; a pedal dumper; a Barbies open top jaguar with case; various tracks; farm animals; and numerous other toys. (a lot) €100 - 200 264 AN OLD HIGH NELLY BICYCLE, with nickel plated handlebars; together with a small childs tricycle, and an old Walker Wilson pram. (3) €70 - 120

258 A CIRCULAR VICTORIAN MAHOGANY BREAKFAST TABLE, on hexagonal stem and triform base, on bun feet, as is, 46” (117cm). (1) €50 - 90

265 THREE OLD CAST IRON AND BRASS MOUNTED FENDERS, various sizes, and a bow fronted pierce brass ash pan. (a lot) €60 - 80

259 A PAINTED PINE DRESSING TABLE, 19th century, with two drawers; a pine wardrobe top with two arched doors; another pine dressing table as is; a rectangular occasional table on cabriole legs, and a modern six drawer dressing table. (5) €70 - 90

266 A LARGE WILLIAM IV GILT WINDOW PELMET, with a band of rosettes to the frieze, above a leaf moulded band, approx 12ft3 ( 379cm). (1) €300 - 400

260 A MAHOGANY TRUNK REST, on four turned and reeded legs, adapted. (1) €70 - 120

267 AN OLD CAST IRON SINGER TABLE TOP HAND OPERATED SEWING MACHINE, a heavy cast iron casserole pot; two metal water measures; a two handled brass bowl; an old enamel kerosene room heater, and two threelegged wooden stools. (8) €70 - 120

261 A PAIR OF HEAVY CAST IRON GARDEN BENCHES, each in the Gothic style, the backs pierced with typical Gothic tracery, above a pierced honeycomb seat and raised on square legs, 54” (138cm)w. (2) €1500 - 2500

268 AN OLD PAINTED CHILD’S COT, with drop side; together with an old kerosene room heater with glass front; another metal two handled kerosene room heater, of cylindrical form; and two old Benares brass trays. (5) €40 - 60

262 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS PORCELAIN TABLE WARE, comprising various colourful cabinet plates; tureens; comports; blue and white ware. (a lot). €50 - 70

256 ARMAND MARSEILLE GERMANY, a bisque headed doll, with moving limbs and open mouth, on a composition body, the neck signed A.M., Germany #382/3K, 15” (38cm); together with another bisque headed doll, with moving eyes and open mouth, lacking legs, unsigned. (2) €80 - 150

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The Dining Room 269 A BLUE AND WHITE TRANSFER PRINTED DELUGE VITRINA WEAR TOILET BOWL, decorated in transfer with scrolling flowers; and a hinged mahogany seat; together with another spare mahogany toilet seat. (3) €100 - 200 270 A 19TH CENTURY KIDNEY SHAPED PITCH PINE CENTRE TABLE, on turned legs, 50” (127cm); together with a circular painted and parcel gilt frame, displaying a part-collection of colourful butterflies, as is, 24” (61cm). (2) €40 - 60 271 A FOUR FOLD DISTRESSED DRESSING SCREEN, one panel painted depicting a lady. (1) €70 - 90 272 AN OLD LEATHER AND BRASS BOUND SILVER TRUNK, with heavy iron carrying handles, 36” (92cm); together with another metal bound wooden trunk, with two iron handles. (2) €100 - 200 273 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY SIDE BOARD BACK, with leaf scroll crest, above a mirror plate, 71” (180cm). (1) €80 - 120 274 THREE METAL BOUND WOODEN TRUNKS, the largest 38” (97cm). (3) €200 - 300 275 THREE OLD CANVAS COVERED AND WOODEN BOUND STEAMER TRUNKS. (3) €30 - 40 276 19TH CENTURY ITALIAN SCHOOL, depicting a female snake charmer, O.O.C., as is, unframed, 24” (61cm)h x 31” (79cm); another portrait oleograph, depicting a gypsy woman; and another African picture with sailing boat on a river 12” (30cm)h x 14” (51cm). (3) €100 - 150

279 A SINGLE DOOR MAHOGANY PRESS, with six panels, 37” (94cm), and another smaller matching ditto. (2) €80 - 120 280 A GELEVUM SUPERIOR CHICKEN HATCHERY, with kerosene heater; together with a galvanized bruder, 86” (219cm); and a three compartment chicken holding pen. (3) €80 - 120 281 19TH CENTURY IRISH SCHOOL An oval portrait depicting a young boy, Mr. C.W. Mahony, Esq., inscribed verso, O.O.C., in gilt frame, 17” x 12” (43 x 30cms). (1) Note: The Mahony family owned and resided at Lotamore and Lotabeg in the latter part of the 19th century €350 - 550


282 A LATE 18TH CENTURY PORTRAIT ENGRAVING, depicting Cornelius Callaghan Esq. Coun’r at Law, 1730, in gilt frame, 15in (38cm)h x 12.5in (32cm). (1) Note: Corenelius Callaghan Esq. was a direct ancestor of Daniel Callaghan MP who owned and resided at Lotabeg in the early to mid 19th century €80 - 150 283 EARLY 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, Portrait of a Young Lady Wearing Lace Trimmed Salmon Dress, pastel, 21.6” (55cm)h x 16” (41cm). (1) €300 - 500 284 AFTER JEAN BAPTISTE GREUZE (1725-1805), Portrait of a Young Lady, O.O.C., 17.5” (44cm)h x 14.5” (37cm). (1) €300 - 500




277 EVELYNEE SHEEDY, Mountainous Lake Scene, probably Killarney, O.O.C., signed and dated 1904 lower left, 14.5” ( 37cm) x 29.5” (75cm); together with another smaller similar ditto; and another panoramic landscape, 9.5” (24c)h x 29.5” (75cm). (3) €100 - 150 278 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS PRINTS, WATERCOLOURS, ETCHINGS AND A PAINTED MIRROR. (a lot) €30 - 50


286 A CARVED INDIAN HARDWOOD CORNER WHATNOT, with elephant mask and trunk with tusks raised on bow fronted pedestal with three lions, 24” (51cms). (1) €150 - 250 287 A PAIR OF REGENCY PERIOD MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS with push board top rail and pineapple cut cross rail, raised on front sabre legs. (2) €200 - 300 288 A SMALL GEORGE IV MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE, the rectangular top with rounded corners above two frieze drawers raised on ring turned legs united by a conforming cross stretcher, 31” (76cms). (1) €300 - 400

285 285 A LARGE 19TH CENTURY BRASS BIRD CAGE AUTOMATON, with ball finial and swing handle, the interior with a suspended nest with two eggs, a large bird perched on an ivory clad cross rail, and a chick below eating seeds from a bowl, on a circular embossed brass moulded base, 21” (54cm)h. (1) €4500 - 5000



289 A PAIR OF BRONZE METAL EGYPTIAN STYLE CANDLESTICKS, each modelled as a stylized figure of Sphinxes, supporting an urn on a stemmed base, 9 ½” (24cms). (2) €200 - 300

290 A VERY UNUSUAL BRONZED METAL FIGURE, modelled as the street lamp lighter, standing by a two branch three light street lantern, on reeded column, 37” (95cm)h. (1) €2500 - 3000 291 LOUIS LE BROCQUY HRHA, (1916-2012), The Tain Bowl - Ocháin, bearing on of a set of three legendary shields designed by Louis LeBrocuy from the 8th century Irish epic, limited edition no.1 of 250, with certificate signed by Geoffrey Whelan of Sleater Limited and acknowledging½50 of the Ocháin range, in attractive presentation case (the case as is). (1) €500 - 800 292 ALEXIS VAN HAMME (1818-1875), Elegant Interior Scene, depicting a lady in satin dress playing a mandolin, and a King Charles Spaniel by her side, O.O.P., signed and dated 1869 lower right, 21.5” (55cm)h x 17” (43cm). (1) €1200 - 1600 293 19th CENTURY FRENCH SCHOOL Portrait of an Elegant Lady, in gilt frame, pastel, 19.5in (50cm) x 16.5in 42cm). (1) €400 - 600



The Dining Room 294 A PAIR OF NICKEL PLATED WALL LIGHTS, each in the form of a torch with fluted handle, mounted on two cartouche shaped wall plates and supporting frosted flame shaped glass shades, 21” (53cm). (1) €350 - 500 295 A SMALL CAST METAL FIGURE OF A HORSE, 9” (23cms), together with another small similar ditto, modelled as a bull. (2) €70 - 120 296 A GEORGE IV RECTANGULAR MAHOGANY SILVER TABLE, with pierced and fret cut gallery, above a plain frieze, raised on square canted blind fret cut square legs, with pierced scroll spandrels, 27.5” (70cm)h x 23” (59cm)w. (1) €600 - 900 297 AN ATTRACTIVE CHINESE PORCELAIN TABLE LAMP, of baluster form with fixed cove, converted, decorated with panels of flowers and birds, against reds, greens, and whites, 27” (69cm). (1) €200 - 300 298 EDWARD HAYES (1797-1864), Portrait of a Gentleman, with elbow resting on a plinth, standing in a landscape, O.O.P., 17.5” (44cm)h x 13.5” (34cm). (1) €600 - 900


299 CIRCLE OF REMBRANDT VAN RIJN (1606-1669), Portrait of a Young Boy with Long Hair and Black Hat, O.O.P., 19” (49cm)h x 16” (41cm)w. (1) €2000 - 3000




300 CIRCLE OF PETER LELY (1618--1680), Portrait of a Young Lady, wearing ringlets in her hair and a blue dress, O.O.C., 29.5” (75cm)h x 24.5” (62cm). (1) €800 - 1200

304 AN 18TH CENTURY CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE NANKIN PLATTER, decorated with pagoda type dwellings in a landscape, 20” (51cm)w. (1) €200 - 300

301 A 19TH CENTURY K.P.M PORCELAIN PORTRAIT PANEL, Portrait of Charles I, depicting him leaning on a table by F. Lapf of Dresden, 15.5” (39.5cm)h x 13.5 (34cm)w. (1) €2000 - 3000

305 A GARNITURE OF THREE CUT GLASS TAZZIS, the central piece with a 9.5” (21cm) cut glass dish top, on a hexagonal baluster stem with circular foot; together with a pair of smaller matching ditto, 6.25” (16cm). (3) €100 - 200

302 A BRASS BOUND ELM TANTALUS, probably Indian, with hinged top and six compartment interior, on a removable stand, with square supports, 29.25” (75cm)h x 16.5” (42cm). (1) €80 - 150 303 A VICTORIAN THREE TIER MAHOGANY DUMBWAITER, the arched and pierced back flanked to either side with an anthemion, above two shelves supported with scroll corbels, and two drawers to the base, raised on bulbous moulded legs, 42” (107cms)w. (1) €250 - 350



306 A GEORGE III SILVER CRESTED BRIGHT CUT CRUET STAND, in the Adam’s style, London 1815 by William Bell, with oval ring handle and boat shaped base, raised on four acorn legs, 9” (23cm); together with five associated glass bottles. (1) €100 - 150 307 A CUTGLASS CLARET JUG AND STOPPER, late 19th century, 11.5” (29cm); together with a pair of late Victorian cutglass decanters, each with associated stoppers, approx 14” (36cm). (3) €100 - 200

308 A 19TH CENTURY CUT GLASS WATER JUG, 9” (23cm); together with a 19th century cut glass claret jug, 11.25” (29cm), and another very ornate vine and bird engraved claret jug with matching stopper, 11” (28cm), handle as is. (3) €100 - 150 309 A PAIR OF CUT GLASS DECANTERS, each of reeded mallet form, with matching stoppers, 10” (25cm); an attractive circular glass bowl with vine base; a bulbous cut glass vase; and another vase. (5) €80 - 90 310 TWO CUTGLASS CELERY VASES, the tallest 9.5” (24cm); and another moulded glass celery vase, 7.5” (19cm). (3) €80 - 100 311 A PAIR OF CUT GLASS DECANTERS AND STOPPERS, late 19th century, each 12” (31cm), another similar smaller decanter; and one other. (4) €100 - 150



The Dining Room 312 A PAIR OF CUTGLASS PICKLE JARS AND COVERS, 6” (15cm); a square cut glass case decanter and stopper, as is, and another early 19th century cased decanter and stopper, probably Cork, 8.5” (22cm). (4) €80 - 120 313 A PAIR OF LATE VICTORIAN CUTGLASS BOTTLE SHAPED WINE DECANTERS, each with prism stopper, 12” (31cm); together with another 19th century decanter, of reeded form; and one other cut glass decanter. (4) €80 - 150 314 TWO SMALL CUT GLASS DECANTERS AND STOPPERS, one as is; a 19th century cut glass water jug, 7” (18cm) as is; together with another Irish water jug, probably by Pugh of Dublin, inscribed Erin Go Bragh, above a round tower, wolfhound and harp and a shamrock spray and a fern spray on reverse, 8” (20cm) as is, with crack. (4) €80 - 120 315 A GOOD HEAVY PAIR OF LATE 19TH CENTURY CUT GLASS DECANTERS AND STOPPERS, each of bottle form, 13” (33cm). (2) €150 - 200

318 318 SIR EDGAR BERTRAM MACKENNAL (18631931), bust, head and shoulders of Thomas Gainsborough, signed B. MacKennel verso, 8” (20cm)h x 8” (20cm)w. (1) €1000 - 1500

321 A FINE FRENCH MARBLE AND ORMOLU MANTLE CLOCK, 19th century, the case surmounted with two doves, issuing floral swags, around a circular enamel dial with Arabic and Roman numerals, signed Revel Au Palais Royal, with silk suspension movement and outside count wheel, on a lyre shaped plinth and a seated nymph holding a wounded dove on a bow fronted base with bead moulded brass band and a rope moulded lower band, 15.5” (40cm). (1) €1500 - 2500

319 316 316 A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY GUT GLASS DECANTERS, by the Cork Glass Company, each of cylindrical form with guilloche cut bands, each with a star centre, under three triple neck rings and a target stopper, 11.25” (28.5cm). (2) €700 - 1200 317 AN ATTRACTIVE MAHAL RUNNER, NORTHWEST PERSIA the indigo floral field with a central beige medallion and conforming spandrels, inside a red floral border, 410” (162cm)l x 34” (87cm). (1) €800 - 1000


319 A PAIR OF GEORGE III INLAID MAHOGANY KNIFE BOXES, each sloped top inlaid with an oval partriae and a garland of bell flowers, above a serpentine front with hanging swags, 13.5” (35cm)h x 8.5” (22cm). (2) €1200 - 1500 320 A GOOD PAIR OF CHELSEA STYLE PORCELAIN FIGURES, probably Samson, one modelled with an elegant gentleman holding a goat and the other a woman with a lamb, 7.5” (19cm)h. (2) €80 - 120

322 A FINE GEORGE IV PERIOD MAHOGANY SECRETAIRE, probably Cork and likely commission by Daniel Callaghan MP for Lotabeg in the 1830s, the bead moulded top above a drop front frieze drawer with pigeon holes and two cupboard doors below, flanked with spiral reeded legs, on paw feet. (1) €1200 - 1800 323 AN ARCHIVE OF IMPORTANT FAMILY DOCUMENTS RELATING TO THE HART FAMILY, especially Vincent Hart and Captain John C. Hart, including a British passport to Peking dated 17th May 1901; documentation relating to academic and military awards; degree certificates; matriculation documentation, etc. (a lot) €800 - 1200




329 324 A LARGE COPPER MOUNTED POT BELLY WOODEN FUEL TUB, on three iron legs, 23” (58cm)d. (1) €300 - 400

326 A SET OF THREE WILLIAM IV PERIOD BRASS MOUNTED STEEL FIRE IRONS, each with ornate vine and leaf cast scroll handle, on steel stems. (3) €300 - 500

325 A PAIR OF HEAVY CAST IRON ANDIRONS, each in the form of a lion rampant holding a cross bar, on octagonal base, 16” (40cms). (2) €100 - 150

327 A VERY UNUSUAL ANGLO INDIAN VIZAGAPATAM SANDALWOOD POST BOX, inscribed Mrs. Vincent Hart, Not at Home, with hinged top and two handles, raised on carved bone paw feet, 8” (20cm). (1) €500 - 700

328 A VERY HEAVY PAIR OF BRONZE CLASSICAL FIGURES 19th Century, 0ne modelled as a centurion, the other figure seated modelled as a Roman emperor holding a baton, each on a rectangular base, 20” (51cms). (2) €1200 - 1800 329 A FINE PAIR OF BRONZE AND GILT BRONZE CANDELABRA, each with four arms and a centre light, supported by a cherub, on a fluted circular marble plinth, appwlied with floral swags, on a cruciform marble base and reeded gilt bronze legs, 18.5 (47cm). (2) €1100 - 1400 330 A FINE 19TH CENTURY FRENCH GILT BRASS MANTLE CLOCK, by Jape Freres, Paris; the clock face in the form of a chariot wheel with enamel chapter ring and Arabic numerals, the gilt spokes in the form of flowering buds, and two enamel hands, the enamel chapter ring decorated with garlands of flowers, the classical group surmounted with a woman driving a two horse chariot above a lion mask and cherub to the rear, the chariot applied with vine swags, on a fluted carriage, and further swags below, all raised on an oblong marble and gilt brass mounted plinth, the brass panels with musical and other trophies in relief, joined by leaf, fruit and floral swags, raised on reeded square tapering legs, 14.5” (37cm)h x 20.5” (52cm). (1) Illustration on page 41 €6000 - 9000

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332 331 A PAIR OF BRONZE AND GILT BRONZE FIGURAL CANDLESTICKS, 19th century, each urn supported by a classical woman, on a cylindrical plinth, applied with grotesque masks and hanging floral swags, on square base, 15” (38cm). (2) €250 - 350 332 WILLIAM FREDERICK HULK (1852-c.1906), Cattle Watering by a Pond, with a farmer on horseack beyond O.O.C., signed lower left, 11.5” (29cm)h x 19.5” (49.5cm); and its companion a similar subject. (2) €1800 - 2500

333 AN IRISH SILVER BUGLE, George III c.1826, in leather case, 30” (76cm). (1) €350 - 400 334 A THREE HANDLED PEWTER LOVING CUP, inscribed Burma-Madras 1935; another pewter mug; a pair of silver plated sauce boats, three division vegetable tureen and cover. (5) Note: Mr Vincent Hart was engineer-in-chief of the Mettur Dam in Madras in the 1930s. €70 - 90

335 A HEAVY GOTHIC STYLE BRASS BOUND PEAT BUCKET, with brass swing handle, the circular tapering cylindrical body with typical Gothic tracery and panels, and with a brass liner, of recent manufacture, 18” (46cm). (1) €1200 - 1500



336 336 LATE 18TH OR EARLY 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL Interior Scene, young African boy in servants’ attire, holding a basket of fruit, oil on canvas, 32” x 39” (82 x 100cms) in carved gilt wood frame. (1) €1500 - 2500 337 18TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, Portrait of Lady Stanhope Wearing a Veil and Blue Dress, oil on canvas, inscribed verso, 10” (25cm)h x 8” (20cm)w. (1) €500 - 800




338 JOHN DEARMAN (act.1824-1857), Farmyard Scene, depicting figures and animals, O.O.C., 5.5” (14cm)h x 8” (20cm). (1) €300 - 500 339 WILLIAM MELLOR (1851-1931), Sheep by a Highland Lough, O.O.C., 9in (23cm)h x 13in (33cm). (1) €300 - 400



The Dining Room 340 LATE 18TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, Portrait of a Lady, wearing a salmon coloured silk dress, and a green shawl, O.O.C., oval, 28.5” (73cm)h x 23.5” (60cm), in sanded and carved gilt frame. (1) €700 - 1100

345 A 19TH CENTURY INLAID MAHOGANY DRESSING TABLE, the three quarter gallery above a central frieze drawer, flanked with two cupboards, each decorated with an urn, raised on square tapering legs, 48” (123cm)w. (1) €120 - 180

341 A COLLECTION OF INDIAN ARTICULATED BRASS DISH MODELS, probably 19th century, 24” (61cm) the longest, the smallest 5” (13cm). (7) €80 - 150

346 A BALUSTER SHAPED CHINESE PORCELAIN VASE, 19th century, profusely decorated in the famille rose style with flowers, peacocks and other birds, against a white ground, on an rococo style pierced cast ormolu base with scrolling flowers and other foliage, 21” (53cm). (1) €1500 - 1800

342 A COMPOSITION GREEN BRONZE BUST OF A CLASSICAL WOMAN WITH DOVES, on a square marble plinth, 11” (28cm). (1) €150 - 200

347 19TH CENTURY IRISH SCHOOL, The Poacher with Hare at the Edge of a Wood, oil on panel, 7” x 8 ½” (28 x 22cms). (1) €150 - 250

343 A VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD VANITY JEWELLERY CASE, 11” (28cm); together with a 19th century mahogany lap desk, 16” (41cm). (2) €60 - 90

348 A PAIR OF FERN ENGRAVED CUT GLASS DECANTERS, probably Pugh of Dublin, each with target stopper, 11.5” (29cm) as is. (2) €80 - 120

344 A CIRCULAR VICTORIAN MAHOGANY CENTRE TABLE, on heavy turned stem and quadruple pod with paw feet, 21” (53cms). (1) €100 - 200


349 A 19TH CENTURY CYLINDER FRONTED MAHOGANY TANTALUS, the slotted interior with five mould blown square decanters, decorated with gilt and another similar ditto, 12.5” (51cm). (6) €400 - 450 350 A 19TH CENTURY PORCELAIN JARDINIERE, decorated with figures hunting with falcon in a landscape, and all around colourful flowers, 7.5” (19cm), on a circular moulded giltwood stand on four paw feet. (1) €250 - 350 351 A WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY SIDE OR CONSOLE TABLE, the rectangular moulded marble top, above a wide frieze raised on front cabriole supports, on a concave plinth, 44” (112cms). (1) €600 - 800 352 A TURNED WOODEN CANDLE STANDARD, on circular domed foot, 42” (103cm)h; together with a malacca walking cane with horn handle, inscribed. (2) €70 - 90 353 A PAIR OF CHIPPENDALE STYLE MAHOGANY DINING ROOM ARMCHAIRS, each with pierced splat and drop in seat raised on front cabriole legs with ball and claw feet. (2) €180 - 250



354 A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY OVAL GILT GIRANDOLES, each bead moulded frame applied with scrolling foliage and crested with a cartouche, each terminal issuing three leaf scroll candle arms, 42” (107cm)h x 28” (71cm). (2) €700 - 1100 355 AN 18TH CENTURY FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN TEAPOT, with associated cover, 7” (18cm)h; together with two similar ditto. (3) €100 - 200 356 AN IRISH MAHOGANY SIDE BOARD, late George IV, probably Cork and likely commissioned by Daniel Callaghan MP for Lotabeg in the 1830s, of inverted breakfront outline, leaf carved back with rosewood banding and a shelf on turned supports, flanked with scroll side galleries, the top with a gadroon edge and two frieze drawers, above a centre arched concealed drawer, flanked to either side with two cupboards and raised on front ring turned spiral reeded tapering legs with lion paw feet, 92” (232cms). (1) €1500 - 2500

357 AN ATTRACTIVE PERSIAN PART SILK RUNNER, the iron red all over floral field, inside a conforming border with two bands, 14ft6 (444cm) x 2ft6 (76cm). (1) €1500 - 2500 358 A FINE CRYSTAL GLASS CHANDELIER, with triple gourd centre stem, the top with six scrolling canes, supporting festoons of glass buttons supporting drops, in a cut glass bowl, above a larger inverted bowl issuing further festoons of buttons and drops, above twelve branches on two levels, united by festoons of buttons and a central bowl with hanging pear shaped drops and a prism terminal, 62” (157cm)h x 33” (84cm)w approx. (1) €2000 - 3000 359 A DARK BLUE GROUND AFGHAN RUNNER, with central ivory medallion, with all over floral pattern and ivory spandrels, inside a triple band border, 10ft5 (318cm)h x 3ft8in (112cm). (1) €250 - 350





The Dining Room 362 AN EARLY ENGLISH STITCHED LEATHER BLACK JACK, or jug with double opening, 14” (35cm). (1) €280 - 320

364 A VERY FINE REGENCY PERIOD GILT WOOD CONVEX GIRANDOLE, the top crested with an eagle with outstretched wings, perched on an urn, above a lion mask issuing a festoon of glass buttons, on two mythical sea horses, on a leaf moulded frame, around a concave plate, issuing two candle arms above a carved apron, 5ft (153cm)h x 42” (107cm)w approx. (1) €2500 - 3500

363 A NAVY BLUE AND IRON RED GROUND PERSIAN RUNNER, with three medallions on a stylized floral field, inside ivory and red borders, 10ft 6 (320cm) x 3ft6 (107cm). (1) €200 - 400

358 360 A LARGE GOOD QUALITY BOKHARA CARPET, the dark blue ground with rows of small medallions and all over floral sprays, inside a multi-band border, 16ft (488cm)l x 12ft4 (376cm)w. (1) €1200 - 1500

361 361 AN EARLY CONTINENTAL CARVED IVORY CRUCIFIX, with concealed reliquary, the finely carved Corpus Christi, above a figure of the virgin, the reverse side with a slide off panel, carved with various items emblematic of the Crucifixion and the Passion of Christ, 8” (20cm)h x 3.5” (9cm). (1) €800 - 1200





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365 DAVID DE CONINCK (c.1642/44-c.1701), Garden Friends, depicting a peacock, ducks hens,chickens, doves and rabbits by a fountain, O.O.C.; and its companion Guarding the Day’s Catch, with dalmation and two other dogs, O.O.C. both 29.5” (74cm)h x 24” (61cm)w, each in contemporary frame. (2) Note: David Coninck or de Koninck, also known as Rammelaer (ca. 1644, Antwerp - after 1701, probably Brussels) was a Flemish painter who specialised in still life paintings and landscapes with animals and hunting scenes. Recognised as a leading animal painter, de Coninck was able to develop an international career which caused him to work for extended periods in Paris, Rome and Vienna. Provenance: An Irish titled aristocratic collection, Munster. €50000 - 80000




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366 SIR PETER LELY & STUDIO OF SIR PETER LELY (1618-1680) Portrait of James Butler, 1st Duke of Ormonde (1610-1688), oil on canvas, 89” x 52” approx, full length standing to the left in Garter robes. Provenace: Earls of Shrewsbury, Ingestre, Staffordshire; Sotheby’s London 28th April 1971, lot 14; with Gaye Macklin Antiques, Motcomb St. London; American Private Collection; Freeman’s of Philadelphia USA 12th April 2005 lot 9; Irish private collection. Note: Mealy’s can certify that after careful comparison we conclude that this was that advertised in the Connoisseur in 1971, and that it was thus in turn formerly in the collection of the Earls of Shrewsbury, at Ingestre, a Jacobean house in Staffordshire. The picture was recorded at Ingestre in 1955, and was sold subsequently at Sotheby’s, London on 28th April 1971 lot 14 (incorrectly as by Kneller). The dimensions are given as 90 x 52 inches. The picture is one of six full-length versions. What is considered to be the prime version by Lely, that at Kilkenny Castle, shows Ormonde with his hat in his right hand. Ths is followed in three versions, at Cirencester Park, at The Hirsel, and at Douglas Castle. Lely then appears to have slightly altered the composition, placing the hat in Ormonde’s left hand. What seems to be an autograph, inscribed version of this composition was formerly at Panshanger Park, Hertfordshire, in the collection of Lady Desbrough, from whose estate it was sold at Christie’s in 1953, in which year Penshanger was demolished. [This] picture appears to be the studio replica of the Penshanger picture. It appears to be in notably good state, and ranks among the most successful of his aristocratic portrait designs, both managing and presenting the complex garter robes to great Baroque effect. €120,000 - 150,000


371 A RECTANGULAR IVORY MANICURE CASE, 19th century, the interior fitted with various implements, 5.5” (14cm). (1) €250 - 300

376 A JAPANESE PANEL, carved with bone and mother-o-pearl overlay, in simulated rosewood frame, 35” x 23” (89 x 59cms). (1) €80 - 150

372 AN EARLY ENGLISH STITCHED LEATHER BLACK JACK, or jug with double opening. (1) €300 - 500

367 (set of 8)

367 A GOOD SET OF EIGHT 19TH CENTURY CHIPPENDALE STYLE DINING CHAIRS, each with a serpentine moulded back with ribbons and tassels above a pierced splat and drop in seat, front leaf capped cabriole legs with ball-n-claw feet.(8) €2000 - 3000

373 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY SOLITAIRE BOARD by William Holden of London, of circular moulded form, with a collection of hand rolled glass marbles, various colours and sizes, some with spiral gauze centres, 14” (36cm). (1) €150 - 250 374 A PAIR OF CIRCULAR WATERFORD CRYSTAL BOWLS, each with fluted edge, 8” (20cm). (2) €180 - 250

368 A LARGE VICORIAN MAHOGANY DINING TABLE, the moulded top with three spare leaves, raised on baluster turned legs,9. 5 ft (292cm) x 58” (147cm)w, as is. (1) €800 - 1500 369 A FINE EARLY 19TH CENTURY ITALIAN GILT SURTOUT DE TABLE, the rectangular top in three sections with canted ends, decorated with war trophies, mythical creatures, animals, birds, figures, landscapes etc., within a band of spandrels, under a glass top in a gilt frame, raised on baluster turned legs, 66” (168cm)l x 18” (45cm)w. (1) €4000 - 6000 370 AN 18TH CENTURY CORDIAL GLASS, with double series opaque twist stem and bucket bowl above a gauze and multi-ply double series stem on slightly domed foot, 6.25” (16cm). (1) €180 - 250

377 377 A FINE MOULD BLOWN CORK DECANTER, early 19th century, by Cork Glass Company with half reeded body and engraved with trellis pattern ovals, under a triple neck ring and target stopper, 11” (28cm). (1) €600 - 800 378 AN OVAL INLAID MAHOGANY TRAY WITH TWO BRASS HANDLES, on a wavy gallery, 18” (46cm)w; together with a mahogany spoon box with cut out saw handles, 8” (21cm). (2) €150 - 250

375 (a pair)

375 A VERY ATTRACTIVE PAIR OF CHELSEA SAMSON PORCELAIN CANDLESTICKS, one modelled as a lady holding a bird cage, and a lamb by her feet, seated by bocage, on a scrolling rococo style base; the other an elegant gentleman with dog by his feet, a pair, 10.5” (27cm). (2) €250 - 350

379 A SET OF THREE SORRENTO WARE MARQUETRY TABLE PANELS, depicting classical scenes within parquetry bands, each 9.25” (24cm)h x 21.5” (54cm). (1) €200 - 300 380 A FINE OVAL SILVER PLATED TANTALUS AND SWEET MEAT STAND, with oval ring handle, above an oval boat shaped cut glass sweet meat bowl, and four spouted cut glass bottles with stoppers, the oval plate with slots for the stoppers and oval apertures to the bottles, 12.5” (32cm)h x 11” (28cm)w. (1) €700 - 750 ________________________________

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Session 2: Lots 381-end

388 381 381 AN IRISH FIDDLE PATTERN AND CRESTED SILVER TABLE SPOON, Dublin 1808; a crested ditto Dublin 1807; another Dublin 1810 by John Power; and two others, one by James Scott Dublin 1809, the other by Richard Garde (Cork) Dublin 1835; combined weight 379g, 9in (23cm) approx. (5) €250 - 300

382 382 A SET OF TWELVE HEAVY IRISH BRIGHT CUT SILVER DINNER FORKS, by Samuel Neville, Dublin 1827, 8in (20.5cm), 705g. (12) €450 - 650

384 384 A SET OF THREE IRISH PROVENCIAL BRIGHT CUT SILVER TABLE SPOONS, by Carden Terry and Jane Williams Cork, c.1807, 9in (23cm), 211g. (3) €400 - 600 385 AN IRISH PROVINCIAL SILVER TABLE SPOON, by John Nicholson Cork c. 1770-90, as is, 9in (23cm). (1) €80 - 150

389 389 A FINE SET OF IRISH PROVINCIAL BRIGHT CUT DESSERT SPOONS, by William Reynolds Cork, c. 1760, each with a painted top and oval crest, 7.25in (18cm), 362g. (12) €650 - 800

386 A LARGE IRISH PROVINCIAL SILVER TAPER PATTERN TABLE SPOON, c.1750, the maker’s mark over struck twice, and with the sterling mark, 10in (26cm), 73g. (1) €200 - 300

390 390 A SMALL CORK CRESTED SILVER SALVER, by George Hodder c.1745-1770, with shaped gadroon edge, raised on three paw feet, 8” (20cm), 299g. (1) €1500 - 2000


383 383 A GEORGE II SILVER SALVER, London 1744, by John Huff, the top with a pie crust edge chased with scrolling foliage, and a central armorial crest, raised on four scroll legs, 12.25” (31cm), 902g. (1) €500 - 800

387 A TAPER PATTERN CRESTED SILVER SOUP LADLE, London c. 1800, 13in (33cm), 197g. (1) €180 - 250 388 A GOOD SET OF SIX CRESTED CORK SILVER TABLE SPOONS, by Joseph Gibson of Cork (1800-1820), 9.75” (25cm), combined weight 430g. (6) €2000 - 3000

391 391 A RARE GEORGE II CORK SILVER PUNCH LADLE, by William Bennett c.1740, the shaped helmet bowl with fork mount and turned wooden handle, 13.5” (35cm). (1) €2000 - 3000 51

396 A PAIR OF EARLY 19TH CENTURY AMERICAN FIDDLE PATTERN TABLE SPOONS, by Joseph Clarico, Norfolk, Virginia; and a small silver strawberry dish, c.1940, 5” (13cm). (3) €120 - 180

392 392 A RARE QUEEN ANNE SILVER DOUBLE BOWL MARROW SCOOP, London 1713, 8.5” (21cm). (1) €150 - 200

395 395 AN IRISH PROVINCIAL BRIGHT CUT SOUP LADLE, by Carden Terry and Jane Williams Cork, c. 1810, 13.5in (34cm), 205g. (1) €500 - 600

393 393 AN IRISH PROVINCIAL SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN TABLE SPOON, by William Reynolds Cork, c. 1770, 9in (23cm), 70g. (1) €180 - 250

395A A SET OF FOUR OCTAGONAL SHAPED SILVER MUSTARD POTS; a set of six silver salt and pepper casters; a small silver bon bon dish; and a silver menu or place name stand. (12) €80 - 150

394 A RARE AND UNUSUAL CORK SILVER ASPARAGUS TONGS, by Carden Terry of Cork c.1780, with reeded grips and ring handles, 10.5” (27cm), 143g. (1) €2500 - 3000

397 397 A CORK SILVER DOUBLE BOWL MARROW SCOOP, by John Warner of Cork, c.1780. (1) €800 - 1000



398 AN IRISH GEORGE III SILVER CRESTED FISH SLICE, Dublin 1806 by Richard Sawyer, with bright cut pierced blade and fiddle handle, 11.5” (29cm). (1) €100 - 150




399 AN EARLY IRISH GEORGE III SILVER CRESTED SKIMMING SPOON, by M.S. Dublin, c. 1770, 12in (31cm), 134g. (1) €400 - 600


Silver & Silver Plateware 400 A BRIGHT CUT CORK SILVER SOUP LADLE, by Samuel Riely, c.1790, with star top and oval crest, 14” (36cm), 171g. (1) €1800 - 2500 401 A SET OF FIVE IRISH BRIGHT CUT SILVER TABLE SPOONS, by John Power Dublin 1812, 9in (23cm), 357g. (5) €250 - 350 402 A PLAIN CRESTED CORK SILVER BOWL, by George Hodder c.1740, of deep circular flared form on rim foot, 7” (17.5cm), 361g. (1) €4500 - 6000


403 403 A SET OF SIX IRISH FIDDLE PATTERN AND CRESTED SILVER DINNER FORKS, Dublin 1809 by Richard Williams; together with a set of four similar crested ditto, Dublin 1832-33, by Smith and Gomble and P. Weeks 673g. (10) €180 - 250 404 A RARE IRISH WILLIAM III CRESTED SILVER TWO HANDLE PORRINGER, Dublin 1699, with cylindrical half reeded and fluted bowl, applied with two scroll handles, on a short circular stem, 6.5” (17cm), 255g. (1) €1800 - 2500


405 405 A SET OF EIGHT IRISH PROVINCIAL SILVER BRIGHT CUT AND CRESTED TEA SPOONS by Jane Williams, Cork c. 1775. (1) €150 - 250



406 A FINE CORK SILVER SUGAR BASKET, by James Warner c.1795, with swing handle on boat shaped body and oval stem base, 259g, 6.25” (16cm). (1) €2500 - 3000 407 A 9K GOLD LADIES WRIST WATCH AND BRACELET, together with a carved bog oak and gilt metal bracelet, with matching ear pendants, one as is, by Jeremiah Goggin (1814-1898), 74 Grafton Street Dublin, Bog Oak Carver to the Queen, in fitted case. (2) €80 - 120 408 A BRIGHT-CUT CORK SILVER WINE COASTER, by Carden Terry and Jane Williams, c.1807-1821), crested and chased with floral garlands, 5.25” (13.5cm). (1) €1500 - 2000 409 A GOLD FOB SEAL, with hard stone centre. (1) €200 - 250 410 A SWISS SILVER AND ENAMEL LADIES FOB WATCH, with enamel dial and Arabic numerals. (1) €100 - 120


410A A LARGE OVAL SILVER PLATED GAME OR TURKEY DISH COVER, with leaf scroll cast handle and gadroon edge, 18” (46cm); together with a smaller similar ditto with vine cast rustic handle, 14” (36cm); two similar smaller silver dish covers; and another pair of dish covers, as is. (6) €100 - 150 411 A LADIES 18K GOLD KEYLESS FOB WATCH, with Swiss bar movement, with gilt dial and Roman numerals. (1) €200 - 220





Silver & Silver Plateware 412 AN IRISH GEORGE III BRIGHT CUT SILVER TABLE SPOON, by John Power Dublin 1800, with painted star cut top, 74g, 10in (25cm). (1) €180 - 250

417 A HEAVY VICTORIAN SILVER KINGS PATTERN FISH SERVER, London 1845, by B.S, probably Benj. Smith, with pierced blade and crested handle, 12.25in (31cm) 220g. (1) €140 - 160

413 A SET OF SIX 18TH CENTURY SILVER TAPER PATTERN DESSERT SPOONS, possibly by William Bennett of Cork c.1750. (6) €500 - 600

418 A COLLECTION OF FIFTEEN SILVER TEA AND EGG SPOONS, Irish and English, various dates 272g. (15) €180 - 220

414 A CORK SILVER BRIGHT CUT SUGAR TONGS, by T.C., probably Tim Conway c.1800; together with a Dublin bright cut sugar tongs, with shell grips by William Law, Dublin c.1789; and another bright cut Dublin silver sugar tongs, by Thomas Tudor, c.1797. (3) €100 - 150

419 A SET OF SIX FIDDLE PATTERN AND CRESTED IRISH SILVER TEA SPOONS, by J. Salter (Cork) Dublin 1824; together with a set of six Irish George III bright cut silver crested tea spoons by John Power Dublin 1898. (12) €100 - 150 420 A SMALL GEORGE I IRISH SILVER CRESTED BOWL, by John Hamilton of Dublin c.1720, with shaped rim on reeded circular rim foot, 4.5” (11.5cm), 242g. (1) €2000 - 3000

415 A SET OF TEN IRISH SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN TEA SPOONS, Dublin c.1900; a set of 5 George III silver coffee spoons; and six other silver spoons, 433g. (21) €140 - 180

421 A GEORGE III BRIGHT CUT SILVER TABLE SPOON, as is, 8in (20cm); three 19th century fiddle pattern tea spoons; a George III English sugar tongs; a salt spoon; and three silver plated decanter labels. (9) €150 - 250

416 A CORK SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN SUGAR TONGS, by William Reynolds c.1810. (1) €200 - 300

422 A SET OF SIX IRISH FIDDLE PATTERN SILVER TEA SPOONS, Dublin 1827 by Richard Garde; a set of three crested desert spoons by Michael Keating Dublin 1796; a set of three simular crested ditto, Dublin early George III; and a small provincial Irish tea spoon. (14) €80 - 150 423 A VINE AND MASK CHASED SILVER PORT LABEL, Birmingham 1825, by Joseph Taylor; a late George III Irish sherry label; a small Birmingham silver brandy label; two other silver labels; and a silver plated label. (6) €300 - 400 424 AN IRISH BRIGHT CUT SILVER SUGAR BOWL, George III Dublin 1818, By S. Bergin; the shell, leaf, flower, and gadroon moulded edge on an ogee shaped crested body, applied with two leaf cast handles on four ball feet, 341g, 8in (20cm). (1) €180 - 250 425 AN IRISH SILVER SUGAR BOWL, Dublin 1902, profusely chased with scrolling folliage, birds and C scrolls and raised on three lion mask and paw feet, 6in (15cm), 250g. (1) €180 - 250





426 A VERY RARE CORK REPUBLIC SILVER STRAWBERRY DISH,, by William Egan Cork 1922, the shaped edge 4” (10cm), 84gr. (1) Note: Cork Republican Silver refers to silverware produced in Cork City during the Irish Civil War. Only sixty to eighty pieces are known to survive. During the Irish Civil War in the summer of 1922, Cork was temporarily held by Anti-Treaty forces. Barry M. Egan, managing director of the family firm of silversmiths William Egan & Sons, devised his own hallmark due to the fact that he was unable to send silver to Dublin for hallmarking. It depicted a two-mast left-facing ship with a single-towered castle to each side. These were struck, using separate dies for the ship and the castle, to the right of the maker’s mark, WE. Once silver could again be sent to Dublin, the dies were destroyed.. €5000 - 8000



Silver & Silver Plateware 427 A RARE SET OF TWELVE CORK SILVER TABLE FORKS, by Carden Terry and Jane Williams, Cork c.1800, each with the Beamish Family crest and motto, Virtus Insignit Audentes (Virtue Renders the Bold Illustrious), 712g. (12) €5000 - 7000 428 A PAIR OF GEORGE IV SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN AND CRESTED TABLE SPOONS, London 1808, 159g, 9in (23cm). (2) €150 - 250

432 AN EARLY IRISH GEORGE III SILVER CRESTED SALVER, Dublin c.1760, with shaped leaf scroll edge, the centre chased with C-scrolls and scrolling foliage, around a crest on three shaped scroll legs, 12.5” (32cm), 1081g. (1) €400 - 600


433 AN IRISH GEORGE III SILVER DISH, Dublin 1813, stamped Mullen, later chased with stylised flowers, 6.5” (17cm), 168g. (1) €300 - 400

431 A LATE VICTORIAN THREE PIECE SILVER TEA SERVICE, Sheffield 1896, comprising an oval half reeded teapot, matching sugar bowl, and milk jug, combined weight 812g. (3) €350 - 500

434 AN IRISH VICTORIAN SILVER PEAR SHAPED CREAM JUG, Dublin 1866, with chased bands and scroll handle, 157g, 5” (13cm). (1) €100 - 150

429 429 A FINE GEORGE IV IRISH SILVER BOWL, by R.G., probably Richard Garde (Cork) Dublin 1824, chased with floral sprays, on a spiral reeded body, 458g, 6.5” (17cm)d. (1) €1000 - 1500 429A AN OVAL SILVER PLATED TWO-HANDLED ENTRÉE PAN, with hot water cavity; a circular silver plated and crested salver; a circular warming stand; and other miscellaneous silver plateware. (a lot) €60 - 90

430 430 A FOUR PIECE VICTORIAN SILVER TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE, by SH & DC London 1847, comprising a pear shaped coffee pot of lobed form, chased with scrolling foliage and raised on four ornate scroll legs, 10.25” (26cm); together with a matching tea pot, a two handled sugar bowl, and a cream jug, 2110g. (4) €700 - 1100



435 A VERY RARE 18K GOLD BEAKER BY EGAN OF CORK, bearing the 1916-1966 commemoration mark for the 50th anniversary of the 1916 rising, 3.75” (8.5cm), 218g. (1) €8000 - 10000 436 A VICTORIAN SILVER SUGAR BASKET, London 1877, by F. E., the bead moulded wavy edge with a swing handle on a boat shaped body, chased with panels of animals, figures, flowers, insects, fish, etc., on an oval stem base, 283g. (1) Illustration on page 59 €280 - 350 437 A SMALL SILVER TWO HANDLED TROPHY CUP, Birmingham 1911, inscribed Peking Polo Tournament 1911, Presented by Mrs. H. Boumont Donaldson on Coronation Day 5.5” (14cm), and a small two handled Celtic style sugar bowl,Birmingham 1913, on stem base, combined weight 440g. (2) €100 - 120

443 A PAIR OF SILVER CANDLESTICKS, Sheffield 1905, each with half fluted and reeded column with Corinthian capital, on a square moulded and stepped base, 8.5” (22cm). (2) €200 - 300 444 A FINE IRISH GEORGE I SILVER COFFEE POT, by John Hamilton c.1720, the upward tapering crested body with a domed cover and urn finial, the wooden handle at right angle to spout, 9” (23cm) high, 938g. (1) €15000 - 20000

442 442 A VICTORIAN OGEE SHAPED EMBOSSED SILVER TEA POT, London 1851, by Joseph Wilson, with flower head finial on a domed cover, raised on four scroll legs, 787g, 7” (18cm). (1) €250 - 350

445 A CIRCULAR SILVER PHOTO FRAME, mid 20th century Sheffield marks, the top crested with a ribbon bow, 6.5” (17cm). (1) €200 - 250

438 A SMALL IRISH SILVER CREAM JUG, of half fluted form, William IV Dublin 1833, by James Scott, on stem base, 92g. (1) €80 - 150

439 439 A PAIR OF SILVER TOAST RACKS, Birmingham 1907, each with four arched compartments and a ring handle, on four ball feet, 5.5in (14cm), 180g. (2) €100 - 200 440 A SILVER HIP FLASK, Birmingham 1910, 227g; an embossed silver tea caddy Birmingham 1907, 121g; a silver cigarette case London 1919; and a bright cut silver vase Birmingham 1908, with lion mask and ring handles, on a stem base, 5.75” (14cm). (4) €140 - 160 441 A GEORGE IV OGEE SHAPED CREAM JUG, London 1826 by R. Eames and R. Barnard, with gadroon edge and leaf handle, raised on four ball feet, 6.5in (16cm), 232g. (1) €150 - 220




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446 A SET OF SIX HEAVY IRISH FIDDLE PATTERN AND CRESTED TABLE SPOONS, by WM. Sherwin, Dublin 1834. (6) €250 - 350 447 A SET OF FIVE IRISH PROVINCIAL FIDDLE PATTERN TEA SPOONS, by John & Nicolas Nicholson Cork, 1805-14. (5) €100 - 200 448 A SET OF SIX VICTORIAN FIDDLE PATTERN TEA SPOONS, London 1856. (6) €30 - 50 449 A PAIR OF BRIGHT CUT IRISH PROVINCIAL CRESTED DESSERT SPOONS, by Carden Terry Cork, c.1780; a smaller similar ditto; and one other. (4) €200 - 300

451 A PAIR OF RECTANGULAR SILVER PLATED ENTÉE DISHES, COVERS, AND HANDLES, 12” (30cm); a pierced and silver plated sandwich stand; a plated tantalus, as is; a plated breakfast stand with jam and butter stand and toast rack; an an oval silver plated two handled warming stand, 14” (36cm). (6) €70 - 90 452 A PAIR OF SILVER BACKED GROOMING BRUSHES, an Art Nouveau silver backed hand mirror, and two other silver backed brushes. (5) €80 - 120 453 A SILVER TEA CADDY, of casket form, London c. 1900, the domed cover with an ivory finial, with half reeded and fluted body, raised on ball feet, 147g, 3.5” (9cm). (1) €250 - 270

454 A GOOD PAIR OF IRISH GEORGE III SILVER TWO-HANDLED CUPS, probably by Charles Mullen of Dublin 1772, each with double scroll leaf cast handles, engraved with crest and motto Pro Deo Rege et Pater, i.e. For God, King and Country; likely an abbreviated reference to the motto of the 17th century Confederation of Ireland Pro Deo Rege et Pater, Hibernia Unamis,, 5.5” (14cm), 890g. (2) €2000 - 3000 455 AN IRISH CRESTED SILVER WINE FUNNEL, by William Bond, Dublin c.1790, with detachable pierced strainer bowl and tapering curved funnel tube, 4.75” (12cm), 919g. (1) €200 - 300

450 AN IRISH SILVER BRIGHT CUT SUGAR BASKET, by Matthew West of Dublin 1793, the boat shaped body with a swing handle on oval stem base, 6.75” (17cm), 225g. (1) €400 - 600




456 AN IRISH GEORGE II SILVER SAUCEPAN, by William Duggan of Dublin 1745, the ogee shaped body with reeded neck and spout, the turned wooden handle at right angle to spout, 6” (15cm). (1) €1500 - 2500 456A A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS WHITE METAL, comprising a coffee pot with cobra finial, a small vase or jar, an oval dish, a bowl, and another Indian vessel; together with a leather monogrammed hunting flask with silver plated mount; a cased set of engineer’s drawing instruments with monogram VH (Vincent Hart); and a black ceramic and polychrome decorated biscuit jar. (8) €100 - 200 457 A PAIR OF SILVER CANDLESTICKS, London 1902, each with half reeded and fluted column and Corinthian capital on square stepped base, 10in (26cm); together with another pair, one Birmingham 1906, 7in (18cm), the other Chester 1906. (4) €180 - 250 458 TWO SIMILAR GEORGE III IRISH BRIGHT CUT SILVER DESSERT SPOONS, a pair of Irish provincial bright cut coffee spoons, c. 1800; and a set of three cork bright cut silver tea spoons, c. 1800. (7) €180 - 220 459 AN IRISH VICTORIAN SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN SAUCE LADLE, Dublin 1841, together with another George III taper pattern ladle, London 1798. (2) €80 - 120 460 AN ANTIQUE GOLD WATCH CHAIN SEAL FOB, with shell centre and amber glass intaglio, and another similar with vase shaped centre and crystal type intaglio. (2) €400 - 500


461 TWO SIMILAR ANTIQUE GOLD BELL SHAPED OVAL WATCH CHAIN SEALS, each with carved carnelian intaglio. (2) €400 - 500

466 A HEAVY IRISH LATE GEORGE III SILVER FUNNEL STAND, by James LaBass of Dublin 1816, 4.75” (12cm) diameter, 99g. (1) €200 - 300

462 TWO ANTIQUE GOLD WATCH CHAIN FOB SEALS, one with carved amber intaglio, the other with a red intaglio, each in a rectangular frame with arch top. (2) €400 - 500

467 A VERY ATTRACTIVE THREE PIECE SILVER PLATED AND CUT GLASS DINING ROOM TABLE GARNITURE, comprising: a large centre epergne with vase shaped centre, supporting a large cut glass bowl with serrated edge, issuing eight reeded arms, supporting eight small cut glass bowls, the arms with pineapple terminals and leaf cast collars, on a circular domed stem base, and raised on four fruit and leaf cast scroll legs, 20.5” (52cm)h x 30” (76cm)w; together with a pair of matching fruit comports, each with conforming cut glass bowls, 13” (33cm)h x 11” (28cm). (3) €3000 - 3500

463 AN ANTIQUE GOLD WATCH CHAIN SEAL FOB, with carved oval carnelian intaglio, with crest, and another oval arch top ditto, with crest and motto. (2) €400 - 500 464 A ROCOCO STYLE GOLD WATCH CHAIN SEAL FOB, with carved carnelian intaglio; together with another seal fob with interlaced snake suspender. (2) €400 - 500 465 AN IRISH GEORGIAN SILVER SAUCE BOAT, by Wil Hughes Dublin c.1770, chased with drapes and foliage under a bead hammered edge, applied with a triple scroll handle on three shell capped pad feet, 7” (18cm) 187g. (1) €400 - 500

468 A FIVE PIECE SIAM STERLING SILVER REPOUSSE TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE with oval tray comprising a pear shaped coffee pot profusely chased with religious figures applied with a leaf scroll handle and dragon neck spout , 11in (28cm); a matching teapot, sugar bowl and cover and jug, all on a matching oval tray, 19in (49cm), 3534 grams. €2000 - 2500

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Silver & Silver Plateware 473 ELEVEN SILVER COFFEE SPOONS, each with red or black coffee bean finial, in a case. (1) €70 - 90 474 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY TWO HANDLED SILVER PLATED WINE COOLER, with bright cut crested cartouches and lift out liner, applied with two lion mask and ring handles, on a circular stem base, 9” (23cm). (1) €180 - 220 475 AN IRISH VICTORIAN SILVER MOUNTED DECANTER STOPPER, Dublin 1886, by West and Son, with ring handle; together with an Irish William IV rat-tail table spoon, Dublin 1832; and a Victorian ditto, Dublin 1844, both by C. Cummins. (3) €100 - 200

478 469 A RARE RUSSIAN SILVER JEWISH TORAH POINTER, the top surmounted with an eagle with outstretched wings, on a square finial with lion mask, the tapering cylindrical stem with star of David and oval pendant, the lower section applied with a vine and a pointing hand with a ring on the index finger, 12” (30cm). (1) €350 - 400

476 A LARGE EARLY OVAL EMBOSSED SILVER SIDEBOARD DISH, with centre raised panel depicting a woman reclining by a tree holding a bouquet of flowers and a hound seated by her side, all in relief inside a border of trailing flowers, marks indistinct, 21” (53cm), 1140g. (1) €800 - 1500

470 A BIRMINGHAM SILVER POSTAGE SCALES, with ivory dial, 3.25” (8cm). (1) €180 - 220

477 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS SILVER, comprising a boat shaped cut glass inkstand; another silver ink stand, chased with pastoral scenes, Irish early 20th century with blue cut glass liner; an Art Nouveau silver photo frame; a heart shaped silver photo frame; a larger silver photo frame embossed with birds and grotesque mask; a novelty plated leaf chamber candlestick, with owl surmounted; a small silver army medical corps trinket tray or coaster; a hand shaped paper clip; a silver pen; and a silver trinket tray. (a lot) €150 - 250

471 A SILVER MOUNTED TORTOISE SHELL PAGE TURNER, with silver eagle head handle, 14.5in (37cm). (1) €250 - 300 472 A PAIR OF LATE 19TH CENTURY PIERCED AND SILVER PLATED DISH RINGS, 8” (20cm)d. (2) €100 - 150

478 A SET OF FOUR IRISH PROVINCIAL SILVER BRIGHT CUT TABLE SPOONS, by Carden Terry Cork, c. 1780, 9in (23cm), 261g. (4) €280 - 350 479 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS SILVER PLATE WARE, comprising an oval pierced gallery tray, 10.5in (27cm); a silver plated pepper mill; a tea strainer and stand; two carver rests; a pair of sweet meat or salt stands; two plated basting spoons; three napkin rings; condiments, etc. (a lot) €50 - 70 480 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS SILVER, comprising two napkin rings; a three piece condiment set; a French silver beaker; an ash tray, two Indian white metal spirit measures; and a heavy chased Indian white metal perfume bottle case. (a lot) €80 - 100 481 A PIERCED SILVER DISH, Chester 1915, with oval lobed body, 8in (20cm), 184g, in fitted case; together with another small silver bon bon dish Birmingham 1898, 72g. (2) €100 - 150 482 A CASED SET OF SIX SILVER HANDLED FRUIT KNIVES, another cased set of six fruit knives; a cased set of six silver pastry forks; three silver salt spoons; three plated ditto; a cased set of six mother o’ pearl handled fruit knives; a pair of cased and plated fish servers; and a Victorian cased set of two rustic pickle forks with matching jam spoon. (7) €100 - 150 483 A FOUR BRANCH FIVE LIGHT SILVER PLATED CANDELABRUM, with scrolling arms, on an Adams style tapering stem with circular bead moulded foot, 17.5” (45cm); together with two silver plated candlesticks with baluster shaped stem, 11” (28cm). (2) €100 - 150 484 A SILVER PHOTO FRAME, together with a three piece Victorian silver christening set, comprising spoon, fork and knife, cased; and a rectangular machine turned silver cigarette box, inscribed Vincent Hart Goty Club 1921, 6.25” (16cm). (3) €100 - 150



492 485 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS SILVER, comprising three silver cigarette cases; a silver cigar case; a double compartment cigar holder case; a curved Chester silver card case; two silver match box holders; three silver vestas, and other miscellaneous silver. (a lot) €120 - 150 486 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS SILVER AND SILVER PLATED ITEMS, comprising three silver medals, one for handball 1894, and two Cork School’s Cup medals for Vincent Hart; a Festival of Britain 1951 mint crown, in original case; a small portable ink case; a Japanese brass and enamel cigarette case, with the crest of The Royal Army Medical Corps; another Japanese white metal cigarette case; two silver pocket watches; and other miscellaneous items. (a lot) €80 - 120

488 A LARGE QUANTITY OF MISCELLANEOUS SILVER PLATED TABLE FLAT WARE, including knives, forks, spoons, etc. (1) €80 - 120 489 A SET OF TWELVE SILVER FRUIT FORKS, each with mother o’ pearl handles and eleven matching knives, London 1915; together with a cased silver plated sugar tongs; a Victorian silver spoon and fork christening set, cased; and another Victorian cased christening set, comprising fork, spoon and knife. (3) €120 - 150

491 A RECTANGULAR EMBOSSED SILVER DRESSING TABLE/TRINKET TRAY, Birmingham 1903, chased with C-scrolls and cartouches, 10.25” (16cm), 381g. (1) €150 - 200 492 A RECTANGULAR BEAD MOULDED SILVER TRAY, Sheffield 1902, by James Deakin & Sons, with canted corners and two handles, the engraved plate inscribed Presented to John Hart Esqr. on his Resigning the Management of The Queens Old Castle, He Having this Important Position for Twenty Three Years, as a Mark of Esteem from the Staff July 31st 1902, approx 2500g, 24” (61cm). (1) €600 - 1000

487 A SILVER MOUNTED IVORY PAGE TURNER, or paper knife; together with two silver plated skewers; a silver plated candle snuffer and tray; another snuffer tray; a silver plated butter dish cover with cow finial; a silver plated coaster; six plated pastry forks; and other miscellaneous silver plate wear. (a lot) €40 - 60 487A AN OVAL VICTORIAN SILVER PLATED CAKE BASKET, with swing handle, 15” (38cm); together with a silver plated muffin dish, cover and liner; a two handled silver plated serving dish with liner; and two circular silver plated bread dishes. (5) €100 - 150

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490 A PAIR OF CONTINENTAL SILVER DISH STANDS, each of hexagonal form, chased with classical scenes in relief, and each headed with two urns, 6” (15cm); together with two silver mounted cut glass cruet bottles; a frosted glass jar with silver plated mount and swing handle and cover, 4.5” (12cm); a Waterford crystal honey dish and cover, on a silver plated stand; two hexagonal glass jars and covers and a cased set of eighteen silver plated fruit knives and forks. (a lot) €80 - 120

493 A RECTANGULAR INDIAN SILVER PRESENTATION TRAY, by Orr, To Vincent Hart from the Members of the Jibbers Club, August 1922, autographed by the presenting members, within a relief border depicting the Signs of the Zodiac, within oval panels and leaf scrolls, applied with two interlaced double serpent handles, 22.25 (57cm), approx 2000g. (1) €500 - 800


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493 494 A VERY RARE EARLY 18TH CENTURY GALWAY SILVER ROSARY BEADS, with the maker’s stamp JM, with wooden or amber avés and silver paters, the silver crucifix 5” (13cm) x 3” (7.5cm), with maker’s mark to the rear of the INRI panel, 29” (74cm). (1) €2500 - 4000

495 A 19TH CENTURY FRENCH BRONZE AND SIENA BROCATELLE MARBLE MANTEL CLOCK, the top surmounted by a Marley Horse group, by Guillaume Coustou, above a circular silverised dial with Roman numerals, the movement with an outside count wheel striking a steel bell, in a bronze mounted marble plinth, on scroll legs, 17” (44cm)h x 9” (23cm). (1) See illustration on page 62 €600-800

496 A LATE REGENCY PERIOD TORTOISE SHELL AND MOTHER O’ PEARL INLAID TEA CADDY, of serpentine form, the hinged cover opening to reveal an adapted interior, now velvet lined for jewellery with lift out tray, on a shaped base with ball feet, 8” (20cm). (1) €400-600 497 A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY FRENCH GILT BRASS CANDLE STICKS, each with leaf cast and half fluted stem, supporting an urn shaped socket, on a circular fluted domed foot, 12” (30cm). (2) €200-300



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498 THE ORDER OF THE STAR OF INDIA The Most Exalted Order of the Star of India, C.S.I., Companion’s neck badge, in gold and enamel, with central cameo of a youthful Queen Victoria, bearing the motto of the Order (Heaven’s Light Our Guide), very fine; for Vincent Hart, Indian Service of Engineers, Chief Engineer, Public Works Department, Madras; together with the corresponding (framed) letter from George V; and his copy of the Statutes of the Order. (3) €1200 - 1800



Study 499 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY DROP LEAF SUTHERLAND TABLE, with two D shaped flaps, on turned supports, 22” (57cm)w. (1) €150 - 250 500 See page 66

502 A CHINESE CARVED CHERRYWOOD CHAIR, late 19th century, of horse shoe shape, the top carved with interlaced dragons, and with dragon mask arm terminals, the splat with a further dragon on circular bead moulded seat, raised on four dragon mask headed cabriole legs with ball and claw feet. (1) €1000 - 1500 503 A LARGE PAIR OF CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN JARS AND COVERS, O.R.M., each with temple lion finial, decorated with temple lions, 22” (56cm). (2) €450 - 550

507 ATTRIBUTED TO HENRY ALKEN (18101894), Extensive Landscape with Hunting Scene, depicting loose horse in foreground, pencil drawing, 14” (36cm)h x 19” (48cm). (1) €200 - 300 508 A PAIR OF EARLY IRISH COLOURED PRINTS, Views in County Wicklow, each 14.5” (37cm)h x 22” (56cm)w. (2) €250 - 350 509 AFTER JAMES ULRIC WALMSLEY (18601954), a coloured engraving by Dukes & Sarjant, A View of Mucross Abbey and the Great Lake of Killarney, to David Latouche Jnr. Esq. M.P., 14.5” (37cm)h x 18.5” (47cm); and its companion A View of the Castle of Ardayon on the River Kenmare, to Robert Best Esq. (2) €150 - 250 510 AFTER P.J. MENE, a bronze study of a whippet, , 8” (20cms). €200 - 300 511 AN INLAID AND CROSSBANDED MAHOGANY OPEN BOOKCASE, 42” (107cm)w. (1) €80 - 150

501 501 A 19TH CENTURY CHINESE OCCASIONAL TABLE, with a bead moulded top with a band of flowers, with dragon in relief on a tri-pod base with lion paw feet, 26.5” (67cm). (1) €1000 - 1500

512 BOUND PERIODICALS Punch Magazine 1867-1918, in attractive bindings, 72 volumes in total, ex libris Robert Uniacke Penrose Fitzgerald of Cork Begg Island. (72) €150 - 250

504 504 A LARGE BRONZE BUST, by repute, Lord Mountbatten of Burma, head and shoulders, indistinctly signed, 29” (74cm). (1) €600 - 800 505 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE, with rectangular moulded top, raised on front turned supports and rear flat pilasters, united by a stretcher shelf, on front bun feet, adapted, spare leaves, 56.5” (143cm)w. (1) €250 - 350


506 A LARGE REGENCY STYLE TWENTY FOUR BRANCH BRASS AND GLASS CHANDELIER, the arms in two tiers, the corona issuing festoons of glass buttons, to a brass frame, with numerous lustre and pear shaped drops, approx. 62” (157cm)h x 38” (97cm). (1) €1500 - 2500



500 A VERY IMPORTANT IRISH WILLIAM IV PERIOD CIRCULAR MAHOGANY DINING TABLE, the large moulded top on a baluster turned short stem, with quadruple pod, the splayed legs with acanthus leaf hips, and terminating in lappet scroll feet, approx 7ft diameter, (209cm). (1) Note: This piece was likely commissioned by Daniel Callaghan MP for Lotabeg in the 1830s. 7ft circular dining tables from this period are extremely rare. â‚Ź20000 - 30000


Study 513 A GEORGE III INLAID AND CROSS BANDED MAHOGANY SECRETAIRE BOOKCASE, the cornice above two astragal glazed doors, on a base with two cupboard doors under a drop front writing compartment, fitted with drawers and pigeon holes, on bracket feet, adapted, 100” (245cm)h x 49in (125cm)w x 21” (53cm)d. (1) €1200 - 1800 514 A COLLECTION OF ASSORTED BINDINGS, including: Burn LL.D. (Richard), Ecclesiastical Law, in four volumes, 5th edition, London 1788, uniformly bound full calf; John Locke’s An Essay Concerning Human Understanding, 2 vols., in two volumes, 15th ed., London 1760, full calf; The Works of The Right Honourable Edmund Burke, London 1801, vols 6, 7, 8 only; together with four attractive bound copies Good Words magazine for 1871, 1877 and 1878; and two other bindings, Beeton’s Dictionary of Universal Information (A-K only), and Johnson’s Dictonary of the English Language (L-Z only), w.a.f. (15) €80 - 150 515 THE QUARTERLY REVIEW 1867-1875, including volumes 123-139 but lacking vols 128/131/132/135, ex libris Robert Uniacke Penrose Fitzgerald of Cork Begg Island. (13) €60 - 90 516 CHARLES KINGSLEY’S HEREWARD THE WAKE, Kingsley (Charles), Hereward the Wake, a large oblong folio 15.5in (40cm) x 21.5in (55cm) approx., 20 full page engravings, facsimile signatures of the author and illustrator on title page, quarter Morocco with plum boards, gilt titles to front cover, w.a.f. (1) €80 - 120 517 THOMAS WALSH’S EGYPT Walsh (Thomas), Journal of the Late Campaign in Egypt: Including Descriptions of that Country, and of Gibraltar, Minorca,Malta, Marmorice, and Marci, 2nd edition, with forty plates/maps approx., London T. Cadell and W. Davies, 1803, ex libris Sir Robert Uniake Penrose Fitzgerald of Cork Begg Island. (1) €500 - 800 518 MOORE’S IRISH MELODIES Moore, (Thomas), Irish Melodies, 4to L. n.d. New Edition, illustrated throughout by Daniel Maclise, Longman, Brown, Green, Longmans, & Roberts, c.1860, full morocco, profusely tooled covers with multiple borders, tooled gilt panelled spine, decorated throughout with shamrock motifs, bound by Nutt of Cambridge, inscribed Penrose Fitzgerald Cork Begg 1860 inside front cover. (1) €100 - 150

519 A RARE SOUVENIR PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM - JAIPUR, Comprising 90 views and portraits commemorating Viscount Goschen of Hawkhurst’s visit to Jaipur, presentation copy, 1927, entitled A Souvenir of the Visit to Jeypore Samasthanam of His Excellency the Right Hon’ble Viscount Goschen of Hawkhurst, Governor of Madras and The Viscountess Goschen, 14th December 1927, the title inscribed in gilt on front cover, and with handwritten inscription inside by the Maharajah of Jeypore to V. Hart Esq. Superintending Engineer, with the best compliment of Maharajah of Jeypore, prints by Calastry of Secunderbad and Madras (card affixed inside cover), varying sizes, mostly mounted one per page, 6in (15cm) x 8in (20cm) the largest, with print captions on each mount, 9.5in (24cm) x 12.5in (32cm). (1) €1000 - 1500 520 DANIEL MACLISE R.A., Maclise (Daniel), The Story of the Norman Conquest, London: Art-Union of London, 1866, 1st edition, oblong folio in publisher’s cloth, 42 plates, ex libris Sir Robert Uniacke Penrose Fitzgerald, Cork Begg Island. (1) €120 - 180 521 BOUND PERIODICALS, Revue des Deux Mondes [Review of the Two Worlds], 33 volumes from 1867-1870 uniformly bound quarter calf with marble boards. (33) €80 - 120 522 DECORATIVE BINDINGS, Scott (Sir Walter), Waverley Novels, Edinburgh: Adam and Charles Black, 1853, thirty three volumes included from forty-eight volumes (130 inclusive, 32, 33, 43), quarter calf, as is, w.a.f. (33) €50 - 100 523 BOUND PERIODICALS, The Spectator (vols 32-37 inclusive), together with The Saturday Review (vol 7, vols 9-16 inclusive), all uniformly and attractively bound quarter leather with marble boards. (15) €80 - 150 524 A COLLECTION OF POSTAGE STAMPS, assembled in an attractive presentation album with brass mount, comprising approximately 800 stamps, mostly used late 19th and early 20th century from a diverse geographical catchment, categorised by country. (1) €200 - 400

519 525 CHARLES LEVER’S CHARLES O’MALLEY Lever (Charles) [Harry Lorrequer], Charles O’Malley, The Irish Dragoon, in two volumes, Dublin 1841, 1st edition, with engraved titled and plates, uniformly bound in quarter calf with marble boards, ex libris Sir Robert Uniacke Penrose Fitzgerald, Cork Begg Island. (2) €150 - 250 526 A LARGE QUANTITY OF ASSORTED BOOKS, mostly bound, w.a.f. (a lot) €70 - 120


527 SAMUEL BOURNE; BOURNE & SHEPHERD; & SHEPHERD & ROBERTSON BOURNE, SAMUEL (1834-1912), CHARLES SHEPPARD (FL. 1858-1878) AND ARTHUR ROBERTSON (FL 1858-1864), Hindostan, Cashmere, and Tartary, an extremely rare and important album containing 92 albumen photographs, depicting assorted Indian landscapes and ethnographic studies of the Indian peoples, c.1860-1870, in three volumes, each in rectangular folio size bound albums, 18.5” (47cm) x 23.5” (60cm) approx; the photographs varying in size and orientation, nearly all with period manuscript captions, the majority signed by the photographer(s) and numbered in the negative. List of Photographs: Vol 1: 1. Our Shooting Party of 1864 2. Hooseinabad Emambara, Lucknow 3. Group of Thugs 4. Hindostan and Thibet Road at Rogi 5. Tomb of Nizamoodeen 6. Jumma Musjid, Delhi 7. View on the Dahl Canal Cashmere 8. Cedar Mosque on the Thelum, Cashmere 9. Village of Gugangair, Sande Valley 10. Bailey Guard Gate, Lucknow 11. Skins of Animals Shot by P. Fitzgerald Esq. 12. Ruined Temple in Naoshera, Cashmere 13. Boat of the British Resident at Cashmere 14. Junction of the Buspa and Sutlej 15. Marochettis Statue Over the Well at Cawnpore 16. View in Wanga Valley 17. Manusbal Lake, Cashmere 18. Manirung Pass 19. Cooties in the Himalayas 20. Narkhanda Forest near Simla 21. The Saj at Agra from the Gardens 22. Junction of the Pean and Spitti Rivers, Dunkar 23. Pillars in Brahminical Temple at Gwalior 24. Mussacks for Crossing the Beas River, Koolu 25. Cashmere Gate, Dehli 26. Tomb of Sheik Chisti, Futtehpore, Sikri 27. Marble Tomb, Govindund 28. View in the Kaiser Bagh, Lucknow 29. Suméree Temple, Ramnugar 30. Deodar Cedars 31. Gwan Bapee, Benares

54. Snake Charmers 55. Avenue of Poplars and Vines, Cashmere 56. Sutlej, Himalayas 57. Ruins of the Residency, Lucknow 58. View on the Beas near Largi 59. Bridge of Boats over the Ghontee 60. Marqual Canal, Cashmere 61. Jakko Hill, Simla 62. Elephant Tower, Futtehpore Sikri Volume 3 63. Colonel Gardner 64. Pillars in the Pauch Mahal 65. Gate of the Kaiser Bagh, Lucknow 66. Sculptured Figures of Buddhists near Gwatior 67. View in the Wanga Valley 68. Dunkar Fort, Spitti Valley 69. Futtehpore Sikri, Palace of Akbar 70. Temples and Bazaar at Chumba 71. The Taj at Agra from the River 72. View in Wanga Valley, Cashmere 73. Pillar in the Dewan-i-kass

Vol 2 32. Hon W.P. Bouverie, Penrose Fitzgerald Esq., etc 33. Interior of the Palace, Dehli 34. Group of Cashmere Nautch Girls 35. Hooseimabad Bazaar, Lucknow 36. Burning Ghat, Benares 37. Hamla Pass, Kulu 38. Rajah Amehtis Temple, Benares 39. Scinde Valley, Cashmere 40. Evening on the Jhetum, Cashmere 41. Lagu Darsy Stream at Kiolo, Spitti Valley 42. Great Arch and Iron Pillar at the Kutub near Dehli 43. Great Snowy Peak from the Hamla Pass 44. Surveying Party in Cashmere 1863 45. Glacier on the Hamla Pass 46. European and Native Officers of Probyn’s Horse 47. Head of Wanga Valley 48. Chandichowk, Dehli 49. Twig Bridge over the Chenal 50. The Mall at Simla, Himalayas 51. Zojji la Pass, Himalayas 52. Group of Chumba Guddies 53. Cliff in the Scinde Valley



Study 74. Spitti River at Kioto 75. Futtehpore, Sikri, from the Top of the Dewan-i-kass 76. Ruins at Marthund, Cashmere 77. Our Shooting Party, Cashmere, June 1864 78. Scinde Valley, Cashmere 79. Shikarees of the 93rd Highlanders 80. Glen near Kot, Himalayas 81. Kaiser Pusund, Lucknow 82. Losar, Spitti Valley 83. Trelissed Marble Screen 84. Spitti River near Shigri 85. Council of India, 1864 86. High Cliffs on the Sutlej River, Tartary 87. Kahutub Minar near Dehli 88. Village of Losar, Spitti 89. Shalimar Gardens, Cashmere 90. Shigri 91. Stone Pillar Raised by Feroze Shah 92. Monastery at Ki, Spitti

Note: Born in Nottingham, England, Samuel Bourne was an outstanding landscape photographer. He is best known for his valuable and beautiful record of the Indian sub-continent. Working in India between 1863 and 1870, Bourne made well over three thousand negatives during his travels, which included three separate expeditions to the Himalayas. Major collections of his work are held by the British Library (India Office collection), London, and at the Royal Photographic Society, Bath, England. â‚Ź6,000 - 10,000



528 A LATE VICTORIAN LIBRARY ARMCHAIR, with padded back, seat and arm panels, the arm terminals with lion masks and raised on front turned legs. (1) €200 - 300

530 A GEORGE III SQUARE SLATE SUNDIAL, by J.A Maitland, Huntley, signed, inscribed and dated 1803, with Arabic numerals, with a pierced lead gnomon, 12” (30cm)sq. (1) €500 - 800

529 AN EXTREMELY FINE PAIR OF WILLIAM IV PERIOD ROSEWOOD LIBRARY ARMCHAIRS, each with a curved and arched tub shaped button back, above a padded seat, flanked with moulded arm fronts and raised on front turned and tapering fluted legs. (2) €5000 - 7000


532 DAVID PAYNE (c. 1843/44-1891), Figures and a dog on a Country Lane, O.O.C., signed lower right, 16in (40cm)h x 25.75in (66cm). (1) €800 - 1200




531 JAN JANSSON (c.1640), Map of South Wales by Jansson, “Principatus Walliae Pars Australis: Vulgo South Wales”, cartouches with putti, coats of arms, engraved sailing ships, pictorial topography describing forests, cities, and mountains. etc; framed, coloured, good. (1) €250 - 350

533 A SET OF THREE COLOURED ARHITECTURAL ELEVATIONS, One of the east front of Hoptone House, in the shire of Linhithgon in Scotland, Seat of the right Honourable Earl of Hoptone, after C.A Campbell; another elevation of The Lord Leimpster’s House in North Hampton shire, after C.A. Campbell, and one larger ditto, The south front of Fonthill, after J. Woolfe., the largest 12” (30cm)h x 28” (71cm). (3) €400 - 600


Study 534 A FINE PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY GILT PELMETS, each with a cartouche crest, issuing leaf sprays to either side, 203cm wide approx. (2) See illustration on page 76 €800 - 1500 535 A COLLECTION OF VANITY FAIR SUPPLEMENT PORTRAIT COLOURED PRINTS, after Spy, Ape, Guth and others, each with title, in uniform fames, 14” (36cm)h x 9.25” (24cm) approx. (12) €400 - 600 536 AN INLAID AND CROSS BANDED MAHOGANY COAL SCUTTLE, with moulded top and drop front, as is, 15” (38cm)w; together with a modern standard lamp. (2) €70 - 120 537 A VICTORIAN GILT OVER MANTEL MIRROR, with cartouche crest above an arched plate in leaf moulded gilt frame, 67” (170cms) high x 58” (147cms) wide, as is. (1) €500 - 800 538 A MAHOGANY CHIPPENDALE STYLE RECTANGULAR STOOL with padded seat on four cabriole legs on ball n’ claw feet; together with another small Victorian foot stool. (2) €100 - 200 539 See page 72

540 A RECTANGULAR VICTORIAN MAHOGANY LIBRARY TABLE, the top with rounded corners and a tooled leather inset, raised on two shaped scroll standards, with a centre roundel, united with a double baluster shaped turned stretcher, raised on four scroll legs with castors, 68in (173cm)h x 35.5in (90cm). (1) €1000 - 1500 541 A FULL SET OF FIVE FOLIO SIZED JOHN SPEED MAPS OF IRELAND, from ‘Theatre of the Empire of Great Britain’, published by Bassett and Chisel, Sudbury & Humble etc.,1612-1676 (a) Map of island of Ireland, with , Munster, Ulster, Leinster and Connaught. Inset drawings of contemporary 16th century costumes of Irish people. (b), (c), (d), (e) Maps of provinces of Munster, Ulster, Leinster and Connaught. Inset maps of Dublin, Cork, Galway, Limerick. Very good. Coloured. 510 x 385 (5) €2500 - 4000 542 AN ATTRACTIVE EARLY MAP OF THE IRISH WEST COAST Pieter Mortier / Charles Pene(c.1693), A Chart of the West Coast of Ireland with an Insert of Kinsale, “Carte Particuliere des Costes Occidentales d`Irlande qui comprend la Baye de Galloway et la Riviere de Lymerick. Comme elles paroissent a basse mer dans les grands Marees. Levee et Gravee Par Ordre du Roy. A Paris. 1693” From Le Neptune Francois (1693) 865 x 595. Framed. Coloured. Very Good. (1) €350 - 450


543 543 CHART OF KINSALE, Greenville Collins (c.1693), A Chart of Kinsale by Capt. Greenville Collins, with forts, buildings decorative cartouche and coat of arms, large cartouche, uncoloured, 575 x 450. (1) €200 - 300



544 EARLY MAP OF THE SOUTH WEST COAST OF IRELAND John Seller (c.1738), A Chart of the SouthWest Coast of Ireland from Dungarvan to the River Shannon, (with large inset map of Kinsale Harbour), from the English Pilot Southern Navigation, Published by Mount & Page, uncoloured, good, 530 x 440. (1) €200 - 300


539 AN EXTREMELY FINE WILLIAM IV ROSEWOOD RECLINING ARMCHAIR, likely commissioned by Daniel Callaghan MP for Lotabeg in the 1830s, the padded back flanked with two leaf and scroll moulded wings, the reclining back above a padded seat, flanked with leaf scroll elbow rests, raised on front leaf capped lion paw feet. (1) €3000 - 5000



Study 548 A FINE UPRIGHT IRON FRAME PIANO, By Crane & Son Ltd, Liverpool and Dublin , with 46” (117cm) keyboard, 56.5” (143cm) overall. (1) €200 - 300 549 A VICTORIAN TELESCOPIC MAHOGANY PIANO STOOL, the telescopic cast iron action by Brooks of London, with padded seat, on turned legs, 20” (51cms). (1) €100 - 200

545 545 EARLY CHART OF CORK HARBOUR John Lindsay (c.1759), A New and correct Chart of Cork Harbour, “A New and Correct Chart of the Harbour of Corke by the Revd. J. Lindsay, Late of His Majesty’s Ship Fougueux. Sold by W. & I. Mount, T. & T. Page on Tower Hill, London. 1759”, large dedication cartouche with name of Lords Commissioners, inset map of Cork harbour featuring detail of Little Island, Barrys Point,’Black Rock,’ ‘Glanmier,’ and approaches to the city - “A Continuation of Corke Harbour from a smaller Scale”, below the chart is a coastal profile - “A View of the Land from the Old Head of Kinsale to Hawks Rock, the Old Head W b S 7 Miles. Cork Harbour marked”, uncoloured. 512 x 433 mm. (1) €300 - 400

551 551 JOHN SPEED (c.1616) Map of Merionethshire (Wales) from “Theatre of Great Britaine” by John Speed, published by George Humble c.1616. elaborate cartouches with crests, inset engraved representation of Harlech Castle, framed, coloured, good. 16” (41cm)h x 21” (53cm). (1) €280 - 380


546 VERY EARLY TOWN PLANS OF CORK, GALWAY, DUBLIN AND LIMERICK Georg Braun and Franz Hogenberg (1618), Town Plans of Galway, Dublin, Limerick and Cork From their Civitates Orbis Terrarum [1618], Latin text on verso, coloured, very good, 310 x 420mm. (1) €400 - 500 547 A LATE VICTORIAN WALNUT OCCASIONAL CHAIR with bow fronted seat on scroll top on half reeded turned legs. (1) €70 - 120


550 A 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH MANTEL CLOCK, the dial with Arabic numerals fitted in Chinoiserie and black lacquered case on ball feet, 12.5” (32cm). (1) €70 - 120

552 JOHN SPEED(c.1612-1616) Map of Radnorshire (Wales) from “Theatre of Great Britaine” by John Speed, “The Countie of Radnor Described and The Shyretownes ...”; engraved by Jodocus Hondius, published by John Sudbury & George ‘Humbell’ c.1616, cartouches with crests, mileage scale, and inset map of Radnor, framed, coloured, good., 16” (41cm)h x 21” (53cm). (1) €280 - 380 553 JOHN BAPTIST HOMANN (C.1740) A Map of Ireland, Hiberniæ Regnum. From Homann’s “Atlas Novus”, based on Viscscher’s map, original body colour, large ornate title cartouche and lavishly decorated mileage scale, framed, coloured, good, 24” (61cm)h x 21” (53cm). (1) €250 - 400

553 554 KINSELLA & LEBROCQUY Kinsella (Thomas), The Táin, Dublin: Dolmen Press, 1969, limited 1st edition (1750 copies), in original dust jacket (as is) and original slip case, as issued. (1) €500 - 800 555 MACMANUS (SEAMUS), The Story of the Irish Race, 3rd Ed. New York 1922, the Irish publishing company; together with chamber’s English Literature, in 2 vols., uniformly bound, attractive quarter Morocco, London & Edinburgh 1889. (2) €100 - 150 556 GREGORY K.C.M.G. (SIR WILLIAM), An Autobiography, edited by Lady Gregory, London 1894 by John Murrey. (1) Provenance Richard Gregory of Coole House, signed and inscribed on the title page. €100 - 150 557 A UNIQUE BOUND SET OF 17TH CENTURY HAND WRITTEN LECTURE NOTES, by repute from a student at Louvain University, in contemporary full calf, spines detached and very worn, w.a.f. (1) €300 - 500



559 558 AN ATTRACTIVE BURGUNDY GROUND KASHMIR STYLE CARPET, with all over floral field, with birds and animals, inside a floral ivory border, 15ft4 (470cm)l x 8ft9 (267cm). (1) €600 - 800 559 PEKING 1912 - CAPTAIN JOHN C. HART’S COLLECTION OF PHOTOGRAPHS Two albums of photographs taken in Peking during the 1911/1912 Chinese Revolution, depicting extremely graphic and disturbing imagery of the brutality in the streets; and also including genre scenes of day-to-day life of the Royal Army Medical Corps in China during the same era. (2) €800 - 1200

563 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY BUREAU, the slope front inlaid with a central urn and satinwood spandrels, opening to reveal an interior with an arrangement of drawers and pigeon holes and central inlaid cupboard decorated with a soldier, flanked with two secret compartments, on two long and three short drawers, raised on bracket feet, 38.5in (98cm)w x 23in (58.5cm)d. (1) €1500 - 2500 564 A LARGE QUANTITY OF ANTIQUE AND OTHER DOMESTIC GLASS, including some cranberry examples, including bowls, decanters, vases, drinking glasses, etc. (a lot) €40 - 60

565 REMAINING CONTENTS OF PANTRY, mainly part tea services and other porcelain. (a lot) €20 - 30 566 1936 FAI OFFICIAL PROGRAMME: IRISH FREE STATE V NAZI GERMANY International match programme, Ireland V Germany, Dalymount Park, 17th of October 1936, 8vo D. (Curtis & Co.), 32pps, advertisements and illustrations throughout, scarce. (1) €300 - 500

560 A LARGE SCRAP BOOK, late 19th century, early 20th century, containing a collection of various miscellaneous scraps, from journals and newspapers; postcards and various cut outs, collages, majority regarding Ireland with a focus on Cork, including coloured prints of various Irish heros, as is. (1) €250-350 561 A 19TH CENTURY LONG ARM BAMBOO LIBRARY BOOK GRAB, with brass grips and iron handle, 71” (180cm). (1) €250 - 300 562 A SHORT 19TH CENTURY BRASS MOUNTED BAMBOO LIBRARY BOOK GRAB, with brass claw and iron handle, 49” (125cm). (1) €180 - 250





569, 567, 568 567 A MEISSEN PORCELAIN EWER, c.1880, emblematic of The Element Earth, profusely encrusted with classical figures, flowers etc., of baluster form, with high-relief mid-section and spreading foot, with scroll handle modelled as corn entwined with ribbon, surmounted by putto with basket of fruit, the neck moulded with acanthus the lower section moulded in relief with Diana and a satyr, the reverse with a mountainous lakeside, the foot applied with a further digging putto, 26” (66.5cm)h x 17.5” (45cm)w approx. (1) €8000 - 12000

568 A MEISSEN PORCELAIN EWER, c.1880, emblematic of The Element Fire, profusely encrusted with classical figures, flowers etc., of baluster form, with high-relief mid-section and spreading foot, with a dragon handle surmounted by a putto, the body moulded with forest animals fleeing a fire, the reverse with a volcano, flanked by Vulcan with bellows and Perseus; 26” (66.5cm)h x 17.5” (45cm)w approx. (1) €8000 - 12000

569 A MEISSEN PORCELAIN EWER, c.1880, emblematic of The Element Water, profusely encrusted with classical figures, flowers etc., of baluster form, with high-relief mid-section and spreading foot, with a ribbontied reed handle surmounted by a winged putto, the spout shell-moulded above painted insects, the body moulded with a fleet of war ships at sea between an applied figure of a Nereid and Neptune at the shoulder in a shell chariot drawn by hippocampi, the foot moulded with bulrushes and applied with stylised dolphins, 26” (66.5cm) h x 17.5” (45cm)w approx. (1) €8000 - 12000


534 570 AN ORIGINAL EYE WITNESS TYPED ACCOUNT OF THE BATTLE OF DOUGLAS, CORK 1922, reputedly written by Dr. James Lynch, describing the events from an educated and anecdotal perspective, with Cork watermarks, 20 pages approx. €300 - 500

576 A UNIQUE COLLECTION OF EARLY 20TH CENTURY MICROSCOPE SLIDES, bearing a wide variety of blood samples for a variety of illness, the majority of slides with caption indicating the particular illness and/ or patient’s names, all contained in a wooden presentation box. (1) €250 - 350

571 19TH CENTURY INDIAN SCHOOL, Portrait of a Mogul Warrior, depicting him wearing a helmet, with a bow on his back, a quiver of arrows on his waist, O.O.C., signed lower left, 37” (94.5cm)h x 24.5” (62cm); and another portrait Mogul Dancer, O.O.C., 25.5” (116cm)h x 22.5” (57cm)w. (2) €400-600

577 A LATE 19TH CENTURY BLACK AND WHITE PHOTOGRAPH, depicting a horse drawn coach inscribed GS and WR for the Great Southern and Western Railway, by Guy and Company Cork for the Cork/Kerry Area. (1) €100 - 150

572 A COLLECTION OF ASSORTED BOOKS, including Little Songs of Long Ago, by Alfred Moffat and it’s companion Our Old Nursery Rhymes, illustrated by H. Willebeek Le Mair; Kelleher (D.L.) Great Days with O’Connell, Talbot Press, Dublin and Cork 1929; The Lady Jane Wilhelmina St. Maur, Sacred Songs for British Seamen London 1836; and Cusack (M.F.) The Liberator, Kenmare publications 1872; and King Alberts Book, A Tribute to the Belgian King and People from Representative Men and Women Throughout the World, 1914. (6) €200 - 300 573 A COLLECTION OF APPROXIMATELY 23 GAA PROGRAMMES, mostly of Cork interest, including the 1966 Kilkenny V Cork Hurling Final Programme; together with other All Ireland and Munster programmes. (23) €50 - 100 574 AN EARLY SAOIRSE EIREANN ARM BAND, for Customs & Excise, together with another for The Vetinary Service, both in blue cloth. (2) €300 - 500 575 A RARE 1922 GARDA SUIOCHANA NIGHT HELMET, in blue cloth with metal badge, inscribed Garda Suiochana na hEireann. (1) €300 - 500


578 578 CAUVERY METTUR DAM, MADRAS, an archive of photographs and newspaper clippings assembled by Mr. Vincent Hart Esq. engineer-in-chief for the building of Cauvery Mettur Dam in Madras 1932, including eighty six photographs presented in a bound album, each with caption; together with various negatives, additional photographs and news paper clippings. (1) €200 - 300 579 A VERY ATTRACTIVE EDWARDIAN LIBRARY ARMCHAIR, with tapestry covered back, seat and arm rests, with gallery railed sides on turned legs. (1) €600 - 900 580 VINTAGE WINE, Batard Montrachet Grand Cru 1995, Jean N Gagnard owc, 1 Imperial €1000 - 1200

576 582 VINTAGE WINE, Chateau Haut Brion 1986, 1er Cru Classe Pessac, 4 bottles €1000 - 1200 583 VINTAGE WINE, Lucky Dip Bordeaux, including Ch Ausone 1933 1 bottles; Ch Beychevelle 1969 3 bottles Belair St Emilion 1929 1 bottle; Grand Pontet 1966 2 bottles; Clos Fourtet 1982 1 bottle Ch Lagrange 1982 2 bottles; Ch Leoville Barton 1962 2 bottles; 12 bottles altogether. €300 - 500 584 VINTAGE WINE, Chateau Malescot St-Exupery 1982, 3eme Cru Classe Margaux, 2 bottles €100 - 150 588 VINTAGE WINE, Chateau Beycheville 1988, 4eme Cru Classe St Julien, 4 bottles €160 - 180 589 VINTAGE WINE, Pensees de LaFleur Pomerol 1999, 6 bottles in owc €450 - 550 590 VINTAGE WINE, Chateau Haut Brion 1986, 1er Cru Classe Pessac, 3 bottles €750 - 1000 592 CHAMPAGNE, Dom Perignon 2000, 1 bottle in coffret €100 - 120


Drawing Room 593 VINTAGE WINE, Chateau Vignelaure N.V, 6 bottles €50 - 60

602 AN UNUSUAL FRENCH ORMOLU MOUNTED CLOCK WITH ANEROID BAROMETER, early 20th century, the arched top with an ormolu floral crest above a circular dial, with raised enamel Roman numerals, above a glazed door showing a steel lyre pendulum, the pilasters in the form of caryatids and leaf scrolls, 34.5” (88cm)h x 14” (36cm). (1) €550 - 650

594 VINTAGE WINE, Chateau Smith-Haut-Lafitte 1998, 12 bottles in original wooden case. €600 - 900 595 A COLLECTION OF VARIOUS HELMETS AND HATS, Comprising seven male and female tropical helmets; two military peaked caps and an old bowler hat. (10) €80 - 100

603 See page 78 604 A GILT BRASS GROUP, late 19th century French, modelled with an artist holding a palette and resting one knee on a chair, and sword in scabbard, above an oval porcelain panel, 8” (20cm). (1) €250 - 350

601 A CIRCULAR BARTOLOZZI ENGRAVING, after Angelica Kauffman, depicting a Classical scene, 13in (33cm); together with another similar engraving after Angelica Kaufman, depicting The Three Graces; another portrait engraving The Fruit Girl’; and one other, depicting a portrait of a lady. (4) €100 - 200

605 A PAIR OF CHINESE TURQUOISE GROUND CLOISONNÉ MINIATURE VASES, each on circular wooden stand, 4.75in (12cm) high; together with four enamel Chinese cloisonné enamel salts, each on three legs; a Chinese enamel tray, 9in (23cm); four Chinese enamel cups or salts; and two other similar. (13) €70 - 120

606 A JAPANESE TWO COMPARTMENT RED LACQUERED INRO WITH COVER, probably Meiji period, decorated with seascapes, 2.5in (6.5cm); together with a signed netsuke in the form on a Buddha; and one other inro, decorated with an owl on a tree branch. (3) €150 - 250 607 A PAIR OF JAPANESE SATSUMA VASES, Meiji period, each in the form of a bottle, decorated with colour flowers, Geishas, and birds, amongst foliage, character mark on base, each on circular ebonised stand, 6” (15cms). (1) €100 - 250 608 A CARVED IVORY PUZZLE BALL, c.1900, with dragons in relief, 2in (5cm); a pierced bone or ivory bead, a pierced ivory paper knife; another set of beads, the links in the form of Buddha; together with five miniature carved ivory Japanese musical figures; two dice sets; and a pierced and carved ivory mesh pendant panel with two female figures. (13) €100 - 150 609 A UNIQUE COLLECTION OF CHINESE SANDALWOOD FIGURES AND GROUPS, modelled with figures in genre scenes, including a figure being carried in a sedan chair, a figure in a rickshaw, figures carrying implements on yokes, figures weaving, a couple sleeping, a courthouse scene, etc.; together with three carved wooden figures modelled as chimpanzees - See no Evil, Hear no Evil, Speak no Evil. (21) €200 - 300 610 A GILT METAL MOUNTED VITRINE, c.1900, the domed top with a three quarter brass gallery decorated with floral sprays and ribbon ties, above a shaped glazed door flanked to either side with two glazed side panels raised on cabriole legs, 62.5” (159cms), 26.5in (67cm) wide. (1) €600 - 900 611 AN USUAL SET OF THREE MAHOGANY AND SATINWOOD SIDE CHAIRS, 19th century, probably Cork, each with an oblong trellis inlaid top rail and ball moulded cross rail on conforming ring turned tapering front legs. (3) €250 - 350 612 See page 79


613 A GOOD PAIR OF GILT AND GESSO GIRANDOLES, 19th Century, each crested with cherubs and flying horses, the bead and leaf moulded frame with two double candle arms above a relief moulded panel depicting a classical scene with leaf swags, 60” x 36” (153 x 92cms). (2) €3000 - 4000 77

603 ATTRIBUTED TO THOMAS SAUTELL ROBERTS, (1764-1826), Classical Landscape, depicting a Capriccio of ruins, figures on a path, another figure angling and two goats fighting by a waterfall, O.O.C., 12.5” (32cm)h x 17.5” (45cm). (1) €2500 - 3500



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612 CIRCLE OF JAMES ARTHUR O’CONNOR (1792-1841) Figures Chatting on a Riverside Country Path, O.O.B., 6.5” (17cm)h x 9” (22cm); and its companion, a similar subject, a pair. (2) €1200 - 1800


614 A VERY UNUSUAL SET OF ELEVEN IRISH 19TH CENTURY WALNUT CRESTED SIDE CHAIRS, each cartouche shaped carved back with the crest of the Barry Family, Buttevant, Co. Cork (Buttevant Castle), and their motto Butez en Avant (Strike Forward), inscribed on a ribbon and flanked with two cherubs, one asleep and the other watching, on front carved baluster legs. (11) Note: The Barry name was principally associated with Cork. The Barry’s originally settled around Buttevant, named after the family motto Butez en Avant (or Strike Forward). €8000 - 12000



Drawing Room 615 EARLY 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, Interior Scene, depicting figures chatting around a table, O.O.B.; together with its companion, Figures in a Pig Stye Chatting, both inscribed verso, From Ms. Pyrke of Little Dean Hall to R. Beamish 1849, 3.5” (9cm)h x 5.5” (14cm). (2) €100 - 200 616 AN UNUSUAL PAINTED PINE CRUCIFORM RELICARY, the glazed front inset with semi precious stones, within gilt bullion scrolls, 10” (25cm)hx 5” (13cm). (1) €200 - 250 617 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, The Thin Red Line, battle scene with the Royal Highland Regiment, W.C., 11” (28cm)h x 21” (53cm). (1) €600 - 800 618 A SITZENDORF PORCELAIN OIL LAMP, converted for electricity, the flower encrusted body supported by four cherubs, on a conforming circular base; together with a Kanagali Maiollica bud vase, of triple gourd form, each 13” (33cm). (2) €150 - 250

619 AN UNUSUAL SET OF FIVE ORNATE GILT METAL TWO-BRANCH WALL LIGHTS, each with ribbon bow cresting supporting a two handle basket, issuing two flower head lights with leaf branches and a floral spray below, 19in (49cm) high, 13in (33cm) wide. (5) €600 - 900 620 A PAIR OF FLORAL DECORATED TWO HANDLED AUSTRIAN VASES, (one as is), 9.5” (24cm); two Cantonese porcelain Bowls, (both as is); a Parianware Group ‘Boy feeding Hen; a Sitzendorf comport base with three cherubs; a pair of French hexagonal reticulated porcelain vases, decorated with flowers and birds, 8.5” (22cm), one as is; a cobalt blue urn and cover depicting landscape scenes; and a Hungarian fan shaped vase with swan and cherub, as is, 15.5” (40cm). (10) €80 - 120




621 AN IRISH EXHIBITION YEW WOOD CARVED FOLDOVER TEA-TABLE, attributed to Arthur Jones & Co Dublin, mid 19th century, the serpentine shaped moulded top above a frieze carved with a central harp with shamrock sprays issuing c-scrolls and leaf sprays, on a very ornate baluster stem, with conforming motifs in relief, the quadruple pod profusely adorned with shamrock, thistle, and rose, on scroll legs, 29” (75cm) x 38” (97cm). (1) Note: Arthur Jones & Co. of 135 St Stephens Green Dublin exhibited a celebrated suite of Irish Historicism Furniture at the 1851 Great Exhibition. €12000 - 18000



Drawing Room 622 A PART COPELAND SPODE IMARI PATTERN TEA SERVICE, ten pieces; together with another similar Foley China ditto and a large quantity of Imari tea and coffee ware. (a lot) €150 - 200 623 SIX SMALL CONTINENTAL PORCELAIN FIGURES, a small porcelain cake basket, decorated with flowers, with rustic handles, probably Ridgeways, together with other miscellaneous ceramics. (a lot) €70 - 120 624 A 19TH CENTURY CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE COFFEE POT AND COVER, with rustic handle, 7” (18cm); a Chinese hexagonal porcelain sauce tureen and cover, 7” (18cm); a Chinese blue and white dish; and a pair of blue and white ginger jars, one with a cover. (5) €150 - 200 625 A FINE SIXTEEN PIECE PART SALMON GROUND LIMOGES DESSERT SERVICE, decorated with colourful flowers and gilt sprays, comprising ten plates; three oval serving dishes; and two serving bowls. (16) €100 - 200 626 A WILLIAM IV PERIOD ROSEWOOD AND MOTHER O’PEARL INLAID TEA CADDY, of sarcophagus form, the hinged top with two lidded compartments and applied with two turned knop handles, on four bun feet, 11.5” (29cm). (1) €100 - 120

629 A FRENCH BRONZE AND GILT BRONZE SEDAN CHAIR ANEROID BAROMETER, with circular enamel dial, with Arabic numerals, the case applied with musical trophies and floral garlands and a wreathe cast ring suspender, 7” (28cm). (1) €250 - 300

630 630 A CHINESE PORCELAIN GROUP, modelled with an Immortal holding an infant, 11.25” (29cm); together with another Chinese group, modelled with a young girl stroking a temple lion, 9” (23cm), and another Chinese figure of a monk, holding a sceptre, 9.5” (24cm). (3) €300 - 500 631 AN EDWARDIAN WALNUT MUSIC CHEST, with rectangular moulded top, with an arrangement of seven drawers and book compartment on bracket feet, 25” (64cms); together with a quantity of assorted sheet music. (2) €150 - 250

627 A VERY ATTRACTIVE PAIR OF COALPORT CABINET PORTRAIT PLATES, one turquoise ground, decorated with a portrait of a lady seated, within a border of gilt sprays; the other portrait of a lady with a young boy standing in a landscape, within a green border; and one other similar, with lady and son, (as is), all signed J. Keeling. (3) €250 - 350 628 A 19TH CENTURY EBONISED AND BRASS MOUNTED BOULLE SIDE CABINET, of breakfront outline, the shaped top with brass edge above a central door with oval panel flanked with two bowed glass doors to either side and a conforming plinth, 73” (186cms) (as is). €500 - 800

633 A PAIR OF LATE 19TH CENTURY CANTONESE PORCELAIN PLATES, with alternating panels depicting flowers, butterflies, and birds, and genre scenes, the border with dragons, bats and other creatures, 12in (30cms). (2) €80 - 150


634 A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY GERMAN PORCELAIN FIGURES, one modelled as an elegant lady holding a garland of flowers; together with her companion, a gentleman in colourful attire holding a bowl of flowers and offering a rose, 17” (43cm)h. (2) €1000 - 1200 635 A FRENCH PORCELAIN BUST OF A LADY, probably Marie Antoinette, on a blue fluted and half reeded plinth, 9.5” (24cm). (1) €250 - 300 636 AN EDWARDIAN INLAID MAHOGANY ARMCHAIR, with pierced splat above a serpentine fronted seat on square tapering flared legs; together with a small Edwardian inlaid mahogany occasional chair. (2) €80 - 150

632 632 AN ART NOUVEAU LADIES INLAID MAHOGANY WRITING TABLE OR BONHEUR DU JOUR, inlaid and cross banded in satinwood, the super structure with an arched compartment under pierced gallery above a drawer, flanked with ornate spandrels the shaped top with rounded corners on square tapering inlaid legs, 45” (90cms). (1) €450 - 650

637 A PAIR OF CHINESE CLOISONNÉ VASES, each decorated with dragons under a flared neck, 9.25” (23cm); a pair of similar ditto, one as is, 8.25 “(22cm), and two Chinese cloisonné enamel dragon bowls. (6) €180 - 250 638 A THIRTY-SEVEN PIECE ENGLISH PORCELAIN TEA, probably Spode, each piece decorated with colourful lilies, other flowers, and foliage, against a white background. (37) €150 - 250


639 A VERY ATTRACTIVE FLORAL DECORATED MINTONS PORCELAIN TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE, by Daniell, with turquoise gilt band, semi-jeweled, approx 32 pieces. (32) €180 - 250

642 A LONG MALAYER RUNNER, with rows of gulls, the boteh design on a dark blue ground, inside a three band border, 19ft (582cm)l x 41.75” (106cm). (1) €800 - 900

644 A PAIR OF HEAVY CHINESE BRONZE MODELS OF TEMPLE LIONS, each recumbent, seated on a rectangular moulded base, 4.25in (11cm); together with a rectangular Chinese trinket box, the top with shibyama decoration in relief, depicting cock fighting scene, 5” (13cm). (3) €150 - 250 645 A BRASS INKSTAND, modelled as a grotesque mask, as is. (1) €20 - 40


640 640 AFTER LOUIS DAVID Napoleon, a 19th century miniature portrait on porcelain, depicting Napoleon in full military attire, bears inscription verso, Painted on Porcelain by A. O’Shea Limerick After the Original by Louis David, 7in x 6in (18cm x 15cm). (1) €600 - 900

643 A FINE WILLIAM IV PERIOD ROSEWOOD SOFA TABLE, with two rectangular flaps flanking a frieze drawer, raised on double scroll supports, raised on four lion paw feet, united by two turned stretchers, 38” (71cm)h x 22” (56cm)w. (1) €1400 - 1600

646 A LARGE VICTORIAN WALNUT CASED CHIMING BRACKET CLOCK, the works by R.M.S., the brass mounted domed top with eagle surmounted above an arched brass dial, with silverised chapter ring and Roman and Arabic numerals, with a fast/slow subsidiary dial and another chimed silent dial, inside an arched and bevelled glazed door, flanked to either side with canted corners and applied with brass caryatids, two pierced arched panel doors to either side, on a rectangular moulded base, on leaf cast claw feet, 27” (69cm)h x 16” (41cm). (1) €2500 - 3500

641 641 A 19TH CENTURY MINIATURE PORTRAIT RELIEF, depicting a lady, head and shoulders, reputed to be Hannah Primrose Countess of Rosebery, signed Boehm, 4.5” (11cm)h x 3.25” (8cm). (1) €300 - 500 84



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648 A FINE PAIR OF GILT CORNER WALL BRACKETS, 19th century, each crested with a ribbon bow above four graduating bow fronted shelves each backed with mirror panels, in ribbon, leaf, and scroll moulded frames, 60” x 24” (153 x 60cms). (2) €1500 - 2500

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649 649 JOHN FREDERICK HERRING JNR. (1815-1907), Horses, Goats and Cattle on a Country Lane, O.O.C., signed lower left, 19” (49cm)h x 29” (74cm)w. (1) €2000 - 3000

650 JOHN FAULKNER R.H.A. (1835-1894), On the Glaslyn, N. Wales, O.O.C., signed lower left and dated 1865, 28.5in (72cm)h x 50.5in (128cm). (1) €2000 - 3000

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651 AN ATTRACTIVE FAMILLE ROSE STYLE CHINESE PORCELAIN BALUSTER SHAPED TABLE LAMP, with ornate brass mounts, 33” (85cm). (1) €200 - 300 652 A FINE NEST OF FOUR RECTANGULAR BRASS MOUNTED AND BRASS INLAID OCCASIONAL TABLES, each of graduating form, and raised on turned supports, on down turned legs, the largest 20.5” (52cm)w. (1) €400 - 600 653 A SET OF THREE ATTRACTIVE BRASS FIRE IRONS, Edwardian, each with reeded stems and turned handles, comprising, tongs, a poker and a shovel; together with two brass trivets; a pair of fire dogs; a brass mesh spark guard, and a brass coal helmet with swing handle. (9) €200 - 300 654 A SUPERB PAIR OF COBALT BLUE ENAMEL AND ORMOLU MOUNTED MANTLE URNS AND COVERS, late 19th century, each with two stylised satyr handles, under a domed cover with flower head finial, on a pierced rim and applied with jewelled bands and floral enamel panels, on a stemmed base with a square plinth with concave corners, on circular gilt wood stand under glass dome, on gilt base, 12” (31cms). (2) €1200 - 1800

655 655 A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY PORCELAIN SPILL VASES, one modelled as a young boy in colourful attire, holding a bunch of grapes, the other a young lady encrusted with flowers holding a basket of grapes and a bunch of grapes, 11” (28cm). (2) €500 - 550 656 AFTER GUIDO RENI, an oval 19th century porcelain plaque, La Madonna de la Siete, in ornate carved softwood frame with flowers, 12in (31cm) high, 10in (25cm) wide including frame; together with another similar, after Carlo Dolci, The Penitent Magdalene, in conforming frame, as is. (2) €400 - 600

657 657 A 19TH CENTURY FRENCH GILT MANTEL CLOCK, with silk suspension movement, the circular dial with silverised chapter ring and Roman numerals, the drum flanked to one side with Napoleon standing by his flag and cannon gun by his feet, on rectangular plinth applied with military trophies, under a glass dome. (1) 15in (38cms). €600 - 900 87

665 A FIVE GLASS FRENCH BRASS REPEATER CARRIAGE CLOCK, the enamel dial with Roman and Arabic numerals by Thomas Smith & Sons, 5.25” (13cm). (1) €250 - 300


658 658 A REGENCY GILT GIRANDOLE, the ball and rope moulded frame crested with a stylised sea horse on carved flower and rock work, above a convex mirror plate, flanked with two double leaf moulded candle arms to each side and an apron carved with two interlaced serpents, 48in (122cm) high, 40in (102cm) wide. (1) €1200 - 1800

662 AN ATTRACTIVE DARK BLUE GROUND SERVE STYLE PORCELAIN CABINET CUP AND SAUCER, the cup decorated with a portrait of a lady with floral tiara, within a jeweled gilt frame, applied with gilt scroll handle, on a fitted and floral decorated jeweled stand. (2) €400 - 450 663 A LATE 19TH CENTURY BRONZED DESK ORNAMENT, in the form of a saddle horse, on rectangular base with paw feet, 5” (13cm). (1) €300 - 350

659 A SET OF FOUR 19TH CENTURY GILT BALLROOM CHAIRS, each with turned rail back and cane seat, raised on front turned outswept legs. (4) €250 - 350 660 A FINE LARGE EARLY VICTORIAN CALAMANDER WOOD FOLD OUT WRITING DESK, brass bound and brass inlaid and with a monogrammed cartouche, the fold out top with a tooled leather writing surface, two ink wells, other slotted compartments, and pen tray, enclosing another vacant compartment and concealed drawer to side, 18” (46cm). (1) €300 - 350 661 A LARGE SITZENDORF PORCELAIN TABELE CENTRE, c. 1900, profusely encrusted with colourful flowers and fruit, on cartouche shaped floral decorated panels and alternating pierced trellis panels, the centre painted with colourful flowers, supported by four cherubs, 7” (18cm)h x 14 ½” (37cms). (1) €350 - 550

666 TAXIDERMY: A STUFFED AND MOUNTED RAMS HEAD, with two curling horns, mounted on a shield shaped wooden panel, approx. 20” (51cm)h x 20” (51cm). (1) €650 - 750 667 A ROYAL DUX PORCELAIN GROUP, modelled with two donkeys by a tethering pole, 7.5” (19cm). (1) €250 - 300

664 664 AN EARLY CARVED LIMESTONE FIGURE, of a recumbent lion facing forward, with mouth slightly open and curled tail, 34” (86cm)l x 21” (53cm)h. (1) Provenance: Longford House, Co. Sligo €4000 - 6000

668 A PAIR OF BERLIN PORCELAIN DOUBLE SWEET MEAT STANDS, or salts, each with two basket moulded bowls, decorated with birds and insects and surmounted with a cherub, on three rococo scroll legs, also decorated, 5” (13cm). (1) €250 - 300


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669 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY SOFA TABLE, the moulded top with two rectangular flaps on supports united by turned stretcher, 51” (130cms). (1) €600 - 900


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673 673 THE REVEREND JOHN LEWIS PETIT (18011868) a set of five watercolours, depicting churches and church ruins, including Kilgobbin Adare, November 26th 1862; Mungret 1862; Kilmallock 1862; and two other churches in Adare, all inscribed verso, 10.5” (27cm)h x 14.5” (37cm). (5) €700 - 1100

670 670 WYCLIFFE EGGINGTON, R.I. R.W.S. (18751951), Lambing Pen Hungerford, W.C., signed lower right, inscribed lower left, 26.5in (67cm)h x 39in (99cm)w. (1) €800 - 1500

672 THOMAS ROSE MILES (ACT. 1869-1888, N.B.A), Morning, depicting a three mast sailing ship and a steam ship beyond, O.O.C., signed lower left also signed and inscribed verso, 24in (61cm)h x 42in (106cm). (1) €2000 - 3000

674 A RECTANGULAR ZSOLNAY AUSTROHUNGARIAN DISH, with the five steeple mark, decorated with military and peasants by cottages, inside a turquoise floral border, 18in (46cm); together with a Zsolnay AustroHungarian baluster shaped vase, profusely decorated with flowers 14in (35cm). (2) €300 - 500



679 A DRESDEN PORCELAIN CANDELABRUM, 19th century, modelled with two classical figures, 17” (44cms); together with a similar ditto, with woman holding basket on flower encrusted base, both as is. (2) €70 - 120 680 DE FOUILLE, a 19th century cast bronze figure of reclining Cleopatra, underside inscribed De Fouille, and foundry number 2969, 10” (26cm)h x 17.5” (34cm)w. (1) €2000 - 2500


681 WILLIAM MEADOWS, (ACT. 1870-1895), The Doge’s Palace, Venice, with numerous gondolas and figures, O.O.C., signed lower right, 19in (48cm)h x 31.5in (80cm), in moulded gilt gesso frame. (1) €1000 - 1500

675 A PAIR OF GILT BRASS AND BRONZE LEAF CAST CANDLESTICKS, each on tri-form base, 8” (20cm). (2) €250 - 300 676 A WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY FOLD OVER TEA TABLE, the moulded top with rounded corners, above a double scroll apron, on a leaf moulded stem, on a quadruple pod, with lappet headed splayed legs and brass castors, 36.5 (93cm)w. (1) €700 - 1100 677 A LATE 19TH CENTURY BIDJAR RUNNER, with a row of medallions, on an iron red and navy blue floral field, inside a triple band border, 17ft10 (543cm)l x 37” (94cm)w. (1) €1100 - 1500

682 AN 18 PIECE JAPANESE SATSUMA TEA SERVICE, early 20th Century. (18) €80 - 120 683 AN ATTRACTIVE SEVENTEEN PIECE CONTINENTAL PORCELAIN TEA SERVICE, profusely decorated with flowers and gilt on a white background. (17) €80 - 120 684 A COLLECTION OF ASSORTED BRASS AND PORCELAIN ORNAMENTS. (a lot) €40 - 50

678 A FRENCH FOUR FOLD ROCOCO STYLE GILT SCREEN, late 19th century, of asymmetrical form with glazed upper panels and silk covered lower panels, 73in (186cm) extended. (1) €400 - 600


685 A 19th CENTURY BOULLE CABINET, the ebonised top above an ornate frieze with cut brass and tortoiseshell above two glazed doors and flanked with ornate pilasters, each headed with a cherub with garland of flowers, on a conforming plinth base, 44” (112cms). (1) €800 - 1500


686 A WILLIAM IV MAHOGANY WINDOW STOOL, the padded top with two bolster ends raised on turned and tapering reeded legs, 48” (122cms). (1) €450 - 650 687 AN EDWARDIAN INLAID MAHOGANY AND SATINWOOD BANDED MARQUETRY DISPLAY CABINET, with swan neck pediment and two Gothic glazed doors, two shelves, flanked by open shelves to either side, raised on splayed legs, united by a serpentine fronted stretcher shelf, 74in (188cm) high, 49in (124cms) wide. (1) €800 - 1200


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Drawing Room 688 A GILT METAL MOUNTED PORCELAIN TANKARD, probably Cape Di Monte, the hinged cover with a shell thumb piece, surmounted with a porcelain lion, the body in relief, with battle and hunting scenes, depicting lion attacking a man on horse back, other military with swords and spears and a Turk on horse back with shield and spear, applied with a figural handle, 9” (23). (1) €300 - 350 689 A COLLECTION OF ASSORTED PORCELAIN FIGURES AND GROUPS, including a Staffordshire model of a coursing hound and hare, 9.5in (24cm), as is; two Staffordshire figures of recumbent greyhounds, 7in (18cm), each on blue base; a Royal Doulton figure of a greyhound; a porcelain model of a rabbit, as is; and one other fine quality painted Parian figure modelled as a seated whippet on cushion base. (6) €150 - 250 690 A PORTIEUX FROSTED GLASS RABBIT TUREEN AND COVER, naturalistically modelled, 7in (18cm). (1) €80 - 120 691 A 19th CENTURY SITZENDORF PORCELAIN FLOWER ENCRUSTED BOWL, applied with two cherubs, 7in (18cms); a Sitzendorf porcelain comport stand modelled with three cherubs on a Rococo style domed base, 7.5in (19cm); together with a German porcelain double shell bowl sweet meat stand, with swan finial, 6in (15cm) high, as is; and a Sitzendorf porcelain oil lamp, modelled with three cherubs supporting a basket moulded reservoir, lacking wick mechanism, as is. (4) €200 - 300

694 A FRENCH WHITE PORCELAIN GILT DECORATED PUNCH BOWL, late 19th century, depicting a large two-mast sailing ship with British flag, 11in (28cm); together with an unusual three compartment handkerchief Royal Worcester bowl, tied with a ribbon bow and leaf moulded, as is, 9in (23cm); and a Burleigh English porcelain bowl decorated with exotic birds with lobed sides, 10.25in (26cm); a Cottage ware butter dish and cover; and a farming group inscribed The Milking Machine. (5) €80 - 150


692 AN UNUSUAL LATE VICTORIAN MAJOLICA HUNTING JUG, the pewter mounted top with fox-head finial and hunting crop handle, the panels decorated with hunting scenes within turquoise, dark blue, green and brown shades, 11” (19cms). (1) €100 - 200 693 A 1st PERIOD BELLEEK PARIAN WARE SWEET MEAT STAND, (1863-1890), modelled with flying fish supporting a shell on an oval wavy base, 4.5in (11cm) high; together with an oval first period Belleek shell and coral bowl, 7in (18cm). (2) €100 - 150

695 695 WILLIAM PERCY FRENCH (1854-1920), Turf Stacks, West of Ireland, W.C., signed with initials P.F., lower left, 7” (18cm)h x 10” (26cm). (1) €4400 - 4800 696 JAMES HUMBERT CRAIG RHA RUA (18771944), The Antrim Hills, O.O.B., signed lower left, indistinctly inscribed lower left, 11.5” (29cm)h x 16.5” (42cm). (1) €1500 - 2500



703 AN EDWARDIAN HEART SHAPED TWO TIER OCCASIONAL TABLE, with crossbanded top and stretcher shelf raised on shaped supports and pad feet, bearing the trade label Nat Ross, Furniture Depositories Cork, #276.. 24” (60cms). (1) €150 - 220 704 A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY SEMIWINGBACK OCCASIONAL ARMCHAIRS, each arm terminal in the form of a leaf scroll above a bow fronted seat, raised on front turned legs. (2) €300 - 500

697 697 NEFF (19TH OR EARLY 20TH CENTURY) Canal Side Town, oil on canvas, signed, 13” (33cms) x 19” (48cms). (1) €400 - 600 698 A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN INLAD MAHOGANY OCCASIONAL ARMCHAIRS, with curved back and bow fronted seat on fronted turned and tapering reeded legs. (2) €300 - 500 699 A VICTORIAN WALNUT STOOL, with rectangular padded top, and raised on four scroll moulded cabriole legs, 19.5” (50cm). (1) €150 - 250

702 702 A VERY FINE LATE 19TH CENTURY GILT AND CAST BRASS TABLE LAMP, modelled with The Three Graces, on a cylindrical leaf cast plinth, with classical scenes in relief, applied with three lion headed pilasters, terminating in claw feet, on a circular tri-form base, approx 26” (67cm). (1) €500 - 700

705 A LATE 19TH CENTURY INDIAN CARVED HARD WOOD OCCASIONAL TABLE, with lift out tray top carved with interlaced foliage, 33.5” (85cms). (1) €250 - 400 706 ERSKINE NICOL, R.S.A. A.R.A. (1825-1904), Cottage Interior, with three figures and an infant in a cradle, O.O.C., signed lower right, 29in (74cm)h x 24in (61cm). (1) €3000 - 4000

700 AN EDWARDIAN INLAID MAHOGANY TEA TABLE, with fold out shelves and stretcher shelf below on square tapering legs, 22in (66cms). (1) €150 - 250 701 WILLIAM MEADOWS, (ACT. 1870-1895), A View of the Doge’s Palace and St. Marks Square, Venice, depicting figures in gondolas, O.O.C., signed lower left, 19.25in (49cm)h x 28.25in (72cm). (1) €800 - 1200





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707 A VERY ATTRACTIVE VICTORIAN ARMCHAIR, probably Irish, the back leg struck with the digits 20472, the balloon shaped moulded back with a padded panel and crested with a cartouche, flanked to either side with scrolling arm rests, above a serpentine moulded padded seat, raised on front moulded cabriole legs and covered in attractive salmon fabric; together with a matching ladies nursing chair. (2) €500 - 700 708 A RECTANGULAR VICTORIAN WALNUT STOOL, with padded seat, raised on four moulded cabriole legs with scroll feet, 33in (84cm). (1) €450 - 550 709 AN ATTRACTIVE PAIR OF UNUSUAL WILLIAM IV SQUARE MAHOGANY FOOTSTOOLS, each with a square padded top, covered in gold brocade, on a moulded base, and raised on circular bun feet, 18” (46cm). (2) €200 - 300 710 A LATE VICTORIAN EASY ARMCHAIR, covered in loose floral fabric; together with another ditto. (2) €200 - 300

711 A FINE PERSIAN CARPET, the iron red ground with all over stylized floral pattern, inside an ivory border with turquoise bands, 129” (328cm)l x 83” (211cm)w. (1) €400 - 600

714 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN THREE SEATER CHESTERFIELD SETTEES, covered in loose striped fabric on fronted bulbous turned legs, 90in (229cm). (2) €1200 - 1800

712 A VERY UNUSUAL 19TH CENTURY FRENCH BOULLE LADIES VANITY / WORK TABLE, the serpentine shaped red tortoise shell and brass inlaid hinged top opening to reveal a host of silver implements, comprising vinaigrette, thimbles, scissors, silver spools, pin cushions, folding knife, needle holders, bodkins, pencils, cutglass perfume bottle, inside assorted lidded compartments lined in red velvet, all above a concealed wool box behind the front apron, raised on cabriole legs, 29” (74cm) x 24” (61cm). (1) €4000 - 6000

715 A VERY ATTRACTIVE OVAL AND MARQUETRY TRAY TOP OCCASIONAL TABLE, with two brass handles and a wavy edge, the centre with an inlaid satinwood patrae, above a wavy apron, raised on square tapering fluted legs, 28” (71cms). (1) €400 - 600

713 A MODERN RECTANGULAR CHINOISERIE LACQUERED AND PARCEL GILT OCCASIONAL TABLE, the rectangular top above an arrangement of six drawers, three to either side, and raised on square supports, united by slatted stretchers, 47.5” (120cm)h x 29.5” (75cm). (1) €200 - 300



722 A COLLECTION OF CURIOS AND OBJETS D’ART, mostly white metal and Indian in origin, comprising; a cream jug chased with scrolling foliage, on stem base 5.5” (14cm); a similar bowl with Indian figures in relief, 4.5” (11cm); two pairs of Indian salts or ink stands; a large oval Indian buckle, with figures in relief; seven Indian insect models; three reptiles; a scorpion spoon; and other miscellaneous ditto. (25) €200 - 300

719 716 AN IVORY GROUND KASHMIR STYLE CARPET with all over tree of life design, depicting birds, animals, scrolling foliage and colourful flowers, inside a dark blue border, 15ft8(480cm) x 12ft (365cm). (1) €500 - 600 717 A DRESDEN PORCELAIN LAMP, modelled as a classical semi-draped woman, on flower encrusted base, supporting a relief moulded reservoir decorated with classical figures, as is, 16in (41cm). (1) €200 - 300

718 A FINE PAIR OF FRENCH TAPESTRY CUSHIONS, late 18th century or early 19th century, each with a basket of colourful flowers, on an ivory ground, inside a scrolling border, the panels. (2) €300 - 500 719 A SUITE OF FOUR REGENCY PARCEL GILT AND PAINTED PELMETS, comprising a concave shaped pair 92in (264cm), and a pair of straight fronted ditto, 87in (221cm), each with rosette mounted frieze. (1) €1000 - 1500 720 A FINE ELEVEN BRANCH CRYSTAL GLASS CHANDELIER, the top with six scrolled canes, each holding a pear shaped drop, above an inverted cutglass bowl, issuing festoons of glass buttons and further pear shaped drops, on a triple gourd central stem, supported in a cutglass bowl, issuing five large arms and six small arms, each with hanging spear shaped drops from a drip tray, and other pear shaped drops and a prism terminal, approx 59” (150cm)h x 33” (84cm) w. (1) €1500 - 2000 721 A GOOD QUALITY TOP HAT, By William Dennehy, 62 Patrick Street and Castle Street Cork; together with another similar hat by Robertson Ledlie Ferguson & Co. Ltd. Cork, with The Munster Arcade armorial, one with matching hat box. (2) €150 - 250



723 AN EDWARDIAN INLAID AND CROSSBANDED MAHOGANY KIDNEY SHAPED CURIO TABLE, the glass hinged top and three glazed frieze panels, raised on slightly splayed legs, 26” (66cm)w. (1) €300 - 400 724 A SET OF THREE BOTTLES OF DOW VINTAGE PORT, with ullage base of neck. (3) €300 - 400 725 A DOUBLE MAGNUM OR JEROBOAM 1970 MOUTON ROTHSCHILD, in original wooden case, ullage into neck, mind. (1) €600 - 1000 726 VINTAGE PORT: A SET OF SIX BOTTLES OF DOW 2007, in original wooden case. (6) €600 - 800


727 A SET OF THREE 19TH CENTURY HEAVY BRIGHT CUT BRASS FIRE IRONS, comprising a tongs with urn finial, a matching poker and a shovel. (3) €250 - 350 728 AN UNUSUAL PIERCED BRASS FENDER, early 20th century, with rope moulded top, above a pierced band with breakfront and concave ends and raised on brass bun feet, 57” (145cms). (1) €300 - 400


Drawing Room 733 A WORLD WAR II JAPANESE TACHI SWORD, the 26” (66cm) blade probably 17th century, with brass fuchi and pierced brass tsuba, ito covered same tsuka in dark lacquered saya. (1) €500-600 734 A HAN DYNASTY CARVED PALE JADE INK POT, in the form of a bixie, 3.25” (8.3cm). (1) €200-300

744 VINTAGE WINE: Chateau Clerc Milon 1993, 5eme Cru Classe Pauillac 1993, 1 bottle €30 - 40 746 VINTAGE WINE: Chateau Giscours 1975, 3eme Cru Classe Margaux, 1 bottle €35 - 40 747 VINTAGE WINE: Pensees de LaFleur Pomerol 1999, 6 bottles owc €450 - 550 748 VINTAGE WINE: Chateau La Conseillante Pomerol 1990; together with Vieux Chateau Certan 2002, 3 of each (6) €750 - 850


749 VINTAGE WINE: Domaine de Perdix 2002, Premier Cru owc, 6 bottles €500 - 600

729 A LARGE SITZENDORF PORCELAIN TABLE CENTRE PIECE, in the Rococo style, the pierced floral decorated and encrusted bowl surmounted with three musical cherubs, raised on a flower and fruit encrusted stem, 14” (36cm) h x 13” (33cm). (1) €350 - 500 730 A JAPANESE TACHI SWORD, the early blade, probably 15th century, 29” (74cm), with pierced iron oval tsuba back, iron fuchi and brass bird menuki, with ito covered same grip, in lacquered saya, 41” (104cm) overall. (1) €1000 - 1500 731 A PAIR OF LATE 19TH CENTURY CARVED GRANITE CORBELS, each in the form of a scroll with stylised shell, on a rectangular panel, 25.5” (65cm)h x 16.5” (42cm). (1) €800 - 1200 732 AFTER GIAMBOLOGNA (C.1529-1608), A bronze study of Mercury, holding the Caduceus, mounted on a lime stone bollard, 48” (123cm). (1) €550 - 600

750 VINTAGE WINE: Clos de l’Arlot Nuits St George 1992, Premier Cru, 12 bottles €750 - 850

735 735 VINTAGE WINE: AN IMPERIAL CHEVAL BLANC 1970, into neck, mint condition. (1) €1200 - 1800 736 VINTAGE PORT: two magnums of 1970 port in neck embossed capsules, name on capsule. (2) €400 - 600 737 VINTAGE PORT: 1948 Fonseca, ullage top should, one bottle €400 - 600 738 VINTAGE WINE, Pomerol, Chateau Petrus 1964, 1 Bottle €1500 - 2000 739 VINTAGE WINE: Chateau Petrus, 1966, 1 bottles €700 - 900 741 VINTAGE WINE: Chateau Mouton Rothschild 1983, 1er Cru Classe Pauillac, 1 bottle €250 - 350


743 VINTAGE WINE: Chateau Malescot St-Exupery 1982, 3eme Cru Classe Margaux, 6 bottles €300 - 400

751 VINTAGE WINE: Mixed Case Burgundy, 2 Clos de Vougeot (Faiveley) 1992, 2 Volnay Premier Cru Clos des Ducs 1998, 2 Nuits St George Premier Cru Les Pruliers. (6 in all) €400 - 450 752 CHAMPAGNE: Dom Perignon 1999, 2 bottles, one in coffret €120 - 140 753 CHAMPAGNE: Dom Perignon 1998, 2 bottles €120 - 140 754 A SEMI ANTIQUE AFGHAN RUG, with three navy medallions, on an ivory ground, inside a fawn border, 81” (206cm)l x 62 (158cm)w.(1) €150 - 200 755 AN AFGHAN RUG, with two burgundy ground cruciform medallions, on a dark blue ground, inside conforming borders, 73” (186cm)l x 49” (125cm)w. (1) €150 - 200 757 MERCEDES 450 SL 1978 89,000 miles. Hard and soft tops Full service history. €12,000-18,000 See illustration on page 96



758 758 A CARVED CHINESE JADE SEAL, of square form, the top inset with a rolling ball, held in by four stylised figures, and joined arm to arm, 3.5” (9cm). (1) €500-550 760 A HEAVY CARVED CHINESE GREEN JADE RUYI, of curved form, with dragon head finial and scroll terminal, united by a carved centre with dragons and phoenix, 13.25” (34cm). (1) €500-600

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762 AN EARLY SHAMSHIR SABRE, the hilt, quillion and guard, with gold koftgari decoration, the blade, 32” (82cm). (1) €300-400 763 A PLAIN CHINESE GREEN JADE BOWL, with Qianlong seal mark, 6” (15cm). (1) €5000/6000


761 A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY CHINESE/ JAPANESE HARD WOOD SADDLE PLATES, each of arched form and inlaid with mother o’ pearl, depicting phoenix 14.5” (37cm). (1) €300 - 350






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

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


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 20% + V.A.T. 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 25% 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 , 1% charge on any international debit card, and 5% 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 €20.00 per lot will be payable and a storage charge of €2.00 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 includwe 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. 6.) FORGERIES: If within 30 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.




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 5pm 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 & Bidding registration for online bidding must be completed by 5pm 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 20%, 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. 12. MECHANICAL & ELECTRICAL ITEMS AND POST - 1950 FURNITURE: Mechanical & electrical 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. Inaddition, 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.


FORTHCOMING AUCTION Please note: Our Summer Sale is scheduled to take place on July 12th, and will include fine furniture, porcelain and works of art from the collection of Professor Anne Crookshank.

Services provided by Mealy’s PRIVATE SALES Buying privately from Mealy’s online gallery is just like purchasing from a shop, the only difference is that we are brokering the sale by private treaty for a client, as oppose to offering by public auction. If you find an item that you would like to purchase, you can add the item to your cart and proceed to the secure checkout. The buyer’s premium is included in the quoted price. Alternatively, you can contact us for more information, additional images, counter-offers, shipping information, etc.Once payment is complete, the item will be available for collection. Storage fees will not activate for seven working days following your purchase. Feel free to contact us for more information on purchasing from the private sales gallery. A VERY RARE LARGE 19TH CENTURY IRISH CUT GRANITE GARDEN FOUNTAIN The wide bowl with a carved tongue and dart edge, on a half reeded body 59in (150cm)d, raised on a four section fluted stem with circular moulded top on circular base with square plinth, approx 6ft (184cm)h. (1) Provenance: Kilcrene Lodge, Kilkenny - formerly the home of the Smithwick family €15,000/25,000, currently available from Mealy’s Gallery, see illustration VALUATIONS Mr. George Mealy MRICS MSCSI is licensed, insured and qualified to conduct valuations of fine art, antiques, and other chattels, in line with international best practice. Professional valuations for insurance, probate, family division, liquidation, taxation, and art financing, are available. Valuations conducted by Mealy’s are fully recognised by state, insurance and banking institutions. CASTLECOMER, CO. KILKENNY, IRELAND Tel: +353 (0)56 4400942

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 or Craftsman. Attributed to In our opinion probably a work by the Artist or Craftsman but less certainly 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 Craftsman. The surname of the Artist or Craftsman, preceded by ‘After’ In our opinion, a copy of the work of the Artist or Craftsman. Signed, Stamped Has a signature or stamp which in our opinion is the signature or the stamp of the Artist or Craftsman. 102

Bears Signature or Stamp Has a signature or stamp, which in our opinion is the signature or stamp of the Artist or Craftsman 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.P. Oils on Panel O.O.B. Oils on Board W.C. Watercolour O.R.M. Of Recent Manufacture W.A.F. With all faults R.V.O. Remote Viewing Only As is With all damages, faults, restorations, etc.


Bidding Slip Sale No: 0245 Lotabeg May 2016 Tuesday 24th May 2016 Please bid on my behalf at the above sale for the following Lot(s) up to the price(s) mentioned below. I agree to comply with the Notices and Conditions of Sale as printed in the Catalogue. I understand that in the case of a successful bid a premium of 20% + V.A.T. will be payable by me on the hammer price. Lot No

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Bids We will be pleased to execute bids on behalf of intending buyers, and no charge is made for this service. Lots will be purcha sed as cheaply as permitted by other bids and reserves. Bids must be submitted to the Commissions Department by 5.00 p.m. on day preceding auction, and should be entered on the forms provided. Bids left by telephone will be accepted only on the condition that they are at the sender’s risk and must in any case be confirmed in writing. ID is essential to complete registration and bank references may be required. With regard to this service – Mealy’s accept no responsibility for items not viewed, whether condition report has been given or not. * Intending buyers should note that bids are accepted in euro only. Payment for all lots purchased is to be made in euro. Bids sent by email may not be guaranteed, especially after the deadline. Please call the office to confirm any email bids. We accept no responsibility or liability for acts or omissions regarding any bids received after the deadline specified above. Telephone Bidding If you are unable to come to the auction it may be possible to bid on the telephone for higher value lots. Please note that this service is only for lots with an estimate of €500 euro or more. The number of lines is limited, so we would urge serious telephone bidding only and ask that you be prepared to bid over the top estimate. It would be advisable to leave a maximum covering bid in case we are not able to contact you by telephone. All lines must be booked and confirmed in writing before the day of the auction and preferably some time in advance. Telephone bidding invol ves many variables and whilst we take every care to ensure the smooth running of this service, we cannot be held liable if your bids are missed for any reason. Note: This bidding slip must be lodged with our office by 5.00 p.m. on day prior to sale.



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Payment Conditions All purchases must be paid for in full and all cheques must be cleared before goods are released. In order to avoid delay, potential buyers are asked to make payment arrangements with us prior to Sale


All cheques or drafts are to be made payable to “Mealy’s Fine Art Ltd.” Third party cheques or drafts will not be accepted as payment for lots purchased. DELIVERY: All lots must be paid for by 5:00pm on Friday May 27th 2016. All collections will be from Mailboxes Etc in Cork. Clearing is at the rd purchaser’s risk and expense. Any lots not cleared from Mailboxes Etc in Cork by Friday 3 June 2016, will be subject to storage charges at €5 per day per lot and will be held in storage at the purchaser’s risk and expense.


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The entire contents of Lotabeg, Tivoli, Cork City, to be sold by public auction. 750 lots of fine art, antiques, and historical memorabilia...

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