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The Christmas Sale 2014 Tuesday 9th December

Lot 279

The Christmas Sale 2014 Tuesday, 9th December at our Castlecomer Saleroom, Kilkenny Road, Castlecomer, Co. Kilkenny commencing at 11am Public Viewing: Sunday 7th December: Noon - 5pm Monday 8th December: 10am - 5pm

Illustrated Catalogue €10 (admits 2) Sorry, no children under 12 years of age

The sale will include the collection of the late Mrs. Brigid O’Connor of Rock Abbey, Cashel, Co. Tipperary, on the instructions of representatives of the estate; the entire contents of “Yoletown”, Broadway, Co. Wexford; and selected items from various other Irish estates and collections.

Front Cover Illustration: 665 Back Cover Illustration: 665 Inside Front Cover Illustration: 354 (detail) & 307 Inside Back Cover Illustration: 129 Sale Reference: 0236

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

Merry Christmas to all our clients and customers and best wishes to you all for 2015 Castlecomer, Co. Kilkenny, Ireland Tel: +353 (0)56 4400942 Live Bidding Available Design & Print: Lion Print. Tel. 062-61258


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.

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

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

Other contacts for this sale: Cait Madigan David Mealy Reception & Administration Operations Manager


1 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS SILVER PLATEWARE, comprising an oval silver plated tray; two plated cake baskets; a silver plated coffee pot; a smaller coffee pot; a hot water pot and a vase. (7) €50 - 70

7 A CUTGLASS FRUIT BOWL, probably Waterford, 8in (20cm)d; together with two other similar. (3) €80 - 120 8 A PAIR OF ART DECO SILVER PLATED AND CUTGLASS VASES, 6in (15cm); together with a frosted glass helmet shaped sugar hod, with plated label; a mother o’ pearl shell flower bowl; a five piece cutglass and silver plated cruet set; a silver plated tea strainer; and another small cruet. (7) €40 - 60

2 A GOOD PAIR OF VICTORIAN MILK GLASS VASES, each decorated with a crane on a riverbank, on four gilt anthemion decorated legs, 5.75in (14cm); together with an attractive pair of Hadley’s Worcester vases, decorated with flowers in transfer, each with a rustic handle and lacking another, 9in (23cm); together with a pair of modern Belleek flower encrusted vases, 10in (26cm). (6) €70 - 120

9 A CIRCULAR SILVER PLATED ENTREE DISH AND COVER, with divided interior, 11.5in (29cm) d; a rectangular silver plated ditto, 11in (28cm); a Victorian silver plated tea pot with half reeded body; a silver plated salver on four scroll legs and a three piece silver plated tea service. (7) €100 - 150 10 A CUTGLASS CLARET JUG WITH STOPPER, 12in (31cm); another cutglass decanter, probably Waterford, with stopper, 12in (30cm); five Waterford cutglass tumblers; a cutglass shallow bowl; and a stemmed cutglass bowl. (9) €100 - 150

3 3 AN UNUSUAL SET OF SIX SILVER PLATED NAPKIN RINGS, with menu or name holders, each on a circular stemmed base, 4in (10cm). (6)

11 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS COLOURED GLASS, comprising a pair of pink glass vases, 8.25in (21cm); a green and gilt decorated glass vase, 6in (15cm); a cranberry glass bowl; a pair of yellow glass vases, 8in (20cm); a two tier green glass cake stand; miscellaneous pieces of Belleek and a quantity of miscellaneous porcelain. (a lot) €30 - 50

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€80 - 120

4 A VICTORIAN OVAL AND SILVER PLATED CRESTED DISH COVER, with reeded handle, 12in (30cm); together with an ogee form silver plated turnover breakfast entree dish and cover as is. (2) €40 - 60 5 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN SILVER PLATED CANDLESTICKS, each with baluster and leaf cast stem on conforming base, 12in (31cm); together with another pair of silver plated candlesticks, 11.5in (29cm). (4) €100 - 200

12 A THREE PIECE CARVING SET, with sliver plated mounts and stag horn handles; together with a two piece cased silver plated condiment set; a part canteen of cutlery; a pair of gilt cast iron photo frames; another singular ditto; two pairs of brass candlesticks, a glass and brass oil lamp and other miscellaneous brass. (a lot) €40 - 60

6 A PAIR OF OLD METAL COACH LIGHTS, with nickel plated mounts, 18in (46cm); together with an old leather bound telescope, as is. (3) €100 - 200

13 AN OLD CASED VIOLIN, with two old bows; and another modern violin, cased with bow. (2) €100 - 200 3

14 A 19th CENTURY BRASS BOUND MAHOGANY LAP DESK, 20in (51cm), with fitted interior. (1) €100 - 200

22 A COLLECTION OF OLD UNUSED, UNCIRCULATED POST CARDS, English and Irish, with views in Cahersiveen, Co. Kerry; Clonmel; Cashel; Limerick; Tipperary; Glen Garriff, Gougane Barra, Co. Cork; and others depicting The Eucharistic Congress 1932 and St. Joseph’s Catholic Church Derby. (a lot) €60 - 90

15 HILLARY EDMUND, a signed black and white photograph of himself and Tenzing Norgay, often a desent, 9.75in (25cm)h x 8in (20cm). (1) €200 - 300

23 A SET OF SIX SHELL TOP SILVER COFFEE SPOONS, together with a cased set of six silver coffee spoons, with matching sugar tongs. (2) €60 - 90

16 A CASED SET OF FOUR OGEE SHAPED RECTANGULAR SILVER SALT TUBS, Birmingham, early 19th century, each with a blue liner on four pad feet, some with spoons. (4) €60 - 100

24 A LARGE QUANTITY OF MISCELLANEOUS CUTLERY, some in sets; together with a walnut cutlery case. (a lot) €50 - 70

17 A SET OF TWELVE CUTGLASS STEMMED WINES OR BRANDY BALLOONS, 5in (13cm); together with 11 matching ports. (23) €70 - 90

25 A CUTGLASS VASE, probably Waterford, 8in (20cm); together with a cutglass water jug, also probably Waterford, 6.5in (16cm); a circular shallow cutglass dish, 11in (28cm); and a small trumpet shaped vase, 8in (20cm). (4) €80 - 120

18 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS GLASS, including bowls; custard cups; shell butter dishes; bon bon dishes; two old stemmed tumblers; a water jug; domestic drinking glasses, etc. (a large box lot) €70 - 90

26 A PAIR OF SILVER PLATED TWO-BRANCH CANDELABRA, each with two interlaced scrolling reeded arms and urn shaped finials on circular base, 10in (26cm); together with a set of cased heavy silver plated nut crackers, each inscribed with a different name. (3) €100 - 150

19 A VICTORIAN PIERCED SILVER BUTTER DISH, Sheffield 1863, with conforming pierced cover, surmounted with a recumbent cow, lacking glass dish; together with another rectangular silver plated butter dish and cover on ball feet and a miniature entree dish and cover. (3) €80 - 100

27 A MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTION OF SILVER PLATED TROPHY CUPS, the majority with stands, all inscribed,(approx 17); together with other miscellaneous pieces of plateware. (a lot) €40 - 60

20 A PAIR OF VASE SHAPED SILVER PEPPER CASTERS, an oval silver mustard pot, two silver plated novelty grouse form pepper castors, and some other condiments. (a lot) €40 - 60

28 A MODERN CUT-GLASS DECANTER AND STOPPER, engraved with a water buffalo, 11in (27cm); together with a square cut glass decanter and stopper and a late 19th century decanter and stopper with four neck rings; a circular cut glass tray; and a pair of cutglass candlesticks, 7.5in (19cm). (6) €100 - 150

21 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS SILVER PLATEWARE, comprising a Sheffield crested and silver plated magnum coaster, two other plated coasters, four small pierced silver plated coaster, and one other coaster. (7) €50 - 100


29 A SET OF SIX CRYSTAL CHAMPAGNE GLASSES, probably Waterford; together with miscellaneous liqueurs, ports, wines etc., in part sets. (25) €50 - 70

36 A SET OF THREE IRISH CUTGLASS SWEET MEAT STANDS OR SALTS, each on a triangular stem base, with star cut band and serrated edge, 4in (10cm); together with a thistle shaped and thistle engraved tumbler and a cut-glass celery vase, 8in (20cm); an engraved glass square cased decanter and stopper, decorated with rabbits and pheasants in landscapes. (6) €80 - 120

30 A SET OF FIVE CRYSTAL WINES, probably Waterford; a set of three similar champagnes; and a set of seven Stuart crystal wines. (15) €80 - 120

37 A CASED SET OF SIX SILVER HANDLED FRUIT KNIVES, six other silver handled fruit knives, and a set of gilt metal fruit knives and forks. (a lot) €30 - 50

31 A PAIR OF CHINESE TURQUOISE GROUND PORCELAIN MODELS OF GEESE, 12in (31cm); together with a pair of Chinese turquoise ground models of temple lions, 6in (15cm); two brass duck models; two models of guinea fowl; and a porcelain model of a duck. (9) €30 - 50

38 A PAIR OF ATTRACTIVE SILVER PLATED CANDLESTICKS, each of baluster reeded form, with leaf cast borders and circular moulded foot, 10in (26cm); together with another pair of similar ditto. (4) €100 - 200

32 A VERY ATTRACTIVE 19th CENTURY COPELAND AND GARRETT PORCELAIN FOOD DOME, in the form of a crown, 12in (31cm); together with a part Stoke-on-Trent Imari pattern tea service. (a lot) €70 - 120

39 A PAIR OF WHITE METAL PHEASANT TABLE ORNAMENTS, 11in (28cm); a pair of cockerel table ornaments, 8in (20cm); a collection of miscellaneous horse brasses; and a beaker. (a lot) €50 - 60

33 A VICTORIAN RECTANGULAR BLACK AND GILT LACQUERED PAPIER-MÂCHÉ TRAY decorated with butterflies and moths, with rounded corners, 31in (79cm). (1) €100 - 200

40 A DOUBLE SIDED BRASS MOUNTED AND GREEN GLASS PERFUME BOTTLE, and a pair of very attractive Sevre style floral decorated enamel opera glasses. (2) €70 - 90

34 A CUTGLASS AND SILVER MOUNTED POCKET FLASK, London 1934; together with another silver mounted Whiskey pocket flask, c.1952; a cut glass perfume bottle, with silver plated mount; a silver handled button hook and a silver mounted nail buffer and other miscellaneous implements. (a lot) €70 - 90

41 A SET OF TEN WATERFORD CUTGLASS CRYSTAL HOCK GLASSES, a set of four heavy cut glass whiskey tumblers, and two smaller ditto. (16) €140 - 160

35 A BLUE AND WHITE SOUP TUREEN, LADLE AND STAND, with armorial crest; together with a pink and dark blue ground basin and ewer; a two handled sauce tureen and cover, probably Rockingham; a large strawberry printed jug, a Davenport plate in the Famille Rose style, and a glass stem bowl. (5) €50 - 70

42 A SET OF FOUR CUT GLASS WINES, each engraved with a bird, an oval glass jar and cover, a glass bell, and other miscellaneous glass; together with a quantity of various ornaments, plates, porcelain, etc. (a box lot) €50 - 80


43 A BLOOR DERBY PART DINNER SERVICE, comprising eight lime green and white ground meat platters, the largest, 13in (33cm); together with a matching sauce tureen and cup and an odd tureen cover; together with a lot of Wedgewood leaf moulded dessert or salad dishes, some as is. (a lot) €50 - 80

48 A LLADRO GROUP MODELLED WITH A WOMAN WITH GOATS, 10in (26cm); together with another small Lladro figure of an angel, another Lladro style figure; a French porcelain figure of Napoleon; and other miscellaneous ornaments and figures. (10) €70 - 90 49 A MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTION OF ENGLISH ROYAL COMMEMORATIVE WARE, comprising porcelain mugs, a glass mug, jugs, various bowls and dishes, a small Royal Doulton Toby Jug modelled as Winston Churchill, as is. (a lot) €80 - 120

44 A PART CANTEEN OF SILVER PLATED CUTLERY, scroll and hourglass pattern, comprising: six table spoons; five dinner forks; four supper forks; four tea spoons; and a dessert spoon; together with another similar fish set comprising, twelve knives and twelve forks, and some other miscellaneous crested and other flatware. (a lot) €70 - 90

50 A VICTORIAN CREAM AND RUBY GLASS BRIDAL BOWL OR CENTRE PIECE, with handkerchief moulded edge, 12in (30cm); together with an attractive gilt decorated French finger bowl and stand. (3) €70 - 120

45 A GEORGE III ENGLISH FIDDLE AND THREAD PATTERN ASPARAGUS TONGS, by William Eley and William Fern, London, c.1802; together with four silver plated sauce ladles; a plated grape scissors; a silver table spoon; and miscellaneous other silver plated flatware. (a lot) €100 - 150 46 A COLLECTION OF OLD MILITARY BRASS UNIFORM BUTTONS, for the 15th Punjab Regiment of the British Indian Army; together with two miniature portraits; a silver and enamel contact pendant; two claw pendants and a claw military brooch; and other miscellaneous badges etc. (a lot) €70 - 120


51 A PAIR OF ATTRACTIVE DRESDEN PORCELAIN FLOWER ENCRUSTED FIGURAL CANDELABRA, each with four arms and a centre light, one supported by a Gentleman, the other a Lady, on a Rococo style base, 16in (41cm)h. (2)

47 A PART CANTEEN OF SILVER PLATED KINGS PATTERN CUTLERY, comprising, a pair of large basting spoons; a soup ladle; four serving spoons; nine table spoons; a pair of sauce ladles; eleven soup spoons; eight dinner forks; seven supper forks; six egg spoons; eleven tea spoons; a carving knife and fork; twelve dinner knives and ten supper knives; a coffee spoon, tea spoon and sugar tongs; all in fitted wooden case with two trays. (1) €150 - 250

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€200 - 300

52 A CONTINENTAL GREEN GLASS PAINTED VASE, in the Medieval style, decorated coronets and head armor in bright enamels, 10in (26cm). (1) €80 - 150


53 A GOOD SET OF EIGHT LATE 19th CENTURY RUBY GLASS WINES, each with hexagonal baluster stem and circular foot, 5.25in (13cm); together with a set of six similar smaller ditto, and four ruby tumblers. (18) €150 - 180

58 AN EARLY 19th CENTURY CUT GLASS DECANTER, with triple neck rings and target stopper; another star cut decanter (chip to rim); three other decanters; an oval cut glass bowl (chips to rim); a cut glass water jug (as is); and a three division glass dish. (8) €60 - 80

54 A COLOURFUL 19th CENTURY COMPORT, probably Minton, decorated with birds and flowers; together with a two handled cup and stand, probably Bristol, decorated with sprays of flowers. (3) €70 - 90

59 AN EARLY 19th CENTURY CANTONESE TEA POT, with double interlaced handle, decorated with colourful flowers and birds, lacking cover, 6in (16cm), a Cantonese dish decorated with figures in interiors flowers and birds, 8.75in (22cm); and a Chinese blue and white plate decorated with a lake scene, 10in (25cm). (3). €20 - 30

55 A GREEN AND PLAIN GLASS NACHTMANN BLEIKRISTALL DECANTER AND STOPPER, with label, 12in (30cm); a heavy cut glass ashtray; a collection of miscellaneous coloured glass; and a box lot of miscellaneous domestic drinking glasses. (a lot) €40 - 80

60 A PAKISTANI BOKHARA RUNNER, the ivory ground with a row of ten medallions, inside a multi band border, 8ft 9 in (266cm) x 2ft 7 in (77cm). €200 - 300

56 A silver plated two handled serving tray, 24in (81cm). (1) €140 - 160

61 61 After AUGUEST NICOLAS CAIN (1822-1894), a bronze group, “Cock, Hen and Pheasant Guarding the Nest,” standing on a naturalistic cast base raised on a marble plinth, 9” x 10” (23cms x 26cms). (1) See illustration


€80 - 120

62 A Chinese blue and white bowl of square tapering form, with circular foot, the centre painted with a stylised house and a blue seal to base, 5” (13cm); together with a dark blue ground baluster shaped Chinese vase and cover decorated with prunus and surmounted with a temple lion. (2). €40 - 60

57 KEN O’NEIL (B.1967), Main Street, Tramore, A Retrospective View, O.O.C, 26in (66cm)h x 32in (81cm). (1) See illustration

€400 - 600


63 A VERY EARLY SOUTH AMERICAN TRIBAL POTTERY JAR, of baluster form, 4in (10cm), together with another old cream painted South American pottery jar, 4.75in (12cm), and another glazed brown pottery jar, with geometric designs, 5in (13cm). (3) €70 - 90

68 A bronzed lead Relief, depicting a profile Portrait of a Lady, 5½” x 4” (14cms x 10cms). (1) €80 - 120 69 A CARVED CHINESE GREEN JADE TYPE HARDSTONE FIGURE, modelled as a Buddha on wooden base, 3in (8cm), together with a Chinese carved soapstone seal figure, modelled as an Immortal, 3.5in (9cm). (2) €50 - 70

64 A WORCESTER PORCELAIN BOWL, early 18th century, decorated with stylised flowers in a spiral pattern, 5in (12cm). (1) €20 - 30

70 THE DUBLIN IRISH INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION 1907 MAUCHLINE SOUVENIR BOX, exhibition buildings, 6.5 (16cm), together with a similar Mauchline ware pin cushion, another Mauchline quiz box with a view of Sackville Dublin, and a tortoise shell and mother o’ pearl inlaid Victorian card case. (4) €60 - 90

65 A FRENCH PORCELAIN SAUCE BOAT, with swing handle, decorated with flowers, 4in (10cm). (1) €30 - 40

71 AN EIGHTEENTH CENTURY CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PLATE, decorated with flowers, 9in (23cm); two Chinese Famille Rose plates, both as is; a Japanese porcelain plate (as is); and two soapstone arrangements, each modelled as a bunch of grapes. (6) €10 - 20

66 66 A FINE 19th CENTURY BRASS MOUNTED AND RED BOULLE SIDE CABINET, the rectangular top with a leaf cast edge, above a shaped glazed door, on a shaped plinth, 39.5in (100cm)h x 29in (74cm)w. (1) See illustration

€2000 - 3000


67 TWO UNUSUAL WHITE METAL FIGURES, each depicting a nude African woman, 5.5in (14cm). (2) €30 - 50

72 AN EBONIZED AND BOULLE SIDE CABINET, arch and glaze door, on a rectangular plinth, 41.5in (105cm)h x 32.25in (82cm). (1)

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€650 - 750 8

73 A SILVER MOUNTED AND LEATHER BOUND HUNTING CROP, with stag horn grip, inscribed Major Sean Maccaba, 1930. (1) €30 - 50 74 A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN OR GLAZED STONE WARE FIGURE, of an Immortal, holding fruit and standing on a tortoise, with a dragon head, on a hard wood stand, 10in (16cm). (1) €150 - 250

81 81 Domaine de Chevalier (Rouge) 1994 Leognan - Graves 12 bottles owc

75 THE DALAI LAMA a signed original photograph depicting Tenzin Gyatso, the 14th Dalai Lama. 6in x 9in, in good condition. (1) €80 - 120

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€300 - 400

76 A FRENCH GLASS VASE, by Vannes, with flared neck and reeded body, 11.5in (29cm). (1) €60 - 80 77 AN OVAL SILVER FOUR COMPARTMENT CRUET STAND, Sheffield 1912, with arched handle and four cut glass bottles, 524g, (the frame). (1) €150 - 250


78 Four old Prattware pot lids, “The Residents of Anne Hathaway on Stratfordon-Avon”, another view of Shakespeare’s house, “Henley Street on Stratford-on-Avon”, another, “Pegwell Bay, Est. 1760”, and another uninscribed ditto with shepherdess, sheep, goats, and dog. (4). €80 - 120

82 Sandeman (Jubilee Year) 1977 (labels in pristine condition) 12 bottles owc See illustration

€1000 - 1500

79 Castillo Ygay Logrono Reserva Especial Cosecha 1925, Riojo. (1) €150 - 250 80 Royal Tokaji Company - Tokaji Aszu 1990 (5 Puttonyos) Betsek Primae Classis 1700 3 50cl bottles €80 - 100

83 83 Chateau Lynch-Bages 1999 5 eme Cru Classe Pauillac 10 bottles owc See illustration

€650 - 750 9

84 84 THREE BOTTLES OF REBELLO VALENTE VINTAGE PORT, 1966, bottled 1968. (3) See illustration

€100 - 200

85 CHATEAU DES COURS, Ste Croix-du-Mont,1971 vintage, 1 bottle. €40 - 60

88 88 A GOOD 19th CENTURY CONTINENTAL GILT BRASS MANTLE CLOCK, probably Dutch, with silk suspension movement, striking on wire gong, the circular enamel dial with Roman numerals, supported by two columns, each mounted with oak leaves and acorns, and surmounted with a General in military attire, on an oblong oval base, with musical mechanism and pull repeat, the brass wheel pendulum with a central lyre, 18.5in (47cm)h x 12in (31cm). (1) See illustration

€1800 - 2500

86 86 FOUR RARE BOTTLES OF WHISKEY, comprising a very rare 2001 Middleton Irish Whiskey, number 000195, with certificate and bottle signed, 700ML, together with a single cask Bushmills reserve whiskey, cask number 15184, bottle number 185, distilled 1985, specially selected for John Dillon’s 50th Birthday, in wooden case; a Bushmills Millennium Single Malt Irish Whiskey, distilled in 1975, 700ML; and a Bushmills 12 year old Millennium Reserve Whiskey. (4)


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€200 - 400

89 A CIRCULAR CHINESE MARQUETRY INLAID HARDWOOD CENTRE TABLE, profusely inlaid with figures, foliage, dragons, phoenix, pagodas, birds etc. on a tri-form base with carved and pierced spandrels, 28in (71cm)h x 22in (56cm) d. (1)

87 MODERN CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, (18th CENTURY STYLE), Crowded Street Scene, with Figures Merry Making, O.O.P, 15.5in (39cm)h x 19.5in (49cm). (1) €450 - 550

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€550 - 650 10

90 19th CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, Portrait of a Gentleman with Black Bow Tie, Seated with his Elbow on a Map, entitled Frith Bank Estates, and its companion, probably his wife, in black dress, both oil on panel, 11in (28cm)h x 9in (23cm). (1) €450 - 550 91 A PAIR OF CUT GLASS LUSTRE VASES, each with glass drops, 8.5in (22cm). (2) €40 - 60


92 92 A HEAVY DEEP PILE ORIENTAL CARPET, with centre star medallion, issuing scrolling foliage, on a dark blue and ivory ground, inside a conforming burgundy border, 120in (305cm) x96in (244cm). (1) See illustration

€600 - 900

93 A TRIPTYCH TUBULAR BRASS MIRROR CHEVAL FIRE SCREEN, 26in (66cm). (1) €70 - 90 94 A VERY UNUSUAL AND RARE DOUBLE FUSEE BRASS SKELETON CLOCK, 19th century, with full repeat and striking on a steel bell, with silverized dial and Roman numerals, 16in (41cm)h, under a glass dome. (1)

95 95 A RARE CUNARD LINE SHIPPING POSTER, for The Carmania and The Caronia, from Liverpool, New York, Boston via Queenstown, 1905, local agent Patrick Power Castle Warren, Kilkenny, 38in (97cm)h x 25in (63cm). (1)

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€3000 - 4000

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€500 - 700 11

96 KEN O’NEILL (B.1967), An Irish Georgian Door, O.O.C, box frame, 9.75in (25cm)h x 8in (20cm). (1) €150 - 200

101 A LARGE BEIGE GROUND TURKISH CARPET, with centre pink floral medallion, the floral field with turquoise medallions inside a conforming border, 12ft (365cm) x 8ft 1in (246cm). (1) €300 - 400 102 A SEVEN PIECE CONTINENTAL PORCELAIN MONKEY BAND, with monkey figures playing different instruments and a conductor, the tallest 6in (15cm). (7) €100 - 200


103 A VERY UNUSUAL CHASED PEWTER DISH, with biblical scene, 14.5in (37cm). (1) €100 - 200

97 A CANTONESE CARVED IVORY BURMESE PATTERN CHESS SET, 19th century, each piece finely carved in high and low relief, the king 4in (10cm), pawn 2.5in (6.5cm), lacking one pawn. (1)

104 A SMALL OXIDISED BRASS THEODOLITE, with 10in (25cm) scope on double A arch supports, silvered Vernier, three bubble levels (two as is) on a circular base, single screw tripod attachment (as is). (1) €40 - 60

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€400 - 600

98 KEN O’NEILL (B.1967) Malahide Castle, Dublin, O.O.CB, 12in (30h x 16in (41cm). (1) €200 - 300

105 A HEAVY OXIDISED BRASS SURVEYOR’S LEVEL, by L. Casella, London, No. 4843, with 17.5in (45cm) scope, 6in (15cm), double glass bubble level, on a tri-form base with single screw tri-pod attachment, 9in (23cm). (1) €100 - 150

99 A PERSIAN KERMAN CARPET, with ivory medallion on a light blue ground, inside a shaped border with shaped spandrels and conforming border, 10ft (305cm)x 6ft 11in(210cm). €250 - 350

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106 A HEAVY BRASS SURVEYORS LEVEL, by Negreth and Zambra, London, with 17.5in (45cm) scope, O.S, 8in Sh 56 6in (16cm), with double bubble level on tri-form base with single screw tri-pod attachment, (8in (20cm). (1)

100 A LARGE MEGALODON SHARK TOOTH, with sharp serrated edges and good enamel colour, 5in (13cm)h x 4.5in (12cm). (1) See illustration

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€220 - 250

€100 - 150 12

109 AN OLD BRASS AND BLACKENED STEEL TRANSIT LEVEL, by E. Sprenger Berlin, no. 235, with silverised scales, three spirit levels and compass, 22.5in (57cm). (1) €100 - 150 110 A BRASS PANTOGRAPH, by Throughton & Simms, London, the folding frame on 5in ivory wheels (one lacking), in original fitted case, 36in (91cm). (1) €100 - 150 111 A BRASS PANTOGRAPH, by Throughton & Simms, London, the folding frame raised on all six ivory style wheels, in fitted wooden case, 36in (91cm). (1) €100 - 150 112 A SMALL BRASS PANTOGRAPH, by Throughton & Simms, London, with folding frame on six legs, two lacking ivory castors, in fitted mahogany case, 20in (51cm). (1) €70 - 90 107

113 A FOURTEEN PIECE COPELAND PORCELAIN DESSERT SERVICE, comprising four comports, each with floral garlands inside a turquoise border, and ten plates, each 9in (23cm). (14) €200 - 300

107 A 19th CENTURY BRASS MOUNTED EBONIZED AND MAPLE BANDED CABINET, with ornate Sevre style porcelain backs, the arched cornice with an oval floral panel, above another panel with figures in a landscape and a glazed door enclosing two shelves and a mirror back, flanked with two pilasters, each headed with a caryatid, the interior with a presentation plaque, presented to Mr. & Mrs Cudworth, by the officers and servants of the south eastern Railway Co. on Mr. Cudworths retirement after 31 ears service as a Locomotive Engineer 1876 Nov. 30th, above a solid kingwood banded door, overlaid with a large oval Sevre style porcelain plaque within a leaf cast frame with a ribbon crest on a plinth base with bun feet, 75in (191cm)h x 29.5in (75cm)w. (1)

114 A PERSIAN RUG, with multi-coloured Boteh pattern field, in double border, 170cm x 120cm / 5ft 8in. (1) €200 - 300 115 A FIBRE GLASS MILBRO FISHING ROD, two part; together with another rod with three tips; a sea horse rod; a part rod; a spinning reel, various hooks, etc., all in a canvas bag. (a lot) €50 - 80

See illustration

116 A GOOD THREE PART ARMY AND NAVY BRASS MOUNTED WOODEN SALMON ROD, in canvas case; together with a Bruce CordonBleu Salmon Fly rod, 13ft 14in, by Bruce and Walker. (2) €100 - 150

€1400 - 1600 108 A MID 20th CENTURY THEODOLITE, by Wild Heerbrugg, Switzerland, no. 26929, on tri- form base, 11.5in (29cm). (1) €100 - 150


122 A GEORGE III PERIOD MAHOGANY CHEST, with four graduating drawers, raised on bracket feet, 44in (112cm)h x 40in (102cm). (1) €300 - 400 123 A 19th CENTURY MAHOGANY KNEE HOLE PEDESTAL DESK, the rectangular top above three frieze drawers, above an arched centre on two fixed pedestals, each with three drawers on a plinth, 32in (80cm)h x 55in (140cm)w x 32in (82cm)d. (1) €300 - 500

117 117 A SMALL STUFFED BABY CROCODILE, 39in (99cm). (1) See illustration

€150 - 250

118 TWO SIMILAR GLASS DECANTERS, probably Irish, each with triple neck rings and mushroom stopper and a flute cut band to base, 10in (26cm); and another small mould blown decanter with triple neck rings, 8in (20cm). (3) €120 - 180

124 A FRENCH MAHOGANY COMMODE, Charles X, with grey veined marble top, as is, above an arrangement of four long drawers raised on a united plinth, 36½” x 49” (93cms x 125cms). (1) Provenance: The Murnaghan Collection, Mealy’s / Christie’s Sale, 1999 €200 - 300

119 AN OLD BRISTOL BLUE GLASS ROLLING PIN, a pair of blue glass baluster vases, 7.5in (19cm); a small blue glass jug, 5in (13cm); a smaller baluster shaped ditto, as is; a dark blue glass soup bowl, a set of three blue glass stands or dishes and a blue glass vase as is. (10) €30 - 60

125 AN UNUSUAL MAHOGANY BOOKCASE, early 20th century, in the George III style, of slender proportions, the swan neck pediment above a fluted and rosette carved frieze and a narrow astragal glazed door, on a base with a solid panel door applied with a large oval panel and four carved rosettes, enclosing four drawers with brass handles and raised ogee bracket feet, 7ft (203cm)h x 24in (61cm)w. (1) €500 - 700

120 A GOOD MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE, in the Irish 18th century style, the rectangular top with gadroon edge, over and apron carved with a basket of fruit and scrolling foliage, raised on leaf carved cabriole legs with ball and claw feet, 30in (76cm)h x 50in (127cm)w. (1) €700 - 1100 121 A WALNUT MARQUETRY AND CROSS BANDED COMMODE, South German, 18th century, of serpentine form with three long drawers raised on bun feet. 32in (82cm)h X 44in (115cm). (1) See illustration

€1200 - 1800





126 AN IRISH MAHOGANY MASK SIDE TABLE, in the late George II style, with rectangular gadroon edge top, above a central carved lion mask, on a shaped apron, carved with shells, dolphins and flowers with leaf scrolls, raised on four leaf carved two stage cabriole legs, with shell scroll headed lion paw feet, 31in (79cm)h x 5ftin (152cm) x 24in (61cm)d. (1)


See illustration

€1200 - 1800 130 A MAHOGANY BOOKCASE, George IV period, of small proportions, the moulded cornice above two Gothic glazed doors enclosing adjustable shelves on chest base with four long graduating drawers on bracket feet, 76”h x 40”w (193cms x 102cms). (1) €600 - 700

127 AN EARLY VICTORIAN MAHOGANY PEMBROKE TYPE LADIES WORK TABLE, with two D-shaped flaps, flanking two drawers and a pull out wool box, on a U-shaped support with quatrefoil concave base and scroll legs, 29.25in (74cm)h x 29in (74cm)w extended, the drawer with a short history of the table, detailing ownership by Viola Barrows, Great Grandmother Elizabeth Mary Robertson, mother of Herbert Manwaring Robertson, who lived at Boyle Farm, Thames Middlesex, once the home of Lord Henry Fitzgerald, Lord Edward’s Brother. (1) €150 - 250 128 A GEORGE IV PERIOD MAHOGANY AND EBONY STRUNG SIDEBOARD, of breakfront outline, the top with a brass rail, above a long frieze drawer, flanked to one side with cellar drawer and another similar drawer to the other side, raised on ring turned tapering reeded legs, 74in (188cm). (1) €300 - 500

131 131 MARK WILLIAM LANGLOIS (1848-1924), Outside a Fisherman’s Cottage with Man and Young Boy, oil on canvas, signed lower left, 30in (76cm) high x 25in (63cm) wide. (1)

129 A VERY FINE LATE 19th CENTURY EBONIZED, BRASS MOUNTED AND BIRDS EYE MAPLE BONHEUR DU JOUR, the arched top with a sour pate style circular porcelain panel with cherub, above two brass inlaid and rosewood banded doors, each with an oval pate sour pate porcelain portrait of a classical woman within a brass frame, and flanked with similar porcelain and brass mounted pilasters, both opening to reveal a fitted interior with two drawers and two shelves, the door backs with veneer satinwood and kingwood, on a table type base with fold out writing surface and a frieze drawer on cabriole legs, 60in (153cm)h x 31.5in (80cm). (1)

See illustration

€500 - 800

132 JOHN FAULKNER RHA (1835-1894), Children Fishing Off the Bank of the Avon near Warwick, W.C. signed and inscribed lower left, 18.75in (48cm)h x 39in 100cm)w. (1) See illustration on page 17

€1200 - 1500

133 JOHN FAULKNER R.H.A. (1835-1894) “A By-way, Chashorn, Hants, with Cattle Near a Church,” signed and inscribed lower left, 18in (46cm)h x 38.5in (198cm)w. (1)

See illustration on page 15

€3000 - 4000

See illustration on page 17

€700 - 1100 16



396 17


134 A VERY FINE SERPENTINE SHAPED AND BRASS MOUNTED BOULLE CENTRE TABLE, the top inlaid in brass with a classical scene with figures in a chariot, inside scrolling foliage, and a heavy leaf cast edge, over shaped apron and a frieze drawer, on four cabriole legs, with caryatid mounts, 52in (132cm)w x 30in (76cm)d. (1) See illustration

€3400 - 3800

136 136 EARLY 19th CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, Regency Interior Scene, depicting woman seated with young child by her side in a red dress, indistinctly inscribed verso, in gilt frame, W/C, 13.5in (34cm)hx 10.75in (76cm). (1) See illustration

€300 - 400

135 135 ANDREW NICHOLL (1804-1886), Figure and Donkey and Thatched Cottages by the Lakes of Killarney, W/C, signed lower centre, 7in(18cm) hx 10in (25cm)w. (1)

137 LATE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, Portrait study of a Woman and Two Children, W/C, inscribed Winifreda, also signed with monogram and dated 1794, 8.5in (21cm)hx 7.5in (19cm)w. (1)

€300 - 400

€150 - 250

See illustration on page 19

See illustration


140 A CHINOISERIE LAQUERED WALL MIRROR, In the Queen Anne style, 19th century, with arched plate, 25in (63cm)h x 15in (38cm)w. (1) €100 - 200 141 A MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD, William IV period and later, with three-quarter gallery above three frieze drawers and four lower cupboard doors, raised on ring turned reeded legs, 74in (188cm). (1) €300 - 500 137

142 A CARVED MAHOGANY DINING ROOM PEDESTAL, in the Georgian style, early 20th century, the leaf carved frieze with a concealed drawer above a nicely figured panel door applied with leaf scrolls and a centre shell, flanked with leaf carved pilasters, 43in (109cm) x 21in (53cm). (1) €250 - 350

138 19th CENTURY ITALIAN SCHOOL, Busy Harbour Scene with Figures and Boats, watercolour, indistinctly signed lower left, 3.5in (9cm) x 7.5in (19cm. (1). €100 - 200 139 EDWIN DOUGLAS (1848-1914), Racehorse with Jockey Up on a Race Track, signed E. Douglas and dated 1895, 30in (76cm)h x 39.5in (100cm). (1) See illustration

€3500 - 4500 139


143 A GOOD QUALITY MAHOGANY CORNER CABINET, 20th century, the swan neck pediment above two astragal glazed doors and two solid doors below, raised on bracket feet, 78in (198cm)h x 38in (97cm)w. (1) €500 - 700

149 A VICTORIAN WALNUT AND PARQUETRY DROP DIAL WALL CLOCK, with circular painted dial and Roman numerals, within turned pilasters 32in (82cm) h x 17in (43cm). (1) €100 - 200

144 A RECTANGULAR TRIPLE TOP FOLD OVER MAHOGANY CARD / TEA TABLE, 18th century and later, the moulded top above two side frieze drawers, raised on front leaf carved cabriole legs, with ball and claw feet, and concealed castors, and three similar legs to the rear, 39in (99cm)w.(1)

150 A SET OF SIX LATE WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, each scroll bar back with leaf spandrels above a drop in seat, on front turned and reeded legs. (6) €250 - 350

See illustration

€500 - 700

145 JAMES WRIGHT (B. 1935.) Farm Houses with Hens in Foreground, O.O.C, signed lower left, 15.5in (40cm)h x 24in (61cm)w, together with its companion, The Plough Team, O.O.C. 18in (46cm)h x 24in 61cm)w. (2) €180 - 250

151 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY LIBRARY DRUM TABLE, the octagonal moulded top with a green tooled leather inset, above four mock and four frieze drawers, on a turned tripod base with leaf scroll feet, 50.5in (128cm).

146 AN ATTRACTIVE MAHOGANY CASED CHIMING GRANDMOTHER CLOCK, early 20th century, the arched and moulded cornice, above an arched brass dial, with silverized chapter ring, with Roman and Arabic numerals, above a segmented veneered trunk door, on a moulded box base, with bracket feet, 66in (168cm)h x 13in (33cm)w. (1) €300 - 400

See illustration

€600 - 1200

147 AN UNUSUAL IRISH PROVINCIAL VICTORIAN LONG CASE CLOCK, the circular painted dial signed R. Richards of Gorey, with Roman Numerals, subsidiary dial for seconds and date, inside a circular moulded drum, on an upward tapering rectangular trunk, on a moulded box base, 77in (196cm)h x 20in (51cm)w. (1)


See illustration

€700 - 1100 148 A RECTANGULAR MAHOGANY LIBRARY TABLE, early 20th century, the moulded top above three frieze drawers, raised on four square tapering supports, each with a leaf capital, on a shaped platform base, 69in (175cm)w. (1) €200 - 300




152 152 AN 18th CENTURY DUTCH FLORAL MARQUETRY BOMBAY CYLINDER BUREAU, the roll back cylinder top with a pull out writing surface, opening to reveal a shaped and nicely fitted interior with drawers, pigeon holes and a centre tambour door, above three long drawers, on splayed legs with brass mounts, 44in (112cm)h x 44in (112m). (w)

156 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN SATIN BIRCH DRESSING TABLE MIRRORS, each with an arched mirror plate, on turned supports with urn finials and on a bow fronted moulded plinth, 26in (66cm). (1) €150 - 200 157 A GEORGE IV PERIOD MAHOGANY CHEST, with three long and two short drawers and raised on bracket feet, 40in (102cm)h x 36.5in (93cm). (1) €250 - 350

See illustration

€4000 - 6000 153 A SATIN COLOURED YEW AND BEECH CORNER CUPBOARD, O.R.M, with diamond glazed upper door and oval inlaid panel door below, 25in (63cm)w. (1) €80 - 120

158 A MODERN GILT CARTOUCHE SHAPED OVER MANTEL, with shell crest, above a mirror plate, in a leaf scroll moulded frame, 35in (89cm)h x 48in (122cm)w. (1) €80 - 120

154 AN EDWARDIAN WALNUT HALL STAND, the mirror back above a shelf and glove compartment, on reeded supports, 36in (92cm)w. (1) €80 - 120

159 A FINE IRISH MAHOGANY LONGCASE CLOCK, late 18th century by David Gordon, Dublin, the unusual circular brass dial with Roman and Arabic numerals, around a circular panel with subsidiary dial for seconds and date aperture, signed on the ribbon band, the shaped hood with three brass ball finials, above an arched and panelled trunk door, on a moulded box base with bracket feet, 90in (229cm) h x 18in (46cm)w. (1) €1000 - 2000

155 A WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY CHIFFONIER, the pierced back with an oblong shelf, above two frieze drawers and two panel doors (one detached) on a plinth base, 47in (120cm). (1) €100 - 200


160 TWO SIMILAR PAIRS OF VICTORIAN WALNUT SIDE CHAIRS, each with a centre splat, above a bow fronted seat, on turned tapering fluted legs. (4) €100 - 200

167 MOLLY MAURICE LATHAM (1900-1987), Study of a Chestnut Hunter in a Landscape, and its companion, a similar scene with a Dapple Grey Hunter, O.O.C., both signed and dated 1935, a pair, 25in (63cm)h x 30in (76cm). (2)

161 A PAIR OF LATE VICTORIAN WALNUT ARMCHAIRS, each with a button back and padded seat and flanked with padded arm rests, on front turned legs. (2) €100 - 200

€700 - 1100

See illustration

168 A SMALL BEDSIDE PEDESTAL, O.R.M, with two shelves and a frieze drawer, on splayed bracket feet, 30in (76cm). (1) €150 - 170

162 AN OLD GRAMOPHONE, THE VOKAL, with hinged top and two cupboard doors below, on cabriole legs, 24in (61cm)w. (1) €30 - 50

169 A SMALL MAHOGANY BEDSIDE PEDESTAL, with drawer and cupboard on short cabriole legs. (1) €60 - 80

163 A DROP LEAF MAHOGANY PEMBROKE TYPE DINING TABLE, 19th century, the rectangular flaps with rounded corners and raised on four turned legs, 59in (150cm)h x 39in (99cm) extended. (1) €100 - 200

170 A BOW FRONTED MAHOGANY BEDSIDE TABLE OR LAMP TABLE, O.R.M, with tooled leather top, above a frieze drawer and two shelves, on bracket feet, 28in (71cm)h x 20.25in (52cm). (1) €150 - 170

164 AN OVAL VICTORIAN MAHOGANY FLIP TOP BREAKFAST TABLE, raised on a quadruple pod with scroll legs, 54in (138cm)h x 40in (102cm) w. (1) €150 - 250

171 A GOOD SERPENTINE SHAPED MAHOGANY SIDE BOARD, in the George III style by James Hicks of Dublin, the raised back above three frieze drawers above a cupboard and a larger box drawer raised on panel legs, 81in (206cm). (1) €800 - 1500

165 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY DINING CHAIR, the arched back with a pierced splat and drop in seat on square chambered legs. (1) €80 - 150 166 A GOOD SET OF SIX VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD SIDE CHAIRS, each with an oval open back, crested with leaf scrolls, above a serpentine fronted seat, on front moulded cabriole legs. (6) €300 - 400

167 22

172 JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY, a black and white memorial card with portrait, died Novenber 22, 1963, with prayer verso, 4in (10cm)h x 2.5in (6cm). (1)

179 A GILT OVERMANTLE, 19th century, with leaf and shell crest, above an arched mirror plate, with moulded frame, 62in (148cm)h x 47in (120cm). (1) €500 - 700

See illustration on page 60

€100 - 150

173 A PAIR OF BOW FRONTED TWO TIER BEDSIDE PEDESTALS, each with a drawer on square legs, 28.5in (72cm) high, 17in (43cm). (2) €200 - 300 174 A 19th CENTURY MAHOGANY DINING ROOM ARMCHAIR, with shield shaped pierced back and stuff over seat with front square tapering legs. (1) €80 - 120


175 A SET OF FOUR (3+1) WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, each with bar back and rope and bead moulded cross rail above a drop in seat and raised on turned legs, covered in attractive stripe fabric. (4) €150 - 200

180 A GOOD MID 19th CENTURY MAHOGANY PEDESTAL WRITING DESK, the rectangular moulded top with a tooled leather inset, above three frieze drawers and raised on two pedestals, each with three drawers, the reverse with three frieze drawers and two cupboard in doors, on a moulded plinth, 67in (157cm)w x 29in (74cm). (1)

176 A PAIR OF ATTRACTIVE THREE-BRANCH FOUR-LIGHT SILVER PLATED CANDELABRA, in the Regency style, each with scrolling arms on an upward tapering reeded stem with leaf capital on tripod base, with lion paw feet and pierced anthemions, 28in (71cm). (2). €300 - 500

See illustration

€600 - 800

181 A THREE PIECE MODERN SUITE OF SEAT FURNITURE, comprising three seater settee and a pair of armchairs. (3) €200 - 300

176A A PAIR OF SILVER PLATED MAGNUM WINE COASTERS, each with a gadroon edge, 8.25in (21cm). (2) €80 - 150

182 A BLACK AND WHITE PORTRAIT ENGRAVING, By G.J Slodant of Daniel O’Connell, framed; together with an original Daniel O’Connell signature as part of a not or letter to John Irvine Mansfield, Vicarage Dartington, London June 1838, 17in (43cm)h x 10in (26cm). (1) €400 - 500

177 LATE 19th CENTURY / EARLY 20th CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, a collection of eight watercolours, all probably by the same hand, depicting woodland scenes, hunting scenes, landscapes, etc. various sizes, all framed. (8) €100 - 200

183 A SEMI ANTIQUE ORIENTAL RUG, with three medallions on an iron red ground, 77in (196cm) h x 53in (135cm); together with another machine made oriental style rug with panelled design. (2) €80 - 120

178 A PAIR OF FRENCH LOUIS XV GILT ARMCHAIRS, each with a triple panel back, and a padded seat, in a moulded frame on front cabriole legs. (2) €300 - 400 23

184 A VERY HEAVY COMPOSITION MARBLE WALL FOUNTAIN TROUGH, of bow front outline, nicely weathered with reeded shell bowl on corbel style pedestals, each headed with an iron ring handle and a centre wall mounted mask spout, 29.5in (75cm)h x 67in (170cm). (1) €700 - 1100

188 188 A LARGE EARLY 19th CENTURY CUT GRANITE WATER TROUGH, 65in (165cm)h x 69in (27cm). (1)

See illustration

€300 - 500

185 185 A VERY HEAVY COMPOSITION MARBLE WALL FOUNTAIN TROUGH, of bow front outline, nicely weathered with reeded shell bowl on corbel style pedestals, each headed with an iron ring handle and a centre wall mounted mask spout, 29.5in (75cm)h x 67in (170cm). (1)

189 189 A RECTANGULAR CUT GRANITE WATER TROUGH, early 19th century, 41in (104cm)h x 22in (56cm). (1)

See illustration

€700 - 1100

See illustration

€280 - 420

186 A LARGE HEAVY CUT GRANITE WINDOW HEAD OR STEP, 82in (208cm)w. (1) €200 - 300

190 A PAIR OF SILVER PLATED CANDLE STICKS, each with a tapering fluted stem and conforming urn shaped socket with drip trays, 11.5in (29cm) h. (1) €60 - 90

187 A LARGE OCTAGONAL SHAPED CAST AND WROUGHT IRON GARDEN GAZEBO, the dome top with an ornate leaf and scroll finial, on leaf wrought and spiral fluted panels and two arched gates, approx 15ft (455cm)h x 10ft1 (307cm). (1)

191 A LATE 19th CENTURY SILVER PLATED TEA KETTLE, on warming stand with lion paw feet, 12.5in (32cm). (1) €20 - 30

See illustration

€1200 - 1500

192 VINCENZO LARICCHIA (B. 1940), Italian Coastal Scene, o.o.b, signed lower right, 15.25in (39cm)h x 19in (49cm). (1) €150 - 200 193 A SILVER TEA KETTLE ON WARMING STAND, London 1904, the kettle of plain form on a three legged stand, 9.5in (24cm), 694g. (1) See illustration

€250 - 350 187

193 24

194 AN OVAL SILVER PLATED CRUET STAND, early 20th century with two glass ewers one inscribed water, 10in (25cm). (1) €60 - 80


195 A TEN PIECE SILVER BACKED VANITY SET, comprising, a hand mirror, five matching brushes and five cutglass jars with silver mounted tops, another similar jar with silver cover, together with an Art Nouveau silver backed hand mirror, and another small Art Nouveau hand mirror with chain in case. (14) €80 - 120

202 A 19th CENTURY HEAVY SHEFFIELD SILVER PLATED OVAL OGEE SHAPED SOUP TUREEN, with domed cover and handle, the body with two leaf cast handles and raised on leaf cast scroll legs, 16in (40cm). (1) €150 - 250 203 A CELTIC STYLE TWO HANDLE MODERN SILVER TROPHY CUP, Dublin, 1951; together with a large silver plated jumping tankard, 8in (20cm), 153g and a pierced and plated sugar basket with blue glass liner and swing handle, 3.75in (9cm). (3) €100 - 200

196 A SEVEN PIECE HEAVY SILVER PLATED CONDIMENT SET, comprising three lidded mustard pots, with liners, raised on lion mask paw feet; a pair of matching salt tubs with liners and a pair of matching pepper castors; together with another four piece set comprising a pair of vase shaped pepper castors on lion paw feet and a pair of boat shaped salts with liners. (11) €80 - 120

204 A SET OF TWELVE TAPER PATTERN SILVER PLATED FISH KNIVES, together with another set of six fish knives; a set of six silver plated fish forks and a set of ten silver plated fish forks and two other fish knives. (36) €80 - 100

197 A LARGE OVAL SILVER PLATED TURKEY OR VENISON DISH, 19th century, the bead moulded edge with two scroll handles and a hot water cavity, on bun feet, 27in (69cm). (1) €180 - 220

205 A SERPENTINE SHAPED SILVER TRINKET TRAY, chased with foliage and a garden scene with figures, Chester 1905, 10.5in (27cm), 150g. (1) €100 - 150

198 A SET OF THREE VICTORIAN GRADUATING SILVER PLATED OVAL MEAT DISH COVERS, the foliate handles resting on acanthus leaves, with gadroon rims, the largest, 16.5in (40cm) wide; the others, 13.5in (34cm) wide and 12in (29.5cm) wide (the smallest with some dents). (3) €150 - 250

206 A SET OF TEN SILVER PLATED DINNER FORKS; ten dessert spoons; four table spoons; three fiddle pattern dessert spoons; a plated sauce ladle and two odd forks. (30) €60 - 70

199 A THREE PIECE SILVER PLATED TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE, comprising a baluster shaped coffee pot, a matching tea pot and a sugar bowl and cover. (3) €80 - 120

207 A STERLING SILVER CREAM JUG, a small sterling bon-bon basket; a small sterling campana shaped urn; a pair of plated ogee shaped salts with blue liners; a pair of plated pepper castors; a sterling sugar tongs; a long cocktail spoon and a pair of plated campana shaped urns. (11) €100 - 200



208 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS PLATEWARE, a silver plated coffee pot in George II style; a pierced and silver plated sugar castor; another cut glass sugar castor with plated mounts; a silver plated souffle dish with rope edge and handles and a glass liner, supporting a domed cover with eagle finial. (5) €50 - 80

215 214 A PAIR OF IRISH SILVER PAPER KNIVES OR PAGE TURNERS, by Royal Irish Dublin 1973, 7.75in (20cm), 119g; together with a Continental silver cigarette box, early 20th century. (3) €80 - 100

209 A CIRCULAR SILVER PLATED ENTREE DISH, cover and handle with gadroon edge, 11in (28cm); three silver plated toast racks; an oval pierced dish stand. (5) €30 - 50

215 A SMALL VICTORIAN CRESTED SILVER SALVER OR CARD TRAY, London 1854, by Hans & Son, with shell and scroll edge, on three scroll legs, 9in (23cm), 378g. (1)

210 A LARGE SILVER PLATED PUNCH BOWL, 20th century, with gadroon edge and two lion mask and ring handles, 13in (33cm), together with a pierced and silver plated tray, 16in (41cm). (2) €50 - 70

See illustration

€180 - 250


211 A TWO HANDLE SILVER PLATED CAMPANA SHAPED CHAMPAGNE COOLER, with half reeded body on a stem base, 12in (30cm). (1) €120 - 160

217 A WILLIAM IV SILVER SEVEN COMPARTMENT CRUET STAND, with leaf and shell cast handle on four cartouche scroll legs, 7.5in (19cm). (1) €100 - 200

212 A SILVER PLATED WINE JUG, a plated cocktail maker, a plated wine pourer with basket frame, a plated asparagus tongs, a plated three compartment shell dish, a jam pot with plated cover, a hip flask, and six silver plated miniature brandy balloons. (a lot) €30 - 50

217A AN IRISH FIDDLE PATTERN AND CRESTED SILVER SOUP LADEL, Dublin 1825 by R.L probably Richard Garde, 218g, 14.5in (37cm) €200 - 300 218 A STERLING SILVER BOAT SHAPED BREAD OR CAKE DISH, with scroll cast edge, 13in (33cm), 378g. (1) €80 - 120

213 A RECTANGULAR SILVER PLATED ENTRÉE DISH AND COVER, 10in (26cm), a silver plated two compartment jam or butter dish, with cranberry glass bowls, on scroll legs and a silver plated swing handled cake basket. (3) €30 - 60

219 AN ATTRACTIVE PAIR OF IRISH ROCOCO STYLE SILVER CANDLESTICKS, by Royal Irish Dublin 1975, each with a tri-form frame with leaf scroll, supporting a leaf cast urn socket and drip tray, 7in (18cm), 1214g. (2) €600 - 900 220 AN ART DECO SILVER CIGARETTE BOX, Birmingham 1936, with three panel machine turned arched top, 6.5in (17cm). (1)


See illustration

€100 - 150 26

221 A RECTANGULAR SILVER CIGARETTE CASE, London 1900, 7in (18cm). (1) €40 - 60

225 A SILVER OGEE-SHAPED CREAM JUG, London 1809, with reeded handle and edge, 99g.,3in (8cm). (1). €80 - 120 225A A SQUARE BIRMINGHAM SILVER MACHINE TURNED SILVER CIGERETTE CASE, C. 1902; together with another presentation silver ditto, Birmingham c. 1960; a silver card case, Birmingham 1909 and a machine turned silver cigarette case late Birmingham marks and a pair of oval pierced silver bon bon dishes, Birmingham. (6) €100 - 150

222 222 A THREE-PIECE SILVER TEA SERVICE, George III, by R & S Hennell, London, 1803, comprising: a half reeded tea pot with gadroon edge and stone spout, and a matching sugar bowl and jug, 1104g. (3) See illustration

€350 - 550

226 226 A HEAVY IRISH CHASED SILVER CREAM JUG, by Royal Irish Dublin 1973, of helmet form on three lion mask and paw feet, 4.25in (11cm), 236g. (1)

223 223 A THREE PIECE SILVER TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE, Birmingham, 1940, including an oval ogee shaped teapot on four scroll legs under a pierced rim and a cream jug, 954g. (3)

See illustration

€100 - 200

227 A silver cream jug c. 1900, 3.5” (9cm), 83g. (1). €40 - 60

See illustration

€250 - 350

228 GRAHAM ISOM (B.1945), Lady Riding Side Saddle with Horse Head Study and Hound Studies, W.C. and oil, signed lower left, 15in (38cm)h x 19.5in (50cm)w. (1) €700 - 1100 224

229 A HALF REEDED SILVER HOT WATER POT, Sheffield 1902 with ebony handle, on stem base, 7.5in (19cm), 412g. (1) €80 - 120

224 A VICTORIAN SILVER TEA POT, by W.H. probably William Hall, London, of pumpkin shape on stem foot, 742g. (1) See illustration

€300 - 400


230 A HEAVY VICTORIAN CRESTED SILVER SALT, London 1849, by W. Mann, chased with flowers and scrolls on 3 pad feet, 109g, 3in (8cm); together with a Glasgow silver tazza with hammered decoration, c. 1916, 3in (8cm), 91g. (2) €80 - 120 231


231 A CASED SILVER PLATED TEA SERVICE, comprising stemmed tea pot, two handled bowl, a jug, tea spoons and a sugar tongs, all in fitted case. (1)


See illustration

€350 - 420 232

232 A GEORGE I SILVER TANKARD, London 1721, by Thomas Mason, with scroll handle and reeded rim, 3.75in (9.5cm) 157g. (1) See illustration

€180 - 220



233 A SMALL GEORGE III SILVER TANKARD, LONDON 1802, with two reeded bands and a shaped handle, 2.75in (7cm), 92g. (1) See illustration

€140 - 160


See illustration

234 A HEAVY VICTORIAN SILVER CHRISTENING MUG, London 1876 by WS & GS, chased with ferns and monogramme, 3.5in (9cm) 22gr. (1)

€80 - 100

237 A VICTORIAN REEDED AND BRIGHT CUT SILVER JUG, by Jas. Dixon & Sons Sheffield 1873, 202g, 4in (10cm). (1)

See illustration

See illustration

235 A VICTORIAN PEAR SHAPED SILVER CREAM JUG, London 1851, embossed with flowers and scrolls on stem foot, 3.5in (9cm), 89g. (1)

238 A VICTORIAN SILVER BOWL, London 1884, by TB & JH, half reeeded and embossed with drapery and ribbon bows, 182g, 4.5in (11.5cm). (1)

€100 - 150

€80 - 120

€140 - 160

€80 - 120


236 A VICTORIAN SUGAR BOWL, London 1885, by Chap Stuart Harris, profusely chased with scrolling foliage, 95g, 2.75in (7cm). (1)

See illustration


See illustration

239 A VICTORIAN SILVER SUGAR BOWL, London 1870, with shaped and lead hammered edge raised on 3 lion mask and scroll legs, 5in (13cm), 118g. (1)

244 A SILVER SAUCE BOAT, London 1935 (Jubilee Mark), of helmet form with gadroon edge, on three shell capped pad feet, 224g. (1) €140 - 170

€240 - 260

245 A GEORGE III IRISH SILVER SUGAR BOWL, Dublin 1785, with bead hammered edge on fluted body, with three pad feet, 5.25in (14cm), 185g. (1)

See illustration


240 AN EDWARDIAN SILVER SUGAR BOWL, of circular spiral fluted form, on three pad feet, London 1907 4.5in (12cm), 163g. (1) €180 - 220 240

241 A VERY UNUSUAL VICTORIAN SILVER TEA POT, London 1882, by JA & JS with half reeded pear shaped body, chased with drapes and tassels, under a gadroon collar and a domed lid with urn finial, 341g, 6.25in (16cm). (1) See illustration

€250 - 320 241


242 A CELTIC STYLE SILVER CUP, Birmingham 1928, 4in (10cm) 144g. (1) €100 - 150 243 A TWO HANDLED SILVER CELTIC STYLE SUGAR BOWL, Birmingham 1913, 6in (15cm), 171g. (1) €100 - 150

See illustration

€240 - 320

246 A PAIR OF SILVER CONTINENTAL SILVER AND SILVER GILT SHELL SHAPED BOWLS, each on three shell feet, 5.25in (13cm), 239g. (1) €270 - 320 247 A SILVER CRESTED AND LIDDED TANKARD, George III London 1738, probably by Richard Bayley, chased with scrolling foliage, c-scrolls and cartouches, the domed cover with an arched thumb piece and scroll handle, 7.25in (19cm), 781g. (1)

See illustration

€1200 - 1600 248 AN ATTRACTIVE VICTORIAN CHASED SILVER SUGAR BASKET, London 1877, by Eliz. Eaton, with shaped bead edge above a panelled band, depicting figures animals and fish on oval stem base and with swing handle, 284g, 7in (18cm). (1) See illustration

€300 - 450


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251 251 A SILVER TWO HANDLED TROPHY CUP, Birmingham 1925, on stem base, raised on an ebonised plinth, 1164g, 14in (36cm)w. (1)

249 249 A LATE 18th CENTURY SCOTTISH SILVER MOUNTED HORN SNUFF MULL, the hinged cover overlaid with silver thistle, the collar mount inscribed William Bowman and also inscribe R. Gale, 6.25in (16cm). (1)

See illustration

€550 - 750

252 A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER CHRISTENING MUG, London 1890, with half spiral reeded body, by GMJ, 3.75 (10) 132g. and another small embossed silver mug, Birmingham 1906 49g, 3in (8cm). (2) €100 - 150

See illustration

€400 - 500

253 AN IRISH SILVER BRIGHT CUT TEA SPOON, by John Shields, Dublin 1768, an Irish Victorian silver egg or mustard spoon 1855, a silver salt spoon, a silver claw grip sugar nips and a .5 and .25 gilt plated measure. (6) €70 - 80

254 250

254 A GOOD VICTORIAN SILVER DESK STAND, London 1872 by R. Hennell with two glass and silver mounted ink bottles and silver mounted square base, 715gr, 11in (28cm). (1)

250 A HEAVY IRISH SILVER TWO HANDLED SILVER TROPHY CUP AND COVER, late George III Dublin 1816, by Jas Scott, profusely embossed with flowers, scrolls, cartouches, the cover surmounted by an archer, 13.5in (34cm). (1)

See illustration

€600 - 800

255 A HEAVY RECTANGULAR 19th CENTURY SILVER MACHINE TURNED GERMAN SNUFF BOX, with gilt interior, 3in (8cm) 87gr. (1)

See illustration

€1800 - 2500

See illustration on page 31

€200 - 300


259 A VICTORIAN MACHINE TURNED SILVER SNUFF BOX, by J.B, London 1874, of rectangular form, 2.5in (6.5cm), 62g. (1) See illustration

€180 - 250

260 A PLAIN OBLONG SILVER SNUFF BOX (925), 2.75in (7cm), a smaller ditto with embossed cover, 1.5in (4cm) and an oblong chased Dutch silver snuff box, 3.25in (8cm), 106g. (3)


See illustration

€80 - 150

256 A WHITE METAL BOOK FORM SNUFF BOX, probably Indian, 2in (5cm), another white metal ditto and a Chinese metal snuff box, 1.75in (4.5) (3) €70 - 90


€150 - 220

257 A VERY FINE 19th CENTURY FRENCH SILVER GILT SNUFF BOX, profusely chased with scrolling foliage, the rectangular body of flat cushion form, 3in (7.8cm) 79g. (1)

262 A 19th CENTURY CONTINENTAL SILVER SNUFF BOX, machine turned and of rectangular form, 3.5in (6cm), 41g. (1)

See illustration

€600 - 800

See illustration

€150 - 220

258 A SERPENTINE SHAPED SILVER TABLE SNUFF BOX, late Victorian, Birmingham 1894, chased with foliage, 3in (8cm), 120g. (1)

263 A RECTANGULAR FRENCH SILVER SNUFF BOX, late 19th century, machine turned and chased with flowers and bird, 3.5in (6cm), 47g. (1)

See illustration

€250 - 350


See illustration

€100 - 150





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264 A GOOD RECTANGULAR MACHINE TURNED SILVER SNUFF BOX, by Edward Smith 1832, with floral chased clasp and engine turned panels, 3in (7.5cm) 89gr. (1)

267 267 A LATE WILLIAM IV CHASED AND MACHINE TURNED AND SILVER TABLE SNUFF BOX, by Joseph Wilmore, Birmingham 1837, presented by the members of The Tent of Righteousness Benefit Society, profusely chased with flowers and foliage, 3.5in (9cm), 188gr. (1)

See illustration

€350 - 450

See illustration

€600 - 900

265 265 A RECTANGULAR GEORGE IV SILVER SNUFF BOX, London 1822, probably by William Elliot, engine turned, wriggle work panels around oval cartouches, 3in (8cm), 86g. (1)


See illustration

268 A 19th CENTURY AUSTRIA-HUNGARY NEILLO WORK TABLE SNUFF BOX, worked with delicate scrolling foliage, 3.5in (9cm), 97g.(1)

€400 - 500

See illustration

€300 - 400



266 AN EARLY VICTORIAN RECTANGULAR SILVER SNUFF BOX, by T Eley, London 1937, engine turned with chased foliate cast, 3.5in (6.5cm), 68g. (1)

269 AN UNUSUAL OVAL GEORGE III SILVER SNUFF BOX, by Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham 1802, the rectangular cover with a red marble inset, chased with a trellis design, 2.25in (6cm), 33g. (1)

See illustration

€200 - 300

See illustration

€180 - 250 32

270 A HEAVY RECTANGULAR MACHINE TURNED WHITE METAL TABLE SNUFF BOX, 2.75in (7cm) and another silver plated boat shaped table snuff box, profusely chased with flowers and foliage, 3.25in (8cm) . (2) €140 - 180 271 A RECTANGULAR SILVER 19th CENTURY SNUFF BOX, probably Dutch with bowed ends, 3.25in (6cm) and another rectangular Dutch embossed silver snuff box, late 19th century and a white metal snuff box. (3) €150 - 200

275 276 A GEORGE III SILVER SNUFF BOX, of curved form, by Matthew Linwood, Birmingham 1805, 2.25in (6cm), 47g. (1)

272 A RECTANGULAR CHASED SILVER PENDANT VESTA CASE, by J.R 1908, 2in (5cm), a small oval pill on sniff box, Birmingham 1919, 1.5in (4cm) and one other larger embossed ditto, Birmingham 1918, combined weight 53g. (3) €70 - 120

See illustration

€180 - 220

273 A WILLIAM IV SILVER MACHINE TURNED SNUFF BOX, by Joseph Willmore, Birmingham c.1835, 2in (5cm). (1) See illustration

€200 - 300

274 A RECTANGULAR SERPENTINE SHAPED SILVER SNUFF BOX, London 1889, by F.M. chased with foliage, 2.25in(7cm), 33gr. (1) See illustration

€180 - 250


275 A RECTANGULAR SILVER PRESENTATION TABLE SNUFF BOX, by Joseph Wilmore, Birmingham 1838, machine turned with floral clasp, presented to Mr. John Lovell Palsholm, Paper Mill as a token of their esteem for him as Foremen, July 1845, 3in (8cm), 98g. (1)

277 AN EXTREMELY FINE GEORGE III BRIGHT CUT SILVER SNUFF BOX, by T. Phipps & E. Robinson, London 1797, of rectangular form with canted corners, invisible hige, 2.25in (6cm). (1)

See illustration

See illustration

€450 - 650

€1000 - 1500


274 33



278 A HEAVY VICTORIAN CHASED AND ENGINE TURNED SILVER PRESENTATION TABLE SNUFF BOX, by Nathaniel Hills, Birmingham 1842, presented to Stair Gairduer by his workmen as a small token of their esteem for him both as a master and a man, 2nd October 1944, with floral chased edges and engine turned panels, 3in (8cm), 111gr. (1) See illustration

€500 - 700


279 A VERY FINE SILVER CASTLE TOP SNUFF BOX, by Nathaniel Hills, Birmingham 1838, the cover chased with a view of Windsor Castle, near mint condition, 2.75in (7cm). (1)

280 A GEORGE IV RECTANGULAR SILVER MACHINE TURNED SNUFF BOX, by C & S Birmingham 1824, with chased floral clasp, 3in (7.5cm) 58g. (1)

See illustration

See illustration

€1500 - 2200

€350 - 550

281 A RARE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE SILVER MOUNTED NUT SHELL CRESTED SNUFF BOX, by John Townsend (ACT. 18241841) C. 1830, the crest depicting a lion rampant above the monogram RCH and the motto, British Pseudo Hallmarks Persevero Et Prospero, 2.25in (6cm). (1) See illustration on page 35

€2000 - 3000

278 34



282 282 A RECTANGULAR ENGINE TURNED SILVER SNUFF BOX, by Edward Smith, Birmingham 1833, with scroll cast clasp, 2.5in (6.5cm), 74gr. (1) See illustration


€300 - 500

284 A GOOD OVAL GEORGE III BRIGHT CUT SILVER SNUFF BOX, by Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham 1813, 3in (8cm), 51g. (1)

283 A GEORGE IV RECTANGULAR SILVER CASKET SHAPED SNUFF BOX, by T Pemberton & Sons Birmingham 1822, chased with scrolling foliage, 2.25in (6cm) 40g. (1)

See illustration

€450 - 550

See illustration

€250 - 350

285 A HEAVY RECTANGULAR SILVER PRESENTATION SNUFF BOX, by A.T. Birmingham 1857, profusely chased with scrolling foliage, presented to H.V.L Frances, by his friend Thomas Botteley 1873, 3in (7.5cm), 46g. (1) See illustration

€350 - 550

285 35

286 286 A VERY FINE RECTANGULAR SILVER GILT MACHINE TURNED CRESTED SNUFF BOX, by Ledsam, Vale & Wheeler Birmingham 1829, with bowed ends and floral chased edge, 3.25in (8cm), 70gr. (1) See illustration

€450 - 550

289 289 A 19th CENTURY MACHINE TURNED RECTANGULAR SILVER FRENCH SNUFF BOX, with curved sides, 2in (5cm), 29g. (1)

See illustration

€100 - 150 287 287 A GOOD RECTANGULAR VICTORIAN CHASED SILVER SNUFF BOX, by H & T Birmingham C. 1851 with bowed ends, on concave body, 3.5in (9cm) 76gr. (1) See illustration

€300 - 500

290 290 A RECTANGULAR GEORGE III SILVER SNUFF BOX, London 1799, by George Baskerville, 3.25in (6cm) 29g. (1) See illustration

€180 - 220 288 288 A RECTANGULAR GERMAN SILVER SNUFF BOX, late 19th century, chased with the classical scene Aurora in the Chariot across the Sky, 3in (7.5cm) 63gr. (1) See illustration


€200 - 300


291 A RECTANGULAR SILVER MACHINE TURNED SNUFF BOX, by Thomas Shaw, Birmingham 1836, 2.25in (6cm) 49g. (1)

296 AN IRISH SILVER FIDDLE-PATTERN SUGAR TONGS, Dublin 1810, another similar, Dublin 1895, and a third by Samuel Neville, Dublin c.1808. (3) €50 - 80

See illustration on page 36

€250 - 320

297 TWO RUSSIAN SILVER AND NEILLO WORK PARASOL HANDLES. (2) €30 - 50 298 Six silver plated Bottle Labels, for Port, Moselle, Rum, Ginger, Marsala, and Whiskey, together with five enamel Labels for Whiskey, gin, Chartreuse, Sherry & Scotch Whiskey. (11) €50 - 70

292 292 A RECTANGULAR GEORGE III SILVER CUSHION SHAPED SNUFF BOX, with reeded decoration, by J.S. Birmingham 1811, 2.75in (7cm), 57g. (1)

299 AN EDWARDIAN DIAMOND SET GOLD PENDANT, with scroll decoration. (1) €150 - 250

See illustration

€200 - 300

293 A FINE VICTORIAN RECTANGULAR SILVER PRESENTATION SNUFF BOX, by N& R Birmingham 1859, of cushion form, profusely chased with scrolling foliage, presented to N. K Marsh Esq. by his old friend and patient John Conway 1860, 3in (8cm). (1)

300 A 9K GOLD MUSIC SHEET BROOCH, with musical notes, set with small diamond, emerald and sapphire.(1) €180 - 250 301 A GOLD HEART SHAPED PENDANT OR CHAIN LOCK, set with a single oval garnet. (1) €150 - 200

See illustration

€250 - 350

294 TWO SIMILAR OVAL SILVER SNUFF BOXES, one Chester 1899, the other London 1904, combined weight 129 g. (1) €100 - 150

301A A PINCHBECK MUFF CHAIN, another Pinchbeck chain and locket, a dew drop leaf brooch, a heart shaped dew drop pendant, a wrist watch bracelet. (5) €80 - 90

295 AN ART NOUVEAU SILVER SNUFF BOX, London 1901, by W. Comyns & Sons, the cover embossed with cherubs and another shell form snuff box, London 1904, 3in (7.5cm) combined weight 110g. (2) €150 - 220

302 AN ATTRACTIVE OVAL DIAMOND AND RUBY CLUSTER RING, on a yellow gold band. (1) See illustration

€80 - 150

302 293


303 A PAIR OF ATTRACTIVE GOLD EAR STUDS, each in the form of an interlaced knot. (2) €100 - 200



304 304 A 9K WHITE GOLD CHAIN, with solitaire diamond pendant. (1) See illustration

€200 - 300

307 AN 18K GOLD SWISS KEY WIND LADIES PENDANT WATCH, by Amiel Geneva, no. 3887, cylinder escapement, eight jewels in machine turned case, 1.25in (3.5cm) overall weight 24g. (1) See illustration

€350 - 420

310 310 A VERY GOOD DIAMOND SOLITAIRE RING, the centre brilliant cut stone flanked to either shoulder with 3 baguette cut stones, 1.60ct SI J. Colour. (1) See illustration

305 AN 18K TWO COLOUR GOLD LADIES WRIST WATCH, and bracelet, with diamond bezel. (1) €150 - 250

€3800 - 5200

308 308 A TOURMALINE AND DIAMOND DRESS RING, the large Tourmaline set within six diamonds, on 18K yellow gold band, diamond weight approx 1ct. (1) See illustration

306 306 A LATE VICTORIAN 14K GOLD LADIES FOB WATCH, with keyless back movement and an enamel dial, with Roman numerals, .25in (3.5cm) 33g. (1)

€700 - 900

309 AN 18K GOLD MASONIC PENDANT BROOCH, inscribed Companion C.L Ferdinands Lanka Chapter, no 107 JC 1865, 28g. (1) See illustration

€1400 - 1600

311 311 A FINE DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, set on a plat band with central round brilliant cut diamond, within 11 marquise cut diamonds, total diamond weight 1.5ct. (1) See illustration

€2800 - 3500 312 A VERY FINE 3 STONE DIAMOND RING, set with 3 round brilliant cut stones, 1.4ct approx, on white gold band. (1) See illustration

See illustration

€2500 - 3500

€340 - 380



314 318 318 A 9K GOLD MEDAL, inscribed Feir Capan, dated 1919 in Gaelic, 6g. (1) See illustration

€100 - 200

312A 312A A GOOD VICTORIAN OPAL AND DIAMOND RING, with three oval opals on ornate 18k yellow gold band. (1) See illustration

€1000 - 1200

315 315 A FINE DIAMOND AND EMERALD CLUSTER RING, the centre large diamond within 8 smaller diamonds and an outer band of 8 emeralds on 18k white gold band, the emeralds .50ct, the diamonds 1.5ct. (1)

319 FOUR SMALL TWO HANDLED SILVER TROPHY CUPS, one with cover and two larger ditto, combined weight 439g. (6) €80 - 150

See illustration

€1800 - 2500 316 A 9K GOLD ALBERT WATCH CHAIN, with t-bar, 36g.(1) 313


See illustration

€250 - 320

313 A FIVE STONE DIAMOND RING, set with round brilliant cut stones, on an 18k gold band, diamond weight approx 1ct. (1)

320 A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, on 18k white gold band, the single sapphire within a band of ten round brilliant cut diamonds, weight 1ct approx. (1)

€1800 - 2200

€1400 - 1600

See illustration

See illustration

314 AN ATTRACTIVE 18K GOLD GENTS DIAMOND RING, with large centre cut brilliant diamond, inside a band of smaller diamonds, 1ct approx, on simulated basket weave band. (1) See illustration

€2500 - 3200

317 317 A RARE 9K GOLD CLOAK CLASP OR BROOCH, probably Cumann na mBan, 39g. (1) See illustration

€100 - 200



326 A LARGE CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN BASIN OR BOWL, decorated with children playing amongst foliage, 10in (26cm)h x 18in (46cm)w. (1) See illustration

€800 - 1000 322


327 A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE BALUSTER VASE, decorated with figures in landscapes, 16in (41cm). (1) €200 - 300

321 AN ATTRACTIVE OPAL AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, on 14k yellow gold band, the oval opal inside a band of twelve brilliant cut diamonds, weight approx 1ct. (1)

328 A CHINESE LIGHT BROWN GROUND BOTTLE VASE, with purplish tint, and flared neck, the based drilled through a blue seal mark, 12in (31cm). (1) €250 - 350

See illustration on page 39

€1000 - 1500

322 A 14K YELLOW GOLD OPAL RING, square set. (1) See illustration

329 A BLUE AND WHITE ROULEAU VASE, decorated with figures in clouds and roof tops amongst waves, 10.5in (27cm). (1) €150 - 250

€700 - 900

323 AN 18K GOLD GENTS MASONIC SIGNET RING, 8gr. (1) See illustration

330 A LARGE HEAVY CYLINDRICAL CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE BASIN OR BOWL, decorated with flowers and fruit, within two wave bands, 6in (15cm)h x 13in (33cm)d. (1)

€240 - 260

324 A GENTS KEYLESS SILVER POCKET WATCH, by Waltham and another heavy coin silver America Gents Watch, a Waltham Gold plated keyless pocket watch, a silver Albert watch chain, four pairs of gents cuff links, a pair of studs, a triple stone opal ring and one other ring. (a lot) €100 - 200

See illustration

€500 - 600

331 A SMALL EARTHENWARE JUG, of pear form, 6.5in (17cm). (1) €20 - 30

325 A HEAVY 14K GOLD GENTS CRESTED SIGNET RING, 13g. (1) €280 - 350


330 40

331A A JAPANESE CARVED MODEL OF A TIGER, another smaller carved wooden netsuke of a tiger and a monkey form carved netsuke. (3) €50 - 80

335 AN OLIVE GREEN STONEWARE CHINESE POT, with two lion mask handles and impressed seal mark to base, 6.5in (16cm). (1) €200 - 300 336 AN UNUSUAL LARGE BLUE, WHITE AND RED VASE, decorated with rats on fruiting vines, 22in (56cm). (1)

See illustration


€300 - 400

332 A PAIR OF BALUSTER SHAPED CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE JARS, each decorated with family groups, 9in (23cm). (1)


337 A PAIR OF CHINESE CARVED SOAPSTONE MODELS OF TEMPLE LIONS, probably bookends, each on rectangular moulded base, 6.5in (17cm). (2) €100 - 120

See illustration

€400 - 500

333 A CHINESE CELADON GROUND VASE, of baluster form, with flowers and fruit n relief, blue seal mark to base, 9in (23cm). (1)

337A THREE CARVED JAPANESE WOODEN NETSUKES, one of a recumbent lion, the other a monkey and one of a cat holding a fish. (3) €50 - 80

338 A LARGE MINTON STYLE AMPHORA TYPE MAJOLICA VASE, in green yellow and blue glazes, with flowers portraits and anthemions in relief, on a conforming stand with classical figures in panels, of square tapering form, on square flared base, 63in (160cm) combined height. (2)

See illustration

€300 - 400


334 334 A CIRCULAR CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE CABINET OR CHAIR PANEL, decorated with figure and donkey in a landscape, 11in (28cm). (1)

See illustration

€800 - 1200

See illustration

€200 - 300

338 41


340 A VERY GOOD SET OF TEN REGENCY PERIOD AND BRASS MOUNTED DINING CHAIRS, each with a rope and bead moulded top rail and a double bar cross rail, with spiral reeded splats, above a cane seat and loose cushion, raised on front sabre legs. (10)

339 A FINE PAIR OF GEORGE IV PERIOD MAHOGANY PIER CUPBOARDS, each rectangular reeded top with front rounded corners, above a nicely figured panel door, with cruciform reeded moulding, flanked to either side with half turned reeded columns to either side on turned legs, 35.25in (90cm)h x 24in (61cm)w. (2)

See illustration

€2700 - 3500

See illustration

€3800 - 4500



342 19th CENTURY INDIAN SCHOOL (RAJASTHAN) Krishna and cowgirls, with figure in dark clouds beyond, gouache on cloth (linen and mixed media), 19in (48cm)h x 31in (79cm) w. (1) €400 - 600 342A A FRENCH PALISSY STYLE TRUMPE L’OEIL DISH, 19th century, modelled with snake and lizard, 6in (15cm). (1) €80-120 343 A FINE PAIR OF VERY ORNATE BRASS MOUNTED DEMI LUNE COMMODES, each with a heavy rouge and white marble top, above a frieze with ornate gilt brass mounts in the form of scrolling foliage and a central drawer, above a conforming cupboard door, inlaid with a trellis pattern and leaf sprays and conforming panels to either side, raised on leaf and scroll cast legs, 44in (112cm)h x 49in (124cm). (2)

341 341 A 19th CENTURY FRENCH EBONIZED AND BOULLE SIDE CABINET, with brass mounts and white marble top, the arched and glaze door flanked to either side with two cherubs, on a shaped plinth base, 43.25in (110cm)h x 36in (91cm). (1)

See illustration

€8000 - 12000

See illustration

€800 - 1200



344 A PERSIAN TABRIZ RUG, with centre red medallion, with geometric patterns, on a dark blue floral field, inside a wide conforming border, 7ft 2 in (218cm) x 4ft 3 in (128cm). €120 - 170 345 19th CENTURY CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, Children by a Stately Mansion Making Garlands of Flowers,While Seated on a Garden Bench, oil on copper panel, 16in (41cm) x 19in (48cm). (1)

345 348 AFTER JACOB MORE, a pair of coloured prints, A View from Capo Di Monte, 18in (46cm)h x 26in (66cm); together with it’s companion View of the Bay of Puzzole. (2) €200 - 300

See illustration

€400 - 600

346 AN EIGHT COMPARTMENT OAK STICK STAND, on turned supports, 30in (76cm)h x 14in (36cm). (1) €80 - 150

349 A PAIR OF JAPANESE KUTANI VASES, c. 1900, of baluster form, each with a flared neck and decorated with flowers and panels of peacocks amongst foliage, on a flared and moulded base, 20in (51cm). (2) €200 - 300


347 A VERY ATTRACTIVE GRAINED ROSEWOOD AND MARQUETRY CYLINDER BUREAU DE DAME, with three quarter pierced brass gallery, above a vacant compartment, the cylinder front inlaid with floral sprays and birds, opening to reveal a fitted interior, drawers and a writing surface and a concealed frieze drawer, raised on four cabriole legs with brass mounts, 47.5in (121cm)h x 34in (86cm). (1)

350 350 A 19th CENTURY CARVED GILTWOOD OVERMANTLE, the carved rustic frame with vine crest, around a mirror plate, 75in (190cm)h x 64in (163cm). (1)

See illustration

See illustration

€800 - 1500

€2000 - 2500 44

351 351 ALEXANDER FREDRICK ROLFE, (18151907), The Thames from Richmond Hill, O.O.C, signed and dated lower right 1855, 16in (41h c 30in (75cm). (1)

352 DAVID GEORGE STEELL, (1856-1930), Two Hunters Sheltering under a Tree, with Large Stately Home Beyond, W.C, signed and dated 1896 lower left, 25.5in (65cm)h x 38in (96cm). (1)

€1500 - 2200

€1500 - 2500

See illustration

See illustration

352 45

353 A BRONZE AND GILT BRONZE FIGURE OF A BUDDHA, 19th century, seated with legs crossed, on a lotus bud base, 8in (20cm) €300 - 500 354 A VERY UNUSUAL SATINWOOD YEW WOOD AND MAHOGANY LONG CASE CLOCK, profusely inlaid with Dutch pastoral scene, windmills, figures, animals and birds, in specimen timbers, with swan neck pediment above an inlaid frieze with square brass dial with Roman and Arabic Numerals, subsidiary dial for seconds and date aperture, above an arched trunk door, on a moulded box base, and raised on tall bracket feet, 88in (224cm)h x 21in (53cm). (1) See illustration

€2500 - 3500 355 JACQUES FRANCOIS CARABAIN (1834-1933), Street Scene with Figures, Vernazza Italy, O.O.C, signed lower left, also signed and inscribed artist label verso, 21in (53cm0h x 14in (36cm). (1) See illustration on page 47

€1500 - 2500

356 AN 18th CENTURY CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE VASE, of octagonal baluster form, decorated with figures in landscapes and foliage, on a tapering base, with band of leaves, 12in (30cm). (1) See illustration

€1500 - 2500


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357 357 THOMAS ROSE MILES, (ACT. 1869-1906), A Coming Storm, Ebb Tide on the Goodwin Sands, O.O.C, signed lower left and inscribed verso, 30in (76cm)h x 49in (125cm)w. (1)

358 A CHINESE BRONZE BUST OF A BEARDED MAN, head and shoulders on a loose marble stand in the form of a book volume, 6.5in (16.5cm). (2) €100 - 200

See illustration

€1800 - 2500

359 A SEMI ANTIQUE MALAYER RUNNER, with rows of hooked gulls, on a dark blue ground, inside a triple iron red and ivory border, 16 ft 5 in (500cm)x 3 ft 5in (103cm). (1) €200 - 300 360 AN IRISH GEORGIAN PERIOD MAHOGANY AND BRASS BOUND PEAT BUCKET, of tapering cylindrical form, with brass swing handle, 18.5in (47cm). (1)

See illustration

€2800 - 2500 361 A LARGE PERSIAN HERIZ CARPET, with large star shaped ivory floral medallion, on dark blue and red ground with stylized flowers, with conforming spandrels and borders, 13ft 8 (415 cm) in x 10ft 4in (315cm). (1) €400 - 600 360 48

362 A CHINESE CARVED AND PIERCED HARDWOOD FOUR FOLD SCREEN, each leaf inset with a vertical blue and white porcelain panel depicting landscapes, each panel 29in (74cm) x 8.5in (21cm); the screen 67.5in (171cm) high, 73in (185cm) wide, extended. (1) €250 - 500 363 A JAPANESE SWORD, with carved bone handle and scabbard, 30in (76cm). (1) €150 - 200 364 A 19th CENTURY CANTONESE PORCELAIN VASE, with two pierced faux dog handles, decorated in bright enamels, with figures in interiors, birds, flowers and insects, 18in (46cm) as is; together with an other unusual shaped Cantonese vase, with elephant mask handles, 13.5in (34cm) as is. (2) €150 - 250 364A A SMALL CHINESE CARVED BAMBOO ROOD WOOD BRUSH POT, carved with lotus trees, 3.25in (8.5cm). (1) €100 - 200 365 A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN GARDEN SEAT, with curved back. (1) €100 - 200 366 A 19th CENTURY BRASS MOUNTED WALNUT BOOKCASE, with Kingwood banding, the moulded cornice above two glazed doors, on a base with two conforming solid panel doors and raised on a plinth, 86in (208cm)h x 49in (125cm). (1)

366 368 A VERY FINE GEORGE III PERIOD INLAID AND CROSS BANDED MAHOGANY SIDE BOARD, with serpentine shaped front, the inlaid and satin wood banded top above a central frieze drawer, above two fan inlaid spandrels, flanked to one side with a cellar drawer, in the form of two drawers, two conforming drawers to the opposite side, raised on six square tapering spade legs, the front legs headed with oval patriae, 35in (89cm)h x 66.5in (169cm)w x 26.5in (67cm) deep. (1) €1500 - 2000

See illustration

€1000 - 1500 367 A PAINTED AND CARVED WOODEN CENTRE TABLE, with circular marble top on a tri-dolphin support with platform base and scroll legs, 30” (76cms). (1) €180 - 250


369 369 A LARGE VICTORIAN GILT OVERMANTEL, crested with female portrait within an arch, issuing leaf floral scrolls above a tongue moulded cornice and an arched mirror plate, within a spiral reeded column with leaf spandrels below, 7ft (214cm) x 71in (180cm). (1)


See illustration

€300 - 600

370 19th CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, “Peasant Girl with Rake and Pitcher in a Landscape,” O.O.C., signed with monogram and dated 1887 lower right, 35.25in (90cm)h x 24in (61cm) w. (1) See illustration

€800 - 1200 371 EDWARD ALSTROP (ACT. 18801920), Two Terriers Catching a Rat in a Barn, O.O.C., 25in(64cm)h x 21.5in(55cm)w. (1) See illustration

€1500 - 2500

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374 A MAHOGANY OR RED WALNUT PARCEL PIER MIRROR, 18th century or later, the divided pediment and cartouche crest in shaped and leaf moulded frame, around a mirror plate, 50in (127cm) x 26.5in (57cm).(1) See illustration

€1000 - 2000


375 A FINE QUALITY ORNATE BRASS MOUNTED KING WOOD BONHEUR DU JOUR, with three quarter pierced brass gallery, on a domed top, above two panel cupboard doors, each inlaid with an oval Sevre style porcelain panel depicting a cherub, and two small drawers below, on a serpentine shaped base, with pull out writing slide and frieze drawer with conforming oval porcelain decorated panels, on brass mounted cabriole legs, with brass scroll feet, 51in (27cm)h x 30in (76cm). (1)


372 A WALNUT AND MARQUETRY CORNER CABINET, in the Victorian style, the floral inlaid frieze above a bowed glass door, enclosing two shelves, flanked with marquetry pilasters to either side, and raised on a plinth, 42in (107cm) h x 28in (71cm)w. (1)

See illustration

€4000 - 4500 376 A VERY ATTRACTIVE FRENCH TRANSITIONAL STYLE FLORAL MARQUETRY BUREAU A ABBATANT, with serpentine shaped rouge and white marble top, above a breakfront centre, the frieze drawer and a drop front writing surface, with fitted interior with drawers, and three further drawers below, raised on brass mounted scroll legs, 56in (142cm)h x 30in (76cm). (1)

See illustration

€500 - 700

373 A GEORGE III INLAID OAK HANGING CORNER CUPBOARD, with dentil moulded cornice and a single panel door, inlaid with a central oval fan, 43in (109cm)h x 28in (71cm)w. (1) €250 - 350

See illustration

€1300 - 1500


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378 377 AN OVAL DECORATED SATINWOOD OCCASIONAL TABLE, early 20th century, the top with musical trophies inside a ribbon and bead border, raised on 4 square tapering legs united by a shelf, 21in (53cm)w. (1) €100 - 150 378 A LARGE ATTRACTIVE CIRCULAR CENTRE TABLE OR DINING TABLE, in the William IV style, with parcel gilt, maple and burr wood bands, the Greek key moulded frieze on a square upward tapering concave panelled stem on quatrefoil platform, with Greek key moulding on a gilt leaf scroll legs, 5 ft 6in. (1)

380 380 A BRASS BOUND SLATTED MAHOGANY PLATE BUCKET, with swing handle and brass liner, 13in (33cm). (1)

See illustration

€1500 - 2500

See illustration

€550 - 650



379 A MAHOGANY DINING TABLE, in the George III style, by James Hicks of Dublin, the rectangular top with two spare leaves and projecting corners, raised on square tapering legs, on block feet, stamped, 9ft2in x 4ft. (1)

381 A GOOD MAHOGANY CONSOLE TABLE, with speckled black and white marble top, above a plain frieze, raised on square moulded chamfered legs, with pierced angles, 34.5in (88cm)h x 50in (127cm). (1)

See illustration

See illustration

€2500 - 3500

€1200 - 1600 52

388 A VERY ATTRACTIVE INLAID MAHOGANY AND SATINWOOD SIDE TABLE, the top with a central fan and floral marquetry, above a conforming inlaid frieze with drawer, on square tapering spade legs, 32.5in (83cm) x 48in (122cm). (1)

See illustration

€700 - 900

389 A FINE FRENCH WALNUT VITRINE, with pierced three quarter gallery and marble top, above a front serpentine shaped arched and glazed door, and conforming glazed side panels, on a table type base with marquetry and parquetry inlaid frieze, and a frieze drawer, on cabriole supports, united by a conforming shaped stretcher shelf, 60in (153cm)h x 31in (79cm)w. (1) €3200 - 3700

387 382 A TWO TIER BRASS MOUNTED WALNUT WALL BRACKET, with brass tubular rails and the trade name Rockhausen, 23in (58cm)h x 16in (41cm). (1) €180 - 250

390 A VICTORIAN CARVED WALNUT OPEN ARMCHAIR, the shaped and moulded frame with a button padded back, above a serpentine fronted seat and raised on front cabriole legs. (1) €500 - 600

383 AN EDWARDIAN WALNUT TELESCOPIC PIANO STOOL, with centre turned stem and raised on four turned legs, 19in (49cm). (1) €180 - 220

391 A set of four 19th Century coloured Engravings, each depicting an Exotic Feline after Wyman & Sons Ltd., “A Marbled Cat,” “A Fishing-Cat,” “A Tiger-Cat,” and “A Tiger,” 5” x 7” (12cms x 18cms), in attractive mount and frame. (4) €80 - 150

384 AN ATTRACTIVE INLAID MAHOGANY TRAY TOP PEDESTAL, with shield shaped adjustable mirror, above a cupboard door, raised on four square legs, united by a stretcher shelf, 54in (137cm)h x 18in (46cm). (1) €500 - 600

392 A EARLY ELECTION POSTER, Vote For Geoghegan, published by Eamon Donnelly and printed by the Fodhla Printing company Ltd. Dublin, mentioning Col. O’Higgins gets 3034, Dpt Higgins gets 360 per Annum and Dr. O Higgins MOH gets 1000 per anum, on green paper, 20in (51cm)h x 15in (38cm). (1)

385 A PAIR OF CIRCULAR INLAID WALNUT AND BRASS MOUNTED PEDESTALS, each with three drawers, raised on cabriole legs and united by a circular stretcher shelf, 32in (81cm). (2) €550 - 650

See illustration on page 54

€200 - 300

386 A MAHOGANY DINING ROOM ARMCHAIR, with lyre shaped slatted back, above a hide seat, on turned tapering fluted legs. (1) €200 - 300 387 TAXIDERMY, a stuffed and mounted gazelle head with horns, mounted on an oak shield shaped panel, 43in (109cm)h. (1)


See illustration

€440 - 480



395 395 A SERPENTINE SHAPED BOULLE VITRINE, O.R.M, with heavy brass mounts and a centre glaze door, and two shaped glazed panels to either side, raised on vase shaped legs, 69in (175cm)h x 55in (140cm). (1)

393 393 A STOP PRESS POBLACHT NA h-EIREANN, War News No. 5 Saturday Morning July 1st, 7th Year of the Republic, Headline The Fight Goes On, 22in (56cm)h x 15in (38cm). (1)

See illustration

€1500 - 2500

See illustration

€400 - 500

396 JOHN FAULKNER RHA (1835-1894), Pastoral Scene with Woman Driving Two Cattle by Thatched Farm House, W.C., signed lower left, 18.5in (47cm)h x 38in (96cm)w. (1) See illustration on page 17

€800 - 1200

394 394 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN INLAID WALNUT AND MARQUETRY CORNER CUPBOARDS, each with a bow front and an arched and moulded door, raised on a conforming plinth base, adapted 34in (87cm)h x 25.5in (65cm)w. (2) See illustration

€700 - 1100

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399 397 E. SWOBODA, (19th CENTURY CONTINENTAL SCHOOL), Alpine River Landscape with figures, O.O.C, signed lower left, 29in (79cm) x 39in (99cm)

402 A SET OF FOUR INLAID MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIRS, each with a pierced splat and shell inlaid and padded top rail. (4). €100 - 200

See illustration

€800 - 1200 398 A WALNUT AND CROSS BANDED DRESSER BASE, In the William and Mary style, with two long frieze drawers, above two similar drawers with secret spring release, raised on bulbous turned tapering supports, united by shaped flat board stretchers, on bun feet, 33in (84cm)h x 78in (199cm)w. (1) €400 - 600

403 AN IRISH REGENCY PERIOD MAHOGANY EBONY STRUNG AND LION INLAID SECRETAIRE SOFA TABLE, the D-shaped flaps flanking a pull out writing drawer, with ratchet adjustable writing slope, flanked with pen and ink compartments and another frieze drawer opening from either side and one mock frieze drawer, raised on double twin turned columns, united by a turned stretcher on reeded splayed legs and brass castors, 65in (165cm) ext. x 26in (86cm)d. (1)

399 AN ATTRACTIVE OVAL INLAID MARQUETRY CENTRE TABLE, in the style of William Moore, probably by James Hicks of Dublin, the top with central medallion or fan inside a marquetry band with conforming frieze on square tapering legs, 39in (99cm). (1)

See illustration

€1200 - 1800

See illustration

€800 - 1500 400 A GEORGE III PERIOD RED WALNUT OR MAHOGANY CARD TABLE, with pull out concertina action raised on front leaf carved cabriole legs with pad feet, 36in (92cm) wide, (1). See illustration

€800 - 1200 401 A FRENCH BRASS MOUNTED EBONISED AND PARQUETRY INLAID JARDINIERE, c.1900, with brass inlaid removable top, enclosing a metal liner, the panels with brass and inlaid cube parquetry, on cabriole legs, united with a shaped shelf stretcher, 30in (76cm)w. (1) €300 - 500




404 A VERY UNUSUAL GEORGE IV PERIOD MAHOGANY CONCERTINA ACTION DINING TABLE, the moulded top with five spare leaves and raised on ten ring turned tapering legs, the concertina action capable of supporting further leaves, 10ft4 (314cm)h x 54in (137cm), reducing to 26in (66cm)h x 54in (137cm). (1)

406 DOUGLAS ALEXANDER RHA (1871-1945), West of Ireland Mountainous Landscape and another similar scene, with Thatched Cottages in Foreground, both signed, 15in (38cm)h x 21in (53cm). (2) See illustration

€500 - 700

See illustration

€2000 - 3000 405 PIKE (BRITISH 19th CENTURY), Rocky Cave with Fisher Folk, O.O.C, signed and dated 1886 lower right, probably Fredrick Wm Pike, 22.5in (57cm)h x 36in (92cm). (1) €300 - 400


407 A pair of oval brass bound jardinières, c. 1900, each on a stand with four sabre legs, 23in (59cm) high, 20in (51cm) wide. (2) See illustration

€300 - 500 406 56


408 19th CENTURY DUTCH SCHOOL, The Cobbler and his Assistant in an Interior, O.O.MP, 6in (15h x 8in (20cm). (1) €80 - 150 409 19th CENTURY CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, Oval Portrait of a Lady, W.C, 9.5in (24cm)h x 7.5in (19cm), in ornate floral crested gilt frame. (1) €150 - 200 410 A GEORGE III STYLE BOW FRONTED INLAID AND CROSSBANDED MAHOGANY SATINWOOD AND HAREWOOD CORNER CABINET, the top with a segmented fan panel above two bow fronted doors, each inlaid with a two handle urn flanked with fluted pilasters to each side on a moulded plinth, 34in (87cm) high, 30in (76cm) wide. (1) €500 - 700 411 A FINE CARVED PARCEL GILT AND POLY CHROME PAINTED CENTRE TABLE, in the style of William Kent, with green and white speckled marble top, inside a guilloche and bead moulded edge, frieze profusely carved with oak leaf swags and leaf scroll and a central cartouche, raised on four scroll and scale moulded cabriole legs, 33in (84cm)h x 71in (181cm)w x 33in (84cm)d. (1)

412 A PAIR OF UNUSUAL CARVED GILTWOOD CORNER CONSOLE TABLES, 19th century, each with a shaped marble top above a shell moulded frieze issuing flowers and other foliage on a cabriole single support with scroll foot, 39” (100cm)h x 27” (69cm). (1).

€5500 - 7500

€600 - 900


See illustration

See illustration


415 A GOOD PAIR OF CHINESE RED LACQUERED AND CHINOISERIE DECORATED TWO-TIER PEDESTALS, 19th century, with flowers and insects, each moulded rectangular top above a pierced frieze on square legs with stylized paw feet, 28in (71cm) x 17.5in (35cm). (2). €200 - 300 416 A FINE BOW FRONTED MAHOGANY INLAID AND CROSS BANDED SIDE TABLE OR DRESSING TABLE, 19th century, with three quarter gallery, above a frieze drawer, with an oval inlaid centre panel, raised on square tapering spade legs, headed with satinwood inlaid fan spandrels, 33in (84cm)h x 38in (97cm)w x 25in (64cm)d. (1) €700 - 1100

413 413 A 19th CENTURY FRENCH BOULLE BRACKET CLOCK, by F. Roux of Paris, the dome top surmounted with a cherub, above an arch with mask crest and a circular brass dial, with Roman numerals on separate enamel panels, inside a glazed door, applied with a brass eagle amongst foliage, raised on leaf capped scroll legs, 34.5in (88cm)h x 16in (41cm). (1) See illustration

€1200 - 1800 414 A 19th CENTURY BOULLE SIDE CABINET, with ornate brass inlay and brass mounts, around a centre glazed door an velvet lined interior, raised on a shaped plinth, 43.5in (111cm)h x 32.5in (83cm). (1) See illustration

€1000 - 1500


417 A GEORGE III PERIOD MAHOGANY KNEEHOLE FIXED PEDESTAL DESK, of small proportions, with an arrangement of nine drawers to either side, under a rectangular moulded top and heavy brass handles to the side panels, raised on four bracket feet, 30in (76cm)h x 39in (100)w x 23in (57cm). (1)

See illustration

€1500 - 1800 418 A MAHOGANY SIDE BOARD, in the Adams style, 20th century, with shaped back above two panel doors, each with a reeded band and flanking two drawers and raised on six fluted tapering spade legs, 6ft (183cm). (1) €250 - 350

414 58

419 A GOOD CARVED GILTWOOD PIER MIRROR, George II style, with shell and swan neck crest above a bevelled plate in a moulded frame, above a leaf and shell apron, 56in x 32in (143cm x 81cm). (1) €280 - 350

425 AFTER E.T. RIDINGER, an early coloured engraving depicting a French stag-hunting scene, 13.5” (34cms) x 17” (43cms). (1). €100 - 150 426 MODERN SCHOOL “Two Boys at the Edge of the Wood,” both boys depicted wearing 18th century costume and resting with dog, 34in (86cm) x 29in (75cm). (1) €150 - 200

420 AN INLAID AND CROSS BANDED MAHOGANY BUREAU, in the Georgian style, O.R.M, with a slope front and four lower drawers, raised on a plinth, 24in (61cm). (1) €250 - 300

427 19th CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL “Portrait of Isaac Jermy, recorder of Norwich, wearing the chain of office,” O.O.C., 29” x 25” (75cms x 64cms). (1) €200 - 300

421 An attractive gilt Overmantel, in the George III style, with leaf carved swan neck pediment on a shaped frame around three bevelled mirror panels, 33” x 56” (84cms x 142cms). (1) €200 - 300

428 J. White - 19th century ‘Extensive River Landscape with mountains beyond’, O.O.C., 24” (61cms) x 36” (91cms); together with a similar landscape, by A. Hart, with cattle in foreground, both signed and uniformly framed, a pair (2) €250 - 500

422 A large oval carved giltwood Wall Mirror, with scroll leaf crest above an oval bevelled plate inside an ornate leaf carved frame, 52” x 36” (132cms x 91cms). (1) €200 - 300

429 A SELECTION OF THREE MISCELLANEOUS PICTURES, including: After A.L. Arschavir, University College, High Street Oxford, lithograph, signed and dated in pencil ‘82, 5in (12cm) x 19in (49cm); another abstract lithograph, dated 1990; and a modern Canadian abstract mixed media, indistinctly signed. (3) €100 - 200

423 20th/21st CENTURY SCHOOL “French Landscape with Figure”, O.O.B., 19in (48cm) x 15in (38cm), and another similar landscape by the same hand. (2). €80 - 120

430 19th CENTURY IRISH SCHOOL Peasant Figures Resting in the Mountains, oil on canvas, unframed, 30in (77cm) x 25in (63cm). (1). €80 - 100 431 IAYDNMDNI, “Earth Guardian II”, embossed handmade cream paper, limited edition, no. 12 out of 75, inscribed, signed and numbered, 17in (44cm)h x 19in (48cm)w. (1) €80 - 120

424 424 A VERY ATTRACTIVE EIGHT BRANCH REGENCY STYLE BRASS CEILING LIGHT, with onyx coloured bell shaped glass shades, and a conforming dish, 24in (61cm)h x 30in (77cm) approx. (1)

432 Patrick Robinson 20th /21st Century Irish, “West of Ireland Scene, with Sailing Boats and Man by a Cottage,” O.O.Canvas Board, 18” x 24” (46cms x 60cms). (1) €100 - 200

See illustration

€550 - 650


433 Frank Hider (1861-1933), ‘Rugged cliff scene traditionally identified as the Cliffs of Moher’, 24” (61cms) x 36” (91cms). (1) €700 - 1000 434 Anita Staunton - 20th / 21st Century Irish), “Flower Study, Abstract,” mixed media on canvas, 31” x 23” (79cms x 59cms). (1) €80 - 100

172 438 CAFFREY “Beckett admiring Yeats,” O.O.C., signed Caff ‘06, 40” x 30” (101cms x 76cms). (1) See illustration

€80 - 120

435 435 IN THE STYLE OF GIOVANNI ANTONIO CANNELETTO, (1697-1768), A Crowded Italian Square, with Elegant Figures, O.O.C, 31in (79cm)h x 55in (140cm) approx. (1) See illustration

€1200 - 1600 436 A FOLIO SCRAP BOOK CONTAINING A LARGE QUANTITY OF 17th, 18th AND 19th CENTURY, black and white engravings after various masters depicting mainly portraits approx 47 pages, 22 inches( 56cmx 38cm) 15inches. €100 - 200

439 439 CAFFREY, “Beckett and Joyce,” O.O.C., signed and dated ‘06, 39” x 32” (99cms x 81cms). (1) See illustration

€300 - 500

440 MODERN SCHOOL, The Dome on St. Peter’s Bascilica, W.C., and pencil, indistinctly signed lower right, 32in (82cm)h x 23in (58cm), together with W.C., Male Nude, indistinctly signed lower right, 33in (83cm)h x 14in (36cm) w. (2) €30 - 60


441 After Charles Fernand de Condamy (1855 - 1913) a pair of coloured Hunting Prints “La Barriere” and “Le Que” 15½” x 39” (39cms x 100cms). (2) €200 - 300

437 A COLLECTION OF BOOKS THE MAJORITY LEATHER BOUND, including the life of W.E Gladstone, The Windsor, Shakespeare and the works of Philip Gibbs, 42 volumes in all. See illustration

€150 - 200


442 A SET OF TEN SMALL NATURAL SAPPHIRES, unmounted, approx 10.22ct, 5.5mm, round cabochon colour blue, transparent with cert; together with a carved red translucent natural ruby cameo, 53.32ct, 30 x 26mm; ten oval cabochon black opaque star sapphires 6x4 mm, 7.04ct with cert; a natural cabochon sapphire 5.3mm, 1.00 ct, green blue colour transperant with cert; a natural carved cameo sapphire, translucent blue, 22 x 19mm 17.40ct, with cert and a natural spessartite garnet transparent red, 9.2 x 7.5mm 4.40ct. (6) €400 - 600

446 Maggie Wright - 20th/21st Century Irish “The Vanities,” O.O.C., signed and dated ‘90, 35” x 29” (89cms 74cms). (1) €300 - 400 447 A set of four coloured prints, entitled Le Pigeon Favori, each depicting a still life with flowers; together with a pair of prints entitled La Papillion. (6). €30 - 60 448 19th Century English School, “Portrait of an Officer, probably a member of the Jephson / Norrey Family,” O.O.C., 30” x 24” (75cms x 62cms). (1) €100 - 150

443 PATRICK O’CONNOR, Two Head Studies, Double Portrait, pastel and pencil, signed and dated ‘69, 11.5in (29cm) x 15in (39cm). (1). €180 - 250

449 19th CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, Tree Lined Avenue with Figures, oil on board, 17.5in (44.5cm) x 12in (30.5cm). (1) Bearing trade label of William Rodman and Co. lable, verso. €40 - 80 450 20th Century American School, “Coastal Landscape,” O.O.C., 15” x 25” (38cms x 64cms), indistinctly signed, also bears inscription on reverse. (1) €80 - 120

444 444 19th CENTURY ITALIAN SCHOOL “Extensive Lake Scene with Figures in Foreground and Large Mansion Beyond” and its companion, “Figures in a Boat on a River,” oils on canvas, 28in x 39in (72cm x 100cm), in matching frames and another similar by the same hand. (2) See illustration

€300 - 500

445 Louis Lovinto - late 19th Century / early 20th Century, “Boar Hunt at the edge of a Wood,” O.O.C., signed lower left, 23” x 31” (59cms x 79cms). (1) €250 - 350

451 451 A PAIR OF REGENCY STYLE BRASS CHANDELIERS, each with rows of buttons forming a basket and a flared stem, with leaf cast corona and torch terminal, 39in (99cm)h x 23in (59cm)w. (2)

See illustration

€600 - 800 61

452 Colm Murphy - 20th/21st Century Irish, “Study of a Robin on a Tree Branch,” and its companion “Crane amongst Reeds,” both signed, 25½” x 8” (65cms x 20cms). N.B. Colm Murphy is son of Seamus Murphy R.H.A., Sculptor and Stone Carver Cork. (2) €150 - 200 453 AN ITALIAN PORCELAIN RELIEF, depicting the Virgin & Child, against a blue and cream in a moulded oak frame, 15.5in (39cm). (1). €50 - 100

456 456 IN THE STYLE OF C. MASSON, A Bronze study of a Mouse, on carved marble base, bares a signature on stone base. (1) See illustration

€300 - 400

457 A HEAVY SILVER PLATED CAR MASCOT, modelled as a gun dog, 6in (15cm). (1) €140 - 160 458 A LATE 19th CENTURY RECTANGULAR IVORY CASE WITH MANICURE IMPLEMENTS, the fitted interior with scissors, file nail polisher, two small jars and another Ivory tem, 5.5in (14cm). (1) €180 - 250

454 454 A GILT BRASS DESK STAND, with two cutglass ink bottles and a lidded compartment, two leaf scroll cast handles, the frieze chased with a basket issuing scrolling foliage, on moulded feet, 13in (33cm). (1)

459 A BIRMINGHAM MACHINE TURNED SILVER CIGARETTE CASE, the enamel top with a portrait of a spaniel. (1) €100 - 150

See illustration

€420 - 520

460 A MINIATURE FRENCH BRASS FIVE GLASS CARRIAGE CLOCK, with enamel dial and Roman numerals, 3in (8cm). (1) €100 - 120 461 A COAL PAINTED SPELTRE FIGURE, modelled as a hare, 5in (13cm). (1) €80 - 120 455

462 AN INLAID SATINWOOD TEA CADDY, of small proportions, with single compartment interior, 4in (10cm)h x 3.25in (8.5cm)w. (1) €240 - 260

455 A MARQUETRY AND BONE INLAID OCTAGONAL SATINWOOD TEA CADDY, with single compartment interior, 5in (12cm)h. (1) See illustration

€340 - 380


463 463 A MOTHER O’PEARL AND WHITE METAL INLAID FAUX TORTOISE SHELL TEA CADDY, of Sarcophagus form, the hinged cover opening to reveal a two compartment interior with lids, 7.5in (19cm). (1)

468 468 A FINE FRENCH ORMOLU MANTLE CLOCK, with silk suspension movement, H. Marc of Paris, the circular dial with Roman numerals on enamel panels, crested with a cherub issuing vine swags and another cherub below with a goat, on Rococo style base. 16in (41cm)h x 13in (32cm)w. (1)

See illustration

€340 - 370

See illustration

€1000 - 1500

464 464 A PAIR OF IRISH REFORM CLUB STONEWARE COMPORTS, distributed by Thomas & Higgin Botham, Wellington Quay Dublin, with Imari style band around the shamrock and harp crest, 9.5in (24cm). (2) See illustration

€240 - 320

465 A MINIATURE COLOURED PRINT, depicting Two Boys with a Dog in a Landscape, and another miniature portrait print, each in faux ivory frame. (1) €80 - 120

469 469 A FINE FRENCH RED MARBLE MANTLE CLOCK, by Lefebvre Freres Paris, the French lever movement by Marti, Paris, striking on a steel gong, the architectural style case, applied with gilt brass floral swags, ribbon bows and musical cherubs, the circular convex enamel dial with arabic numerals, decorated with garlands and signed Lefebvre, on a rectangular moulded plinth base, raised on four square tapering legs, 17.25in (44cm)h x 11.5in (29cm). (1)

466 A FRENCH BISQUE FIGURE, representing a figure in the role of Volange Janot, standing on a circular base, holding a lantern in his right hand, 14in (36cm). (1) €180 - 250 467 A PAIR OF CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN PLAQUES, each decorated with an erotic scene, 6.75in (17cm)h x 4.5in (12cm). (1) €80 - 150

See illustration

€2000 - 3000 63

470 A RED BOULLE BRACKET CLOCK, 20th century, with two train movement, ornate brass mounts, the circular enamel dial with Roman numerals, 22.5in (57cm)h x 12in (31cm)w. (1) €400 - 500 471 A WILLIAM IV PERIOD FIGURED MAHOGANY TEA CADDY, the hinged top opening to reveal two lidded canisters and a cutglass mixing bowl, applied with two brass ring handles, 12.5in (32cm)w. (1) €280 - 350

475 476 A HEAVY BRONZE GROUP, modelled with a tiger attacking a crocodile, on oval polished black limestone base, 17in (43cm). (1) €180 - 250

472 A SILVER PLATED TANTALUS STAND with three cutglass decanters, each with mushroom shaped stopper on lion mask and paw feet, 14in (36cm). (1) €180 - 240


473 A BRASS AND PORCELAIN TABLE LAMP, the dark blue Italian porcelain vase shaped stem, decorated with landscape and flowers, on rococo style brass base, 27in (69cm) with ivory coloured shade. (1) €240 - 270

478 478 A BRONZE GROUP, modelled with Napoleon on horseback, on black polished limestone base, 12.5in (32cm)h x 9in (23cm)w. (1)

474 474 A PAIR OF HEAVY ROUGE MARBLE AND BRASS MOUNTED URN SHAPED TABLE LAMPS, in the manor of Matthew Bolton, each with two rams masks and hanging swags, on a square stem base, 17in (43cm). (2)

See illustration

€200 - 250

479 AFTER P.J. MENE, Bronze Equestrian Group, modelled with mare and foal, 16in (41cm). (1) €260 - 320

See illustration

€1000 - 1500

480 A MAHOGANY PEDESTAL DESK, O.R.M, the top with three tooled leather insets, above two mock and three frieze drawers, raised on two pedestals, each with three drawers and a slide, 63in (160cm). (1) €800 - 1200

475 AN ATTRACTIVE BRONZE STUDY OF A HUNTER, on rectangular marble base, 22in (56cm)w. (1) See illustration

€380 - 420


481 A VERY GOOD BIRDS EYE WALNUT AND CROSS BANDED CHEST, in the early 18th century style, the segmented top with herring bone banding, above a brushing slide and four cross banded long graduating drawers, flanked with reeded canted pilasters, and raised on four bracket feet, 35in (89cm)h x 32in (81cm). (1) €1000 - 1500 486

482 A SMALL BOW FRONTED MAHOGANY CHEST, in the regency style, with four graduating drawers and raised on shaped bracket feet, 27in (69cm)h x 24in (61cm)w. (1) €450 - 650 483 A HUMP BACK SETTEE WITH SCROLL ARM RESTS, raised on front cabriole legs, covered in attractive yellow fabric, 66in (168cm). (1) €650 - 750


484 A RECTANGULAR GEORGIAN STYLE MAHOGANY STOOL, with tapestry type padded top, on square moulded chamfered legs, 20in (51cm). (1) €100 - 150

487 A LARGE BRASS BOUND MAHOGANY PEAT BUCKET, Irish George III style, with spiral reeded body, of tapering cylindrical form, with two leaf cast brass handles, with brass liner, 26in (66cm)h. (1)

See illustration

€1800 - 2500 488 A GOOD STERLING SILVER GILT CHALICE, by P.J. Gill & Sons Boston, 9in (23cm), in tubular case. (1) See illustration

€380 - 450 485

489 AN INLAID MAHOGANY CHEST, in the Georgian style, O.R.M, with four long graduating drawers and a brushing slide on bracket feet, 26in (66cm). (1) €550 - 650

485 A MAHOGANY HALL BENCH, in the manor of Jas Schoolbred, with a railed back, above a solid seat raised on shaped legs, 42in (107cm)w. (1) See illustration

€750 - 850


490 A PAIR OF ATTRACTIVE KINGWOOD AND MARQUETRY BOMB BAY SHAPED BEDSIDE CHESTS, with brass mounts, each with a marble top above three drawers, raised on cabriole legs, 28in (72cm)h x 13.5in (34cm)w. (1) €600 - 800

486 A PAIR OF OVAL MAHOGANY BRASS BOUND PEAT BUCKETS, each of tapering spiral reeded form, with two carved lion masks and two brass handles and a fitted brass liner, 26in (66cm)h. (2) See illustration

€2500 - 3000 65


491 A VERY FINE 19th CENTURY BIRDS EYE WALNUT AND MAPLE BANDED CREDENZA, the segmented top with a moulded edge, inverted break front centre and projecting corners, above a brass bead moulded and floral marquetry frieze, the centre panel door profusely inlaid with scrolling foliage and the centre urn within an oval, flanked to either side with two glazed brass mounted doors, each flanked with two stage fluted columns with Corinthian capitals, on a conforming plinth with ebonized bun feet, 42in (106cm)h x 73in (186cm). (1)


See illustration

€4000 - 6000 492 A VERY ATTRACTIVE BOW FRONTED MAHOGANY AND ROSEWOOD BANDED MARQUETRY SIDE CUPBOARD, the top with ovals and roundel’s within leaf scrolls, above two cupboard doors, each inlaid with an urn within an oval and raised on square tapering legs and concave side panels, 33in (84cm)h x 41.5in (106cm). (1)

See illustration

€1700 - 2500 493 A 19th CENTURY WALNUT MARQUETRY AND BRASS MOUNTED SIDE CABINET, the shaped and glazed door, raised on a shaped plinth, 44in (112cm)h x 31in (79cm). (1) See illustration


€1400 - 1600 66

495 494 A GOOD QUALITY MAHOGANY AND SATIN WOOD BANDED SOFA TABLE, 19th century, the rectangular flaps with rounded corners, flanked with two ebony strung mock and two frieze drawers, raised on standard supports, united by a ring turned stretcher, on splayed legs and cast brass castors, 61in (155cm)ext. (1) €750 - 950


495 AN ATTRACTIVE WALNUT MARQUETRY AND BRASS MOUNTED PIER CABINET, the rectangular top with front rounded corners, above an inlaid frieze and an arched panel door inset with pleated green fabric, on a conforming plinth base, 40.5in (103cm)h x 32.5in (82cm). (1)

497 498 AN ORIENTAL MACHINE MADE KASHMIR RUG, with tree of life design, on a burgundy ground, within an ivory border, 66in (178cm) x 46in (117cm). (1) €100 - 200

See illustration

€1000 - 1500

499 A DARK BLUE AND RED GROUND KASHMIR RUG, with centre cruciform medallion and fawn spandrels, 7ft (214cm) x 40in (102cm). (1) €140 - 160

496 AN EDWARDIAN STYLE INLAID AND CROSS BANDED MAHOGANY BREAKFRONT LIBRARY BOOKCASE, O.R..M, with three banks of adjustable shelves, on a plinth base, 83in (211cm)h x 64in (163cm). (1) See illustration

500 A MAHOGANY AND BRASS MOUNTED SHIPS BAROMETER, signed Roselli of London, the arched top above a silverised dial, hanging from a brass gimbal and supporting a brass mercury reservoir, 36in (92cm)h. (1)

€1400 - 1600 497 A MACHINE MADE KASHMIR RUG, the burgundy ground with all over scrolling flowers, inside a fawn border, 89in (226cm)h x 62in (158cm). (1) See illustration

See illustration

€150 - 200

€400 - 500 67


501 A PAIR OF SEVRE STYLE BRASS MOUNTED PORCELAIN VASES AND COVERS, each with classical figures in landscapes, on stem base, 28.5in (72cm). (2) €650 - 750

507 A LATE 19th CENTURY BRONZE FIGURE, modelled as a bare footed peasant boy wearing a hat, on circular moulded green marble base, 6.5in (17cm). (1)

See illustration

€250 - 290

508 A FRENCH RED PATINA BRONZE FIGURE, modelled as a young peasant boy with cigarette, on a circular onyx plinth and square moulded base, 8in (20cm). (1)


See illustration

502 AFTER COUSTOU (1677-1746), a pair of heavy cast and bronzed metal models of Marley horse groups, each 22in(56cm). (2)

€250 - 280

509 AN OVAL FIVE GLASS BRASS CARRIAGE CLOCK, the enamel dial with Roman numerals and raised on bun feet, 5in (13cm). (1)

See illustration

€500 - 700

503 A HEAVY FRENCH BRASS FIVE GLASS REPEATER CARRIAGE CLOCK, the circular dial with raised Arabic numerals and signed Camerden & Forster, New York and subsidiary alarm dial, 6.5in (17cm). (1) See illustration

€250 - 300



See illustration

€180 - 220

510 A SMALL FAUX TORTOISE 509 SHELL BOX, c. 1900, the fitted interior with three square perfume bottles, each with a silver plated screw off cap, 4in (10cm). (1) €340 - 370


511 A CASED FIVE PIECE SILVER MINIATURE TEA SERVICE, Birmingham 1977, comprising an oblong tray, 6in (15cm), tea pot, coffee pot, tea pot, sugar and cream. (5)

504 AN ATTRACTIVE FRENCH BRONZE FIGURE, modelled as Punch on a three stage base, 8.5in (22cm). (1) €150 - 200 505 A HEAVY BRONZED LED FIGURE, modelled as a seated man in floral row, wearing a long beard, 3in (8cm). (1) €100 - 120

See illustration


€150 - 250

512 A VERY UNUSUAL AND ORNATE GILT BRASS COMPORT, with Bohemian ruby and white flashed glass bowl, with shaped edge on tri form base, in the form of three cranes, 8in (20cm). (1)

506 AFTER LOUIS KLEY (18331911), Possession, a young boy holding a dish, on a circular moulded rouge marble base, 5.5in (14cm). (1)

See illustration

€240 - 280

See illustration

€600 - 650

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513 A VERY UNUSUAL FRENCH LYRE SHAPED MAHOGANY WALL CLOCK, with ornate brass mounts, the case edge mounted with garlands of flowers and a central mask crest, the convex enamel dial decorated with floral garlands and with Arabic numerals, 13in (33cm)h x 6in (15cm). (1)

517 513

See illustration

€600 - 700

514 A FINE FRENCH FIVE GLASS BRASS CARRIAGE CLOCK, the floral chased gilt brass front plate, inset with a circular enamel dial with Roman numerals, in its original leather travelling case, 5.25in (14cm)h. (1) €250 - 280

518 518 A LATE 19H CENTURY MOULDED CAST IRON AND BRASS MOUNTED FENDER, with reeded tubular rail and urn finials, 60in (152cm) W; together with a pair of matching fire dogs and a set of three brass fire irons. (3)

515 TWO SIMILAR WIRE WORK AND SILVER PLATED WINE BOTTLE POURING BASKETS, and a similar silver plated bread basket, of boat shape, 12in (30cm). (1) €150 - 170

See illustration

€200 - 400

519 A HEAVY CASED GILT METAL CHALICE, with figural stem, on circular wide foot and conforming paten, 7.75in (19cm). (1) €100 - 200 520 A RECTANGULAR IRISH WOODEN BOX, carved with scrolling shamrocks and the monogram BB and dated 1864, 9.5in (24cm). (1) €100 - 150


521 A GEORGIAN DALMAHOY’S APOTHECARY CHEST, the hinged cover with a printed caution label, from Will M. Stock, successor to the Dalmahoy regarding the instructions of how to use the chest, the fitted interior with numerous drawers with slides, various labeled bottles, a glass mortar and pestal and a secret compartment to the rear, the top with an ivory escutcheon inscribed stock London, and two brass carrying handles, and raised on bracket feet, 11in (28cm)h x 10.5in (27cm)w. (1)

516 A VERY UNUSUAL BRASS AND ONYX TANTALUS, with three square cutglass decanters, each with prism stopper, Bet Mann’s Patent, on a rectangular conforming brass overlaid base, 13.5in (34cm). (1) See illustration

€650 - 750

517 A PAIR OF 19th CENTURY CRANBERRY GLASS SAUCE BOATS, each with a clear ripple glass edge, in the form of leaves, on a baluster stem base, 7in (8cm). (2)

See illustration on page 70

€600 - 800

See illustration

€300 - 350


522 A COMPREHENSIVE 19th CENTURY SURGEONS AMPUTATION SET, in brass bound mahogany case, by S. Maw, Son & Thompson,Alder Gate St. London, the hinged top opening to reveal a lift out tray and an array of implements, comprising two saws, hammers, 7 scalpels, various clamps, tapping hammer, collection of suture needles and other relevant tools, 17in (43cm)w, 8.5in (22cm)d. (1) See illustration

€1400 - 1800 523 A RARE PAIR OF EARLY SILVER PLATED AUTEROCHE AUTOMOBILE KEROSENE LAMPS, no. 176, each with a pierced chimney above a clear glass bevelled glass panel and another blue and clear glass panel, inverted acorn shaped reservoir below, with bolt attachment, 7.5in (19cm). (2)


See illustration

€800 - 900



524 ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM WEEKES (ACT. 1856-1909), The Haggle, Figures Outside a Cottage Haggling the Price of a Piglet, O.O.B, 9.5in (24cm)h x 5.5in (14cm). (1) See illustration

€500 - 600

523 70



525 A FINE 19th CENTURY FRENCH ORMOLU AND WHITE MARBLE MANTLE CLOCK GARNITURE, by Jacob Paris, the silk suspension movement with outside count wheel, striking on a steel bell, the top surmounted with a marble urn, issuing sprays of flowers, above a centre enamel convex dial, with Roman and Arabic numerals, flanked to either side with two leaf scroll corbels, on a breakfront marble plinth, with ornate mounts, 15in (39cm)h x 11.5in (29cm); together with a pair of matching two branch three light candelabra, 11in (28cm). (3) See illustration

€2400 - 3500 526 A CUTGLASS CLARET JUG, with silver mounted top and handle, the spout in the form of a grotesque mask, 12in (30cm). (1) €140 - 170 527 A THREE COMPARTMENT GILT OVER MANTEL MIRROR, attributed to Bregazzi of Dublin, with cartouche and leaf crest, early 20th century, with scroll spandrels, 58in. (1) See illustration

€700 - 900

528 71

528 A VERY GOOD EARLY VICTORIAN MAHOGANY ESTATE CABINET, probably Irish, the moulded cornice above two moulded panel doors, opening to reveal an arrangement of pigeon holes, alphabetically indexed and four small drawers, on a conforming base, with two large panel doors enclosing four adjustable shelves, on a plinth base, 81in (206cm)h x 38in (97cm)w. (1)

531 AN EDWARDIAN WALNUT AND BRASS MOUNTED COAL SCUTTLE, with shovel; together with a horse shoe shaped oak occasional armchair, on front turned legs. (2) €80 - 150 532 AN EARLY VICTORIAN MAHOGANY DINING ROOM ARMCHAIR, with shaped top rail, on baluster turned legs. (1) €80 - 150

See illustration on page 71

€1000 - 1200

533 A VICTORIAN ARMCHAIR, with scroll back and railed sides, on turned and reeded legs. (1) €80 - 120 534 A REGENCY PERIOD MAHOGANY DINING TABLE, possibly Irish, early 19th century, the moulded top with rounded corners and a spare centre leaf, raised on two quadruple pods, each with a ring turned stem, on splayed legs and brass castors, 6ft4 (193cm)x 41.5in (106cm) w. (1)

529 529 A 19th CENTURY SERPENTINE SHAPED BOULLE CENTRE TABLE, with heavy ornate brass mounts, with leaf cast edge, above a frieze drawer on cabriole legs, as is, 53in (135cm). (1)

See illustration

€800 - 1200

See illustration

€550 - 750

530 A PAIR OF EARLY LONG NOSE CROCODILE HEADS, each approx 27in (69cm). (2) See illustration

€850 - 950


534 72


535 A SET OF EIGHT EARLY VICTORIAN MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, each arched back with a curved top rail and leaf scroll spandrels above a padded seat on front baluster reeded legs. (8) €350 - 550 536 A VERY FINE GEORGE III PERIOD IRISH MAHOGANY LOW BOY, the rectangular moulded top, above a frieze drawer and a shaped apron, raised on moulded acanthus leaf cabriole legs, with webbed pad feet, 28.5in (73cm)h x 30in (76cm)w x 19in (48cm)d. (1) See illustration


€3500 - 5500

539 A GILT OVER MANTLE MIRROR, C. 1900, with a cartouche crest and leaf scrolls, above an arched mirror plate, in moulded frame, 33in (84cm)h x 44in(102cm). (1) €150 - 250

537 A VICTORIAN WALNUT BALLOON BACK ARMCHAIR, with shield crest, the moulded frame with a padded back panel and a conforming serpentine fronted seat, the arms formed as double sea scrolls, on front cabriole legs, covered in attractive salmon coloured self print fabric and a smaller matching chair, and two loose cushions, a set. (2)

540 A WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY DINING TABLE, probably Irish, the rectangular top above two mock and two frieze drawers, and raised on upward tapering standards, with scroll spandrels, united by a turned stretcher on scroll legs, 54in (137cm)w. (1) €250 - 350

See illustration

€400 - 600

538 A MAHOGANY BEDSIDE CUPBOARD, with panel door on plinth base, 14.5in (37cm). (1) €40 - 60 73

541 AN EARLY VICTORIAN MAHOGANY GENTLEMAN’S LINEN CUPBOARD, the moulded cornice above two panel doors and a base drawer, raised on bun feet, 73in (186cm)h x 51in (130cm). (1) €80 - 150


542 A GEORGE IV PERIOD MAHOGANY DROP LEAF TABLE, with two oblong flaps, flanking a frieze drawer, on turned legs, as is, 44in (112cm). (1) €80 - 120 543 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY CHIFFONIER, the arched and moulded back with a shelf, above two frieze drawers and two arched panel doors, raised on a plinth, 56.5in (144cm). (1) €100 - 200 544 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY SLOPE TOP PORTERS DESK, on turned legs, 30in (76cm)w. (1) €100 - 150 545 A THREE TIER EDWARDIAN WALNUT DUMB WAITER, with rectangular shelves, on turned supports, 42in (107cm). (1) €100 - 200


546 An eight day inlaid mahogany Longcase Clock, early 19th Century, signed ANO and Robert Joyce of Ruthin, the swan neck pediment above a square painted dial with subsidiary dial for seconds and date aperture, the spandrels painted with colourful flowers and flanked with reeded pilasters, the trunk with a triple arch oak door crossbanded in mahogany with conforming panels below, the centre trunk with reeded inlaid pilasters on a moulded box base with ogee bracket feet, 89” (226cms). See illustration

€400 - 600

547 547 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN MAHOGANY BED FRAMES, each with an arched and paneled head board and foot board, within octagonal columns, united by shaped and scroll moulded sides, each 3ft 6in w. (2) See illustration

€300 - 500

548 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY LONG CASED CLOCK, the arched and moulded top above a painted dial, signed Gordon of Dublin, with Roman numerals and subsidiary dial for seconds, above an arched trunk door and moulded box base, 79in (200cm)h x 18in (46cm). (1) See illustration

€400 - 600

549 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY LONG CASE CLOCK, the arched top above a circular painted dial signed Devlin Ardee, with Roman and Arabic numerals and a subsidiary dial for seconds, above an arched trunk door, on a moulded box base, 78in (198cm)h x 18in (46cm). (1) See illustration

€400 - 500

550 A 19th CENTURY BRASS INLAID PORTICO CLOCK, the eight day movement with outside count wheel, striking on a steel bell, supporting a grid iron pendulum, with circular enamel dial with Roman numerals, the architectural style cornice supported by two pairs of brass inlaid upward tapering columns, raised on a rectangular stepped and bead moulded plinth, 18in (46cm)h x 9.5in (24cm). (1) See illustration

€300 - 500

550 549


551 AN EARLY 20th CENTURY MANTLE OR BRACKET CLOCK, By Gustav Becker, with Westminster chimes, the arched top above a circular silverized dial, signed Dyson & Sons of Leeds, with Roman numerals, on rectangular moulded plinth with bun feet, 15.5in (39cm)h x 11.5in (29cm). (1) €250 - 300

556 A 19th CENTURY CARVED OAK CENTRE TABLE, with leaf moulded edge, above a leaf and scroll carved frieze, raised on a scroll stem with tripod base, 36in (92cm). (1) €80 - 150 557 A PAIR OF WALNUT ARMCHAIRS, late Victorian / Edwardian, each with padded back, seat and elbow rest, on front turned legs. (2) €100 - 150 558 A RECTANGULAR CARVED OAK OCCASIONAL TABLE, the moulded top with canted corners, on beat turned legs, 25in (62cm); together with a Georgian style three tier what not, 24in (91cm)h; a triple ladder back side chair. (3) €70 - 90


559 AN EDWARDIAN WALNUT HORSE SHOE SHAPED ARM CHAIR, with turned balustrade back on front turned legs. (1) €60 - 90

552 A VICTORIAN WALNUT AND MARQUETRY INLAID AND BRASS MOUNTED CREDENZA, of breakfront outline, the top with an ebonized moulded edge and a short frieze, above an arrangement of three arched and glazed doors enclosing shelves, raised on a plinth base, 40in (102cm)h x 71in (181cm). (1)

560 A MAHOGANY TRIPOD OCCASIONAL TABLE, in the George III style, with circular pie crust top, 18in (46cm). (1) €80 - 120

See illustration

€800 - 1500

561 AN OLD CAST IRON BATH, green painted, with folded rim, on gilt cast iron lion paw feet, 72in (183cm). (1) €100 - 200

553 A FOLDING OCCASIONAL TABLE, with circular pierced brass tray top, 21in (54cm), another similar ditto with hammered copper top, 24in (61cm) and a circular cheval fire screen/table with painted top, 22in (56cm). (3) €80 - 100

562 A COMPREHENSIVE CHINESE DECORATED GREEN AND WHITE PORCELAIN DINNER SERVICE, comprising 19 dinner plates each 10in (26cm); 5 supper plates 9in (23cm); 12 fish plates; 12 side plates; 7 soup bowls; 15 coffee cups; 19 coffee saucers; 8 tea cups; 10 saucers; 8 bowls, 5 covers, 11 stands, 16 other small plates or stands; sugar bowl and cover; sauce boat and stand; 9 Chinese soup spoons; pair of vegetable tureens and covers; three tea pots, a large oval meat platter; two cream jugs and a spare tureen cover, each decorated with dragons. (approx 160)

554 AN OVAL VICTORIAN WALNUT CENTRE TABLE, with burr maple veneered top, inside a wavy moulded edge, on a baluster reeded stem and quadruple pod, 37in (94cm). (1) €250 - 350 555 A WILLIAM IV RECTANGULAR MAHOGANY THREE TIER TELESCOPIC DUMB WAITER, with the top shelf associated, the standard supports with lappett collars on four scroll legs, 48in (122cm). (1) €350 - 550

See illustration on page 76

€250 - 300




569 A COLLECTION OF BEANO ANNUALS, from 1982 to 1997, with the exception of 1995 and 1984, together with The Dandy Annual, from 1983-1997, The Beezer Book 1991, ‘87 and ‘89 x2, The Bunty Annual, 1979, ‘84, ‘85, ‘87, ‘88, ‘91, ‘93, The Topper Annual, 1988, ‘91, ‘93, The Judy Annual, 1979, ‘81, ‘86, ‘87 and ‘93, June Annual, 1970, ‘71 and ‘72, Mandy annuals, 1982, ‘86, ‘87, ‘88, ‘89, ‘90, ‘91, ‘92 x2, ‘93, and ‘94; together with a large quantity of other boys and girls annuals, including football annuals, Jinty, Whizzer, Scooby Do, Popeye, Jackie, etc. (approx 110)

563 A WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY OCCASIONAL TABLE, the rectangular top with rounded corners, above a frieze drawer, raised on turned legs, 24in (61cm); together with a carved oak occasional table, in the 17th century style, the rectangular top above an arched frieze on turned baluster supports, 24in (61cm). (2) €150 - 250 564 A LATE VICTORIAN MAHOGANY EASY ARMCHAIR, on front turned legs. (1) €80 - 120

See illustration

€300 - 400

565 A VERY ATTRACTIVE PAIR OF BIRDS EYE WALNUT BEDSIDE CHESTS, each with slightly bowed front and four long graduating drawers, raised on splayed bracket feet, 33in (83cm)h x 21in (54cm). (2) €1000 - 1500 566 ATTRIB. HENRY HARRIS (1852-1926) An Extensive River Landscape, with Figures and Horse by a Bridge in Foreground, O.O.C, bares inscriptions verso, 35in (89cm)h x 59in (150cm). (1) €800 - 1200

570 570 A COLLECTION OF SCRAP BOOKS, approx 100, dating from 1966 to 1997, all with news paper cuttings from different newspapers, showing the most topical subjects and images, all numbered, together with a two volumes of various listings; together with some old music sheets. (100)

567 20th/21st CENTURY STILL LIFE, Bottles of Wine, Cheese, Bread etc. on a Ledge, O.O.C, 19.5in (50cm)h x 23.5in (60cm). (1) €240 - 260 568 LATE 19th CENTURY, EARLY 20th CENTURY IRISH SCHOOL, Mountainous River Landscape, and it’s companion, Wooded River Landscape, O.O.C, both indistinctly signed, 13in (35cm)h x 19.5in (50cm). (2) €100 - 200

See illustration

€800 - 1200 571 A RECTANGULAR RUSSIAN SILVER FRONTED MIRROR, with embossed spandrels and a bevelled plate, 15in (38cm)h X 12in (30cm). (1) See illustration on page 77

€200 - 300 76

579 A FOUR PIECE SILVER PLATED PORCELAIN TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE, probably Victorian, comprising tea pots, coffee pots, sugar and cream, each of spiral reeded form, on four legs; together with an oval silver plated tray, a serpentine shaped pierced and plated tray and a large silver plated meat dish cover. (7) €80 - 120

572 572 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN MAHOGANY ARMCHAIRS, each with a padded back and serpentine fronted padded seat, raised on front cabriole legs. (2)

580 AN AFGHAN RUG, the iron red ground with a large central medallion, inside a conforming border, 7ft2in (216cm) x 57in (145cm). (1) €150 - 250

See illustration

€300 - 400

581 19th CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL “Harbour Scene with Figures in a Boat,” O.O.P. 8.5in (22cm) x 12.5in (32cm). (1) €100 - 200

573 A SET OF SIX WILLIAM AND MARY STYLE WALNUT SIDE CHAIRS, each with a padded back and seat, on turned legs united by an X-shaped stretcher. (6) €180 - 250

582 KATE GREY (ACT 1870-1887) “Young Girl Seated on a Rock at the Edge of a Wood Crocheting”, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1873, lower right, 9in (22cm) x 7in (18cm). (1) €300 - 400

575 A FOUR PIECE FLORAL PRINTED CREAM GROUND MINTONS TOILET SET, comprising basin, ewer, chamber pot and soap dish. (4) €80 - 100 576 A PAIR OF SILVERED METAL CHINOISERIE PRINTED BALUSTER SHAPED TABLE LIGHTS, 31in (78cm). (2) €180 - 220 577 A PICNIC BASKET, containing good quality tableware and other linen. (1) €100 - 200


578 A CHINESE LAOGUDAI BURGUNDY DRESSING GOWN, in the Chinoiserie style, together with a black satin ball gown, and one other night gown, in old suitcase. (3) €70 - 90

583 V. SIDOLI Late 19th Century early 20th Century, Portrait of Italian Beauty,oil on canvas, signed lower left and its companion Portrait of a Peasant Boy, also signed lower right, 19in (48cm)h x 15in (38cm)w. (2) See illustration

€1000 - 1200 584 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN MAHOGANY HALL CHAIRS, each with a scroll back over a solid seat on front turned legs. (2) €100 - 150

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585 A PAIR OF SPELTER AND GILT SPELTER FIGURES, depicting classical maidens, on simulated marble bases, after Rancoulet, one inscribed La Fille Des Eaux, and the other La Fille Des Airs, 32in (56cm)h, as is. (2) €100 - 200 586 A VERY ORNATE BRASS COPPER WROUGHT IRON AND CUTGLASS STANDARD LAMP, with leaf cast and chased stem, supporting a cutglass reservoir on a wrought Iron frame with tri-form base, 75in (190cm)h. (1) €300 - 500

593 593 AFTER SNAFFLES, a set of four coloured hunting prints, Blood and Quality, Old Tawney, Hogany Tops and The Gent with the Osses to Sell. (4)

587 A REGENCY PERIOD SILVERED BEAD MOULDED CONVEX WALL MIRROR, crested with a sea- horse, and with leaf carved terminal, 42in (107cm)h x 23in (59cm)w. (1) €200 - 300

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€180 - 220

594 THREE SMALL GILT WALL MIRRORS, and an Art Nouveau picture frame. (4) €60 - 90

588 A LATE 19th CENTURY GOTHIC STYLE SILVERED AND EBONISED WALL MIRROR, with typical arch top, and two spire finials, around a shaped and arched mirror plate, flanked with a Gothic column to either side, 53in (135cm)h x 26in (66cm).(1) €200 - 300

595 A PAIR OF LADIES LEATHER RIDING BOOTS, another pair of synthetic leather ditto, a pair of jodhpurs and riding hats. (7) €60 - 90 596 J. CONWAY (EARLY 20th CENTURY), A Prize Pig, Standing in a Landscape, W.C, signed, 9.5in (24cm)h 13in (34cm). (1) €80 - 100

589 A GEORGE III PERIOD MAHOGANY DROP LEAF GATE LEG TABLE, probably Irish, with two demi lune flaps, raised on square legs, 52in (132cm)w. (1) €250 - 350

597 A JUSTICIA CAST IRON INFANT WEIGHING SCALES, with basket crate; together with a papier mache infant basin and an old plush teddy. (3) €80 - 100

590 A GEORGE III PERIOD INLAID MAHOGANY DECANTER BOX, with two brass carrying handles, 12in (31cm). (1) €150 - 250 591 AFTER HENRY ALKEN, a set of six hunting engravings, each 14.5in (37cm)h x 18.5in(47cm). (4) €80 - 120

598 A GEORGE IV PERIOD MAHOGANY DROP LEAF PEMBROKE TABLE, with centre frieze drawer flanked with D-shaped flaps on ring turned legs, 36in. (1) €150 - 250

592 A GEORGE III PERIOD INLAID MAHOGANY SLOPE FRONT KNIFE BOX, with serpentine front and slotted interior, 15in (38cm)h x 9in (23cm)w. (1) €250 - 350

599 A GEORGE IV MAHOGANY FOLDOVER BRIDGE TABLE, with frieze drawer and cross banded top raised on four ring turned tapering legs, 16in (41cm). (1) €200 - 350 78

600 A LATE WILLIAM IV OR EARLY VICTORIAN MAHOGANY SIDE CUPBOARD, the arched three-quarter gallery top, above two wide panel doors, flanked with two turned pilasters, on turned legs, 48in (122cm)h x 81.5in (207cm). (1) €600 - 800

603 A FINE 19th CENTURY FRENCH KINGWOOD AND FIGURED WALNUT AND LABERNUM SIDE CABINET, with ornate cast brass and silver plated mounts, of breakfront outline, the moulded top with banded panels, above two shaped doors with silver plated mouldings and ornate centres, flanked on each side with open adjustable shelves, raised on a plinth, 38.25in (97cm) high, 85in (216cm) wide. (1)

601 LARGE HEAVY CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN FLASK, with double dragon handles decorated with a fish amongst underwater plants, 26in (66cm)h x 20in (51cm). (1) €400 - 500

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€5000 - 7000 604 THE IRISH INDEPENDENT 1922, a collection of original newspaper sections and news papers, From January to December excluding March, all relating to the Irish Civil War. (a lot) See illustration

€200 - 300

605 THE IRISH INDEPENDENT, a large collection of newspaper and news paper sections, various dates from 1914 up to 1929. (a lot) €200 - 300 602

606 A QUANTITY OF NEWS PAPERS AND WAR MAGAZINES, The Irish Daily Mail 1922, The Standard 1931, ‘29, ‘28, The War Illustrated 1914, The Graphic War Budget, The Great War Magazine, some sections from The Leader 1918, The Nationality 1918, Daily Sketch 1914, ‘15. (a lot) €150 - 200

602 A NEST OF FOUR RECTANGULAR BURR YEW AND MAHOGANY OCCASIONAL TABLES, O.R.M., each decorated with floral sprays on turned supports, united by bow stretchers, the largest 20in (51cm). (4) See illustration

€600 - 900

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613 A set of six Victorian mahogany side chairs, each with padded back and seat on front turned legs. (2) €200 - 250 614 A MAHOGANY BOW FRONTED SIDE BOARD, early 19th century, with brass rail and centre frieze drawer, flanked to either side with two cellar drawers and raised on square tapering spade legs, 85in(216cm). (1)


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€800 - 1000

607 A COLLECTION OF VARIOUS NEWSPAPERS AND NEWS PAPER SECTIONS, including the Free Press 1919, Freeman’s Journal 1921, The Irish Independent 1921, The Irish Catholic 1921, The Universe, 1929-’30, ‘31. (a lot) €150 - 250

615 A horn gong stand with brass drum and striker, on moulded oak base. (1) €100 - 120 616 A VICTORIAN SILVER PLATED TEA URN, with domed top, two scroll handles and a tap on square base with bracket feet, 20in (51cm). (1) €100 - 120

608 A SLOPE FRONT BRASS MOUNTED EDWARDIAN BRASS COAL SCUTTLE, together with a circular Edwardian brass ceiling light on chain suspenders. (2) €100 - 150

617 A VICTORIAN SILVER PLATED TANTALUS, with three decanters, leaf cast handle, on pierced leaf scroll feet, 17.5in (44cm), associated stoppers. (1) €100 - 120

609 A HEAVY CHINESE BRONZE CENSOR, with two ring handles and raised on 3 legsm the base with a square impressed seal mark, 8.25(21cm). (1) €250 - 350

618 A FIVE PIECE SILVER PLATED CELTIC STYLE TEA SERVICE, comprising; tea pot, hot water pot, sugar, cream and tray, each with Celtic bands. (5) €100 - 150

610 A WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY TELESCOPIC DINING TABLE, the moulded top with two spare leaves, raised on two sections, one being a telescopic section, each with four turned and tapering reeded legs, 10ft2in (310cm)h x 54in (138cm). €1000 - 1500

619 A MAHOGANY DEMI LUNE SIDE TABLE, on square tapering spade legs. (1) €80 - 100

611 An early 20th century button back Chesterfield settee, on front square tapering legs. (1) €150 - 200

620 A PAIR OF GILT SPELTRE FOUR BRANCH CANDELABRA, each mounted with a figure mounted on an onyx sphere, 24in (60cm). (2) €80 - 100

612 A pair of Victorian mahogany dining room armchairs, each with an ornate carved leaf scroll cross rail and scroll fronted arm rests, raised on front baluster turned legs. (2) €200 - 250

621 A BRONZE FIGURE MODELLED AS A PAN, on circular moulded base, and another bronzed speltre figure of a discus thrower. (1) €100 - 200

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622 AFTER HENRY JOHN YEEND KING (18551924), a coloured print, A Mother and Child with Ducks by a Pond and Cottage Beyond, converted to a fire screen. (1) €150 - 200

628 A circular Victorian walnut occasional table, with moulded top raised on four turned legs. €80 - 100 629 A pair of Victorian mahogany prie dieu’s, each with a high padded back and padded seat, covered in pink brocade, raised on front turned legs. €100 - 150

623 A LARGE VICTORIAN MAHOGANY DUMB WAITER, the moulded top with a panelled back and a shelf below, above four arched panel doors, raised on a plinth base, 66in (168cm). (1) €200 - 300

630 A Regency period three tier mahogany circular dumb waiter on tri pod base. €250 - 350

624 AN EARLY VICTORIAN RECTANGULAR MAHOGANY LIBRARY TABLE, the moulded top above two frieze drawers, raised on a leaf moulded stem and quatrefoil concave base, with scroll feet, 60in (153cm). (1)

631 A modern small upright piano, walnut case. €150 - 200

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€500 - 700

625 A 19th century parquetry inlaid table top specimen chest, with arrangement of one long and four short drawers, profusely decorated in geometric patterns, 18.5in (47cm). (1)

632 An Early 20th century school, Killarney Lakes, O.O.C. €30 - 50

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€200 - 300

633 A gilt cheval fire screen, with portrait engraved panel, raised on cabriole legs. €50 - 100

626 A PAIR OF BRASS CANDLESTICKS, a brass tea pot; a Burmese tray; six brass cups; bell and brass ink well etc. (a lot) €100 - 120

634 A pair of Japanese Satsuma koros, one as is. €30 - 50

627 A rectangular mahogany side table, 19th century and later, with turned legs, 51in (130cm). €80 - 100

635 A pair of Irish mahogany side tables, each with a carved apron and centre shell, raised on leaf capped cabriole legs, with ball and claw feet, 43in (109cm) €300 - 350


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636 A Victorian cast iron stick and umbrella stand. €100 - 150

642 THE CENSUS OF IRELAND, for the year 1841, Dublin printed by Alexander Thom, 86 Alvley Street 1843, half calf, Ex Libris Thomas Willis, 34cm x 23cm. (1)

637 Six assorted coloured racing prints, including two reproduction Snaffles prints. €100 - 150

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€80 - 150

643 1945 ILLUSTRATED, A bound set of magazines, illustrating life during 1945, World War II, from January to December. (1)

638 A Victorian mahogany breakfront wardrobe, with centre mirror door, flanked to either side with two solid panel doors and raised on a plinth. €150 - 250

See illustration

€150 - 220

644 R.M.S TITANIC, The Ill Fated Luxury Liner, a colour printed poster, signed by Millvina Dean, 13.5in (24cm) h x 9.25in (24cm). (1) €100 - 150

639 A pair of early Victorian mahogany dining chairs, each with drop in seat on front turned legs. €60 - 80 640 NICHOLSON. W LATE BISHOP OF CARLISLE, the English, Scottish and Irish Historical Libraries, giving a short view and character of most of our historians, either in print or in manuscript, London printed for T. Evans, near York Buildings and T. Becket Strand 1776, full tree calf, marbelled boards and papers spine restored, 11.5in (29cm)h x 9.5in (21cm). (1)


644A BUNRACHT NA hEIREANN, Constitution of Ireland, signed by Eamon DeValera. (1) €100 - 150 645 SEAN O RIADA - AIFREANN 2 I A Charadh ag Cor Chuil Aodha Faoi Stiuit ag Peadar O’Riada, Gael Linn, CFF 081 1979, vinyl album in original sleeve. (1) €70 - 80

See illustration

€80 - 150

641 MITCHELL FLORA H. Vanishing Dublin, with an introduction by The Earl of Wicklow, Allen Figgis and Co. Ltd. 1966, edited by Edgar W. Battle, printed by Healy Thom Ltd Dublin, owners signature. (1)

646 A COLLECTION OF 10 ASSORTED CHINESE GLASS AND PORCELAIN SNUFF BOTTLES, various colours, shapes and sizes. (10) €100 - 200

See illustration

€180 - 250


647 ANN YEATS, Bird Escaping, an original lithograph signed by the artist, inscribed verso Ann Yeats Retrospective, January 1995, RHA Gallagher Gallery, from the collection of the artist, 14in (36cm) x 10in (26cm). (1) €100 - 150

656 Ch Ducru-Beaucaillou 1981 St Julien 2 eme Cru Classe 1 bottle €55/65 657 Ch Lagrave 2001 Cru Bourgeois Ch Haut Lagrange 2008 2 bottles €30/40

648 E.H. FRY, Figures boating on a Lake, watercolour, signed lower right, 7in (18cm) x 11.5in (29cm). (1) €50 - 70

658 Ch Tour du Cauze 2006 St Emilion Grand Cru Chapelle de la Trinite 1995 St Emilion 2 bottles €25/30

649 A SET OF FOURTEEN TUBULAR BRASS STAIR RODS, with acorn finials and fittings, 26in (66cm). (14) €150 - 250

659 Charmes-Chambertin Grand Cru 2005 Girardin – Burgundy 1 bottle €50/60

650 A LARGE WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY DOUBLE ENDED SETTEE, the scroll shaped top rail with a reeded panel, flanked with two scroll ends, with padded panels over padded seat with bolster cushions, and raised on heavy turned legs, covered in attractive tapestry type fabric, 90in (229cm). (1) €500 - 800

660 Chateauneuf-du-Pape 1973 Ch de la Gardine Double Magnum owc, waxed stopper €120/120 661 Dow’s Port 1977, 1 bottle €65/75

651 Eiswein – Spatlese 1977 Gau-Kongernheimer Vogelsang Rheinhessen 2 bottles (labels soiled) €120 - 130

662 Godet Cognac 70cl 1 bottle (in presentation box) €40/50

652 Eiswein Trockenbeerenauslese 1972 Markersdorfer Schatsberg – Austria 1 bottle (label soiled) €100 - 110

663 Rene Brisset Champagne 1969 1 bottle (label nicked) €65/75

653 Rioja Gran Reserva 1986 Marques de Riscal 2 bottles (1 label damp stained and faded) €130 - 140

664 Dom Perignon 1990 (original presention boxes) 2 bottles €240/250

654 Ch Beaumont 1993 Cru Bourgeois Haut Medoc 2 bottles €25 - 30

665 AFTER JANET AND ANNE GRAHAME JOHNSON “A Winter Wonderland”, and its companion, “Home Sweet Home”, a pair of framed steel etchings, 19.5in (50cm) x 15.5in (39cm), approximately (2) €200/400

655 Ch Phelan Segur 1989 St Estephe – Cru Bourgeois 1 bottle €50 - 60


Buyers are reminded that there is a 20% + V.A.T. payable on the final bid price for each lot (i.e. 24.6%) The Auctioneers are always pleased to advise clients and to execute bids on their behalf, but if successful, the purchase price payable will be the final bid price and the 20% + VAT chargeable thereon. Bids must always be made or confirmed in writing, reference being made to each sale through the code names on the title page of each catalogue. To ensure that bids will be accepted and that delivery of Lots is not delayed, intending Buyers should supply bank or other suitable references to the Auctioneers prior to the auction. The references should be supplied in good time to be taken up before the sale. Bids are accepted in Euro only. Bid offers can be accepted via email but must be confirmed in writing. Payment by cash, guaranteed cheque, wire transfer (details available on request) or credit card (mastercard/visa and subject to 3% surcharge). Cheques/Drafts to be made payable to ‘Mealys Fine Art Ltd’. N.B. Payment by cash or guaranteed cheques. All Cheques or Drafts to be made payable to ‘Mealy’s Fine Art Ltd.’ Third Party. Cheques or Drafts will not be accepted as payment for lots purchased. Terms used in this Catalogue have the meanings ascribed to them below: Paintings, Prints, Works Of Art, Furniture, etc. • The first name or names and surname of the Artist or Craftsman – In our opinion a work by the Artist of Craftsman. • Attributed to – In our opinion probably a work by the Artist or Craftsman but less certainty as to authorship is expressed than in the preceding category. •C  ircle of – In our opinion a work of the period of the Artist or Craftsman that is in a similar style to the work of that Artist or Crafstman. • The surname of the Artist or Craftsman, preceded by ‘After’ – In our opinion, a copy of the work of the artist or craftsman. • Signed, Stamped – Has a signature or stamp, which in our opinion is the signature or stamp of the artist or craftsman. • Bears Signature or Stamp – Has a signature or stamp, which in our opinion might be 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 GOU Gouache MAH. Mahogany VICT. Victorian EDW. Edwardian W.A.F. With all faults As Is With all damages, faults, restorations, etc. O.R.M. Of recent manufacture R.V.O. Remote viewing only - i.e. the item cannot be physically viewed at our galleries, but additional images and condition reports are available. In some cases, video remote viewing may be available IMPORTANT NOTICE: While Mealys endeavour to answer clients enquiries, we accept no responsibility or liability for any inaccuracy in auction results given verbally during the sale days. We recommend that clients should only make such enquiries following the conclusion of the Sale. N.B.: Please note the auctioneers offer no After Sale Guarantee whatsoever, with regard to mechanical and electrical items, or firearms. We accept no subsequent liability for any damage, loss or injury arising from the use of the foregoing. FIREARMS: Special Note Regarding Firearms – A specific Permit or Licence must be produced relating to the Firearm purchased, before same can be removed from our Premises. Please contact your local Garda Station for relevant information. DELIVERY: All lots must be paid for and cleared by 5pm on Tuesday 16th December 2014. All clearing is at the purchaser’s risk and expense. Any lots uncleared by 5pm on Tuesday 16th December 2014, will be subject to Clause 3 of the Buyers Conditions and will be held in storage at the purchaser’s risk and expense. Absentee Bidders must have commissions lodged with our Offices, Monday 8th December 2014 before 5pm. We accept no responsibility or liability for acts or omissions regarding any bids received after this deadline. Condition reports & Image requests: All requests for condition reports and/or additional images of lots in this sale must be received no later than 5pm on Friday 5th December 2014. Any requests recevied after this deadline will not be entertained. INFORMATION FOR BUYERS Contact Details: Tel: 056-4400942. Email: Fully illustrated catalogue available on internet: Also available on: O’Neill: Photographer 056-77 25155


Step 1 - Browsing All items scheduled for sale in our auctions are featured on our website with descriptions, estimates, illustrations, and any other relevant information such as provenance, exhibition history, etc. By visiting Auctions on our site, you will have access to all this information at the touch of a button. PDF versions of the print catalogue are also available online. If an item takes your fancy, you can request a condition report, or further images, or a call-back from the expert. Just make sure such enquiries are made in good time. If you prefer the printed word, our catalogue publications are generally available approximately 7 working days in advance of the sale. These feature much of the information from the website such as descriptions, estimates, etc and also show a cross section of illustrations of the most exciting lots. These can be ordered online, or you can telephone our offices to request a copy of same. You can also subscribe to our mailing list on an annual basis to ensure you receive these publications by post while they are still hot off the press. Public viewing takes place on the two days immediately prior to any major sale, wherein you can visit our gallery and inspect the items for yourself. A note on Estimates: All estimates are shown in Euro. The figures are intended as a guide to prospective purchasers in relation to the value of the piece. They are approximate values, based on previous sales of comparable items, are not definitive and subject to revision. Reserves, if applicable, will not be higher than the lower estimate, adjusted for vendor commissions. A note on Condition Reports: Requests for condition reports must be received prior to public viewing, i.e. at least three days in advance of the sale, to allow time for the request to be processed and a response to be prepared. All lots at auction are sold ‘as is’. Imperfections, defects and other condition issues are not stated in the catalogue description. It is the duty of the prospective purchaser to satisfy himself or herself as to the condition of a lot prior to bidding. Condition reports may be requested in advance of sale and best efforts will be made to provide prospective purchasers with such reports, but such reports are merely the gratuitous opinion of the auctioneer. Subsequent disputes arising in relation to the content of such reports will not be entertained. Step 2 - Bidding There are a number of bidding methods available at Mealy’s, including paddle bidding in the auction room, absentee bidding such as commission bidding & telephone bidding, and online bidding. 1.) Paddle Bidding - Come to the saleroom on auction day and experience the atmosphere and buzz of a real live auction. Paddles are available on entry, but if you haven’t registered with us for bidding previously, please bring a government issued ID and allow up to 20 minutes for registration to process 2.) Commission Bidding - Fill out a written absentee bid form instructing the auctioneer to bid on your behalf up to a fixed maximum bid. You will be alerted after the sale if you have been successful. 3.) Telephone Bidding - Fill out a telephone absentee bid form and receive a call from one of our team moments before your lots is offered, who will assist you and will execute your bids to the auctioneer in real time over the telephone 4.) Online Bidding - Choose your favourite online bidding forum and bid from the comfort of your own home at the click of a button Step 3 - Payment Once you have confirmation that you have won your lot(s), there are a host of options available for payment. Payment must be completed within five working days of the sale date. There are several payment options to choose from, including cash, cheque drawn on an Irish bank, Euro bank draft, EFT, debit card and credit card. Remember first however that your hammer price total is subject to a buyer’s premium of 20% + VAT (at the prevailing rate of 23%, i.e. 24.6% total) in all cases of lots purchased at auction. Online Bidding will often be subjected to a 3% surcharge. Finally, if choosing pay by credit card, there will be additional charges added to the invoice total, 3% for Mastercard & Visa, 5% for American Express. Step 4 - Collection & Delivery Once you have made payment, collection is available for three working days following a sale. In the event of a two-day sale, collection of items purchased on the first day will be unavailable on the second day since a live auction is still in progress. Mealy’s are happy to advise and assist with collection enquiries and can provide a list of approved service providers upon request. International buyers are encouraged to seek quotations for shipping in advance of purchasing at Mealy’s. A note on VAT All lots offered at auction are sold under the Auctioneer’s VAT margin scheme, unless specifically highlighted as otherwise. Revenue regulations require that the buyer’s premium must be invoiced at a rate which is includive of VAT. This is not recoverable by any VAT registered buyer. Some lots purchased by international buyers and exported outside the EU may be exempt, however, it is the duty of the buyer to seek advice in relation to same. For further information, please contact Irish tax and customs at


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% buyer’s premium plus VAT at the prevailing rate, currently 23%. This makes for a total 24.6%. 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 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 include all loss arising from any re-sale of the lot, together with the warehousing charges and expenses in respect of both sales, and any money deposited in part payment shall be held by the auctioneer against the defaulters liability and may be appropriated in settlement of the liability.NB. Mealy’s do not offer packing or dispatch services. We strongly recommend that all bidders consult a professional shipping company. A list of approved service providers is available on request. 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. 86

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% + VAT, for successful purchases executed using this service, i.e. 27.6% total. 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.




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Mealy's Christmas Sale 2014  

A sale of fine and decorative art, antiques and other personal property, including unique and exciting Christmas gift opportunities. 700 lot...

Mealy's Christmas Sale 2014  

A sale of fine and decorative art, antiques and other personal property, including unique and exciting Christmas gift opportunities. 700 lot...