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The Winter Sale 2016

Tuesday 6th & Wednesday 7th December 2016

THE WINTER SALE 2016 (ref. 0251) on Tuesday 6th & Wednesday 7th December 2016 at our Castlecomer Saleroom, Kilkenny Road, Castlecomer, Co. Kilkenny commencing at 11am

Day 1: Lots 1- 550. Day 2: Lots 551-end The sale includes: the collection of the late Mrs Claire Cosgrave of Terenure, Dublin 6; a selection of items from the Gore-Booth Family, Lissadell House, Co. Sligo; the entire contents of a prestigious residence in Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, with many Irish and English paintings featured that have not been seen on the market for decades; period furniture and decorative art from the collection of Sir Anthony O’Reilly, previously at Castlemartin in Co. Kildare, on the instructions of the trustee in bankruptcy appointed by the Bahamian Court; various items from the collection of the late Professor Anne Crookshank, on the instructions of the representatives of her estate; the Mountainstown House great Irish elk antlers; and items from many other Irish estates and collections. 1100 lots approx.

Public Viewing: Sunday 4th (noon - 5pm) Monday 5th (10am - 5pm) Illustrated Catalogue €10 (admits 2) Sorry – No children under 12 years of age

Front Cover: Lot 423 Back Cover: Lot 626 Inside Front Cover: Lot 400 Inside Back Cover: Lot 401 Sale Reference: 0251 All estimates shown are in Euro (€)

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.

Contact Telephone Numbers for Viewing & Sale Days: +353 56 44 00 942

Photography by Ignatius O’Neill (Studio One)

Castlecomer, Co. Kilkenny, Ireland Tel: +353 (0)56 4400942 Design & Print: Lion Print. Tel. 062-61258

Live Bidding Available


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

David Mealy Director

Lucy Mealy Auctions Administrator

George Gerard Mealy

Cait Madigan

Mary Gaynor




Information for Buyers 1 A 19TH CENTURY PINE AND ELM FOOT OPERATED SPINNING WHEEL, with turned supports and spokes, 29” (74cm)h x 29” (74cm)w. (1) €100 - 150

9 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD, of inverted breakfront outline, with mirror back, above three frieze drawers and four cupboard doors, below, on a plinth base, 78” (198cm)w. (1) €200 - 300

2 A MAHOGANY SLOPE FRONT BUREAU BOOKCASE, of George III style, the dentil moulded cornice above two astragal glazed doors, the interior fitted with drawers, cupboard and pigeon hole compartments, raised on cabriole legs, with paw feet, 36” (92cm). (1) €100 - 150

10 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY DUCHESS STYLE WASH STAND, with white marble top, on bulbous turned legs and stretcher, 49” (125cm) wide, 21” (53.5cm) deep. (1) €100 - 200

3 A SMALL PAINTED WOODEN OPEN BOOKCASE, with adjustable shelves, the moulded top above two brass mounted pilasters and raised on bracket feet, 43” (110cm). (1) €80 - 150 4 A PAIR OF FRENCH STYLE TAPESTRY TYPE PICTURES, each depicting figures in garden scenes, in Hogarth frames, 9.5in (24cm)sq; together with a pair of wall mirrors, each in silver plated frame, 15.5in (40cm)h x 12in (30cm). (4) €30 - 60 5 A PAIR OF LATE VICTORIAN EBONISED AND BRASS BOUND X-FRAMED LOW CHAIRS, each covered in gold velvet with button back and seat, the legs united by turned stretchers. (1) €100 - 150 6 A GEORGE IV PERIOD MAHOGANY SECRETAIRE, the drop front opening to reveal a fitted interior, with drawers and pigeon hole compartments, above two cupboard doors, and raised on front lion paw feet, 44” (102cm)h x 50” (126cm)w. (1) €150 - 250 7 A FRENCH WALNUT DISPLAY CABINET, with shaped and moulded top, above four glazed doors, on a conforming break front base, with three frieze drawers and four cupboard doors, raised on cabriole legs, 66” (167cm)w. (1) €150 - 250 8 A 17th CENTURY STYLE DINING ROOM SUITE, comprising an oak dresser, the moulded top above three shelves and two leaded glass doors, the base with three frieze drawers above three linen fold panel doors, 54”(137cm); together with an oak refectory type table, the rectangular top raised on pierced baluster shaped standards, 5ft (152cm)h x 32”(182cm); together with a set of six (4+2) beech dining chairs, each with linen fold back. (7) €200 - 300

11 A THREE FOOT SIX INCH TUBULAR METAL AND BRASS MOUNTED BED, with spring and sides. (1) €50 - 80 12 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY SINGLE MIRROR DOOR WARDROBE, with drawer to base, 32” (82cm). (1) €80 - 120 13 ATTRIBUTED TO MARTIN CREGAN (17881870), Portrait of a Lady, by repute Lady Mary Stewart depicted with a young boy, O.O.C., 36” (92cm)h x 28” (71cm). (1) €300 - 400 14 AN OAK ROLL TOP SINGLE PEDESTAL DESK, the interior with drawers and pigeon hole compartments supported on one pedestal enclosing one pedestal with slide and three drawers, 33” (84cm), as is. (1) €80 - 120 15 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY CHEST, with three long and two short drawers, raised on bulbous legs, 42.5” (108cm)h x 41” (104cm). (1) €150 - 250 16 A LARGE CARVED GILT WOOD AND JEWELED FIGURE OF THE FEMALE DEITY, with jeweled tiara and jeweled sash, her two hands supporting a flowing gown with conforming jeweled hem, standing on a wooden plinth, 76in (194cm)h x 26in (66cm)w. (1) €700 - 1100 17 A LATE 19TH CENTURY INLAID MAHOGANY WHEEL BAROMETER, by Malacrida, with divided pediment, over a silverised dial and a thermometer, 39” (99cm). (1) €80 - 120

18 ATTRIBUTED TO STEPHEN CATTERSON SMITH (1806-1872), Portrait of a Lady, three quarter length, depicted sitting by a table, wearing a satin dress and bonnet with lace trim, O.O.C., 50.5” (129cm)h x 39.5” (100cm). (1) €1000 - 1500 19 MID-19TH CENTURY ANGLO IRISH SCHOOL, Portrait of a Gentleman, depicted sitting in a red armchair, with arm leaning on a ledge, O.O.C., 51.5” (131cm)h x 40.25”(102cm). (1) €400 - 600 20 A PAIR OF GERMAN PORCELAIN FIGURES, one with a man seated holding a pale, the other a woman with a basket, 5.25” (13cm). (2) €80 - 120 21 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) €150 - 250 22 AN EDWARDIAN INLAID AND SATINWOOD BANDED MUSIC CABINET, the two rectangular panels and a glazed panel below, 37.35in (95cm)h x 21in (54cm)w. (1) €20 - 40 23 A PAIR OF MODERN PITCH PINE ARCHED TOP CHEVAL DRESSING MIRRORS, each with base drawer and bracket feet, 21 inches (53cms). €80 - 120 24 A SMALL DEAL BOOKCASE, with two sliding doors, 30” (76cms); together with a modern wooden framed mirror and a large arched top pine mirror, (3). €60 - 90 25 A SIX DRAWER PINE CHEST, 23” (59cms). (1) €50 - 70 26 A FINE RED GROUND TABRIZ CARPET, with all over floral pattern, inside a wide ivory border, 12ft2” (370cm)l x 9ft8” (295cm). (1) €400 - 600


27 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, 39” (99cm). (1) €700 - 1100 28 A CHIPPENDALE STYLE MAHOGANY CUTLERY STAND, with three drawers on cabriole legs and ball and claw feet; together with a two tier tea trolley converting to a table with formica surfaces; an oval Chippendale style mahogany occasional table with gadroon edge, 34” (87cm); and a modern bar stool, (4). €80 - 120 29 AN 18TH CENTURY OAK COFFER CHEST, the rectangular plank top, opening to reveal a vacant interior, above a front with three carved panels, 48.5”(123cm)w. (1) €200 - 300 30 AN EDWARDIAN INLAID MAHOGANY OCCASIONAL ARMCHAIR, the back with an oval splat inlaid in etched bone and satinwood, depicting scrolling foliage and cherub masks, flanking an urn, above a serpentine fronted seat, raised on front cabriole legs. (1) €100 - 150 31 AN OAK DRAW LEAF TABLE, on reeded legs, 36” (92cm). (1) €20 - 30 32 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY DUCHESS DRESSING TABLE BASE, lacking top, the bow front with a frieze drawer, raised on half reeded and fluted supports, on a concave platform, 48” (122cm)w. (1) €70 - 90 33 AN OLD BEECH FRAMED ARM CHAIR COMMODE. (1) €30 - 40 34 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE, with frieze drawer on turned legs, 31” (78cm). (1) €100 - 200 35 AN EDWARDIAN ROCKING CHAIR, covered in old brocade. (1) €40 - 60 36 AN EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY AND MARQUETRY INLAID CENTRE TABLE, with circular serpentine shaped top, raised on four square tapering legs, united by a stretcher shelf, 27” (69cm). (1) €100 - 150 4

37 A SMALL AFGHAN Balouchi TRIBAL PRAYER RUG, 4ft6” (138cm)l x 2ft10” (86cm)w. (1) €60 - 80 38 A WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY HALL CHAIR, with double sea scroll back, above a solid seat, raised on tapering reeded legs. (1) €60 - 90 39 A VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD PRIE DIEU, the high back with a tapestry panel, above a serpentine shaped seat, and raised on front cabriole legs. (1) €100 - 200 40 AN EDWARDIAN INLAID MAHOGANY BIJOUTERIE TABLE, the hinged top lacking its glass plate, above an all around glazed frieze, raised on four square tapering legs, 26.5” (68cm). (1) €200 - 300 41 A GEORGE III PERIOD RECTANGULAR MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE, the moulded top above a frieze drawer, raised on slender square legs, united by a H-stretcher, 25”(64cm). (1) €140 - 180 42 A LEAF MOULDED GILT WALL MIRROR, 30” (77cm)h x 36” (92cm). (1) €80 - 100 43 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, Woodland Scene, depicting four girls seated on the bank of a river with a dog chasing a boy beyond, O.O.C., 29.5in (65cm)h x 35in (89cm). (1) €350 - 550 44 A SET OF THREE GEORGIAN MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, each with an arched back and pierced splat, above a drop in seat, raised on square legs. (3) €80 - 150 45 A PAIR OF MAHOGANY JARDINIERE STANDS OR TORCHERES, with spiral reeded and turned stem, 44.5” (113cm). (1) €30 - 50 46 A SMALL DROP LEAF GATE LEG OAK TABLE, 24” (61cm); together with a modern bedside pedestal. (2) €40 - 60

47 A MODERN GILT PIER MIRROR, crested with a classical mask amongst foliage, above an arched mirror plate, 39” (99cm)h x 22” (56cm)w. (1) €150 - 200 48 A 17TH CENTURY STYLE EBONIZED OAK MONK’S BENCH, with carved double panel back, above a lift up seat, the carved and pierced arm rests with grotesque dog head finials, and similar paneled front below, 41” (104cm)w. (1) €200 - 300 49 A VERY FINE MODERN THREE PIECE SUITE OF SEAT FURNITURE, comprising a pair of armchairs and a large three seater settee, the settee with a triple cushion back and conforming seat, and raised on front turned legs, all covered in attractive beige and red brocade type fabric. (3) €300 - 500 50 A COLLECTION OF LAW BOOKS, Relating to Irish Law, The Irish Constitution, John Morris Kelly third edition, by Gerard Hogan & Gerry White, Butterworths 1994; The Irish Constitution, two copies of the fourth edition, John Morris Kelly, by Gerard Hogan & Gerry White, Lexis Nexis Butterworths; The Judges in Ireland 1221-1921 by F. Elrington Ball, Vol I & II London printed by John Murray; pamphlet, Ireland and The E.E.C, by David O’ Mahoney & Brian M.E. McMahon; another pamphlet, Ireland and the United Nations, by Brian J. O’Connor; The Irish Constitution, three copies, John Morris Kelly, with G.W. Hogan and G. White, a supplement to the second edition 1987; New Ireland Forum, Report and Studies and Report on Specific Matters, bound by the Antiquarian Book Crafts Dublin, Vols I & II, Vol II proceedings; Company Law in the Republic of Ireland, The Hon. Mr. Ronan Keane Butterworths 1985; A Bibliography of Periodical Literature Relating to Irish Law, by Paul O’ Higgins, Belfast printed 1966; The Irish Constitution, John Morris Kelly, Dublin printed 1980; Ireland a Proclamation Matters of Felony, by Margery Weiner; a pamphlet, Report of the Committee on the Constitution Dec. 1967; Constitution of the Irish Free State (Saorstat Eireann), no 1 of 1922; The Law of Trusts, by George W. Keeton, with Irish Supplement by L.A. Sheridan, London printed by Sir. Issac Pitman & Sons Ltd; Notes on Irish Cases, compiled by Edward F. Ryan M.A, Cork University Press 1970; Comparative Constitutional Law Cases and Commentaries, by Walter F. Murphy & Joseph Tanenhaus; together with another two boxes of various books relating to Irish and English Law. (approx. 77) €30 - 50




57 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS ORNAMENTS, comprising a Denton china porcelain group, modelled with two love birds on a branch; a Royal Doulton Charles Spaniel; a Royal Copenhagen Charles Spaniel; a Royal Doulton figure The Gaffer, 8” (20cm); a small Goebel figure; a small Staffordshire cottage; a faience cat; and three other items. (a lot) €180 - 250

54 DESMOND STEPHENSON (1922-1964), Bog Road Luggala, O.O.B., signed lower left, also inscribed verso, 14.5” (37cm)h x 27” (69cm). (1) €400 - 600 55 A LARGE 19TH CENTURY MEISSEN CORNUCOPIA VASE, with stag head terminal on an oval base, 7.5” (19cm). (1) €100 - 150


51 A REGENCY PERIOD BOW FRONTED SECRETAIRE CHEST ON CHEST, with arched and inlaid cornice, the upper section with three long and two short drawers, the base with two long drawers and a drop front secretaire, and raised on splayed bracket feet, 78” (198cm)h x 44” (112cm). (1) €2,500 - 3,000

56 AN EDWARDIAN INLAID MAHOGANY AND SATINWOOD SIDE CUPBOARD, the moulded cornice above a satinwood frieze, inlaid with drapery and ribbon bows, above two leaf inlaid satinwood spandrels, above a recessed mirror plate, and two cupboard doors below, each with a satinwood panel, inlaid with cherub ovals, suspended by ribbon bows, bell flowers and scrolling foliage, enclosing three shelves, on leaf carved baluster legs, united by a stretcher shelf, 60” (153cm)h x 32” (81cm) w. (1) €250 - 350

52 A SMALL IRISH INLAID LABURNUM WRITING TABLE, with slope top, opening to reveal a writing surface with baize liner, above a frieze drawer with the trade label of M. Butler Ltd., Royal Antique Furniture Gallery, Upper Abbey Street, Dublin, and raised on four square tapering legs, united by a shaped stretcher with shelf, 32” (82cm)h x 17” (43cm)w. (1) €400 - 500 53 AN 18TH CENTURY MAHOGANY EIGHT DAY IRISH LONGCASE CLOCK , by Alex Gordon of Dublin, the swan neck pediment with two rosettes and crested with a shell above a grotesque mask, on a leaf carved moulded band, the square brass dial with a circular chapter ring and Arabic and Roman numerals, signed Alex Gordon Dublin, with subsidiary dial and date aperture, on a circular brass centre, inside ornate and leaf scroll spandrels, with a glazed door flanked with fluted columns, each with carved Corinthian capital, above a long arched and moulded door, on a moulded and panelled base, with ogee bracket feet, 95” (241cm)h x 21” (53cm)w. (1) €1500 - 2500


58 A LARGE CARVED WOODEN AND PARCEL GILT WALL CREST, depicting three castles under a basket of fruit, and inscribed Central Dublin Hotel, 25” (64cm)h x 24” (61cm)w. (1) €650 - 700 59 A LARGE HEAVY CHINESE SOAPSTONE FIGURE OF A BUDDHA, 12” (31cm)h. (1) €340 - 360 60 A CARVED 17TH CENTURY STYLE WALNUT AND OAK COURT CUPBOARD, the moulded cornice above a relief carved panel door, depicting figures outside an inn after David Tenniers, supported by a Dutch milk maid and a farmer, above a frieze drawer and a similar carved relief panel below, raised on a moulded plinth with bun feet, 77” (196cm) high, 40” (102cm), 19” (49cm) deep. (1) €500 - 700




61 61 19th CENTURY CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, Cathedral Interior with Figures, oil on canvas, indistinctly signed with monogram and date 1880, 11.5” (29cm) x 8.5” (22cm) €250 - 300 62 AN ATTRACTIVE BERLIN PORCELAIN POT POURRI URN AND COVER, late 19th century, with pierced dome cover, the body applied with two lion masks, issuing leaf swags, decorated with elegant figures and stately homes in landscapes, on square stem base, as is, 14” (36cm). (1) €100 - 200

65 AN EBONISED AND BRASS MOUNTED SIDE CUPBOARD, the oblong top with projecting rounded corners, the doors overlaid with porcelain panels, depicting flowers, raised on a shaped plinth base, 49” (125cm). (1) €1100 - 1500

67 67 A FRENCH GREEN BOULLE mantel CLOCK, the gilt brass dial with enamel Roman numerals, signed Thuret Paris, the domed top with four urn finials, above an arched and glazed door, 14” (36cm)h x 8” (20cm). (1) €1300 - 1600

66 THOMAS SYDNEY COOPER (1803-1902), Hereford Cow in a Stable, oil on canvas, signed lower right and dated 1836, 17.25” (44cm) x 13.5” (34cm). (1) €800 - 1500

63 A VERY FINE 19TH CENTURY FRENCH BOULLE BRACKET CLOCK, the top surmounted with a classical figure above a shell, flanked with a stylized dolphin to either side in gilt bronze, on a two stage rectangular top, the arched case crested with a female mask, with a very ornate brass dial, with raised cartouche shaped enamel Roman numerals, the centre dial chased with scrolling foliage and a sunburst mask in relief, the glazed door applied with a Medusa mask and leaf corona, and a cast brass frame, and a sun burst mask brass pendulum, on ornate brass leaf cast legs with bun feet, centred with a shell and two stylized dolphins, 41” (104cm)h x 18” (46cm). (1) €2000 - 3000 64 A BRONZED METAL AND MARBLE ETRUSCAN STYLE TWO-HANDLE URN, with Classical figures in relief, raised on a two colour marble plinth, 15.5” (40cm). (1) €100 - 150

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68 FIVE SIMILAR JAPANESE IMARI PORCELAIN DISHES, each of lobed form, and decorated in typical poly chrome palette, 8.5” (22cm); together with a slightly larger ditto, 9.25” (25cm). (6) €150 - 200 69 A FINE 19TH CENTURY FIFTEEN PIECE WORCESTER IMARI PATTERN PORCELAIN DESSERT SERVICE, comprising ten 8.5” (22cm) plates; a shell shaped serving dish; and four square lobed serving dishes, each decorated with stylised flowers in iron red , gilt and cobalt. (15) €400 - 600 70 A JAPANESE BRONZE KORO, of octagonal form, the pierced cover surmounted with a temple lion, flanked to either side with an arched and pierced handle, the baluster shaped body chased with dragons, raised on four square shaped legs, 11.5” (29cm)w. (1) €420 - 460


71 A BRASS RECEPTION DESK PORTERS BELL, 8” (20cm). (1) €80 - 120

73 73 A 19TH CENTURY EIGHT AIR SWISS MUSIC BOX, with Zither, in ornate birds eye maple and inlaid case, 23” (59cm)w. (1) €1100 - 1200

76 A FINE THREE PIECE 19TH CENTURY FRENCH FIVE MARBLE BRONZE AND GILT BRONZE MANTEL CLOCK GARNITURE, with silk suspension movement, and outside count wheel, striking on a steel bell, the circular enamel dial signed, Raingo A Paris, with Roman and Arabic numerals, surmounted with three cherubs on fluted breakfront white marble case, applied with scrolling vines, above an oval portrait relief of a woman, hanging from a ribbon bow, with conforming guilloche cast base with bun feet, 17.5” (45cm); together with a pair of bronze and gilt bronze ewers, each surmounted with two cherubs, holding floral swags, on a relief moulded body with classical scenes, 13.5” (34cm). (1) €3600 - 4200

74 AN IVORY GROUND KASHMIR STYLE RUG, with centre floral medallion on an ivory ground with scrolling flowers, and fawn spandrels, 5ft8” (173cm) x 3ft10” (117cm). (1) €100 - 150

72 72 AN EARLY OAK DRESSER, probably Continental, the two shelf back with iron hooks and plate racks, on a base with a single frieze drawer and two carved panel doors, 63” (160cm) wide. (1) €400 - 600

75 A PAIR OF VERY UNUSUAL CHINESE RELIEF MOULDED FAWN GROUND PORCELAIN VASES, each of hexagonal form, tapering upwards and downwards, blue seal mark to base, 17” (43cm). (2) €200 - 300

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78 A FIFTEEN PIECE PART FLORAL DECORATED PORCELAIN DESSERT SERVICE, with 9” (22cm) plates, and two comports, each with a turquoise gilt border; together with a modern print depicting a stag at bay; and a two compartment 19th century cutlery box. (17) €70 - 90 79 A COLOURFUL 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH PORCELAIN LOBED DISH, decorated with colourful birds, and relief moulded with vines, against a dark blue white ground, 10” (25cm); another similar floral decorated porcelain bread dish; together with another dark blue, white and floral painted comport and a matching plate. (4) €140 - 220

77 77 A VICTORIAN INLAID WALNUT CREDENZA, with ornate brass mounts, and a central glazed door, enclosing two shelves, and a bowed glass door to either side, raised on a shaped plinth, 43” (109cm)h x 46” (117cm)w. (1) €250 - 350



80 THOMAS ROSE MILES (ACT 1869-1906), Gorleston Beach, with Crowded Rescue Boat in High Stormy Waters and Rescue Figures on the Beach, oil on canvas, signed lower left and dated 1876, 23.5” (60cm) x 35.5” (90cm). (1) €800 - 1500

81 81 A WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY OPEN WATERFALL BOOKCASE, with graduating shelves, and two base drawers, raised on four turned legs, 58” (147cm)h x 51” (130cm)w. (1) €300 - 500

89 A RECTANGULAR LEATHER BRASS MOUNTED VANITY CASE, fitted with various silver mounted grooming items, including brushes, hand mirrors, silver mounted jars, spirit flask, shoe horns, lace pulls, ivory mounted jars, a silver plated whiskey flask dated 1918, etc., some original to the case, others added. (1) €150 - 250

82 A PAIR OF BRONZE GROUPS, probably after Clodion, each modelled with three frolicking cherubs, one with a goat, the other with a cougar, each 6.5” (16.5cm). (1) €950 - 1000

90 A GARNITURE OF THREE VICTORIAN LIGHT BLUE FROSTED GLASS VASES, comprising a gilt decorated centre piece with serpent colour and flared neck, 14.5” (37cm) high; together with a similar pair of small ditto, 11.75” (30cm). (3) €100 - 200 91 AN UNUSUAL GREEN PATINATED BRONZE FIGURAL LAMP, in the art-deco style, modelled as a woman, on a stepped polished limestone base, 35” (89cm) h. (1) €480 - 550

83 83 A CHINESE BRONZE GROUP, modelled as a Guanyin holding a sceptre, and seated at the back of a temple lion, on rectangular plinth, inscribed, 7” (18cm)h. (1) €320 - 360 84 A PAIR OF BRONZE CHERUB CANDLE STICKS, each with rustic stem, on a circular moulded base, on reeded bun feet, 10.75” (27cm). (2) €450 - 500

88 88 AFTER EDOUARD PAUL DELABRIERRE (1829-1912), Stork Eating a Toad, a bronze study with gilt bronze patina, signed, 8.75” (22cm). (1) €200 - 300

92 VERNON MARCH (LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY), Milk Maid with Cow, a bronze group, signed, on rectangular base, 11” (28cm) x 14” (36cm). (1) €800 - 1500

85 A NAPLES PORCELAIN GROUP, modelled as a young lady reading a book, 7” (18cm); together with a Dresden blanc-de-chine group, modelled with a young boy, wheeling a leaf shaped vine encrusted wheel barrow. (2) €70 - 90 86 A COLLECTION OF FOUR MISCELLANEOUS 19TH CENTURY FAUX IVORY JAPANESE FIGURES, together with a pair of Portuguese porcelain models of temple lions; and a Sitzendorf porcelain figural candlestick; and a Chinese group modelled with two figures on a canoe. (7) €80 - 120 87 A PORCELAIN ORIENTAL FEMALE FIGURE, seated on a bamboo stool with bird on arm, 8.5” (22cm); together with a carved wooden figure, modelled as an old Irish woman with shillelagh, 10.5” (27cm); and a Chinese parasol. (3) €70 - 120



95 A SERPENTINE FRONTED PIERCED BRASS AND BRIGHT CUT FENDER, with moulded base, 45” (115cm). (1) €150 - 250 96 A PAIR OF HEAVY BRASS MOUNTED ROUGE MARBLE URNS, each with fixed cover and frame finial, applied with double scroll handles and floral swags, 17.5” (45cm). (1) €850 - 950

93 93 AFTER PIERRE-JULES MENE (1810-1879), Hounds Attacking Boar, a large bronze group, signed lower left, 10.5” (27cm) x 20” (51cm). (1) €600 - 900

94 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN ARCH TOP FOOT STOOLS, covered in gold fabric, 16” (41cm) wide. (2) €200 - 300

97 97 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY BRACKET CLOCK, by Panchaud & Cumming Oxford Street London, the silverised dial with Roman and Arabic numerals, and a subsidiary dial for seconds, the arched and moulded top with a brass carrying handle, and a brass trellis panel to either side, raised on ogee brass bracket feet, 15.25” (39cm). (1) €400 - 600 98 ALFRED DUBUCAND, Setter Holding Dead Hare in Mouth, a bronze group, signed, with foundry mark 575 EV, on rectangular moulded rustic base and marble plinth, 11” (28cm) high, 13” (33cm) long. (1) €300 - 400

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99 EDWARD WILLIAM COOKE, R.A. (1811-1880), Evening Before a Storm on the Lagoon of Venice, Servolo in the Distance, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1869 lower right, old Picadilly Gallery label verso, 27” (66cm) x 42” (97cm). (1) Provenance: Private Irish Collection. €12,000 -1 8,000

104 A LARGE VICTORIAN CHESTERFIELD SETTEE, with padded back sides and seat, raised on front turned legs, and covered in loose liberty style fabric, 86” (220cm). (1) €250 - 350 105 AN OCTAGONAL WALNUT CENTRE TABLE, with moulded top on cabriole legs united by a stretcher 29.5” (76cm). (1) €80 - 120 106 W.C. BAUER, Breakers on a Beach, W.C., signed lower left, 10.25” (27cm)h x 29” (74cm); together with an early 20th century unframed study of a nude, O.O.C., 36” (90cm)h x 24” (61cm); an unframed landscape with trees in foreground, indistinctly signed, 17” (43cm)h x 26” (66cm); another late 19th century and another modern unframed Italian painting, depicting the Bay of Naples with fishing boats and Vesuvius beyond, and one other distressed portrait, 19th century. (4) €80 - 150


100 A FRENCH GILT METAL MANTEL CLOCK, early 20th century, the top crested with vines and a floral bouquet, above an enamel dial with Arabic numerals, and two glass panels, one front, one back, the corners applied with rams masks, terminating in hoof feet, on bow fronted white marble base with bead cast bun feet, 16” (41cm)h x 8” (20cm). (1) €300 - 500 101 A MODERN TELESCOPIC DINING TABLE, the serpentine shaped trellis pattern top, with a moulded edge and two spare leaves, raised on a pair of tri-pods, 8ft1” (246cm)l x 44” (112cm); together with a set of six (4+2) matching dining chairs, each with a cane back, and padded seat. (7) €300 - 500 102 A GEORGE IV PERIOD MAHOGANY SWINGFRAME DRESSING TABLE MIRROR, the rectangular plate above a bow fronted base with three drawers, flanked to each side with half turned baluster pilasters, raised on ball feet, 24” (61cm). (1) €80 - 120 103 A SUITE OF BAMBOO CONSERVATORY SEAT FURNITURE, comprising a two seat settee, an armchair, a matching stool, and a large sun lounger with canopy top. (4) €200 - 300 12

107 A SUITE OF CONSERVATORY DINING FURNITURE, comprising a set of four Rattan dining chairs, a circular glass top table - 45” (104cm) wide; together with a bamboo occasional table; and a magazine stand. (6) €200 - 300 108 A PAIR OF VERY UNUSUAL METAL TWIN BEDS, each arched headboard, with an oval convex panel, decorated with a quiver of arrows, inside scrolling foliage, and the outer panel decorated with floral sprays, within a tubular metal frame, and conforming foot boards, 36” (92cm). (2) €300 - 500 109 A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY CHEST, with three long and two short drawers, raised on bracket feet, 39.5” (101cm)h x 42” (107cm). (1) €200 - 300 110 A CIRCULAR POKER WORK FOLDING OCCASIONAL TABLE, the lift off top painted with colourful flowers, on a conforming folding stand, 19in (49cm)d. (1) €60 - 90 111 A SATIN BIRCH OCCASIONAL TABLE, with bow shaped sides, on square moulded legs, 24” (61cm). (1) €40 - 60

112 A TELESCOPIC BRASS STANDARD LAMP, on tripod base with onyx top converted to electricity with shade, 70” (178cm) approx. (1) €100 - 200 113 AN UNUSUAL WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY CORNER OCCASIONAL TABLE, or wash stand, with railed three quarter back and a frieze drawer, raised on turned legs, 46in (117cm)h x 16in (41cm). (1) €80 - 120 114 A GEORGIAN STYLE MAHOGANY HALL TABLE, with gadroon edge, the apron carved with a bowl of fruit and raised on four cabriole legs with ball and claw feet, 42” (107cms); together with a similar carved mahogany hall chair with solid seat on conforming legs. (2) €150 - 200 115 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS CLOTH AND LEATHERBOUND BOOKS, Comprising Encyclopaedia Britannica, Book of Knowledge Children’s Encyclopaedia, Chitty’s Annual Statutes, Volumes of the Law Journal Reports, etc. (approx. 95 volumes in total). €30 - 50 116 A DARK RED GROUND KASHAN CARPET, with centre medallion and all over floral pattern, with ivory spandrels, inside a dark blue border, 13ft9” (418cm)l x 9ft7” (292cm). (1) €500 - 700 117 A SEMI-ANTIQUE PERSIAN RUG, the centre panel with rows of hooked gulls, on an iron red ground inside a triple border, 8ft6” (259cm) x 4ft6” (137cm). (1) €80 - 150 118 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY PEDESTAL SIDE BOARD, the arched back with cartouche crest, issuing leaf sprays and scrolls, above a frieze with three drawers, and raised on two pedestals, each with a panel door, and raised on a short plinth, 69” (175cm). (1) €100 - 200 119 A MODERN OAK MONK’S BENCH, with lift up seat and panelled front, 33” (84 cm). (1) €150 - 200 120 AN OLD PITCH PINE CHURCH BENCH, with slatted back, 5ft (153c). (1) €100 - 200


121 A SMALL 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY DROP LEAF OCCASIONAL TABLE, with D-shaped flaps, flanked with one mock and one frieze drawer, raised on square tapering legs, 33” (84cm)w approx, ext. (1) €80 - 150 122 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY SINGLE PEDESTAL SIDE BOARD, with rail back, above a central frieze drawer, flanked to either side with a C-scroll spandrel, the pedestal with a single door, raised on a plinth base, 52.5” (133cm). (1) €150 - 250 123 ASSORTED PICTURES, including a 20th century S. American watercolour depicting A Crowded Town Square; a modern Italian School, Coastal Scene with figures; a modern pastel, Abstract Scene; another modern abstract, Still Life and a pair of modern French paintings, depicting elegant figures. (6) €40 - 60 123A A STONEWARE CELTIC STYLE TABLE LAMP, with cruciform centre on a square flared base, 41” (104cm); together with another baluster shaped brass Chinese table lamp with shade. (2) €80 - 150 124 A MODERN DOUBLE BED with head and foot board. €30 - 40 124A A DRESDEN PORCELAIN URN, with two handles in the form of Bacchus mask, flanking two shaped and hand painted panels, depicting figures dining alfresco, on a square fluted stem base, 9.5” (24cm); together with a square floral decorated French porcelain jar and stopper, 7” (18cm) and another two handled German porcelain vase with military portrait in relief 9.25” (23cm). (3) €60 - 120 125 A YELLOW GROUND SEVRES STYLE PORCELAIN POT POURRI URN AND COVER, decorated with a band of flowers, within gilt sprays, on a tapering fluted body with stem foot and pierced dome cover, 9.25” (24cm) cover as is. (1) €70 - 90 126 FIVE 19TH CENTURY STAFFORDSHIRE FLAT BACK FIGURES AND GROUPS, one depicting Wallace, holding a shield and sword, 17” (43cm); the other Robin Hood and one of his men, 14” (36cm); and three others similar, each with a woman holding a sheaf of wheat on her head and her partner beside her. (5) €100 - 150

127 A COMPREHENSIVE ROYAL ALBERT OLD COUNTRY ROSE PATTERN TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE, comprising three tier cake stand, coffee pot, large and small tea pot, various sugar and creams, cups saucers, butter dishes, bead plates etc. (a lot) €80 - 120 128 A PAIR OF BRASS FIRE DOGS, each with urn finials; a large copper kettle; assorted horse brasses; a locust brass boot pull; three copper measures; a Chinese brass bell and a vase. (a lot) €80 - 100 129 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, 9ft2” x 4ft. (1) €800 - 1200 130 A BRASS MOUNTED EDWARDIAN OAK COAL SCUTTLE, with arched and reeded centre handle. (1) €80 - 120 131 A WOODEN TRUNK STAND, with attractive crewel work loose cover, 41” (105cm). (1) €80 - 100 132 A WILLIAM IV MAHOGANY HIGH BACK OCCASIONAL CHAIR, by Williams & Gibton, stamped - no. 30287, with padded back on front leaf moulded turned legs. (1) €80 - 120 133 A GOOD SET OF TEN (8+2) CHIPPENDALE STYLE MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, each with a pierced and carved splat, above a drop in seat, raised on cabriole legs with ball and claw feet. (10) €400 - 600 134 A LATE 18TH CENTURY OR EARLY 19TH CENTURY BRASS MOUNTED OCTAGONAL SPANISH BRAZIER, with two handled embossed copper pan, the top mounted with pierced disks and bands of rosettes, raised on eight legs, one associated, 37in (94cm). (1) €100 - 150 135 A CIRCULAR MAHOGANY BREAKFAST TABLE, the moulded top on an upward tapering cylindrical stem, with tri-pod base and bun feet, 50” (127cm). (1) €20 - 30

136 AN OVAL GEORGIAN INLAID MAHOGANY SERVING TRAY, with scroll handles and centre shell panel, inside a wavy gallery, 31” (79cm). (1) €70 - 90 137 A LATE VICTORIAN OAK KNEEHOLE DESK, with rectangular moulded top, with two frieze drawers and raised on four turned legs, 66” (168cm)w. (1) €300 - 500 138 A PAIR OF 18TH CENTURY YEW WOOD DINING CHAIRS, each in the Chinese Chippendale style, with pierced and shaped back and drop in seat, on square chamfered front legs. (2) €100 - 150 139 A PAIR OF VERY UNUSUAL ART DECO STYLE FAUX MARBLE CHAIRS, veneered back, seat and legs. (2) €600 - 700 140 A RECTANGULAR TWO DRAWER WALNUT CHEST OR TV STAND, with moulded top, on a plinth base, 45” (114cm). (1) €240 - 270 141 A LARGE VICTORIAN WALNUT OPEN ARMCHAIR, with leaf and cruciform crest, above a shaped and padded button back, above a serpentine fronted padded seat, on front cabriole legs. (1) €500 - 600 142 AN OLD COPPER WARMING PAN, with turned wooden handle; a brass and copper ditto; and a brass coal helmet with shovel. (3) €80 - 120 143 A 19TH CENTURY INLAID MAHOGANY DRESSING TABLE with three quarter back, above two satinwood banded drawers, raised on four square tapering legs, shortened, 49” (125cm)w. (1) €200 - 300 144 A VICTORIAN WALNUT OCCASIONAL CHAIR, with oval padded back and serpentine fronted seat, raised on front cabriole legs. (1) €80 - 150 145 A VERY ATTRACTIVE EDWARDIAN BRASS HALL LANTERN, with reeded corona and square spiral twist suspenders, the lantern with four bevelled glass panels, incorporating a door, with four spiral ball finials, 32” (82cm)h x 11.5” (29cm)w. (1) €800 - 1000 13

146 AN IRISH GEORGIAN STYLE MAHOGANY DROP LEAF HUNT TABLE, with demi lune flaps, raised on eight square legs, 83” (210cm). (1) €700 - 1100 147 AN ATTRACTIVE CUSHION SHAPED MURANO GLASS MIRROR, the rectangular centre plate, within a series of spiral reeded glass canes, and an etched and bevelled glass outer band, applied with rosettes and leaves, 26” (66cm)h x 22” (58cm)w. (1) €150 - 200 148 A MIDDLE EASTERN STAINED ELM AND BRASS BOUND DOWRY CHEST, the interior with a series of arches and a central mirror, and a lift out tray with hinged compartments, flanked to either side with two similar compartments, and applied with two metal carrying handles, 27” (69cm). (1) €200 - 300 149 AN ATTRACTIVE LATE 19TH CENTURY OR EARLY 20TH CENTURY SETTEE, with padded button back, arm panels and seat, raised on front square tapering legs with castors, 63” (160cm). (1) €150 - 200


150 AN INLAID MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE, O.R.M., the rectangular top with two frieze drawers, raised on four square tapering legs, 46” (91cm); together with a nest of three bow fronted mahogany occasional tables. (4) €70 - 90 151 After Moreau, probably Auguste Moreau (1834-1917), Woman holding plait on rock, bronze 16” (41cm). (1) €500 - 800 152 IAN POLLOCK (1975), Pere Lachaise, bronze, limited edition 2/9, modelled as a cat walking along a refectory, 6.75” (17cm) high, 11.5” (29.5cm). (1) €500 - 1000 153 A CHINESE CARVED GROUP, modelled with an old man holding a fish, converted to a standard or table lamp, 48” (122cm) including ivory covered shade. (1) €80 - 120




165 A PERSIAN KASHAN CARPET, with dark blue, fawn and light blue diamond medallion, on an all over floral pattern red field, with conforming spandrels, inside a floral blue border, 13ft (396cm)l x 9ft6 (290cm). (1) €450 - 550


154 A GEORGE IV PERIOD INLAID MAHOGANY LONGCASE CLOCK, the painted dial with an arched top incorporating an automaton with two figures using a saw, the dial with Arabic numerals under a swan neck pediment with a central roundel finial, the shaped cross banded and inlaid trunk door with fluted rounded pilasters, on a moulded box base with inlaid oval, approx 7ft (214cm)h x 19” (48cm). (1) €700 - 1100

159 A WHITE MARBLE PEDESTAL, the square moulded top, on a square tapering column, on conforming moulded base, 38” (97cm). (1) €300 - 350

155 A WILLIAM IV PERIOD EBONY STRUNG MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD, with three quarter gallery, above a concave centre, with one long and two short frieze drawers, raised on six heavy tapering turned legs, 8ft (244cm). (1) €450 - 850

161 AN EIGHT DAY INLAID MAHOGANY LONGCASE CLOCK, by J Stuart of Ayre, the arched and moulded top above an arched brass dial signed in the arch, above a circular brass chapter ring, with Arabic and Roman numerals, date aperture without hand and a subsidiary dial for date, the engraved centre with thistles and other scrolling foliage, within attractive spandrels and flanked with two reeded canted corners, above an inlaid long trunk door, with fluted quarter turned columns, on a moulded inlaid box base, on bracket feet, 82.5” (210cm)h x 19.5” (50cm). (1) €600 - 900

156 AN ENGLISH PORCELAIN BREAKFAST SET, comprising eighteen various tea and coffee cups; eighteen saucers; a milk and a cream jug; three bowls; five egg cups; six breakfast plates; twelve side plates; and two bread plates. (66) €80 - 150 157 A GEORGIAN PERIOD MAHOGANY SLOPE FRONT BUREAU BOOKCASE, the top probably associated, with Greek key moulded cornice above two astragal glazed doors, the sloped front opening to reveal a nicely fitted interior with drawers, pigeon hole compartments, secret compartments and a central cupboard, above three long and two short drawers on bracket feet, 84 “ (214cm) high x 40” (102cm). (1) €180 - 250 158 A ROUGE AND BLACK MARBLE BUST, head and shoulders of a Nubian man, raised on a square stepped base, 26” (66cm). (1) €440 - 460

160 A 19th CENTURY CANTONESE PORCELAIN SAUCER DISH, decorated with royal figures and courtiers, 14.5” (37cm) wide. (1) €80 - 120

162 W. LUDLOW BROWNE, Still Life, Roses on a Ledge, signed lower right, O.O.C.; and its companion, a similar subject, a pair, 11.25” (29cm)h x 23” (59cm). (2) €800 - 850 163 A PERSIAN BIDJAR CARPET, with double hexagonal centre medallion, the blue and red field with all over pattern, inside a rust border, 9ft11” (303cm)h x 6ft7” (201cm)w. (1) €400 - 600 164 A LARGE PERSIAN MOUD RUG, with central circular floral medallion, on an ivory ground with all over floral pattern, inside a red border, 8ft5” (255cm)l x 6ft5” (203cm). (1) €400 - 600

166 A GOOD PERSIAN MASHAD CARPET, the maditton design with star shaped centre medallion, on an all over floral pattern, with burgundy field and dark blue spandrels, inside a conforming border, 13ft (401cm)l x 10ft (305cm)w. (1) €450 - 550 167 A RED GROUND PERSIAN Hamadan Lori RUNNER, with central octagonal medallions, on iron ground with two rectangular panels, with canted corners, inside a conforming border, 9ft9” (297cm)l x 4ft2 (127cm). (1) €180 - 220 168 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS CARVED WOODEN WORKS OF ART, comprising a young boy playing flute; another modelled with a goose with a fish in its mouth; together with three natural wood formations. (5) €40 - 60 169 A HEAVY EBONY CARVED ELEPHANT, modelled with trunk lowered and ears back, 15” (39cm) high, 19.5” (50cm) wide. (1) €300 - 400 170 TWO SIMILAR CARVED HARDWOOD TRIBAL MASKS, 13” (33cm) approx. each. (2) €60 - 100 171 AN EARLY CARVED SOFTWOOD TRIBAL MASK, 15” (38cm). (1) €100 - 200 172 THREE SIMILAR CARVED HARDWOOD TRIBAL MASKS, 15.5” (39cm) approx. (3) €60 - 100 173 A PAIR OF CHINESE CARVED CHERRYWOOD GROUPS, one modelled as an old man holding a basket with child by his feet, the other a woman holding a fan and basket and crane by her foot, 14” (36cm) high. (2) €80 - 150 174 A BALINESE CARVED HARDWOOD FIGURE, modelled with a fisherman holding a net, 23.5” (60cm) high. (1) €100 - 200


175 A REGENCY STYLE D-END TWIN PEDESTAL MAHOGANY DINING TABLE, 10’ (300cm) approx. long by 4’(122cm)w, with one spare leaf, raised on two ring turned stems, each with a quadruple pod. (1) €500 - 800

179 A VICTORIAN PAPIER-MACHÉ CENTRE TABLE, the black lacquered and decorated top inlaid with mother-o-pearl, inside a lobed border, on a turned stem with tripod base, 25” (64cm); together with a pair of similarly decorated chairs with cane seats. (3) €150 - 250

176 A FINE SET OF ELEVEN (9+2) REGENCY PERIOD MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, each with a triple rail back, comprising central rail with double circles and leaf brackets, the top and lower rail with corn cob centre, and tapering bead ends, above a caned seat, now over laid with a padded drop in seat, and raised on front sabre legs. (11) €2000 - 3500


178 A MAHOGANY CASED ENGLISH BAROGRAPH, 20th century, by Casella of London, with spare graph sheets, brass carrying handle and two glazed panels, 12” (31cm)w. (1) €150 - 250

177 A MAHOGANY CASED LABORATORY MICROSCOPE, by W. Watson Ltd. London, in gilt brass and bronzed metal, 15” 938cm). (1) €400 - 450

180 A 19TH CENTURY CASED LEATHER BOUND PRESENTATION BIBLE, Bagster’s Comprehensive Bible, presented to Mr. Stephen Jones, on his leaving the parish Yatton, which he filled the office of parish clerk and school master, Yatton 28th September 1847, in velvet lined mahogany case, with drawer, 13.5” (34cm)h x 15” (38cm). (1) €450 - 500 181 A FAIENCE GLAZED POTTERY BOTTLE VASE, with tall flared neck, decorated with colourful flowers and insects, 14.25” (37cm). (1) €240 - 260




182 A 19TH CENTURY FRENCH GILT BRASS AND PORCELAIN MANTEL CLOCK, a circular decorated porcelain dial with flowers and birds, and Roman numerals, striking on a steel bell, surmounted with an urn, the clock drum flanked to either side with classical female masks, on a flared base with scrolling foliage, and inset with porcelain panel decorated with a couple seated in a landscape, 13” (33cm)h x 9” (23cm)w. (1) €700 - 800


183 A BOHEMIAN BALUSTER SHAPED GLASS VASE, the flared neck with two facet cut collars, above floral decorated panels, within gilt sprays, on a circular flared base, 16” (41cm). (1) €500 - 600

196 AN EDWARDIAN INLAID AND MARQUETRY ROSEWOOD DAVENPORT, the top with a three quarter brass gallery and hinged top, enclosing stationary, ink and pen compartments, the tooled leather inset sloping front, opening to reveal a birds eye maple lined interior with two drawers, raised on a single pedestal, with four drawers and four apposing mock drawers, with inlaid panelled front, 22.5” (57cm)w. (1) €1000 - 1200

184 A WOODEN SCALE MODEL OF A HORSES CART, with two shafts, and wooden spoked wheels with iron rims, inscribed Ian Colder Grimond Manse no.1, 23” (59cm)h x 15” (38cm)w. (1) €250 - 300

197 AN EDWARDIAN INLAID DAVENPORT, with slope top, on pedestal base with four drawers, 21” (54cm)w. (1) €440 - 470

185 A TURQUOISE AND WHITE TOILET BASIN AND EWER. (2) €80 - 120 186 A CIRCULAR VICTORIAN WALNUT MINIATURE FLIP-TOP BREAKFAST TABLE, on tri-pod base, 7.5” (19cm); a circular larger rosewood ditto on tri-form base, 10” (26cm); and another similar walnut miniature dining table. (3) €400 - 450 187 A VERY FINE AND UNUSUAL BRONZE AND GILT BRONZE ZSOLNAY TABLE CENTRE, with five steeples mark in brown, porcelain canoe shaped bowl, decorated with flowers, the front with a swan being held by a cherub, and another cherub behind holding a ribbon, on a rococo style base with shell feet, inscribed underneath, Made in Czechoslovakia, incised numbers 12, 11 2 20, 14” (36cm). (1) €380 - 450

191 191 A FRENCH GREEN ONYX FOUR GLASS MANTEL CLOCK, with ornate brass mounts, surmounted with cherub with bow and arrow, the circular enamel dial with Roman and Arabic numerals, signed Dela Ides Diriquen Chantilloi, with double chamber mercury pendulum, each corner with a cloisonné column, on rectangular plinth, with rounded corners, 15.25” (38cm). (1) €850 - 950

188 A JAPANESE PORCELAIN AND CLOISONNÉ INLAID CYLINDRICAL VASE, decorated with flowers, on an iron red blue and black ground, four character mark to base, 10” (26cm). (1) €180 - 250

192 A FINE REGENCY STYLE MAHOGANY DINING TABLE, with three spare leaves, and raised on two tri-pod pedestals with turned stem, and three reeded splayed legs, terminating in brass castors, 9ft2 (280cm)l x 3ft9 (114cm). (1) €900 - 1000

189 A CHINESE TANG STYLE BRONZE FIGURE OF A HORSE, 8” (20cm). (1) €180 - 220

193 FOLLOWER OF THOMAS FAED R.A., Peasant Couple with Infant and Doves by a Cottage Door, oil on canvas, 19” (48cm) x 13.5” (35cm). (1) €100 - 200

190 A LARGE CHINESE FAMILLE VERTE FISH BOWL OR JARDINIERE, profusely decorated with scrolling foliage and flowers, the panels with mythical animals and birds, against yellow green and white, approx 14” (35.5cm). (1) €180 - 250

194 A SET OF EIGHT (6+2) GEORGE III STYLE MAHOGANY SHIELD BACK DINING CHAIRS, each with a pierced centre splat, above a tapestry covered seat, on square tapering spade legs. (8) €580 - 650

195 19th CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, Fisherfolk on a Beach, oil on canvas, 10.75” (28cm) x 14” (36cm). (1) €80 - 150

198 TWO SIMILAR VICTORIAN MAHOGANY BUTTON-BACK ARM CHAIRS, each with balloon shaped padded back, and moulded frame, with serpentine shaped padded seat and arm rests, and raised on front cabriole legs. (2) €300 - 400 199 AN ATTRACTIVE EDWARDIAN SQUARE BRASS HALL LANTERN, the four sides with glazed panels, each panel with nine smaller rectangular panels, 31” (79cm) h x 10” (26cm)w. (1) €700 - 850 200 A MINIATURE PLANK-TOP COFFER CHEST, probably 18th century, with iron strap-work hinges and carved front panel, 14” (36cm) high, 22.5” (57cm) wide. (1) €150 - 250 201 A WILLIAM IV MAHOGANY X-FRAMED FOOTSTOOL, with tapestry covered seat and leaf moulded legs, 18” (46cm) square; together with a small oval Victorian mahogany footstool with tapestry top. 12” (30cm). (2) €100 - 200 202 A RECTANGULAR VICTORIAN WALNUT MARQUETRY AND PARQUETRY INLAID SIDE OR CENTRE TABLE, the top with rounded corners, raised on four turned stems, and down turned legs, united by a turned stretcher, 34.5” (88cm). (1) €50 - 70 203 A GEORGIAN MAHOGANY TWO-TIER DUMB WAITER, with two circular dished shelves, originally a three tier, with baluster stem and tri-pod base, adapted, 19.5” (50cm). (1) €100 - 150


212 A VICTORIAN CARVER ARMCHAIR, covered in red velvet; together with a mahogany side chair, covered in green leatherette as is. (2) €30 - 60 213 CIRCLE OF MYLES BIRKET FOSTER, Children Chatting in a Hamlet, watercolour, 8” (20cm) x 11” (28cm). (1) €100 - 200

213 204 A VICTORIAN WALNUT POLE SCREEN, with wool tapestry panel depicting flowers, inside a circular scroll moulded frame, on a tri-pod base with scroll feet. (1) €180 - 250 205 A SET OF FIVE VICTORIAN MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, each with padded back and seat, raised on turned and fluted front legs. (5) €480 - 550 206 AN ATTRACTIVE CIRCULAR MAHOGANY BREAKFAST TABLE, with 48” (122cm) moulded top, raised on a quadruple pod, with hipped splayed legs. (1) €800 - 900 207 A WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY WINDOW STOOL, with two double curved ends, united a baluster turned stretcher, flanking an oblong drop in seat, raised on four splayed legs, 5ft (153cm)w. (1) €200 - 300 208 AN OVAL MAHOGANY OCCASIONAL TABLE, on turned pine stem, with quadruple pod, adapted, 31” (78cm)d. (1) €20 - 30 209 A LATE 19TH CENTURY CIRCULAR MAHOGANY OCCASIONAL TABLE, with bead turned stem, on circular platform base with four legs. (1) €70 - 120 210 A 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL WALNUT CENTRE TABLE, with serpentine shaped top, on turned stem and tri-pod base, 39” (100cm)w. (1) €80 - 150 211 A MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTION OF KITCHEN ORNAMENTS, including an old oil lamp, a stoneware spirit jar, a cat form cream jug, and various other similar items. (a lot) €20 - 30 18

214 AN EDWARDIAN STYLE BRASS HORN GRAMOPHONE. (1) €180 - 250 215 A SET OF TEN LATE VICTORIAN OPEN BACK MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, each with a drop in seat, on front baluster turned legs. (10) €400 - 500 216 A LARGE FRENCH STYLE YEW WOOD FARM HOUSE REFECTORY TABLE, on turned supports, with block stretcher and feet, 78” (198cm)w x 36” (91cm)d. (1) €1400 - 1500 217 A MODERN DESIGNER STYLE THREE SEATER SETTEE, covered in green fabric, with fixed cushion, on ebonised legs, 71” (180cm)w. (1) €150 - 200 218 A MODERN DESIGNER STYLE TWO SEATER SETTEE, covered in oatmeal fabric, with two fixed cushions and a button back, on ebonized tapering legs, 50” (128cm). (1) €100 - 200

222 DESMOND STEPHENSON (1922-1964), Blue Sea Brittany, depicting woman and child in foreground, O.O.B., signed lower right, inscribed on label verso, 14.5” (37cm)h x 22” (56cm)w. (1) €350 - 550 223 AN EDWARDIAN WALNUT NURSING OR LADIES CHAIR, in attractive brocade fabric; together with a similar smaller chair and a Victorian mahogany side chair. (3) €100 - 150 224 A MODERN MAHOGANY VENEERED TWO-TIER OFFICE OR TV STAND, with three cupboard doors and a drawer, 57” (145cm)w. (1) €30 - 40 225 LATE 19TH CENTURY CHINESE SCHOOL, Crowded Junk in High Seas, oil on canvas; together with its companion, depicting a similar subject, 9.5” (24cm) x 7.5” (19cm). (2) €150 - 250 226 AN EDWARDIAN WALNUT BEDSIDE PEDESTAL DRAWER AND CUPBOARD, on cabriole legs, 15” (39cms)w, together with a walnut two door dressing table or wash stand with frieze drawer on short cabriole legs, 24” (61cm)w. (2) €50 - 70 227 A BENTWOOD HAT, STICK AND COAT STAND, on four sabre legs. (1) €80 - 120

219 A SET OF FOUR WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY BAR BACK DINING CHAIRS, each gadroon and shell crested top rail above a leaf carved cross rail and drop in seat, together with another similar chair, and three other similar chairs (7). €150 - 250 220 IN THE STYLE OF GEORGE CRUIKSHANK (1792-1878), The Visit to the Dentist, O.O.C., 16” (41cm)h x 11” (28cm)w. (1) €400 - 500 221 A GEORGE IV MAHOGANY GATE-LEG DROP-LEAF DINING TABLE, with walnut top and two rectangular flaps raised on a centre section with six spiral reeded turned and tapering legs, adapted, 71” (180cm)l x 50.5” (128cm)w. (1) €150 - 250



228 A BRASS MOUNTED SATINWOOD AND KINGWOOD BANDED FRENCH WARDROBE OR ARMOIRE, the arched and moulded cornice, crested with a brass shell, issuing leaf sprays, and two bevelled mirror doors to the front, raised on a short plinth, supported by four vase shaped legs, approx 7ft (213cm)h x 53” (135cm)w. (1) €200 - 300 229 AN EIGHT-DAY CARVED OAK LONGCASE CLOCK, with rectangular domed pediment, above an arched brass dial by John Evans Shrewsbury, signed in the arch with stylized dolphin spandrels, above a silverised chapter ring, with Arabic and Roman numerals, flanked with rounded half turned columns, the case profusely carved with scrolling leaves, rosettes and guilloche mouldings, an arched trunk door on a carved and moulded box base, on ogee bracket feet, 85in (216cm)h x 19in (48cm)w. (1) €500 - 700 230 AN 18TH CENTURY PROVINCIAL ELM AND OAK TALL BOY, probably Irish, the moulded cornice above an arrangement of five long and two short drawers, raised on a stand with four square legs, 60.5” (153cm)h x 33” (84cm)w. (1) €400 - 500 231 A 19TH CENTURY INLAID MAHOGANY WARDROBE, the dentil moulded cornice, above an inlaid frieze, and two astragal glazed doors, with inlaid panels below, enclosing all hanging interior, raised on bracket feet, 51” (130cm)w. (1) €250 - 350 232 A VICTORIAN OVAL WALNUT DRESSING TABLE MIRROR, with fluted supports, and urn finials, raised on four leaf carved scroll legs, 24in (62cm)h x 18in (46cm)w. (1) €100 - 200 233 AN ULTRA MODERN STAINLESS STEEL CEILING LIGHT, with ten arms and frosted glass bulbous shades, 20” (51cm). (1) €10 - 30 234 A MAHOGANY BUREAU, O.R.M., with slope front, above three long drawers, raised on four cabriole legs, 30” (76cm) w. (1) €70 - 90

235 EARLY 20TH CENTURY PROBABLY IRISH SCHOOL, Gypsies Chatting by a Caravan in a Landscape, O.O.C., indistinctly signed, 24” (61cm)h x 29” (74cm)w; together with another still life Dead Game, by the same hand, 19” (49cm)h x 23” (59cm)w. (2) €300 - 400 236 AFTER GIOVANNI DOMENICO CAMPIGLIA (1692-1768), Raccolta Di Statua Antiqua, a set of six 18th century engravings of sculptural antiquity, 18.5” (48cm)h x 12” (31cm)w. (6) €300 - 500 237 A FACSIMILE OLD DUBLIN WHISKEY ADVERTISING POSTER, framed, 17.5in (45cm)h x 13.5in (35cm)w. (1) €50 - 60 238 A FINE GEORGIAN STYLE CARVED WHITE AND ROUGE MARBLE MANTEL PIECE, the inverted break front and moulded top above a Greek key frieze with central oval carved patriae, the projecting front with two Doric columns fronting the jambs in coloured marble and raised on block feet, 51.5” (131cm)h x 67” (170cm)w. (1) €2500 - 3500 239 A 19th CENTURY MAHOGANY BOOKCASE TOP, the dentil moulded cornice above two astragal glazed doors raised on an associated stand with front cabriole legs, 69” (175cm)w, adapted. (1) €200 - 300 240 A 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL WALNUT CUPBOARD, the rectangular moulded top above a frieze drawer and ornate cupboard doors below with architectural style panels and flanked to either side with a turned column, on front vase shaped supports, united by a stretcher shelf on bun feet, 50” (127cm)h x 47” (120cm)w. (1) €30 - 60 241 AN EARLY VICTORIAN MAHOGANY SWING FRAME DRESSING MIRROR, with upward tapering fluted columns and a centre lidded compartment on a rectangular moulded base with bun feet, 29”. (1) €150 - 250 242 A 13” TERRESTRIAL TABLE GLOBE, E.R.Globus, by Gezeichnel & Hergestellt, Berlin, on turned wooden stem and circular wooden base, 23in (58cm). (1) €50 - 70

243 AN EDWARDIAN INLAID MAHOGANY DISPLAY CABINET, the arched and moulded back inlaid in the neo-classical style above two glazed doors enclosing fabric covered shelves and a bow centre with hanging bell flowers raised on square tapering legs, 45.25” (115cm)w. €180 - 220 244 A RARE LARGE COLOURED ADVERTISING PRINT, Custerd’s Last Fight, from the original painting presented to the seventh regiment U.S. cavalry, by Anheuser-Busch, St. Louis Missouri U.S.A., world’s largest brewery, home of Budweiser, depicting a fierce battle with a key to names, framed, 30.25” (77cm)h x 41” (104cm)w. (1) €400 - 500 245 A 19TH CENTURY BRASS-BOUND MAHOGANY TEAPOY, of rectangular form, with slotted interior, on turned and reeded legs, 18” (48cm)w. (1) €100 - 200 246 A SERPENTINE SHAPED RECTANGULAR WALNUT COFFEE OR OCCASIONAL TABLE, raised on leaf carved cabriole legs, with ball and claw feet, 32.5” (82cm)w. (1) €60 - 80 247 A MODERN THREE PIECE SUITE OF SEAT FURNITURE, comprising a three-seater settee with triple cushion back and seat, covered in attractive light gold fabric. (3) €250 - 350 248 A REGENCY PERIOD MAHOGANY TEAPOY, of sarcophagus form, with a hinged cover, raised on a quadruple pod with splayed legs and brass casters, 21.5” (55cm)w. (1) €1200 - 1400 249 A SET OF GOTHIC STYLE PITCH PINE CHURCH STALLS, 19th century, each with a dentil moulded cornice above a panelled back and lift up seats and scroll arm rests, 35ft1” (1066cm)h x 63” (160cm)w, five sections and ten seats. (5) €400 - 600 250 A METAL BOUND AND COWPERED WOODEN PAIL, with wooden handle, 20” (51cm)d. (1) €70 - 90 251 AN INLAID MAHOGANY FOLD-OVER TEA TABLE, the rectangular top, over a freize drawer, raised on four square tapering legs 35” (89cm)w. (1) €80 - 150


252 A 19th CENTURY RECTANGULAR PINE DOUGH BIN, of casket form, raised on a trellis type base, 30” (76cm) high, 37.25” (94cm) wide, 17.25” (44cm) deep. (1) €300 - 500 253 A SMALL EDWARDIAN PIERCED BRASS FENDER, 43” (110cm)w. (1) €70 - 90 254 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY SUTHERLAND TABLE, the rectangular flaps with rounded corners, raised on twin turned supports, on down scroll legs, 36” (92cm)w. (1) €180 - 250 255 A FINE EIGHT DAY IRISH MAHOGANY LONGCASE CLOCK, with swan neck pediment and carved rosettes, above a lion mask frieze, carved with scrolling shamrocks, and a square brass dial with Roman and Arabic numerals, stamped Thomas Sanderson of Dublin, and with subsidiary dial for seconds and date aperture, and flanked with two fluted columns, above a shaped trunk door, flanked to either side with reeded rounded corners and carved capitols, on a moulded box base with bracket feet, approx 7ft (213cm)h x 18” (46cm)w. (1) €1000 - 1500 256 A GEORGE IV PERIOD MAHOGANY FOLD-OVER TEA TABLE, the top with rounded corners, above a bead moulded frieze and raised on four ring turned legs, 36” (91cm)w. (1) €200 - 300 257 AN EDWARDIAN WALNUT ROCKING CHAIR, covered in worn green velvet; together with another Edwardian armchair covered in brocade. (2) €80 - 120 258 A 19TH CENTURY DEMI-LUNE FOLD OVER CARD TABLE, with satinwood banding, the hinged top over a rosewood banded frieze, and raised on four square tapering legs, each headed with oval satinwood patriae, and terminating in brass casters, 37.5” (96cm)w. (1) €300 - 500 259 A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY TWO-TIER BEDSIDE PEDESTAL, the galleried top above a shaped frieze and a lower shelf with drawer, raised on four square chamfered legs, headed with eigh fret cut spandrels, 33.5” (85cm)h x 15” (38cm)w. (1) €100 - 200 20

260 A PAIR OF UNUSUAL WHITE PAINTED CAST IRON GARDEN URNS, each with tongue and dart moulded folded rim, raised on a fluted column, on square moulded base, 32” (82cm)d. (2) €550 - 600

269 A PAIR OF BALUSTER SHAPED JAPANESE BRONZE VASES, Meiji period, each with two mask handles and the panels with birds perched on branches in relief, raised on four legs, 18” (46cm)w. (2) €380 - 420

261 AN EDWARDIAN CARVED OAK GOTHIC STYLE ANEROID BAROMETER, by Lloyd, Payne and Amier Manchester, the arch top with a leaf crest, above a thermometer dial and circular main dial below, 44” (112cm). (1) €150 - 220

270 EARLY 20TH CENTURY, PROBABLY IRISH SCHOOL, Portrait of a Young Girl, depicted seated on a chair, O.O.C., 42” (107cm)h x 32” (81cm). (1) €150 - 250

262 AN INLAID MAHOGANY ANEROID WHEEL BAROMETER, by Curry & Paxton Liverpool, with divided pediment, as is, 38” (98cm). (1) €100 - 150 263 A PAIR OF COMPOSITION CHALK SCAGLIOLI PLINTHS, in the Gothic style, each with a typical Gothic capital and a tri-column pilaster, on half octagonal plinth, 51” (130cm) high, 11.25” (29cm). (2) €200 - 300 264 A FINE MATCHED DERBY IMARI PATTERN COFFEE AND TEA SERVICE, early 19th century, comprising three tea cups; three coffee cups; an oval tea pot and cover; an oval sucrier, cover and stand; cream jug; a large bowl; a smaller dish and six saucers. (a lot) €250 - 450 265 A GEORGE III PERIOD SECRETAIRE CABINET, the moulded cornice above a blind fret frieze, over two astragal glazed doors, on a chest base, possibly associated, and with a drop front secretaire drawer, and three long drawers below, 46” (117cm)w. (1) €200 - 300 266 A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY CORNER CABINET, with Greek key moulded divided pediment, above two astragal glazed doors and two cushion panel doors below, raised on bracket feet, 94in (240cm)h x 45in (115cm)w. (1) €200 - 350 267 A GEORGE III PERIOD MAHOGANY OR RED WALNUT CHEST, with three long or two short drawers, and a concealed frieze drawer, raised on short bracket feet, 42.5” (108cm). (1) €200 - 300 268 A CIRCULAR BLUE AND WHITE PEARLWARE DISH, 15” (38cm), as is, on mahogany stand. (2) €30 - 50

271 A CHINESE PORCELAIN ELEPHANT FORM GARDEN SEAT, O.R.M., 17” (43cm); together with two pierced barrel shaped Chinese garden seats. (3) €100 - 150 272 ROBERT BRIDGEHOUSE (19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL), Fisherfolk on a Beach, O.O.P., signed lower left, and dated 1865, 11.5” (30cm)h x 17.25” (44cm) w. (1) €600 - 700 273 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS PORCELAIN, comprising a Volpi Deruta stoneware ewer signed, another similar signed D. Grazia Deruta, a blue and white modern coffee pot, an oval gilt and floral decorated jewellery casket and cover, a French porcelain cup and saucer, a modern porcelain tea caddy and cover, a Victorian jug, and a dark red ground modern jewelled vase. (8) €40 - 60 274 AN ART NOUVEAU COPPER JARDINIERE OR FUEL BIN, 12” (31cm). (1) €140 - 160 275 A COLOURFUL VICTORIAN SEVENTEENPIECE ENGLISH PORCELAIN TEA SERVICE, decorated with flowers comprising tea pot; sucrier and cover; 8 cups, 7 saucers; together with some other miscellaneous table ware, including a pierced semi porcelain serving dish blue and white; a pair of sitzendorf porcelain figures modelled as a young boy and girl; other cups and saucers etc, a lot. €30 - 40 276 A BRASS HELMET SHAPED COAL SCUTTLE, a set of three brass fire irons, each with bulbous finial; a brass oil lamp; and two five piece brass fire tidies. (7) €80 - 120

277 AN OLD COPPER HOT WATER BOILER, with brass mounts and urn finial, raised on four bell shaped legs, 19.5” (50cm). (1) €70 - 120 278 AN ATTRACTIVE GILT OVERMANTEL, the inverted breakfront cornice crested with a cartouche, above a mirror plate flanked to each side with half beaded pilasters, the lower sections moulded with hanging bell flowers, 45” (115cm) high, 48” (122cm) wide. (1) €150 - 250 279 A 19TH CENTURY INLAID MAHOGANY OPEN BOOKCASE, of small proportions, with four sections, raised on bracket feet, 26.25” (67cm)h x 48” (122cm) w. (1) €70 - 90 280 A CHINESE METAL TEA BIN, the slope and hinged mahogany top, above a painted panel depicting a horse, 25” (64cm) h x 19.25” (49cm); together with an ebonized Edwardian piano stool. (2) €150 - 250 281 A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY TALL BOY, probably Irish, the moulded top above seven graduating drawers, as is, 59” (150cm)h x 34” (86cm). (1) €200 - 300 282 A SMALL OVAL GILT TABLE MIRROR, O.R.M., together with a collection of assorted Chinese lacquer ware plaques; a lacquer ware box; and a Chinese cherrywood candlestick. (7) €30 - 50 283 A LARGE GILT D-SHAPED OVERMANTEL, with shell cartouche and leaf carved decoration, 68” (173cm) wide. (1) €150 - 250 284 A 17TH CENTURY STYLE OAK SLOPE FRONT BUREAU, with two long double panel doors, under a panel slope and raised on spiral turned legs, 30” (76cm)w. (1) €80 - 100 285 A COMPOSITION STONE FIREPLACE, with moulded shelf and jambs, approx 50.5” (129cm)h x 64” (163cm)w. (1) €300 - 500

286 A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY DROP-DIAL WALL CLOCK, with circular painted dial and Roman numerals, with single fusee movement, 22.5” (57cm)w. (1) €100 - 200 287 AN ART NOUVEAU MAHOGANY WARDROBE, with a single mirror door, enclosing a hanging compartment, and flanked to the left with a vacant compartment, base cupboard and a drawer, and a further base drawer, 39” (100cm) w. (1) €80 - 150

295 A SMALL CAST METAL GARDEN BENCH, with wooden slatted seat and back, the sides with relief plaques, 43” (110cm)w. (1) €550 - 600 296 A SMALL MAHOGANY BACHELORS CHEST, in the 18th century style, the fold out cross banded chest with baize lined interior, above four long drawers, on bracket feet, 30” (76cm)h x 24.5” (62cm). (1) €150 - 220

288 A PAIR OF LATE VICTORIAN RUBY GLASS AND VINE GILT DECORATED ÉPERGNES, each with spear shaped drops, on a baluster stem with circular foot, 13.5” (34cm)h. (2) €130 - 170

297 A GOOD INLAID AND CROSS BANDED MAHOGANY SOFA TABLE, with demi lune flaps flanking two mock and two frieze drawers, on lyre supports, united by a turned stretcher, on splayed legs, 65” (165cm) ext. (1) €1400 - 1600

289 A PAIR OF LATE 19TH CENTURY CAST BRASS AND CAST IRON DOOR STOPS, each in the form of a stylised dolphin, 12” (31cm)h. (2) €100 - 200

298 A RECTANGULAR VICTORIAN WALNUT STOOL, with tapestry seat, raised on moulded cabriole legs, 36” (92cm)w. (1) €280 - 350

290 A 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH PORCELAIN TWO HANDLED VASE, probably Rockinham, of baluster form, colourfully decorated with flowers and landscape on a stem base, 12” (30cm)h. (1) €80 - 120

299 A CARVED OAK HAT AND COAT WALL BRACKET, with centre mirror plate and wooden legs, 36” (92cm) x 17” (44cm)w. (1) €60 - 100

291 A MODERN LEAF CARVED CONSOLE MIRROR, 42.5” (108cm)w. (1) €40 - 80 292 A MEZZOTINT ENGRAVING, Daniel O’Connell, after Hodgett, by H. Blackburn Hart; together with another of The Duke of Wellington, after Count D’Orsay, by T. Hamilton Crawford. (2) €40 - 50 293 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS BRASS, comprising a table gong with striker; two pairs of brass candlesticks; a circular brass trivet; a horse hoof ink well; a horse shoe stand; a model of the Colosseum; three brass taps, and various other miscellaneous brass etc. (a lot) €50 - 70 294 A GOOD QUALITY IRON FRAMED MAHOGANY UPRIGHT PIANO, by W.H. Barnes, of London and Ramsgate, 46” (117cm) keyboard, and 5ft (152cm)w, overall. (1) €150 - 250

300 300 A VERY UNUSUAL PINE MODEL OF AN OLD IRISH PUB FRONT, with two windows, flanking a double door, the windows dressed with old spirit levels, model ships, Goss crested china, advertising signs, miniature gramophone, furniture etc., painted red and cream, 30” (76cm)h x 44” (112cm). (1) €350 - 400 301 A 9K GOLD WHEEL PENDANT, with central peri dot on a grid, with seed pearl flower heads inside a circular band of small split panels. (1) Provenance: Gore-Booth Family, Lissadell House, Co. Sligo. €180 - 250 21















O302 A 9K GOLD BLUE ENAMEL AND SEED PEARL HEART SHAPED PENDANT, inscribed Dec 1921; together with a gold and chip diamond arrow shaped pin and a 9k white gold and seed pearl bracelet. (3) Provenance: Gore-Booth Family, Lissadell House, Co. Sligo. €150 - 250 303 A CIRCULAR VICTORIAN CUSHION SHAPED MEMORIAL PENDANT, set with rows of split pearls and a central diamond. Provenance: Constance Gore-Booth, Lissadell House, Co. Sligo. €150 - 200 304 A VICTORIAN SEED PEARL AND GOLD BRACELET, with H links and lock, with safety chain. Provenance: Gore-Booth Family, Lissadell House, Co. Sligo. €140 - 160 305 A 9K GOLD SEMI-ANTIQUE BUTTERFLY BROOCH SET, with garnets, sapphires, diamonds, and pearls, 1.75” (4.5cm). (1) Provenance: Gore-Booth Family Lissadell. €250 - 350 306 A FINE EARLY 20TH CENTURY AND EMERALD BROOCH, with large rectangular emerald, 10.5mm x 8mm, approx 3ct weight, set in 18k gold, inside a band of sixteen old cut off round white diamonds, 1.6ct total weight, G/VS. (1) €800 - 1500 307 A RARE EARLY 20TH CENTURY ROLEX SILVER AND COBALT BLUE ENAMEL BALL PENDANT WATCH, with guillouche and gilt decoration, the small enamel dial with Arabic numerals, unsigned, the movement signed Rolex. Provenance: Gore-Booth family, Lissadell House, Co. Sligo - believed to have been the property of Constance Markievicz. €700 - 1100 308 A 9K GOLD BIRD AND CRESCENT BROOCH, with seed pearls and chip garnet; together with a white gold fox head broach, set with chip diamonds and garnet eyes and enamel teeth. (2) Provenance: Gore-Booth Family, Lissadell House, Co. Sligo. €180 - 250 309 AFTER ÉMILE ANTOINE BAYARD (1837-1891), Figures Dancing by a River, coloured print, 10.5” (27cm)h x 15.25” (39cm). (1) €350 - 400

310 A VERY NICE THREE-STONE DIAMOND RING, with three round brilliant cut diamonds, in basket setting, approx 1.20ct, set on a platinum band, ring size Q. (1) €4000 - 4500 311 AN OPAL AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, set on a platinum band, the central 2ct oval opal surrounded by fourteen old brilliant cut diamonds, diamond weight approx 1.20ct, ring size V. (1) €3500 - 4000

319 A FINE 19TH CENTURY DIAMOND CRESCENT BROOCH, set with twenty three round, old, brilliant cut diamonds, approx 4-5ct total diamond weight, set on 18k gold crescent mount, 3.5” (8.5cm). (1) €6500 - 7000

312 A RUBY AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, set with a central ruby and French style and round brilliant cut diamonds, on 14k yellow gold band, ring size O. (1) €600 - 700 313 AN EMERALD AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, with twenty round brilliant cut diamonds, formed in two bands surrounding a central .80ct emerald, total diamond weight 2ct, ring size P. (1) €2500 - 3000 314 AN ART DECO 18K WHITE GOLD SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, the central sapphire surrounded by sixteen baguette cut diamonds, on 18k white gold band, clarity US2 E/F, ring size O. (1) €2500 - 2800 315 A MARQUISE SHAPED 18K GOLD RING, set with three central round sapphires, surrounded by an outer band of old round cut diamonds, ring size Q. (1) €1700 - 2000 316 A THREE-STONE SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING, the central .50ct oval sapphire, flanked with two .50ct round brilliant cut diamonds, on an 18k yellow gold band, ring size Q. (1) €2400 - 2600 317 A FIVE STONE DIAMOND RING, the 18k white gold band set with five round brilliant cut diamonds, with a further eight smaller round cut diamonds, total diamond weight approx 1ct, ring size P. (1) €1800 - 2000 318 AN 18K GOLD MARQUISE SHAPED RING, set with three oval rubies, .9ct approx, and an outer band of diamonds, ring size R. (1) €2500 - 3000


320 A VERY FINE 18K WHITE GOLD LADIES DIAMOND WATERFALL NECKLACE, total weight 33.90g, total diamond weight 8.60ct, diamond colour and clarity G.VVSI, with two double bands of diamonds, approx 254 diamonds, to be sold with valuation certificate, in fitted case. (1) €3800 - 5400 321 SIX VICTORIAN SOVEREIGNS, for 1889, 1888, 2x 1898, and 1873; two King Edward VII for 1910 & 1906; and two French sovereigns for 1911 & 1912, 80g. (10) €1600 - 2200


322 A LARGE VICTORIAN WALNUT CANTERBURY WHATNOT, with pierced three quarter gallery, raised on two double C scroll supports, on canterbury base with railed dividers, and pierced open fret cut panels and a base drawer, on bulbous turned legs, 34” (86cm). (1) €1200 - 1500 323 C.L. HOCK, Still Life, depicting a vase of colourful flowers, O.O.B., signed lower right, 34.5” (87cm)h x 26.25” (67cm)w. (1) €60 - 90 324 FOUR LARGE 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH PORCELAIN MEAT PLATTERS, the largest 22” (56cm). (4) €80 - 120 325 A NICKEL PLATED CHAMPAGNE COOLER, in the form of a large stemmed bowl, 12.5” (32cm)d. (1) €140 - 170 326 A PAIR OF OLD SHEFFIELD SILVER PLATED OVAL WARMING STANDS, each with liner and two leaf cast handles, raised on four leaf cast legs, each 14” (36cm)w. (2). €60 - 100 327 TWO SIMILAR SILVER PLATED TOAST RACKS, one modelled with a row of golf clubs, and a central ring handle, mounted on a golf ball, the other modelled with baseball bats. (2) €80 - 120 328 A GLASS BOWL WITH SILVER PLATED MOUNTS; a two compartment plated sugar and cream set; a triple vase table centre; a sugar hod with shovel; a food dome; and another assorted silver plate ware. (a lot) €30 - 50 329 A TWO HANDLED SILVER PLATED CHAMPAGNE COOLER, with half reeded body, on stem base, 13” (33cm) h. (1) €80 - 120 330 A SILVER PLATED TEA KETTLE ON WARMING STAND; a three piece hotel ware tea service; a silver plated ink stand with bulbous top, supported by three kangaroos; a vegetable dish and cover; and two cake baskets. (a lot) €40 - 60


331 A HEAVY SILVER PLATED CHINOISERIE STYLE RELIEF CAST TEA CADDY, O.R.M., 5.25” (14cm)w; together with an ogee form baluster shaped two handle silver plated sauce tureen and cover, 9” (23cm)w. (2) €160 - 180

340 A CASED SET OF SIX BIRMINGHAM SILVER COFFEE SPOONS each with coffee bean finial, a cased set of four Birmingham silver salt and pepper casters and a pair of silver coasters each inset with a silver crown, both dated 1780. (a lot) €150 - 250

332 A CUT CRYSTAL URN AND COVER, on stem base, with vase shaped finial, 13.5” (34cm)h; together with a circular silver plated salver and eleven silver plated forks. (13) €80 - 120

341 A PART CANTEEN OF SILVER PLATED KINGS PATTERN CUTLERY, comprising six dinner forks; six supper forks; six dessert spoons; six coffee spoons; four tea spoons; six supper knives; five dinner knives; and six soup spoons; together with another part canteen of insignia plate ware, comprising soup spoons; dinner knives; supper knives; dinner forks; supper forks, etc. (2) €100 - 150

333 A BIRMINGHAM SILVER PEN TRAY, c.1900; together with a circular crested silver waiter or card tray, Birmingham c.1900; a small pierced silver bon bon basket with blue liner and swing handle; a silver mounted and cut glass perfume bottle. (4) €100 - 150 334 A STERLING SILVER SERPENTINE SHAPED TEA CADDY, with hinged cover; together with an Art Nouveau engraved glass claret jug with silver plated mount and handle. (2) €150 - 200 335 A SILVER CASED CARRIAGE CLOCK, London c. 1900, with French movement, and scroll swing handle, raised on four bun feet, 3.75 (9.5cm)h. (1) €180 - 250 336 A SET OF FIVE VICTORIAN CHESTER SILVER BRANDY SAUCEPANS, together with five silver plated half pint tankards. (10) €80 - 120 337 A LARGE 19TH CENTURY SILVER PLATED OVAL TURKEY DISH COVER, with bead edge and handle, 29.5” (50cm)w. (1) €80 - 120

342 A FOUR-PIECE LONDON SILVER TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE London 1945, comprising a circular tea pot with hinged cover on a stemmed base, with wooden handle, together with a matching sugar bowl, cream jug and hot water or coffee pot, 1185g. (4) €250 - 350 343 A PAIR OF SHEFFIELD PIERCED SILVER NAPKINS RINGS, another pair of oval Sheffield silver ditto, a five piece silver condiment set each on tri-fed headed pad feet comprising three salts, mustard and a pepper caster, together with three other silver mustard pots, two pierced silver cup holders. (a lot) €100 - 150 344 A LARGE LATE 19TH CENTURY OR EARLY 20TH CENTURY SILVER PLATED TEA URN, with domed cover and two handles, the halfreeded body chased with scrolling foliage, raised on four sabre legs and paw feet, resting on a square stand, 18” (46cm)h. (1) €150 - 200

338 A RECTANGULAR SILVER PLATED AND FAUX TORTOISE SHELL STAND, 9” (23cm)w; together with two similar coasters. (3) €70 - 90

345 A PAIR OF LOBED AND SILVER PLATED BOWLS EACH ON FOUR LEGS, 9” (23 cm); together with another circular stemmed bowl, a pair of plated toast racks, another plated toast rack, plated mustard jar with glass liner. (7) €70 - 90

339 A BOAT-SHAPED SILVER INK STAND by Walker and Hall Sheffield 1902, with two cut glass ink bottles each with silver mount, together with a Celtic style Birmingham Silver christening cup on stem base, Birmingham 1947. €70 - 90

346 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS SILVER PLATE, comprising a Victorian tea pot and matching sugar bowl; another plated tea service; various bowls and waiters;a toast rack etc. (a lot) €30 - 50

352 A COLLECTION OF SILVER TRINKETS AND CURIOS, comprising eleven novelty pill and snuff boxes; a silver bell/whistle; Irish silver caddy spoon; two minature blue and white double gourd vases; a pair of coloured glass perfume bottles; two halcyon days enamel boxes; various souvenir spoons and forks, etc. (a lot) €150 - 200

347 347 A FIVE PIECE SIAM STERLING SILVER repoussé TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE with oval tray, comprising a pear shaped coffee pot profusely chased with religious figures applied with a leaf scroll handle and dragon neck spout , 11” (28cm); a matching teapot, sugar bowl and cover and jug, all on a matching oval tray, 19” (49cm), 3534 grams. (5) €2000 - 2500 348 A SET OF SIX ROYAL AGRICULTURAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY OF IRELAND MEDALS, awarded to Jeffery Bancroft for the best ram and other prizes, Rathdown Farming Society, each coin ranging from 1856-1859, now constructed as a five division toast rack on ball feet. (1) €80 - 120 349 A NICELY FIGURED WALNUT COCKTAIL CABINET, the two upper doors with attractive brass strap work hinges and lock plates, opening to reveal a pull out glass slide, a glass shelf, each door fitted with two brackets, on a base with two doors, enclosing a drawer and shelves, and raised on leaf carved cabriole legs, 61” (155cm) h x 34” (86cm)w. (1) €250 - 350 350 A SET OF FIVE ROSEWOOD VICTORIAN SIDE CHAIRS, each with serpentine shaped top rail on front tapering reeded legs. (5) €300 - 400 351 AN ATTRACTIVE VICTORIAN SILVER PLATED CLARET JUG, with double scroll handle and hinge top, on a vase shaped baluster body, with stem base, 12.5” (32cm)h. (1) €100 - 150

353 A SET OF SIX GEORGE III SILVER DOUBLE-CRESTED TABLE SPOONS, by Hester Bateman, London 1782/83, 416g; a set of four fiddle and thread pattern crested ditto, by George Angelll, London 1841, 338g; another Irish silver tablespoon by John Power Dublin 1811; and ten tea spoons, various dates, 254g, 1008g overall. (21) €600 - 700 354 A SHEFFIELD SILVER SALVER; a sterling silver bon-bon bowl with blue glass liner and two handles; another embossed and pierced silver bon-bon dish; and a Birmingham silver twohandle sugar bowl with stem, 680g. (4) €100 - 200 355 A CASED SET OF SIX SHEFFIELD SILVER COFFEE SPOONS, c.1922, by Jas Dixon & Son; together with a set of six cased Birmingham coffee spoons 1946; and a cased set of six silver soup spoons, Sheffield 1930. (1) €150 - 200

360 AN OVAL SILVER TEA POT, Birmingham 1908, with wooden handle, raised on four scroll legs, with trifed pad feet, 506g. (1) €300 - 400 361 A THREE-PIECE SILVER TEA SERVICE, Sheffield 1926, comprising an ogee shaped tea pot, with serpentine shaped bead moulded edge, with shell and leaf corners and raised on ball feet; together with a matching jug and bowl, 1607g. €500 - 700 362 A SMALL IRISH SILVER CARD TRAY, Dublin 1973 with commeration mark E.U.; a smaller ditto etched with Grouce; a small rectangular embossed silver trinket tray; a small Irish silver bowl; and a miniature silver two handled tray, 376g. (5) €80 - 100 363 A COLLECTION OF FILLED SILVER FRUIT AND NUT ORNAMENTS, comprising banana, three apples, pear and two nuts and two other fruits. (a lot) €100 - 150 364 A SEVEN-PIECE CASED CARVING SET, each with bone handle, in large oval fitted case; together with a pair of cased silver fish servers; and six silver cased coffee spoons. (3) €80 - 150

356 A CASED SET OF TWELVE ART DECO SILVER HANDLED FRUIT KNIVES, a cased set of six Sheffield silver coffee spoons and tongs 1939; and a cased set of five apostle coffee spoons and matching tongs Birmingham 1937. (3) €100 - 200 357 A HEAVY CIRCULAR SILVER SALVER, Birmingham 1947, with serpentine shaped gadroon edge and raised on three scroll feet, 14.5” (37cm), 1350g. (1) €300 - 400 358 A SILVER PRESENTATION ROSE BOWL, Birmingham 1913; an Irish serpentine shaped trinket tray Dublin 1973 with European Community commemoration mark; and a small cone shaped silver vase, 515g. (3) €80 - 150 359 AN EMBOSSED SILVER ROSE BOWL, Sheffield c.1900, chased with flowers and foliage, on a stem base, 7” (18cm)d, 341g. (1) €180 - 250

365 365 A VICTORIAN CASED SILVER CHRISTENING SET, comprising silver christening mug, chased with floral swags and central cartouche; together with a knife, fork and spoon, in fitted case. (1) €350 - 400


366 A SET OF TEN PORCELAIN AVOCADO BOWLS, each with oval nickel plated stand and scroll legs, 5.5” (14cm); together with a silver plated bulbous teapot, a silver plated punch bowl with lion mask and ring handles, a two-handled sugar bowl, a plate sauce bowl, a two-handled cake basket with gadroon edge, a five other pieces of miscellaneous plate. (20) €50 - 100 367 A LIMITED EDITION IRISH SILVER BOWL, depicting the legendary shield designed by Louis Le Brocquey from the 8th Century Irish Epic Tain Bó Cuailnge, limited edition by Sleaters of Dublin and made by Michael Hilliar, engraved and inlaid with gold, this is no.1 of 250 edition, 9” (23cm), 597g. (1) €500 - 600 368 A FINE QUALITY LADIES CARTIER tank francaise diamond set WRIST WATCH, the square dial without numerals and with gold sword hands, flanked to each side with a row of diamonds, no. 331689MC, 77g overall. (1) €7,500 - 8,500 369 A 19TH CENTURY BOUDOIR EASEL TIME PIECE, in silvered case, crested with a Medici lion mask, above an alpine village scene, with figures under a clock tower, signed M Hey, with gilt metal hands and Roman numerals, Swiss bar movement, and a chain attached for winding key, in working order, raised on three hoof feet, 5.5” (14cm)h x 3.5” (9cm). (1) €800 - 1200 370 A THREE-PIECE SILVER PLATED CELTIC STYLE TEA SERVICE, a circular silver plated tray, a plated comport, a bowl, a swing handle cake basket, and an oval entrée dish and cover. (7) €20 - 30


371 MICHELANGELO MEUCCI (1840-1909), Dead Game, Birds Hanging, a still life, signed and dated, oils on panel, oval 10.25” (26cm) x 8.25” (21cm). (1) €150 - 220 372 A LARGE COMPREHENSIVE COLOURFUL NORITAKE SUMMER FRUIT PATTERN DINNER AND TEA SERVICE. (a lot) €180 - 250 373 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS BLUE AND WHITE MODERN PORCELAIN, comprising three similar circular Portuguese pierced dishes; five modern oval blue and white meat platters; two blue and white bowls; a blue and white vase; a Mason’s blue and white ewer; and other miscellaneous blue and white tableware and ornaments; together with other cabinet plates, etc. (a lot). €50-100



374 HIBERNIA REGNUM VULGO IRELAND, a hand-coloured map of Ireland, by Willem Blaeu, c. 1645, with the Western extremities of Wales and Scotland, title in decoration, carouche decorated mile scale with two cherubs, 18” (46cm)h x 22.5” (57cm). (1) €200 - 300


375 TOM LALOR (EARLY 20TH CENTURY), Children Playing Cards at the Edge of a Village, O.O.B., signed lower right, 13” (33cm)h x 17” (43cm). (1) €600 - 800 376 A SIX BRANCH CUTGLASS CHANDELIER, the dome top with festoons of buttons and drops, above a second dome also issuing festoons of buttons to the shaped arms, with triple gourd centre stem above a ball terminal, 40” (102cm) approx. x 29” (74cm). (1) €700 - 1100

381 A SET OF SIX GALWAY CRYSTAL CHAMPAGNE GLASSES; together with a set of six Waterford crystal wine glasses; and six Waterford crystal champagne flutes. (18) €80 - 120 382 A JADEITE OR SOAPSTONE MODEL OF A TOTEM BIRD, possibly Maori, 4.25” (11cm)h. (1) €100 - 150 383 A SET OF SIX GLASS CHAMPAGNES each etched with anthemion leaves, a set of four similar champagnes, another set of five etched glass champagnes, three other champagnes and other miscellaneous glass. (a lot). €40 - 60 384 A SET OF SIX HEAVY MOULDED AND CUT GLASS WINES, each on a hexagonal foot; a set of seven Waterford crystal whiskey tumblers; a set of seven etched glass red wines; a set of eight tall trumpet shaped wine glasses, four matching champagne flutes; and other miscellaneous domestic and cut glass. (a lot) €80 - 120

377 377 A VERY FINE SILVER PLATED AND CUT GLASS TABLE CENTRE, in the Egyptian revival style, with cut glass dish top, on a square two stage upward tapering stem, on quatrefoil base, surmounted with three winged sphinxes and raised on four bird mask and hoof legs, 10” (25cm)h. (1) €550 - 600 378 AN ENGRAVED GLASS CLARET JUG, with silver plated top and scroll handle, 10” (25cm)h. (1) €160 - 200 379 ELEVEN CUT GLASS CHAMPAGNES, each with spiral stem; a set of eight crystal wines, together with a set of six crystal grapefruit glasses. (25) €80 - 150 380 A PAIR OF LATE 19TH CENTURY HEAVY GLASS STEMMED TUMBLERS; together with a large glass beaker inscribed Jacob and Martha Thompson; two other large glass tumblers; a cut glass wine glass rinser, together with a pair of square cut glass perfume jars, each with mushroom stopper; a Galway crystal candle light with shade; and two other pieces of glass, (11). €80 - 150

385 A PAIR OF UNUSUAL TALL CUT CRYSTAL TABLE CANDLE STICKS, each with a flared drip tray, on a baluster shaped diamond cut stem, on a square cut base, 17” (43cm). (2) €680 - 750 386 A QUANTITY OF MISCELLANEOUS CRYSTAL GLASS, comprising a set of six ports, various assorted crystal wines and tumblers, a coloured glass two-branch candelabrum, a cutglass vase, a glass candle lantern, and six unusual frosted and plain glass dishes, and other miscellaneous glass. (a lot) €30 - 50 387 A SET OF ELEVEN CUT GLASS WINES, together with a set of six larger Waterford crystal wines, and a set of four Waterford crystal ports. (21) €80 - 150 388 A LARGE DUBLIN CUT CRYSTAL BOWL, 12.5” (32cm)d; together with a crystal vase, 9.5” (24cm)h. (2) €50 - 100 389 AN IRISH CUT GLASS FRUIT BOWL circa 1800, the fold over rim with fluted bands on a bead stem and square lemon squeeze base, 11.5”(29cm), as is. (1) €150 - 200

390 A PAIR OF WATERFORD CRYSTAL CANDLE STICKS; two crystal ash trays; three crystal beer mugs; a crystal bell; a crystal honey jar and cover; and an unusual small crystal decanter and stopper. (10) €80 - 120 391 A GALWAY CRYSTAL VASE, 10” (26cm)h; a Waterford crystal water jug, 6.25” (16cm); together with a circular crystal bowl. (3) €80 - 120 392 A WATERFORD CRYSTAL TABLE LAMP WITH SHADE, 14” (36cm). (1) €70 - 120 393 A PAIR OF WATERFORD CRYSTAL STEMMED TUMBLERS; a small Irish crystal vase; a pair of small crystal jars; together with two decanters with stoppers; another moulded glass decanter; and some other miscellaneous glass. (a lot) €80 - 120 394 A CUTGLASS CLARET JUG, with silver plated top and hinged cover, the spout with a grotesque mask, 9.5” (24cm). (1) €150 - 200 395 A PAIR OF CUTGLASS MALLET-SHAPED DECANTERS, with stoppers, 9.5” (24cm). (2) €70 - 90 396 A CUTGLASS CELERY BOWL ON STEM BASE, 8.5” (22cm); together with a glass tazza, a cut glass bowl, a cut glass dish and a small cut glass vinegar bottle. (5) €10 - 20 397 A MAHOGANY OVAL WALL MIRROR, 29” (74cm) X 20” (51cm). (1) €30 - 50 398 A. VERUTTI (20TH/21ST CENTURY), Canal Scene Venice, W.C., signed lower right, 12.5” (32cm)h x 6.5” (17cm). (1) €200 - 300 399 AN Iranian RUNNER, with five dark red medallions, on a black ground, with ivory border, 9ft5 (287cm) x 3ft6 (107cm). (1). €160 - 220


404 A VERY GOOD VIENNA CABINET DISH, colourfully decorated with classical figures in a landscape, entitled Besbrofung Cupitos, inside an ornate border, under glazed hive mark to base, with title, 9.75” (25cm). (1) €250 - 350 405 TWO SIMILAR JAPANESE IMARI LOBED DISHES, each decorated in typical palette, with flowers, 8.5”(22cm); and a Japanese Satsuma bowl, decorated with numerous figures around a dragon, 5.5” (14cm). (3) €150 - 200 406 A CHINESE IMARI BOWL, late 18th century, 9” (23cm); together with a pair of 18th century Chinese famille rose bowls, depicting figures and dog, 9” (23cm). (3) €180 - 250 407 A 19TH CENTURY CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE SHELL-SHAPED DISH, decorated with river landscape, 8” (20cm); together with an octagonal blue and white Chinese bowl; and another similar dish. (3) €150 - 180 408 AFTER HADLEY, a very unusual Royal Worcester porcelain figure, depicting young girl with skipping rope, by a tree stump, on rugged oval parcel gilt base, 12” (31cm). (1) €250 - 350 409 A PAIR OF COLOURFUL GERMAN FLOWER-ENCRUSTED VASES, decorated with flowers, 9” (23cm). (2) €150 - 200


410 AFTER FERDINAND PAUTROT (1832-1874), Cockatoo Perched on a Tree Branch, and its companion, a similar subject, both on polished limestone base, 11.25” (29cm)h. (2) €300 - 500

400 A FINE 19TH CENTURY FRENCH BRASS SONNERIE REPEATER CARRIAGE CLOCK, by Grohe, the circular enamel dial with Roman numerals, above two subsidiary dials for date and alarm, the case with five glass panels, on a conforming base, raised by four mermaid type classical figures, and swing handle, 7” (18cm)h. (1) €5000 - 7000 401 – see page 29 402 A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN VASES AND COVERS, each decorated with court figures, phoenix and other birds and flowers, 13.5” (34cm)h. (2) €250 - 350 403 AN EDWARDIAN INLAID MAHOGANY AND SATINWOOD BANDED MARQUETRY DISPLAY CABINET, with swan neck pediment and two Gothic glazed doors, two shelves, flanked by open shelves to either side, raised on splayed legs, united by a serpentine fronted stretcher shelf, 74” (188cm) high, 49” (124cm) wide. (1) €700 - 1000 28




401 IN THE MANNER OF GEORGE BULLOCK, AN EXCEPTIONAL REGENCY PERIOD ROSEWOOD BREAKFAST TABLE, the rectangular triple banded flip top with rounded corners, on ring turned stem with quadruple brass inlaid pod and splayed legs, the legs terminating in large cast brass lion paw feet, 5ft2” (157cm)h x 4ft (122cm). (1) Provenance: Wandesforde Family, Castlecomer House. €7000 - 11000


411 A SQUARE SLATE SUNDIAL, dated July 26th 1826, with bronze gnomon, the centre etched with a multi point star and ring scales for months, days, hours, seconds etc., constructed for Mr. Daahoe, 12.25” (31cm)h x 12.5” (32cm). (1) €500 - 600 412 A SIX INCH TERRESTRIAL DESK GLOBE, by Fletcher of Edinburgh, 1849, on a short baluster turned stem, on tri-form base, on bun feet, 9.25” (24cm)h. (1) €100 - 150 413 AN ANTIQUE ANATOMICAL HUMAN SKELETON MEDICAL MODEL, the bones joined with metal pins and hanging from a standing bracket, 67” (170cm)h. (1) €1400 - 1600



414 AFTER PAUL DUBOIS (1827-1905), La Priere, Study of a Young Woman, Hands Joined in Prayer, Looking Towards Heaven, on a rectangular bow fronted plinth, 19” (48cm)h. (1) €800 - 1200


415 A PAIR OF GILT BRASS LUSTRE CANDLE STICKS, each with leaf cast stem, and leaf cast tri-form base, and hanging glass lusters, 13” (33cm). (2) €550 - 600 416 A MARBLE TOP GILT CONSOLE TABLE, the frieze decorated with egg and dart moulding and shell cartouche, on a single leg tapering fluted stem, 31.5” (80cm)w. (1) €150 - 250

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417 A FINE 19TH CENTURY GILTWOOD SHIELD SHAPED WALL MIRROR, the top crested with a putto mask and a shell within scrolling foliage, flanked to each side with griffin, of tapering rectangular form with tongue and egg moulded edge, the apron with double shell and fruit swag, 48.5” (122cm) high, 30” (76cm) wide. (1) €500 - 800 418 AN 18TH CENTURY RED WALNUT LOW BOY, the rectangular dish top with re-entrant corners, above a frieze drawer with chequered inlay, and raised on four moulded cabriole legs, each terminating in webbed pad feet, 28.5” (73cm)h x 28.25” (72cm)w x 19.75” (50cm)d. (1) €2500 - 3500 419 GERALDINE M. O’BRIEN (1922-2014), Vibrant Colourful Flowers in a Glass Vase, oil on canvas, signed lower left, 32.5” (83m) x 37.5” (96cm). (1) €700 - 1100 420 – see page 42



421 JOHN MURPHY (20TH/21ST CENTURY), Fishing Boats at Sunrise, oil on canvas, signed lower left and dated 2005, 23” (58cm) x 35” (89cm). (1) €600 - 1000


422 SENAN O’BRIEN, Playmates, Cliften, Co. Galway, oil on board, 19” (49cm) x 25” (65cm), signed lower right, also inscribed verso. (1) €600 - 1100 423 MARK O’NEILL (B. 1963), Ebony with Apples, oil on board, signed lower left and dated 2002, in attractive ebonised ripple moulded frame, 23” (58cm) x 18.75” (48cm). (1) Provenance: with the Frederick Gallery, 2002. €600 - 900



424 A FINE QUALITY YAMAHA MODEL U 1 UPRIGHT IRON FRAME PIANO, serial number H 25 974 16, in fine black lacquered case, as new, 48” (123cm) faux ivory keyboard, approx 48” (122cm) h x 58” (147cm)w; together with matching telescopic piano stool, 21.25” (54cm). (1) €800 - 1500




425 A CHINOISERIE BLACK LACQUERED CYLINDRICAL CHINESE PLINTH, decorated with birds, insects, and flowers, 42” (107cm) high. (1) €200 - 300 426 AFTER HIPPOLYTE FRANCOIS MOREAU (1832-1927), L’Oiseau Blessé, a bronze figure, signed Hip Moreau, on a turned rouge marble socle, 33” (84cm). (1) €800 - 1500



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427 A SMALL SÉVRES STYLE FRENCH PORCELAIN CASKET, of serpentine form, the cover decorated with figures in a garden, the dark blue case with floral sprays, 5” (13cm). (1) €150 - 250 428 A VERY ATTRACTIVE PAIR OF FRENCH ORMOLU AND PORCELAIN MOUNTED CANDLESTICKS, in the Sévres style, 8” (20cm). (2) €380 - 450 429 A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY GERMAN PORCELAIN SWEET MEAT STANDS, one modelled with a seated woman, holding a flower encrusted basket, on a rococo style parcel gilt base, the other a seated man in similar position, a pair, each 9” (23cm)w. (2) €300 - 500

431 A SÈVRES STYLE PORCELAIN CASKET, the decorated top depicting figures in an interior, signed Laugué, within a frame of gilt sprays and conforming sprays to the frieze, on a dark blue ground, 5” (13cm)w. (1) €150 - 250 432 A SET OF FIVE 19TH CENTURY MEISSEN PORCELAIN GROUPS, each modelled as a seated lady, engaged in a different everyday pursuit, in colourful attire, and ornate headdress: one playing the piano; another attending to a bird in a cage; one having a snack at a table; another by a dressing table with mirror and the other with basket of flowers, each on rectangular bow fronted base, the smallest 5” (13cm). (5) €1800 - 2500


430 PROBABLY SAMSON, A PAIR OF ATTRACTIVE LATE 19TH CENTURY PORCELAIN FIGURAL SWEET MEAT STANDS, one modelled as a man, the other a woman, each holding a floral decorated basket 7.5” (18cm). (2) €200 - 300

433 433 A FRENCH RECTANGULAR ENAMEL BOX, of rectangular serpentine form, the cover decorated with bird in a landscape, the frieze with colourful flowers, 4” (10cm)w. (1) €100 - 150



434 A JAPANESE PORCELAIN FIGURE, modelled as a Geisha holding a fan, 13” (33cm); another Japanese figure of a man in green costume, holding a pomegranate in one hand; and one other Japanese porcelain figure of a woman in colourful costume. (3) €100 - 200 435 A GILT BRASS-MOUNTED SERPENTINE FRONTED VITRINE, crested with cartouche and leaf crest, above a glazed door, the bombé shaped base with two drawers and raised on cabriole legs, 74” (189cm)h x 34” (87cm)w. (1) €900 - 1000 436 FERGUS O’RYAN R.H.A (1911-1989), Horseman’s Row, off Parnell Street, Dublin, oil on board, signed lower right, inscribed verso, 17” (43cm) x 21” (54cm). (1) €2000 - 3000 437 R. JENNARD, Anglesea Lane, Old Dublin, oil on canvas, indistinctly signed and inscribed, old exhibition label verso, 20” (50cm) x 23” (59cm); together with a 1960s Irish street scene by T.E. Spence, signed and dated 1967. (2) €100 - 150 438 GERALDINE GIRVAN (B. 1947), Tortoise Shell, Cat, and Poppies, oil on linen, 28” (71cm) x 26” (66cm), signed lower left, also signed, inscribed and dated 2008 verso. Exhibited Geraldine Girvan 2009 at Chris Beetles Limited, St. James, London. (1) €150 - 250

439 C. IDLAS, Le Port, oil on canvas, signed lower right, 23” (59cm) square; together with a watercolour depicting a house in Dublin 4. (2) €80 - 150 440 A FINE TABRIZ STYLE CHINESE WOOL CARPET, the large ivory field with colourful allover floral pattern and central medallion, iron red spandrels, and wide red border with four smaller bands, purchased at Harrod’s, 12’4 (377cm) x 9’ (275cm). (1) €800 - 1200

445 A LARGE SPIRAL REEDED MAHOGANY BRASS BOUND PEAT BUCKET, with two leaf cast handles and a brass liner, 26” (66cm). (1) €1800 - 2200 446 AN IRISH GEORGIAN STYLE BRASS BOUND MAHOGANY PEAT BUCKET, of tapering reeded form, with brass swing handle and brass liner, 17” (43cm). (1) €800 - 1500

441 A PERSIAN Baktiari RUG, with three rows of square panels, with different colours and designs, inside an ivory border, 9ft9” (297cm)l x 5ft1” (156cm). (1) €250 - 400 442 A PERSIAN TEHRAN RUG, with all over floral pattern, on a navy ground and conforming spandrels, inside three borders, 7ft7 (232cm)l x 4ft9 (145cm). (1) €1000 - 1500 443 A RED GROUND BOKHARA RUG, with four rows of octagons, inside a multi band border, 8ft8 (262cm)l x 5ft2 (156cm). (1) €200 - 300 444 AN IRISH GEORGIAN STYLE MAHOGANY BRASS BOUND PEAT BUCKET, with spiral reeded body and brass swing handle, the interior with a removable liner, 20” (51cm)h. (1) €1200 - 1600

447 447 A FINE QUALITY WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY CELLARETTE, of sarcophagus form, the rectangular top with canted cornice, and a carved finial, opening to reveal a vacant interior, the rectangular tapering body with corner scroll pilasters, on four scroll legs, 24.5” (62cm)w. (1) €1500 - 1700

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448 A VERY UNUSUAL EDWARDIAN INLAID MAHOGANY CELLIST OR HARPIST CHAIR, the shield shaped back with an ornate inlaid centre splat, above a serpentine fronted seat, raised on a quadruple double C-scroll base, with ebonised pilasters and shaped legs. (1) €450 - 500

453 A 17TH CENTURY STYLE OAK PLANK-TOP COFFER CHEST, with heavy iron strap-work handles, and triple panel front, 49” (124cm)w. (1) €200 - 300 454 AN INALID MAHOGANY SWING-FRAME DRESSING TABLE MIRROR, with rectangular plate, 19” (48cm) wide. (1) €20 - 30 455 A PAIR OF MODERN BALUSTER SHAPED CHINESE VASES; a modern Japanese blue and white vase; a three-tier Paragon cake stand; a Mason’s jug; and a Staffordshire cow group. (6) €30 - 50

449 449 JOHN R. HARRIS, Dubai, watercolour, signed lower right, also signed and dated March 1999 verso, 16.5” (42cm) x 25.5” (65cm). (1) €200 - 300

456 A GEORGE III PERIOD MAHOGANY SECRETAIRE, the rectangular moulded top above a drop front, enclosing a fitted interior, with drawers, cupboard and pigeon hole compartment, and three long and two short drawers below, raised on bracket feet, 48.5” (124cm)h x 50” (127cm) w. (1) €100 - 150 457 AN OAK ARTS AND CRAFTS SWIVEL OFFICE CHAIR, with padded back above a solid saddle seat raised on a quadruple swivel pod. €200 - 300 458 A PAIR OF ARTS AND CRAFTS OAK SIDE CHAIRS, each with a straw wicker seat and double cross rail back. €50 - 70

450 450 PAULINE DOYLE (20TH/21ST CENTURY IRISH), Flowers and Berries, still life, watercolour, signed lower left and dated ‘92, 21.25” (54cm) x 28.75” (73cm). (1) €200 - 300 451 AN EARLY OAK LONGCASE CLOCK, the square brass dial signed Ben Thuck of Fort Diss, circular silverised dial with Roman and Arabic numerals, centred with a date aperture and subsidiary dial for seconds, flanked to either side with two turned half round pilasters above a trunk door on moulded box base, 86” (219cm)h x 18.5” (47cm)w. (1) €250 - 350 452 A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY TWO-DOOR CUPBOARD, on a plinth base, 43” (110cm)h x 45” (114cm). (1) €80 - 150

459 A 19th CENTURY MAHOGANY DROP LEAF DINING TABLE with two rectangular flaps each with rounded corners flanking a frieze drawer raised on six square tapering legs, 38” (96cm)w. (1) €80 - 150 460 A PAIR OF 17TH CENTURY STYLE CARVED OAK HIGH-BACK WAINSCOT CHAIRS, each crested with a crown flanked with a cherub to either side with cane back and conforming seats, one as is. (1) €80 - 150 461 A 17TH CENTURY STYLE OAK MONK’S BENCH with double panel back and lift up seat with panelled front and turned legs, 42” (107cm) w. (1) €200 - 300

462 AN EDWARDIAN OVAL INLAID AND DECORATED SATINWOOD OCCASIONAL TABLE, the top decorated with floral sprays inside an inlaid border, raised on four square tapering slightly splayed legs united by an x shaped stretcher, 30 inches (76 cm) €140 - 180 463 A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY BEDSIDE PEDESTAL OR POT CUPBOARD, with three quarter gallery, above a frieze drawer and a lower cupboard, raised on four square chamfered legs, 31” (80cm)h x 14” (36cm). (1) €100 - 150 464 A REGENCY PERIOD MAHOGANY AND ROSEWOOD BANDED TEAPOY, of sarcophagus form, the hinged and domed top opening to reveal four compartment interior on a tripod base with reeded sabre legs and brass casters, 26.5” ( 68cm) x 17” (43cm). (1) €200 - 300 465 A QUEEN ANNE STYLE OPEN WALNUT ARM CHAIR, on front sabre legs and another Queen Anne style walnut side chair on ball and claw feet (2). €30 - 50 466 AN OAK DROP LEAF GATE LEG DINING TABLE, with demi lune flaps in the 17th century style and turned supports, 36” (91cm)w. €80 - 120 467 A WILLIAM IV PERIOD BRASS MOUNTED COPPER TEA-URN, with brass tap, on quatrefoil base, 16” (41cm)h; together with copper gallon measure; a copper preserving pan; and a copper kettle. (4) €80 - 100 468 A VICTORIAN WALNUT PRIE DIEU the arched back crested with a cartouche, above a button panel, raised on padded seat, on front cabriole legs. (1) €100 - 200 469 AN 18TH CENTURY OAK CHEST, with four long two short drawers, the doors are later carved with scrolling foliage and conforming leaf carved top with a moulded edge raised on bracket feet, 49.5” (126cm) x 39” (99cm). (1) €250 - 350


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470 A PAIR OF DEMI LUNE WALNUT AND MARQUETRY INLAID SIDE TABLES, in the George III style, each top cross banded in Kingwood and inlaid scrolling foliage, and a central fan, above a conforming frieze with anthemions and chained bellflowers, and raised on four tapering inlaid spade legs, 34” (87cm)h x 47” (120cm). (1) €1400 - 1600

472 A PAIR OF SILVER PLATED CANDLE LANTERNS, each with glass shade and stem base, 16” (41cm). (2) €140 - 160 473 A PAIR OF BALUSTER SHAPED CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN JARS AND COVERS, O.R.M., 21.5” (55cm)h. (2) €340 - 360

476 A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY TWO-PART MILITARY SECRETAIRE CAMPAIGN CHEST, the upper centre drawer with a drop front opening to reveal a writing surface, drawers and pigeon hole compartments, flanked to each side with two small drawers, three long drawers below, each with inset brass folding handles, 42.5” (108cm) high, 44” (112cm) wide, 19.5” (50cm). (1) €600 - 1000 477 A DARK BLUE GROUND BOKHARA RUG, with three diamond shaped medallions each in an octagonal panel, all inside a multi-band border, 5’3” (160cm) x 3’1” (93cm). (1) €150 - 250 478 A FINE PART-SILK PERSIAN RUG, the iron red field with all-over floral design with central medallion, and conforming spandrels inside a dark blue border, 5’1” (155cm) x 39.5” (101cm). (1) €250 - 350


471 471 MOYRA BARRY (1886-1990), Vase of Flowers, still life, watercolour, indistinctly signed lower right, 21” (53cm) x 14” (36cm). (1) €300 - 500


474 OWEN ROHU (B.1966), Still Life, with Teapot and Fruit on a Table, oil on canvas, 17.5” (45cm) x 24” (61cm). (1) €300 - 500 475 A REGENCY PERIOD BOW FRONTED MAHOGANY CHEST, with three long and two short drawers, on slightly splayed bracket feet, 40” (102cm)w. (1) €580 - 620

479 A RECTANGULAR CROCODILE SKIN SUITCASE, by Ogilvie of Glasgow, with brass double lever locks, 20” (51cm); together with a faux crocodile skin ladies handbag. (2) €70 - 90 480 A WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY SWING FRAME DRESSING TABLE MIRROR, with two drawers and raised on turned bun feet lacking plate, 16”( 41cm): together with another similar swing frame dressing table mirror. (2) €100 - 200 481 A BOW-FRONTED EBONY STRUNG MAHOGANY BEDSIDE COMMODE, adapted, now with a frieze drawer and two doors raised on splayed bracket feet, 24” (61cm). (1) €100 - 200


488 A BRONZE BUST OF MAENAD, O.R.M., on a circular polished limestone base, 18” (46cm). (1) €340 - 360 489 A PAIR OF GERMAN ROYAL BOAR TWO-HANDLED GREEN GROUND VASES, each 11.75” (30cm); a Chinese bronze and cloisonne two handled vase, 12” (21cm); an Edwardian oak desk stand with drawer; a two handled oak tray with beaded edge; a shoe makers last. (6) €80 - 150

482 482 A HEAVY CAST IRON WHITE PAINTED STICK STAND, modelled with a cherub holding a snake, 32.5” (82cm)h x 18.5” (48cm)w. (1) €220 - 260 483 A RECTANGULAR YEW WOOD TABLE, the Killarney hinged top inlaid with scrolling shamrocks, roses and thistle, and a centre oval with a ruined abbey, above a conforming frieze, raised on a baluster turned stem and Victorian tri-pod base, adapted, as is, 27” (69cm)w. (1) €200 - 300 484 A LATE GEORGIAN MAHOGANY NIGHT-TIME BEDSIDE COMMODE, with saw cut gallery top, incorporating two handles, above a tambour covered door and a pull out compartment, unfurnished, raised on square chamfered legs, 30” (76cm)h x 20” (51cm). (1) €150 - 250 485 A 17TH CENTURY STYLE CARVED MAHOGANY THRONE CHAIR, 19th century, the high arched back carved with scrolling flowers and vines, around a crocodile hide panel, and conforming padded seat, flanked to each side with outward scrolling armrests, raised on unusual cabriole legs with scroll feet. (1) €200 - 300 486 AN EBONY STRUNG AND BOW-FRONTED MAHOGANY COMMODE, with lift top and two brass carrying handles, two cupboard doors and two mock drawers below, raised on bracket feet, adapted, 24” (61cm)w. (1) €80 - 150 487 A TWO COLOUR BRONZE BUST, O.R.M., modelled as Beethoven, 17” (43cm). (1) €280 - 320

490 A MODERN GERMAN LONGCASE CLOCK, the swan neck pediment with an urn finial, above an arched brass dial and silverised chapter ring, with Arabic numerals and phases of the moon to the arch, above a glazed trunk door, on a moulded and panelled box base, 83” (211cm). (1) €250 - 350 491 AN IRISH LATE 18TH CENTURY YEW WOOD CUPBOARD-ON-CHEST, the arched cornice above two arched cupboard doors, enclosing two adjustable linen slides, on a base with two box and one small drawer, above a shaped apron on cabriole legs, with paw feet, 43” (110cm)w. (1) €500 - 700 492 A WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY ZOGROSCOPE, with magnifying panel and mirror panel, on an adjustable turned stem with circular moulded base, 30” (76cm)h x 13” (33cm)w. (1) €150 - 250 493 A 19TH CENTURY CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE DRAGON BOWL with four character marked base, 9” (23cm); together with a quantity of miscellaneous Chinese famille rose table ware comprising cups and saucers and a Satsuma bowl dish as is. (15) €70 - 120 494 A VICTORIAN FLAME MAHOGANY THREE DRAWER CHEST, 37” (94cm). (1) €150 - 250 495 A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN TABLE LAMP, O.R.M., in the form of a teapot moon flask, with spout and handle, 27” (69cm) high. (1) €80 - 120

496 A VERY UNUSUAL DEER HOOF CANDLE STICK, with silver plated mounts and thistle form socket, 14” (36cm); together with an oval silver plated table mirror, 8.5” (22cm). (2) €50 - 100 497 A PAIR OF CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN TABLE LAMPS, in the form of ginger jars and covers, each 24” (61cm)h includung shade. (2) €540 - 560 498 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY PIERCED BRASS FENDER, with a gadroon band, raised on two front paw feet, 46” (117cm). (1) €80 - 120 499 A GOOD UPRIGHT IRON FRAME PIANO, by Chappell & Co. Ltd. London, with 46.5” (118cm) keyboard, 58” (148cm)w overall. (1) €200 - 300 500 TAXIDERMY: A LARGE SET OF STAG ANTLERS, with part skull on shaped and moulded oak panel, the skull inscribed Kapola Poliona Maramaroa, each horn with eight parts, 45” (114cm)h x 48” (109cm)w. (1) €340 - 380 501 A LARGE COMPREHENSIVE NORITAKE BONE CHINA GARDEN EMPRESS PATTERN DINNER AND TEA SERVICE. (a lot) €200 - 300 502 19th CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, Cottage Interior with Woman by a Large Open Fire and a Cat Drinking Milk from a Broken Bottle, oil on canvas, 21” (54cm) x 29.5” (75cm). (1) €150 - 250 503 CLAUDE DAVIDSON (20th/21st CENTURY), Fruit and Flower Market, oil on canvas, 17.5” (45cm) x 23.5” (60cm). (1) €200 - 300 504 19th CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, Unloading Fishing Boats on a Beach, watercolour, indistinctly signed lower right, 17.25” (44cm) x 28” (72cm). (1) €150 - 250 505 J.F. DARLEY (19TH CENTURY), Fishing Boats by a Harbour, and Fishing Boats at Sea, a pair, both W.C., and signed lower left, 4” (10cm)h x 7” (18cm); together with a small map of Ireland by Thomas Bowen, 12” (30cm)h x 7.75” (20cm). (3) €80 - 120 37

512 BARBARA O’REILLY (20TH/21ST CENTURY), Study of a Cat, pastel on paper, signed lower right, 16.75” (43cm) x 24” (61cm). (1) €100 - 200

506 509 A VERY ATTRACTIVE FRENCH GILT BRASS MANTEL CLOCK, in the rococo style, the enamel dial with Arabic and Roman numerals, signed Lambert-Bormus Paris, with outside count wheel, striking on a steel bell, the case crested with various trophies, and scrolling foliage, and the dial flanked with leaf sprays, above a classical mask flanked with a dolphin to either side, above a central shell issuing scrolls, 22” (56cm)h x 14” (38cm). (1) €1300 - 1400

506 AFTER GEORGES GARDET (1863-1939), Tiger Attacking Buffalo, a bronze group, with foundry mark and number K862, 9” (23cm) high, 17.5” (45cm). (1) €700 - 1100 507 A PAIR OF LARGE SÉVRES STYLE PORCELAIN VASES AND COVERS, each with ornate brass mounts and applied with two grotesque masks with horns, decorated with classical scenes with landscapes, on octagonal bases, 25” (63cm). (1) €550 - 600


510 AFTER LOUIS AUGUSTE MOREAU, Vici, a bronzed metal figure modelled as a winged boy holding a bow, with green patina, 24” (61cm) high. (1) €250 - 350

508 AFTER PIERRE JULES MENE (1810-1879), Two Hounds by a Tree Stump, a bronze group with gilt patina, signed, 9.5” (24cm) x 18” (46cm). (1) €400 - 600

511 TOM CULLEN (1934-2001), Cole’s Lane, Dublin, oil on canvas, signed lower left and dated 1994, 19.25” (49cm) x 13.5” (34cm). (1) €400 - 600


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513 AFTER PIERRE JULES MENE (1810-1879), a bronze group modelled with three dogs, above a foxes den, on a rugged base, 7.5” (19cm) x 14” (36cm). (1) €500 - 700



514 C. CALLAGHAN (20th CENTURY), Holy Hour, St. John Rogerson’s Quay, oil on canvas, signed lower left and inscribed verso, 17.5” (44cm) x 11.5” (29cm). (1) €70 - 120 515 A WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD, probably Irish, with three quarter back and plate rack above gadroon edge, and three frieze drawers, and a centre arch, with reeded fan spandrels, flanked to either side with a cupboard door, and raised on turned and reeded legs, 83” (211cm)w. (1) €700 - 1000 516 A COLLECTION OF SIX 18TH CENTURY NANKIN BLUE AND WHITE PLATES AND DISHES, various sizes and shapes, as is; together with a blue and white Nankin cup and saucer. (8) €80 - 120

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517 A 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL WALNUT AND KINGWOOD MARQUETRY THREE DOOR PETIT COMMODE, with three quarter brass gallery, above three drawers, raised on square tapering legs, 28” (71cm)h x 17.25” (44cm). (1) €400 - 600 518 A FRENCH BRASS MOUNTED MARQUETRY AND KINGWOOD-BANDED CENTRE TABLE, with serpentine shaped top, the centre decorated with floral sprays and conforming spandrels, above a frieze drawer, raised on four brass mounted cabriole legs, 40” (102cm). (1) €800 - 900

519 AN OVAL INLAID MAHOGANY WINE COOLER, with satinwood banding on a fixed stand, with square tapering legs, 23” (58cm). (1) €1400 - 1600



520 A JAPANESE KASU SWORD, O.R.M., with stainless steel blade, in yellow lacquered scabbard. (1) €80 - 120 521 A GEORGIAN STYLE GAINSBOROUGH LIBRARY ARMCHAIR, with padded back and seat and raised on four square chamfered legs. (1) €400 - 500

529 JOHN FITZMAURICE MILLS (?-1991), Bantry Bay, French Anchorage Co. Cork, W.C., & Pastel, signed lower right, also inscribed verso, 16” (41cm)h x 20.25” (52cm). (1) €80 - 100

531 AN EDWARDIAN DECORATED SATINWOOD ARMCHAIR, the pierced top rail with an arched centre, and crested with a painted panel, depicting two cherubs, the caned back panel with a central oval with portrait of a woman, three quarter length, and conforming arm panels and seat, with loose cushion, raised on ring turned slightly splayed legs. (1) €1000 - 1500

522 A PAIR OF ATTRACTIVE ROSEWOOD AND BIRDS EYE MAPLE BANDED FOLD-OVER CARD TABLES, each top with rounded corners, on a concave quatrefoil stem, and quatrefoil platform with bun feet, 36” (91cm)w. (2) €1400 - 1600 523 A VICTORIAN WALNUT ARM CHAIR, the back with a cartouche crest above a padded back and seat, covered in pink and green striped fabric and raised on front cabriole legs. (1) €380 - 450

530 A KING GEORGE VI CORONATION CHAIR, by W. Hands & Sons Ltd, stamped with the crowned G.R. and dated 1937, the padded back and seat covered in green velvet and embroidered with the crowned G.R. VI. on front square chamfered legs. (1) €200 - 300

532 A VICTORIAN WALNUT PEDESTAL DESK, with tooled leather top and a recessed centre with frieze drawer, and flanked with a further drawer to either side, raised on two pedestals each with three drawers, 54” (137cm)w (1) €200 - 300


524 A VICTORIAN BURR WALNUT FOLD OVER CARD TABLE, with rectangular moulded top, on a bulbous turned stem, and a quadruple pod, 36.5” (93cm). (1) €640 - 680 525 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY HALL CHAIR, with cartouche shaped back, above a solid seat and raised on cabriole front legs. (1) €150 - 200 526 A PAIR OF COLOURED LITHOGRAPHS, by F. Dillon, one showing the Franciscan Convent, Funschal, Island of Madeira, the other the Santa Lugie River in Funschal, each signed and inscribed in pencil, 11” (28cm) x 15.75” (40cm). (2) €100 - 150 527 PATRICIA JORGENSEN (B.1936), Blue Clemetis, watercolour, signed lower left and date 2009, 12” (30cm) x 15.75” (40cm). (1) €300 - 500 528 MONA LAWLESS (20TH/21ST CENTURY IRISH), Maamturk Mountains, acrylic on board, 9.5” (24cm)h x 13.5” (34cm); together with another modern Irish picture, Foxes in a Den. (2) €30 - 50




533 20TH/21ST CENTURY SPANISH SCHOOL, Fishing Village with Figures on a Beach, oil on canvas, indistinctly signed, 17.25” (44cm) x 41.5” (105cm). (1) €200 - 300 534 A SMALL QUEEN ANNE STYLE STOOL, with drop in tapestry seat, on cabriole legs. (1) €80 - 120 535 A MAHOGANY DINING CHAIR, in the 18th century style, the back with a pierced splat, over a stuff over hide covered seat, on front square moulded legs. (1) €70 - 90 536 A 19TH CENTURY FRENCH BOULLE DESK STAND, with square glass ink bottles, and a hinged compartment, 14” (38cm). (1) €300 - 400 537 A MINIATURE SILHOUETTE, PROFILE PORTRAIT, George Washington, reverse on glass, in maple frame, 4” (10cm)h x 3” (8cm). (1) €150 - 250 538 A LARGE COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS SHELLS AND FOSSILS, contained in various glass top boxes, the majority with labels, by Butler Brompton Road London. (a lot) €80 - 90

539 J.B. BOYD, Dead Game Birds by a Basket, oil on canvas, 13.5” (24cm) x 18” (46cm). (1) €100 - 150 540 A 17TH CENTURY STYLE CARVED OAK CORNER CHAIR, the back with a grotesque mask and two carved double dolphin splats, above a solid seat, raised on front leaf carved cabriole leg with paw foot. (1) €80 - 150 541 A VICTORIAN WALNUT LADIES NURSING CHAIR, with shield shaped padded back and bow fronted seat covered in pink draylon, on front fluted legs. (1) €180 - 250

545 A BRONZE BUST, Native North American Indian Elder Head only, on triple stepped arrow head base, and raised on an associated bell shaped socle, 5” (13cm). (1) €80 - 120 546 A RARE 19TH CENTURY PORCELAIN COMMEMORATION PIPE, with coloured portrait of Daniel O’Connell, 7” (18cm), probably German. (1) €150 - 200 547 A CHINESE CARVED INK STONE, with incised cyphers and Greek key border, 3” (7.5cm)h x 2.25” (5.5cm). (1) €200 - 300

542 A PAIR OF MODERN MAHOGANY COLUMN TABLE LAMPS, 24” (61cm) approx. (1) €70 - 90

548 AN EARLY HEAVY INDO-PERSIAN BRONZE SEAL, of octagonal form, chased with scrolling foliage, 2.5” (6cm)w. (1) €100 - 150

543 AFTER MOREAU, PROBABLY AUGUSTE MOREAU (1834-1917) Fermíre Distrubiant du Gran Aux Poules, a bronze group, 16.5” (42cm). (1) €700 - 1100

549 A SMALL CHINESE MICRO CLOISONNE FIVE CLAW DRAGON BOWL, 19th century, with blue border against a dark background, with gilt decoration, 3” (7.3cm). (1) €200 - 300

544 LATE 19TH CENTURY or EARLY 20TH CENTURY BRONZE GROUP, with two Bacchian and a cougar, indistinctly signed verso, on yew wood plinth, 4.5” (11.5cm) h x 6” (15cm). (1) €700 - 900

550 A FOUR COMPARTMENT JAPANESE BONE INRO, with erotic scene, and the opposing side with dragon, signed, 2” (5cm); together with three carved wooden netsukes. (4) €100 - 200

End of Day One



420 DOUBLE-ACTION FORTY-THREE-STRING EIGHT-PEDAL HARP, patent no. 3415, inscribed with Sebastian Erard’s patent no. 3415, 18 Great Marlborough St. London, with Royal cypher and the opposing plate inscribed Maker by Special Appointment to his Majesty and the Royal Family, the fluted gilt column with a relief capital, with Grecian figures and motifs, the base with further Grecian figures and anthemions on paw feet, 67” (170cm)h x 34” (87cm)d. (1) Provenance: Gore-Booth Family, Lissadell House, Co. Sligo. €1500 - 2500



Beginning Day 2 551 AN ATTRACTIVE INLAID MAHOGANY FOUR-DRAWER CHEST, George III period, adapted, the rectangular moulded top with later inlay, above four graduating drawers, on bracket feet, 28” (71cm). (1) €100 - 200 552 AN UNUSUAL ART DECO STYLE MAPLE S-SHAPED OCCASIONAL TABLE OR STAND, the rectangular top with a curved side, and two drawers, on a conforming base with two further drawers, 25” (64cm)h x 38” (97cm)w. (1) €650 - 700 553 AFTER VIC MITCHELL, a set of four coloured limited edition racing prints, each signed by artist and jockey Jonjo O’Neil. (4) €80 - 120 554 A PUMPKIN SHAPED LEATHER COVERED STOOL, 24” (61cm). (1) €150 - 200

560 20TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, a pair of water colours, Mountainous River Scene in gilt frames, 10” (15.5cm) x 18”(46cm). (2) €20 - 30 561 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, Figure in an Interior, Smoking a Pipe, and its companion, a similar subject, both oil on metal, 7.5” (19cm)h x 6.25” (16cm)w. (2) €120 - 160 562 A MODERN RUNNER, in the Ziegler style, the ivory ground with an allover floral pattern inside an iron red border, 13’7 (404cm) x 33” (83cm). (1) €250 - 350 563 A FINE SET OF FOUR 19TH CENTURY LEADED AND STAINED GLASS WINDOW PANELS, two decorated with a coat of arms, the other two with flowers, 38.5” (97.7cm) x 44” (111.7cm). (4) €580 - 720

555 A VICTORIAN SQUARE TAPESTRY COVERED FOOT STOOL, on four reeded brass bun feet, 14” (35cm)sq. (1) €140 - 170

564 A REGENCY STYLE BOW FRONTED MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE, with cross banded top and two frieze drawers, and raised on front sabre legs, 34”(86cm)w. (1) €280 - 350

556 A CARVED OAK HIGH BACK BENCH, 18th century and later, the back with seven carved panels and a solid plank top, the seat flanked with gadroon moulded scroll arm rests, raised on turned supports and legs, 62” (158cm). (1) €500 - 700

565 AN ATTRACTIVE PAIR OF CIRCULAR WALNUT AND BRASS MOUNTED TWO TIER étagères, O.R.M. each with a frieze drawer, and raised on four square moulded tapering legs, 28” (71cm)h x 16” (41cm)d. (2) €600 - 700

557 A MAHOGANY CORNER CABINET, in the George III style, with fret cut swan neck pediment, and dentil moulded cornice and a single astragal glazed door, and two solid panel door below, on bracket feet, 7ft (220cm)h x 34” (88cm). (1) €150 - 250

566 A PERSIAN SAROUK RUNNER, the red field with a circular crucifom dark blue medallion, inside a conforming wide red border, 9ft4 (284cm)h x 3ft4.5 (103cm). (1) €200 - 300

558 AN EDWARDIAN INLAID AND CROSSBANDED MAHOGANY KIDNEY SHAPED CURIO TABLE, the glass hinged top and three glazed frieze panels, raised on slightly splayed legs, 26” (66cm)w. (1) €200 - 300 559 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, A Wooded River Landscape, O.O.C., 24” (30cm) h x 9” (23cm); together with a still life painting by Margaret Allen, 11” (28cm)h x 13.5” (35cm). (2) €100 - 200

567 A PAIR OF FRENCH GILT FAUTEUILS, each cartouche shaped padded back with a floral crest, above a conforming serpentine fronted seat, raised on front cabriole legs. (2) €580 - 650 568 A SMALL INLAID OAK CHIMING GRANDMOTHER CLOCK, with circular dial, and Arabic numerals, the paneled trunk with door, raised on a moulded box base, 51.5” (131cm). (1) €200 - 300

569 TWO PAIRS OF VERY FINE LIGHT GREEN SATIN CURTAINS, lined and interlined, each 8ft (244cm) drop x 8ft8 (264cm) wide; together with a smaller matching pair 5ft7 (170cm) drop x 5ft4 (162cm) w; and six matching tie back and three pelmet covers, each with striped red border. (16) €500 - 600 570 A VERY FINE PAIR OF BLUE SATIN LINED AND INTERLINED CURTAINS, with beige brocade edging, 10ft (305cm) drop, 104” (264cm) wide approx; together with another smaller matching pair 8’3 (250cm) drop, 7’6 (230cm) wide. (1) €500 - 800 571 TWO FINE PAIRS OF GOLD COLOURED SATIN CURTAINS, lined and interlined with blue and gold tapestry type border, each 10’(305cm) drop x 99” (251cm) wide approx. (2) €700 - 1100 572 A LARGE CIRCULAR MAHOGANY DINING TABLE, in the manner of Robert Jupe, 6ft (183cm), extending to 7ft6 (228cm), with five spare leaves, raised on a quadruple pod, on four splayed legs, united by a stretcher shelf and terminating in heavy brass lion paw feet. (1) Illustration on page 44 €3000 - 4000 573 A PAIR OF JAPANESE POLYCHROME ENAMELLED VASES, 13” (33cm); a Masons ironstone jug; a Masons dish; a first period Belleek brown and white meat platter. (a lot) €40 - 50 574 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS ELEPHANT FIGURES, various brass ornaments; double portrait of Lilly Langtree Nude and its companion Two Other Parlour Girl portraits; and a carved Africcan tribal group; two modern brass portrait plaques; and a barrel shaped case. (a lot) €80 - 120 575 TWO BRASS-BOUND BOXES, an old G.E.C. Bakelite telephone; a pair of plated spurs; a bone inlaid musical cigarette box; two malacite figures; crumb tray and brush; a cased instrument Dinky model of the Queen Mary; miscellaneous plate ware; golf trophies, etc.. (a lot) €30 - 50


576 A FINE LARGE OLD PUB ADVERTISING MIRROR, for R & D Sharpe’s Pale and Mild Ales, Blackford Brewery, Perthshire, with crest, in gilt frame, 21” (53cm)h x 50.5” (128cm). (1) €800 - 1200 577 A GEORGE IV PERIOD MAHOGANY AND EBONY-STRUNG SWING-FRAME DRESSING TABLE MIRROR, with two ring turned supports, lacking mirror and mirror frame, above three drawers, on a bow front with turned ball feet, 24.5” (62cm), as is. (1) €40 - 60 578 A COLLECTION OF FIFTEEN ASSORTED PEWTER PLATES, various sizes, shapes, and dates. (a lot) €80 - 120 579 A SEVEN PIECE GERMAN PORCELAIN MONKEY BAND, with conductor and musicians, the tallest 6” (15cm). (1) €150 - 250 580 A SWISS EIGHT-AIR MUSIC BOX, striking on five steel bells, in an ornate ebonized and veneered walnut case, with inlaid top, 18” (46cm). (1) €800 - 850 581 A LARGE HEAVY COPPER PRESERVING PAN, with iron handles, 20.5” (52cm); another small ditto with copper handles; three other ditto; and a large copper saucepan with iron handle and lid. (6) €150 - 250

586 AFTER HENRY ALKEN, Newmarket Races, a coloured racing print, The Gallops, 12.5” (32cm)h x 30.5” (77cm). (1) €70 - 90


582 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS DOMESTIC PORCELAIN. (a lot) €20 - 30 583 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS BESWICK FIGURES, two toby jugs; a pair of musical figures; some Royal commemorative porcelain port barrel; a blue and white Copeland Spode plate; and other assorted plates and small dishes, etc. (a lot) €40 - 50 584 AFTER SNAFFLES, CHARLES JOHNSON PAYNE, The Stake and Bound, a large coloured hunting print, published August 15th 1913 by Fores 41 Picadilly London, 19.5” (50cm)h x 26.5” (67cm). (1) €300 - 500 585 AFTER CECIL ALDEN, A Hunting Morning, and Drawing a Blank, a pair of coloured hunting prints each in original oak frame, 17.5” (45cm) x 27.5” (70cm); together with another early coloured engraving after Teniers entitled Teniers’s Kitchen, by J.B. Michel, 20” (51cm) x 25.5” (65cm). (1) €180 - 250

587 A SET OF SIX LATE VICTORIAN MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, each with a shaped back and centre splat, above a drop-in seat, on turned legs. (6) €150 - 250 588 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY DINING TABLE, the moulded top with D shaped ends and two spare leaves, raised on baluster fluted turned legs, approx 8ft3” (254cm)h x 4ft6 (137cm). (1) €300 - 500 589 FOUR COMMEMORATION BOTTLES OF BELLS OLD SCOTH WHISKEY, each porcelain bottle of bell shape, two commemorating the 90th birthday of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother, 4th August 1990 75cl; another commemorating the birth of Princess Eugenie, 23rd March 1990; and one other commemorating the marriage of Prince Andrew & Sarah Ferguson 23rd July 1986; and a rare porcelain bottle of Camus fine cognac Royal commemorating the Royal Wedding H.R.H The Prince of Wales to Lady Diana Spencer July 29th 1981, the bottle in the form of a book, with the two portraits and crests in original royal blue silk bound case. (4) €300 - 500 590 FORTY MIXED BOTTLES OF WHITE AND ROSÉ WINE, from various countries and vintages, thirty six 75cl and four 37.5cl. (40) €150 - 200

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591 FOURTEEN MIXED 75CL BOTTLES OF RED WINE, various vintages and countries. (a lot) €80 - 100

597 A DARK RED GROUND AFGHAN RUG, with a striped design inside a triple-band red border, 70” (178cm) x 38.5” (98cm). (1) €100 - 150

592 A GOOD CHIPPENDALE STYLE MAHOGANY DINING TABLE, the top with a gadroon edge and two spare leaves, raised on four heavy leaf carved cabriole legs, with ball and claw feet, stamped 3974 T & F Smith Glasgow, on the stretcher, approx 8ft2 (250cm)l x 52” (132cm)w. (1) €400 - 600 593 A SET OF EIGHT (6+2) MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, each with splat back and padded seat, raised on front cabriole legs. (8) €250 - 350 594 A PAIR OF BRASS FIRE DOGS, a brass chestnut roaster; two brass ladles; a toasting fork; a small tongs; a fire shovel and tongs; a brass alms dishv;and another brass dish. (a lot) €60 - 80 595 A GEORGE III INLAID AND CROSS-BANDED MAHOGANY SECRETAIRE BOOKCASE, the cornice above two astragal glazed doors, on a base with two cupboard doors under a drop front writing compartment, fitted with drawers and pigeon holes, on bracket feet, adapted, 100” (245cm)h x 49in (125cm)w x 21” (53cm)d. (1) €800 - 1200 596 A TABRIZ STYLE PERSIAN CARPET, with double centre hexagonal medallion, on all over patterned field, inside a fawn border, 9ft11 (303cm)l x 6ft7” (201cm)w. (1) €600 - 900



598 GREGOR GREY (ACT. 1870-1911), Wash Time, Goslings in a Bowl, oil on canvas, signed lower left and dated 1893, unframed, 14” (35.5cm) x 21.25” (54cm). (1) €400 - 600 599 LATE 19TH OR EARLY 20TH CENTURY SCHOOL, PROBABLY SCOTTISH, Highland River Landscape, O.O.C., indistinctly signed lower right, 24” (61cm) x 29.5” (75cm). €150 - 250


600 A VICTORIAN OAK HALL STAND, with four shaped arms and wooden pegs, above a hinged glove compartment and a pierced splat below, 73” (185cm)h x 28” (71cm). (1) €80 - 150 601 A SMALL INLAID ROSEWOOD CHIFFIONIER, the arched top with two shelves and three drawers, on a base with two conforming panel doors and raised on turned legs, 52” (132cm)h x 29” (73cm)w. (1) €1100 - 1500

602 602 ATTRIBUTED TO ALFRED FREDERICK ROLFE (1815-1907) Fishing Bag and the Day’s Catch on a Riverbank, oil on canvas, 18.5” (47cm) x 24.5” (62cm). (1) €400 - 600 603 A THREE-PIECE FRENCH MANTEL CLOCK GARNITURE, the arched rouge and black marble case, with a bronze and gilt bronze urn finial, the ornate dial with enamel Roman numerals, inscribed Imported by John Wall & Co. Manchester, above an ornate bronze and gilt bronze relief cast panel, flanked with scroll pilasters, on a break front base, 17.5” (45cm)h; together with a pair of conforming candelabra, each with two arms and a centre light, on a tri-pod base with paw feet, 15” (38cm). (3) €1000 - 1500


604 CHARLES BABBAGE ESQ., Table of Logarithms of Natural Numbers from 1-108000, stereo typed, London printed for J. Mewman Ludgate-Street 1827, to LieutenantColonel Colby of the Royal Engineers, 4to full tooled suede. (1) €100 - 200 605 A NEST OF FOUR BIRDS EYE MAPLE OCCASIONAL TABLES, each of graduating rectangular form, raised on turned and fluted supports, on down turned legs, the largest 14.25” (36cm). (4) €580 - 650 606 A SMALL MAHOGANY LONGCASE CLOCK, late 19th century, the square silverised dial with Roman and Arabic numerals, and a subsidiary dial for seconds, under a dental moulded cornice, and a nicely figured flame mahogany trunk door, with a blind fret band above and below, on a moulded box base, with conforming circular panel, raised on bracket feet, 75” (191cm)h x 19” (48cm)w. (1) €1000 - 1500 607 A FINE 19TH CENTURY CARVED MAHOGANY CENTRE CHESS TABLE, the square specimen marble top inside an ornate leaf and scroll border, above a conforming carved triform stem, with flaring triform base and leaf-capped scroll legs, 30” (76cm) high, 21” (54cm) square. (1) €2000 - 3000

608 A PAIR OF FRENCH GILT SALON SIDE CHAIRS, one with triple openwork panel back, one centred with a floral Sevres style porcelain panel, the other lacking. (2) €100 - 200 609 A NAPLES PORCELAIN FIGURE OF A COCKATOO, perched on a flower encrusted tree trunk, 12” (31cm); together with another continental porcelain cockatoo, 10.5” (27cm). (2) €80 - 120

610 610 A SITZENDORF PORCELAIN FIGURE, modelled as a hawk; another modelled as a parrot, each 10.5” (27cm); together with another porcelain bird, probably a woodpecker, 11.25” (29cm). (3) €150 - 250

611 611 A PAIR OF CONTINENTAL PORCELAIN FIGURES, modelled as fighting cocks, each 10” (26cm) approx.; together with a pair of similar smaller ditto, the taller 9” (22cm). (4) €100 - 150 612 A THIRTY THREE PIECE PART COPELAND SPODE IMARI STYLE PART DINNER SERVICE comprising: nine dinner plates; six soup or pudding bowls; three meat platters; seven supper plates; and eight side plates. (33) €150 - 200

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615 A PAIR OF VERY ATTRACTIVE DECORATED SATIN WOOD DISPLAY CABINETS AND STANDS, each with a shaped pediment and three urn finials, above two glazed doors, each with a central oval panel, decorated with urns, bell flowers, etc; each base with a long frieze drawer and projecting rounded corners, on a shaped stretcher with oval shelf, and raised on turned and fluted legs, 91” (231cm)h x 44” (112cm). (2) €3500 - 4500 616 A GERMAN PORCELAIN MODEL OF A MAGPIE, possibly Meissen, early 20th century, perched on a tree stump; together with a similar ditto, each 20” (51cm) approx. (2) €200 - 300

613 613 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY MEISSEN PORCELAIN FIGURE OF A BIRD, perched on a tree stump, 10.25” (26cm). (1) €100 - 200

615 617 A PAIR OF VERY UNUSUAL GOTHIC STYLE GILT BRASS candelabra, with five lights on three tiers, and pierced baluster stem, raised on a tri-pod base and winged dog head feet, 26.5” (67cm)h. (2) €600 - 800

614 A PAIR OF HERAND PORCELAIN FIGUES OF COCKATOOS, the tallest 5” (13cm); a pair of large 20th century colourful figures of cockatoos, and one other porcelain figure of a bird. (5) €80 - 120



618 A 19TH CENTURY FINE FRENCH GILT BRASS MANTEL CLOCK, the movement by J. Marti of Paris, striking on a steel bell, the circular convex enamel dial with Roman and Arabic numerals, surmounted with two handled urn, the drum flanked to either side with lion masks and hanging grapes, on a leaf cast scroll stand, on rectangular plinth, 22” (56cm)h x 13” (33cm). (1) €1300 - 1500


619 A 19TH CENTURY FRENCH CARVED WHITE STATUARY MARBLE MANTEL PIECE, the moulded oblong top, above a frieze carved with leaf scrolls, and a central leaf swag, with ribbon bows, the conforming carved jambs, headed with flower heads and leaves and a panel with three graduating bell flowers hanging from a ribbon bow, on a moulded block base, 50” (127cm)h x 70” (178cm)w. (1) €7500 - 8500 620 A FINE QUALITY GEORGE III PERIOD CUBAN MAHOGANY CHEST, of small proportions, the rectangular moulded top above three long and two short drawers, raised on bracket feet, 34” (86cm)h x 34.5” (88cm)w. (1) €1400 - 1600




621 AN UNUSUAL BRASS-MOUNTED OAK LOW CLUB FENDER, with open centre and leather covered seats, on tubular brass rails, 73” (185cm)w. (1) €800 - 900 622 A BRASS GRATE MOUNTED TRIVET, with hanging brush and shovel. (1) €40 - 60 623 A REGENCY STYLE BRONZED METAL CHANDELIER, with eight arms and centre vase shaped glass stem, issuing festoons of glass beads and lustre drops, 27” (69cm)h x 28” (71cm)d. (1) €300 - 400

625 625 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, Portrait of a Seated Gentleman, Reading a Letter in his Study, O.O.P., 8”(20cm)h x 7” (18cm). (1) €200 - 300

624 ATTRIBUTED TO DERMOD WILLIAM O’BRIEN (1865-1945), A Portrait of a Young Boy with Red Tam, 23” (58cm) x 19” (48cm), inscribed. €800 - 1200

626 626 AFTER JAN VAN HUYSUM, Vase of Colourful Flowers, still life, oil on board, 23.5” (60cm)h x 19.75” (50cm)w. (1) €250 - 400


627 HENRY ANDREWS (1794-1868), Courting Couple with Terrier by a Stile, oil on canvas, 19.5” (49.5cm) tondo, in attractive swept gilt frame. (1) €600 - 1000 628 ATTRIBUTED TO THOMAS GEORGE COOPER (1836-1901), Donkey and Sheep in a Landscape, O.O.P., 8.5” (21cm)h x 10.25” (27cm)w. (1) €500 - 600


629 A PAIR OF SERPENTINE SHAPED KINGWOOD-BANDED PETIT COMMODES, each with a three quarter pierced brass gallery, above two bow fronted drawers, raised on four shaped legs, 28” (71cm)h x 24” (61cm)w. (2) €650 - 700



630 19TH CENTURY IRISH SCHOOL, Portrait of a Young Gentleman, Seated Wearing a Black Bow Tie, W.C., 5.25” (13cm)h x 4.25” (11cm). (1) €120 - 160 631 JUDITH CAULFIELD WALSHE (20TH/21ST CENTURY), Apples and Berries, watercolour, signed lower left, 21” (54cm) x 23.5” (60cm). (1) €100 - 200 632 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY LONGCASE CLOCK, by Reed and Todd Glasgow, the moulded cornice above a square brown dial with Roman numerals, and a subsidiary dial for seconds and date, the Gothic style trunk with an arched door, flanked with reeded rounded pilasters, on moulded box base, 79” (201cm)h x 20.5” (52cm). (1) €700 - 1100 633 A LARGE NEEDLEWORK SAMPLER, from female model school Kildare Place Dublin, worked with various versions of the alphabet and prayers and floral sprays, 24” (61cm)h x 19” (48cm). (1) €100 - 200 634 F.W. HULME (20TH CENTURY), Venetian Street Scene with Figures, O.O.C., 17.5” (45cm)h x 24” (61cm). (1) €100 - 200 635 19TH CENTURY, French Cathedral, W.C., signed with initials R.P.B., possibly Richard Parkes Bonington, 13.5” (34cm)h x 9” (23cm). (1) €250 - 320 636 VICTORIAN SCHOOL, Child in Red Dress on a Donkey, 15.75” (39cm) x 11.5” (29cm). (1) €200 - 300 637 A TALL EMBOSSED BRASS HELMET-SHAPED STICK STAND, embossed with scenes after David Teniers in relief, 32” (81cm). (1) €300 - 400


638 THREE SIMILAR EARLY CARVED WOODEN CEREMONIAL TRIBAL SPEARS, each 65” (165cm) long approx. (3) €300 - 400

646 CONOR WALTON (B. 1970), Milk, Honey and Butter, still life, O.O.P., 12” (31cm)h x 9” (23cm). (1) €800 - 1500

639 AN EARLY CARVED HARDWOOD TRIBAL CEREMONIAL OAR, probably Maori, 43” (110cm) long. (1) €300 - 500

647 19TH CENTURY SCOTTISH SCHOOL, Highand Scene with Angler, indistinctly signed lower right, 11.25” (29cm) x 15” (39cm). (1) €100 - 150

640 AN OLD NAVAL OFFICER’S SABRE, the brass hilt with a stylised lion head, with 28” (71cm) curved single fuller blade stamped 15 on the rib, the scabbard inscribed 16 R.R., the hilt inscribed R.R.; together with another small dress sword by Kenning of London, Liverpool, and Glasgow, with wire covered grip and cruciform hilt in scabbard. (2) €150 - 250

648 J. MATTHYS (19TH CENTURY), Continental Street Scene with Cathedral, oil on panel, signed lower right, 9.5” (24cm) x 6.5” (16cm). (1) €200 - 300

641 A MODERN TUBULAR BRASS STICK AND UMBRELLA STAND, 24” (61cm). (1) €50 - 80 642 A TWELVE-BRANCH TWO-TIER GLASS CHANDELIER, the upper section with four scroll shaped spiral reeded arms, and four scroll candy canes, and eight conforming branches below, issuing festoons of buttons and drops, and a frosted glass bowl below, 35” (89cm)h x 28” (71cm) w. (1) €600 - 700 643 A PAIR OF FIVE-BRANCH GLASS CHANDELIERS, each with spiral reeded arms, and sugar candy canes, with lustre drops and glass button chains, 15” (38cm)h. (1) €850 - 950 644 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, Figures Chatting by an Inlet, O.O.C., 12” (30cm)h x 24” (61cm). (1) €280 - 320

649 SIOBHAN DILLON (20TH CENTURY), Peonies, painted and embroidered on silks and linen, signed with monogram SD and dated 2010, 12.5” (31cm) x 11” (28cm). (1) €80 - 150 650 AFTER JAMES MALTON, View of Dublin from the Magazine, Phoenix Park, as is; together with a needlework picture; and an overpainted print depicting a boy and girl. (3) €10 - 20 651 A FINE LARGE 19TH CENTURY INLAID AND CROSS BANDED MAHOGANY LONGCASE CLOCK, of large proportions, by J. Ford Birmingham, the swan neck pediment above an arched and painted dial with Roman numerals, subsidiary dial for seconds and a date dial, the spandrels painted with figures emblematic of the seasons, the arch with an automaton depicting two figures on a stage, flanked to either side with a half spiral reeded and turned column with Corinthian capital, and a triple arched trunk door below, cross banded in rosewood and flanked to either side with conforming columns, raised on a large moulded cross banded box base with rectangular plinth, 100in (253cm)h x 22in (56cm). (1) €700 - 1100

645 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, Glass and Fruit on a Ledge, still life, oil on canvas, 11.5” (29cm) x 15.75” (40cm). (1) €100 - 200


652 LIZ FERON, The Vanishing Quays, oil on board, signed, inscribed verso, 6” (15cm) x 9.25” (24cm); together with a watercolour depicting a Continental urban river-scene, 11.5” (29cm) x 9.5” (24cm). (2) €50 - 100

659 A LARGE JAPANESE BLUE AND WHITE SAUCER DISH, decorated with birds, 18” (46cm); together with a pair of smaller similar ditto, 12” (31cm). (3) €150 - 200

653 A 19TH CENTURY REVERSE PAINTING ON GLASS, Still Life, Fruit, 9.75” (25cm) x 14” (36cm). (1) €60 - 100

665 A CHINOISERIE DECORATED AND BLACK LACQUERED CHINESE ALTER TABLE, the top decorated with two birds perched on a branch, above two panel doors, flanked with projecting sides, the doors decorated with figures and outer spandrels with flowers, raised on square moulded legs, 40.5” (103cm) high, 36” (91cm) wide. (1) €300 - 500

654 A CHINESE CHERRYWOOD CUPBOARD, the rectangular top with upper curved sides and two upward tapering paneled doors, enclosing shelves, flanked to each side with a scroll spandrel, 33” (84cm) high, 32” (82cm) wide, 17.75” (45cm) deep; together with another matching smaller ditto. (2) €150 - 250 655 MODERN SCHOOL, Study of a Goat, O.O.C.B., indistinctly signed, 6.5” (17cm)h x 9” (23cm). (1) €500 - 600 656 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN MAHOGANY HALL CHAIRS, each with pierced cartouche shaped back, applied with leaf scrolls, above a solid seat, on turned and reeded legs. (2) €650 - 700 657 INDIAN SCHOOL, a set of six portraits depicting various Indian women, in colourful traditional costume, by various artists, gouache on dark paper, 15” (38cm) x 9.75” (25cm). (6) €100 - 200

660 660 A BALUSTER SHAPED PORCELAIN VASE, with decorated striped panels and larger shaped floral panels, 22.5” (58cm)h approx. €300 - 400 661 DAVID JOHNSON (1972), Family of Lions in an African Landscape, pastel on paper, 19.5” (50cm)h x 31.5” (80cm). (1) €250 - 300 662 A LARGE 19TH CENTURY GILT OVERMANTEL, the rectangular frame with leaf moulded half round pilasters, and square block corner sections, 38” (97cm)h x 5” (152cm). (1) €300 - 400 663 A 19TH CENTURY INLAID MAHOGANY SIDE BOARD, probably Irish, the three quarter gallery above a bow front, with centre frieze drawer, struck with B218 on edge, flanked with a door to either side, 75.5” (192cm)w. (1) €700 - 1100

658 658 A FINE TALL JAPANESE IMARI VASE, with wide flared neck, decorated with typical palette, and with flowers and phoenix, 24” (61cm). (1) €350 - 550

664 A FINE RARE 18TH CENTURY CARVED IRISH GILTWOOD WALL MIRROR, the rococo crest with C-scrolls and scrolling foliage, and flanked to either side with a squirrel, above a shaped mirror plate, in a very ornate frame, carved with hanging floral swags, and scrolling foliage, incorporating oval work panels, 67.5” (172cm)h x 41” (104cm)w. (1) €5000 - 7000

666 666 L. BERNARD (19TH CENTURY), Figure of the Character Ruy-Blas, bronze, signed and dated 1849, indistinctly inscribed verso, 19.5” (49.5cm) high. (1) €800 - 1500 667 ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM BINGHAM MCGUINNESS RHA (1849-1928), Continental Street Scene, watercolour, 21.5” (54cm) x 14” (37cm). (1) €100 - 200 668 GEORGE BLACKIE STICKS (1843-1938), Sea Birds’ Haunt, Coast of Caithness, oil on canvas, signed lower right and dated 1895, 18” (45cm) x 15” (38cm). (1) Illustration on page 52 €600 - 1000 669 AFTER VAN DYKE, 20th century, Portrait of Philip, Lord Warthon, O.O.C., 27” (69cm) h x 21.5” (55cm). (1) €150 - 200 51

676 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY MUSIC CANTERBURY, with scroll sides and railed four division music sections, above a frieze drawer raised on turned legs, 22” (56cm). (1) €250 - 350

668 670 J. BIGOT, a 19th century French porcelain plaque, depicting figures and cherub by a river, 11.25” (29cm)h x 17” (43cm). (1) €400 - 500

672 672 A WHITE FRENCH MARBLE MANTEL CLOCK, the domed top surmounted by a cherub, holding a torch and a bow, above a porcelain dial, decorated with floral swags, and signed Charve of Lyon, with Roman and Arabic numerals, striking on a steel bell, the case with ornate brass mounts, raised on a rectangular plinth, with leaf cast brass legs, 15.5” (39cm)h x 7” (18cm) (1) €650 - 750 673 A VICTORIAN WALNUT AND MARQUETRY INLAID SIDE CABINET, with two glazed doors and brass mounts, raised on a plinth base, 48” (122cm)w. (1) €580 - 650

677 A VERY UNUSUAL AND RARE CARVED ‘BLACK FOREST’ MANTEL OR BRACKET CLOCK, 19th century by A.C.V. Bergen of Interlacken, the rustic case carved with various foliage, and a French movement by Marti & Co. with outside count wheel, striking on a steel bell, and a black two stage dial with gilt Roman numerals and skeleton escapement, 15.5in (39cm)h x 16in (41cm)w. (1) €400 - 600

674 A FORTY-SEVEN PIECE PART COPELAND SPODE EADEN PATTERN BREAKFAST SET, comprising: seven breakfast plates; six side plates; six small saucers; eight larger saucers; a muffin dish; two bread plates; nine large breakfast cups; six coffee cups; and a sugar bowl. (47) €80 - 150

671 671 A VERY FINE 19TH CENTURY BOHEMIAN RUBY GLASS AND BRASS-MOUNTED TABLE LAMP, converted for electricity, the baluster shaped ruby stem and ruby reservoir with brass capital and circular moulded base, with acorns and oak leaves, approx 24” (61cm)h. (1) €400 - 600

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675 A VERY FINE BOHEMIAN RUBY AND FROSTED GLASS OIL LAMP, now converted for electricity, the glass column with a leaf case ormolu capital, and a conforming quatrefoil cast base, supporting a cut glass reservoir and an etched glass shade, approx 35” (89cm) overall. (1) €350 - 450

678 678 A VICTORIAN PINE WELLINGTON SPECIMEN CHEST, with twelve long drawers, each with colourful butterfly specimens, the majority identified on printed paper, 34” (86cm)h x 21” (53cm). (1) €1000 - 1200


679 A CARVED OAK ANEROID WHEEL BAROMETER, 33” (84cm). (1) €70 - 90

686 A PAIR OF BOHEMIAN RUBY FLASHED BOTTLE VASES, each with flared neck, 12” (31cm)h. (2) €60 - 100

680 AN EDWARDIAN INLAID MAHOGANY CENTRE TABLE, the top in nicely figured flame mahogany, inlaid with bell flowers, inside a satinwood border, raised on four square tapering slightly splayed legs, united by a stretcher, 28.5” (73cm)h x 28” (71cm)w. (1) €150 - 200 681 A GOOD QUALITY 19TH CENTURY STICK BAROMETER, the swan neck pediment above a large two panel dial, and a thermometer below, the base with a bow fronted citron cover, 42” (108cm) h. (1) €1200 - 1600


682 A SMALL AFGHAN TRIBAL RUG, 5ft1 (155cm)l x 2ft8” (82cm). (1) €60 - 80

687 THOMAS WORSEY (1829-1875), Wild Flowers and a Bird’s Nest on a Bank, oil on canvas, 15.5” (40cm) x 19.25” (49cm). (1) €600 - 800

683 AN ANTIQUE PART SILK PERSIAN RUG with centre medallion on an all over floral field with navy spandrels inside a wide navy border with stylised flowers, 6ft10” (208cm)x 4ft6” (137cm). (1) €200 - 300

688 MICHELANGELO MEUCCI (1840-1909), Dead Game Hanging from a Panel, oil on card, both signed and dated 1876 lower left, 8.25” (21cm) x 6.25” (16cm). (1) €300 - 500

684 A PERSIAN HERIZ CARPET, with centre ivory and navy blue medallion, with all over floral design, inside a navy border with ivory and navy spandrels, 11ft4 (340cm) x 7ft4 (224cm). (1) €300 - 400

689 A TIFFANY STYLE BRONZED TABLE LAMP, with coloured and metal glazed shade, 17” (43cm)h. (1) €120 - 160

685 685 SAMUEL BATEMAN (19TH CENTURY BRITISH), Feeding Time in the Farmyard, oil on canvas, 16.5” (42cm) x 21.5” (55cm), signed with initials and dated 1848 €700 - 1100

690 A FINE PAIR OF REGENCY PERIOD BRASS-INLAID ROSEWOOD FOLD OVER CARD TABLES, each top opening to reveal a baise-lined interior, and with rounded corners, above a paneled frieze inlaid with a ho ho bird amongst scrolling foliage, on double spiral reeded columns, resting on a concave quatrefoil platform, with similar inlay, and raised on four scroll headed sabre legs, terminating in brass paw casters, 29” (74cm)h x 36” (92cm). (2) €5500 - 8500 691 AN ATTRACTIVE PAIR OF COMPOSITION WALL BRACKETS, each with moulded top supported by a dolphin and a shell, 12” (30cm) high, 9” (23cm). (2) €100 - 150



692 A FINE EARLY 18TH CENTURY SLOPE-FRONT WALNUT BUREAU CABINET, with attractive patina, the moulded cornice above two glazed doors, (probably replacing mirror panels), enclosing three adjustable shelves, the arch top door panels inlaid with boxwood and ebony string, on a cross banded base, with herring bone inlay, the slope opening to reveal a nicely fitted interior, with two concave cupboard doors to the centre, two secret compartments and various pigeon holed compartment and drawers, above a base slide, and two long and two short conforming drawers below, raised on bracket feet, the side panels with heavy brass carrying handles, 79” (201cm)h x 42” (107cm)w. (1) €8000 - 12000



693 A CHINESE FAMILLE VERTE MUG with dragon handle as is; a similar blue and white Chinese mug; a pair of modern Chinese closionne vases; a Chinese famille rose tea pot and cover with later brass handle; and a famille rose tea pot and cover, lacking handle sitting on a Chinese famille rose tea pot stand . (a lot) €80 - 120

694 A 19TH CENTURY NAPLES RELIEF MOULDED PORCELAIN CHOCOLATE CUP, COVER AND STAND, the domed cover surmounted with a cherub above a relief moulded body with classical figures and two coral handles on a conforming stand with garlands of flowers and cherubs in relief, crown under glaze blue mark.(3) €80 - 150

695 A GOOD SET OF FOUR CHAMBERLAINS WORCESTER PLATES, each decorated in the Imari style with all over floral pattern, 10 inches (25cm) together with three similar ironstone plates. (7) €80 - 120

696 A SET OF FOUR LATE 18TH CENTURY CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PLATES each centred with a hen and cockerel by garden fence with colourful flowers, 9 inches (23cm). €180 - 220

697 700 A PAIR OF ROCOCO STYLE GILT AND GESSO WALL BRACKETS, late 19th century each with a bead moulded serpentine edge supported by a cartouche with hanging floral swag, 11.5” (30cm) x 10” (26cm); together with a small composition bracket with cherubs. (3) €100 - 200

701 A PAIR OF 3FT9” BRASS MOUNTED AND PAINTED TUBULAR BED STEADS, each with base. (2) €60 - 90

697 EDWARD LLOYD ELSMERE (1846-1891), The Warrior - Study of a Chestnut Horse in a Stable, with Cat, oil on canvas, signed, inscribed and dated 1866, 24.5” (62cm) x 29.5” (75cm). (1) €700 - 1100

698 A TIFFANY STYLE BRONZED TABLE LAMP, with coloured and metal glazed shade, 17” (43cm)h. (1) €120 - 180 699 W.E. GOODE (BRITISH, ACT. 1845-1866), Dark Bay Horse in a Loose Box, oil on canvas, signed lower left, 17.5” (44cm) x 23.25” (59cm). (1) €600 - 800



707 A VICTORIAN WALNUT FRAMED PRIE DIEU OR NURSING CHAIR, with red bead tapestry back and seat, and raised on front cabriole legs. (1) €100 - 200 708 A MODERN OAK ARTS AND CRAFTS ARMCHAIR, with cane back; together with another inlaid mahogany armchair, modern. (2) €20 - 30 709 A SET OF SIX MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, each with reeded top rail and conforming cross rail above an upholstered seat raised on front turned legs. (6) €80 - 120

702 702 A LARGE GERMAN PORCELAIN CANDELABRUM, profusely encrusted with flowers, the top with three arms and a central light, the stem modelled with a standing lady on flower encrusted base, 21.5” (55cm). (1) €200 - 300 703 A 20TH CENTURY RECTANGULAR MAHOGANY WINDOW STOOL, in the Adams style, with upholstered seat, above a reeded frieze, raised on four square tapering panelled legs, each headed with a rosette, and united by a shaped stretcher, 39” (99cm). (1) €200 - 300 704 A 19TH CENTURY EBONISED AND RED BOULLE CENTRE TABLE, with ornate brass mounts, the brass inlaid and tortoise shell top, inside an ornate serpentine brass border, above a conforming frieze with one central drawer, and raised on cabriole legs, each headed with an ornate brass caryatid, 58” (148cm)w x 36” (91cm)d. (1) €400 - 700 705 AN ATTRACTIVE WILLIAM IV PERIOD ROSEWOOD LIBRARY ARMCHAIR, with padded back and arm panels, flanking a cushion seat, the C-scroll arm fronts with carved rosettes, raised on baluster turned legs, with brass casters. (1) €600 - 1000 706 A 20TH CENTURY MAHOGANY LADIES WORK TABLE, with square top, and a hinged wool compartment to either side, flanking three drawers, one fitted, raised on four turned and tapering reeded legs, 28.5” (72cm). (1) €80 - 150 56

710 A BRASS PEACOCK FIRE SCREEN, modern; together with a five piece brass fire tidy; and a composition gilt table lamp. (3) €30 - 50 711 A NEST OF THREE RECTANGULAR BIRDS EYE WALNUT OCCASIONAL TABLES, each rectangular top with a carved edge and raised on leaf capped cabriole legs with pad feet, 12” (54cm)w. (1) €100 - 200 712 A GEORGE II STYLE GILT PIER MIRROR, O.R.M., with swan neck pediment and shell crest, 37” (94cm)h x 18” (46cm)w. (1) €40 - 60 713 A PAIR OF CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE VASES, each with two temple lion handles, and four dragons in relief, decorated with flowers, birds and figures on a balcony, 10” (26cm)h; together with another similar vase, with similar decoration. (3) €100 - 150 714 A FINE PAIR OF WEDGWOOD BLUE JASPERWARE JARDINIERES, each with three relief portraits, within conforming frames, 7” (18cm)h x 8” (20cm)d; together with a pair of blue Wedgwood Jasper wear candle sticks; and a small Wedgwood trinket tray. (5) €150 - 250 715 A SET OF THREE MASON’S IRONSTONE PLATES, early 19th century, 9.5” (24cm); three matching pudding or soup bowls; a pair of matching sauce tureens; and two Mason ironstone jugs. (10) €50 - 70

716 AFTER D. ALONZO (O.R.M.) an Art Deco style bronze figure of a woman dancing with a hoop, 19” (48cm)h. (1) €350 - 600 717 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS BRASS ORNAMENTS, mainly birds and dogs; a small brass nutcracker; a brass iron stand; a brass jar and cover; a brass bowl and cover; a heavy brass address stamper; a pair of African ebony book ends with figural busts; a composition corbel bracket; and a small copper bucket. (a lot) €15 - 20 718 A SMALL GOTHIC STYLE MAHOGANY DISPLAY CABINET, with two arched and glazed doors on square tapering legs with block feet, 36” (92). €80 - 120 719 AN EDWARDIAN OAK DESK STAND, with glass ink bottles; together with a small brass mounted revolving oak table top book case; and a three tier Indian brass inlaid folding cake stand. (3) €70 - 90 720 A PAIR OF SILVER TRUMPET-SHAPED VASES, Birmingham c. 1920, 6.5” (16.5cm), as is; a rectangular machine turned silver cigarette box, 5.5” (14cm); and two silver napkin rings. (5) €80 - 120 721 A MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTION OF SILVER PLATEWARE, comprising: a Reed & Barton nut dish; a small plated toast rack; two Christening cups; a three piece condiment set; a small Jersey can creamer; and other miscellaneous plate. (a lot) €40 - 60 722 A SET OF THREE BRASS FIRE IRONS, and a fender, 53” (135cm). (1) €60 - 90 723 A 19th CENTURY MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD, with three quarter gallery above one mock and two frieze drawers, with two cupboards below raised on spiral reeded ring turned legs, 68” (173cm). (1) €150 - 250 724 A RECTANGULAR SERPENTINE SHAPED MAHOGANY OCCASIONAL TABLE, with leaf carved cabriole legs and ball and claw feet; together with an Oriental hardwood jardinière table with circular top and circular base. (1) €80 - 150

725 SIMON ANDREWS (B. 1968), Abstract Moonlit Winter Landscape, O.O.C., signed verso, 48” (122cm)h x 60” (152cm)w. (1) €120 - 160

735 A SMALL TRI-POD OCCASIONAL TABLE, O.R.M., with circular top; together with a modern beech torchere. (2) €20 - 30

726 A PAIR OF CARVED WOODEN TABLE LAMPS, each on circular tri-form base, with turned legs, and ivory shades, 27” (69cm). (2) €80 - 120

736 A RECTANGULAR CROSS-BANDED AND BRASS-BOUND MAHOGANY BOX, 19th century, raised on later cabriole legs, adapted, 18” (46cm). (1) €70 - 90

727 AN UNUSUAL BRASS-BOUND OAK BARREL, with two brass handles, the centre carved cupboard door depicting two monks in a cellar, the interior lined in green Baise and raised on rolling wheels, 22” (56cm). (1) €80 - 120 728 AN INLAID MAHOGANY BREAKFRONT SIDE TABLE, with frieze drawer, on square tapering spade legs, 35” (89cm); together with a walnut dressing table, with an arrangement of four drawers, 42” (107cm). (2) €40 - 60 729 A CORNER WICKER LINEN BASKET, with glass top; together with a brass bound wooden peat or coal bucket, applied with cover and lion mask and ring handles, 14” (35cm). (2) €50 - 70 730 A REGENCY PERIOD THREE-TIER MAHOGANY CIRCULAR DUMBWAITER, on tri pod base. (1) €80 - 150 731 A LATE VICTORIAN FIVE-TIER SERPENTINE FRONTED WALNUT CORNER WHATNOT, with graduating shelves and pierced supports, raised on scroll legs, 59” (150cm)h x 28”(71cm) w. (1) €150 - 250 732 A WOODEN TELESCOPIC SIGNPOST STANDARD LAMP, with hanging lantern, on cruciform base; together with a wrought iron Menorah style seven-light standard candelabrum. (2) €70 - 90 733 A VICTORIAN WALNUT DROP-LEAF SUTHERLAND TABLE with demi-lune flaps and spiral fluted legs, 32” (82cm). (1) €80 - 100 734 AN EDWARDIAN LIFT-TOP PIANO STOOL; a rectangular occasional table; a drop leaf tea trolley; and a modern pair of armchairs. (5) €30 - 50

737 A FIVE BRANCH BRASS AND GLASS TABLE LAMP, 25”” (64cm); together with another brass lamp with cream shade. (2) €80 - 150 738 AN INLAID MAHOGANY DROP-LEAF GATE-LEG TABLE, with rectangular flaps, 36” (92cm)w. (1) €80 - 120 739 A GILT FRAMED MIRROR, with bevelled plate, 26” (68cm)h x 21.5” (54cm); together with a brass jardiniere stand; a brass mounted copper coal bucket; a brass cheval fire screen with mirror plate; and a wrought iron standard lamp, with brass hanging lantern. (5) €80 - 120 740 A MODERN OVAL MAHOGANY DRINKS STAND, with cupboard door, and all around glazed frieze panels, raised on shaped legs, 29” (74cm). (1) €80 - 100 741 AN EDWARDIAN OVAL SATINWOOD OCCASIONAL TABLE, the crossbanded top decorated in a Neoclassical style, with two cherubs within an oval, issuing floral swags, and baskets of fruit, all tied with ribbon bows, and a similar decorated frieze, on four square tapering spade legs, each headed with an oval female portrait, 29” (74cm)h x 34” (86cm)w. (1) €350 - 550 742 A SUITE OF FOUR HEAVY TUBULAR BRASS OCCASIONAL TABLES, modern, each with marble top, comprising one large rectangular table, 45” (114cm)h x 30” (76cm)w; and three smaller square ditto, 28” (71cm)sq. (3) €250 - 350 743 A 19TH CENTURY LIFT-TOP CAMPHORWOOD CHEST, the moulded top opening to reveal a vacant interior, with one hinged compartment, and brass strapwork hinges, applied with two rope handles, 40” (102cm)w. (1) €100 - 200

744 DON QUIXOTE, The Life and Exploits Translated from the Original Spanish of Miguel De Cervanles Saavedra by Charles Tarvas Esc. London printed for William Miller 1810, quarter calf 4to, 4 Vols; together with 2 vols of The Irish Dragoon by Harry Lorrequer with illustrations by Phiz, Dublin printed, William Curry Jun & Company 1841; and The Confessions of Harry Lorreguer, also printed by William Curry Jun and Company 1839; The Works of Oliver Goldsmith Edinburgh, William P. Nimmo 1867; The Jaunte and Jollities, by R.S.Surtees and many other books. (a lot) €100 - 150 745 A REGENCY PERIOD MAHOGANY AND EBONY STRUNG CHEST, with three long and three short drawers raised on splayed bracket feet, 44” (112cm) high x 35.5” (116cm) wide. (1) €200 - 300 746 A VERY UNUSUAL RUSTIC CAST BRONZE GARDEN BENCH, with concave plank style back above a conforming seat, on rustic legs and stretchers, 62” (158cm)w. (1) €1400 - 1600 747 A PAIR OF CANDELABRA TYPE THREEBRANCH SINGLE LIGHT TABLE LAMPS, each with tapering fluted column, 38in (97cm). (2) €60 - 90 748 AN EDWARDIAN WALNUT CHIFFIONIER TOP, with two mirror plates and a pair of glazed doors, 50” (127cm)w; together with a George III arch back dining room armchair, with pierced splat, raised on front square tapering shortened legs. (2) €70 - 90 749 A BOW-FRONTED MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD, 20th century, with drop centre and frieze drawer, over a vacant compartment, flanked to either sie with two cupboard doors, 66” (168cm). (1) €70 - 90 750 A GEORGE III PERIOD MAHOGANY CHEST, with an unusual arrangement of drawers, the top with five small drawers and four long drawers below, raised on bracket feet, as is, 56.5” (144cm)h x 41” (105cm)w. (1) €80 - 150 751 A LATE 19TH CENTURY WALNUT VIENNA WALL CLOCK, the arched top with urn finials above a circular enamel two-stage dial, with Roman numerals, inside a glazed door showing two brass weights and pendulum, flanked to each side with fluted pilasters, 50” (127cm) x 19” (48cm). (1) €250 - 350 57


752 BARRIE COOKE (1931-2014), Study for Stripes, O.O.C., signed lower right, inscribed verso, on Ritchie Hendricks Gallery St. Stephens Green Dublin label verso, dated May 1965, 17.75” (45cm)h x 13.75” (35cm.(1) €700 - 1100


753 A SET OF FOUR 19TH CENTURY CHINESE PAINTINGS ON RICE PAPER, depicting court scenes with numerous figures, 7” (18cm) x 12” (30cm); together with a pair of smaller ditto depicting figures in junks, 4.75” (12cm) x 6.25” (16cm). (6) €80 - 120 754 AN EARLY CHINESE STONEWARE RED TREACLE ONION VASE, 13.5” (34cm). (1) €250 - 350



755 AFTER PIERRE-JULES MENE (1910-1879), Hounds Attacking Stag, a large bronze group, signed lower right, 12” (31cm) x 18” (46cm). (1) €500 - 800 756 A JAPANESE SATSUMA BAG VASE, the flaring neck with a rope moulded relief collar, with a tied knot, the reeded body decorated on dark green ground with Immortals and religious figures, 10” (26cm). (1) €100 - 150

757 19TH CENTURY ITALIAN SCHOOL, Italian Fishing Harbour with Numerous Figures, oil on canvas, indistinctly signed lower right and dated 1847, 21.5” (55cm) x 36” (91cm). (1) €1000 - 1500


758 EDGAR BUNDY (1862-1922), Cavaliers Toasting in an Interior, oil on canvas, 28” (71cm) x 22” (56cm). (1) €3000 - 5000


759 A GEORGE IV PERIOD INLAID AND ROSEWOOD-BANDED MAHOGANY SIDE CABINET, the oblong top with rope moulded edge and brass inlaid frieze, above two glazed doors, each with pleated curtain, flanked to either side with spiral reeded columns, on spiral reeded legs, 35” (89cm)h x 49” (124cm). (1) €600 - 900



760 TOM CULLEN (1932-2001), Brazen Head Hotel, oil on canvas, 13” (33cm) x 9.25” (24cm). (1) €300 - 500

761 A LARGE MAHOGANY PEDESTAL WRITING DESK, with rectangular moulded top, over three frieze drawer raised on two pedestals, each with three drawers, 5ft” (152cm)w x 42” (108cm)d. (1) €350 - 450

762 LADY BEATRICE GLENAVY, R.H.A. (1883-1970), Mermaid, O.O.C., signed with monogram lower right, inscribed verso with the name, address and the original price, 13.5” (34cm)h x 16.5” (42cm). (1) Provenance: Possibly at the IELA 1947, catalogue no. 42 as Mermaid and Rose, or at the RHA Dublin 1954, catalogue no. 63. This painting represents the artists own sculpture, exhibited at the IELA in 1947. €2500 - 3500



763 763 ROLAND BYRNE (20TH/21ST CENTURY), Cottages at Inishbofen, watercolour, signed lower right, inscribed verso, dated 1999, 11” (29cm) x 19” (49cm). (1) €80 - 150 764 TWO SIMILAR JAPANESE IMARI DISHES, each decorated in typical palette with lobed sides, 12” (30cm). (1) €80 - 120 765 A CONTINENTAL MARQUETRY INLAID AND BRASS-MOUNTED DRESSING TABLE, the pull up top opening to reveal a mirror, two pull out side compartments, and a cupboard door to one side, the sides profusely inlaid with colourful flowers, raised on three cabriole legs, 32”(82cm)w x 23” (59cm)d. (1) €250 - 350

768 766 AN ATTRACTIVE INLAID AND EBONIZED FRENCH PORTICO MANTEL CLOCK, the circular enamel dial with Roman numerals, and an outside count wheel, striking on a steel bell, the movement stamped Japy, supporting an ornate brass pendulum and flanked to either side with ebonised columns and brass capital’s, 17” (43cm)h x 8.5” (22cm)w. (1) €240 - 270 767 A LATE VICTORIAN EBONISED AND BIRDS EYE MAPLE BANDED MUSIC CABINET, with arched and glazed door, and a slotted interior, flanked with parcel gilt and ebonised columns, on a plinth base with projecting corners, 41” (105cm)h x 26” (66cm)w. (1) €100 - 200

768 CASMIR DUNIN MARKIEVICZ, COUNT MARKIEVICZ (1874-1932), Panoramic Landscape with Thatched Cottage in Foreground, O.O.C., 12” (30cm)h x 17” (43cm). (1) Provenance: Gore-Booth Family, Lissadell House, Co. Sligo. €400 - 600 769 CONSTANCE GEORGINA GORE-BOOTH COUNTESS MARKIEVICZ (1868-1927), Knocknarea Sligo, O.O.C., signed with initials C.G.B., lower right, 12.5” (32cm)h x 21” (53cm) w. (1) Provenance: Gore-Booth Family, Lissadell House, Co. Sligo. €800 - 1500





772 TAXIDERMY: AN ELEPHANT FOOT STOOL, converted to a stool c.1910, the circular top with a hinged compartment, 17.5” (45cm). (1) Note: This pre-1947 worked specimen does not require a CITES certificate for commercial activity within the E.U. Prospective non-EU purchasers should refer to the relevant national authority for guidance, to ensure that all relevant regulations are complied with. €300 - 500


770 ATTRIBUTED TO JOHN BUTLER YEATS R.H.A. (1839-1922), Casmir Dunin Markievicz, Count Markievicz, a portrait, half length, O.O.C., 35.5” (90cm)h x 27.5” (70cm)w. (1) €1000 - 1500 771 TAXIDERMY: AN ELEPHANT FOOT POST BOX, converted to a post box c.1910, 17.25” (44cm) high. (1) Note: This pre-1947 worked specimen does not require a CITES certificate for commercial activity within the E.U. Prospective non-EU purchasers should refer to the relevant national authority for guidance, to ensure that all relevant regulations are complied with. €250 - 400

773 TAXIDERMY: AN ELEPHANT FOOT STOOL, converted to a stool c.1910, 16” (41cm) wide. (1) Note: This pre-1947 worked specimen does not require a CITES certificate for commercial activity within the E.U. Prospective non-EU purchasers should refer to the relevant national authority for guidance, to ensure that all relevant regulations are complied with. €300 - 500 774 AFTER DONATELLO, David, bronze figure, 16.5 (42cm) high. (1) €250 - 350 775 BERNARD WACLAW SZCZEBLEWSKI (ACT. 1875-1900), Mousse Siffleur, a bronze figure modelled as a young boy with hands in pockets wearing a cap and whistling, with foundry marks, signed and dated 1889, on circular base, 16” (42cm) high. (1) €300 - 500

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776 R. STONE, Fishing Boats at a Harbour in Choppy Waters, oil on canvas, 28” (74cm) x 49” (125cm), signed lower right. (1) €1500 - 2000 777 GERARD SUTCLIFFE (19TH CENTURY), Fishing Boats at Sunset, oil on canvas, together with its companion - a similar subject, 19.5” (50cm) x 29.5” (75cm). (2) €400 - 600


778 A 19TH CENTURY FRENCH BRASS-MOUNTED BREAKFRONT KINGWOOD SIDE CUPBOARD, with marble inset top, above a centre inlaid and crossbanded door, with ornate brass mounts and conforming side panels, raised on a breakfront plinth, on vase shaped brass mounted top, 47” (107cm)h x 47” (109cm)w. (1) €800 - 1500

779 A LATE 19TH OR EARLY 20TH CENTURY BRASS STANDARD OIL LAMP, now converted for electricity, the reeded column with a centre circular onyx table top, raised on a half-reeded circular moulded base, with C-scroll legs, 71” (180cm) including shade. (1) €300 - 500 780 - see pages 64 & 65 781 A CHINESE CHERRYWOOD JARDINIERE OR BOWL STAND, the circular bead moulded top with rouge and white marble inset, above a carved hipped section with scrolling flowers and leave raised on four pierced and carved cabriole legs, 18.5” (47cm) x 18” (46cm). (1) €250 - 350 782 A FRENCH PORCELAIN AND BRASS-MOUNTED OIL LAMP, converted for electricity, the baluster vase shaped body profusely decorated with flowers and a classical scene, raised on a shaped stem and square brass base, with concave corners, 22” (56cm). (1) €350 - 450 783 A CHINESE CARVED CHERRYWOOD BOWL OR JARDINIERE STAND, the top with a marble inset above four leaf carved cabriole legs, united by a pierced stretcher shelf, 18.5” (47cm) high, 11” (28cm) diameter. (1) €100 - 200 784 AN OAK HALL GONG, with brass drum and striker and oak panel, 23” (59cm). (1) €70 - 120

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785 SYDNEY LAWRENCE (19TH CENTURY), Italian Lakeside Villa with Figures on a Balcony, and its companion, Italian Lakeside Village with Figures, watercolour, each signed lower right, 18.25” (47cm) x 38” (97cm). (2) €700 - 1100 63

780 SEÁN KEATING PPRHA, HRA, HRSA (1889-1977) Portrait of an Aran Woman and her Children (1946)?, oil on canvas, signed lower right and verso, 49” (125cm) x 58” (148cm). (1) Note: At first glance this painting by Seán Keating illustrates a colourfully clad Aran woman with two children at her side. With a cat in arms, the group are seated in front of a row of thatched cottages of the type seen in the west of Ireland. The middle boy wears a cap and an Aran style jacket, while the other is lost in his own reverie. Colourful, yet peaceful, this is no ordinary Aran scene. Keating began the painting in 1944 in his studio at his home in Rathfarnham. The models are his wife, May (née Walshe) (1895-1965), and the couple’s two sons, Justin (1930-2009) in the centre, and Michael (1927-2001), who all sat for him at various intervals throughout 1944. The cat, whose name is now lost to time, was a family pet. Keating’s plan was to exhibit the painting with the RHA, the Oireachtas, or with Victor Waddington that year. However, in spite of his good intentions, he put the canvas to one side and did not get back to complete it until 1946. Although his personal notes refer to the painting, tantalizingly, he does not mention the title that he gave the work. Knowing the artist’s penchant for the use metaphor in his work and his associated titles, it may be that he called it Síothcháin (peace, tranquillity), which is known to have been exhibited in the RHA in 1946. But the attribution of this title is not definitive, hence the more descriptive label above, which Keating would never have used. Made for exhibition and sale, rather than as a private celebration of his family, the painting was last seen in public during the 1940s. As an interesting aside; the Keating often re-used elements of paintings that he considered to be successful; the peaceful image of his wife, May, in this work is a case in point. Some years later he changed May’s demeanour to one of great sadness, and re-used the general composition in a painting titled Ulysses in Connemara. At this stage, however, he was not at all interested in portraying a happy, tranquil family unit for the delectation of his Aran-loving audience. Rather, Ulysses in Connemara and its pendant, Economic Pressure, or a Bold Peasant Being Destroyed, both shown in the RHA between 1949 and 1950, are allegorical critiques of the failure of successive governments to stem the flow of emigration. For her part, May was a highly politicized left-wing feminist activist throughout her life. Although she frequently agreed to appear as a model in his work, at her own request, she does not appear as such in Keating’s portrayals of her. Rather, she sits in this example, eyes closed, as if in contemplation. Their eldest son, Michael, pictured in a youthful day dream, was to become a highly respected civil and mechanical engineer, while Justin, also deep in thought, qualified as a vet, and went on to become a politician of note. Dr Éimear O’Connor HRHA, October, 2016 Further information on the artist, and a chapter on the life and work of May Keating, can be found in Éimear O’Connor, Seán Keating: Art, Politics and Building the Irish Nation (Kildare: Irish Academic Press, 2013). €40,000 - 50,000





786 JOOP SMITS (1938-2014), Foxgloves by a River, oil on panel, signed lower left, 6.75” (17cm) x 9” (23cm). (1) €100 - 200 787 A 19TH CENTURY INLAID MAHOGANY BRACKET CLOCK, with double fusee movement, striking on a steel bell, engraved back plate and circular enamel dial with Roman numerals, signed Wood Sherwood Street, Golden Square, under an arched top with brass swing handle, 14.5” (37cm). (1) €700 - 800


788 A FRENCH KINGWOOD AND BRASS-MOUNTED SECRETAIRE ABATTANT, of serpentine form, with rouge marble top, above three mock drawers, falling forward and enclosing a maple veneered fitted interior, with two drawers, a shelf, a writing surface and four conforming long drawers below, 50.25” (128cm) h x 25” (64cm). (1) €900 - 1000 789 AN 18TH CENTURY OAK DRESSER BASE, the oblong moulded top above four double panel frieze drawers, raised on turned supports with stretchers, 33” (84cm) high, 19” (49cm) deep, 92.5” (235cm) wide. (1) €800 - 1200 790 A 19TH CENTURY CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE JAR AND COVER, of bulbous form, decorated with numerous figures in parade, and other figures in interiors, 8.5” (22cm). (1) €180 - 320




791 ARTHUR KARL MADDERSON (B.1942). A Grey Day, Tallow Horse Fair, O.O.P., signed and inscribed verso, also signed lower left, 31” (79cm)h x 46.5” (118cm). (1) €3000 - 4000

792 ARTHUR KARL MADERSON (B.1942), Late Evening Lismore River Pool, O.O.P, signed and inscribed verso, also signed lower right, 47” (120cm)h x 45” (114cm)w. (1) €4000 - 6000




793 A FINE MID-18TH CENTURY IRISH SIDE TABLE, the rectangular moulded top with front rounded corners, above a plain frieze, the front apron with a centre carved shell, issuing gadroon S-scrolls, each terminating in carved rosettes, flanked with conforming side skirts, and raised on front leaf carved scroll cabriole legs, each terminating in hairy lion paw feet, 31” (79cm)h x 59” (150cm)w x 27” (69cm)d. (1) €10000 - 15000 794 A FRENCH LATE 19TH CENTURY OR EARLY 20TH CENTURY GILT METAL AND ONYX MANTEL CLOCK, with circular enamel dial with Roman numerals, flanked to one side with a figure holding a rake, on an ornate base, with floral swags, standing on a serpentine fronted gilt stand, 15” (38cm)h x 15” (38cm)w. (1) €300 - 500

797 LATE 18TH CENTURY OR EARLY 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, Oval Portrait of Cromwellian Soldier, half length depicted wearing part armour suit and its companion, another soldier in similar armour, a pair, each 7.5” (19cm)h x 6.5” (17cm). (2) €700 - 1100 798 A 19TH CENTURY EBONIZED AND RED BOULLE BUREAU ABBATANT, the top with a three quarter pierced brass gallery, above three mock drawers, falling forward to reveal a writing surface and a satinwood lined fitted interior, and three lower long drawers, raised on front cabriole legs, with ornate brass mounts, 53” (135cm)h x 27” (69cm). (1) €800 - 1200

795 18TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, Portrait of a Young Gentleman, Wearing a Ruff Collar, oil on canvas, 18.75” (48cm) x 15.25” (39cm). (1) €200 - 300

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796 A 19TH CENTURY JAPANESE IMARI VASE AND COVER, of baluster form, decorated in typical palette with flowers and birds, against iron red and white, 16.5” (42cm)h. (1) €180 - 280

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799 AN 18TH CENTURY IRISH CARVED GILT AND CRESTED WALL MIRROR, the top carved with a basket of flowers, above a crest depicting a rampant Pegasus, with five stars to his neck, within a shield shaped cartouche, and flanked to either side with a ho ho bird, the pierced and moulded frame with hanging floral swags, and the base with C scrolls and an open cartouche, 62” (158cm)h x 38” (97cm)w. (1) €13,500 - 16,500


800 PAUL HENRY RHA (1876-1958) A Mountain Landscape, 1938-45, oil on board, signed ‘PAUL HENRY’ b.r., 12.5” x 15.5 cm. (1) Note: When Henry first went to the West of Ireland, to Achill Island, in 1910 it was the way of life of the people he found there which initially caught his attention and formed the subject matter of his art for some time. Later, from around 1915, the landscape henceforth dominated his art and from it he made an art form as John Synge had done from Aran-for Henry, Synge, whom he had met briefly in Paris, ‘touched some chord which resounded as no other music had ever done’, he later wrote in his autobiography (‘An Irish Portrait’, Batsford, London, 1951, p.48). This scene may represent County Donegal, one is tempted to call it ‘The Blue Mountains, Co. Donegal’, of 1929-34, although that title is well-known in his work, similar to where the artist stayed with his elder brother, Bob, at McFadden’s Hotel, in 1929-33. But, given its date, it is more likely to be set in the West of Ireland. It may have been made from drawings done earlier, which was common practice with Henry by this time. For Henry, fairly heavy impasto has been used throughout, notably in the sky which, with its cull-nimbus clouds are the glory of the piece. The mountains, as so often with Henry, provide a halt to the eye’s recession. While the mountains have less impasto generally the light, which comes from the right hand side, is gently picked out in lighter paint. But the foreground and the turf stacks with their heavy impasto, are characteristic of Henry’s work, as are the turf cuttings which are in shade to the right. ‘A Mountain Landscape’ is numbered 1312 in S. B. Kennedy’s ongoing cataloguing of Henry’s oeuvre. Dr S.B. Kennedy, November 2016 €20,000 - 30,000


801 AN UNUSUAL LEATHER STOOL, in the form of a Rhinoceros. (1) €340 - 420 802 A SET OF SIX INLAID GEORGE IV PERIOD MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, each with an oblong top rail and shaped cross rail, above a padded seat, on turned baluster front legs. (6) €350 - 500 803 A VICTORIAN WALNUT DAVENPORT, with slope top and serpentine front, on a pedestal with drawers and bun feet, 21” (54cm). (1) €100 - 150 804 AN EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY CORNER UNIT, with frieze drawer, and two concave open shelves, raised on square tapering legs, 31” (79cm). (1) €70 - 90 805 A SWING FRAME MAHOGANY DRESSING TABLE MIRROR, with frieze drawer, 16” (41cm); together with an oak two tier occasional table, with square top and reeded legs, 15” (39cm); a small rectangular occasional table; and a bedside pedestal. (4) €20 - 30 806 A NEST OF THREE SERPENTINE FRONTED INLAID MAHOGANY OCCASIONAL TABLES, the widest 20.5” (52cm); together with a small oak drop leaf table. (2) €80 - 120 807 A MODERN MAHOGANY BREAKFRONT SECRETAIRE BOOKCASE, in the George III style, with dentil moulded cornice above four astragal glazed doors, three drawers and four cupboard doors below, raised on a plinth, 75” (190cm)w. (1) €250 - 350 808 A CIRCULAR INDIAN BRASS TOP TABLE, on square fluted legs, 24” (61cm), and another smaller similar ditto, 15” (38cm). (2) €30 - 50 809 A POLISHED LIMESTONE MANTEL CLOCK, stamped Elkington & Co. Dublin, with outside count wheel and two stage enamel dial, with Roman numerals, 13” (33cm)h x 12” (30cm) w. (1) €80 - 150

810 A THREE-TIER REGENCY STYLE MAHOGANY Étagère, the inlaid and cross banded top with curved ends, and brass urn finials on turned supports and shaped legs. (1) €250 - 320 811 A VERY UNUSUAL BAR STOOL, in the form of an exercise stool, with two pedals, spokes and chain, 29” (74cm). (1) €300 - 350 812 A LARGE SILVER PLATED FOOD WARMER, with cover and two wooden handles, raised on four cabriole legs; together with a large brass mounted copper planter with lion paw feet. (2) €70 - 90 813 A SMALL INLAID MAHOGANY YACHT TABLE, early 20th century, with rectangular flaps and slatted ends, 24” (61cm). (1) €100 - 150 814 A VICTORIAN WALNUT DRESSING TABLE, with swing frame mirror and two small drawers, above another frieze drawer, raised on cabriole supports, paw feet and a concave platform, 35” (89cm). (1) €100 - 200 815 A PAIR OF LATE VICTORIAN MAHOGANY SHIELD-BACK CRESTED HALL CHAIRS, each with an arched top above a solid seat and raised on front and turned legs. (2) €80 - 120 816 A MAHOGANY EGG COLLECTORS CABINET, with glazed door, enclosing six drawers, each with various labelled birds eggs, 18” (46cm)h x 15” (38cm)w. (1) €250 - 350 817 A MARQUETRY INLAID AND SATINWOOD BEDSIDE CUPBOARD OR COMMODE, early 20th century, with marble top and frieze drawer above a cupboard door, raised on four turned legs, as is, 18.5” (47cm) wide, 15.5” (39cm) deep. (1) €60 - 90 818 AN ORNATE HEAVY FRENCH CAST BRASS ADJUSTABLE FENDER, with two large urns, each with rams masks, and two smaller similar urns, above lion mask and ring mounts, and a balustrade band, 20” (51cm) h x 53” (135cm)w approx. (1) €250 - 350

819 A HEAVY SILVER PLATED SANCTUARY LAMP, with embossed decoration. (1) €80 - 150 820 A TAPESTERY WALL HANGING OR SUZANI, on a black ground decorated with birds, leaves and flowers, and three geometric medallions, in shades of yellow, pink, green, blue, red, etc, surrounded by a wavey amber border, 90” (229cm) x 25” (64cm); together with a burnt orange ground runner, with geometric patterns throughout, 103.5” (263cm) x 48” (122cm). (2) €100 - 150 821 A BRASS MOUNTED COPPER COAL HELMET, together with a brass fire tidy, containing a brush and poker; together with a modern turned wooden table lamp. (3) €30 - 50 822 AN EDWARDIAN WALNUT DRESSING TABLE, with swing frame mirror, above an arrangement of six drawers, 46” (117cm)w. (1) €70 - 90 823 A THREE PIECE FRENCH PINK PORCELAIN AND GILT METAL MANTEL CLOCK GARNITURE, 20th century, comprising a vase shaped porcelain clock case, with domed top and brass finial applied with two pierced leaf cast gilt metal handles, and a circular dial with Arabic numerals, raised on a leaf cast gilt metal base, 25in (65cm)h x 13in (33cm)w; together with a pair of matching four branch, five light candelabra, 24.5in (63cm)h. (3) €80 - 150 824 AN OAK ROLL-TOP PEDESTAL WRITING DESK, the interior fitted with drawers and pigeon holes, raised on two pedestals, each with an arrangement of drawers, on a slide, 49” (124cm). (1) €150 - 200 825 EARLY 20TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, River Landscapes, a pair, O.O.C., one indistinctly signed, 11.5” (30cm)h x 24” (61cm); together with a small needlework picture. (3) €50 - 80 826 A MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTION OF QUALITY TABLE LINEN, including large table cloths, napkins, place mats, etc. (two box lots) €80 - 100


827 A HEAVY BRONZE EQUESTRIAN GROUP, modelled as a horse with French huntsman up, on black limestone base, 24.5” (62cm)h. (1) €500 - 550 828 AFTER FERDINAND PREISS, O.R.M., bronze and faux ivory group, modelled as a female figure skater, 11.5” (29cm). (1) €250 - 300 829 A COAL-PAINTED BRONZE CARD STAND, modelled with two black and gold figures holding a large bowl, on rectangular base, 7.25” (27cm). (1) €240 - 260 830 A THREE-PIECE POLISHED BLACK LIMESTONE AND MARBLE INLAID FRENCH MANTEL CLOCK GARNITURE, late 19th century, by T. Marti of Paris, with outside count wheel, striking on a steel bell, the black dial with raised brass Roman numerals, in a circular drum flanked to either side with a scroll corbel, raised on a moulded plinth, inlaid with coloured marble panels, 11.5in (29cm)h x 21in (54cm)w; together with a pair of matching tazzas, 11.5in (29cm)h. (3) €100 - 200 831 AN IRISH GEORGE III STYLE MAHOGANY TWO-DOOR CUPBOARD, the rectangular top moulded with an egg and dart band above two cushion panel doors enclosing a shelf raised on a stand with four shell capped cabriole legs and ball and claw feet centred with a carved shell, 40” (102cm) high x 38”(97cm) wide. €200 - 300 832 A BRONZED RESIN GROUP, modelled as two greyhound heads, on rectangular stepped base, 20” (51cm). (1) €350 - 400 833 AN ATTRACTIVE LEADED AND COLOURED GLASS FAN LIGHT, in clear frame, 20” (51cm)h x 53” (135cm). (1) €70 - 90

836 A TRIPTYCH MAHOGANY DRESSING TABLE MIRROR, with three mirror panels and fold-out sides, above a fret cut panel, 40” (102cm) extended. (1) €60 - 90

842 A LARGE KELIM RUG, with three centre diamond shaped medallions, on red, navy and ivory ground, inside a conforming border, 9ft6 (290cm)h x 6ft4 (193cm). (1) €100 - 150

837 A SET OF THREE MODERN MAHOGANY OPEN BOOKCASES, each with moulded pilasters, flanking adjustable shelves and two cupboard doors below, raised on a moulded plinth, 8ft (244cm)h x 3ft3 (100cm). (1) €400 - 600

843 A KASHMIR STYLE COTTON RUG, with centre ivory medallions, on an all over floral pattern blue field, 5ft3 (163cm) x 4ft (122cm); together with another matching Persian style rug, slightly larger. (2) €100 - 150

838 A BLACK POLISHED LIMESTONE AND MARBLE INLAID FRENCH MANTEL CLOCK, with brass mounts, by Marti of Paris, the clock with a two handled urn surmounted above a circular and enamel dial with Roman and Arabic numerals, flanked to either side with two brass columns each with an urn finial, 18.5” (47cm)h x 16.5” (42cm)w; together with a pair of matching tazzas 9.5” (24cm)h. (3) €80 - 120

844 A NICE AFGHAN RUG, with fawn centre hexagonal medallion, on a red ground with dark spandrels, inside a three band border, 8ft8 (264cm) x 4ft8 (142cm). (1) €150 - 220 845 A BRONZE EQUESTRIAN GROUP, modelled with horse and rider jumping a fence, on rectangular limestone base, 13” (33cm). (1) €380 - 420

839 AN OLD PINE LIFT-TOP BLANKET CHEST, with moulded edge, raised on square legs with shaped spandrels, 44” (112cm)w. (1) €100 - 150

846 AN ART DECO STYLE BRONZE FIGURE, O.R.M., modelled as a dancer, on stepped marble base, 18” (46cm). (1) €350 - 600

840 AN EDWARDIAN CARVED WALNUT WARDROBE, with two mirror doors, and carved centre panels, raised on a base with two drawers, 75” (190cm). (1) €80 - 120

847 A HIDE-COVERED CHROME OFFICE CHAIR, with padded back and seat, on a quadruple base with tubular stem. (1) €640 - 660 848 AN ART DECO STYLE CHROMIUM PLATED SPRING-FRAME CLUB ARMCHAIR, with padded tan leather back and seat. (1) €840 - 860

841 A PAIR OF HEAVY EARLY VICTORIAN CAST IRON GARDEN URNS, each of campana form, each body relief moulded with classical figures, under an egg and dart folded rim, applied with two heavy mask handles, on a fluted stem with square base, 31” (79cm). (1) €2800 - 3500

834 A BRONZE STUDY OF A CHIMPANZEE, on a polished limestone base, 9.25” (24cm)h . (1) €180 - 220 835 A CIRCULAR VICTORIAN WALNUT STOOL, adapted, with front cabriole legs and tapestry seat, 21” (54cm); together with a North African brass inlaid occasional table, with octagonal top, 12” (30cm)h x 12.25” (31cm). (2) €20 - 30




849 A PAIR OF OVAL COLOURED ENGRAVINGS,19th Century, each depicting a young girl, in ornate gilt frame with shell crest. (2) €80 - 120 850 A CUALA PRESS HAND COLOURED PRINT, The Rose Tree, after a drawing by Harry Kernoff R.H.A., 6” (15cm)sq. (1) €40 - 60 851 A SET OF SIX HEPPLEWHITE STYLE MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, each with an arched back and pierced splat above a drop in seat, raised on front square reeded legs. (6) €300 - 500 852 A MAHOGANY PULL-OUT DINING TABLE, in the George IV style with three spare leaves, raised on half reeded fluted legs, 9ft (274cm)h x 51” (129cm)w approx. (1) €700 - 1100

853 AN 18TH CENTURY DUTCH MAHOGANY ARMOIRE, the divided and moulded pediment with a central urn finial, above a rosette issuing scrolling foliage, and two fielded panel doors enclosing shelf and drawers, on a base with three long drawers and projecting canted pilasters, 68” (173cm)w. (1) €2000 - 3000 854 AN EARLY PUB MIRROR, for Ind Coope Burton Ales, painted with the trademark, by Green and Knowles Birmingham, in oak and parcel gilt frame, 19” (49cm)h x 29” (74cm)w. (1) €500 - 600 855 A FINE REGENCY PERIOD SATINWOOD, MAHOGANY AND BRASS INLAID SOFA TABLE, with rosewood banding, the two D-shaped flaps, flanking two mock and two frieze drawers, raised on leaf carved lyre supports, united by a ring turned stretcher, and four splayed legs, terminating in brass casters, 28” (71cm)h x 62” (158cm)w 26” x (66cm)d ext. (1) €2000 - 3500


856 AN ATTRACTIVE VICTORIAN WALNUT OCCASIONAL CHAIR, the oval moulded back, with a padded panel and a serpentine fronted seat, on cabriole legs, and covered in attractive button peach fabric; together with a circular matching cushion. (2) €150 - 250 857 AN EDWARDIAN INLAID MAHOGANY AND BRASS-MOUNTED MANTEL CLOCK, with arched top, above a painted dial with Arabic numerals, flanked to either side with two brass columns, 12.5” (31cm)h x 8” (20cm). (1) €80 - 150



859 A FINE 19TH CENTURY BIRDS EYE MAPLE TABLE-TOP WRITING DESK, with brass mounts and brass inlay, the top cross banded in kingwood, with hinged stationary compartment and a pull out writing slope, with pen and ink compartments, 15” (38cm). (1) €650 - 750 860 A 17TH CENTURY STYLE CARVED OAK DRESSER BASE, with two carved frieze drawers, on bulbous turned supports and conforming stretchers, 54” (138cm). (1) €150 - 250

858 858 A FINE 19TH CENTURY CRESTED CALAMANDER WOOD VANITY CASE, brass bound with mother-of-pearl inlay, the rectangular hinged top with a central crest, depicting head of a unicorn, and the name A.L. Stewart, the top opening to reveal a fitted interior, with lift out tray and various jars and bottles, with silver plated mounts, a manicure set, a mirror, and a concealed fitted jewelry drawer with press release, 12” (31cm)w. (1) €600 - 800

861 AN UNUSUAL 17TH CENTURY STYLE CARVED OAK TEAPOY, the hinged and moulded top opening to reveal three metal canisters, above a front double panel, both carved with cartouche and foliage, on spiral reeded legs and stretcher, 29.5” (75cm) high, 17.25” (44cm) wide, 16.5” (42cm) deep. (1) €180 - 250 862 A 17TH CENTURY STYLE CARVED OAK FOLDOVER TEA TABLE, the top with canted corners, above a frieze drawer and conforming side panels, raised on turned support and rear gate leg support, united by conforming stretchers, 32” (81cm) wide. (1) €150 - 250

859 863 AN UNUSUAL BRASS INLAID CONTINENTAL EBONISED AND KINGWOOD HUMIDOR, with three racks, each with twelve compartments and a drawer, inside a fold back cover and serpentine shaped front, raised on bun feet, 11” (28cm). (1) €400 - 450 864 A HEAVY BRONZE INKSTAND, in the form of a wild boar head; together with a coal painted bronzed figure of a monkey dressed in a suit holding a pan in front, 12” (31cm). (2) €70 - 90 865 A BRONZED AND RED MOSAIC TIFFANY STYLE TABLE LAMP, the coloured and metal glass shade decorated with dragonflies, 22” (56cm). (1) €120 - 180 866 AN ATTRACTIVE INLAID EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY JARDINIERE STAND, the basket type latted top with copper liner, applied with hanging chains issuing from lion masks, raised on three sabre legs, united by a circular stretcher shelf, 35” (89cm) high. (1) €150 - 250 867 A GOOD WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE OR CONSOLE, with three quarter gallery, above a panelled frieze, above a central concave shelf, flanked to either side with leaf carved cabriole supports, each headed with a lion mask and terminating in paw feet, and raised on a plinth, 40” (102cm)h x 43” (109cm). (1) €700 - 1500 868 A MAHOGANY PEDESTAL WRITING DESK, the moulded top with canvas writing surface, above three frieze drawers, raised on two pedestals, with three drawers, and raised on a plinth, 52.5” (133cm)w. (1) €480 - 550



869 A CARVED HARDWOOD MODEL OF AN ELEPHANT, with trunk raised aloft, 25.5” (65cm) high, 33” (82cm) wide. (1) €200 - 300





870 – 873: see pages 76 & 77 874 18TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, Crowded Interior, depicting figures surrounding a man having his tooth extracted by candle light, O.O.C., 8.25” (21cm)h x 11.5” (29cm). (1) €300 - 500 875 JOOP SMITS (1938-2014), Kenmare Bay Light, oil on panel, 7” (18cm) x 9.5” (24cm). (1) €250 - 350


876 PAUL KELLY (B.1968), Loughshinny Harbour, oil on panel, signed lower right, inscribed verso, 9.5” (24cm) x 13” (34cm). (1) €300 - 400 877 ELLA KAVANAGH (B.1962) , The Old Milk Bottle, still life, oil on canvas board, signed lower right, 16” (41cm) x 13” (33cm). (1) €250 - 320

878 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, Portrait of a Gentleman Wearing a Black Jacket with Hand on Chest, O.O.B., 10” (25cm) x 8” (20cm), in carved giltwood Florentine frame. (1) €120 - 160 879 MARK O’NEILL (B.1963), Seated Nude by a Drape, oil on panel, signed lower right and dated 2001, 11.25” (29cm) x 8.25” (21cm). (1) €500 - 800

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870 A PORSCHE DIESEL 329 TRACTOR, Note: the 329 three-cylinder air cooled model were only in production from 1960-1963. This machine spent its working life on a large farm in the South of France. It was acquired by the present owner about ten years ago and was painstakingly restored. It comes with a mid mounted mowing bar. The three cylinder version was the highest quality model in the Porsche range, this made it more expensive to compete with its competitors, and so fewer were produced, which makes this a rare example, especially in such good condition. (1) €16,500 - 20,000


871 A PORSCHE 217 TWIN CYLINDER AIR COOLED DIESEL TRACTOR, serial no. 011, in excellent restored condition and in very good working order. (1) €13,500 - 15,000



872 AN EXTREMELY RARE FERGUSON BROWN INDUSTRIAL TRACTOR, TYPE A SERIAL NUMBER 883. Note: this tractor was built in Huddersfield and was part of a consignment sent to South African and Rhodesian air fields in the late 1930s. This particular example was believed to have been fitted with a generator run by a side mounted pulley and was used by the South African R.A.F., in the starting of Shackleton Air Planes and also as a tug. This tractor is unique because it is the only surviving model with a side mounted steering wheel and seat, as apposed to the central seated model. This tractor is in good working order and restored. â‚Ź16,500 - 20,000

873 A RARE FERGUSON BROWN TYPE A TRACTOR, SERIAL NUMBER 370 REGISTRATION NUMBER BZ5845, Note: this model is one of the early examples that included the Coventry Climax engines. It was purchased new by Mr. John Murphy of Taughblane Road, Hillsborough Co. Down, in early 1838 to replace two horses. It was in everyday use on his farm until 1952, when it was replaced by a newer Ferguson machine. This tractor is a unique piece of Irish history being the early model. It comes with its original log book from 1938, and a hand written letter from 1985 by the nephew of the late John Murphy, who was then the new owner of the farm. The letter states that in 1945 when the tractor was pulling a reaper, Mr. Harry Ferguson entered the field and asked permission to drive a few rounds. He did so to the satisfaction of all watching. It also includes some photographs of the machine at work through the years. The tractor is in excellent condition and recently had a complete engine overhaul. â‚Ź20,000 - 25,000


880 880 A PAIR OF VERY LARGE GREAT IRISH DEER OR ELK ANTLERS, (megaloceros giganteus) the reconstructed skull with two antlers spanning a width of almost 10ft (304cm) and a height of 4ft (122cm), nine points to the left and eight to the right, with composition restoration. Provenance: Mountainstown House Navan Co. Meath, The Pollock Family, found on the estate. €8000 - 12000 881 A 19TH CENTURY CIRCULAR CENTRE TABLE, the dish shaped top inlaid with various veneers, and depicting three Egyptian musicians, inside a conforming border, on a pyramid shaped base, with egg and dart moulded plinth, raised on three lion form feet, adapted, 33.5” (60cm)d. (1) €200 - 300

884 A 19TH CENTURY ANGLO INDIAN LADIES WORK BOX, with sectioned interior, the exterior profusely inlaid with bone, ivory and other veneers, and fitted with concealed drawer to the front, the top opening to reveal a fitted interior, with various ivory containers and implements, 17” (44cm). (1) €500 - 550

886 A WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY BREAKFAST TABLE, probably Irish, the rectangular moulded top, now with drop leaves, adapted, raised on a very ornate quadruple pod, with leaf capped scroll legs, and leaf capped feet terminals, 53” (135cm)l x 58” (147cm)w. (1) €450 - 550 887 A HEAVY TURNED AND SPIRAL REEDED STANDARD LAMP, on circular moulded base with shaped feet. (1) €80 - 100

885 A SET OF FIVE 19TH CENTURY INLAID MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, each with a curved top rail, and inlaid with an oval satinwood panel, above a stuff-over seat, raised on front square inlaid legs. (5) €250 - 350

888 A FINE EARLY PUB ADVERTISING MIRROR, for Ind Coope & Co. Ltd., Port & Ales, with trademark, in original frame, 20” (51cm)h x 30” (76cm)w. (1) €500 - 600

882 ALBENKA, Malaga, and its companion, Ronda, a pair of watercolours, each signed and inscribed, 19” (49cm) x 25” (64cm). (1) €80 - 150 883 A BOKHARA STYLE DARK RED GROUND RUG with five centre medallions on an ivory ground within a multi banded border 5ft 7” (152cm) x 3 ft( 91cm), and an oriental style cotton rug and one other modern rug. (3) €80 - 120

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889 AN IRISH CHIPPENDALE STYLE MAHOGANY TWO DOOR CUPBOARD ON STAND, the rectangular moulded top above two cupboard doors, each with chased brass lock plate and hinge plates, the base with two frieze drawers, above an apron carved with shelves, raised on leaf carved cabriole legs, with ball and claw feet, 41” (105cm)h x 45” (114cm)w. (1) €300 - 500 890 A GEORGE III PERIOD DEMILUNE SIDE TABLE, with inlaid and cross banded top, above a satinwood banded frieze, raised on three square tapering spade legs, 28.5” (72cm) high, 46” (117cm) wide, 22.25” (57cm). (1) €300 - 500 891 A FINE QUALITY IRISH CHIPPENDALE STYLE MAHOGANY STOOL, the rectangular padded top covered in green draylon, and raised on four shell capped cabriole legs, on ball and claw feet, 26” (66cm). (1) €750 - 850 892 A PAIR OF 18TH CENTURY PROVINCIAL OAK DINING CHAIRS, probably Irish, each with a pierced splat and solid seat, raised on square legs. (2) €100 - 150 893 AN EDWARDIAN INLAID WALNUT DAVENPORT, with hinged pen and stationary compartment, above a slope front, on a pedestal with four drawers, 21.5” (55cm)w. (1) €80 - 150 894 A LARGE OLD SHIPS STEERING WHEEL, with turned wooden spokes and cast iron centre, applied with a brass band, front and rear and with turned wooden handles, 53” (136cm). (1) €580 - 650 895 A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIRS, each with pierced centre splat upholstered in yellow fabric and raised on front cabriole legs; together with another similar pair. (4) €70 - 120 896 TWO VICTORIAN MAHOGANY CHAIRS, and a rosewood ditto. (3) €80 - 90 897 A GEORGE III THREE-TIER CIRCULAR DUMBWAITER, with graduating shelves, on pierced tripod base, with pad feet, 50.5” (129cm)h x 22.5” (57cm)d. (1) €150 - 250

898 A LARGE NORTH AFRICAN STONEWARE JAR AND COVER, late 19th century, of baluster form, with dome cover and knop finial, decorated with geometric patterns and flowers, in shades of dark blue, yellow, turquoise, and white, 24” (61cm) high. (1) €200 - 300 899 A 19TH CENTURY CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE VASE OR STICK STAND, of cylindrical form and flared neck, decorated with all-over prunus pattern and genre chattels, 23.5” (60cm). (1) €300 - 500 900 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY CHEST, with five long and two short drawers, raised on bun feet, 55.5” (141cm)h x 47” (120cm). (1) €200 - 300 901 A SEMI-ANTIQUE PERSIAN RUNNER, the dark blue field with various geometrical designs inside a wide red border with two bands, 12ft2” x 3ft10” (371cm x 117cm) (as is). €100 - 150 902 A LARGE MOROCCAN RED GROUND CARPET, with centre medallion, inside a double border, 13ft5 (409cm) x 9ft10 (300cm). (1) €400 - 600 903 A TWO-TIER ASYMMETRICAL AND FLORAL MARQUETRY INLAID ÉTAGÈRE, with pierced brass three-quarter gallery and brass mounts, raised on turned supports and legs, 17.5” (45cm)w. (1) €100 - 150 904 AN AFGAHAN RUG, the dark field with stylised rosettes and flower heads inside an ivory border with triangular medallions, 9ft8” x 5ft (295 cm x 153cm). €180 - 250 905 A VERY UNUSUAL VICTORIAN PARCEL GILT CAST IRON STICK AND UMBRELLA STAND, modelled with a terrier, on a shell type base, 24” (61cm). (1) €180 - 250 906 PRAYONG ZAETIA, River Markets, a pair, oil on canvas, both signed lower left, 11” (28cm) x 15” (38cm). (2) €60 - 120

907 A LATE 19TH CENTURY THREE-TIER ROSEWOOD WHATNOT, with rectangular shelves and turned supports, and a base drawer, on reeded bun feet, 37” (94cm)h x 22” (56cm)w. (1) €200 - 300 908 A GILT ROPE-MOULDED PIER MIRROR, O.R.M., with arch top and shell crest, 52” (132cm) x 17” (43cm). (1) €100 - 200 909 A GEORGE IV MAHOGANY WASH STAND, with three-quarter gallery, the lift off top opening to reveal a series of apertures, above one mock and one frieze drawer, and a pot cupboard below, flanked with spiral reeded pilasters, on conforming spiral reeded legs, 40” (102cm)h x 23” (59cm). (1) €150 - 250 910 A LARGE MAHOGANY LIBRARY BOOKCASE, George III and later, with dentil moulded divided pediment above two astragal glazed doors, on a base with two large paneled doors, on later bracket feet, 99” (252cm)h x 65” (165cm)w. (1) €300 - 400 911 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS PORCELAIN, GLASS, AND SILVER PLATEWARE, comprising an unusual small three-tier silver plated cake stand with cranberry glass dishes, 14.5” (37cm); assorted Herand porcelain ornaments; a Royal Crown Derby figure of a cat; various colourful cabinet dishes; etc. (a lot) €40 - 60 912 A PAIR OF ROYAL DOULTON TOBY JUGS, two smaller ditto; and one other stoneware Toby jug and cover; together with a pair of Staffordshire spaniel figures. (7) €50 - 80 913 A GOOD HARDY SLPIT CANE SALMON ROD inscribed “The Wye Palakona” in original Hardy Brothers canvas bag, three parts with spare tip. €100 - 150 914 A FINE THREE PART HARDY BROTHERS SPLIT CANE FLY ROD, gold medal, 134” (340cm), in original Hardy Brothers canvas case. €100 - 150 915 A THREE PART HARDY BROTHERS SPLIT CANE FLY ROD, with spare head in original Hardy Brothers canvas case. €100 - 150


916 A 19TH CENTURY CIRCULAR MAHOGANY LAZY SUSAN, with reeded dish top raised on a pumpkin shaped base. (1) €150 - 250

926 A PAIR OF MAHOGANY WINDOW STOOLS, each with rectangular padded seat, covered in iron red fabric, and raised on four sabre legs, 33” (84cm). (2) €200 - 300

932 A SLOPE-TOP BRASS FUEL BIN, 19” (49 cm); together with another domed top similar Art Nouveau ditto and a brass cheval fire screen. (3) €60 - 80

917 AN EDWARDIAN WALNUT ROCKING CHAIR, with padded seat and back. (1) €60 - 90

927 A HEAVY PIERCED CAST IRON HALL STAND, the arched top with cruciform finials, above an arrangement of seven hooks, with a double bow brass front, and stick and umbrella compartments, 7ft (210cm)h approx. (1) €850 - 1100

933 A LATE WILLIAM IV PERIOD GRAINED ROSEWOOD WINDOW STOOL, of rectangular form with padded top over a cane panel, raised on turned and reeded tapering legs each with small brass cup caster, 32” (81cm). €200 - 300

928 A RED PAINTED VANNER AND PRIEST EIGHT-DAY WALL CLOCK, Molliscorium, the clock works by Baird Clock Co. New York, 31” (79cm)h x 18.5” (47cm). (1) €850 - 900

934 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY DRESSING TABLE MIRROR, on bead turned supports, with arched plate, raised on a bow fronted plinth, on bun feet, 22” (56cm). (1) €70 - 90

918 AN INLAID MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE, the serpentine shaped top, with one long conforming drawer, raised on square inlaid legs, united by a shaped stretcher shelf, 43” (108cm). (1) €100 - 200 919 A MAHOGANY BEDSIDE PEDESTAL, with paneled door, on square tapering legs 18” (46cm)w. (1) €70 - 120 920 AN EARLY 17TH CENTURY STYLE OAK COFFER CHEST, of small proportions, with plank top and tapering body, raised on shaped front legs, 28” (71cm) wide. (1) €200 - 300 921 TWO OLD STONEWARE SPIRIT JARS, one for MJ Byrne of Wicklow, together with a quantity of other kitchen ornaments and jars, etc. (a lot) €20 - 30 922 A GEORGE III PERIOD MAHOGANY TRAY-TOP COMMODE, adapted, now with two drawers and two cupboard doors, on square legs, 30” (176cm)h x 22” (56cm)w. (1) €180 - 250

929 A TALL BRASS MOUNTED PEDESTAL OR JARDINIERE STAND, the top inset with a green marble panel, on a circular cylindrical base, with four brass mounted panels, raised on three cabriole legs united by a stretcher shelf, 51” (130cm)h. (1) €500 - 550 930 A VICTORIAN WALNUT AND EBONIZED WRITING OR CENTRE TABLE, by Robert Strahan of Dublin, with label, the rectangular top with canted corners, above a short frieze, on four turned and fluted legs, with beaded collars, united by a turned stretcher, 42” (107cm). (1) €180 - 250

925 A LARGE JAPANESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN VASE, decorated with birds perched on floral branches, the baluster shaped body with a flaring neck, now converted to a standard lamp, overall height including shade 61” (154cm). (1) €250 - 350 80

936 AN OAK LIFT-TOP WASH STAND, the hinged top opening to reveal a basin aperture above a frieze with two mock drawers and a central panel and a larger panel door below raised on a plinth base, 36.5” (93cm) high, 23” (58cm). €50 - 80 937 AN UNUSUAL 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY GENTLEMANS WARDROBE of small slender proportions, the Greek key moulded cornice above two cushion panel doors enclosing a hanging compartment on a base with one long and one mock drawer raised on bracket feet, 73.5” ( 187cm) x 35”(89cm). (1) €200 - 300 938 A REGENCY STYLE INLAID MAHOGANY SWING-FRAME CHEVAL DRESSING MIRROR, 24.5” (62cm). (1) €80 - 120

923 A MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS, in the George III style, O.R.M., with five graduating long drawers, raised on ogee bracket feet, 36” (92cm). (1) €100 - 200 924 A BRASS AND GLASS TABLE LAMP, with spiral glass stem, and leaf cast brass mounts, on a circular base, converted to electricity, 27” (69cm)h. (1) €150 - 250

935 AN EDWARDIAN BOW FRONTED BRASS FENDER, with pierced frieze 55”(140cm). €70 - 90


931 GEORGE PAICE (1854-1925), Beauty Boy White Horse in a Stable, oil on canvas, signed, inscribed and dated ‘05 lower left, 13.75” (35cm) x 17.75” (45cm). (1) €300 - 500

939 AFTER GEORGE MORLAND, coloured engraving of figures outside thatched cottage; together with a coloured print, Pheasants at the Edge of a Wood. (2) €20 - 30 940 A HEAVY OAK AND EBONISED CUPBOARD, in the 17th century style, the rectangular dentil moulded top above two frieze drawers flanked to either side with ebonised vase shaped ornament, above two conforming panel doors enclosing three long drawers on bracket feet, 35.5in x 38in (90cm x 97cm). (1) €80 - 120


941 JEANNE LAWLOR, Irish Landscape, oil on canvas, signed lower left, 14” (36cm) x 18” (46cm). (1) €60 - 100 942 LATE 19TH CENTURY OR EARLY 20TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, Coastal Fishing Village, oil on canvas, indistinctly signed and dated 1892, 17.25” (44cm) x 23.25” (59cm). (1) €200 - 300 943 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY BOOKCASE, the moulded pediment above two glazed doors, the base possibly associated, with two frieze drawers and cupboard doors, raised on a plinth, 50” (127cm)w. (1) €180 - 250 944 VICTORIAN SCHOOL, Interior Scene with Young Boy Sulking, depicted standing by his granny’s chair, with a terrier by his side,17” (43cm)h x 14” (26cm). (1) €280 - 350 945 A 19th CENTURY MAHOGANY CHEST, with three long drawers raised on bracket feet, 36.5” (93cm). (1) €180 - 250 946 A 19TH CENTURY ANGLO-INDIAN LADIES WORK BOX, the interior fitted with various compartments and sewing implements, and a central mirror, applied with two silver carrying handles, raised on front paw feet, 17” (43cm)w. (1) €380 - 420 947 AN 18TH CENTURY OAK PLANK TOP COFFER CHEST, the rectangular moulded top above a frieze carved with arches, and a centre panel with a rosette and floral panels to each side, 50” (127cm). (1) €300 - 500 948 CHARLES M. RICHES, Beached Fishing Boats in an Inlet, oil on canvas, 11.75” (30cm) x 17.75” (45cm). (1) €100 - 150 949 AN 18TH CENTURY RECTANGULAR IRISH MAHOGANY SILVER TABLE, with dish top, the plain shaped frieze carved with a central shell, to the front and back, and raised on four cabriole legs, each with webbed pad feet, 28” (72cm)h x 32” (81cm)w x 20” (51cm) d. (1) €800 - 1500

950 AN 18TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL WALNUT ARMOIRE, with iron hinges and mounts, the moulded cornice above two heavy doors, with base drawer below, 63” (160cm). (1) €200 - 300 951 AN EARLY VICTORIAN MAHOGANY FLIP-TOP DINING TABLE, with three quarter moulded top, on an upward tapering cylindrical stem, and tri-form base with bun feet, the underside stamped with the number 2150, 55.5” (141cm)h x 50.5” (128cm). (1) €350 - 500 952 AN EMPIRE STYLE BRASS-MOUNTED TALL CHEST, with rectangular green marble top, over eight drawers and tapering pilasters, headed with Egyptian style masks, on an inverted breakfront plinth, 53” (135cm)h x 23” (58cm)w. (1) €800 - 900 953 A FINE LARGE INLAID MAHOGANY LONGCASE CLOCK, by Cummings of Dudley, the swan neck pediment above an arched and painted dial with Arabic numerals, the arch painted with a scene of Abraham sacrificing Isaac, with an angel above, and a centre painted automaton showing phases of the moon, above a date aperture, flanked to either side with fluted columns and brass Corinthian capitals, above a triple arch Gothic style inlaid trunk door, flanked with similar columns on a moulded base with inlaid front panel and canted corners, raised on a shaped plinth, 101in (256cm)h x 22in (56cm)w. (1) €700 - 1100 954 TWO VERGE LONGCASE CLOCK MOVEMENTS, on bridge boards. (2) €80 - 120 955 A FRENCH THREE-PIECE WHITE VARIEGATED MARBLE AND BRASSMOUNTED MANTEL CLOCK GARNITURE, the portico clock by Japy Freres, with a convex enamel dial with Arabic numerals, decorated with garlands of flowers, supporting a sunburst pendulum with central mask, the case surmounted with two handled brass mounted marble urn and two smaller urns to either side, on two upward tapering rectangular columns, raised on a rectangular moulded base with brass feet, 17.5” (45cm)h x 10.5” (27cm)w; together with a pair of matching two handled urns, each with lion masks and applied with ribbon bows and floral swags, 13” (33cm)h. (3) €350 - 550

956 A LARGE MODERN TWO SEATER SETTEE, with cushion back and seat, together with a matching easy armchair. (2) €20 - 30 957 AN EDWARDIAN INLAID AND CROSSBANDED MAHOGANY SIDE CUPBOARD, with bow front and two cupboard doors, raised on square tapering spade legs, 48” (123cm). (1) €150 - 250 958 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD SIDE CHAIRS, each on front turned legs. (2) €80 - 150 959 A 19TH CENTURY GILT OVERMANTEL, the arched top, crested with an oval Jasperware relief panel, and hanging drapes, the bead moulded frame around a mirror plate, the base with scroll spandrels, 54.5” (139cm)h x 44” (112cm). (1) €500 - 600 960 A 17TH CENTURY STYLE OAK SETTEE, the carved four panel back with a central shell crest, above a solid seat with fitted cushion and shaped arm rests, raised on turned legs united stretchers, 74.5” (190cm) wide, 27” (69cm). (1) €700 - 1100 961 ALICE BERGER-HAMMERSCHLAG (19171969), Impulse Rhythm, 1967, O.O.C. signed and inscribed verso and dated 1967, unframed, 20” (51cm)h x 16” (41cm). (1) €60 - 90 962 AUGUSTIN AMANT C. EDOUART, (1788-1861), a full length silhouette portrait of a man with a top hat, 12” (30cm) x 7.5” (19cm); together with a set of four profile silhouette portrait miniatures, framed as one, three signed, each 5.25” (13cm) x 4” (10cm); and another full length silhouette profile portrait paining, Portrait of a Gentleman inscribed Henry O’ Hara in pencil, 11” (28cm) x 8” (20cm). (3) €150 - 200 963 TAXIDERMY: A STUFFED AND MOUNTED FOX, on a log base. (1) €280 - 320 964 A RELIEF CARVED AND PAINTED WALL MIRROR, in the Regency style, with bevelled plate, 40” x 28” (102cms x 71cms). (1) €60 - 90


965 A HEAVY 19TH CENTURY GILT BRONZE AND WHITE MARBLE MANTEL CLOCK CASE, the brass drum flanked to one side with a classical female figure seated and looking in a hand mirror, on a bow fronted white marble base, with central classical female mask, issuing floral swags, 11in (28cm)h x 11in (28cm)w; together with another French gilt and bronzed metal clock case, with urn finial issuing floral swags and flanked to either side with a cherub, on a bow fronted base with floral cast legs, 18in (47cm)h x 16in (41cm)w. (2) €40 - 60 966 A PAINTED RED METAL COOLER BOX, inscribed Enjoy a Coca-Cola, with bottle opener to side, 17.5” (44cm). (1) €180 - 250 967 A 18TH CENTURY MAHOGANY LINEN CUPBOARD, with two fielded panel doors, on an associated carved base, the apron with a basket of flowers and two shelves, raised on shell capped cabriole legs, on ball and claw feet, 53” (135cm)h x 50” (127cm). (1) €250 - 350

969 AFTER PAUL SANDBY, South Terrace, small coloured engraving; together with late 18th or early 19th century Irish school, Couple on a Path in a Landscape, W.C., 20” (51cm)h x 16” (40cm); another W.C., A Front Elevation of a Nine Bay Mansion; another W.C., circle of Rose Barton, Cityscape, 13.5” (34cm)h x 9.25” (24cm); together with another mono W.C., 18th century Irish, depicting a woman and a dog in a landscape, oval, 13” (33cm)h x 16” (40cm). (7) €40 - 60 970 A VERY LARGE PAIR OF MODERN CREAM AND LIGHT GREEN PAINTED LINEN CUPBOARDS OR WARDROBES, each with a shaped and moulded cornice, above two shaped mirror doors, enclosing linen slides, on a conforming base with shaped plinths, 5ft (153cm)w. (2) €100 - 200 971 A BRONZE BUST OF A YOUNG GIRL SLEEPING, after J.S. West Mascot, inscribed asleep, 16” (41cm). (1) €380 - 450 972 A BOX LOT OF ASSORTED CHATTELS, including an oval Bartolozzi painting; a pair of coloured prints; a floral display under a glass dome; a three piece porcelain clock garniture; a pair of Staffordshire jugs; a pair of chalk king Charles spaniels; and a collection of miscellaneous plate wear, including a part cruet set. (a lot) €20 - 30 973 A VICTORIAN CARVED MAHOGANY POLE SCREEN, with tapestry panel, on ornate carved tripod base, approx 55in (140cm). (1) €70 - 90 974 A 19TH CENTURY INLAID MAHOGANY CHEST, with an arrangement of three long and two short drawers, raised on shaped bracket feet, 47.5” (121cm)h x 39.25” (100cm). (1) €150 - 200

968 968 TAXIDERMY: A STUFFED AND MOUNTED FOX, standing on hind legs, wearing a green hat and satchel, holding a pair of binoculars to his eyes, and a double barrel over his shoulder, 35” (89cm). (1) €580 - 650

975 A VICTORIAN GILT OVERMANTEL, with mirror plate, in an arched and moulded frame, 52” (132cm)h x 43” (109cm). (1) €70 - 90 976 A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY AND PARCEL GILT PLATE AND CUTLERY CANTERBURY, the galleried top with two compartments and one bowed end, raised on four turned legs with brass cup casters, 24.5” (62cm)h x 21.5” (55cm). (1) €100 - 150

977 A LARGE CRANBERRY GLASS EWER, with gilt decoration and brass mounts, applied with leaf scroll handle, 23.5” (60cm). (1) €340 - 380 978 A GEORGE III PERIOD FOLD-OVER MAHOGANY TEA TABLE, of demi lune form, raised on four square tapering legs, 34.5” (88cm). (1) €150 - 220 979 NINE ASSORTED PIECES OF OLD PEWTER, comprising tankards, coffee pots, teapots, etc. (9) €50 - 100 980 A TANG STYLE COMPOSITION LARGE FIGURE OF A HORSE, mounted on a wooden base, 31” (79cm). (1) €350 - 400 981 A BRONZE TABLE TOP JARDINIERE STAND modelled with a French soldier by a tree trunk, 21” (53cm). (1) €340 - 380 982 AN ATTRACTIVE FRENCH PORCELAIN MANTEL CLOCK, in the Rococo style, probably by Jacob Petite, decorated in celeste blue and white with floral sprays and gilt scrolls, and a central enamel dial with Roman numerals, the silk suspension movement with outside count wheel, striking on a steel bell, the clock with scroll legs, raised on a conforming fixed stand, 14.75in (38cm)h x 9.5in (24cm). (1) €200 - 400 983 FOUR LITRE BOTTLES OF PADDY OLD IRISH WHISKEY, a litre bottle of Feeney’s Irish Cream Liqueur; a litre bottle of Carolan’s Irish cream liqueur; a 70cl ditto; and a 70cl bottle of Brogan’s Irish Cream Liqueur. (9) €100 - 150 984 A SET OF FIVE VICTORIAN MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, each with shaped top rail and conforming cross rail, above a drop in seat, raised on front turned legs; together with two similar chairs. (7) €100 - 150 985 A LATE VICTORIAN TELESCOPIC MAHOGANY DINING TABLE, with two spare leaves, the moulded top raised on four turned and fluted legs, each with a reeded collar, 7ft10 (240cm)l x 3ft11 (120cm). (1) €500 - 700

986 A THREE-DOOR MAHOGANY WARDROBE, 20th century with centre mirror panel, raised on bracket feet, 80in (204cm)h x 75in (191cm). (1) €20 - 30 987 A SEMI-ANTIQUE ANATOLIAN KONYA RUG, with two rows of square panels, within trellis bands, inside a fawn and ivory border, 8ft5 (255cm)l x 4ft3 (130cm). (1) €1000 - 1500 988 A SEMI-ANTIQUE PERSIAN AFSHAR RUG, with all over design, on rectangular panels, inside a conforming border, 6ft11 (207cm)l x 5ft4 (159cm). (1) €250 - 350 989 A PAIR OF GEORGIAN STYLE BEDSIDE PEDESTALS, O.R.M., each with a shaped tray top, with three cut handles and a shelf below, on tapering legs with pad feet, 22” (56cm)w. (1) €600 - 700 990 AN EDWARDIAN INLAID AND CROSSBANDED MAHOGANY CURIO TABLE, of rectangular form, with hinged and glazed top, and all around glazed frieze, 24” (61cm). (1) €380 - 450 991 A COLLECTION OF ASSORTED POTTED CACTI, of various shapes and sizes. (a lot) €80 - 120 992 AN ART DECO STYLE OVAL ROSEWOOD TWO-TIER OCCASIONAL TABLE, with stepped top, on four ebonised plank legs, 19.5” (50cm)h x 24” (61cm). (1) €150 - 200 993 A CIRCULAR EBONY STRUNG SATINWOOD CENTRE TABLE, with cross banded top, raised on four square tapering slightly curved legs, 30in (76cm)d. (1) €100 - 200 994 A PAIR OF CHIPPENDALE GAINSBOROUGH STYLE ARMCHAIRS, O.R.M., each with a padded hump back and padded seat, flanked with leaf carved arm fronts, each headed with a rosette, on square carved paneled front legs. (2) €1000 - 1200 995 A CANTONESE PORCELAIN TEA POT, with dome top; together with a cobalt blue floral decorated porcelain vase, of baluster form, with gilt swan neck handles, 13.5” (34cm)h; a carved blackforest bear, 10” (26cm)h; a bronzed composition figure of a Buddha, a carved Eastern bust of a woman; two Chinese porcelain panels, framed; and other miscellaneous items. (a lot) €80 - 120

996 A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY BUTLERS TRAY, on folding stand, the gallery with saw-cut handles, 36” (91cm)h x 21.5” (55cm). (1) €200 - 300 997 AN ART DECO STYLE THREE-DRAWER CHEST OR STAND, on square plinth base, 19.25” (49cm)h x 16” (40cm)w. (1) €250 - 300 998 AN EDWARDIAN DODECAGONAL EDWARDIAN CENTRE TABLE, adapted, with hexagonal cube parquetry centre and outer parquetry bands, raised on four turned legs united by a turned stretcher, 24.5in (63cm). (1) €60 - 90 999 AN EARLY WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY CHAISE LONGUE, with three quarter button back, scroll sides, liftoff upholstered seat and upholstered cushion, raised on heavy turned legs, 83” (210cm)w. (1) €900 - 950 1000 A GEORGE IV PERIOD INLAID MAHOGANY BEDSIDE NIGHT- TIME COMMODE, the lift-up fold-back top opening to reveal a furnished compartment with ceramic bowl, flanked to either side with two elbow rests and two mock drawers below, raised on splayed bracket feet, 24in (62cm). (1) €60 - 90 1001 AN EARLY NUPTIAL DOUBLE TRIBAL HEAD REST, probably Trobriand Islands, with two carved Ushaped supports, carved as one piece, chased and incised with geometric designs, on double circular base, united by a stretcher, 18” (46cm) w. (1) €150 - 250 1002 A RARE CHINESE GLAZED STONEWARE MINIATURE GROUP, modelled as a fisherman on a bamboo raft, 4” (10cm). (1) €50 - 80 1003 A 19TH CENTURY CHINESE AMBER SNUFF BOTTLE AND STOPPER, carved with bats and fruit, descending toward a Chinese symbol, 3.25” (9cm). (1) €200 - 300

1004 A 19TH CENTURY DARK BLUE ENAMEL BODKIN CASE, decorated with four scenes within gilt sprays, 3.5” (9cm); together with an English enamel Bonbonniere in the form of a Dalmation head, the hinged cover with later decoration, 3.25” (8cm). (1) €140 - 160 1005 A GERMAN PORCELAIN FIGURE, modelled as a classical woman holding a mask with finger aloft, 8.25” (21cm) high. (1) €80 - 120 1006 AN EARLY TWO-TIER pillared totem group, with eight Yaruba figures, four above and four below, engaged in traditional pursuits, in dark dense indigenous rosewood, 11” (28cm)h. (1) €100 - 150 1007 AN EARLY BRONZE PRICKET CANDELABRUM, for two candles, modelled as a fish-tailed deity, with finely chased tail, on a circular eleven point compass base, 10.5 (27cm). (1) €100 - 150 1008 A FINE IRIDESCENT FEATHER PATTERN GOBLET, with flared and sloped rim, on a baluster stem and shaped circular foot, signed underneath L.C. Tiffany .Y Apile, 11.5” (29cm). (1) €100 - 200 1009 A RARE HARDY BROS LTD. FLY REEL, “The Perfect”, Alnwick, England, Patent No 24245 & 9261, Duplicated mark II, right hand. €200 - 300 1010 A 3.5 INCH FLY REEL BY GARNETT, DUBLIN. €80 - 150 1011 A FINE PAIR OF BRONZE AND GILT BRONZE TWO-BRANCH WALL LIGHTS, from Hector Finch of London, each with a pine cane finial, above two rams masks, issuing leaf scroll arms with candle type fittings, and a large bronze leaf entwined terminal, 25” (64cm). (2) €700 - 1100 1012 THE GENE AUTRY SHOW, two souvenir programs each signed by Autry; together with a quantity of Hollywood black and white photos, signed by the actors, Charlton Heston and Bruce Wera; and nine colour scenes from Snow White and the Seven Dwarves, in full colour, each 11” (14cm), from the 1958 release in original envelope. (44) €150 - 250


1013 A THREE PANEL PERSIAN SUZANI, with all-over floral pattern, inside a floral border, with two smaller bands, 6ft6 (198cm)l x 4ft9 (145cm)w. (1) €150 - 200 1014 AN ATTRACTIVE THREE PANEL PERSIAN SUZANI, the ivory ground, the centre with thirteen medallions and floral sprays, inside a conforming border, 6ft6 (200cm)l x 4ft7 (141cm)w. (1) €100 - 200 1015 A BEIGE GROUD PERSIAN SUZANI, with all over floral field, on three panels, and a wide border with red floral roundels, 5ft9 (175cm) l x 4ft9 (146cm). (1) €100 - 200 1016 A SMALL BOKHARA RUG, the ivory ground with two rows of octagons inside a multi-border, 62” (158cm) x 36” (92cm); together with two other similar. (3) €100 - 150 1017 A SMALL CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN JAR, decorated with landscapes, within trellis panels, six character mark to base, 3in (7.5cm); together with seven natural formed jade pebbles. (8) €400 - 600 1018 A PERSIAN RUG, the iron red field with two rows of diamond shaped medallions, inside an ivory and navy border, 6ft6 (198cm) x 3ft5 (104cm). (1) €100 - 150 1019 A DARK RED GROUND AFGHAN RUG, with three star medallions, inside a four-band border, 9ft3 (282cm) x 6ft4 (193cm). (1) €150 - 200 1020 A SEMI-ANTIQUE PERSIAN RUG, the ivory ground decorated with all-over stylized flowers, inside a pink floral border and two dark blue bands, 5ft9in (175cm) x 4ft2 (126cm). (1) €150 - 250 1021 A LARGE MAHOGANY PARTNERS PEDESTAL WRITING DESK, early 20th century, with green tooled leather top,within a cross banded edge, above a kneehole centre with arch, flanked to either side with drawers, and further drawers to the rear, raised on square tapering legswith brass casters, as is, 78” (199cm). (1 ) €500 - 700


1025 1022 A SET OF THREE PERSIAN FLORAL NEEDLEWORK CUSHION COVERS, two cushions and a pair of similar cushion covers. (7) €70 - 80 1023 A GEORGE IV PERIOD MAHOGANY WASHSTAND, the three quarter gallery with a shelf, the top with an open basin aperture and a frieze with one mock and two small frieze drawers, above a stretcher shelf with concave centre, detached, on square tapering legs, 30.5” (78cm). (1) €150 - 250 1024 Tolkien J.R.R., The Silmarillion, edited by Christopher Tolkien, George Ahern & Unwin, London, Boston, Sydney, 365 pages and fold-out map, cloth bound on hand boards, and original dust jackets, 1977; together with The Letters of J.R.R., Tolkien, edited by Humphrey Carpenter, with assistance of Christopher Tolkien, London by George Allen and Unwin 1981, with brown cloth binding and original dust jacket; and Tolkien Unfinished Tales, 1980 printed by George Allen and Unwin Ltd. 40 Museum St. London, red cloth binding, in original dust jacket, 9” (23cm)h x 6” (15cm), all in excellent condition; eight mint postcards with portraits of Tolkien by Pamela Chandler, in original pouch; and a copy of J.R.R. Tolkien’s Smith of Wooton Major, again by George Allen and Unwin Ltd. 1967, 62 page hardback 6” (15cm) x 4.25” (11cm) with a 1967 paper slip with author signature. (5) €150 - 250

1025 Tolkien J.R.R., The Lord of the Rings, published by Allen & Unwin 1954/55, 1st UK Edition with all final impressions, The Fellowship of the Ring, published July 29th 1954, 1st impression 1 of 1500 printed for the UK, The Two Towers, also a 1st impression published November 11th 1954, 1 of 2250 printed for the UK, The Return of the King, 1st impression again published October 20th 1955, this first state copy lacking the signature mark 4 and the slip type on page 49. An extraordinary set of first editions, the set fully re-bound in black Moroco leather, with red leather inserts with the title and author gilt stamped. Each volume features the title and author in Tengwar script on front boards, with J.R.R.T. monogram in gilt to the rear boards, single gilt rule to the inside and outside edges, the set has hand marbled custom end papers by Joan Ajara of Australia, with silk ribbon markers bound in all edges, trimmed and gilded and is housed in the custom case, designed to mirror the image of the books, as well as to protect them, each volume, 8.75” (22cm). (3) €7000 - 11000


1032 A 19TH CENTURY RUSTIC FORM PORCELAIN WALL BRACKET, modelled with a perched bird, 10.5” (27cm)h. (1) €280 - 320 1033 AN OLD GREEN GLASS WINE BOTTLE, with seal with a coronette over letter C, 8.5” (22cm). (1) €50 - 70


1026 LEWIS, C.S., The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe, 1st edition, London Geoffrey Bles 1950, illustrations by Pauline Baynes, printed in Great Britain by Butler and Tanner Ltd Frome, for Geoffrey Bles Ltd. first published 1950 lacking dust jacket, faded cloth binding, otherwise very good copy, 8” (20cm)h x 5.5” (14cm). (8vo) €200 - 300 1027 A SET OF FIVE STAINED AND ETCHED GLASS PANELS, set in copper and brass, each with flower and butterfly decoration, the longest 15.5” (40cm)h x 12.25” (31cm), the smallest 6” (15cm) square. (5) €100 - 150

1034 A LATE 19TH CENTURY CARVED OAK WALL CREST, probably ‘Black Forest’, of cartouche form, the central bust of a bearded man in a scroll frame, 23” (59cm)h x 17” (43cm). (1) €250 - 350 1035 FRANK MCKELVEY (1895-1974), Young Nude Bathers on a Rock, W.C., 10” (25.5cm)h x 14.5” (37cm). (1) €1400 - 1600 1036 JOSEPH WILLIAM CAREY (1859-1937), Fishing Boats on the Coast of Kilkeel, W.C., signed, inscribed and dated 1918, 9” (23cm)h x 22” (58cm). (1) €500 - 600 1037 FOUR BOTTLES OF CHATEAU BEYCHEVELLE GRAND VIN VINTAGE 1982 ST. JULIA. (4) €350 - 450

1028 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY STAFFORDSHIRE PEARLWARE GROUP, modelled as a widow with child, seated on a rugged base with rectangular marbled plinth, inscribed, 9.75” (25cm). (1) €100 - 200

1038 ROYAL AIR FORCE SQUADRON PRINT, signed by crew; together with one other R.A.F. limited edition print, The Unsung Hero, after Mark Pastlehwhait signed in pencil. (2) €80 - 150

1029 A RARE EARLY 19TH CENTURY STAFFORDSHIRE PEARLWARE FIGURE, entitled The Mower, modelled as a man standing by a tree stump holding a scythe, 7.5” (19cm). (1) €80 - 150

1039 THE ROYAL DUBLIN SOCIETY’S DAIRY SHOW, a large advertising poster for The Great Northern Railway Co. offering return tickets and single fares from various listed town stations in Dublin, 1885, 18” (48cm)h x 14” (36cm). (1) €120 - 150

1030 VICTORIAN SCHOOL, Figures on a Country Path by an Old Thatched Barn, O.O.C., signed with monogram A.G. lower right, 9” (23cm) x 12.5” (31cm). (1) €300 - 400 1031 TOM LAWLOR (EARLY 20TH CENTURY), Figures at the Village Water Pump, O.O.CB., 12” (30cm)h x 16” (40cm). (1) €600 - 800

1040 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY PRIE DIEU, the padded back with scroll top, above a serpentine fronted seat, on front cabriole legs. (1) €150 - 200 1041 ALEXANDER WILLIAMS (1846-1930) , British Sailing Yacht in High Seas, oil on canvas, signed lower right, 19.75” (50cm) x 23.75” (60cm). (1) €1000 - 1500 Illustration on page 86

1030 1042 AN EARLY VICTORIAN MAHOGANY CORNER ARMCHAIR, with padded back and seat, raised on turned legs. (1) €80 - 150 1043 A GEORGE III STYLE OVAL KETTLE STAND OR LAMP STAND, the oval top with a pierced gallery and candle slide, on square tapering legs, 15” (38cm). (1) €80 - 120 1044 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY DUCHESS TYPE DRESSING TABLE, with oval swing frame mirror above three drawers, the serpentine front with one frieze drawer, raised on cabriole supports with shaped platform, 48” (122cm). (1) €120 - 180 1045 A MAHOGANY TORCHERE STYLE STANDARD LAMP with reeded stem on tripod base; together with another modern mahogany standard lamp; and a mahogany bedpost now a torchere on triform base, (3). €80 - 120 1046 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY MAHOGANY CORNER CUPBOARD, the moulded cornice above an astragal glazed door and solid panel door below, raised on bracket feet, 73”(185cm) x 25” (64cm). (1) €100 - 150 1047 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY COLOURED ENGRAVING, depicting a classical scene, with numerous figures. (1) €80 - 90


1041 1048 A FINE MEZZOTINT ENGRAVING AFTER W. HANNAN, showing A View of The house and Part Garden of Sir Frances Dashwood Bar’t at West Wycomb, in ebonised and parcel gilt frame, 12” (31cm) h x 19.5” (49.5cm); together with an early black and white engraving titled Muses in Consort with Their Proper Symbols, copied from the picture of Signior Iacobo Tintoretto, in The Royal Gallery at Kensington, 11.5” (29cm)h x 13” (33cm). (1) €80 - 120 1049 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY DINING ROOM PEDESTAL CUPBOARD, with arched back, above a frieze drawer and a cupboard door, with upward tapering panel, on a plinth base, 29” (74cm). (1) €150 - 250 1050 A CHIPPENDALE STYLE MAHOGANY TELESCOPIC DINING TABLE, with spare leaf, and gadroon edge, raised on cabriole legs with ball and claw feet, 71in (180cm)l x 41in (104cm). (1) €80 - 120


1051 A VICTORIAN THREE-TIER MAHOGANY DUMB WAITER, with rectangular shelves, on turned supports, 46.5” (119cm). (1) €180 - 250 1052 AN EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY WARDROBE IN THE GEORGE III STYLE, the moulded cornice above two astragal glazed doors, each with a solid panel below enclosing a hanging compartment and raised on bracket feet, 53” (135cm). (1) €150 - 200 1053 AN EDWARDIAN WALNUT DRESSING TABLE, with three adjustable cheval mirrors, and two angled glazed doors, above a dropped centre, with an arrangement of one long and four small drawers, 50” (127cm)w. (1) €80 - 150 1054 A LATE VICTORIAN or EARLY EDWARDIAN HALL STAND, the moulded cornice above a carved and fluted frieze, above four brass hooks, and a bevelled plate in a bead moulded frame, and a long oblong shelf below, with frieze drawer for gloves, flanked to either side with stick and umbrella compartments, 46.5” (118cm). (1) €150 - 200

1055 A GEORGE III PERIOD INLAID MAHOGANY CORNER WASHSTAND, with three quarter gallery and bow front, the upper shelf with three apertures and another shelf below with drawer, on square tapering legs, 21” (53cm). (1) €70 - 90 1056 AN INLAID AND CROSS BANDED MAHOGANY BOW-FRONTED SIDE CUPBOARD, in the George III style, with two cupboard doors, each with a mock frieze drawer, inlaid with an oval, on splayed bracket feet, 35” (89cm). (1) €200 - 300 1057 AN EDWARDIAN WALNUT ARM CHAIR, with button back, on front turned legs. (1) €60 - 80 1058 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY DRESSING TABLE, with three-quarter shaped gallery, and two frieze drawers, raised on cabriole legs, 38” (97cm). (1) €150 - 250


1059 A MODERN PERSIAN STYLE RUG, with rows of rectangular panels decorated with various motifs, in various colours, inside an ivory border, 7’ (210cm) x 4’ (122cm). (1) €150 - 250 1060 AN IVORY GROUND PERSIAN RUG, with two large fawn ground diamond medallions inside a multi band border, 106” (270cm) x 73” (186cm). (1) €200 - 400 1061 A BEECH-FRAMED AMERICAN DROP-DIAL WALL CLOCK, by the Ansonia Clock Company, Brooklyn New York, the painted dial with Roman numerals, above a glazed pendulum panel, inscribed regulator A, 32” (82cm)h. (1) €150 - 250 1062 A VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD BOOKCASE TOP, with moulded cornice, above two glazed doors, 44” (112cm). (1) €80 - 90 1063 ANDREW KING (b.1956), Sunlight and Shadows, Siena, oil on board, signed lower left, inscribed verso on artist’s studio label, 19.5” (49cm) x 14.5” (37cm). (1) €150 - 250 1064 A GERMAN KERN CLOCK, with glass dome, on gilt base; together with a smaller similar ditto, with plastic dome. (2) €80 - 100 1065 A VICTORIAN WALNUT PRIE DIEU, with pierced shell crest, padded back and serpentine fronted seat, raised on front cabriole legs, covered in floral fabric, and with a loose matching cushion. (1) €150 - 250 1066 AN OVAL PORTRAIT PRINT, on canvas, depicting a Georgian lady, in gilt frame, 19.5” (49cm)h x 13.5” (35cm). (1) €180 - 220 1067 RAYMOND CAMBELL (1956), Still Life, Bottle of Chateau D’Yquem 1911, with Grapes and Glass on a Table, 13.5” (35cm)h x 6.75” (17cm). (1) €600 - 800 1068 CAROL ANN WALDRON (1948), Sailing Boats, O.O.B., 4” (10cm)h x 9” (23cm). (1) €380 - 450

1069 CAROL ANN WALDRON (1948), Figures in a Landscape, O.O.B., signed, 3” (7.5cm)h x 7” (18cm). (1) €380 - 440 1070 JOHN P. ROONEY (1947), Women Wearing Shawls by the Sea, West of Ireland, gouache on board, signed, 4” (10cm)h x 19.5” (50cm). (1) €380 - 450 1071 CAROL ANN WALDRON (1948), Landscape with Figures, O.O.B. signed, 7” (18cm)h x 9” (23cm)w. (1) €480 - 550 1072 CAROL ANN WALDRON (1948), City Street in Sunshine, O.O.B., signed, 9” (23cm)h x 4” (10cm). (1) €380 - 450 1073 A PAIR OF SERPENTINE FRONTED COMPOSITION WALL BRACKETS, each with a tongue and dart moulded edge above scrolling foliage, 8” (20cm) x 21” (54cm). (2) €100 - 200 1074 A PAIR OF BOW-FRONTED GILT COMPOSITION WALL BRACKETS, each of fluted flared form, 10.5” (27cm); together with another taller similar ditto, 11.75” (30cm). (2) €80 - 120 1075 A PAIR OF CORBEL TYPE GILT COMPOSITION WALL BRACKETS, O.R.M., each with a serpentine shelf, 16” (41cm). (2) €70 - 120 1076 A PAIR OF ADAM’S CRIES OF LONDON PLATES, a pair of small matching bowls, and a large mug; together with a large cream ground meat platter; a Mason’s ironstone pudding or soup bowl; two blue and white sauce tureens, covers, one with a ladel; a Staffordshire mustard pot; a smaller similar ditto; and a small glass fruit bowl. (a lot) €50 - 70 1077 A MAHOGANY TORCHERE, with circular dish top, on a carved and fluted stem and tripod base, 48” (122cm) high. (1) €50 - 80 1078 19th CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, Fisherfolk on a Beach by a Lighthouse, oil on panel, 8.5” (21cm) x 14” (36cm). (1) €70 - 90

1063 1079 A SET OF THREE EARLY 20TH CENTURY EQUESTRIAN PORTRAITS, oils on board, one signed with initials, inscribed The Cheese and dated 1908; the others by the same hand, 8.5” (22cm) x 11.5” (29.5cm) approx. (1) €80 - 150 1080 A LATE 19TH OR EARLY 20TH CENTURY OVAL WALL MIRROR, with centre bevelled plate inside a compartmented band and gadroon edge, 45” (114cm) high x 33” (83cm) wide. (1) €250 - 400 1081 AN ATTRACTIVE SET OF THREE VICTORIAN BRASS FIRE IRONS, comprising tongs, shovel and poker, each approx 28” (71cm). (3) €150 - 250 1082 A FRENCH WALNUT ARMCHAIR OR FAUTEUIL, with cane back and seat on front carved cabriole legs with scroll feet. (1) €150 - 250 1083 CHATEAU LAFITE-ROTHSCHILD 1982 POUILLAC PRIEMIER GRAND CRU CLASSE, 75cl bottle, slight foxing to lable at the neck, good capsule. €2000 - 3000 1084 CHATEAU MOUTON ROTHSCHILD 1982, POUILLAC PREMIER GRAND CRU CLASSE, below neck, foxing and scratches to label, corrosion to capsule, 75cl, 1 bottle. €1200 - 1800


Terms & Conditions for Buyers

1085 CHATEAU-MARGAUX 1982, Premier Grand Cru-Classe, into neck, good label, slightly corroded capsule, 75cl (1 bottle) €600 - 1000

1087 CHATEAU LATOUR 1982, Premier Grand Cru Classe, Pauillac, below neck, good label and capsule, 75cl, 1 bottle. €1200 - 1800

1086 CHATEAU HAUT BRION 1982 PREMIER GRAND CRU CLASSE, at neck label stained and scratched, rubbed appearance to capsule, 75cl, 1 bottle. (1) €500 - 800

1088 CHATEAU CHASSE-SPLEEN 1982, 70cl, at neck, base, label torn and stained, capsule faded, 1 bottle. €100 - 200 1089 CHATEAU GRAND-PUY-LACOSTE 1982 PAUILLAC, 75cl 1 bottle. €70 - 120 1090 CHATEAU LEOVILLE LAS CASES 1982, Grand Vin De LCoville Saint Julien, lower neck, good label, good capsule, 150cl magnum. (1) €500 - 800 1091 VEGA SICILIA “UNICO”, Ribera Del Duero Grand Reserva Cosecha, 75cl; together with one other bottle of Reserva Especial 75cl. (2) €100 - 120 1092 JANET MCGLOUGHLIN, Study of the German Shepherd Gregory, signed , inscribed and dated 1978, pastel on paper, 15” (38cm)h x 11.75” (30cm). (1) €50 - 70 1093 BODEGA VEGA-SICILIA TINTO VALBUENA RESERVA, 5ano, 1992, 75cl , 1 bottle. €40 - 50 1094 CONNELABLE DE TABOT SAINT JULIEN, 2000, 9 bottles, 75cl, middle neck, good labels and capsules in wooden case. (9) €350 - 550 1095 1963 SANDEMAN VINTAGE PORT, bottled 1965, 2 bottles. €250 - 350 1096 AFTER GUIDO RENI (1575-1642), Beatrice Cenri, O.O.B., oval, 8.5” (22cm)h x 6.75” (17cm). (1) €100 - 200 1097 A LATE WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY TWO-DOOR SIDE CUPBOARD, of breakfront outline, the plain frieze above two nicely figured panel doors, flanked to either side with turned column and flat pilaster, 38” (97cm)h x 5ft (153cm)w. (1) €350 - 550


1098 AFTER ANGELICA KAUFFMAN, Cupid Disarmed by Euphrosine and its companion Cupid Binding Aglair to a Laurel, a pair of oval coloured engravings. (2) €70 - 90 1099 P. BOUGHAN (19TH CENTURY), Desert Scene with Figures, Camels and Donkeys, W.C., signed; and its companion Italian Figures Approaching a Stone Arch over a Road, a pair, one indistinctly signed and dated, 19.5” (50cm)h x 29” (74cm). (1) €300 - 500 1100 A 20TH CENTURY HEAVY GILT METAL TABLE LAMP, modelled as a flambé urn, resting on a square section with two ring handles, on a tapering cylindrical stem, with square moulded base, 26” (66cm). (1) €100 - 150 1101 STEPHANIE MANCHIPP (20TH/21ST CENTURY), Interruption, depicting two Siamese cats, pastel on buff paper, 13.5” (34cm) x 13.25” (33cm). (1) €100 - 150 1102 AN EDWARDIAN WALNUT PIANO STOOL, with turned handles, and frieze drawer. (1) €70 - 90 1103 FOUR MODERN IRISH LANDSCAPES, each O.O.B., various sizes; together with an Irish watercolour, still life of a flower; and three Irish coloured prints. (8) €80 - 120 1104 H. TODD, Still life, Vase of Flowers, O.O.C., signed lower right, 24” (61cm)h x 19.5” (50cm). (1) €200 - 300 1105 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY FRENCH ORMOLU BOUDOIR MANTEL CLOCK, the top surmounted with a young peasant girl holding a wounded dove and a spilled basket at her side, above a circular enamel dial with Roman numerals, signed Richond Ft. Eve. Monttre, 17 a Paris, the works by J. Pons, with an outside count wheel and striking on a steel bell, the ornate case with leaf scrolls and scroll front legs, 14” (36cm)h x 10.5 (27cm)w. (1) €200 - 300 1106 1963 WARRE VINTAGE PORT, selected and bottled by Grants London, 1 bottle. €140 - 220


Terms & Conditions for Buyers

1.) The Buyer: The buyer shall be highest bidder acceptable to the auctioneer, whose bid is at the hammer price. Any dispute arising in relation to same shall be settled at the auctioneer’s sole discretion. Bidders will be assumed to acting as principal in the transaction unless specific instructions are provided detailing otherwise. As such, all bidders are liable in a personal capacity for the total amount due, irrespective of agency agreements. Mealy’s contract as agents for sellers whose identity, for reasons of confidentiality, is generally not disclosed. Accordingly, buyers are reminded that the primary contract is between the buyer and the seller, with Mealy’s acting as agent for the seller. 2.) Inspection: Ample opportunity is given for inspection. Each purchaser, by making a bid for a lot, acknowledges that he or she is fully satisfied before bidding, by physical inspection or otherwise, as to the description, condition, and other information relating to the lot. Despite all efforts being made to ensure accurate descriptions and estimates, lots purchased are assumed to have been viewed and inspected. As such, all lots are sold with all faults and errors of description, at the buyers risk. The Auctioneers are not responsible for the correct description, genuineness, authenticity or any default or defect in any lot, and make no warranty in this respect. Estimates reflect a range of values, the lower of which usually represents the reserve price. Buyers are reminded that estimates are merely the opinion of the auctioneer, are subject to change and are in no sense definitive. 3.) Payment: All lots purchased are subject to a 20% + V.A.T. buyer’s premium. By bidding, all prospective purchasers agree in advance to pay this premium on the hammer price. Buyers attending the auction are encouraged to pay for lots purchased on the day of sale. Unless otherwise agreed in writing prior to the auction, the buyer of a lot shall pay to the auctioneer within five working days the total amount due. Notwithstanding this, the auctioneer may at its sole discretion, require a buyer to pay a deposit of up to 25% of the total amount due at the conclusion of the auction. The auctioneer may apply any payments received by a buyer towards any sums owing from that buyer to the auctioneer on any account, regardless of directions given by the buyer in that regard, whether express or implied. Payment methods include cash, Euro bank draft, cheque drawn on the buyer’s Irish bank account, EFT (subject to applicable bank charges), debit card and credit card (subject to 3% surcharge for Mastercard & Visa , 1% charge on any international debit card, and 5% surcharge for American Express). Under no circumstances can the Auctioneers accept third party cheques either in full or part payment of any lot. Non-payment by a buyer may result in any of the following actions: - proceedings against the buyer for damages for breach of contract. - recission of sale. - resale of the lot(s) without notice, after which the buyer shall be responsible for any resulting deficiency in the total amount due. - removal, storage and insurance of the lot(s) at the buyer’s expense. - interest may be charged, commencing after five working days from the sale date, on the outstanding debt at a rate 1% above the Bank of Ireland base interest rate on the day of purchase. - retention of lot(s) purchased at Mealy’s until the outstanding balance is settled in full - rejection of all future requests for bidding by the buyer or his/her agent. - application of proceeds of sale of items consigned to Mealy’s by the buyer in settlement of outstanding balances. 4.) Reservation of Title & Risk: Title in an item or items purchased will not pass to the buyer until Mealy’s have received payment in full, notwithstanding possession. However, each lot remains the sole risk of the purchaser from the fall of the hammer. 5.) Collection, Removal & Dispatch of Goods: Collection & removal of items purchased is at the buyer’s risk and expense from the fall of the hammer and is available from our offices for five working days after the sale. No purchase shall be claimed or removed until the sale has been concluded, i.e. purchasers cannot collect items while an auction is in progress. Collection can only take place during normal regular hours. Mealy’s shall not be responsible for lost, stolen, damaged or destroyed lots, if not collected within the allotted time frame. All lots not removed are subject to the minimum warehousing charges outlined below. Lots not removed within thirty days of the sale may be re-sold by auction or private sale without notice to the buyer. Any liability which there may be on the part of the Auctioneer, in respect of any loss, shall be restricted to a maximum of the price paid by the purchaser of the lot. Storage and warehousing charges: Please note that there will be no charge to purchasers who collect their lots within five working days of the sale. After five working days has passed, a transfer and administration charge of €20.00 per lot will be payable and a storage charge of €2.00 per lot per day will then come into effect. These charges are payable by the purchaser to Mealy’s and are subject to VAT. House Clearance & Specialised Sales: the charges outlined above relate to our regular gallery sales. House Clearance sales and other specialised sales are subject to higher removal and storage charges that will be notified to buyers where relevant. Buyers should confirm the storage and warehousing charges for such sales in advance of bidding. If any buyer fails to comply with any of the above conditions, the damage recoverable from the defaulter shall includwe all loss arising from any re-sale of the lot, together with the warehousing charges and expenses in respect of both sales, and any money deposited in part payment shall be held by the auctioneer against the defaulters liability and may be appropriated in settlement of the liability. NB. Mealy’s do not offer packing or dispatch services. We strongly recommend that all bidders consult a professional shipping company. A list of approved service providers is available on request. 6.) Forgeries: If within 30 days after the Sale of any item, the Auctioneer receives a notice in writing from the Buyers by Registered Post that such an item is a deliberate forgery, together with the necessary evidence to satisfy the Auctioneers of such an allegation, then the Sale of that item will be rescinded and the net Purchase monies refunded (less any outlays incurred by the Auctioneers) to the Purchaser.


7.) Condition of Lots: All lots at auction are sold ‘as is’. Mealy’s act as agents for the seller and as such, are dependent on information provided by the seller. Whilst efforts are made to inspect lots and act reasonably in taking a general view about them, we are unable, in the normal course of business, to carry out detailed examinations of lots to ascertain condition. In addition, Mealy’s are not restorers, conservation experts or related professionals. Buyers are provided with ample time to examine lots and ascertain condition, and by bidding, accept the duty and responsibility for inspecting, examining and investigating lots that they intend to bid on. Imperfections, defects and other condition issues are not stated in the catalogue description. Mechanical objects of any age are not guaranteed to be in working order. 8.) Condition Reports: Condition reports may be requested by buyers in advance of the sale and our employees may be able to assist buyers by providing such reports. However, these are provided for guidance online, without legal obligation or prejudice to standard terms and conditions of sale. Such reports are merely the gratuitous opinion of Mealy’s employees or operatives. Neither Mealy’s, nor the seller, accept any responsibility for the condition of lots or for the content of condition reports. Subsequent disputes arising in relation to condition and/or the content of such condition reports will not be entertained. 9.) Absentee Bidding: Absentee bidding is available to prospective purchasers in the form of commission bidding & telephone bidding. However, registration for absentee bidding must be completed by 5pm on the day preceding the sale. Mealy’s accept no liability for acts or omissions relating to bids received after this deadline. From time to time, Mealy’s will entertain absentee bidding requests received after the deadline has passed, but this is at the discretion of our employees and Mealy’s accept no responsibility for accuracy in the execution of such bid requests received after the deadline. All items purchased by absentee bidders are sold as is, and are assumed to have been viewed and inspected by the purchaser. In the case of commission bids, these will be executed by Mealy’s as cheaply as possibly, having regard to the reserve (if any) and competing bids. If two bidders submit identical commission bids, the auctioneer has sole discretion to determine the successful buyer, but will generally opt for the first commission bid received. Telephone bidders are reminded that telephone lines are inherently subject to technical issues. It is strongly advised that telephone bidders leave a ‘cover bid’, e.g. a commission bid with their maximum bid price, to account for situations in which technical issues result in telephone bidding problems. Once an absentee bid is received, a contractual agreement is in place and the bid cannot be revoked without express agreement in writing signed by the auctioneer. 10.) Online Bidding: Mealy’s offers online bidding services to those who cannot attend the sale via & Bidding registration for online bidding must be completed by 5pm on the evening preceding the sale day. A surcharge of 3% will be levied on the ultimate hammer price, in addition to the regular buyer’s premium of 20%, for successful purchases executed using this service. Since online bidding is hosted by 3rd parties, Mealy’s accept no liability whatsoever for disputes arising from same. We strongly encourage all prospective buyers to utilise our absentee bidding services in priority. Online bidders contract with the online auction host directly, not with the auction house. However, by registering with an online auction host, the bidder: - authorises Mealy’s, if they so wish, to charge the credit card given to the online auction host, in part or full payment, including all fees, for items successfully purchased -confirms that he or she is authorised to provide these credit card details and is indeed the account holder 11.) Auction Displays and Online Images: Images are used to display items for Sale at Auction. This service is merely a reminder to the customer of items viewed previously during exhibition days. We do not guarantee the quality or condition of the item viewed, the accuracy of the display image or guarantee the item on display is the item being sold. Subsequent disputes arising as a result of such image displays will not be entertained. 12. Mechanical & Electrical Items and Post - 1950 Furniture: Mechanical & electrical are sold as ‘antiques’ only, for decorative purposes. There is a duty on the buyer to have such items checked for compliance with safety regulations by a qualified expert. Please note the Auctioneers offer no after sale guarantee whatsoever with regard to mechanical and electrical items. We accept no subsequent liability for any damage, loss or injury arising from the use of the foregoing. All items of furniture in this sale are offered for sale as works of art. Such items may not comply with safety regulations and should not be used functionally unless inspected by a relevant expert. 13.) Export of Goods: Buyer’s intending to export goods purchased at Mealy’s should ascertain the following in advance of bidding: - Whether an export license is required - Whether there is any specific prohibition on exporting/importing goods of that character (e.g. CITES regulations) 14. Disputes & Agency: In the event of any dispute arising in relation to any of the foregoing, the matter shall be referred to an Independent Arbitrator to be agreed between the relevant parties. As auctioneers, we generally contract as agents for sellers whose identity, for confidentiality reasons, is not normally disclosed. Accordingly, a buyer’s primary contract is with the seller. 15. Third Party Liability: All members of the public that enter on our premises at any time, for whatever reason do so at their at their own risk. Inaddition, Mealy’s will not be responsible for any damage or loss caused to vehicles parked in the vicinity of our premises.

By participating in our sales, all bidders and buyers acknowledge that they have read the above terms and agree to be bound by our conditions of sale. 90

Bidding Slip Sale No: 0251 Winter Sale 2016 Tuesday 6th December 2016 & Wednesday 7th December 2016 Please bid on my behalf at the above sale for the following Lot(s) up to the price(s) mentioned below. I agree to comply with the Notices and Conditions of Sale as printed in the Catalogue. I understand that in the case of a successful bid a premium of 20% + V.A.T. will be payable by me on the hammer price. Lot No

Title of Description

€Bid Price

Lot No

Title of Description


€Bid Price

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



Full Name:



Telephone No(s):



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

All cheques or drafts are to be made payable to “Mealy’s Fine Art Ltd.” Third party cheques or drafts will not be accepted as payment for lots purchased. DELIVERY: All lots must be paid for and collected by 5:00pm on Tuesday December 13th 2016. Clearing is at the purchaser’s risk and expense. Any lots not cleared by Tuesday 13th December 2016, will be subject to storage and removal charges at €2 per day per lot and will be held in storage at the purchaser’s risk and expense.


Services provided by Mealy’s PRIVATE SALES Buying privately from Mealy’s online gallery is just like purchasing from a shop, the only difference is that we are brokering the sale by private treaty for a client, as oppose to offering by public auction. If you find an item that you would like to purchase, you can add the item to your cart and proceed to the secure checkout. The buyer’s premium is included in the quoted price. Alternatively, you can contact us for more information, additional images, counter-offers, shipping information, etc. Once payment is complete, the item will be available for collection. Storage fees will not activate for seven working days following your purchase. Feel free to contact us for more information on purchasing from the private sales gallery.

VALUATIONS Mr. George Mealy MRICS MSCSI is licensed, insured and qualified to conduct valuations of fine art, antiques, and other chattels, in line with international best practice. Professional valuations for insurance, probate, family division, liquidation, taxation, and art financing, are available. Valuations conducted by Mealy’s are fully recognised by state, insurance and banking institutions.

Castlecomer, Co. Kilkenny, Ireland Tel: +353 (0)56 4400942

Terms used in this Catalogue have the meanings ascribed to them below:

Paintings, Prints, Works Of Art, Furniture, etc. The first name or names and surname of the Artist or Craftsman. In our opinion a work by the Artist or Craftsman. Attributed to In our opinion probably a work by the Artist or Craftsman but less certainly as to authorship is expressed than in the preceding category. Circle of In our opinion a work of the period of the Artist or Craftsman that is in a similar style to the work of that Artist or Craftsman. The surname of the Artist or Craftsman, preceded by ‘After’ In our opinion, a copy of the work of the Artist or Craftsman. Signed, Stamped Has a signature or stamp which in our opinion is the signature or the stamp of the Artist or Craftsman.


Bears Signature or Stamp Has a signature or stamp, which in our opinion is the signature or stamp of the Artist or Craftsman Dated Is so dated and in our opinion was executed at about that date. Bears Date Is so dated and in our opinion may have been executed at about that date. All Measurements are given height before width. Abbreviations: O.O.C. Oils on Canvas O.O.P. Oils on Panel O.O.B. Oils on Board W.C. Watercolour O.R.M. Of Recent Manufacture W.A.F. With all faults R.V.O. Remote Viewing Only As is With all damages, faults, restorations, etc.

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