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THE SPRING SALE Tuesday 6th March 2018

THE winTEr 2017 (ref. 0257) SPRING SALE 2018 0259) on Tuesday 7th Wednesday 6th & March 2018 8th November 2017 at the Castlecomer Saleroom in Ireland and online commencing at 11am sharp PublIC PUBLIC VIewIng: VIEWING: Sunday 5th (noon 5pm) March 4th -(noon-5pm) & Monday March 5th (10am-5pm) monday 6th (10am - 5pm) Illustrated Catalogue Catalogue €10 €10 (admits (admits 2) 2) Illustrated Sorry – No children under 12 years Sorry – no children under 12 years of of age age

Front Cover: Lot lot 224 505 back lot 414 Back Cover: Lot 340 Inside Front Cover: Lot lot 284 414 Inside back lot 144 387 Back Cover: Lot Sale reference: 0257 Reference: 0259 all All estimates shown are in euro Euro (€)

day 1: lots 1-600 day 2 lots 601-end

dIreCtIonS: DIRECTIONS: – Coming Coming from dublin Dublin – take Take m7 M7 out of dublin, Dublin, followed by the m9. M9. take Take the athy Athy exit off the m9 M9 and continue through athy Athy and onto Castlecomer. In Castlecomer, follow the n78 town Centre Square on the N78. n78. Take take a left between the Country N78 for Kilkenny. the The new auction gallery is situatied 2km south of the Castlecomer Town life Castlecomer business Life glanbia Glanbia building and o’Shea O’Shea Plant Hire, and drive into into Castlecomer Business Park. – Coming Coming from Cork – take Take the m8 M8 out of Cork to the termination of the m8 M8 motorway. Continue along the n8 N8 through Cullahill into durrow. Durrow. take Take the n77 N77 from durrow Durrow to ballyragget, town Centre Square onto the N78 n78 for Kilkenny. The the new Ballyragget, followed by the r694 R694 from ballyragget Ballyragget to Castlecomer. take Take a right at the Castlecomer Town auction gallery is situated 1.9 km south of the Castlecomer town Town Centre Square on the n78. N78. take Take a left between the Country life Life glanbia Glanbia building Building and o’Shea O’Shea Plant Hire and drive to the large designated car park in Castlecomer business Business Park. – Coming Coming from Kilkenny – take Take the n78 N78 north, in the direction of Castlecomer. take Take a right between o’Shea O’Shea Plant Hire and the glanbia Glanbia Country life Life building Building and drive to the large designated car park in Castlecomer business Business Park.

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George Mealy Senior MriCS MRICS MSCSI MSCSi managing Managing director Director george 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 royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors, in the faculty of art Art & antiques. 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 Director

Lucy Mealy auctions Auctions administrator Administrator

Lot 564

George Gerard Mealy

Cait Madigan

Mary Gaynor


reception Reception


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Introduction 700 lots of fine and decorative art, antiques, collectibles and a miscellany of scarce and interesting items. To include the entire contents of an East Cork country manor and other estates under the instructions of various executors. The sale also includes the private collection of Chinese porcelain, artefacts and other Chinese-related items from Mr. Gerald Clarke (Kang Jie Ren). Mr. Clarke spent the early nineties living and working in Beijing where he amassed this fine and diverse collection of Asian art and artefacts. He spent a lot of his spare time there combing the antique markets of Beijing, the Pan Jia Yuan Street Market and others, honing his collection and learning from dealers.

Background: (Left and Right) Lot 144


1 A GOOD QUALITY VICTORIAN MAHOGANY LIBRARY ARMCHAIR, with padded back seat and elbow rests, covered in burgundy hide and raised on front turned legs. (1) €150.00-€220.00

11 A PAIR OF MODERN PINE BEDSIDE PEDESTALS, each with two drawers and a vacant compartment, raised on a plinth base. 24” (61cm) high x 18” (46cm) wide. (2) €80.00-€150.00

24 A PAIR OF MODERN PINE BEDSIDE PEDESTALS, each with two drawers and a vacant compartment, raised on a plinth base. 24” (61cm) high x 18” (46cm) wide. (2) €80.00-€150.00

3 A MODERN LIFT-TOP PINE COFFER CHEST, with panelled front. 37” (94cm) high. (1) €70.00-€90.00

13 A PAIR OF MODERN PINE BEDSIDE PEDESTALS, each with two drawers and a vacant compartment, raised on a plinth base. 24” (61cm) high x 18” (46cm) wide. (2) €80.00-€150.00

25 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN STYLE PINE BEDSIDE CUPBOARDS, each with moulded top above a central frieze drawer and a slide above an arched panel door. On bracket feet. 28” (71cm) high x 20” (51cm) wide. (2) €80.00-€150.00

4 AN IRISH GEORGE IV PERIOD MAHOGANY BOW-FRONTED CORNER WASH STAND, by Williams and Gibton. Stamped and number 10543. Three-quarter gallery above a top with basin aperture and three mock frieze drawers on a conforming lower shelf, with centre drawer, raised on square tapering slightly curved legs united by a stretcher shelf. Stamped and numbered. 35” (89cm) wide. (1) €300.00-€500.00 5 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) €150.00-€250.00 6 A PAIR OF MODERN GLAZED UPRIGHT SQUARE SHOP DISPLAY CABINETS, fitted with lights and two glass lockable doors, the interior with one singular shelf. A pair. 79” (210cm) high, 30” (76cm) wide. (2) €300.00-€400.00 7 AN ATTRACTIVE CARTOUCHE-SHAPED PAINTED AND PARCEL GILT WALL MIRROR, with leaf crest and shaped leaf moulded frame. 38” (96cm) high, 24” (61cm) wide. (1) €70.00-€120.00 8 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN STYLE PINE BEDSIDE CUPBOARDS, each with a moulded top above a central frieze drawer and a slide, above an arched panel door on bracket feet. 28” (71cm) high x 20” (51cm) wide. (2) €80.00-€150.00 9 A VICTORIAN EBONISED AND MARQUETRY INLAID CREDENZA, with ornate brass mounts and porcelain panels. Centre panel door with an oval portrait of a lady inside a brass frame flanked with two bowed glass panels to either side, raised on a breakfront plinth base. 66.5” (169cm) wide. (1) €150.00-€250.00


15 A PAIR OF MODERN PINE BEDSIDE PEDESTALS, each with two drawers and a vacant compartment, raised on a plinth base. 24” (61cm) high x 18” (46cm) wide. (2) €60.00-€80.00 16 A PAIR OF MODERN EASY ARMCHAIRS, each with cushion back and seat, raised on front cabriole legs. (2) €70.00-€90.00 18 A MODERN PINE TWO DOOR WARDROBE, with moulded cornice on shaped bracket feet. 37” (94cm) wide. (1) €80.00-€90.00 19 A GOOD SET OF SIX MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, early nineteenth century, each with an arched back above a pierced splat, headed with an open work carved anthemion above a wide stuff over seat. On front tapering reeded legs. (6) €400.00-€600.00 20 A PAIR OF ART METAL FIVE BRANCH CANDLE WALL LIGHTS, each with tubular frame and leaf moulded decoration.(2) €40.00-€60.00 22 AN EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY OVERMANTEL OR CHIFFONIER BACK, with arched top above an oblong shelf and an oval mirror plate. 47” (119cm) wide. (1) €30.00-€50.00 23 AN OLD PITCH PINE CHURCH BENCH, with slatted back. 5ft (153cm). (1) €80.00-€120.00

26 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY DRESSING TABLE, with large swing frame mirror. Crested with a cartouche issuing leaf scrolls, supported by two brackets, each on a small two-drawer table-top chest, above an inverted breakfront white marble top. Raised on two pedestals, each with four drawers, flanking a central frieze drawer. Bracket feet. 58” (148cm) wide. (1) €200.00-€300.00 27 A FRENCH FOUR-FOLD ROCOCO STYLE GILT SCREEN, late 19th century of asymmetrical form. With glazed upper panels and silk covered lower panels. 73in (186cm) extended. (1) €200.00-€300.00 28 A LARGE WROUGHT IRON CHEVAL FIRE SCREEN, with mesh panel, raised on four scroll legs. 41” (104cm) wide. (1) €150.00-€200.00 29 AN AFGHAN RUG WITH FOUR TRIANGULAR MEDALLIONS, on an ivory ground, inside a conforming dark red multi-band border. 7ft9 (236cm)h x 4ft3 (130cm)w. (1) €100.00-€200.00 30 AN 19TH CENTURY OAK COFFER OR CHEST, with hinged lift-up plank top above a triple panel front and frieze, and a double panel to each side. 46” (117cm) wide. (1) €100.00-€150.00 31 AN UNUSUAL CAST METAL AND WROUGHT IRON STANDARD LAMP, with spiral fluted stem and tripod base. (1) €30.00-€40.00


32 A HEAVY MACHINE MADE ORIENTAL RUG, with centre cruciform ivory medallion, on burgundy field with all-over floral pattern and two navy medallions, inside red border with ivory bands. 7ft9 (236cm)h x 5ft8 (172cm). (1) €80.00-€120.00 33 19TH CENTURY STILL LIFE, ‘Fruit on a Ledge’, pastel. 13.5” (34cm) x 19in (49cm). (1) €20.00-€30.00 35 A PAIR OF GOOD QUALITY MODERN PINE CHESTS, in the Victorian style. Each with four long and two short drawers, raised on a shaped plinth base. Each 39” (100cm) wide. (2) €150.00-€250.00 36 AN INLAID MAHOGANY MIRROR BACK SIDEBOARD, with moulded upper shelf and two frieze drawers, above two cupboard doors. On square flaring feet, 65” (165cm) wide. (1) €100.00-€200.00 37 A TELESCOPIC BRASS LAMP STANDARD. With brass step, and basket shaped lamp holder, on triform giltwood base. (1) €50.00-€70.00 38 A REGENCY PERIOD MAHOGANY SOFA TABLE, with two D-shaped flaps, flanking two mock and two frieze drawers, on standard supports, raised on four down turned legs, with square brass cup casters. 64in (163cm) wide extended. (1) €400.00-€600.00 39 A PINK GROUND MODERN MACHINE MADE WOOL CARPET. 7ft7 (231cm) x 6ft7 (170cm). (1) €100.00-€150.00 40 A TELESCOPIC BRASS LAMP STANDARD, with reeded column and shaped and reeded base. (1) €60.00-€90.00 41 AN EIGHTEENTH CENTURY STYLE PINE CUPBOARD. Upper section with a drop-front panel door and iron strap-work hinges and lock plate, over two cupboard doors. 31.5” (80cm) wide. Together with a pair of smaller bedside cupboards, each with a frieze drawer and carved panel door. 23.5” (60cm) wide. (3) €80.00-€120.00

42 A GOOD QUALITY VICTORIAN MAHOGANY LIBRARY ARMCHAIR, with padded back, seat and elbow rests, covered in burgundy hide and raised on front turned legs. (1) €150.00-€200.00 43 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) €300.00-€500.00 45 AN ATTRACTIVE LARGE THREE-SEATER SETTEE, covered in attractive green self print floral loose fabric, with straight back and sides. Fitted with four large and two small loose cushions. 85” (216cm) wide. (1) €200.00-€300.00 46 A REGENCY STYLE TWIN PEDESTAL MAHOGANY DINING TABLE, on two tripod pedestals. 6ft (183cm) long x 35” (89cm) wide. Together with seven Regency style brass inlaid dining chairs, on front sabre legs. (8) €80.00-€120.00 47 TWO SIMILAR MAHOGANY BEDSIDE POT CUPBOARDS, each with a panel door. 20” (51cm) wide. (1) €70.00-€90.00 48 THREE NINETEENTH CENTURY MAHOGANY BEDSTEADS, some with sides. All, as is. Various sizes. (3) €40.00-€60.00 49 A PAIR OF SEVENTEEN CENTURY STYLE OAK X-FRAMED HALL CHAIRS, in the Gothic taste. Panelled backs with cruciform seats on x-framed supports. (2) €80.00-€150.00 50 A THREE DRAWER WALNUT CHEST. 36” (91cm) wide. Together with a modern five drawer chest. 31” (79cm) wide. (2) €40.00-€60.00 52 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS comprising; a Victorian stool, a modern stool, two coal scuttles, a three tier wall bracket, an inlaid and cross banded table, an old kitchen armchair with solid seat and a Victorian chair. (8) €50.00-€70.00

53 A WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY DINING CHAIR with drop-in seat on turned legs. Together with a square-top ebony strung mahogany occasional table; a three legged jardinièe stand; and four other antique chairs. (7) €30.00-€50.00 54 A TIMOR SANDSTONE PHALLIC FERTILITY IDOL, c.1850, modelled as a guardian. 33in (84cm) high, 10in (25cm) wide at the base. (1) €2,000.00-€3,000.00 55 A MEXICAN SIDEBOARD, the moulded top with a parquet surface, above an arrangement of four cupboard doors and six drawers. 62in (157cm). (1) €80.00-€120.00 56 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY DRESSING TABLE MIRROR, with central frieze drawer and two lift up sections. On shaped bracket feet. As is, lacking plate. (1) €20.00-€30.00 57 A SMALL REFECTORY STYLE OAK OCCASIONAL TABLE of rectangular form. On leaf carved reeded legs united by a spiral reeded stretcher. On plank feet. 33.5” (85cm) wide. (1) €150.00-€200.00 59 A MAJOLICA JARDINIERE STAND, with circular top and moulded stem; together with a Bells ‘Three Nuns’ Tobacco advertising poster frame; two mirrors; various prints. (A lot) €20.00-€30.00 60 A PAIR OF GEORGIAN PERIOD PIERCED LADDER-BACK DINING CHAIRS, late eighteenth century. Each with a drop-in seat and raised on front square legs. (2) €150.00-€200.00 61 A RECTANGULAR MAHOGANY SIDE OR DRESSING TABLE, with three frieze drawers and moulded top, raised on turned and reeded legs,.53” (135cm) wide. (1) €70.00-€90.00 62 AN ART DECO MACHINE MADE CARPET, with geometric patterns, on a fawn ground, inside a broad wide brown border. 10ft7 (322cm)l x 8ft6 (271cm). (1) €100.00-€150.00 Background: Lot 243


63 A FINE PAIR OF LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY GILT FRENCH FAUTEUILS. Each with cartouche shaped back, crested with flowers, above a tapestry panel, depicting figures merry making. And a serpentine-fronted seat with a floral panel; the framed back moulded with scrolling foliage and conforming front elbow rests. The seat with a carved frieze, raised on leaf carved cabriole legs with shell pad feet. (2) €600.00-€900.00

74 A GILT TRIPTYCH DRESSING TABLE MIRROR. As is. (1) €10.00-€20.00

65 A PAIR OF ATTRACTIVE MODERN EASY ARMCHAIRS, each covered in red printed fabric, with loose cushion, back and seat. (2) €100.00-€200.00

77 AN UNUSUAL ART DECO STYLE DRESSING TABLE OR HALL STAND. With mirror plate and frieze drawer. Raised on a triform stem and conforming base. 28” (71cm) wide. (1) €400.00-€600.00

66 A SMALL ATTRACTIVE TWO-SEATER EASY SETTEE, covered in salmon fabric, with straight back and curved sides, fitted with six matching loose cushions. (1) €200.00-€300.00 67 A 19TH CENTURY LONGCASE CLOCK MOVEMENT AND FACE, signed Jacob Moseley of Meath. Signed in the arch, within floral sprays above a circular enamel dial with Roman numerals, a subsidiary dial for seconds, and a date aperture. 18.75in (47.5cm)h x 14in (33cm)w. (1) €60.00-€90.00 68 A NINETEENTH CENTURY MAHOGANY THREE-TIER CIRCULAR DUMBWAITER, with graduating shelves and turned centre stem. Raised on a tripod base. Adapted. 24” (61cm)w. (1) €250.00-€300.00 69 A NINETEENTH CENTURY MAHOGANY BOOKCASE TOP, with two astragal glazed doors. As is. (1) €10.00-€20.00 70 A PAIR OF GOOD QUALITY MODERN OFFICE DESK CHAIRS, each with a button seat and railed back, covered in burgundy hide. On front square fluted legs. (2) €150.00-€250.00 71 AN OLD PAINTED PINE KITCHEN DRESSER, the upper section with two glazed doors, above two frieze drawers with two cupboard doors below. As is. 47” (120cm) wide. (1) €50.00-€80.00 Background: Lot 539


75 AN OLD WALNUT VENEERED RADIO GRAM in bow-fronted case with Bakelite knobs and inscribed dial. 30” (76cm) wide. (1) €10.00-€20.00

78 A PAIR OF UNUSUAL TURNED ELM EXERCISING OR JUGGLING CLUBS, each of bottle form. 24” (61cm). (2) €40.00-€60.00

83 AN UNUSUAL LIGHT CELADON GROUND CHINESE PORCELAIN BOWL. With etched decoration depicting infants amongst foliage. 6.75” (17cm) high. Together with a Chinese blondashine (Bodhisattva) figure of a Guan Yin. With large bead mounted gown. As is. 9.25” (24cm) high. (2) €80.00-€150.00 84 A CHINESE TANG STYLE POLYCHROME DECORATED HORSE in standing position, saddled, on rectangular base. 13” (34cm) high, as is. (1) €80.00-€150.00 85 A CHINESE RED LACQUERED AND CHINOISERIE DECORATED BOOK FORM BOX. 10” (26cm) high x 7” (18cm) wide. Together with a Chinese rosewood and mother of pearl inlaid jewellry box. 9” (23cm) wide. And a carved Chinese bamboo brush pot. (3) €80.00-€90.00

79 AN INLAID MAHOGANY DESK TOP STATIONARY STAND, with bow front. 11” (28cm)h x 11.5” (32cm)w. Together with an Edwardian inlaid mahogany timepiece, with arched top and circular dial with Arabic numerals. On a moulded base with brass ball feet. 9” (24cm) x 6” (15cm). (2) €40.00-€60.00 80A A CANTONESE PORCELAIN TEAPOT, twentieth century, with swing basket handles; together with a blue and white chinese dish, twentieth century with figures fishing at a bridge, 9” (23cm) high; a small Japanese Imari dish, 8.25” (21cm) high; a small Chinese brass censer 3” (8cm) high); and a blue and white ming type bowl, decorated with foliage, 6” (15cm) high. (5) €0.00-€0.00 81 AN UNUSUAL CREAM AND RELIEF MOULDED PORCELAIN BASE FILLING WATER DROPPER, with fixed handle and fitted lid. Spout in the form of a temple lion, bulbous body with floating ducks and water lilies. On stem base with double piercing. 7.5” (19cm) high. (1) €100.00-€200.00 82 A TURQUOISE GROUND CRACKLEWARE CERAMIC FIGURE OF A SEATED BUDDHA holding right arm up. 13” (33cm) high. (1) €100.00-€150.00

86 86 A GOOD CIRCULAR CHINESE FENG SHUI WOODEN COMPASS. Late nineteenth century. 8.25” (21cm) high. In linen case. (1) €180.00-€250.00 87 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) €60.00-€90.00 88 A CHINESE BRONZE CENSER WITH DOUBLE SWING HANDLE AND PIERCED COVER, stamped. Together with a circular Chinese bronze mirror, chased in high relief with mythical birds, beasts and scrolling vines. 6.75” (17cm) high. And a small Chinese bronze skillet on three legs with two handles. (3) €100.00-€150.00


92 A CHINESE CARVED SOAPSTONE SEAL. Of oval form, surmounted with a recumbent temple lion. Inscribed. 3.5” (9cm) high. (1) €100.00-€150.00 93 A CHINESE CARVED LIGHT JADE BI DISC. In the form of an axe head with comb shaped sides, chased with scrolls. 3” (7.5cm) diameter. Together with a carved and pierced jadeite figural pendant. 4.5” (11.5cm) high. (2) €150.00-€250.00 94 TWO SIMILAR CHINESE WHITE HAND STONE BI DISCS. Each 6” (15cm) diameter. (2) €80.00-€120.00 89 A TANG DYNASTY TERRACOTTA FEMALE ATTENDANT TOMB FIGURE with two colour glaze. Sleeves with narrow sleeve terminals and long robe showing feet and hollow body on square base. 9” (23cm) high. (1) €300.00-€400.00

90 90 A LARGE NINETEENTH CENTURY CHINESE BRONZE PIN LOCK with engraved floral decoration and steel pin with key. 6.5” (16cm) long. Together with three similar graduating dittos With keys. 4.75 (12cm), the smallest. (4) €150.00-€220.00 91 A PAIR OF CHINESE WHITE METAL SEALS. Each in the form of a seated temple lion on oval base. 2.25” (6cm) high. Together with a Chinese brass and turned wooden back scratcher with Buddha finial. 11” (28cm) high. (3) €100.00-€150.00


99 A LARGE GOOD QUALITY NINETEENTH CENTURY CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE DRAGON VASE. Decorated with two dragons amongst foliage. Temple lion handles. Shoulder overlaid with lizards in relief. 24” (61cm)h. (1) €200.00-€300.00 100 A HAN STYLE BRONZE MODEL OF THE GANSU FLYING HORSE trekking on a flying swallow. 13” (33cm) high x 19” (48cm) wide. Perfectly balanced. Together with two smaller models. (3) €180.00-€250.00 101 A NINETEENTH CENTURY CHINESE CRACKLEWARE VASE, of baluster form, on flared foot. 7.75” (20cm) high. (1) €150.00-€250.00 102 AN UNUSUAL EIGHTEENTH CENTURY CHINESE GREEN TREACLE GLAZED STONEWARE VASE. Deep seal mark to base, cracked and repaired with staples. 10” (26cm) high. (1) LOCATION KUANGTUNG POTTER KO MING_hsiang - a quite famous potter who also had a well known brother potter - mid-1700’s €200.00-€300.00

96 96 A CHINESE CARVED WHITE HAND STONE DOUBLE DRAGON BI DISK. 8.5” (22cm) high x 6” (15cm) diameter. (1) €200.00-€300.00 97 FIVE ASSORTED CHINESE ARCHAIC STYLE BRONZE MIRRORS AND PANELS. Various shapes and sizes. (5) €70.00-€100.00 98 A CHINESE WHITE METAL OPIUM PIPE. Body etched with figures in a landscape and the opposing side with calligraphy. Together with a small faux ivory bust of a Buddha head. And a small carved soapstone model of a turtle. As is. (3) €70.00-€120.00


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110 A VERY ATTRACTIVE NINETEENTH CENTURY CHINOISERIE LACQUERED LADIES WORK TABLE. Shaped top, profusely decorated with figures going about their everyday work. Unusual stained mother of pearl panels, intricately decorated with various scenes. Lift top opening to reveal a very attractive interior, with various lidded compartments and lift out tray with thread spools etc. Underside of the top fitted with a mirror, raised on turned decorated supports united by a turned stretcher and four temple lion mask terminals. 26” (66cm) wide. (1) €1,000.00-€1,200.00

103 A GOOD EIGHTEENTH CENTURY CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE SWATOW PORCELAIN BOWL. 7” (17.5cm) diameter. And another smaller, similar ditto. (2) €200.00-€300.00 104 A GOOD EIGHTEENTH CENTURY BLUE AND WHITE SWATOW PORCELAIN BOWL. 6.5” (16.5cm) high (2) €150.00-€250.00 105 AN EIGHTEENTH CENTURY CHINESE PARTLY CRACKLE GLAZED POTTERY VASE, of baluster form, applied with three creeping lizards. 7.75” (20cm) high. (1) €150.00-€250.00 106 A NINETEENTH CENTURY CHINESE BALUSTER SHAPED ‘CLOBBERED’ JAR AND COVER. Various panels decorated with figures on an all over floral pattern. 8” (20cm) high. (1) €100.00-€200.00 107 AN OCTAGONAL SHAPED CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE NANKING WARMING PLATE. With hot water cavit, decorated with river landscape and boats. 10.25” (26cm) wide. (1) €80.00-€90.00


108 A JAPANESE SATSUMA VASE. Decorated with warriors and stylised elephant mask handles. 15” (38cm) high. (1) €150.00-€180.00 109 A VERY LARGE JAPANESE IMARI PORCELAIN VASE, with ripple moulded flaring neck and baluster shaped body. Decorated in typical palette. Panels with noble figures, interiors and on balconies. On an iron red, green, floral ground with birds. 30.25” (78cm) high. Together with a Chinese cherry wood vase or jardinièe stand. Circular leaf moulded top, with marble inset, above a carved and pierced floral apron and raised on four cabriole legs. 36” (92cm) high, 67” (170cm) high overall. (2) €1,500.00-€1,700.00



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111 A GOOD QUALITY NINETEENTH CENTURY CHINESE LACQUERED AND CHINOISERIE DECORATED CHAMFER WOOD CHEST. With lift top, on a base with one long and two short drawers. On a base with bracket feet, the sides applied with four heavy brass carrying handles. 49” (125cm) wide. (1) €500.00-€800.00 112 THREE ASSORTED NINETEENTH CENTURY CHINESE POTTERY BLUE AND WHITE GINGER JARS. Various decorations. 5.5” (14cm) high, the largest. (3) €70.00-€120.00

116 AN EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY CHINESE ADVERTISING SCROLL, for ‘Ruby Queen Cigarettes’ by W.D and H.O Wills, Bristol and London, depicting a noble figure and attendants. In full colour. 35” (89cm) high x 14” (36cm) wide. Together with another colourful advertising scroll for ‘Bridge and Red Lion Cigarettes’ with noble family and attendants. 21” (53cm) high x 29” (74cm) wide. One other vintage poster for ‘Legation and Double Crane Magnum Cigarettes’. (3) €150.00-€200.00

113 A LATE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY CHINESE PORCELAIN JAR, of bulbous form, decorated with three figures on a balcony. 4.5” (11.5cm) high. (1) €80.00-€150.00

120 A CHINESE SCROLL PAINTING, ‘Shrubs on a Rocky Patch’. Signed and inscribed. 27” (69cm) high x 13” (33cm) wide. And another colourful Chinese scroll painting depicting a noble woman in an interior. Signed and inscribed. 30” (76cm) high x 14” (35cm) wide. (2) €150.00-€200.00

121 121 AN EIGHTEENTH CENTURY CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE GINGER JAR. Decorated with stylised flowers and trellis panels. 9” (23cm) high. And another similar jar, decorated with a figure fishing by the sea near dwellings. 8” (20cm)high. (2) €150.00-€180.00 122 A MODERN NANJING BROCADE SCROLL. In presentation case, with cert etc. And five modern colourful scrolls. Various sizes. (6) €70.00-€90.00 117

114 114 AN EIGHTEENTH CENTURY BLUE AND WHITE BALUSTER SHAPED VASE. Decorated all over with scrolling foliage, 10” (26cm) high. (1) €180.00-€220.00 115 TWO CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE GINGER JARS. Late eighteenth century, one decorated with three figures on a balcony, the other with a figure by the coast. 5.5” (14cm) high, the largest. (2) €80.00-€100.00

117 A CHINESE VINTAGE POSTER, for ‘Nataman Cigarettes’ with a scene in colour depicting warriors battling by a castle gate and two noble women in rickshaws, 30” (76cm) high x 20” (51cm) wide; and two others depicting Chinese folklore scenes, advertising ‘Legation and Gold Ber Cigarettes’; and other, all approximately 30” (70cm) high x 20” (51cm) wide. (4) €200.00-€300.00 118 A TWO COLOURED PRINTED CHINESE ADVERTISING SCROLLS, for Socony Standard Oil, Co. New York, with calendars, each depicting a landscape; together with two calligraphy scrolls. (4) €70.00-€90.00 119 A LATE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE GINGER JAR AND COVER, decorated with stylised foliage and trellis panels. 9.75” (25cm) high. (1) €150.00-€220.00

123 123 A HEAVY NINETEENTH CENTURY CHINESE BALUSTER SHAPED BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN JAR. Floral decoration and red seal mark to base. 7” (18cm) high. Together with a small blue and white jar. 5.5” (14cm) high. (2) €80.00-€120.00 124 A COLLECTION OF BLACK AND WHITE PHOTOS, depicting Mao Zedong as a young man and in his later years. (Approximately 5) €100.00-€200.00 9

125 A CHINESE COLOURED VINTAGE ADVERTISING POSTER, ‘The Texas Company’ - Texaco with World Map, depicting oil fields, dock scene, products, refineries etc. Lithograph by The South China Morning Post Ltd., Hong Kong. 30” (76cm) high x 19” (49cm) wide. (1) €100.00-€200.00

130 TWO EIGHTEENTH CENTURY CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN JARS, one with allover scrolling foliage. 6” (15cm) high. The other with stylised foliage. 7.5” (19cm) high. (2) €140.00-€160.00 131 A PAIR OF CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN PLAQUES. Each decorated with an erotic scene. 6.75in (17cm)h x 4.5in (12cm). (1) €80.00-€100.00 132 AN EARLY CHINESE TALL SQUARE TOP AND RED LACQUERED CENTRE TABLE, with turned round legs, headed with pierced spandrels. 34” (86cm)h x 37” (94cm). (1) €300.00-€400.00



126 (detail) 126 A CHINESE BILINGUAL BAMBOO SLIP SCROLL with ‘The Art of War’ chapters 1-13, in presentation case. Together with a cased celadon porcelain flask from Xiaotang porcelain Kiln after the Sang Dynasty (960-1279), good fortune vase. 7” (18cm) high in fitted case. AND, a rectangular Chinese blue and white two compartment casket shaped ink box, 6” (15cm) high. (3) €80.00-€90.00


127 A SET OF FOUR LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY CHINESE PAINTINGS ON LINEN, depicting battle scenes. Another, depicting noble figures in an interior. Another with two figures arguing and a warrior on a roof above. And one other. All with calligraphy and inscription. 20” (51cm) high x 17.5” (44cm) wide. (4) €200.00-€300.00 128 A 1966 CHINESE PICTORIAL MAGAZINE OF COMMUNIST PARTY OF CHINA. Eight central committee II, Plenary meeting Gazette, with numerous images of Mao Zedong on various travels through China and various others. Images in colour and mono, depicting the various villages, towns and people of China. Jiefangjun Huabao. Together with two first day of issue stamps, commemorating the centenary of Mao Zedong’s birth, 1893-1993. Total face value 1.20 yuan, on original envelope. A clipping from the China Daily, December 27th 1993, with an article on the stamps. A Chinese advertising pamphlet for Hatamen Cigarettes with various Chinese tables and games. National Central China Book Year. And another book fold with calligraphy and a diagram showing the (evo) of the Chinese for the last four millenniums. (5) €150.00-€200.00 129 TWO NINETEENTH CENTURY CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE GINGER JARS, one decorated with numerous figures in a coastal scene. 8” (20cm) high. The other a coastal scene. 7” (18cm) high. (2) €80.00-€150.00

133 AN EARLY CHINESE GILT BRONZE FIGURE OF A SEATED BUDDHA holding his right hand to his right ear and holding a container in his left arm. Seated on a deer pelt with head and antlers on an oval base, the underside of the base with a leaf impression. Possibly Ming. 6” (15cm) high. (1) €500.00-€700.00 134 AN EARLY BRONZE AND GILT BRONZE FIGURE of the Buddha Shakyamuni. Seated with legs crossed holding bowl in both hands, his robe overlaid with numerous phoenixes. On a lotus type base, six character mark or inscription on reverse of base. 8.25in (21cm). (1) €300.00-€500.00






136 A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE KRAAK STYLE PORCELAIN DISH. Nineteenth century. Decorated with a man carrying a branch with fruiting pomegranate in a landscape. Border decorated with boats, figures and foliage. 10.5” (27cm) high. (1) €400.00-€500.00


137 A RARE OLYMPIC TORCH FOR 2008 BEIJING GAMES. On original glass stand. In wooden case. 27.5” (70cm) high. (1) €1,800-€2,500

140 138 138 A VERY UNUSUAL LARGE BLONDASHINE CHINESE BOWL, with two five claw dragons, 8” (20cm) high x 6” (41cm) diameter. (1) €1,000.00-€1,200.00

140 (detail) 140 AN UNUSUAL CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN DISH, decorated with flying bats and temple lions, on a white ground, inside a greek key yellow border, six character red mark to base, 10” (26cm) high. (1) €800.00-€1,000.00

139 139 A VERY LARGE CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE BOTTLE VASE, decorated with pomegranates hanging from trees, and flying bats, 20” (51cm) high. (1) €10,000.00-€15,000.00



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142 A VERY UNUSUAL SMALL CHINESE PORCELAIN DOUBLE GOURD GREEN GROUND VASE, decorated with gilt sprays of flowers and scrolling foliage, impressed seal mark to base, 5.25” (13cm). (1) €400.00-€500.00

143 A VERY UNUSUAL NINETEENTH CENTURY CHINESE CARVED AND PIERCED CHERRY WOOD OVER BED, the arched top with open scrolling foliage, and with six decorated porcelain panels, the frieze carved with eight immortals to the centre, standing by an alter, and other figures and animals to either side, carved in high relief. 23” (59cm) high x 75” (192cm)wide. (1) €600.00-€800.00

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141 (detail) 141 A VERY UNUSUAL GILT SPECKLED GLAZED BROWN CHINESE PORCELAIN POT OR BOWL, with square gilt seal mark to base, 5.5” (14cm) high. (1) 1,000.00-€1,500.00 144 A VERY RARE CHINESE RHINOCEROS CARVING, c.24,800 B.C., from the woolly rhino (Coelodonta Antiquitatis), modelled as a standing immortal, with long beard and wearing a flowing gason, 6.5” (27cm) high, excluding stand. Provenance: Purchased by the present owner in an antique shop in Morocco 2006. After research and radiocarbon dating, it revealed the material was in fact rhino horn and the specimen was 24,800years old. The woolly rhinoceros is an extinct species and was common throughout europe and northern asia during the pleistocene epoch and survived the last glacial period. A certificate of radiocarbon dating and material description accompanies this lot. €20,000.00-€30,000.00 145 AN UNUSUAL SET OF FOUR NINETEENTH CENTURY CHINESE MOTHER OF PEARL INLAID WOODEN PANELS, each inlaid with two of the eight Chinese Immortals, a group of legendary Xian in Chinese Mythology, each con bestow life or destery evil, 22” (56cm) high x 6” (15cm) wide, in moulded frames. (4) €600-€800


146 JAMES HALL FLACK (1941), ‘Late Summer Evening’ watercolour, studio label verso and signed 1982, 10.5” (27cm) high x 7” (18cm) wide; together with another watercolour, ‘Bogland Summer Evening’, also signed 1982, 7” (17.5cm) high x 10.75” (27cm). (2) €150.00-€200.00 147 MICHAEL MULCAHY (B. 1952) , abstract, untitled, watercolour on paper, 28” (71cm) high x 39” (99cm) wide. (1) €200.00-€300.00

154 AN EIGHTEENTH CENTURY STYLE ELM AND ASH DRESSER, O.R.M. Moulded cornice above three shelves, on a base with three frieze drawers and two cupboard doors, flanking three further drawers. 60” (153cm) wide. (1) €200.00-€300.00


155 TWO BRASS PRESERVING PANS. Each with iron handle. Together with six tubular brass counter top rails or columns. AND a modern brass standard lamp. (9) €70.00-€90.00 156 AN EDWARDIAN WALNUT DRESSING TABLE. With centre swing frame mirror on railed supports. Two drawers flanked to either side with two arched and bevelled mirror panels, on a base with two long and two short drawers. Raised on bracket feet. 45” (114cm) wide. (1) €100.00-€200.00

148 JAMES HALL FLACK (1941), ‘Morning Light in Water’ watercolour, signed with studio label verso and dated 1982, panoramic lake scene, 7.25” (18cm) high x 22” (56cm) wide. (1) €180.00-€250.00

150 JAMES HALL FLACK (1941), ‘Brooks and Woodland Pool near Roundstone’, watercolor, signed, also studio label verso dated 1997, 14.25” (36cm) high x 22” (56cm) wide. (1) €200.00-€300.00 151 AN INLAID GEORGIAN PERIOD MAHOGANY SLOPE FRONT BUREAU, the interior nicely fitted with drawers, pigeon holes and a centre cupboard door, inset with a tooled leather writing surface, above four long graduating drawers, raised on bracket feet, 45” (114cm) wide. (1) €380.00-€550.00 152 A VERY ATTRACTIVE LARGE OVAL PEDESTAL WRITING DESK, the oval moulded top with a tooled leather inset and seven panels, above three frieze drawers to either side, raised on two pedestals, each with three drawers and a cupboard door in the form of mock drawers, and raised on a shaped plinth, the top 71” (180cm) high x 45” (115cm) wide. (1) €700.00-€1,100.00

149 149 MARK O’NEILL (1963), ‘Still Life, a Chair with Cushion and Two Books’ oils on board, signed and dated 1994 lower right, 13.5” (34cm) high x 9.5” (24cm)wide. (1) €2,000.00-€3,000.00


153 A WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE. Attributed to Mack, Williams & Gibton. Rectangular top above a long frieze drawer above recessed shelves, flanked with sea scroll pillars raised on an inverted breakfront plinth. 36 1/2” x 43” (93cms x 110cms). (1) €150.00-€220.00

157 A VICTORIAN FOLD-OVER ROSEWOOD TEA TABLE of rectangular form with upward tapering stem. On quatrefoil base and bun feet. 36” (91cm). (1) €150.00-€250.00 158 A REGENCY PERIOD MAHOGANY BREAKFAST TABLE, with circular moulded top on a tripod base. Ring turned stem and brass castors. 54” (137cm) wide. (1) €200.00-€300.00 159 A VERY ORNATE CARVED VICTORIAN ANGLO-INDIAN SETTEE. Of serpentine form, the top rail carved and pierced with scrolling foliage. With two large splats and a smaller splat with conforming carving above a padded serpentine fronted seat. On leaf scroll legs headed with lion masks. (1) €400.00-€600.00 160 A LATE WILLIAM IV OR EARLY VICTORIAN MAHOGANY BOOKCASE. With moulded cornice above two glazed doors flanked to either side with a turned column. On a conforming base with two solid panels, flanked with conforming panels. Raised on a plinth base. 62” (157cm)w. (1) €200.00-€400.00 161 TWO SIMILAR AFRICAN TRIBAL EMBOSSED COPPER PANELS. (2) €30.00-€50.00


162 A NINETEENTH CENTURY BURMESE HIGH BALLOON-BACK OCCASIONAL CHAIR. Profusely carved and pierced with birds and scrolling foliage, above a circular seat, covered in floral tapestry. Raised on front shaped legs, in the form of mythical animals. (1) €100.00-€150.00 163 A VERY GOOD EARLY VICTORIAN MAHOGANY GENTLEMAN’S LINEN CUPBOARD. Moulded cornice above two arched mirror panel doors, enclosing five linen slides, on a chest base, with two long and two short drawers. Raised on a plinth. 52” (132cm) wide. (1) €300.00-€500.00

168 DAVID LLOYD SMITH (BORN 1944), ‘Portrait of Semi Nude Woman Seated’. And. another similar, ‘Woman reclining in Lingerie’, one signed. 13.5” (34cm) high x 16.5” (42cm) wide. (2) €100.00-€150.00 169 DAVID LLOYD SMITH (BORN 1944), ‘Street Scene’. Oils on canvas board. 11.75” (30cm) high x 9.5” (24cm) wide. (1) €80.00-€120.00 170 DAVID LLOYD SMITH (BORN 1944), ‘Cathedral Interior with Red Drapes’. Oils on canvas. 11.5” (29cm) high x 15.5” (39cm) wide.(1) €80.00-€150.00

176 DAVID LLOYD SMITH (BORN 1944), ‘His Royal Highness George Prince of Wales’ black and white engraving, in attractive gilt frame. (1) €80.00-€150.00 177 DAVID LLOYD SMITH (BORN 1944), ‘Ballerina in Blue Dress’, and it’s companion ‘Ballerina in Red and Black Dress’, both signed, oil on board, a pair, uniformly framed, 13.5” (34cm) high x 10” (25cm) wide. (2) €200.00-€300.00 179 ANN WRIGHT (BORN 1945), ‘St. Peter’s Port at Guernsey’, oils on board, 6.5” (17cm) high x 7.5” (19cm) wide. (1) €60.00-€90.00

171 DAVID LLOYD SMITH (BORN 1944), ‘Bayswater Road London’. Oils on canvas. Signed lower right. 7.25” (19.5cm) high x 7.5” (19cm) wide. Together with another painting by the same hand, ‘Venetian Street Scene with Figures’. 9.75” (25cm) high x 7.75” (20cm) wide.(2) €100.00-€200.00 172 A LIMITED EDITION BLACK AND WHITE LITHOGRAPH BY JANET MCLAUGHLIN, ‘Munch’ number 38 out of 75. Dated 1988. Depicting equestrian scenes. Together with a pair of North American equestrian pictures, black and white prints. And a large coloured print, after George Morland, ‘The Blind Man’s Buff’. (4) €60.00-€90.00

164 164 ALFRED EDWARD BORTHWICK (1871-1955), ‘Portrait of a Lady in Green Dress. Signed lower left, 29.5” (75cm) high x 21.5” (56cm) wide. (1) €200.00-€300.00 165 DAVID LLOYD SMITH (BORN 1944), ‘Old Farmhouse with Chickens’, oils on canvas board. 8” (20cm) high x 12” (31cm) wide. Together with another painting by the same hand, ‘Street Scene with Figures and Red Door’, oils on canvas. 8” (20cm) high x 9.5” (25cm) wide. (2) €0.00-€0.00 167 DAVID LLOYD SMITH (BORN 1944), ‘French Street Scene with Figures Outside a Restaurant’, oils on canvas board. Signed lower left. 17.5” (45cm) high x 24” (61cm) wide. €150.00-€250.00

173 DAVID LLOYD SMITH (BORN 1944), ‘Figures in a Bizarre with Central Column’ and another ‘A Venetian Scene with Figures on a Bridge’. Both oils on board, both signed. 6.75” (17.5cm) high x 10.5” (27cm) wide. (2) €150.00-€250.00 174 DAVID LLOYD SMITH (BORN 1944), ‘A Resting Ballerina in Black Dress’. Oil on board. 10” (25cm) high x 9” (23cm) wide. And one other painting by the same hand, ‘Chelsea Barracks London’ signed lower right. 11.5” (29cm) high x 15” (29cm) wide. (2) €80.00-€90.00 175 CIRCLE OF WILLIAM SHARE, ‘Beach Scene with Fisherfolk in Boats’, oils on canvas, 11.75” (30cm) high x 15.5” (40cm) wide. (1) €80.00-€120.00

180 180 A FINE FRENCH ORMOLU CLOCK. Pomms movement with silk suspension and outside count wheel. Enamel dial with Roman numerals. Signed, Boscheron A Liege. Top surmounted with a figure of Shakespeare with hand on library globe pointing at a book by his feet. Case applied with various trophies in assorted panels and a side with ornate scroll corbels with fruit swags. On an inverted breakfront plinth with scroll legs and grotesque masks. 20” (51cm) high x 15” (38cm) wide. (1) €1,300.00-€1,400.00


181 A SEVEN PIECE ENGLISH TOILET SET, decorated with pink flowers in transfer. Comprising basin and ewer, chamber pots, a pair of brush pots, a soap dish and a pair of similar candle sticks. (7) €50.00-€70.00 183 AN EARLY ENGLISH BLUE AND WHITE TOILET BOWL, decorated with figures and architecture. 17” (43cm) high. (1) €80.00-€120.00

187 A RELIEF-MOULDED JARDINIERE STAND of baluster form with shells and scrolls etc. in relief. 25” (64cm). (1) €40.00-€60.00 188 A LARGE ORIENTAL STYLE MACHINE MADE CARPET. All-over stylised pattern, rows of medallions, inside a triple border. 13ft 8” (416cm) long x 9ft 7” (292cm) wide. (1) €100.00-€200.00 189 A FINE CHINESE PART SILK CARPET. Colourful floral field within a conforming border. 10ft (305cm)h x 8ft(244cm)w. (1) €300.00-€500.00

197 A GOOD MAHOGANY BRASS INLAID CHIMING LONGCASE CLOCK. Swan neck pediment and central urn finial above an arched brass and silverised dial with roman and arabic numerals. Stamped, Joe Howell and Company Limited Cardiff, with strike silent to the arch. Flanked to either side with fluted and half-reeded pilasters above an arched trunk door. Flanked with rounded reeded corners on a moulded box base with bracket feet. 89” (226cm) high. (1) €3,800.00-€4,200.00 197

190 A PERSIAN HAMADAN RUG. With rows of cruciform medallions on a fawn ground inside a triple band border. 8ft1 (246cm) x 5ft3 (159cm). (1) €100.00-€150.00 191 AN IRON RED GROUND ORIENTAL CARPET. All over floral pattern inside an ivory turquoise border. 12ft6in (381cm) x 9ft4in (284cm). (1) €250.00-€300.00

184 184 A GOOD HEAVY PAIR OF WILLIAM KENT STYLE GILT AND GILT BRONZE WALL BRACKETS with moulded marble tops. Bracket with a leaf cast crest above a gilt leaf cast rectangular panel with double scroll and fluted front. All supporting a rectangular moulded shelf. (2) €1,100.00-€1,200.00

192 A FINE QUALITY HEAVY WOOL RUG. In the French style, light grey field with allover leaf sprays within an oval panel with leafy spandrels and three borders. 11ft 5” (347cm)l x 8ft 8” (264cm)w. (1) €300.00-€400.00 193 A RED GROUND AFGHAN DOUBLE KNOT CARPET, with two rows of octagons, inside a multi band border. 8ft (244cm) long x 5ft 9” (175cm) wide. (1) €200.00-€250.00

185 A SUITE OF FIVE ROCOCO STYLE CARVED GILTWOOD WALL BRACKETS, O.R.M. Each top of serpentine form on leaf scroll brackets. Together with two other earlier dittos. Various sizes. (7) €80.00-€120.00

194 A LARGE DARK RED GROUND BOKHARA CARPET, with rows of small medallions, inside a wide four-band red border. 11ft4 (345cm)l x 8ft2 (249cm)w. (1) €150.00-€250.00

186 A PAIR OF CAST BRASS FURNITURE MOUNTS OR WALL APPLIQUES. Each crested with a torch and a quiver of arrows and a ribbon bow, above a central roundel and urn finials. 8” (20cm) high x 5” (13cm) wide. AND, another similar brass cartouche of stylised shell form with scrolling foliage. 15.25” (39cm) high. (3) €80.00-€150.00

195 A FINE PERSIAN MASHAD CARPET. Dark burgundy ground with floral medallion and all-over floral pattern, in conforming spandrels, inside a large border with two smaller bands. 11ft 1” (228cm) long x 8ft 9” (236cm) wide. (1) €450.00-€500.00



200 A GEORGE IV PERIOD IRISH MAHOGANY TWO DOOR GENTLEMAN’S LINEN CUPBOARD. Probably by Williams and Gibton. One door struck with the letter and digits, B. 3065. The top with a gadroon edge over two panel doors. Raised on short turned legs. 40” (102cm) w. (1) €150.00-€250.00 197 (detail)

202 A GOOD FRENCH BRASS FIVE GLASS CARRIAGE CLOCK. By R. and Company Paris. With reeded swing handle, each corner with fluted pilaster and urn finial. 5.5” (14cm) high. (1) €300.00-€320.00 203 A BRONZE DOOR KNOCKER, in the form of a temple lion mask with ring. 9” (23cm) high. (1) €250.00-€300.00 204 HELEN COLVILLE (1856-1953), ‘Sundial in Colourful Garden’. Watercolour, signed with initials H.C., lower right, also inscribed verso. 18” (46cm) x 15” (38cm). (1) €150.00-€200.00 205 THOMAS RYAN, P.P.R.H.A (B.1929), “Colourful Garden with Boy”. oil on board. 8” (20cm)h x 9.5” (24cm)W. (1) €200.00-€300.00 206 A NINETEENTH CENTURY CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, ‘Still Life, Peaches, Apples, Grapes and Berries’. Oils on canvas. 13.5” (34cm) high x 9.5” (24cm) wide. (1) €150.00-€200.00 207 AN ATTRACTIVE BRONZE GROUP, modelled as a setter with pheasant, on rugged base, and raised on rectangular polished limestone plinth. 12” (31cm)w. (1) €150.00-€200.00

198 198 A VERY ATTRACTIVE WING ARM CHAIR. Late nineteenth century, probably Irish. Arch back crested with shell and leaf scrolls above a padded back, arm panels, wing panels and cushion seat. Arm terminals in the form of a grotesque mask, raised on grotesque maskheaded cabriole legs with ball and claw feet. (1) €900.00-€1,100.00 199 A QUANTITY OF MISCELLANEOUS SILVER PLATE WARE. Comprising a pair of nineteenth century rectangular entree dishes, covers and handles, each with double gadroon edge and conforming gadroon handle. 10.5” (27cm) wide. Together with a single larger rectangular crested ditto with ornate leaf cast handle and leaf cast edge. AND, an oval silver plated entree dish and cover, lacking handles. AND, another entree dish, cover and handle. AND, a triform silver plated three compartment serving pan, with turned wooden handle and bead edge raised on three scroll legs. (6) €80.00-€150.00

208 A LARGE COLLECTION OF REFERENCE BOOKS RELATING TO ARTS. Including Masterpieces of British Art by Foyle; Landmarks in Print Collecting, edited by Anthony Griffith; Dutch 17th and 18th century Paintings in the National Gallery of Ireland; Performing Arts, Michael Billington; The Art of the Old South by Jessie Poesch; Art Treasures of the World, Paul Hamlyn; French Art of the 18th Century; Encyclopedia of Modern Art; Flowers and Nature by Sam Miguel; Italian Painting, and others. (a lot) €40.00-€60.00 201 201 A VERY LARGE EARLY IRISH PUB ADVERTISING MIRROR for ‘Corbett’s Old Irish Whiskey, Belfast’ from Corbett and Company Proprietors, with trademark. 77” (196cm) high x 41” (105cm) wide. (1) €1,500.00-€2,000.00

209 A LARGE QUANTITY OF MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS, some reference books, histories, coffee table books, Encyclopaedia of Decorative Arts, Regency Style Gothic Architecture, Sculpting and Painting, The Times Atlas, two flip bound volumes of the Concise Oxford Dictionary, and other miscellaneous books. (a lot) €40.00-€60.00 17

211 THE GEORGIAN SOCIETY RECORDS. Eighteenth Century Domestic Architecture and Decoration in Ireland, 2 x Vol V. Printed for the Society at The Dublin University Press, by Ponsonby and Gibbs, 1913. (2) €80.00-€150.00 212 THE STUDY OF THE MANUSCRIPT. By Francis Henry with photography by John Kennedy. The Green Studio, Dublin. Printed and bound by Conzett and Huber, Zurich. 13.5” (34cm)h x 10.5” (27cm)w. (1) €40.00-€60.00 215 E. BENEZIT. The Dictionary of Artists, Sculptors, Engravers, Etc. New Edition, 1966. 8 vols. A-Z, cloth bound. (8) €60.00-€90.00 216 A MODERN RECTANGULAR MAHOGANY OCCASIONAL TABLE, in the chippendale style, with gadroon edge, raised on four leaf capped cabriole legs, and ball and claw feet, 55” (140cm) wide. (1) €80.00-€150.00

221 A GOOD 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY PEMBROKE TABLE OR SOFA TABLE, in the manner of Thomas Hope, the top with two d-shaped flaps, inlaid and cross-banded in rosewood and satinwood, flanking two mock drawers on an x-shaped reeded frame, united by a turned stretcher, 40” (101cm). (1) €400.00-€700.00 222 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY PEMBROKE TABLE, with two oblong moulded flaps, flanking one mock and one frieze drawer, raised on a tapering octagonal stem with moulded collar, on concave quatrefoil platform with bun feet, 39” (99cm) high. (1) €150.00-€250.00 223 A FINE WATERFORD CRYSTAL NINE BRANCH CUT GLASS CHANDELIER, with triple gourd stem and a cut glass bowl, issuing the nine arms on two tiers, joined by festoons of buttons and lustre drops and prism terminal, approximately 28” (71cm) high. (1) €500.00-€800.00

218 ANGELA WOULFE (TWENTIETH AND TWENTY FIRST CENTURY), ‘Yellow House with Large Tree to Rear’ oils on canvas, signed lower left and dated 2001. 21.5” (54cm) high x 15.5” (40cm) wide; together with another large canvas, by Jean Ryan, ‘Lake Scene with Projecting Cliff’ signed, inscribed ‘HAKIZIMANA 2008’ 20” (51cm) high x 31.5” (80cm) wide; and another modern Irish oil painting by P. Aylward, ‘History Scene, with Town Beyond’ oils on board. 12” (30cm) high x 15.5” (40cm) wide. (3) €0.00-€0.00 219 RAOUL PARKSON, ‘Panoramic Coastal Scene’, oils on board. 19” (49cm) high x 37” (995cm) wide; together with another painting by Miles Chaffer, ‘Mystical’ oils on canvas, signed lower left, 12.25” (31cm) high x 17” (43cm) wide; a coloured lithograph, ‘Poppies’ indistinctly signed; a coloured print by a painting by Maura Flannery, ‘Abstract’; a coloured hunting print on canvas; and one other coloured print, ‘Huntsmen and Hounds’. (6) €150.00-€200.00 220 A BURGUNDY GROUND PERSIAN MASHAD CARPET, with all-over floral design, the centre medallion and conforming spandrels inside a wide border, with four bands, 11ft1 (338cm) x 7ft9 (236cm). (1) €200.00-€300.00


performing privately at the residences of the local protestant ascendancy. Through her connections, especially Bishop Knox’s funds, were procured to enable Ms Hayes to study under Antonio Sapio from April 1839 to August 1842. She performed for the first time at the Rotunda Hospital May 3rd 1839, at Sapio’s annual concert (now the Gate Theatre). She later sang at her native city Limerick, and frequently Dublin. She went to Paris in 1842, where she studied under Manuel Garcia. After a year he advised her to proceed to Italy. In Milan she became the pupil of Felice Ronconi. In June 1849 she sang before Queen Victoria at Buckingham Palace. The Queen requested an encore and she sang with a grin, the Irish rebellion song, ‘Kathleen Mavourneen’ After she appeared in concerts in Rome, London, Dublin, New York, Boston, Toronto, Philadelphia, Washington D.C., Charleston, Savannah, New Orleans, and over forty other locations in the Americas. She met presidents , statesmen and business leaders along the way. he then gave concerts in the Sandwich Islands (Hawaiian Islands), and Australia. She returned to England in 1856 after an absence of five years. In 1857 she married William Avery Bushnell, he soon fell into bad health, and died at Biarritz in France, July 2nd 1858, aged 35 years. She died in the house of a friend in Kent, 11th August 1861. Provenance: The Late Playwright and Novelist Mr Peter Walker Esq. and by repute originally from Shakenhurst Hall, Bayton, Worcestershire. €3,000.00-€4,000.00 225 A GOOD NINETEENTH CENTURY ANGLO INDIAN CARVED SANDALWOOD AND IVORY BANDED LADIES WORK BOX. Interior fitted with various compartments and a mirror. Carved with wild animals and birds amongst foliage. With conforming frieze, scrolling vines and arms. Raised on four lion carved ball and claw feet. 11” (29cm) wide. (1) €400.00-€450.00 226 A ROYAL WORCESTER SHELL FORM PARIAN VASE on coral stem. Circular foot applied with scrolling foliage and smaller seashells. 9” (22cm) high, (1) €150.00-€180.00

224 (see page 20/21) Lot 224: RICHARD BARTER (BORN C.1824, DIED 1896), CATHERINE HAYES (BORN 1818, DIED 1861), A FINE CARVED WHITE MARBLE BUST, head and shoulders, wearing her hair in a bun, with bead necklace and cross pendant, and a floral spray in her left hand, her shoulders covered with a shawl, signed verso Rich. Barter SC 1863, on turned sockle, 27.5” (70cm) high x 19.5” (50cm). (1) Catherine Hayes was world famous Irish soprano born to humble Irish parents, at No. 4 Patrick’s Street Limerick in 1838. Her local talents attracted the Church of Ireland Bishop of England, Edmund Knox, and she started

227 A CUT GLASS BRANDY URN AND COVER. With facet and other cut panels. Brass tap on domed stem base. 14” (36cm) high. (1) €200.00-€300.00 228 A STAFFORDSHIRE PEARLWARE GROUP. Modelled as an old woman seated pouring cider. On square base. 6.5” (16.5cm) high. (1) €100.00-€120.00 229 A STAFFORDSHIRE PEARLWARE FIGURE. Modelled as a hermit feeding a bird. On square base. 9.5” (24cm) high. (1) €150.00-€180.00


230 A STAFFORDSHIRE PEARLWARE GROUP. ‘The Proposal’. On rectangular base with canted corners. 9.5” (24cm) high. (1) €150.00-€180.00 231 A SET OF TWELVE TALL HEAVY CUT GLASS WINES, Galway crystal; a pair of engraved glass brandy balloons; a pair of Avoca blue hand made wine glasses and two other glasses. (a lot) €80.00-€120.00 232 A HEAVY EXTRA STRONG BRASS CLOCKWORK ROASTING SPIT. 14” (36cm) high. (1) €100.00-€120.00

237 AN OFFICER’S COURT SWORD. By Bride Charlies St. James’s, London. With scabbard, shell guard and gilt steel grip and vase shaped pommel. 39” (99cm)long overall. (1) €80.00-€150.00 238 A NINETEENTH CENTURY MILITARY PERCUSSION PISTOL. Probably German for the Chinese market. With 8” (20cm) barrel on three quarter walnut stock, with two metal bonds steel lock, the hammer in the form of a temple lion mask, brass trigger guard and butt cap. 14” (36cm ) long overall. (1) €150.00-€220.00

233, 236, 234, 235 233 A NINETEENTH CENTURY PERCUSSION DUELING PISTOL, with octagonal sighted steel barrel. 9” (23cm) long. Engraved sidelock, with brass tipped wooden ramrod, full walnut stock and engraved steel trigger guard. 14” (36cm) long overall. (1) €350.00-€450.00

241 SARAH HUTTON (B.1962), ‘Summers Haven’ signed in pencil, limited edition coloured lithograph, 75/95, 19.5” (50cm) high x 26” (66cm) wide. (1) €100.00-€200.00 242 SARAH HUTTON (B.1962), ‘Coastal Haunts One’ limited edition lithograph, 30/195, signed and inscribed in pencil, 16” (40cm) high x 12” (30cm) wide; and another lithograph, ‘Lands of Colour One’ limited edition, 14” (36cm) high x 34” (87cm) wide. (2) €200.00-€300.00 243 A FINE EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY LONG CASE CLOCK. Arched top with three urn finials, above a circular brass top. Signed, F. Gerrans of Wortley. Roman and Arabic numerals and subsidiary date aperture in the form of an arch. Inlaid hood above an arched and moulded trunk door with fluted canted pilasters. On a moulded box base with bracket feet. 7ft (214cm) high. (1) €2,800.00€3,200.00

234 A BELGIAN PINFIRE POCKET REVOLVER with folded trigger and two part grip. Barrel 2.5” (6.5cm) long with six chambers. 7” (18cm) long overall. (1) €100.00-€150.00 235 A BOX LOCK DOUBLE BARREL PERCUSSION POCKET PISTOL. Damascus barrels, 2.75” (7cm) long, with engraved steel lock, walnut stock and chequered grip. 7.25” (18cm) long overall.(1) €300.00-€350.00 236 AN UNUSUAL DOUBLE BARREL PERCUSSION BOX LOCK BELT PISTOL. Barrels 3.25” (8cm) long. Two part chequered grip. Engraved lock and concealed triggers with steel butt cap. 7” (18cm) long overall. (1) €300.00-€350.00

239 A RARE 19TH CENTURY IRISH LONGCASE REGULATOR, the arched and moulded top above a circular silverised dial, with Arabic and Roman numerals, signed Richard Craig of Dublin, with subsidiary for minutes and hours, above a nicely figured flame mahogany trunk door,flanked to either side with canted corners, on a conforming box base, with bun feet, 78” (198cm)h x 192 (49cm). (1) €1,400.00-€1,700.00

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Lot 224: RICHARD BARTER (BORN C.1824, DIED 1896), CATHERINE HAYES (BORN 1818, DIED 1861), A FINE CARVED WHITE MARBLE BUST, head and shoulders, wearing her hair in a bun, with bead necklace and cross pendant, and a floral spray in her left hand, her shoulders covered with a shawl, signed verso Rich. Barter SC 1863, on turned sockle, 27.5” (70cm) high x 19.5” (50cm). (1) Catherine Hayes was world famous Irish soprano born to humble Irish parents, at No. 4 Patrick’s Street Limerick in 1838. Her local talents attracted the Church of Ireland Bishop of England, Edmund Knox, and she started performing privately at the residences of the local protestant ascendancy. Through her connections, especially Bishop Knox’s funds, were procured to enable Ms Hayes to study under Antonio Sapio from April 1839 to August 1842. She performed for the first time at the Rotunda Hospital May 3rd 1839, at Sapio’s annual concert (now the Gate Theatre). She later sang at her native city Limerick, and frequently Dublin. She went to Paris in 1842, where she studied under Manuel Garcia. After a year he advised her to proceed to Italy. In Milan she became the pupil of Felice Ronconi. In June 1849 she sang before Queen Victoria at Buckingham Palace. The Queen requested an encore and she sang with a grin, the Irish rebellion song, ‘Kathleen Mavourneen’ After she appeared in concerts in Rome, London, Dublin, New York, Boston, Toronto, Philadelphia, Washington D.C., Charleston, Savannah, New Orleans, and over forty other locations in the Americas. She met presidents , statesmen and business leaders along the way. he then gave concerts in the Sandwich Islands (Hawaiian Islands), and Australia. She returned to England in 1856 after an absence of five years. In 1857 she married William Avery Bushnell, he soon fell into bad health, and died at Biarritz in France, July 2nd 1858, aged 35 years. She died in the house of a friend in Kent, 11th August 1861. Provenance: The Late Playwright and Novelist Mr Peter Walker Esq. and by repute originally from Shakenhurst Hall, Bayton, Worcestershire.


244 AN EARLY VICTORIAN GRAINED ROSEWOOD AND EBONISED THREE-TIER WHATNOT. Gothic style pierced brass three-quarter gallery and serpentine fronted shelves. On spiral reeded ebonised supports and turned legs. 41” (104cm) high, 21.5” (54cm) wide. (1) €80.00-€150.00 245 A FACSIMILE ADVERTISING SIGN, for Gallaghers Rich Dark Honeydew Tobacco’ in moulded frame (1) €60.00-€70.00 246 A HEAVY BRONZE VASE OF CAMPANA FORM. Relief moulded with classical figures on a flared fluted stem with square plinth. As is. 19” (48cm) high. (1) €500.00-€600.00 247 A KASMIR STYLE BOKHARA TYPE RED GROUND RUG. With four rows of octagons inside a conforming border. 5ft 8” (173cm) long x 3ft 10” (117cm) wide. (1) €120.00-€150.00 248 CIRCLE OF FRANCIS WHEATLEY (17471801), ‘Family Group at the Edge of a Wood’. Oils on canvas. 23.5” (59cm) high x 35” (89cm) wide. (1) €600.00-€700.00 249 A KASMIR STYLE RUG. With ivory, red and navy blue ground, and allover floral pattern with birds inside a wide red conforming border with five smaller bands. 7ft 9” (236cm) long x 5ft 1” (155cm) wide. (1) €160.00-€180.00 250 A FINE INLAID MAHOGANY IRISH PROVINCIAL LONGCASE CLOCK. By William Byrom, Cork. Arched and painted dial with Arabic numerals. Arch painted with a bird perched on a floral branch, flanked to either side with fluted columns. Below is an arched trunk door and reeded rounded pilasters. Raised on a moulded inlaid box base and bracket feet. 89” (226cm)h. (1) €500.00-€800.00 251 A LARGE GALLAGHERS RICHDOG HONEYDEW TOBACCO ADVERTISING MIRROR, with gold lettering. In ebonised frame. 64” (163cm) high x 39.5” (100cm) wide. (1) €400.00-€600.00



252 A REGENCY PERIOD INLAID MAHOGANY BOW FRONTED CHEST. Three long and two short drawers. Raised on bracket feet. 44” (112cm) wide. (1) €280.00-€350.00 253 A KASMIR STYLE IRON RED AND IVORY GROUND RUG. All-over floral pattern and conforming spandrels inside a wide navy border with four smaller bands. 8ft (172cm) long x 3ft 10” (117cm) wide. (1) €120.00-€150.00 254 A VICTORIAN EBONISED AND BRASS MOUNTED CREDENZA. Breakfront outline, applied with porcelain panels, each within a gilt brass frame. Centre door with an oval portrait plaque and crested with a ribbon bow in brass, inside a moulded brass frame and cross banding. Two bowed glazed doors to either side. Raised on a breakfront plinth. 39.5” (100cm) high, 5ft (152cm) wide. (1) €600.00-€900.00

255 A HEAVY JAPANESE BRONZE URN AND COVER. Nineteenth century. Cover with a man being attacked by an octopus and other smaller octopi, the body with swirling fish and further octopi on tapering body encrusted with shellfish. On a conforming tripod stand. 19” (49cm) high. (1) €1,300.00-€1,500.00 256 A LATE 19TH CENTURY FRENCH VARIEGATED MARBLE AND ORMOLUMOUNTED COLUMN PLINTH, c.1880. Square white marble top resting on an ornate ormolu Corinthian capital on a variegated marble stem. On ormolu mounted moulded square polished black lime stem block base. 46.5” (118cm) high. (1) €800.00-€1,200.00 257 A VERY ATTRACTIVE ROUGE, GREY AND WHITE MARBLE PLINTH. Square top and turned stem. On square block base, 41” (104cm) high. (1) €600.00-€900.00


266 19th CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL. Fisherfolk on a Beach by a Lighthouse. Oil on panel. 8.5”1cm) x 14”6cm). (1) €70.00-€90.00 267 DONALD McINTYRE (1923-2009). A Couple on a Beach, O.O.B. Signed with initial, DMC, lower right. 9.5in (24cm)h x 11.5in (29cm)w. (1) €60.00-€90.00 268 CHARLES W. OSWALD (19th/20 CENTURY). Highland Scene with Cattle by a Loch, and its companion, similar subject. O.O.C. A pair, unframed. 10in (25cm)h x 14in (36cm). (2) €60.00-€90.00 269 AN UNUSUAL PAIR OF REGENCY PERIOD FOUR PANEL FANS. Each panel with printed scene depicting landscapes, seascapes and other illustrations on a pierced background. One as is. 17in (43cm)h including handle. (2) €40.00-€60.00 270 Fergus O’Ryan R.H.A. A.N.C.A. (1911-1989) .”Continental Harbour Scene, with Lighthouse,” O.O.B. Signed. 5” x 6 1/2” (13cms x 7cms). (1) €150.00-€200.00 258 A GEORGE IV PERIOD OAK CUPBOARD. Over hanging moulded cornice above two sliding cupboard doors, each with four panels enclosing various shelves. On conforming base, with central drawer and cupboard. Flanked to either side with three long drawers and a further shallow drawer to the frieze and raised on bracket feet. 83” (210cm) high x 77” (196cm) wide. (1) €800.00-€1,500.00

262 A HEAVY SHEFFIELD SILVER PLATED FOUR BRANCH FIVE LIGHT CANDELABRUM, with leaf cast reeded scrolling arms. On a tapering stem and square serpentine shaped base. 19.25in (49cm)h. Together with a pair of silver plated candle sticks, 10in (26cm)h. AND, a modern silver plated rose bowl on stem base with pierced cover. 8in (20cm)h. (4) €80.00-€120.00

259 AFTER M. DOROTHY HARDY, The Loose Horse and The Favourite’s Down. A pair of coloured racing prints, each in attractive frame. 11.5in (29cm)h x 19.5in (50cm)w. (2) €40.00-€60.00

263 A COMPOSITION GILT VASE SHAPED TABLE LAMP. Modelled with four seated cherubs and four dolphin masks. On a circular turned marble base. 30in (76cm)h. (1) €40.00-€60.00

260 AN IRISH WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY DINING TABLE. Probably by Williams and Gibton. Moulded top with four spare leaves, raised on two telescopic sections, each with four turned legs. 10ft 3” (283cm) long x 4ft 4” (132cm) wide. (1) €800.00-€1,500.00

264 LATE 18TH CENTURY, PROBABLY IRISH SCHOOL, Portrait of a Young Lady, wearing a red dress and blue shawl. Oval pastel. 16.25in (42cm)h x 12.5in (32cm). (1) €150.00-€200.00

261 A SET OF TEN (8+2) MODERN ELM AND ASH PROVINCIAL STYLE KITCHEN OR DINING CHAIRS. Each with rattan back and seat, and raised on front square tapering legs. (10) €600.00-€800.00

265 TWO OLD ADVERTISING MIRROR FINGER PLATES, for Player’s Navy Cut Cigarettes. 9in(23cm)h x 3in (8cm). AND, another advertising glass panel for Players Cigarettes, with arched top. (3) €30.00-€50.00

272 A CIRCULAR 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY LAZY SUSAN, with circular dish top and baluster turned stem, on a circular moulded foot. 15in (38cm). (1) €80.00-€120.00 273 A VERY LARGE QUANTITY OF ENGLISH LEAD FARM ANIMALS. Pigs, cows, horses, goats, sheep, calves, foals, birds, dogs. Together with figures of farmers, garden sheds, wheelbarrows, various sizes, colors etc. Approx.180 pieces. (a lot) €150.00-€200.00 274 A HEAVY TWO-HANDLED SILVER PLATED TRAY with pierced foliate rim, (worn). 28in (72cm). (1) €60.00-€90.00 275 A PORCELAIN AND ORMOLU MOUNTED CAKE DISH, decorated with colourful flowers and birds within alternating panels of white and dark blue. Pierced swing handle with rose finial. 10” (25cm). (1) €60.00-€90.00


276 A SMALL BRASS LANTERN OR SIGNAL LAMP, with blue and ruby panels, and a swing handle. 6.75” (17cm). Together with a silver plated cafe au lait pot, with octagonal upward tapering body. AND, a brass lizard form paper weight. AND, two brass stemmed goblets or chalices. (5) €60.00-€90.00 290

277 A SMALL BRONZED METAL REPLICA OF THE WARWICK VASE, with interlaced handles applied with masks. 5.25” (13.5cm). (1) €80.00-€150.00 278 A RECTANGULAR CHINESE FAMILLE VERTE PORCELAIN PANEL, decorated with fish amongst seaweed and six rows of calligraphy. 14.5in (36cm)h x 10in (26cm). (1) €100.00-€150.00 279 A PAIR OF STAFFORDSHIRE FIGURES. 19th century. The Cobbler and his Wife. 6.5in (16.5cm). (2) €10.00-€15.00 280 A CIRCULAR VICTORIAN WALNUT MINIATURE FLIP-TOP BREAKFAST TABLE, on tripod base. 7.5” (19cm)w. A circular larger rosewood ditto on tri-form base. 10” (26cm)w. AND, another similar walnut miniature dining table. (3) €300.00-€400.00 281 A SQUARE MIRROR TABLE PLATEAU, with bevelled edges and flared base. 15in (38cm). (1) €20.00-€30.00 282 DESSERT WINE Chateau Pajzos - Tokaji Aszu 1988, (5 Puttonyos), 3 50cl bottles €200.00-€250.00 283 DESSERT WINE: Royal Tokaji Company - Tokaji Aszu 1990 (5 Puttonyos), 2 50cl bottles €200.00-€250.00 284 CHARLES HUNT (1803-1877). ‘The Young Crabbers’. Scene depicting two boys on a beach, one holding a crab gaff, the other with a crab. Signed lower left. Oils on panel. 23.5” (59cm) high x 17.25” (44cm) wide. (1) €2,000.00-€3,000.00

290 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN MAHOGANY AND SERPENTINE FRONTED IRISH CARD TABLES. Each fold-over top with the trade label, Strahan And Company Limited, Saint Stephens Green, Cabinet Makers and Upholsterers Dublin. Shaped frieze with central shell on two reticulated spiral reeded supports, and a quatrefoil base with down turned legs. Each 35.5” (90cm) wide. (2) €900.00-€1,100.00 284 286 A LATE 18TH CENTURY AND LATER DROPLEAF MAHOGANY OR RED WALNUT DINING TABLE, with demi-lune flaps. Raised on six tapering legs with pad feet. 68” (173cm) high, 46” (117cm) wide. (1) €150.00-€200.00

291 AN EBONISED AND PARCEL GILT TUB CHAIR, with arched and padded back crested with a shell. The guilloche moulded sides terminating in scroll arm fronts, above a breakfront seat, all covered in yellow fabric. Raised on turned and fluted legs. (1) €100.00-€200.00

287 A PAIR OF UNUSUAL FRENCH WALNUT FAUTILLS. Of unusually small size for children. Each with shield shaped moulded back and conforming shaped arms. Raised on moulded cabriole legs with padded back and seat and covered in yellow fabric. (2) €400.00-€450.00

292 A CIRCULAR CARVED WOODEN CENTRE TABLE. with glass top. Stem carved with a series of spreading leaf sprays and conforming circular moulded base. 40” (102cm) wide. (1) €200.00-€300.00

288 A VICTORIAN SERPENTINE SHAPED MAHOGANY SETTEE, with arched and button back. Conforming armrests and padded seat. On front cabriole legs. 82” (209cm). (1) €300.00-€400.00 289 A FINE IRISH VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD BREAKFAST OR CENTRE TABLE. Circular serpentine shaped moulded top. On reeded vase shaped stem, applied with three open scrolls. On an ornate tripod base with shaped scroll legs. Stamped ‘Strahan’ and struck with four digit number. 54” (137cm)w. (1) €1,200.00-€1,500.00

293 A PAIR OF VARIEGATED MARBLE URN SHAPED TABLE LAMPS, O.R.M. Each with ornate brass mounts and applied with caryatids, issuing floral swags. On a conforming base. 20” (51cm) high. (2) €250.00-€300.00 294 A WHITE CARVED MARBLE BUST OF A YOUNG WOMAN, head and shoulders, on dark marble sockel. 12.25” (32cm)h. (1) €100.00-€150.00 295 A GOOD REGENCY PERIOD MAHOGANY DINING ROOM ARMCHAIR. Reeded upper rail and leaf-moulded doublecircle cross rail, above an attractive seat. Covered in olive hide. Raised on front cabriole legs. (1) €100.00-€150.00

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296 A GOOD QUALITY MAHOGANY SUPPER TABLE. Shaped top with seven roundels carved with leaf sprays. Edge with ribbon and flower moulding. The flip top with a bird cage action on a fluted stem, with spiral reeded knop. Leaf carved tripod base. 29.5” (75cm) wide. (1) €400.00-€500.00

297 297 A FOLD OVER MAHOGANY TEA TABLE. Eighteenth century and later. Rectangular top with a ribbon and flower moulded edge, above a frieze drawer. On square tapering carved and moulded chamfered legs. 31.25” (80cm) wide. (1) €400.00-€500.00

299 AN OLD PERSIAN TABRIZ CARPET. Burgundy ground with all over floral pattern, inside an ivory border with smaller bands. 10ft 3” (312cm) long x 7ft 10 (238cm) wide (1) €350.00-€450.00

298 298 A PATENT ROYAL AUCTION FOLDING BRIDGE TABLE. Square folding top on X framed base. Green baize lined top with two glazed apertures. Each with a pull out slide for score sheets. Two nickel plate ashtrays with matching scratchers. A money slot and a storage drawer for extra cards. The top 30” (76cm) square.(1) €200.00-€300.00

300 A FINE ROSEWOOD AND MARQUETRY INLAID SHIELD SHAPED MIRROR WALL BRACKET. Moulded cornice above an inlaid frieze with central urn issuing sprays of bell flowers and ribbon bows, around an arched bevelled mirror plate. Lower bow fronted shelf. 45” (114cm) high x 26” (66cm) wide. (1) €450.00-€500.00 301 A PERSIAN MASHAD CARPET, with centre medallion, on an all over floral burgundy ground, within seven borders. 12ft 8” (386cm) long x 9ft 6” (290cm) wide. (1) €500.00-€600.00

303 AN ATTRACTIVE KASHMIR CARPET. Burgundy field with all-over floral design. Centre medallion and birds within ivory and navy spandrels, inside a large border with smaller bands. 8ft 8” (264cm) long x 6ft 4” (193cm) wide. (1) €300.00-€350.00 304 A FINE IRISH WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY SERVING BREAKFRONT TABLE. Shaped top with a gadroon edge. Raised on four heavy leaf carved cabriole legs, the front legs terminating in lion paw feet. 87” (221cm) wide. (1) €1,500.00-€2,000.00 305 NINETEENTH CENTURY ITALIAN SCHOOL. ‘View of the Bay of Naples, with Fishermen in Boats and a View of Vesuvius’. Gouache. Together with ‘A View of The Bay Area with Numerous Figures near the Villa Royal’ with further view of Vesuvius. Both gouache. 12” (30cm) high x 17” (43cm) wide, a pair. (2) €500.00-€700.00 25

306 NINETEENTH CENTURY ITALIAN SCHOOL. A pair of titled gouache views. ‘Camaldoli de la Torre’ and its companion ‘Isola Di Capri’. 12” (30cm) high x 17” (43cm) wide, a pair. (2) €500.00-€700.00 307 J. BIGET. Porcelain panel decorated with classical group fishing on a river bank. Unframed. 12” (30cm) high x 18” (46cm) wide. (1) €300.00-€400.00 308 WILLIAM SADER II (1782-1839). ‘The Crucifiction of Christ’ with cross and soldiers, holding halberts. Oils on panel. 7.75” (20cm) high x 6.25” ( 16cm) wide. (1) €200.00-€300.00 309 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS SILVER CASED GENTS POCKET WATCHES. Gold plated, nickel plated, silver cased, gun metal cased pocket watches. Various sizes. Thirteen in all. All as is. (13) €50.00-€70.00 310 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS MODERN LADIES WRIST WATCHES. Various makes, shapes and designs, approximately fourteen. (14) €40.00-€60.00 311 LEIGHLON R CRAM (AMERICAN 1895-1981), ‘River Landscape’. Oils on board. Signed lower left. Unframed. 10” (25cm) high x 14” (36cm) wide. (1) €150.00-€250.00

312 AN EARLY TO MID NINETEENTH CENTURY MISER’S PURSE. In mesh silk with gilt cut steel sequence, with two tassels and two lock rings. 17” (43cm) wide. (1) €80.00-€100.00 313 A NINETEENTH CENTURY MOTHER OF PEARL SILVER MOUNTED SNUFF BOX. Rectangular form with canted corners. The top, bottom and sides with engraved mother of pearl panels. 2.5” (6cm) wide. (1) €100.00-€120.00 314 A LOUIX XIV BRONZE MEDALLION, by Molart. Obverse with a view of Versailles. Inscribed ‘Colvit Magis Omnibus Unam’. The reverse with a bust of Louix XIV in profile relief, facing left. Also inscribed ‘Lvdovicvs Magnvs Rex Galliarvm Invictissimvs’. 3” (7.2cm) diameter. (1) €50.00-€70.00 315 AN ATTRACTIVE VICTORIAN LADIES SILVER CARD CASE. Birmingham, 1860. With bright cut floral panels. Silk lined interior. 4” (10cm) wide. (1) €150.00-€180.00

317 AN EARLY ENGLISH PEWTER CHALICE OR GOBLET, on turned stem base. 8” (20cm) high. (1) €80.00-€90.00 318 A GILT METAL AND TWO BOTTLE CRUET. Vine cast hinged spouts on a serpentine shaped stand. 10.25” (27cm) high. (1) €80.00-€150.00 319 AN IRISH GEORGE III BRIGHT CUT SILVER SUGAR BOWL. By James Le Bass, Dublin, 1818. Rectangular baluster form with serpentine bead moulded edge and two shaped handles. On four lion paw feet. 9” (23cm ) high. 253 g. (1) €180.00-€250.00


316 AN EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY CARTOUCHE SHAPED SILVER BRIGHT CUT LADIES PURSE with chain and ring suspender. Birmingham, 1918. Together with a German white metal mesh purse with expanding ring. Stamped, Germany. (2) €120.00-€150.00

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326 A CASED SET OF EIGHT VICTORIAN SILVER COFFEE SPOONS. And a matching sugar tongs. London, 1888. In fitted presentation case.(1) €60.00-€90.00 327 A SILVER PLATED AND CUT GLASS TABLE CENTRE. Cut glass bowl on a tri swan support, and tri form base. 11” (28cm) diameter, 10.25” (27cm) high. (1) €350.00-€400.00

320 320 A GOOD EARLY IRISH VICTORIAN SILVER PUMPKIN SHAPED TEA POT in the rococo style. By Robert Smith, Dublin, 1847. Chased with leaves and flower heads in relief and raised on four leaf scroll feet. 12.5” (32cm) high. 1051gr. (1) €450.00-€520.00

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321 321 A FINE IRISH GEORGE III PERIOD BRIGHT CUT SILVER TEA POT. By Gustavus Byrne, Dublin, 1811. Rectangular baluster form with bead moulded serpentine shaped edge. On ball feet. 680g. (1) €300.00-€500.00

322 322 AN UNUSUAL PAIR OF VICTORIAN SILVER BALUSTER SHAPED BOWLS. Each chased in relief with tavern scenes, after David Jenkins. Each raised on conforming figural feet, by F.B. Thomas, Bond Street, London, 1876. 309g. (2) €250.00-€320.00

323 AN EIGHTEENTH CENTURY IRISH SILVER TWO HANDLED SUGAR BOWL. Struck with the initials, G.B, probably George Beere, c.1745. Chased with flowers and birds on three shaped legs. 211g. Together with a helmet shaped silver sauce boat, Dublin, 1966. With 1916-66 commemoration mark. By Weir, Dublin. (2) €200.00-€250.00

328 A VERY GOOD HEAVY PAIR OF NINETEENTH CENTURY TWO BRANCH, THREE LIGHT SILVER PLATED CANDELABRA. Each with leaf cast reeded arms. On a tapering leaf moulded stem and conforming circular fluted foot. 25” (64cm) high. (1) €650.00-€700.00 329 A FINE CASED SET OF SIX SILVER MOUNTED COFFEE CUPS AND SAUCERS and a set of six matching silver coffee spoons. The dark blue and gilt decorated cups by Cauldon China, England. The silver with Sheffield hall marks. (1) €450.00-€470.00

324 A RECTANGULAR MAHOGANY AND BRASS BOUND CIGAR HUMIDOR. Interior with brass plaque inscribed ‘Selected from the Dunhill Humidor’ and with nickel plated cigar cutter. 16” (41cm) high x 11” (27cm) wide. (1) €100.00-€200.00 325 A RARE AND PROBABLY UNIQUE SET OF FIVE ETCHED SILVER PORTRAIT PANELS. By Larry Canning, depicting historic figures that shaped Irish history. Henry Grattan, Daniel O’Connell, Charles Stuart Parnell, James Dillon and Michael Davitt. Each, 6” (15cm) high x 4” (10cm)w. Each with 19 +3 EEC commemoration mark, all inscribed verso and with corresponding scroll outlining biography on each subject. Combined silver weight 720gr. 250oz. All in blue silk lined fitted case. €700.00-€800.00


336 A PAIR OF MODERN SILHOUETTE PROFILE PORTRAIT PRINTS depicting Peter and Celia Montague. A pair of larger coloured portrait prints, one depicting a lady, the other a young girl. A miniature portrait of a young girl and one other miniature portrait. (6) €80.00-€120.00

330 330 A GEORGE III CRESTED SILVER ASPARAGUS TONGS. By Robert Cruickshank, London. c.1800. 11in (28cm). 151g. (1) €140.00-€160.00 331 A THREE PIECE ART DECO MACHINE TURNED SILVER GROOMING SET comprising two brushes and a mirror. Together with another silver backed and monogrammed brush. AND an oval silver mounted cut glass jar. AND, one other hand mirror. (6) €70.00-€120.00

341 A LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY BONE HANDLED HEAT SCREEN FAN. Mixed lot. Oval needlework panel in cutout vine frame. Together with a pair of Staffordshire flower-form vases. An asparagus dish. A small porcelain meat pot. A Staffordshire cow creamer and other miscellaneous items. (a lot) €30.00-€50.00

338 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS PORCELAIN AND OTHER TRINKETS comprising Staffordshire models of sheep. A small Staffordshire model of young boy holding a basket of flowers. A silver and enamel powder pot. A silver and yellow enamel ditto. Various other porcelain pots and covers, etc. (a lot) €80.00-€150.00 339 AFTER LOUIS FRANCOIS ROUBILIAC (16951762). ‘Oliver Cromwell’. Eighteenth century oval bronze relief profile portrait relief in leaf crest bronze frame with ribbon crest. 8.5in (22cm) high x 5.5in (14cm) wide. (1) €800.00-€1,200.00

342 A GARNITURE OF THREE INDIAN SILVER STEMMED BOWLS. By Grish Chunder Dutt. Calcutta. c. 1900. Each piece chased with rural scenes with figures in fields and homes going about their daily chores. A pair and one larger. The pair measuring 4.5” ( 11cm) high. All stamped, Grish. Combined weight 512g. (3) €250.00-€350.00

332 A VICTORIAN SILVER CREAM JUG, with scroll handle and stem base. Together with an early twentieth century Sheffield silver christening mug. On stem base. (2) €80.00-€150.00 333 A COLLECTION OF MINIATURE PRINTS depicting various subjects, portraits, landscapes, religious scenes, etc. Each in attractive frame. (13) €70.00-€90.00 334 NINE MISCELLANEOUS MINIATURES. Georgian and Nineteenth Century. Various sitters, some silhouette. (9) €70.00-€90.00 335 A CASED SET OF SIX MODERN SHEFFIELD SILVER COFFEE SPOONS. A cased set of ten attractive chased silver plated tea spoons and a matching sugar tongs. An octagonal silver plated tea caddy. A silver napkin ring. Two silver plated dishes. A plated salt top. Plated nutcracker. Grape scissor. Two tea strainers. A small bright cut plated bowl and a collection of eight various table ornaments in the form of cockerels, pheasants and dogs. (a lot) €50.00-€70.00


340 340 A RARE SET OF TWELVE OVAL BRONZE RELIEF PROFILE PORTRAITS OF ROMAN EMPERORS. Late eighteenth and early nineteenth century. Includes Vitellius, Galba, Nero, Otho, Claudius, Tito, Othocaes, Domitian, Titus and three others. Each within a relief cast border with lion masks and trophies. All inscribed. 4” (10.25cm) high x 3.5” (8.2cm) wide. (12) €800.00-€1,200.00

343 A SILVER HELMET SHAPED CREAM JUG, London, 1972. With reeded edge and handle, raised on a square stem base. 6” (15cm) high, 154g. (1) €80.00-€150.00


347 A SILVER TOAST RACK. Birmingham.1860. With arched sections and a small oval half-reeded silver sugar bowl. Birmingham.1896. Combined weight, 183g. (2) €100.00-€150.00

351 351 A FLORAL CHASED SILVER BOWL. Birmingham. 1913. 98g. (1) €60.00-€80.00 348

344 AN IRISH GEORGE III SILVER HELMET SHAPED CREAM JUG. Chased with scrolling foliage around a central cartouche. On a circular stem base. 173g. 6.25” (16cm) high. (1) €150.00-€170.00

348 AN IRISH EIGHTEENTH CENTURY PROVINCIAL SILVER SUGAR BOWL, Limerick or Cork. With shaped and bead hammered edge, above a spiral fluted and bead hammered body, raised on lion mask and shell pad feet. Struck with the word ‘Sterling’. 194g. 6” (15cm) high. (1) €500.00-€800.00

352 352 A SMALL SILVER BONBON BASKET. By Jenkins and Jenkins Inc., Baltimore. With chased swing handle, above a floral chased dish. 138 gr. (1) €150.00-€180.00


345 345 A JAPANESE IVORY TUSK SECTION BOX AND COVER. Meji Period. Covered in relief with rhinoceros and tigers and etched with trees. Signed with device inside. 3.5” (9cm) high. (1) €150.00-€220.00

349 A VICTORIAN SILVER CRESTED SUGAR AND CREAM. By George Fox. London. 1878. Baluster with two leaf cast reeded handles. The cream jug with unusual double spout. 287g. (2) €200.00-€300.00

353 AN IRISH SILVER CRESTED CARD TRAY. Dublin. 1971. Gadroon edge and crest with the motto ‘Mon Dies Est May Roche’. On three scroll legs. 6” (15cm) high. 154g. (1) €80.00-€100.00


346 AN ART DECO HORSE HEAD CAR MASCOT. Indistinctly signed. 6” (15cm) high. (1) €150.00-€220.00

350 A GEORGE III SILVER WINE FUNNEL. By Rebecca Emes and Edward Barnard. c.1812. With shell clasp. 147g. (1) €180.00-€250.00

354 NINETEENTH CENTURY IRISH SCHOOL. Oval ‘Miniature Portrait of a Gentleman,’ depicted wearing a black jacket and waistcoat. Possibly a cleric. AND, it’s companion, his wife, wearing a white lace bonnet and a blue shawl. 3.5in (9cm) high x 2.75in (7cm) wide. (2) €250.00-€450.00


355 A VERY GOOD FRENCH RESTORATION COMMEMORATIVE TORTOISESHELL BONBONNIERE Set. With a relief gilt plaque dated 1824. The plaque signed, Morel, depicting Charles X of France and members of the Royal Family in relief profile. Inscribed ‘Famille Royale de France, Regne de Charles X Commencer le 16 Septembre 1824’ Signed, Morel Fecit. Engine turned base with central cypher of Chales X within a band inscribed ‘Boite Royale I de France 16 Septembre 1824’ within an outer fleur-de-lis band. 3.25in (8.2cm) high. €400.00-€600.00

356 A FINE 19TH CENTURY SERPENTINE SHAPED MICRO MOSAIC PAPERWEIGHT. Centre panel with a view of Saint Peter’s Basilica, Rome. Smaller circular and oval panels depicting Italian architecture. 6.5in (17cm) high. (1) €600.00-€900.00 357 A HENRY IV LE GRANDS, Guillaume Dupre with Marie De Medici bronze medallion. Obverse he is facing right and she is facing left. Reverse, Prepago Imperi. He facing, joining hands with Marie and child Allegory between them, a dove coming down from the heavens. The edge stamped. Bronze. Dated, 1878. €100.00-€150.00

358 A NINETEENTH CENTURY CONTINENTAL SILVER TRIPTYCH with bow fronted stoup. Set with a tiger eye stone, the main arched panel with Madonna and Child and four saints in relief. The Crucifiction of Christ in the arch, the folding side panels with various saints in relief. London. Import marks for 1900. All set with semi-precious stones. 6.5” (16cm) high x 4.25” (11cm) wide. 939g overall. (1) €200.00-€300.00

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359 A VICTORIAN MOTHER OF PEARL CARD CASE. By Mansfield Dublin. 4.25” (11cm) high x 3” (7.5cm) wide. (1) €60.00-€80.00 360 A RARE NEWTON’ NEW TERRESTRIAL POCKET GLOBE. 1818. Late George III. 2” (5cm)high. Ivory mounted brass turning pin and turned mahogany handle. 4.25” (11cm) high, overall. (1) €600.00-€700.00 361 A FINE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY GERMAN PORCELAIN GILT MOUNTED DOUBLECOMPARTMENT SNUFF BOX. Of elongated form, each end with a hinged cover. Sides finely painted with figures in harbour scenes and river scenes. Figures to the outer covers and the under covers decorated with cupids in garden scenes. 2.25in (6cm) high, 3in (8cm) wide, 1.75in (4.5cm) deep. €400.00-€600.00 362 ATTRIBUTED TO JOHN COMERFORD. ‘Portrait of a Gentleman Wearing Black Cravat and Bow Tie’. Oval miniature on ivory, lock of hair verso. 2in (5cm) high, 1.75in (4.5cm) wide. (1) €150.00-€200.00


363 A NINETEENTH CENTURY JAPANESE CARVED IVORY INRO. Single broad case, etched in relief with a reclining wild boar. Interior with a two compartment lift out section. Meji period. 2” (5cm) high x 3.25” (8cm) wide. (1) €250.00-€350.00

364 A NINETEENTH CENTURY CHINESE ETCHED RHINOCEROS HORN FENG SHI COMPASS. Two etched ivory dials in a rectangular case. One side with rows of calligraphy on the hinged cover, the other with a crane perched on a rock. 3.5” (9cm) high x 1.75” (4.5cm) wide. (1) €200.00-€300.00 365 A GEORGIAN SILVER POCKET CORKSCREW. English. c.1800. Barrel shaped mother of pearl handle, bound with silver bands. Turned silver stem and steel worm in tapering cylindrical silver case. 3” (8cm) high. (1) €500.00-€800.00 366 A NINE CARAT GOLD BANGLE. Early twentieth century. Set with six oval turquoise stones. 2.5” (6.5cm) high. 8g. (1) €200.00-€300.00



372 A STEMMED AND PIERCED SILVER TAZZA, Sheffield 1908, with weighted base. Together with a silver helmet shaped sauce boat, Birmingham 1933. Raised on shell aped pad feet. (2) €80.00-€150.00

367 367 AN EIGHTEENTH CENTURY MINIATURE PORTRAIT. Depicting a gentleman wearing a white wig with blue lace trimmed jacket. On ivory with mother of pearl back and brooch pins. In gold frame. 5” (4cm) high. (1) €250.00-€550.00 368 A SILVER STEMMED BOWL, London 1963. For Reid and Sons Newcastle on Tyne, with shell and scroll edge. 8” (20cm) high, 294g. (1) €150.00-€200.00 369 A THREE PIECE SILVER TEA SERVICE, in the George III style by Atkin Brothers, Sheffield 1926. Comprising a twelve sided tapering tea pot with ebonised handle, on four ball feet and a matching sugar and cream, 1286g (3) €400.00-€500.00 370 A GEORGE III SCOTTISH SILVER CASTER, Edinburgh. 1916. By Hamilton and Inches. Octagonal baluster shaped body, with pierced dome cover and urn finial. On stem base. 9” (23cm) high. 246g. Together with a cut glass and silver mounted ink stand, with two hinged compartments. Birmingham. c.1905. (2) €150.00-€220.00

378 A PAIR OF TWO IRISH CASED SET OF PROOF COINS, celebrating 1916, comprising Fifty euro gold coin .999, 7.8g, and a fifteen euro silver coin, .925, 28.28g, designed by Michael Guilfoyle, limited edition with certificate and in outer case. (2) €400.00-€600.00

373 A GEORGE III CRESTED SILVER CARD TRAY. By Peter and Anne Bateman. London. 1799. With moulded edge, on three reeded legs. 72 (17.5cm) wide, 235g. (1) €180.00-€250.00 374 A PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER SALTS. By Mark Bock. London. 1793. Each of boat form on oval stem base. 107g. (2) €200.00-€300.00 375 A PAIR OF GEORGE II STYLE SILVER CANDLESTICKS, by Read & Sons Ltd. London 1963. 6.5” (17cm) high. (2) €120.00-€160.00 376 TWO CASED SETS OF EURO PROOF COIN SETS FOR 2007 AND 2009, each from one cent to the two euro coin (9), each includes the two euro commemoration coin from Ireland to celebrate the fifty year anniversary of the Treaty of Rome and The 10th Anniversary of European Economic and Monetary Union , 2009 no. 4557 of 5000 and 2007 no. 869 of 10,000, each with certificate; together with three sets of the first official issue of the one euro coins, 2002, representing the twelve member states, (36) mint. (54) €200.00-€300.00

378 379 A 2008 IRISH ONE HUNDRED EURO GOLD PROOF COIN, designed by Thomas Ryan, .999 pure, 15.50g, celebrating heroism and bravery, E. Shackleton and Tom Crean, with cert and in fitted case, limited edition. (1) €450.00-€600.00

377 A COLLECTION OF IRISH MINT PROOF COINS, six cased sets, each with a twenty euro gold coin (.999g), a ten euro silver coin (.925g), twelve coins, celebrating John F. Kennedy, Sceigil Mhichil, The Ploughman Bank Notes, Gaisce, Celtic Culture and Michael Collins, all with certificates. (6) €600.00-€800.00

371 371 A FOUR PIECE SILVER CRESTED TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE, by Mappin & Webbs, Sheffield 1944. Comprising bulbous tea pot, with ebonised handle. A matching coffee pot, sugar bowl and jug, 1355g. (1) €400.00-€600.00



380 A ONE OUNCE SOUTH AFRICAN PURE GOLD COIN, from the Natura series, with cats of Africa, ‘The Cheetah’, twenty four carat proof, number 668 of 1500, with cent case, 2002. (1) €1,200.00-€1,500.00 381 A SET OF THREE MINT IRISH BARNYARD ANIMALS FIFTEEN EURO COINS, by Emmet Mullins, 2010, 2011 and 2012; together with a William Butler Yeats commemoration fifteen euro coin; The Lockout 2013 fifteen euro coin; one hundred and twenty five years of the G.A.A. 2009 fifteen euro coin; an Ivan Mestrovich 2007 fifteen euro coin; a John Philip Holland 2014 fifteen euro coin and an Ernest Walton 2015 euro coin, all with numbered cert and in fitted case. (9) €300.00-€400.00 382 SIX TEN EURO SILVER LIMITED EDITION MINT COINS, representing St. Brendan the Navigator 2011; James Joyce 2013; William Rowan Hamilton 2005; John McCormack 2014; J.B Yeats, 2012; and the seventieth anniversary of the end of the second world war in europe 2015, and a 2008 five euro silver proof coin, commemorating Antarctic Explorers in attractive case, all with numbered cert and in fitted case. (7) €250.00-€400.00 383 A COLLECTION OF FOUR TWENTY EURO IRISH PURE GOLD PROOF COINS, .999 The Celtic Cross 2011, Irish Monastic Art 2012, Rock of Cashel, Battle of Clontarf 2014, all cased and with certificates, each .5g. (4) €200.00-€300.00 384 A COLLECTION OF UNCIRCULATED IRISH EURO COIN SETS, eleven sets from 2005-2015, six sets from 2008-2013, eight coins per set, each in attractive colorful folder and slip case. (17 sets) €300.00-€400.00 385 A PROOF QUARTER OUNCE, TWENTY FOUR CARAT GOLD NATURA SERIES ‘ORYX’ COIN 2001, together with an ‘ELAND’ quarter ounce ditto from the same series, 2007, and an Australian Koala gold coin one tenth of an ounce, mint, all cased. (3) €800.00-€1,100.00

387 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN SUPPER FORKS. London. 1864. Together with a set of three similar dittos. 1851. By Ed Edwards. AND, a single crested supper fork. London. 1859. AND, two similar fiddle pattern dinner forks and an Irish crested silver supper fork. Dublin. 1795. (9) €150.00-€200.00 388 A GEORGE III SILVER HANOVERIAN PATTERN TABLESPOON, and two other English table spoons. (3) €150.00-€180.00 389 A PAIR OF SILVER HANOVERIAN PATTERN TABLESPOONS. London CA75 x 1.M. Another pair of George II dittos. London. c.1801. By Peter Abbe and William Bateman, (4) €100.00-€150.00 390 A SILVER PLATED TWO HANDLED CAMPANA SHAPED WINE OR CHAMPAGNE COOLER. Vine cast edge on circular foot. 9.5”24cm) high. Together with a Victorian silver plated table plateau, with mirror top and rococo style scroll legs. 11”28cm) high. (2) €80.00-€100.00 391 AN OVAL SILVER PLATED AND CUT GLASS BISCUIT JAR. Hinged cover with two lion masks and ring handles, issuing floral swags. Oval bead moulded edge. 9” (23cm) high. Another similar fern leaf engraved biscuit jar, with double hinged cover and swing handle. On an oval base. AND one smaller similar ditto. (3) €100.00-€150.00

393 393 AN OLD WRIGGLEWORK PEWTER MUG. With hinged cover and scroll thumb piece, decorated with a lion and birds, and applied with a scroll handle. The cover with oak and acorns around a coronet. 5.25” (13cm). (1) €200.00-€300.00 394 A RARE EARLY QUANT HAMMERHEAD MEASURE. With the touch mark of Robert Martin, 1665166. Of baluster formand with hinged cover. 9” (23cm) high. N.B. This measure is illustrated in Cotterell’s Old Pewter page 114, plate XLVI (a) €200.00-€300.00

392 A COLLECTION OF SILVER PLATEWARE, comprising a George III style coffee pot, of upward tapering form; a three piece silver plated tea service; a four piece plated tea and coffee service; a small bullet shaped tea pot; tea strainer; sauce ladle; two small cream jugs or gravy boats; an oval plated tray; and a pair of sugar and creams. (14) €80.00-€150.00

386 A PAIR OF GEORGE III TAPER PATTERN SILVER TABLE SPOONS. By Mary and Elizabeth Sumner. London. 1813. Another by W.W.London, c.1810. (3) €80.00-€120.00 394 34




395 A FINE DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, set in an eighteen carat white gold band. Set with round and baguette diamonds. Total weight approximately 1ct. (1) €1,800.00-€2,000.00

398 A GOOD EMERALD AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING in white gold. Set with 2 carat emerald with round baguette diamonds. Approx. 1.5 carat. (1) €4,000.00-€4,500.00

400 A GEORGE III PERIOD CARVED GILTWOOD WALL MIRROR, probably Irish, the top crested with two C-scrolls, around a triform leaf, with early mirror plate, inside a carved and moulded frame with scrolling leaves and further C-scrolls, and conforming apron below. 48” (122cm) high x 27” (96cm) wide. Provenance: The Late Playwright and Novelist Mr. Peter Walker Esq and by repute originally from Shakenhurst Hall, Bayton, Worcestershire. €1,500.00-€2,000.00 401 AN OLD CANVAS COVERED AUTOMOBILE PICNIC SET. With studded leather corners and fitted interior with various implements. Incomplete. With two carrying handles. 27” (69cm) wide .(1) €50.00-€70.00 402 AFTER CHARLES COOPER HENDERSON (1803-1877). Four coaching incidents, a set of three hand coloured lithographs. ‘Stuckfast’, ‘In Time for the Coach’, and ‘The Road versus Rail’. Each in rosewood and parcel gilt frame. 16.75” (42cm) high x 27.25 (70cm) wide.(3) €200.00-€300.00

396 396 AN ATTRACTIVE RUBY AND DIAMOND RING. 18K yellow gold setting, with six rubies and four old cut diamonds. (1) €1,300.00-€1,500.00

399 399 A FINE TOPAZ AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING. 14k white gold. Topaz approximately 4ct, diamonds approximately 1ct. (1) €1,400.00-€1,600.00

403 A WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY CENTRE TABLE. Circular reeded rouge marble top on a cylindrical reeded stem and square bead moulded platform. Four carved lion paw feet. 39” (99cm) wide. (1) €700.00-€1,000.00 404 A GEORGE III PERIOD MAHOGANY CIRCULAR SNAP TOP CENTRE TABLE. Dish type edge on a turned baluster stem and tripod base, terminating in pad feet. 31.5in (80cm)d. (1) €50.00-€70.00 405 A GEORGIAN PERIOD MAHOGANY THREE DRAWER CHEST. Rectangular moulded top and long drawers. Raised on bracket feet. Adapted. 26.5” (67cm) high x 25” (64cm) wide. (1) €600.00-€700.00

397 397 A VERY ATTRACTIVE PLATINUM AND JADE PENDANT. Of oblong form in uneven green. 22.3 x 5.81. Weight 18.66ct, including setting. To be sold with original receipt and certificate. (1) €300.00-€400.00

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406 WALTER HEATH WILLIAMS (1835-1906). ‘Extensive Landscape with Figures Chatting’. Oils on canvas. Signed, lower left. 18” (46cm) high x 25” (64cm) wide. (1) €1,000.00-€1,500.00 407 A GEORGE III PERIOD MAHOGANY TRAY TOP BEDSIDE COMMODE. Quarter gallery with three cut-out handles above a tambuor fronted covered door. Pull out commode section. Raised on four bracket feet. 32” (81cm) high x 20” (51cm) wide. (1) €800.00-€900.00 408 AN IRISH GEORGIAN PERIOD MAHOGANY AND BRASS BOUND PEAT BUCKET. Brass swing handle of tapering coopered form. 16” (41cm) diameter, excluding handle. (1) €600.00-€900.00



409 A GOOD SET OF EIGHT (6+2) REGENCY PERIOD MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, each with an ebony string and shaped top rail above a marquetry cross rail and drop in seat on front sabre legs. (8) €600.00-€900.00 410 A PAIR OF IRISH WALNUT SIDE CHAIRS. Nineteenth century. Each with high padded back and seat. Raised on front shell capped cabriole legs with pad feet. (2) €700.00-€800.00

410 411 A GEORGE III STYLE (EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY) RECTANGULAR MAHOGANY SILVER TABLE. With all round gallery, above a pierced blind fret frieze, rested on four cluster column legs. Pierced stretcher with urn finial. Raised on block feet. 27” (69cm) wide. (1) €400.00-€450.00

413 A HEAVY CAST IRON EIRE CREST WITH HARP. Of oval form. 21” (54cm) high x 17” (43cm) wide. (1) €150.00-€180.00

418 A GEORGIAN STYLE MAHOGANY GAINSBOROUGH TYPE LIBRARY ARMCHAIR. Covered in striped fabric. Raised on front square moulded legs. (1) €500.00-€550.00

414 AN UNUSUAL EBONISED HIGH BACK SETTEE. Ornate brass mounts. Arched button back above a conforming serpentine fronted seat. Covered in burgundy self pint fabric. Raised on four brass mounted cabriole legs. 66” (167cm) wide.(1) €600.00-€700.00

419 AN EARLY VICTORIAN MAHOGANY AND CROSSBANDED CENTRE OR SOFA TABLE. Rectangular top with rounded corners above two frieze drawers on two upward tapering octagonal stems. On four scroll legs. 58in (147cm)wide. (1) €600.00-€900.00

415 AN ATTRACTIVE GEORGIAN DROP LEAF MAHOGANY TABLE. Probably Irish. With two demilune flaps raised on shell capped cabriole legs with pad feet. 48.5” (123cm)w.(1) €400.00-€500.00

420 AFTER FRANCIS WHEATLEY. A pair of attractive coloured engravings, each depicting a family group. One with a standing Military man. A pair. 18” (46cm) high x 22” (56cm) wide.(1) €100.00-€150.00

416 A VICTORIAN SERPENTINE SHAPED, OVAL WALNUT CENTRE TABLE, with nicely figured top and shaped apron. Raised on four cabriole legs with brass mounts. 41.5” (108cm)w. (1) €250.00-€350.00

421 CHARLES HENRY COOK, (1830-1906). ‘A Welcome Rest,’ Figures by a lake at the edge of a wood, Killarney, O.O.C. Signed and dated, ‘80 lower right. Bears older label verso. 30in (76cm)h x 41in (104cm)w. (1). Charles Henry Cook was born in Bandon Co. Cork, 1830. He painted portraits and scenes of Irish Life and landscapes. He exhibited paintings in the Royal Hibernian Academy. After many years practicing in Cork, he moved to England, where he died in Scarborough in 1906. €3,500.00-€4,500.00

417 AN ATTRACTIVE MAHOGANY GAINSBOROUGH TYPE ARMCHAIR. In the 18th century style, with padded hump back and conforming seat. Flanked to each side with carved and shaped armrests, each terminating with an eagle head. Raised on cartouche-moulded cabriole legs, with paw feet. Covered in red printed fabric. (1) €250.00-€350.00

411 412 A NINETEENTH CENTURY MAHOGANY TRIPOD TABLE, the flip top with a shaped pie crust edge and bird cage action. On turned and spiral reeded stem. Tripod base carved with flowers and scrolling foliage. 30” (76cm) wide. (1) €300.00-€350.00


432 AN EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY CHEVAL FIRE SCREEN. With bead tapestry panel under a gallery top. Raised on four splayed legs. 50” (126cm) high x 25” (64cm) wide. (1) €60.00-€90.00 433 A SMALL MAHOGANY CHEVAL FIRE SCREEN. Twentieth and twenty first century, with tapestry-type panel. Raised on four splayed legs, 23” (58cm). (1) €10.00-€15.00 434 A RECTANGULAR MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE. Late nineteenth century. With a wide frieze, raised on four square tapering fluted spade legs. 45.5in (116cm). (1) €80.00-€120.00

422 A VERY ATTRACTIVE EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY KNEEHOLE WRITING DESK. By Edwards and Roberts. Marquetry inlay and satinwood banding with tooled green leather top above a central frieze drawer. Stamped on the edge. Two shell inlaid spandrels flanked to either side with three inlaid drawers. Raised on six square tapering inlaid legs with brass casters, 48” (122cm) wide. (1) €1,200.00-€1,500.00 423 A BURGUNDY GROUND ORIENTAL CARPET. With three diamond shaped medallions inside an all-over stylised floral field within dark blue spandrels. Ivory border with smaller bands. 10ft11 (332cm) x 7ft5 (226cm). (1) €300.00-€500.00 424 A FINE PERSIAN PICTORIAL CARPET. Depicting a male and female against a light blue and ivory ground. The lady holding a vase, handing a cup to the male. Each in floral costume, inside a four-band floral border. 70” (178cm)l x 49” (126cm)w. (1) €200.00-€300.00 425 AN ATTRACTIVE SMALL MOUD RUG. Ivory ground with all-over floral pattern, around a central medallion with conforming spandrels, inside a narrow border. 57” (145cm)l x 39” (99cm)w. (1) €60.00-€90.00 426 AN IRON RED GROUND TURKISH RUG. With triangular central medallion, on an iron red ground. All-over stylised pattern, within dark blue spandrels, inside a wide red border. 7ft (213cm)l x 4ft5 (134cm)w. (1) €180.00-€250.00


427 A PERSIAN HAMADAN LORI RUG. Large dark red centre medallion, with central ivory panel. Allover pattern with birds and stylised flowers, inside ivory spandrels and red border. 10ft 3” (312cm) long x 4ft (122cm) wide. (1) €200.00-€300.00 428 A MASSIVE VICTORIAN POLLARD OAK AND EBONY MOUNTED SIDEBOARD. Large mirror back with a cartouche crest above a shelf on inverted breakfront base with plain frieze. Two pedestal cupboards with panel doors flanked to either side with angled scalemoulded pilasters, headed with leaf scrolls. Each raised on a plinth base. Approx. 8ft (244cm)h x 8ft (244cm)w. (1) €600.00-€900.00 429 TWO SIMILAR CAST IRON MANTELPIECE INSETS. One with a relief moulded upper hood, flanked with four coloured tiles to either side. 38” (97cm)h x 40” (101cm)w. Together with another similar smaller ditto. (2) €60.00-€90.00 430 A LATE VICTORIAN GILT OVERMANTLE MIRROR, with arched and moulded frame, and leaf carved spandrels. 43” (110cm) wide. (1) €80.00-€90.00 431 A GOOD 1930’S RED SQUIRREL FUR COAT. By the International Fur Store London. Full length. Together with crystal set gold collared ladies evening bag. By Waldy Bag. (2) €80.00-€150.00

435 A 19TH CENTURY RECTANGULAR MAHOGANY SIDE TALE. Rectangular moulded top, above a fluted frieze. Raised on square tapering fluted legs. 48in (122cm)w. (1) €100.00-€150.00 436 A VERY FINE REGENCY PERIOD INLAID AND SATINWOOD-BANDED MAHOGANY BOWFRONTED TALLBOY. With four long and two short drawers and crossbanded side panels. Raised on cross-banded bracket feet. 56” (142cm) high, 42” (107cm) wide. (1) €200.00-€500.00 437 A CRAYON DRAWING BY E. REID, depicting St. Canice’s Cathedral Kilkenny. Together with a dried flower picture, indistinctly signed. AND, a very attractive watercolour by John Walshe. 2002. Depicting a brick house with large beech tree. (3) €60.00-€90.00 438 A VERY UNUSUAL EDWARDIAN INLAID AND CROSSBANDED MAHOGANY WARDROBE. Moulded cornice above an arched and bevelled mirror door. Hanging compartment, flanked to the left side with two small cupboard doors, two long and four short drawers, and a small shallow drawer with fitted interior. On a base with seven wide and shallow drawers. On a shaped plinth. 53” (135cm) wide. (1) €250.00-€350.00 439 A THREE-COMPARTMENT SATINWOOD PARCEL GILT OVERMANTEL MIRROR. 23” (58cm)h x 40.25” (102cm)w. (1) €100.00-€150.00


440 A GEORGE IV PERIOD MAHOGANY AND EBONY STRUNG SIDEBOARD. Breakfront outline. The top with a brass rail above a long frieze drawer, flanked to one side with cellar drawer and another similar drawer to the other side. Raised on ring-turned tapering reeded legs, 74in (188cm). (1) €200.00-€300.00 441 A VICTORIAN TWO-FOLD SATIN BIRCH SCREEN. Pull-up tapestry panels and urn finials, each flanked with spiral-reeded pilasters. Raised on conforming legs. 46” (91cm) wide, extended. (1) €80.00-€120.00 443 A FINE SET OF SIX IRISH MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS. In the 18th century style. Each leaf moulded top rail with shell terminals, over a leaf moulded pierced splat above a drop in seat. Raised on leaf carved cabriole legs with ball and claw feet. (6) €350.00-€550.00

446 AN UNUSUAL VICTORIAN MAHOGANY LIBRARY OR DESK CHAIR. With projecting elbow rests, serpentine fronted seat and raised on cabriole legs. (1) €150.00-€250.00

452 TWO EDWARDIAN BRASS HANGING CEILING LIGHTS. One with milk glass globe. Together with a copper carriage lamp. (3) €50.00-€70.00

447 A PAIR OF HEAVY GREEN SPECKLED MARBLE PLINTHS. Each with a circular moulded top and a turned cylindrical column on domed and moulded base. 43in (110cm)h x 15in (38cm)d. (1) €200.00-€300.00

453 A CONTINENTAL MAJOLLICA JARDINIERE OR PLANTER. Late 19th century. Bronze mask handles on a cobalt blue ground. 11.5in (29cm)h. (1) €60.00-€90.00

448 A GOOD LOUIS XVI STYLE FIVE-PIECE GILT SUITE OF SEAT FURNITURE. c.1900. Comprising a three-seater settee, with guilloche and bead-moulded back. Flanked to each side with fluted columns. Each with a leaf finial and a tapestry covered back. And a seat with colourful flowers, raised on conforming fluted legs. Together with a pair of matching armchairs and side chairs. (5) €800.00-€1,200.00

454 A CHINESE CARVED AND LIMED WOODEN HORSE with polychrome decoration and saddle. 17.25” (44cm) Together with two blue and white English stoneware meat platters. (3) €70.00-€90.00 455 A MAHOGANY BOW-FRONTED SIDEBOARD. Early 19th century. With brass rail and centre frieze drawer, flanked to each side with two cellar drawers. Raised on square tapering spade legs. 85” (216cm) wide. (1) €300.00-€600.00 456 TWO LARGE THAI OVAL POTTERY BONSAI PLANTERS, together with another smaller Thai bonsai planter. 26in (66cm), the largest. (3) €80.00-€150.00 457 A STONEWARE RECTANGULAR THAI BONSAI PLANTER. 23in (58.5cm) wide, 16.25in (41cm) deep. Together with another rectangular pottery bonsai planter. 12.5in (32cm) wide, 16.25in (41cm) deep. (2) €10.00-€15.00

444 A FINE LARGE WILLIAM IV STYLE MAHOGANY CIRCULAR DINING TABLE. O.R.M. With circular satinwood banded and figured mahogany top. On a triform concave pedestal, and concave base. With carved lion paw feet. 6ft (183cm) wide. (1) €3,000.00-€3,500.00 445 A VICTORIAN STYLE OCCASIONAL CHAIR OR PRIE DIEU. Covered in attractive floral tapestry fabric with bow fronted seat and padded back. Together with a pair of Hepplewhite style mahogany tapestry covered side chairs. Each with arched back and bow fronted seat, raised on front square tapering spade legs. (3) €80.00-€150.00

449 A REGENCY PERIOD EBONY STRUNG BOW FRONTED CHEST. With three long and two short drawers. Raised on front splayed bracket feet. 39” (99cm) wide. (1) €250.00-€350.00 450 A FINE NINETEENTH CENTURY INLAID AND CROSS BANDED MAHOGANY SECRETAIRE BOOKCASE, the moulded cornice above a satinwood frieze and two astragal glazed doors. And a drop front secretaire drawer, the fitted interior with drawers and pigeon holes around a central cupboard. And two cupboard doors below, all raised on bracket feet. 49” (124cm) wide. (1) €400.00-€500.00

458 A CIRCULAR BENARES BRASS TRAY. On an Indian carved stand with bead work panels. 22.25” (57cm)h. (1) €60.00-€90.00 459 AN EARLY CARVED WALNUT ARMCHAIR. Arched and padded back above a padded seat flanked with two moulded armrests. Each with a scroll terminal on turned supports and legs, united by S and leaf carved scroll stretchers. (1) €400.00-€600.00 460 A LARGE TWO-HANDLED GLAZED STONEWARE POT. Beaded decoration to the rim and base. 15in (38cm) high, 17.5in (44.5cm) wide. Together with a glazed whiskey jar by Campbell Field, Glasgow. 12in (30.5cm). (2) €30.00-€40.00


464 A FINE VICTORIAN WALNUT CASED GAMES COMPENDIUM. Case stamped, ‘Asser and Sherwin Makers, 80 and 81, Strand, London’ The fitted interior with chessmen, drafts, miniature chess set, backgammon, whist markers, card compartment, glass marbles, quidditch board, table croquet set with eight mallets, balls table clamps and hooks, and a base drawer. 17.5” (44cm) high. (1) €500.00-€700.00 465 A COLLECTION OF SIXTEEN METRO STYLE TEMPO SHEETS AND PIANOLA ROLLS. With various titles including Madam Butterfly, SpringTime and other titles. (16) €40.00-€60.00 466 A VERY LARGE HEAVY GILT METAL NATIONAL CASH REGISTER, Dayton Ohio U.S.A., 22” (56cm) high x 23” (59cm) wide. (1) €150.00-€250.00

461 A VERY ATTRACTIVE PAIR OF BOW FRONTED ROSEWOOD AND MARQUETRY SIDE CUPBOARDS. Early 20th century. Each with a white and grey veined marble top. Projecting corners above a floral inlaid frieze. Bow fronted door inlaid with colourful flowers in specimen timbers, inside a scrolling leaf frame, with mother-of-pearl cartouches. Flanked with conforming inlaid pilasters and side panels. The pilasters headed with gilt brass drapery and ribbon bows and similar mounts below. On vase shaped legs, 45in (114cm)h x 33in (84cm)w. (2) €800.00-€1,200.00

467 A REGENCY PERIOD MAHOGANY FLIP-TOP BREAKFAST TABLE. Rectangular top with rounded corners, raised on a quadruple pod, with splayed legs and brass castors. Approx 57” (146cm)h x 36” (92cm)w. (1) €180.00-€250.00

462 A VERY LARGE KASHAN CARPET. With ivory and navy blue floral medallion, on an iron red ground with all-over stylised floral pattern. Inside are conforming spandrels and a large wide navy border with smaller bands. 17ft5 (530cm) long x 12ft3 (373cm) wide. (1) €700.00-€1,100.00 463 LEIGHTON CRAM (AMERICAN 1895-1981). ‘Sweeping Abstract Landscape’. Oils on canvas board. And another similar landscape. Signed lower right. A pair. Both unframed and with Bay State Burton labels verso. 12” (30cm) high x 16” (41cm) wide. (2) €350.00-€550.00



475 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY THREE-TIER DUMB WAITER, with rectangular shelves, on turned supports, with bulbous finials, 36.5” (93cm) wide. (1) €120.00-€150.00 476 PETER GRAHAM R.A. ‘Moorland in Mist with Cattle.’ Engraved by J.E. Pratt. Another ‘Among the Hills, Highland Cattle.’ AND, one other after Maud Earl, ‘Bernard in the Highlands.’ Signed by the artists’ pencil on the border. (3) €150.00-€200.00 468 468 A VERY GOOD PAIR OF UNUSUAL ADAMS STYLE GILT BRASS WALL LIGHTS. Each crested with a ribbon bow, on two reeded drape type suspenders. Lower section in the form of a quiver of arrows issuing two rams masks and two spiral reeded leaf cast arms, flanking a central mask, arms with birds perched and a central female mask. 24” (61cm) high. €1,000.00-€1,200.00 469 A GOOD SET OF SIX NINETEENTH CENTURY MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS IN THE CHIPPENDALE STYLE. With pierced interlaced splat, above a drop-in seat, raised on front shell capped cabriole legs, with ball ‘n’ claw feet. (6) €400.00-€600.00

477 AN EDWARDIAN STYLE MAHOGANY ARMCHAIR. With padded back, seat and elbow rests, on front turned legs. (1) €40.00-€60.00 478 A GEORGIAN CIRCULAR FLIP-TOP OAK CENTRE TABLE, on baluster turned stem and tripod base. 38” (96cm) d. (1) €70.00-€120.00 479 A GEORGIAN MAHOGANY GAINSBOROUGH TYPE LIBRARY ARMCHAIR. Raised on square legs with H-shaped stretcher. Now with square brass cup castors. (1) €150.00-€200.00

470 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY TELESCOPIC DINING TABLE, with two spare leaves, raised on turned legs. 82 “(208cm) long x 46” (117cm) wide. As is. (1) €150.00-€250.00

481 AN EIGHTEENTH CENTURY CARVED WALNUT DROP-LEAF DINING TABLE. Demi-lune flaps and very good colour. Raised on tapering turned legs, with pad feet. 57” (145cm) w. (1) €150.00-€200.00

471 A PAIR OF GOTHIC STYLE ARCHED PAINTED PANELS depicting saints. 29” (74cm) high x 11” (28cm) wide. (1) €100.00-€150.00

482 A VERY UNUSUAL MAHOGANY WINGBACK ARMCHAIR, with the trade label of J.A.S. Shoolbred and Company. Ladder back and shaped side rails, above a solid saddle seat and raised on front cabriole legs. The upper back and wings padded in floral self print fabric. (1) €500.00-€550.00

472 A SET OF FIVE BRACKETS. Each with four bronze bells and a red woolly fringe. Each 21” (54cm) wide. (5) €150.00-€250.00 473 A SET OF SIX OAK DINING CHAIRS. Each with an arched, padded back and padded seat. Raised on turned legs and bun feet. (6) €100.00-€150.00 474 A TURKISH HERIK RUG. The fawn field with an all-over floral pattern inside a conforming green border. 6ft (182cm) x 6ft5 (195cm). (1) €150.00-€200.00

482 483 A SMALL GEORGIAN PEMBROKE TYPE MAHOGANY DROP-LEAF TABLE, with two rectangular flaps, flanking a frieze drawer. On square legs. 36” (91cm)w. (1) €70.00-€90.00 484 A LARGE HEAVY BRONZE BELL, of flaring form, with brass striker. 12” (30cm) high. (1) €380.00-€450.00 485 A SILVER MOUNTED AND EBONISED WALKING STICK. Together with a silver mounted bamboo stick and two other bamboo sticks. (4) €130.00-€150.00 486 TWO FACSIMILE GUINNESS ADVERTISING SIGNS. ‘Million Guinness’ and ‘Guinness Time’. Various sizes. (2) €120.00-€150.00 487 TWO FACSIMILE PUB ADVERTISING SIGNS. One for ‘Connells Whiskey’ the other for Old Dublin Whiskey by John Power and Sons’ (2) €100.00-€150.00 488 A GOOD QUALITY RECTANGULAR OAK PEDESTAL DESK. In the George III style. O.R.M. With tooled green leather top, and three frieze drawers, raised on two pedestals, each with three drawers. On bracket feet. 65” (165cm) wide. (1) €250.00-€350.00


489 A VERY LARGE OAK AND ELM PLANKED TOP REFECTORY STYLE FRENCH PROVINCIAL TABLE. Raised on six octagonal moulded legs united by shaped stretchers. 10ft 5” (318cm) long x 3ft (92cm) wide. (1) €700.00-€1,100.00

496 A RECTANGULAR VICTORIAN MAHOGANY SIDE OR CENTRE TABLE, with moulded top and plain frieze. Raised on four bead-turned columns, united by a conforming stretcher on four bulbous legs. Each with urn finial. 47.5” (121cm)w. (1) €80.00-€150.00

490 A SET OF EIGHT GOTHIC REVIVAL ELM AND ASH HIGH BACK DINING CHAIRS. Each arched back with typical gothic tracery above a solid seat. Raised on front turned legs. (8) €400.00-€600.00

497 A VICTORIAN PARIAN FIGURE, modelled as a boy holding a nest. As is. 16”1cm) high. Together with a pair of Bohemian dark glass portrait vases, set with semi-precious stones, each on a circular base. One as is. 9.5” (24cm) high. (3) €100.00-€200.00

491 A PAIR OF GERMAN PORCELAIN TRANSFER PRINTED URNS AND COVERS. Each decorated with flowers and courting couple. On stem base. 14” (36cm) high. (1) €60.00-€90.00 492 A THREE TIER PITCH PINE LIBRARY STEPS. 28” (71cm) high x 21” (54cm) wide. (1) €100.00-€200.00 493 A VERY FINE MODERN L’ORIGINE WALNUT PEDESTAL DESK, with guarantee of authenticity and stamp. Rectangualr top with a centre tooled leather writing surface and a central frieze drawer on two pedestals. Each with four drawers and raised on a moulded plinth. 80.5” (205cm) wide x 35” (89cm) deep. (1) €500.00-€600.00 494 A VICTORIAN STYLE TELESCOPIC MAHOGANY DINING TABLE. Moulded top with two spare leaves. Raised on turned and reeded legs. 81” (206cm) high x 41.5” (106cm) wide. (1) €200.00-€300.00 495 A WILLIAM IV PERIOD CIRCULAR MAHOGANY DINING TABLE. Moulded top on an upward octagonal tapering stem on a concave platform. Raised on four splayed legs with brass castors. 53in (135cm) d. (1) €500.00-€800.00

498 A BRASS MOUNTED COPPER PAIL, with swing handle. A smaller pot with swing handle and a large stoneware jar. (3) €100.00-€150.00 499 A NINETEENTH CENTURY COPPER AND BRASS MOUNTED TEA URN, with brass tap and two handles under a domed cover. 18” (46cm) high. Together with copper pan with swing handle. AND, three art deco style fire irons, a pair of brass fire dogs and a pierced brass two handled skillet or jardinièe. Raised on cabriole legs with lion paw feet. (7) €80.00-€120.00 500 A VERY ATTRACTIVE PAIR OF LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY SATINWOOD AND ROSEWOOD BANDED CHIFFONIERS. Each with a two-tier back above a frieze drawer and two panel doors. On splayed bracket feet. 44.5” (113cm)h x 31” (79cm)w. (1) €600.00-€900.00 501 AN OLD PITCH PINE FOLD-UP STUDENTS DESK. 23.25” (60cm). (1) €40.00-€60.00

503 A VICTORIAN WALNUT AND MARQUETRY INLAID SIDEBOARD. Stamped B.Taylor & Sons Cabinet and Upholstery Manufacturers, 167 Gt. Dover Street, London. With serpentine shaped white marble top above four floral marquetry inlaid cupboard doors. Flanked to either side with leaf carved corbels each headed with stylised dolphins. Raised on a plinth base. 86” (212cm) wide. As is. (1) €250.00-€350.00 504 A GOOD SERPENTINE SHAPED MAHOGANY SIDE BOARD. In the George III style. By James Hicks of Dublin. Raised back and three frieze drawers above a cupboard and a larger box drawer. Raised on panel legs. 81in (206cm). (1) €500.00-€700.00 505 A NEST OF THREE MAHOGANY OCCASIONAL TABLES. Modern. And, a set of smaller rectangular dittos. (2) €40.00-€60.00 506 AN ATTRACTIVE LATE REGENCY PERIOD MAHOGANY SETTEE. With down curved moulded back, covered in attractive light floral pattern, with padded scroll, sides, seat and back. Two bolster cushions. Raised on four scroll legs. (1) €300.00-€500.00 508 A GOOD INLAID MAHOGANY BREAKFRONT OPEN BOOKCASE, with dentil moulded cornice, and cross banded inlaid frieze, above an arrangement of various adjustable shelves, and raised on a plinth base. 82” (208cm) high 58” (157cm) wide. (1) €400.00-€600.00

502 AN EDWARDIAN WALNUT SHAVING CHAIR, with pull up mirror. (1) €80.00-€90.00

Background: Lot 532



513 513 A FINE FRENCH PORCELAIN SEDAN CHAIR MANTEL CLOCK, in the form of a Sedan chair being carried by two attendants and a spaniel by their feet. Decorated with figures, the convex enamel dial with Arabic numerals, decorated with flowers on an oval base. 11” (28cm) high x 9.5” (924cm) wide. (1) €700.00-€900.00

509 ATTRIBUTED TO CHARLES HENRY COOK (1830-1906), ‘Irish Peasant Figures with Donkey and Poultry by a Thatched Cottage door’ oils on canvas, 24.5” (63cm) high x 29.5” (75cm) wide. (1) €1,200.00-€1,500.00


510 510 A PAIR OF VERY ATTRACTIVE LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY GERMAN PORCELAIN WALL SCONCES. Each crested with two cherubs, holding garlands of flowers on a flower encrusted oval frame. With bevelled mirror plate issuing three rustic candle branches, with conforming flowers. 17” (44cm) high x 10” (26cm) wide. (2) €900.00-€1,000.00

511 A PAIR OF ATTRACTIVE MINTON PORCELAIN BLONDACHINE BRACKETS. Each with bow fronted double breakfront top. Each supported by a cherub with outspread wings. 12” (30cm) high x 8.5” (22cm) wide. (2) €250.00-€300.00 512 A PAIR OF CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE DOUBLE GOURD VASES. Each with narrow neck, decorated with flowers, calligraphy and butterflies. 11.75” (30cm) high. (2) €150.00-€200.00

514 A GEORGIAN MAHOGANY SLOPE FRONT BUREAU. Fitted interior with inlaid central cupboard and secret compartments with an arrangement of drawers and pigeon holes. On an associated later base with two frieze drawers and a central shell. Raised on shell capped leaf-carved cabriole legs with lion paw feet. 38” (97cm) wide. (1) €550.00-€600.00 515 A GEORGE IV PERIOD MAHOGANY BOOKCASE of small proportions. The moulded cornice above two Gothic glazed doors enclosing adjustable shelves on chest base. With four long graduating drawers on bracket feet. 76” (193cm) high x 40” (102m) wide. (1) €400.00-€600.00



516 A FINE LARGE GEORGIAN STYLE CARVED WHITE MARBLE MANTLE PIECE. With triple breakfront shelf above a central tablet. Female mask issuing flowers and ribbon bows, flanked to either side with a similar panel. The jambs headed with ornate scroll corbels and hanging flowers. The inner section with a coloured marble band. 63” (160cm) high x 82.5” (210cm) wide. (1) €3,500.00-€4,500.00


517 A NINETEENTH CENTURY MAHOGANY CHEST with three long and two short drawers. Raised on bracket feet. 37” (94cm) high. (1) €200.00-€300.00 518 A GEORGE III STYLE KINGWOOD BIRDS EYE MAPLE AND MARQUETRY INLAID AND PARCEL GILT DEMILUNE SIDE TABLE. The top inlaid with a central fan and bellflowers, above a fluted frieze. Raised on leaf capped tapering turned fluted legs. 45” (114cm) wide. (1) €900.00-€950.00 519 DOMINICO AMICI (ROME. 1808-). ‘The Arch of Titus’. Depicting a man with oxen-drawn wagon, on The Via Sacra, Rome, approaching the arch. Oils on canvas. Signed. Dated, 1860. Inscribed, Roma lower left. 32” (81cm) high x 46” (117cm) wide. (1) Provenance: Purchased at the sale of contents at Clonmeen House at Banteer Co. Cork. Lot number 1011, July 1975. Keane Mahony and Smith. Approx. 2000 lots over three days. €3,500.00-€4,500.00


523 524 A VERY FINE PAIR OF IRISH GEORGIAN STYLE SPIRAL REEDED BRASS-BOUND PEAT BUCKETS. With two brass bands and two oval carrying handles. The interiors with two-handled brass liners. 26” (66cm) high. (2) €2,200.00-€3,200.00

520 JOHN MORRIS (ACT. 1865-1924). ‘Highland Cattle and a Collie by a Highland Lough’ and its companion ‘Highland Cattle in Mountainous Landscape.’ Oils on canvas. Both signed. 36” (91cm) high x 27.5” (70cm) wide. (2) €800.00-€1,200.00

522 A GOOD PAIR OF CONTINENTAL PORCELAIN FIGURES. One modelled as a Turkish soldier with hand on sword in typical costume. The other his wife, also in colourful costume, each raised on square base. 24.5” (32cm) high. (2) €250.00-€300.00

521 A FINE UNUSUAL ROYAL WORCESTER PORCELAIN WALL POCKET. Modelled with two cherubs fixing a basket to a wall. 9” (23cm) high x 8” (20cm) wide. (1) €350.00-€400.00

523 AN ATTRACTIVE PAIR OF HEAVY EMPIRE STYLE BRONZE AND GILT BRONZE CANDLESTICKS. Each with a figure holding a basket of fruit supporting leaf-cast urn shaped socket. On a square base with brass feet. 8.25” (21cm) hign. (2) €400.00-€450.00

524 525 A LARGE VICTORIAN MAHOGANY DINING TABLE. Moulded top with three spare leaves, raised on baluster turned legs. 9. 5 ft (292cm) x 58” (147cm)w. As is. (1) €600.00-€900.00 526 A GOOD SET OF EIGHT 19TH CENTURY CHIPPENDALE STYLE DINING CHAIRS. Each with a serpentine moulded back with ribbons and tassels above a pierced splat and drop in seat. Front leaf-capped cabriole legs with ball and claw feet.(8) €1,800.00-€2,500.00


527 ESTELLA FRANCES SOLOMONS. H.R.H.A. (1882-1968). ‘A Quiet Irish Beach.’ O.O.C.B. Signed lower right. 10” (26cm) x 14” (36cm). (1) €250.00-€350.00

529 ESTELLA FRANCES SOLOMONS. H.R.H.A. (1882-1968). ‘Grey Clouds over the Mountains in West of Ireland.’ O.O.C.B. Signed, lower right. 12” (30cm) x 16” (41cm). (1) €380.00-€450.00

528 ESTELLA FRANCES SOLOMONS. H.R.H.A. (1882-1968). ‘A Morning Trot and a Morning Walk on a Beach.’ O.O.P. Signed with initials lower right, E.F.S. Studio sale number, 109. 11” (28cm) x 15” (38cm). (1) €280.00-€350.00

530 ROBERT EGGINGTON (B. 1943). ‘Dunfanahy from Harm Head.’ O.O.C. Signed, lower left. 15.5in (39cm) x 21.5in (56cm). €150.00-€180.00

531 JOHN FAULKNER (1835-1894). ‘A Village Lane.’ Village scene with figures. Watercolour, signed and inscribed lower left. 18.5” (47cm) high x 39” (99cm) wide. (1) €1,200.00-€1,400.00 46


532 A LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY ANGLO IRISH SCHOOL Watercolour. ‘River Landscape’ and its companion, ‘Mountainous Landscape.’ A pair. Each 9.5” (24cm) high x 13” (34cm) wide. (1) €200.00-€250.00 533 ATTRIBUTED TO ALEXANDRE GABRIEL DECAMPS (1803-1860). ‘French Bell Pullers. Oils on canvas. 27” (69cm) high x 21” (53cm) wide. (1) €400.00-€500.00 534 ATTRIBUTED TO JOSEPH THORS (ACT. 1863-1900). ‘Harvest Time by the Commas.’ Landscape with a woman on a path and workers in a field. Oils on canvas. Bares indistinct signature lower right. 20” (50cm) high x 29” (74cm) wide. (1) €600.00-€700.00 535 A VERY ATTRACTIVE TABRIZ CARPET, with floral deep burgundy field and centre medallion, within multicolour spandrels and a wide border with smaller band. 12ft (365cm) long x 8ft 9” (267cm) wide. (1) €500.00-€600.00 536 A FINE PARSIAN KASHAN CARPET. With all-over floral field, center ivory and navy medallion inside a wide border with smaller bands. 12ft 6” (381cm) long x 9ft 4” (284cm) wide. (1) €500.00-€600.00 537 A BARASINGHA (SWAMP DEER) HUNTING TROPHY, the head with small antler and mounted on shield shaped panel. (1) €100.00-€150.00

Background: Lot 545


538 ATTRIBUTED TO SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS (1723-1792). A fine portrait of a gentleman. Believed to be Archbishop Richard Robinson, Lord Rokeby (1708-1794), Archbishop of Armagh, seated with a grey wig, wearing a fur jacket and holding a book. Oils on canvas. 48” (124cm) high x 39” (99cm) wide. (1) Richard Robinson, Lord Rokeby (1709-1794) Lord Primate of All Ireland. He attended the Duke of Dorset, Lord Lieutenant to Ireland in 1751, as his chaplain. He received the See of Killala 1752, Leighlin and Ferns, 1759 and was promoted to Kildare in 1761. Two days later he was admitted Dean of Christ Church, Dublin. Robinson then became Primate of Ireland January 19th, 1765. He built himself a mansion at Marley in Louth, which he called Rokeby Hall. It was abandoned after the 1798 rebellion. €2,000.00-€3,000.00 539 ATTRIBUTED TO ARTHUR JOSEPH MEADOWS, (1843-1907). ‘Fishing Boats in Rough Seas Approaching a Harbour, Probably Scarborough, North Yorkshire. Oils on canvas. 45” (115cm) high x 67” (170cm) wide. In attractive gilt frame. (1) €2,000.00-€3,000.00



540 A VERY FINE QUALITY IRISH GEORGIAN STYLE CARVED MASK SIDE TABLE. Rectangular pink and white marble top, above a gadroon moulded frieze and a central lion mask, issuing leaf husks. Raised on heavy leaf-carved cabriole legs, terminating in hairy lion-paw feet. 33” (85cm) high x 66” (168cm) wide. (1) €3,000.00-€4,000.00 541 A NINETEENTH CENTURY MATCHED GREEN LEAF MOULDED PORCELAIN DESSERT SERVICE. Including two stemmed comports, each piece approximately, 9” (22cm) high. (a lot) €80.00-€120.00

544 A THREE PIECE FRENCH MARBLE MANTLE PIECE CLOCK GARNITURE. Comprising speckled grey marble case clock, the movement with an outside count wheel and striking on a steel bell. By Marty of Paris. The gilt dial with Arabic numerals signed, J.J. Leemans of Amsterdam. The top surmounted with gilt metal and marble urn, flanked to either side with scroll handles and raised on scroll feet. 18” (46cm) high x 11” (28cm) wide. Together with a pair of four branch, five light candelabra. (3) €500.00-€550.00 545 ATTRIBUTED TO JOHN W. MORRIS (ACT. 1865-1924). ‘Sheep Resting on a Hillside.’ Oils on board. 11.25” (29cm) high x 15.5” (40cm) wide. (1) €300.00-€400.00

542 A SET OF EIGHT ROYAL WORCESTER BOTANICAL PORCELAIN DESSERT PLATES. Each with a pink border and gilt band around a white ground. And another similar comport with green border. (9) €100.00-€200.00 543 A BALUSTER SHAPED JAPANESE IMARI VASE of reeded form. 11.25” (32cm) high. Together with a Staffordshire spaniel. AND, a porcelain basket bowl on stem base. (3) €80.00-€120.00


546 A FINE GEORGE III CHECKER STRUNG EWE WOOD BUREAU. Probably Irish. The slope front enclosing a nicely figured interior with central door, secret compartments, pigeon holes and drawers. Frieze drawer and three long drawers below. Raised on associated base with bracket feet. (1) €600.00-€900.00 548 A PAIR OF HEAVY CAST METAL GARDEN BENCH ENDS, each rustic side in the form of scrolling berry branches. (2) €80.00-€150.00

552 A GOOD GEORGE III PERIOD MAHOGANY CHEST ON CHEST. Dentil moulded cornice above a blind fret frieze. Three long and two short drawers, flanked to either side with fret carved canted corners. Raised on a base with three long drawers and ogee bracket feet. 48” (122cm) wide. (1) €600.00-€900.00 553 A PAINTED METAL CLUB FENDER, with upholstered ends on square tubular rods. Raised on moulded base. 64” (164cm) wide. (1) €300.00-€400.00

556 A CIRCULAR VICTORIAN MAHOGANY BREAKFAST TABLE, the moulded top on turned stem, and quadruple pod with scroll legs. 51” (130cm) wide. (1) €200.00-€300.00 557 A PAIR OF UNUSUAL CIRCULAR MAHOGANY SIDE OR LAMP TABLES. Each circular segmented top with a pierced brass gallery, above a frieze drawer, with hanging swags, and a concave square shelf below. Raised on tapering reeded legs. 29” (74cm) h x 16” (41cm) w. (1) €350.00-€550.00

549 A TWELVE PIECE EDWARDIAN PARLOUR SET. Comprising two seater settee with double padded back and centre pierced splat above a serpentine fronted seat raised on cabriole legs. Together with a set of six chairs, three armchairs, and a small nursing chair. (a lot) €250.00-€350.00 550 A VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD VANITY JEWELLRY CASE, with concealed drawer to base. 11” (28cm) wide. (1) €50.00-€80.00 551 AN ATTRACTIVE PAIR OF SQUARE SERPENTINE SHAPED WALNUT AND KINGWOOD PEDESTAL TABLES. Each with ornate brass mounts and shaped frieze. Raised on four cabriole legs. 30.5” (77cm) h x 14” (36cm) w. (2) €250.00-€350.00


554 NINETEENTH CENTURY FRENCH GILT METAL AND PORCELAIN MANTEL CLOCK GARNITURE. Movement by Jape Frere Paris, with outside count wheel, striking on a steel bell. Circular floral decorated porcelain dial with roman numerals, surmounted with a porcelain and gilt metal urn finial, flanked to either side with two cherubs. On a conforming base with gilt plinth. Together with a pair of matching urns with fixed covers and ornate gilt metal mounts, in the form of female mask and floral swags. On a conforming base. The clock, 14.5” 7cm) high x 13.5” 4cm) wide. The urns, 13.5” 4cm) high. (3) €400.00-€600.00

558 A FINE GEORGE III PERIOD MAHOGANY CHEST-ON-CHEST. Dentil-moulded cornice above three long and two short drawers, on a base with three long drawers raised on bracket feet. 68” (74cm) x 43” (20cm). (1) €500.00-€700.00

555 A GEORGIAN STYLE MAHOGANY FOUR DRAWER CHEST. O.R.M., Raised on bracket feet. 29” (74cm) wide. (1) €80.00-€120.00

560 A RUST GROUND PERSIAN QASHQAI RUG, with stylised design, inside a double border. 6ft 4” (193cm) long x 3ft 11” (120cm) wide. (1) €180.00-€200.00

559 AN ORIENTAL RUG, with large octagonal red centre medallion and two light blue triangular medallions, on a burgundy ground, inside a triple band border. 6ft (283cm)l x 3ft7(189cm)w. (1) €150.00-€200.00


561 A HAMADAN RUNNER, with all over stylised floral pattern, on ivory ground, inside a three band border. 9ft 10” (299cm) long x 3ft 10” (118cm) wide. (1) €160.00-€180.00 562 AFTER JAMES MALTON. ‘The Royal Exchange.’ Engraving from the set of Malton’s Views of Dublin. 13” (33cm) high x 17.5” (45cm) wide. (1) €100.00-€150.00 563 AN UMBRELLA SHAPED BRASS STICK AND UMBRELLA STAND. A peacock tail shaped pierced brass fire screen and a five piece brass fire tidy. (3) €70.00-€90.00

564 A FINE BRASS MOUNTED FRENCH BOMBE SHAPED PARQUETRY INLAID BONHEUR DE JOUR. Rouge marble top above a shaped frieze drawer and two cupboard doors. With a pull out writing slide and lower long drawer. Raised on cabriole legs with brass mounts. 54.5” (39cm) high x 29.5” (75cm) wide. (1) €2,500.00-€2,700.00 565 A NINETEENTH CENTURY FOLD OVER MAHOGANY CARD TABLE. Satinwood banded top of rectangular form with canted corners, and a conforming frieze. Raised on square tapering inlaid legs. 37” (93cm) wide. (1) €300.00-€500.00

566 566 A GOOD PAIR OF VICTORIAN MAHOGANY HALL CHAIRS. Each shield-shaped back applied with scrolling foliage above a solid seat. Raised on very ornate front cabriole legs. (2) €1,200.00-€1,400.00 567 AN EDWARDIAN WALNUT OCCASIONAL SIDE OR NURSING CHAIR, with pink button back and padded seat. Raised on front turned legs. Together with another occasional armchair with oval seat and tapestry back. (2) €100.00-€150.00 568 TWO SIMILAR MARQUETRY INLAID EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY OCCASIONAL CHAIRS. One with vase shaped splat, the other with an oval inlaid splat, above a padded seat. One with turned legs, the other with square tapering legs. (2) €100.00-€150.00 569 TWO SIMILAR EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY OCCASIONAL CHAIRS, one with curved back splats and a centre shaped splat, both with padded seats, one on front square tapering legs, the other on turned legs. (2) €100.00-€150.00 570 A VICTORIAN INLAID AND CROSSBANDED MAHOGANY SOFA TABLE, of small proportions. With two D-shaped flaps flanking three concealed frieze drawers. On double twin supports united by a turned stretcher. On splayed legs. 56” (142cm) wide, extended. (1) €300.00-€500.00


571 A VERY ATTRACTIVE NINETEENTH CENTURY FRENCH FLORAL MARQUETRY COMMODE. Breakfront outline with rouge and speckled white marble top above four drawers. Each profusely inlaid with flowers and foliage. Raised on short cabriole legs with brass sabots. 26” (92cm) high x 34” (87cm) wide. (1) €1,500.00-€1,700.00 572 NINETEENTH CENTURY CONTINENTAL SCHOOL. ‘Oval Portrait Of Young Lady. Scene with a lady in white satin dress with pink roses standing by a fountain with a stoneware jar in her right arm. Oils on canvas. Extremely attractive swept-gilt rococo style frame. 21” (53cm) high x 17” (43cm) wide. (1) €2,500.00-€3,000.00 573 A GOOD QUALITY PAKISTANI BOKHARA CARPET, the iron red field with seven rows of octagons, inside a multi border. 12ft 5” (378cm) long x 8ft 4” (284cm) wide. (1) €400.00-€500.00 574 A VERY ATTRACTIVE CARVED WALNUT THREE SEATER CENTRE SETTEE, with button back and bow fronted seat. Leaf carved frame, raised on six cabriole legs. Covered in beige dralon. (1) €1,500.00-€1,700.00 575 AN EDWARDIAN INLAID MAHOGANY CORNER ARMCHAIR, with two pierced splats, and square padded seat. Raised on four turned legs. (1) €70.00-€90.00 576 A LARGE VICTORIAN WALNUT CASED CHIMING BRACKET CLOCK. Works by R.M.S. Brass mounted domed-top with eagle surmounted above an arched brass dial. Silverised chapter ring and Roman and Arabic numerals. With a fast/slow subsidiary dial and another chimed silent dial inside an arched and bevelled glazed door. Flanked to either side with canted corners and applied with brass caryatids. Two pierced arched panel doors to either side. Rectangular moulded base on leaf cast claw feet. 27” (69cm)h x 16” (41cm). (1) €1,500.00-€2,000.00 577 AN ATTRACTIVE GILT PIER MIRROR. O.R.M. With cartouche and leaf moulded crest, above an arched and bead moulded top. Conforming frame around an arched bevelled mirror plate. 74” (188cm) high x 30” (76c) wide. (1) €400.00-€500.00 578 A VICTORIAN CIRCULAR WALNUT AND MAHOGANY FLIP TOP BREAKFAST TABLE. Moulded top on tripod base with turned stem. 47” (120cm) diameter. (1) €150.00- €250.00



595 AN ATTRACTIVE AND UNUSUAL PAIR OF TWO BRANCH RUSTIC CANDELABRA. Each modelled with a cherub beneath a vine tree with hanging fruit and two urn shaped sockets. On an oval marble plinth with vine cast base. 9.5” (24cm) high. (1) €450-€500 596 A RARE IRISH VICTORIAN RELIEF MOULDED POTTERY JUG. Depicting Erin holding the green flag and harp with a seated wolfhound. The reverse with a harp. Both in monochrome. 8.5” (22cm) high. (1) €150-€180

579 AN OVAL ARTS AND CRAFTS EMBOSSED BRASS MIRROR, with bevelled plate. 22” (56cm) high. AND, an Adams style slope-top bow fronted brass coal scuttle with ring handles. 12” (31cm) wide. (2) €40.00-€60.00 580 AN UNUSUAL SILVERED BRONZE FIGURE OF A PROWLING CHEETAH. 32” (107cm) high. (1) €650.00-€700.00 581 A VERY GOOD PAIR OF GEORGE II STYLE WALNUT BACHELORS’ CHESTS. Each with figured and cross-banded top with re entrant front corners, above a slide and four long graduating drawers. On bracket feet. 29” (74cm) high x 24” (61cm) wide. (2) €2,000-€2,200 582 A SMALL EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY CARVED AND PIERCED OAK MIRROR WALL BRACKET, with two compartments and a D-shaped shelf. 17” (43cm) high. (1) €50-€70 586 A VERY ATTRACTIVE LARGE CARVED HEAVY MARBLE BENCH. Oblong top with leaf carved edge raised on three lyre shaped standards with carved scrolls. On rectangular and oblong plinths. 71” (180cm) high x 19” (48cm) wide. (1) €400-€600 587 A LARGE GOOD QUALITY CARVED MARBLE EQUESTRIAN MILITARY GROUP. Modelled as Chinese warrior on horseback. 38” (90cm). (1) €500-€700

588 A LARGE CARVED MARBLE EQUESTRIAN GROUP. Modelled with a Royal Prince riding a galloping horse. 35” (90cm) high. (1) €500-€700

597 A RELIEF MOULDED DOULTON STONEWARE HARVEST CIDER JUG. Silver mounted rim and reeded handle. The body a hunting scene with hounds and windmills and figures merry making. 6.25” (26cm)high. (1) €70-€90

589 A PAIR OF UNUSUAL COTSWOLD STUDIO SIGNED SANDSTONE PLANTERS. Each of baluster form, moulded with interlaced tracing. 15” (38cm) high. (1) €1,000-€1,200 590 A PAIR OF ATTRACTIVE CAST IRON HORSE PITCHING POSTS. Each headed with a horse head with mouth ring. On a reeded column and two stage hexagonal stepped base. 52.5” (133cm) high. (1) €300-€400 591 A PAIR OF LARGE BRONZED METAL FIGURES OF STORKS. One facing forward, the other facing back and in standing position. 56” (142cm) high. (1) €900-€950 592 A VERY ATTRACTIVE AND UNUSUAL CARVED AND PINK MARBLE BIRD BATH. The bowl of reeded form on flared and fluted stem and square plinth. 36” (91cm) high. (1 ) €600-€700 593 A CARVED COMPOSITION SAND STONE CONSOLE TABLE. In three sections. Demi-lune and rope moulded top on a reeded stem and conforming two stage rope moulded base. 30.5” (77cm) high x 36 (92cm) wide. (1) €300-€400

598 598 A FINE FRENCH ORMOLU MOUNTED CLOCK. Movement with outside count wheel striking on a steel bell. The circular convex enamel dial with Arabic numerals flanked to one side with classical woman semi-draped and a cherub offering a floral tiara. On rectangular moulded white marble base. 11” (28cm) high x 8.5” (22cm) wide. (1) €650-€750 599 A VERY GOOD VICTORIAN MAHOGANY TELESCOPIC DINING TABLE, with three spare leaves and demi lune ends, raised on four heavy leaf carved cabriole legs, with scroll feet. 10ft (305cm) long x 50” (157cm) wide. (1) €600-€800


600 A SET OF EIGHT LATE WILLIAM IV EARLY VICTORIAN MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS. Each with a shaped and curved bar-back, above a stuff over seat, raised on turned tapering reeded legs. (8) €400-€600

603 A GEORGE III PERIOD NICELY FIGURED OAK CUPBOARD. The moulded cornice above four panel doors enclosing painted shelves on a base with two central conforming panel doors. Flanked to either side with three drawers. Raised on a series of bracket feet. 83” (212cm) high x 86” (219cm). wide. (1) €700.00-€1,100.00 604 A LARGE COMPOSITION MARBLE BUST OF JULIUS CAESAR. Head and shoulders, on turned socle. 25” (64cm). (1) €250-€350 605 A VERY ATTRACTIVE GILT WALL MIRROR. Of octagonal form with cartouche crest, above an arrangement of mirror plates around a central bevelled plate. In ornate oval frame. 63” (160cm) h x 44” (112cm) w. (1) €550-€600 606 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) high. (2) €400-€500

601 A FINE GEORGIAN STYLE MAHOGANY CARVED MOULDED MANTEL PIECE. With egg and dart mound shelf, above a frieze with scrolling foliage, and hanging floral swags, flanked to either side with leaf carved scroll corbel. On conforming paneled jambs and block feet. 55” (140cm) high x 66.5 (168cm) wide. (1) €800-€900

602 A PAIR OF BRASS MOUNTED SERPENTINE SHAPED LAMP TABLES OR OCCASIONAL TABLES, each top with moulded brass edge around a cross bound and inlaid top, above a frieze drawer and conforming stretcher shelf below, with pierced brass gallery, on fluted brass mounted legs, 29” (74cm)h x 18.5” (47cm)w. (2) €600-€800


607 A RARE FIRST PERIOD (1863-1890) BELLEEK BITTERN COMPORT. Lacking bowl. Modelled with three Bitterns around a wreath, standing. One lacking head, on rustic style leaf encrusted base with wave rim. As is. 11” (28cm) high. (1) €200-€300


608 A LATE NINETEENTH AND EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY FRENCH WALNUT AND BRASS MOUNTED LADIES DRESSING TABLE. With oval swing frame mirror above a breakfront top with pierced brass gallery and a centre frieze drawer. Flanked with concave sides and raised on four tapering fluted legs. 36” (992cm) wide. (1) €200-€300

613 AN ATTRACTIVE TABRIZ CARPET. Large ivory and burgundy ground floral central medallion, the all over floral field in shades of blue and turquoise, inside a double border. 12ft 10” (390cm) long x 9ft 1” (277cm) wide. (1) €500-€600

609 AN EDWARDIAN INLAID MAHOGANY CARD TABLE. With four fold out triangular flaps and a frieze drawer. On square tapering legs, 20” (51cm) wide. (1) €200-€300

623 A PAIR OF WATERFORD CRYSTAL WINES, each commemorating Limerick Treaty 300. A set of four smaller cut glass wines. Two cut glass vases. A pressed glass cream jug. A miniature Waterford crystal vase. An ashtray. A paper weight. A pair of cut glass baluster shaped stemmed casters. A Cavan crystal model of a sailing boat. An art wine glass. A cut leaf shaped glass butter dish on silver plated stand. (17) €30-€50

612 A LARGE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY STYLE OAK CANOPY BED, with panelled roof and back. The back with a moulded shelf, on corbel supports. The front with two turned columns, supporting the canopy and square sections below. 6ft (183cm) wide. (1) €2,500-€2,800

615 GEORGES VAN DER STRAETEN (1856-1928), an attractive bronze bust of a young lady, head and shoulders. Signed verso. With ‘Société Des Bronzes De Paris’ foundry stamp. 18” (46cm) high. (1) €500-€600 617 A FRENCH BRASS MOUNTED COMMODE, late nineteenth century. With serpentine shaped marble top, with two shaped drawers, and curved sides, 50” (137cm) wide. (1) €600-€800

620 A SET OF FIVE COLLEEN WATERFORD CRYSTAL STEMMED GOBLETS. And two similar dittos. A set of six Waterford crystal ports. A set of six similar dittos. (19) €70-€90 621 A WATERFORD CRYSTAL BOWL. 8” (20cm) high. Another unusual Waterford cut glass bowl. 9” (23cm) high. AND a stemmed crystal bowl, probably Waterford. 7” (18cm). (3) €100-€150

610 A FRENCH WING-BACK CARVED GILTWOOD ARMCHAIR. Arched back with a leaf crest, above a padded back and side panels and a padded serpentine fronted seat. Raised on leaf carved cabriole legs. (1) €250-€400


619 A SET OF SIX WATERFORD CRYSTAL BRANDY BALLOONS, together with six Waterford crystal tumblers and six stemmed Waterford crystal tumblers. (18)

618 A PAIR OF WATERFORD CRYSTAL BALUSTER SHAPED VASES. 7” (18cm) high. A small Tipperary crystal vase. A Tipperary crystal bowl. 6.75” (17cm). A small Cavan crystal dish. A bulbous shaped Waterford crystal bowl. 5” (13cm) high. A Waterford crystal cream jug and sugar bowl. A Waterford crystal honey jar. (9) €80-€100

624 A SEVENTEENTH CENTURY STYLE OAK AND INLAID MARQUETRY BUFFET. The top crested with a classical mask above a floral inlaid panel and a shelf. Mirror plate flanked to either side with a carved panel depicting figures in an interior, in relief. Conforming base with three frieze drawers and two conforming inlaid panel doors below. Raised on bulbous carved legs. 57” (146cm) wide. (1) €250-€350 625 AN UNUSUAL RENAISSANCE REVIVAL CARVED WALNUT COLONIE TYPE LIFT TOP CHEST, of inverted breakfront outline and carved edge, the frieze with a central roundel carved with a cherub and flanked to either side with pegasus and a bird, and two grotesque masks to each end, all supported by two mythical dogs, with fish tails, rested on scrolls and a conforming base below, 68” (173cm) wide. (1) 626 A PAIR OF YEW VENEER TALL CHESTS. One with a lift top and drop front top drawers and four lower drawers, raised on turned legs. AND a matching chest with five long drawers on conforming legs. Each 42” (107cm) high x 32” (82cm) wide. (2) €300-€400


627 A WALNUT PEDESTAL ROLL TOP DESK. O.R.M. Tambour top with fitted interior, raised on two pedestals with various drawers and cupboards. 54” (138cm) wide. (1) €180-€250 628 A FINE GEORGE III CARVED WATER GILT PIER MIRROR. c.1775. Leaf-moulded frame crested with a double scroll cartouche with three carved leaves and a conforming lower apron. Shaped frame with scrolling rustic leaf forms. 48” (123cm) high x 27” (69cm) wide. (1) €1,500-€2,500 629 A LATE VICTORIAN CHESTERFIELD SETTEE. Button back, seat and sides, raised on front turned legs. Covered in iron-red fabric, 76” (93cm) wide. (1) €200-€300 630 JAMES HALL FLACK (1941). ‘Church of Ireland Straffan.’ Watercolour. Signed. Studio label verso. Inscribed and dated, 1984. 10.5” (27cm) high x 14.5” (37cm) wide. (1) €200-€300 632 A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE BOTTLE VASE, with two four claw dragons. 7” (18cm) high. Together with a small carved Chinese wooden group, modelled with a man riding a water buffalo, and separate stand. AND, an unusual Chinese pickle dish on seperate stand. Famille rose style. (3) €80-€90


633 A FLORAL DECORATED DRESDEN PORCELAIN PICKLE DISH. Underglaze A.R. stamp. Rustic twig style handle. Decorated and relief moulded with flowers and a central inner panel with figures chatting. 5” (12.5cm) high. (1) €80-€150 634 TEN OLD BLACK AND WHITE PORTRAIT ENGRAVINGS depicting various English monarchs, through the years. Each with inscriptions. Mounted without frames, 11.5” (29cm) high x 8” (20cm). (10) €150-€250 635 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN PIECES. Comprising a pair of square pierced ink pot stands. A blue and white cylindrical vase, decorated with birds and foliage, underneath a flared rim. 6” (17cm) high. A small blue and white Chinese baluster shaped dragon vase. 4.5” (12cm) high. A set of four Chinese blue and white dragon wine cups. Each 2.75” (7cm) high. (8) €70-€120 636 A SEVEN PIECE GLASS DRINKING SET. Decorated in the Jazz style, with jazz musicians, singers and vocalists. With gilt bands. Comprising jug and six tumblers. (7) €80-€150


637 A FINE NINETEENTH CENTURY ITALIAN MICRO MOSAIC. Depicting St. Peter’s Square and The Vatican Rome inside two dark black marble bands, and a malachite band. 7” (17cm) wide, in attractive gilt frame. (1) €400-€600 638 A GOOD EARLY VIENNA PORCELAIN CABINET PLATE. Depicting Venus and Vulcan, with various trophies. In a very ornate and parcel gilt ebonised frame with velvet lining. 9.5” (24cm) wide. (1) €300-€500 639 A PAIR OF MILITARY CARICATURE PORTRAIT GOUACHE PAINTINGS. Signed Sniper. ‘The Queen’s Navee’ and ‘The Eight’. Both signed. On book paper. 13.75” (35c) high x 10” (26cm) wide. (2) €80-€120 640 AFTER SNAFFLES, CHARLES JOHNSON PAYNE, ‘View the Sea Hawk’ coloured print inscribed ‘The Sillies can say what Our Road was - The Hinder she saw when we Passed’ (with the artist apologies to Rudyard Kipling), signed and inscribed to O.C.E., with my regards, Snaffles, 1918, 21.5” (55cm) high x 30” (76cm) wide; and it’s companion, another military seaplane, with two battleship, signed to the right hand border, a pair. (2) €400-€600 641 A SIX AIR SWISS MUSIC BOX. In marquetry inlaid and ebonised case. 13.5” (35cm) wide. (1) €200-€300 642 A PAIR OF DARK METAL BOOKENDS. Each modelled with an elephant. 5” (13cm). (1) €80-€120 643 A GOOD QUALITY OAK CASED BAROGRAPH. With the trade label of Pollock and Company, Dublin, Ireland. Five glass panels, and a lift off top, raised on a moulded plinth. 15” (38cm) high. (1) €280-€350 644 VIOLET ELDER, (TWENTIETH AND TWENTY FIRST CENTURY IRISH). ‘Tall Tree Above Roof Tops.’ Watercolour. Signed, lower left. 12.5” (32cm) high x 9.5” (24cm) wide. Together with another watercolour by Nancy Pasley. ‘Red Sky’. 12.5” (32cm) high x 9.5” (24cm) wide. AND, Patricia Hill. ‘Howth Lighthouse,1995.’ Oils on board. 4.5” (12cm) high x 6.5” (16cm) wide. (3) €80-€100

648 TWO SIMILAR FORNASETTI ITALIAN PORCELAIN PAPER WEIGHTS. Each of oval form, decorated in gilt with crossed keys. The other with jewellery pendants and necklace. Each approximately 4” (10cm) wide. (2) €200-€300 649 A LARGE WICKER BASKET WITH LINEN. Containing a large quantity of assorted table lace, linen, napkins, cloths, place mats, etc. All in good clean condition. (a lot) €150-€250 650 A GERMAN CROSS with eagle and swastika, dated 1939. Together with another German brooch, probably a tunic brooch, depicting a large gun with eagle and swastika. AND, eighteen Hitler portrait, German stamps, uncirculated. (20) €80-€150 651 A PAIR OF ROYAL DUX PORCELAIN FIGURES. One depicting a man playing a violin and the other a woman in long flowing gown listening. 10.5” (27cm) high. (2) €80-€150 652 SIX OLD STONEWARE STOUT OR ALE BOTTLES. Two colour. By Neal Carlin’s Bottling, Waterside, Derry. Together with a set of six similar dittos by W.G. O’Doherty’s & Co’s, Londonderry. (12) €150-€250 653 A SET OF SIX TWO COLOUR STONEWARE BEER OR STOUT BOTTLES. Bottled by D. Craig Donemana. Together with a set of six mixed bottles. Carlin’s, Waterside, Derry. D. Craig Donemana. W. Doherty, Londonderry. N. McLoone & Co’s, Londonderry. AND two others. (12) €150-€250 654 A SEVENTEENTH CENTURY STYLE OAK HIGH BACK WAINSCOT ARMCHAIR. The back crested with a shell, two stylised dolphins and two carved panels below. One with a grotesque mask. With a solid seat on turned legs. (1) €200-€300 655 A FINE CHIPPENDALE STYLE WALNUT DOUBLE CHAIR BACK SETTEE. Shaped scroll splat applied with scrolling foliage. Drop in tapestry seat and three shells to the frieze. Raised on three shell capped cabriole legs with ball and claw feet. (1) €700-€1,100

645 THREE BOXES OF LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY AND EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY CHILDRENS PITCH PINE BUILDING BLOCKS. (3) €80-€100 646 AN EARLY EDWARDIAN OAK TANATULUS. Four square cut glass decanters, each with prism stoppers, against a mirror back. Front with two fold out panels showing divided compartments, probably for cigars and cigarettes. Spring release lower drawer enclosing a quidditch board, probably associated. 13.5” (25cm) wide. (1) €150-€250 647 A LARGE CUT GLASS WATER JUG, together with four glass vases, various sizes and shapes. A cut glass wine cooler and a cut glass stem bowl. (8) €50-€70


656 A GEORGE III PERIOD MAHOGANY GAINSBOROUGH LIBRARY ARMCHAIR. Tapestry covered back and seat. Shaped arms terminating in scrolls. Raised on front square moulded legs. (1) €700-€1,100 658 A LATE GEORGE III PERIOD MAHOGANY KNEE HOLE WRITING DESK. Rectangular top with rounded corners above an arrangement of six drawers and a centre frieze drawer. Flanked to either side with reeded columns. Raised on fluted legs. 4ft (152cm) wide. (1) €700-€1,100 659 A PAIR OF GEORGE III INLAID MAHOGANY INLAID DINING CHAIRS. Each curved top rail inlaid with shell and fans, above a conforming cross rail. With stuff over seat, covered in green fabric. Raised on front square tapering legs. (2) €80-€120 660 AN EDWARDIAN PIERCED BRASS FENDER, with two urn finials. 56” (143cm) wide. Together with two brass coal buckets. AND a set of three heavy fire irons, each with urn and leaf cast finial. (6) €150-€250 661 A LATE GEORGE III PERIOD INLAID MAHOGANY DEMI-LUNE SIDE TABLE. Of small proportions. Top with a central fan above a conforming frieze, raised on three square tapering spade legs. 30.25 “ (77cm) wide. (1) €300-€400


662 A FINE GEORGE III PERIOD INLAID AND CROSS BANDED MAHOGANY BUREAU. Slope front with shell and fan and decor inlay. Opening to reveal a nicely fitted interior with an arrangement of drawers, pigeon holes, and secret compartments. Central cupboard with three long and two short drawers below. Raised on bracket feet. 42” (107cm) wide. (1) €500-€700 663 A GEORGE III PERIOD MAHOGANY GAINSBOROUGH TYPE ARMCHAIR. Tapestry covered back and seat, flanked to either side with shaped and moulded armrests with scroll terminals. Raised on front square moulded legs. (1) 664 AN INLAID MAHOGANY BUTLERS TRAY TOP SERVING TABLE. With lift off glass tray and brass handles. On square tapering spade legs, 28” (72cm) wide. (1) €200-€250 665 A GOOD PAIR OF NINETEENTH CENTURY ANGLO INDIAN ROSEWOOD OCCASIONAL TABLES OR JARDINIERE STANDS, each circular moulded top with a marble inset, raised on an ornate carved baluster stem, with three upper collars, on tripod base with scroll feet, 31” (79cm) high x 15” (39cm) diameter. (1) €800-€1,200 666 AN INLAID GEORGE III PERIOD MAHOGANY AND ROSEWOOD BANDED CARD TABLE, with D-shaped top and satinwood banded frieze. Raised on four square tapering inlaid legs. 34” (87cm) wide. (1) €600-€700


667 A DUTCH MARQUETRY INLAID AND RED WALNUT DINING ROOM ARMCHAIR. Double rail back above a padded seat. Raised on front slightly splayed legs. As is. (1) €200-€300

673 A GEORGE III PERIOD MAHOGANY BUREAU CABINET. Ornate inlaid top, probably associated. Dentil moulded cornice above two gothic glazed doors, on a slope front base. Fitted interior above four long graduating drawers. Raised on bracket feet. 47” (119cm) wide . (1) €400-€500

668 A LATE GEORGIAN PERIOD CIRCULAR THREE TIER DUMBWAITER. Graduating shelves and turned stem. Raised on tripod base. 48” (122cm) high x 23” (59cm) wide. (1) €250-€350

674 A VICTORIAN TAPESTRY PICTURE, depicting King Charles I with his children, and other figures. 25” (64cm) high x 20.5” (52cm) wide. (1) €250-€350

669 AN INLAID BOW FRONTED MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD. Nineteenth century. With three quarter gallery and centre frieze drawer. Central cupboard and two outer cupboard doors inlaid with ovals. Two outer frieze drawers. Raised on square tapering spade legs. 55” (140cm) wide. (1) €250-€350

675 A VICTORIAN BEAD MOULDED WALNUT NURSING CHAIR, with floral tapestry seat, on bead turned back and legs. (1) €100-€200

670 A SET OF EIGHT IRISH GEORGE III PERIOD, BAR-BACK DINING CHAIRS, each back with two inlaid rails, above a stuff over seat. On front square tapering legs. (8) €400-€600

676 A PAIR OF GEORGE III PAINTED DINING ROOM ARMCHAIRS. Each with a three railed back and tapestry seat. Raised on front square tapering legs. (1) €250-€350

671 A SET OF EIGHT (6+2) QUEEN ANNE STYLE MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS. Each with a shaped scroll-top rail and pierced centre splat above a stuffover seat. Raised on front cabriole legs. (8) €400-€600 672 A GEORGE IV PERIOD MAHOGANY AND ROSEWOOD BANDED SIDE CUPBOARD. Inverted breakfront outline with bead moulded top. Two mesh trellis pattern doors with green pleated fabric, flanked to either side with spiral reeded and leaf carved pilasters. Raised on turned legs. 55”139cm) wide. (1) €1,500-€2,200


677 A GEORGE III PERIOD MAHOGANY TAPESTRY COVERED SIDE CHAIR, with arched back, and straight fronted seat. Raised on front square moulded legs. (1) €200-€300

688 NINETEENTH CENTURY ITALIAN SCHOOL, ‘Madonna and Child’ oils on canvas, in attractive gilt frame. 27” (94cm) high x 28.5” (72cm) wide. (1) €150-€250

678 A GEORGIAN MAHOGANY ARMCHAIR. Tapestry covered back, seat and elbow rests. Raised on front square legs. (1) €180-€250

689 JEAN-BAPTISTE DAVELOOZE (1807-1886), ‘Thatched Cottages, and a Woman Tending Sheep on a Country Path’, oils on panel. 13.75” (35cm) high x 20” (51cm) wide. (1) €200-€300

679 A SMALL OCTAGONAL INLAID MAHOGANY OCCASIONAL TABLE, with conforming stretcher shelf. Raised on square tapering slightly curved legs. 20.5” (52cm) wide. (1) €80-€90

690 PETER A. SPENCER, ‘View of Waterford Harbour, with Reginald’s Tower’, watercolour, signed, inscribed and dated ‘92. 12” (30cm) high x 14.5” (37cm) wide. (1) €80-€120

680 AFTER GUIDO RENI (1575-1642). ‘Portrait of Beatrice Cenci.’ Oils on canvas. 24” (61cm) high x 19” (48cm) wide. (1) €300-€400

691 MEZZOTINT ENGRAVINGS, one depicting King William III at Namur, 1695; another, and it’s companion James Duke of Monmouth, from a painting by Nether & Wike, a pair. Approximately 16” (42cm) high x 21” (53cm) wide. (2) €80-€120

681 AN OVAL SILVER PLATED AND CRESTED DISH COVER, with bead edge. 16” (40cm) high. Together with a shield shaped gilt mirror. 23” (58cm) high x 13.5” (34cm) wide. And another oval wall mirror. 17.5” (45cm) wide. (3) €70-€120

692 AN ATTRACTIVE OVERPAINTED COLOURED PRINT, depicting KIng Edward VII and Alexandra of Denmark in their coronation robes, oil on board. 24” (61cm) high x 19” (48cm) wide. (1) €80-€100

682 AN ORIENTAL STYLE WOOL RUG. With all-over stylised pattern, on iron-red ground, inside a wide border with smaller bands. 12ft (366cm) long x 9ft5 (287cm) wide. (1) €100-€150

693 NINETEENTH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, ‘Extensive River Landscape with Cattle Crossing and Castle Beyond’ oils on canvas. 19” (49cm) high x 23.25” (59cm) wide. (1) €200-€300

683 AN IRON-RED GROUND AFGHAN RUG. With centre cruciform medallion, and two large octagons, inside conforming borders. 8ft4 (254cm) long x 5ft4 (162cm) wide. (1) €80-€150

694 FOLLOWER OF JAMES ARTHUR O’CONNOR (1792-1841), ‘Gypsies Chatting by a Fire and other Figures on a Road with Town Beyond’, oils on canvas. 15.5” (39cm) high x 23.25” (59cm) wide. (1) €200-€300

684 THREE DISTRESSED ORIENTAL RUGS. Various sizes. As is. (3) €30-€40

695 LOUIS RICHARDS, (ACT. 1890-?), ‘Highland Pond with Sheep Grazing’ oils on canvas, signed lower left. 15.5” (39cm) high x 23.5” (60cm) wide. (1) €200-€300

685 AN UNUSUAL MAHOGANY CELLARETTE, nineteenth century, of sarcophagus form, with two brass ring handles, and a scallop shell to the front, raised on reeded legs, adapted. 24” (61cm) wide. (1) €200-€300

696 A VICTORIAN SWEPT GILT PICTURE FRAME, to suit a canvas, approximately 25” (64cm) high x 30” (76cm) wide. (1) €80-€100

686 A CHINESE MOTHER OF PEARL INLAID BOX, with lift off top, and fret cut sides, the top blind carving, the circular roundel with warriors fighting, and other figures on horseback, and court figures in attendance. 9.5” (24c) high. (1) €100-€200 687 OLIVER, a pair of Arab desert scenes, depicting figures camping, gouache. 15.5” (39cm) high x 11.5” (20cm) wide. (2) €200-€300 Background: Lot 519




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Paymentaccept for all no lotsresponsibility purchased is to made in viewed, euro. Bids sent bycondition email mayreport not be *guaranteed, Intending buyers should note bids are accepted in euro Payment all lots purchased is to made in euro. sentforbyacts email may not be has been given or not. especially after thethat deadline. Please call the officeonly. to confirm anyfor email bids. We accept nobe responsibility or Bids liability or omissions especially after thethat deadline. Please call the officeonly. to confirm anyfor email bids. We accept nobe responsibility or Bids liability or omissions *guaranteed, Intendingany buyers should note are accepted inabove. euro Payment all lots purchased is to made in euro. sentforbyacts email may not be regarding bids received after thebids deadline specified regarding bids received the deadline specified guaranteed, especially after after the deadline. Please call theabove. office to confirm any email bids. We accept no responsibility or liability for acts or omissions Telephoneany Bidding Telephone Bidding regarding any bidstoreceived the deadline above. If you are unable come toafter the auction it mayspecified be possible to bid on the telephone for higher value lots. Please note that this service is only for lots If youan are unable to €200 comeeuro to the it may be possible on the higher value lots. Please noteonly thatand thisask service is only lots Telephone Bidding with estimate of orauction more. The number of linestoisbid limited, sotelephone we would for urge serious telephone bidding that you be for prepared with estimate of €200 more. number linesto limited, socovering we would urge serious telephone bidding and that you be prepared If you are unable toestimate. comeeuro to the auction itadvisable may be possible bid on the telephone Please noteonly that this service is only lots to bidan over the top Itor would beThe toofleave aismaximum bidfor in higher case wevalue are not to contact you byask telephone. All for lines must to the top Itor would beThe advisable aismaximum bid in case we are not able to contact you telephone. All lines must with anover estimate ofestimate. €200 euro more. number lines limited, socovering we would urge serious telephone bidding only andby ask thatmany you be prepared be bid booked and confirmed in writing before the dayto ofofleave the auction and preferably some time in advance. Telephone bidding involves variables and be bid booked and confirmed in ensure writing before the day of leave theofauction and preferably some time in advance. Telephone bidding involves manyAll variables and to over the every top estimate. It would besmooth advisable to a maximum covering case we are not bids able to contact you by telephone. lines must whilst we take care to the running this service, we cannotbid beinheld liable if your are missed for any reason. whilst we take to ensure the smooth running thisp.m. service, weprior cannot be held liable if your bids are missed for any reason. be booked andevery confirmed in be writing before the of by theof auction and preferably time in advance. Telephone bidding involves many variables and Note: This bidding slipcare must lodged with our day office 5.00 on day tosome sale. Note: This bidding slipcare must lodged our office by of 5.00 on day sale. whilst we take every to be ensure thewith smooth running thisp.m. service, weprior cannot be held liable if your bids are missed for any reason. PLEASE CHECK YOUR BID/S PLEASE USEtoBLOCK LETTERS Note: ThisCHECK biddingYOUR slip must be lodged with our office by 5.00 p.m. PLEASE on day prior sale. LETTERS PLEASE BID/S USEtoBLOCK Payment Conditions

PLEASE CHECK YOUR BID/S Full Name: Full Name: Full Name:

Address: Address: Address:

Email: Email: Email: Telephone No(s): Telephone No(s): Telephone No(s): Signed: Signed: Signed:

Date: Date: Date:


Payment Conditions All purchases must be paid for in Payment Conditions All purchases must be paid for in full and all cheques must be All must be paid fullpurchases and all cheques must befor in cleared before goods are released. full and before all cheques must cleared goods are be released. In order to avoid delay, potential cleared goods arepotential released. In orderbefore to avoid delay, buyers are asked to make payment In orderare to asked avoid delay, potential buyers to make payment arrangements with us prior to Sale buyers are asked tous make arrangements with priorpayment to Sale 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 All cheques DELIVERY: or drafts are bemust madebepayable “Mealy’s Fine Ltd.”on Third party or drafts will not be accepted as payment purchased. Allto lots paid fortoand cleared by Art 5:00pm Friday 9thcheques March 2018. All clearing is at the purchaser’s risk for andlots expense. purchased. All lots bepayable paid forto and cleared by Art 5:00pm on Friday 9thcheques AllConditions clearing isand at the risk for andlots All or draftsby are to bemust made “Mealy’s Third party or drafts will not be accepted payment Anycheques lots notDELIVERY: cleared 5:00pm on Friday 9th March 2018,Fine will be Ltd.” subject to Clause 3March of the 2018. Buyers willpurchaser’s be as held in storage atexpense. the Any lots notDELIVERY: cleared 5:00pm on Friday 9th 2018, will be subject Clause of the 2018. BuyersAllConditions willpurchaser’s be held in storage the purchased. All lots must be paid forMarch and cleared by 5:00pm on to Friday 9th3March clearing isand at the risk andatexpense. purchaser’s risk and by expense. purchaser’s and by expense. Any lots not risk cleared 5:00pm on Friday 9th March 2018, will be subject to Clause 3 of the Buyers Conditions and will be held in storage at the purchaser’s risk and expense.

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MEALY'S Spring Sale 2018  
MEALY'S Spring Sale 2018  

A sale of fine art, antiques, and interiors