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The Winter Sale 2017

Tuesday 7th & Wednesday 8th November 2017

THE winter SALE 2017 (ref. 0257) on Tuesday 7th & Wednesday 8th November 2017 at the Castlecomer Saleroom in Ireland and online commencing at 11am Public Viewing: Sunday 5th (noon - 5pm) Monday 6th (10am - 5pm) Illustrated Catalogue €10 (admits 2) Sorry – No children under 12 years of age

Front Cover: Lot 505 Back Cover: Lot 414 Inside Front Cover: Lot 414 Inside Back Cover: Lot 387 Sale Reference: 0257 All estimates shown are in Euro (€)

Day 1: Lots 1-600 Day 2 Lots 601-End

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

Photography by Peter Hilliard

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

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

David Mealy Director

Lucy Mealy Auctions Administrator

George Gerard Mealy

Cait Madigan

Mary Gaynor




Background: Lot 354

Information for Buyers

Ballindoolin House, Co. Kildare

Firville House, Co. Cork

Introduction The sale includes fine art, antiques, and interiors from an array of period Irish town and country houses, including: the contents of Ballindoolin House, Carbury, Co Kildare on the instructions of Mrs Esther Molony; items from the collection of the late Moya Maud Kennedy Cahill, late of Stradbally, Co Waterford, on the instructions of the representatives of the estate; the contents of Rathconrath House in Co Westmeath, formerly The Old Rectory, which dates to 1818; the contents of 5 Argyle Road, Donnybrook, Dublin 4; and the contents of the 200 year old Firville House, Mallow, Co Cork. The sale also includes a rare and exciting collection of material relating to, and formerly the property of, The Liberator, also known as The Emancipator, Daniel O’Connell (1775-1847).

Rathconrath House, Co. Westmeath

The O’Connell Crest

5 Argyle Road, Donnybrook, Dublin 4


1 AN INLAID EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY WASH STAND, with marble top and back, with two cupboard doors, raised on turned legs, 25” (89cm) wide; and another smaller ditto, with marble top and tiled back, 36” (91cm) wide. (2) €80 - 90

9 A SERPENTINE-FRONTED WALNUT DROPFRONT PURDONIUM, with blind fret-cut canted front corners, raised on bun feet; together with a two-panel oak low cupboard; a night-time commode; and a walnut yacht table. (4) €40 - 60

2 AN OLD WOODEN FOOT JACK, with two turned handles; an English creamcoloured toilet bowl with liner; an old cast iron and enamel counter top scales; and an early Corona typewriter in case. (4) €80 - 120

10 THREE OLD BRASS COAL BUCKETS; an old cast iron fender; a brass and copper fender; two brass jugs; an old bellows; and a toilet set. (a lot) €80 - 150

3 A SMALL OAK CHEST ON CHEST in the late seventeenth, early eighteenth century style, with panelled drawers, the rectangular top with an arrangement of drawers, on a conforming base, with two long drawers and panelled sides, as is, 38” (97cm);together with another small five drawers chest, on tapering legs. (2) €70 - 90 4 AN OLD CAST IRON BED, with urn finials, above square tubular rails to the head and foot, 41” (101cm) wide, complete with side irons. (1) €100 - 150 5 AN INLAID MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE, Edwardian, the rectangular moulded cross banded top above two frieze drawers, raised on square tapering legs, 38” (97cm) wide. (1) €100 - 150 6 A REGENCY PERIOD ROSEWOOD AND BRASS INLAID LADIES WORK TABLE, the rectangular top with canted corners and two frieze drawers, on an upward tapering square stem and quatrefoil concave base, with ball feet, 29” (74cm) high, 20” (51cm) wide. (1) €150 - 250 7 A LATE 19TH CENTURY FOUR-FOLD SCREEN, the panels with embossed and polychromedecorated leather in the form of flowers and griffins, 7ft (213cm) high, 8ft10 (269cm) wide extended, as is. (1) €100 - 200 8 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN WALNUT SIDE CHAIRS, each with a pierced arch back and pierced cross-rail above a bow-fronted padded seat, on turned and fluted legs. (2) €80 - 120


11 A WEDGWOOD DINNER SERVICE, in Autumn vine pattern, comprising six dinner plates, six side plates, six dessert plates, sauce boat and stand, vegetable tureen and cover, an oval meat platter, one oval serving dish, and six soup bowls; together with a Wedgwood Westbury pattern porcelain tea service, and a Czechoslovakia seven-piece dessert service, with transfer prints of different fruits. (a lot) €80 - 100 12 TWO SIMILAR WATERFORD CRYSTAL SHIPS DECANTERS, each with stopper; another Waterford crystal decanter and stopper, 13” (33cm); and a Galway cut-crystal candle lantern on stand, 9” (23cm). (4) €180 - 200 13 FOUR MODERN COLOURED PRINTS AFTER FRANCIS WHEATLEY, “Cries of London”; together with two modern gilt mirrors, one of cartouche shape; four African figures depicting animals; and an oval painted and parcel gilt mirror, in the French style modern. (11) €70 - 100 14 A CASED SCALE MODEL OF A SHIP, “The flying Dutch Man”, by the Edison Lighthouse. (1) €80 - 120 15 A LARGE CIRCULAR DELFT PLATE, thirteen other colourful plates and dishes, some art pottery, Ainsley, a Masons Christmas Village Collection dish, etc. (a lot) €70 - 80 16 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS CRYSTAL GLASS, including some Waterford examples, comprising six tall wines, four large cut-glass tumblers, three smaller ditto, two cut-glass beer mugs, two wines, two Irish whiskey glasses, six sherry glasses, six port glasses. (a lot) €80 - 120

17 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS PLATEWARE, comprising an oval pierced silver-plate tray, a sauce-boat and stand, another similar oval ditto, a pair of plated mugs, a small silver-plate bowl with lion-mask handles, a sugar and cream, a cake basket with swing handle, and an oval silver-plate entree dish and cover. (a lot) €60 - 90 18 A LARGE COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS CRYSTAL GLASSES, comprising four champagne flutes, five sherry glasses, five Waterford sherry glasses, four port glasses, and a Waterford crystal mustard pot. (a lot) €50 - 70 19 A CAVAN CRYSTAL STEM BOWL, together with a Waterford crystal ship’s decanter and stopper. (2) €80 - 120 21 A GOOD SET OF FIVE LATE 19TH CENTURY GOTHIC REVIVAL OAK SIDE CHAIRS, each with a padded back and seat, raised on front typical Gothic octagonal legs, each struck with L and a five digit number. (5) €150 - 250 22 A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY TWO-TIER WASH STAND, with square top above a shelf with drawers, raised on square tapering legs, united by a shaped stretcher, 16” (41cm) wide; together with a small inlaid mahogany cupboard, with rectangular moulded top, the door with four mock panels and raised on turned legs, 25” (63cm) wide, both as is. (1) €80 - 120 23 A LATE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY MAHOGANY OR RED WALNUT DROP-LEAF GATE-LEG TABLE, with demi-lune flaps, raised on tapering legs with pad feet, 42” (106cm) high. (1) €150 - 250 24 AN EDWARDIAN TWO-TIER DROP-LEAF SUTHERLAND OR YACHT TABLE, each rectangular flap with canted corners, and raised on turned supports, 24” (61cm) wide. (1) €80 - 150 25 A NINETEENTH CENTURY INLAID MAHOGANY PEDESTAL SIDE BOARD, of inverted breakfront outline, the back with brass rail, urn finials, and baluster supports, above three frieze drawers, raised on two pedestals each with a cupboard, and raised on bracket feet, 77” (196cm) wide. (1) €200 - 300


26 AN OLD BRASS-MOUNTED COPPER COAL BUCKET, various brass fire irons; a pair of brass fire dogs, and a large heavy rectangular pierced brass trivet, 24 “ (61cm) wide. (8) €130 - 150 28 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY WARDROBE, the moulded cornice above a central mirror panel door, with arched top and two conforming solid panel doors to either side, raised on a plinth base, 79” (201cm) wide. (1) €150 - 250 29 A TWO-TIER CIRCULAR DUMB WAITER OR WINE TABLE, in the Georgian style with tripod base; another smaller similar table; and a circular Arts and Crafts type table with pierced legs. (3) €30 - 50 30 A SMALL MAHOGANY CHEST, with padded top, adapted as a seat, 47” (119cm); together with a Queen Anne style chest-on-chest, 20th century, with four upper long drawers and two lower long drawers, raised on cabriole legs, 30” (76cm) high. (1) €70 - 90 31 A CHIPPENDALE STYLE MAHOGANY SLOPE-FRONT BUREAU, with fitted interior and three drawers, raised on cabriole legs with ball n claw feet, 29.5” (75cm) wide. (1) €80 - 120 32 A WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY BEDSIDE POT CUPBOARD, with three-quarter gallery, above a small cupboard door, raised on four turned legs, 16” (41cm) wide. (1) €100 - 150 33 A THREE-TIER MAHOGANY OCCASIONAL STAND, with three tri-form shelves and three spade legs, 26” (66cm) wide. (1) €80 - 120 34 A LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY MAHOGANY DRESSING TABLE, the three-quarter gallery above two frieze drawers, raised on turned legs, 43” (109cm) wide. (1) €150 - 250

35 AN OBLONG MAHOGANY BENCH STOOL, late Victorian, with solid seat, raised on baluster turned legs, united by a turned stretcher, 63” (160cm) wide x 17.5” (44cm). (1) €120 - 150 36 A REGENCY STYLE INLAID AND CROSSBANDED MAHOGANY DINING TABLE, O.R.M., with two tripod pedestals with reeded legs and lion brass paw castors, supporting two D-shaped ends and a spare leaf, approximately 6ft11 (211cm) long, 3ft3 (99cm) wide. (1) €150 - 250 37 A MAHOGANY SLOPE-FRONT BUREAU BOOKCASE, early twentieth century, the dentil-moulded top above two astragal glazed doors on a base with slope front enclosing drawers and pigeon holes, with three long graduating drawers below, raised on bracket feet, one drawer and the rear of the bookcase with the trade label Robert Strahan & Company Ltd. of Dublin, 30” (76cm) wide. (1) €300 - 400 38 A MAHOGANY DRESSING TABLE, early twentieth century, with swing-frame mirror above an arrangement of two long and two short drawers, 42” (107cm) wide. (1) €70 - 90 39 A SET OF SIX GEORGE III STYLE MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, 20th and 21st century, each with a pierced cross rail and curved top rail above drop in seat, on square tapering slightly splayed legs.(6) €100 - 200 40 AN UNUSUAL VICTORIAN WALNUT CENTRE TABLE, with circular serpentine-shaped top on a tripod spindle-turned base, 20.5” (52cm) wide. (1) €140 - 160 41 AN ALMOST MATCHING PAIR OF GREEN MARBLE VASE-SHAPED BRASS-MOUNTED TABLE LAMPS, each with two rams mask handles, issuing floral swags, on a green marble urn and spiral-fluted stem base, with circular green marble plinth, 25” (64cm) high, with attractive shades. (2) €400 - 500 42 A PAIR OF BENARES BRASS JARDINIERES, late 19th century, together with a heavy bronze bell (3). €80 - 120

43 FARM EQUIPMENT: A COLLECTION OF FIVE PIERCED AND CAST IRON SADDLE SEATS, comprising two pierced seats, a Martin Stamford Seat; a Bamford seat; and a Samuelson seat. (5) €200 - 300 44 A PAIR OF CREAM PAINTED AND PARCEL GILT VASE-SHAPED TABLE LAMPS, modern, each with two handles and cream shade, on square stepped base, 27” (69cm) high. (1) €80 - 150 45 A PERSIAN HAMADAN RUG, with rows of cruciform medallions, on a fawn ground inside a triple band border, 8ft1 (246cm) x 5ft3 (159cm). (1) €200 - 300 46 A BURGUNDY GROUND ORIENTAL CARPET, with three diamond shaped medallions inside an all-over stylised floral field within dark blue spandrels, and an ivory border with smaller bands, 10ft11 (332cm) x 7ft5 (226cm). (1) €400 - 600 47 A TURKISH HERIK RUG, the fawn field with an all-over floral pattern inside a conforming green border, 6ft (182cm) x 6ft5 (195cm). (1) €200 - 300 48 A FINE HEAVY WOOL PILE AUBUSSON STYLE CARPET, the beige field with all-over floral pattern within a conforming border, 11ft5 (348cm) x 8ft7 (261cm). (1) €500 - 700 49 A LARGE CHINESE WOOL RUG, with centre floral medallion on an ivory ground with conforming spandrels and borders, 8ft (244cm) x 5ft (165cm); together with three smaller similar rugs. (4) €100 - 150 50 A BURGUNDY GROUND BOKHARA RUG, with three rows of octagons, inside a multi-band red border, 6ft2 (188cm) x 3ft6 (107cm). (1) €100 - 150 51 SEVEN BOXES OF MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS, paperbacks and hardbacks on various subjects including gardening, wine, biographies, dictionaries, novels, etc. (a lot) €60 - 90


52 A VICTORIAN DICKENS-TYPE WALNUT PEDESTAL WRITING DESK, the superstructure with shelf and gallery flanked to either side with four drawers, the slope front opening to reveal pigeonhole compartments and a drawer, inset with tooled leather surface and two conforming leather inset panels to either side, above three frieze drawers, raised on two pedestals each with three drawers, on a plinth base with castors, 49” (124cm) wide. (1) €250 - 350 53 A REGENCY PERIOD MAHOGANY CHEST, the moulded rectangular top above three long and two short drawers, raised on bracket feet, 38” (95cm). (1) €300 - 400 54 AN EARLY 18TH CENTURY STYLE OAK JOINERS STOOL, with rectangular oak plank top raised on four turned baluster turned supports, 24” (61cm). (1) €150 - 250 55 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY WALNUT AND EBONISED WALL CLOCK, by Junghans, with two-stage enamel dial and Arabic numerals, inside an arched and glazed door showing brass pendulum, flanked to either side with turned and fluted ebonised columns, 34” (86cm) approx. (1) €150 - 200 56 A SMALL GEORGIAN STYLE MAHOGANY BREAKFRONT BOOKCASE, O.R.M., the dentil moulded cornice above four astragal glazed doors, on a conforming base with four frieze drawers and four cupboard doors below, raised on bracket feet, 6ft (183cm) wide. (1) €300 - 400 57 A TRANSITIONAL STYLE FRENCH KINGWOOD COMMODE, of breakfront outline, with three frieze drawers and two cupboards below and two larger drawers, raised on cabriole legs with brass mounts, as is, lacking marble top, 48” (122cm) wide. (1) €200 - 300 58 A SMALL MAHOGANY WARDROBE IN THE GEORGE III STYLE, the dentil-moulded cornice above two triplepanel doors and a lower drawer, raised on bracket feet, 34” ( 86cm) wide. (1) €200 - 300

59 A VERY ATTRACTIVE REGENCY PERIOD MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIR, in the manor of Thomas Hope, with U-shaped reeded back and curved top rail, above a drop-in seat on front reeded sabre legs. €150 - 250

69 A PAIR OF OVAL GILT CAST METAL WALL MIRRORS OR PIER MIRRORS, O.R.M., crested with leaf scrolls, the mirror frame with ribbon-moulded band, and outer leaf scrolls, 50” (120cm) high. (1) €200 - 300

60 A CIRCULAR BURMESE CARVED DARK WOOD FLIP-TOP CENTRE OCCASIONAL TABLE, the top profusely carved with scrolling foliage, within bead borders, and a shaped apron with similar carving, raised on a basket weavebaluster stem and tripod base with mythical beasts and birds, 28” (70cm). (1) €200 - 300

70 A PAIR OF COMPOSITION FAUX PORCELAIN RELIEF MOULDED TABLE LAMPS, OR.M., each on circular-moulded gilt base; together with a pair of pink lampshades, 3ft (91cm). (1) €100 - 120

62 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY BOOKCASE, the moulded cornice above two arched and glazed doors, enclosing three adjustable shelves, on a conforming base with solid arched panel doors, raised on a plinth, 92” (234cm) high, 53”(134cm) wide. (1) €300 - 400 64 A PIERCED BRASS TRIVET; and a set of modern brass fire irons, comprising a poker and shovel, and a pair of brass fire dogs. (3) €30 - 60 65 A WATERFORD CRYSTAL CUT CRYSTAL DECANTER, with bulbous stopper, 12.5” (27cm); together with a tall crystal vase of tapering cylindrical form, probably Waterford, 12” (31cm) high; and a heavy cut glass bowl, 8” (20cm) wide. (3) €80 - 150 66 A CUT GLASS WATER JUG, probably Waterford, 62 (15cm) high; a cut glass mug; a cut-glass jar and cover; and a cut-glass bowl. (4) €80 - 150 67 A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN TRANSFER PRINTED VASES, each with two gilt handles, 18” (46cm)h; together with a small nickel plated oil lamp with milk glass shade, 16” (41cm)h; a modern blue and white Chinese porcelain jardiniere; a blue and white meat platter; three dessert plates; and a modern Mason’s green and white dish and a Mason’s tea caddy. (9) €40 - 60 68 A WHITE AND GILT ROYAL GRAFTON TEA SERVICE, a Royal Stafford part-tea service, an Arklow bone china tea service, and five assorted colourful plates. (a lot) €80 - 100


71 A PAIR OF MODERN BRASS CORINTHIAN STYLE TABLE LAMPS, on reeded stem, on square two stage base; together with a pair of pleated cream shades, 42” (106cm) high. (2) €140 - 180 72 A PAIR OF NINETEENTH CENTURY STILL LIFE PAINTINGS ON CANVAS, each depicting fruit, unframed as is, 20” (26cm) x (14” (36cm). (2) €20 - 30 73 NINETEENTH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, “Figures on a Country Lane in an Extensive Landscape”, indistinctly signed lower left, and a similar subject, also signed lower left, O.O.C., 17.5” (44cm) x 23.5” (60cm). (1) €1,000 - 1,200 74 A GEORGE II STYLE WALNUT AND PARCEL GILT THREE COMPARTMENT OVERMANTEL, of rectangular form with projecting corners, the tongue and dart moulded edge, around three mirror plates, 24” (61cm) high, 47” (120cm) wide. (1) €250 - 350 76 A 19TH CENTURY GILT PIER MIRROR, with moulded inverted breakfront cornice, above a shell-moulded frieze, the mirror plate flanked to each side with spiral fluted pilasters, 40” (102cm) high, 29” (74cm) wide. (1) €200 - 300 77 RACING MEMORABILIA, a collage of programmes, photographs and notes on Dawn Run, John Joe Neill, in their moment of triumph Cheltenham Cup 1986, one photo signed “Best Wishes John Joe Neill”, nicely mounted and framed. (1) €80 - 120 78 H.STEVENSON (AUSTRALIAN, 20th/21st CENTURY), “Landscape in the Outback”, O.O.B., signed lower right and dated ‘81, 23.5” (60cm) x 32” (81cm). (1) €180 - 250


79 ROBERT JOBSON (20th CENTURY), “The Roundstone Bog, Co. Galway” O.O.C., signed lower right and dated ‘93, 23” (58cm) x 35” (89cm). (1) €200 - 300 80 20th/21st CENTURY SCHOOL, “Panoramic Wooded River Landscape”, O.O.B., indistinctly signed lower left, 23.5” (60cm) x 47.5” (120cm). (1) €80 - 150 81 H. STEVENSON, (AUSTRALIAN 20th/21st CENTURY), “The Australian Outback with Shed on Dust Road”, O.O.B., signed and dated ‘81 lower right, 25” (63cm) x 49” (124cm). (1) €150 - 250

86 A MODERN GEORGIAN STYLE WING-BACK ARMCHAIR, with loose cushion seat, raised on square front-moulded legs covered in a check, fabric together with a matching rectangular stool. (2). €120 - 150

88 A FRENCH FAUTEUIL OR ARMCHAIR, with padded back and seat, the cartoucheshaped back with floral crest and serpentine fronted seat, on cabriole legs, covered in attractive striped fabric. (1) €70 - 120

87 AN ATTRACTIVE LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY WALNUT FAUTIL OR OPEN ARMCHAIR, the ribbon moulded frame with floral crest, above an arched and padded panel, and a conforming bow fronted seat, with padded elbow rests, raised on front turned and fluted legs, with bead collar, covered in floral tapestry type fabric; together with another similar side chair. (2) €80 - 150

89 A VICTORIAN ARMCHAIR, with button back, padded seats and elbow rests, covered in green fabric, raised on front turned legs. (1) €200 - 300

82 JOHN MINTON (1947), a pair of pen and ink and watercolour drawings, depicting Italian villages, 7” 18cm) x 10.5” (27cm); together with another modern painting on board, indistinctly signed. (3) €30 - 50

90 A LARGE MAHOGANY COFFEE OR OCCASIONAL TABLE, with rectangular plank top, in the early 18th century style, with two mock and two frieze drawers, and raised on six turned columns, and a conforming plank top shelf below, raised on bun feet, 23” (58cm)h x 53” (135cm)w x 37” (94cm)d. (1) €300 - 400 91 A BRASS CORINTHIAN STYLE STANDARD LAMP, on square stepped base, and pleated cream shade. (1) €80 - 120

83 ANNE MARY BRUCE (TWENTIETH AND TWENTY FIRST CENTURY), “The Green Tree”, mixed media on board, abstract, 6ft (183cm)h x 48” (122cm) w. (1) €500 - 800

92 A REGENCY STYLE TRIPLE PEDESTAL MAHOGANY DINING TABLE, with three spare leaves, the moulded top with demi-lune ends, raised on a centre quadruple pod and two tripods, 12ft10 (290cm) long, 3ft (92cm) wide extended. (1) €700 - 900

84 A FINE UNUSUAL ROSEWOOD, WALNUT AND SATINWOOD-BANDED CABINET-ON-STAND, the moulded top with a cartouche crest issuing scrolling foliage, above a glazed door with tapestry panel, depicting a parrot, two terriers and a cockatoo among flowering shrubs, on a conforming marquetry inlaid base, with floral panels, the canted corners with conforming floral marquetry, raised on a plinth base, 5ft (190cm) high, 41” (104cm) wide. (1) €3,500 - 4,000

93 AN ATTRACTIVE SET OF TEN CHIPPENDALE STYLE MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, each with a pierced interlaced splat and shaped top rail, above a drop in seat, raised on leaf carved cabriole legs with ball-n-claw feet. (1) €700 - 1,100 94 A PERSIAN VILLAGE RUG, with an elongated centre medallion inside a narrow stepped border and multi-band outer border, 8ft9 (267cm) long, 3ft11 (119cm) wide. (1) €180 - 220

85 A LARGE TERRACOTTA JARDINIERE, early 20th century, the body decorated with flora and fauna, depicting birds and animals, under a double roped edge, 19” (50cm) x 30”(76cm), as is. (1) €100 - 200

95 A BURGUNDY GROUND FULL-PILE PERSIAN HAMADAN RUG, with centre ivory medallion, with all-over stylised pattern and blue spandrels, inside conforming triple band border, 9ft7 (292cm) long, 4ft4 (132cm) wide. (1) €250 - 300



96 A PERSIAN HAMADAN LORI VILLAGE RUG, with centre two-stage medallion, on an iron red ground with all-over pattern and conforming spandrels, inside a dark blue border, with fawn bands, 9ft11 (301cm) long, 5ft (152cm) wide. (1) €250 - 300

104 A WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY DRESSING TABLE, with three quarter gallery, above two frieze drawers and raised on ring turned legs, 42” (107cm)w. (1) €150 - 250

97 A LARGE FULL-PILE PERSIAN KASHAN CARPET, with centre ivory and dark blue medallion, inside an all-over floral pattern, on burgundy ground with ivory, navy and turquoise spandrels, inside a wide blue border with smaller conforming bands, 11ft2 (340cm) long, 8ft5 (256cm) wide. (1) €500 - 600

104A A LATE GEORGE IV MAHOGANY DRESSING TABLE, with three quarter gallery above two frieze drawers, raised on ring turned legs, 55” (140cm)w. (1) €120 - 150

98 AN OLD PERSIAN TABRIZ CARPET, the burgundy ground with centre three-colour medallion, and all-over floral pattern, with four colour spandrels and outside red border, with scrolling foliage and four smaller bands, 12ft7 (383cm) x 9ft6 (290cm). (1) €450 - 550 99 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) €400 - 500 100 A DARK RED GROUND PERSIAN RUG, with Bokhara design and rows of stepped octagons, inside a conforming border, 9ft4 (285cm) x 4ft9 (145cm). (1) €200 - 250 101 AN EDWARDIAN WALNUT GENTLEMAN’S WARDROBE OR LINEN CUPBOARD, the moulded cornice above two fielded panel doors, opening to reveal linen slides on a chest base with two long and two short drawers raised on a plinth, 51” (130cm) wide. (1) €150 - 200 102 A COLLECTION OF EARLY CAST IRON FARM IMPLEMENT STOOLS, comprising a Howard P., seat inscribed with maker’s name, within pierced bands; another Blackstone Stamford seat with pierced centre; a Blackstone Stamford & Co. Ltd. pierced cast iron seat, with armorial crest; another pierced and cast iron seat, inscribed Rams Son’s Ipswich England; and a rare Walter A. Wood seat. (5) €200 - 300

105 AN EDWARDIAN INLAID ROSEWOOD LIFTTOP DUET PIANO STOOL, with hinged and padded top, raised on square tapering legs, 35” (89cm). (1) €150 - 250 106 A GEORGE IV STYLE MAHOGANY SPIRAL LIBRARY STEPS, the turned pole with four steps, united by curved rails, the top step 33” (80cm) high, overall height 63.5” (161cm). (1) €400 - 500 107 A PAIR OF MODERN GLASS AND GILT METAL TABLE LAMPS, each with baluster reeded stem, the gold shades, each tied with a ribbon, 36” (92cm) h. (1) €80 - 120 108 A FINE PAIR OF REGENCY STYLE BIRDS EYE MAPLE BEDSIDE CHESTS, each with concave front and three long drawers, raised on square tapering legs with brass castors, 30” (76cm) high, 26” (66cm) wide. (1) €500 - 700 109 A FINE LARGE MODERN SUITE OF SEAT FURNITURE, four pieces, comprising a large four-seat settee covered in tan hide, with cushion back and seat and three matching loose cushions; together with a pair of matching easy armchairs, each with one loose cushion, and a square footstool. (4) €500 - 800

110 A PAIR OF VERY ATTRACTIVE SQUARE TOP TWO-TIER BURL WALNUT OCCASIONAL TABLES, each in the George III style O.R.M., each with cross-banded top and lower shelf with frieze drawer, raised on turned legs, 24” (61cm), 24” (61cm). (2) €300 - 500 111 A FIVE-PIECE WROUGHT IRON PATIO SET, comprising four folding chairs, each with slatted seat and back, and conforming circular folding table. (5) €150 - 250 112 A SET OF FOUR QUEEN ANNE STYLE HIGH BACK DINING CHAIRS, O.R.M., each with padded back and seat, raised on four moulded cabriole legs, with scroll feet. (4) €150 - 250 113 A MASSIVE PAIR OF EMPIRE STYLE GREEN VARIEGATED MARBLE VASE-SHAPED TABLE LAMPS, with ormolu mounts, applied with double interlaced serpent handles on a stem base with square brass moulded plinth, and topped with attractive pleated black and ivory silk shade, 37” (94cm) high. (2) €700 - 1,100 114 A LARGE CHIPPENDALE STYLE CARVED MAHOGANY BREAKFRONT SIDE CHEST OR SERVING TABLE, the guilloche-moulded frieze and centre section with two long and two short drawers, flanked to either side with a cupboard, the cupboard panels with ornate carvings in the form of hanging swags, ribbon bows, and roundels, raised on an elaborate triple breakfront plinth, the doors and drawers flanked to either side with fluted pilasters headed with oval partriae, 34” (86cm) high, 83” (211cm) wide. (1) €400 - 600

103 A USEFUL GENTLEMAN’S MAHOGANY VALET, complete with fixed coat hanger, two trinket drawers, a trousers rail, two spiral supports and a lower shoe rack, raised on shaped legs, 48” (122cm) high, 21” (53cm) wide. (1) €400 - 500

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115 A TALL GILT OVERMANTEL OR PIER MIRROR, in the 19th century style, O.R.M., the cornice crested with a shell and issuing garlands of flowers and C-scrolls and ribbon bows to the upper corners with hanging drapery, the shaped bevelled mirror plate within a bead and drape moulded frame, with lower spandrels and moulded base, 83” (211cm) high, 49” (125cm) wide. (1) €500 - 700 116 A VERY GOOD GEORGE III STYLE BURL WALNUT PEDESTAL DESK, O.R.M., with attractive tooled leather top above three frieze drawers, raised on two pedestals, each with three drawers, on a plinth, 54” (137cm) wide. (1) €400 - 600 117 A CONTINENTAL STYLE WALNUT DESK CHAIR, O.R.M., the top rail with relief moulded bronzed plaque, above a Gothic style pierced cross rail, and cane seat, raised on turned fluted legs. (1) €180 - 250 118 A GEORGE IV PERIOD MAHOGANY LIBRARY BOOKCASE, of very tall proportions, in the nelson style, the gadroon moulded cornice above two doors, lacking brass grills, now with pleated curtains, and flanked to either side with two concealed compartments, with sheeted fronts enclosing shelves, on a conforming base with gadroon moulded edges, and with three large panel doors, raised on turned legs, 10ft7 (352cm)h x 85” (216cm)w. (1) €700 - 1100 119 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY PEDESTAL SIDEBOARD, with three frieze drawers raised on two pedestals each with an arched door and turned pilasters, raised on a plinth base, 61” (155cm). (1) €150 - 250



120 A VICTORIAN WALNUT OPEN ARMCHAIR, with scroll back covered in tapestry-type fabric, the serpentine fronted seat raised on front cabriole legs. (1) €200 - 300 121 A SET OF FOUR EARLY EIGHTEENTH CENTURY OAK HIGH BACK WAINSCOT CHAIRS, each with a moulded centre panel splat and a solid panelled seat, raised on square and baluster section front legs united by an arched apron. (4) €500 - 700 122 AN OLD WINDSOR TYPE OFFICE OR DESK CHAIR, with pierced splat above a solid seat, raised on turned legs with double stretcher. (1) €80 - 120 123 A LEATHER BOUND GENTLEMAN’S VANITY CASE WITH VARIOUS FITTINGS and accessories. (1) €100 - 150 124 A GEORGE III PERIOD OAK FLIP-TOP CENTRE TABLE, on turned stem and tripod base, 23” (58cm). (1) €100 - 150 125 A LARGE TWO-SEAT EASY SETTEE, covered in green fabric, with padded back and cushion seat. (1) €80 - 150 126 A SET OF EIGHTEEN LATE REGENCY PERIOD IRISH MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, by Williams & Gibton of Dublin, each with a curved bar back and reeded cross rail above a stuff-over seat, raised on front sabre legs. (16+2) €2,000 - 3,000

127 A MODERN REGECY STYLE MAHOGANY BERGERE SETTEE, with cane back, sides and seat and loose cushions, raised on turned tapering legs and leaf scroll arm terminals, together with a pair of similar armchairs on baluster reeded legs. (3) €250 - 350 128 A WILLIAM IV PERIOD FOLD-OVER ROSEWOOD GAMES TABLE, the top with a chess game surface above a frieze drawer raised on lyre-type scroll standards united by a conforming turned double baluster stretcher and raised on scroll legs, 22” (56cm) wide. (1) €250 - 350 129 A VERY GOOD PAIR OF UNUSUAL REGENCY STYLE BURR WALNUT LAMP OR SIDE TABLES, each with three-quarter pierced brass gallery, raised on upward tapering octagonal stem with flared base, on a concave quatrefoil platform and brass scroll legs, 26” (66cm) high, 22” (56cm) wide. (2) €1,200 - 1,500 130 A CIRCULAR GEORGIAN MAHOGANY OR RED WALNUT FLIP-TOP CENTRE TABLE, with vase-shaped turned stem on tripod base with pad feet, 36” ( 93cm). (1) €300 - 400 131 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY TELESCOPIC DINING TABLE, with two spare leaves, the moulded top raised on four heavy turned legs, length 96” (244cm) x width 47” (119cm) (1) €400 - 600 132 A MAHOGANY BEDSIDE PEDESTAL, late Victorian, with four drawers raised on a moulded base, 28.5” high (72cm), 15.25” (39cm) wide. (1) €150 - 200



142 136 133 AN OLD CHILDS PINE DOG CART, with spoked wheels and rubber tyres, slatted sides and two steps on a sprung carriage, 50” (127cm) x 20” (51cm). (1) €100 - 200 134 A PINE THREE-DOOR BOOKCASE, early 20th century, the moulded cornice above three glazed doors on a base with three frieze drawers and three carved cupboard doors, raised on a plinth, 74” (188cm) wide. (1) €100 - 200 135 AN ATTRACTIVE GILT OVERMANTEL, O.R.M., crested with leaves and flowers, and conforming upper corners, the moulded frame with leaf scrolls, 39” (100cm) high, 49” (124cm) wiide. (1) €200 - 300 136 A GEORGE III PERIOD MAHOGANY KNEEHOLE DESK, the rectangular moulded hinged top opening to reveal a fitted interior, with various slots and a hinged writing surface, above a mock frieze drawer, concealed centre drawer, and recessed cupboard, flanked to either side with three pedestal drawers, raised on bracket feet, 40” (102cm) wide. (1) €600 - 900 137 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) €700 - 1,100 138 TWO SIMILAR ELM AND ASH WINDSOR KITCHEN ARMCHAIRS, each with gallery back and solid seat raised on turned legs. (2) €180 - 250

139 A NEST OF THREE REGENCY STYLE MAHOGANY OCCASIONAL TABLES, O.R.M., with three rectangular graduating moulded tops, the larger 16.5” (42cm), raised on fluted supports and splayed legs. (3) €200 - 300 140 A PAIR OF MODERN FRENCH STYLE FAUTEUILS OR ARMCHAIRS, each moulded frame with floral crest above an oval padded panel, inside a gadroon border, with bow-fronted seat, flanked with padded elbow rests, raised on turned, tapering fluted legs, covered in different fabrics. (2) €180 - 250 141 A GEORGE III STYLE INLAID MAHOGANY LADIES PEMBROKE-TYPE WORK TABLE, with two D-shaped flaps, flanking two frieze drawers, one with fitted slide, raised on turned and tapering legs, 26” (92cm) extended. (1) €150 - 250 142 A FINE REGENCY PERIOD INLAID AND SATINWOOD BANDED MAHOGANY SOFA TABLE, the two D-shaped flaps flanking two mock and two frieze drawers, raised on standard supports and slatted stretcher, with four splayed legs terminating in brass castors, 62” (158cm) wide. (1) €1,200 - 1,800

143 A VERY GOOD PAIR OF CHIPPENDALE STYLE INLAID AND CROSSBANDED MAHOGANY OCCASIONAL TABLES, O.R.M., each square moulded top with re-entrant corners, the centre fan with conforming fan spandrels, above a frieze drawer, raised on moulded cabriole legs with ball-n-claw feet, 25” (64cm) high, 24” (61cm) sq. (2) €250 - 350 144 A WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY PEMBROKE OR SOFA TABLE, probably Irish, the top with two D-shaped flaps, flanking two frieze drawers on an upward tapering cylindrical stem and quatrefoil concave base with four scroll legs, 56” (142cm) extended. (1) €200 - 300 145 A CIRCULAR GEORGIAN PERIOD PIECRUST CENTRE TABLE, with flip-top on turned stem and leaf carved legs with pad feet, 24” ( 61cm). (1) €100 - 200 146 A WILLIAM IV PERIOD IRISH MAHOGANY DOUBLE-ENDED SETTEE, with reeded scroll back and two scroll sides, with padded panels and cushion seat and two bolster cushions, raised on turned and reeded legs, 92” (236cm). (1) €400 - 600 147 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY THREE-TIER DUMB WAITER, with knop finials, turned supports and legs, 49” (124cm) high. (1) €200 - 300


148 AFTER GEORGE STUBBS, two modern paintings,”Racehorse and Groom in a Landscape”, O.O.C., 23.5” (59cm) x 35” (89cm), the other similar but larger, “Three Horses by a Tree in a Landscape”. (2) €200 - 300 11

149 A PAIR OF MODERN GLAZED UPRIGHT SQUARE SHOP DISPLAY CABINETS, fitted with lights, two glass lockable doors, and the interior with one singular shelf, a pair, 79” (210cm)h x 30” (76cm)w. (2) €450 - 550 150 A JEWELLERY SHOP DISPLAY CABINET, with four glazed sides and a glazed top, the rear with two sliding glass doors, fitted with lights, 36” (92cm) high, 47” (120cm) wide. (1) €250 - 350 151 A PERSIAN HAMADAN VILLAGE RUG, the faded red ground with stylised motifs inside a double border, 8ft10 (270cm) x 5ft11 (181cm). (1) €200 - 250 152 A LARGE CHINESE DEEP-PILE WOOL RUG, with rusk and ivory floral medallion inside a conforming border, with wide spandrels, 13ft10 (42cm) x 10ft (305cm). (1) €60 - 90 153 AN AFGHAN RUG, with large centre medallion on a red ground with green and turquoise spandrels, inside a fawn border, 8ft (277cm) x 6ft7 (201cm). (1) €150 - 250 154 A FINE IVORY GROUND WOVEN SILK RUG, with all-over floral pattern, inside three conforming borders, 7ft (213cm) x 4ft11 (150cm). (1) €300 - 400 155 AFTER MOREAU, a pair of bronzed metal figures, each modelled as a young boy in waders smoking a cigarette, each on rectangular base, 15” (38cm) high. (2) €100 - 150 156 A LARGE MEISSEN STYLE PORCELAIN TABLE CENTRE, the flower encrusted basket bowl on a reeded stem with four dancing cherubs and a colourful octagonal base with gilt scroll legs, 28.5” (72cm). (1) €150 - 250 157 A MILLEFIORI GLASS PAPERWEIGHT INK POT, with bulbous stopper, probably Sour Bridge, 5.5” (14cm) high. (1) €200 - 300 158 A ROYAL WORCESTER PORCELAIN FIGURE, modelled as a ‘Mansion House’ dwarf, wearing a blue hat with pink ribbon, on flower encrusted base, 7” (18cm). (1) €150 - 250 12


159 A CARVED IVORY EGG FORM, probably Japanese, apparently unsigned, with cracked shell, on rectangular specimen marble base, 5.25” (13cm). (1) €200 - 240 160 AN ATTRACTIVE TIME PIECE, modeled with a lever clock movement, in brass mounted metal drum, perched on a tree with flowering branches, and a porcelain figure of a cherub below, seated on a goat’s back, on serpentine oval ormolu base, 9” (23cm) high. (1) €600 - 650 161 A MINIATURE FRENCH CARRIAGE CLOCK, with five glass panels and and a swing handle, raised on a rectangular moulded base, 3” (8cm) high, 2” (5cm). (1) €150 - 200 162 A VERY ATTRACTIVE BLUE AND LIGHT BLUE GLASS VASE, decorated in relief with storks under flowering trees, on a faded sky blue ground, decorated in gilt and bronze, 8.5” (22cm) high. (1) €400 - 450

163 A LARGE MINTON FIGURE, modelled as a spotted Terrier, seated with one paw up, on a pink cushion with tassel feet, date mark probably for 1877, 17.5” (45cm). (1) €1,500 - 1,800 164 A RELIEF MOULDED CAPO DI MONTI PORCELAIN MUG, with hinged cover, the gilt metal cover surmounted with a porcelain lion, the body with hunting and battle scenes in relief, and applied with caryatid handle with bearded mask, 9” (23cm) high. (1) €300 - 350 165 A PAIR OF ATTRACTIVE TWO BRANCH GILT BRASS AND ROCK CRYSTAL CANDELABRA, each modelled as a cherub, holding two leafcast candle urns, on a square bead edge with rock crystal base, with four brass feet, 11” (28cm) high. (2) €400 - 450


166 A PAIR OF ATTRACTIVE LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY GILT MINIATURE FRAMES, each with Prince of Wales plume, above a shell issuing scrolling foliage and bell flowers, the oval frame with a row of rosettes around a pair of black and white female engraved portraits, each 12” (30cm) high, 8” (20cm) wide. (2) €300 - 350 167 A THREE-PIECE GREY VEINED MARBLE MANTEL CLOCK GARNITURE, P. Bonnet and B. Pottier of Paris, with outside count wheel striking on a steel bell, the arched case with rouge marble band, on rectangular moulded base with similar band, 9.5” (24cm) high, 9” (23cm) wide; and a pair of matching urns, 8” (20cm) high. (3) €200 - 250 168 A 19TH CENTURY FRENCH PORTICO ALABASTER MANTEL CLOCK, by Derville of Lyon, the machine turned silverised dial with Roman numerals, the rectangular dentil moulded top applied with gilt brass crest supported with four white alabaster columns, each with gilt brass capitals, and an ornate brass pendulum, raised on a conforming base, 17.5” (45cm) high, 9” (23cm) wide. (1) €200 - 250

173 AN IRISH PROVINCIAL LONGCASE CLOCK, c. 1800, by John Taylor of Waterford, the arched brass dial with Roman and Arabic numerals, a face of moon automaton to the arch, above a brass chapter ring with subsidiary dial for seconds, engraved centre panel and ornate spandrels within an arched and glazed door flaked to either side with fluted columns on an arched and moulded trunk door with a band of inlaid flutes on a moulded box base, 7ft1 (216cm) high, 19” (45cm) wide. (1) €1,000 - 1,500 174 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS PAINTINGS, WATERCOLOURS AND PRINTS, seventeen in all, various sizes and dates. (17) €80 - 120 176 A GEORGE III PERIOD MAHOGANY AND CROSSBANDED CHEST, with four long drawers, under a moulded top, raised on bracket feet, the top drawer enclosing a slide, probably adapted, 36” (91cm) wide. (1) €350 - 450

181 A LATE 18TH CENTURY INLAID MAHOGANY LONGCASE CLOCK, by James Evill of Bath, with eight-day movement, the arched and silverised dial with an eagle crest and the motto Tempus Fujit, the dial with Arabic and Roman numerals, subsidiary dial for seconds and a date aperture, the top with a swan neck pediment and with brass rosettes and centre urn with eagle, above an arched and glazed door, flanked to either side with fluted columns each with corinthian capital, the trunk with canted fluted corners, and an inlaid door, on moulded box base with conforming canted corners and raised on bracket feet, 90” (228cm) high, 19.5” (50cm) wide. (1) €1,500 - 2,000 182 A LATE VICTORIAN STAINED PINE BEDROOM SUITE, comprising wardrobe with moulded cornice and a central mirror door, flanked to either side with two panels, each cross banded with specimen timbers, the base with one long drawer and raised on a plinth, 49” (125cm)w; together with a matching chest, with three long and two short drawers, 48” (122cm); a swing frame dressing table mirror, 48” (122cm); and a marble topped wash stand with tile back, 46” (117cm). (4) €200 - 300

169 A ROYAL DUX PORCELAIN GROUP, modelled as a young peasant boy riding a donkey, 14.5” (37cm) high. (1) €280 - 320

177 A GEORGE III PERIOD MAHOGANY BOWFRONTED INLAID AND CROSS-BANDED SIDE BOARD, with three-quarter arched back above a central frieze drawer, flanked to either side with a cupboard, raised on six square tapering spade legs, 74” (188cm) wide. (1) €400 - 700

170 TWO ROYAL DUX PORCELAIN FIGURES, one modelled as a woman holding a twohandled vase on her right shoulder, in green dress with red shawl, 17” (43cm) high; the other - a young huntsman holding a wild goose with a quiver of arrows on his back, 16” (41cm) high. (2) €300 - 350

178 AN INLAID MAHOGANY BREAKFRONT OPEN BOOKCASE, in the George III style, O.R.M., the dentilmoulded cornice above an inlaid frieze with hanging bell flowers and ribbon bows, above an arrangement of adjustable shelves on a plinth base, 81” (206cm) high x 62” (167cm) wide. (1) €400 - 600

171 A PAIR OF UNUSUAL NINETEENTH CENTURY FRENCH VASES, each of upward-tapering form, applied with two gilt handles, each decorated with hunting scenes, on stem base, 14” (36cm) high. (1) €200 - 300

179 A REGENCY PERIOD MAHOGANY GENTLEMAN’S LINEN CUPBOARD, the moulded cornice above two bead-moulded paneled doors on a chest base, with two long and two short drawers, raised on splayed bracket feet, 27” (69cm). (1) €200 - 300

185 A GEORGIAN MAHOGANY GAINSBOROUGH LIBRARY TYPE ARMCHAIR, raised on square legs with H-shaped stretcher, now with square brass cup castors. (1) €400 - 600

180 A LARGE HEAVY VICTORIAN MAHOGANY AND BRASS-BOUND CABIN CHEST, with lift-top and heavy iron carrying handles, on a moulded plinth base, 30.5” (77cm) high x 58” (147cm) wide. (1) €400 - 600

186 A GEORGIAN PERIOD CIRCULAR MAHOGNAY FLIP-TOP CENTRE TABLE, now with tooled leather surface on an upward tapering turned stem and tripod base, 12.5” (28cm). (1) €250 - 350

172 A CHINESE LACQUERED LIFT-TOP MULE CHEST, the entire chest relief decorated and lacquered with figures in boats, other figures, vases of flowers, pagodas, mythical animals, etc.; the hinged top opening to reveal a vacant interior, on a fixed base with one long drawer and raised on bracket feet, 39” (99cm) high, 41” (104cm) wide. (1) €150 - 250

183 AN OLD IRISH PINE DRESSER, with moulded cornice above three raised shelves and a further dish rail below, the base with two drawers and two cupboard doors, 53 “(134cm) wide. (1) €750 - 850 184 A PAIR OF 18TH CENTURY STYLE GAINSBOROUGH TYPE ARMCHAIRS, each with padded hump back and serpentinefronted seat, flanked with two ornate arm-fronts each with leaf carvings, above an ornate leafcarved apron and central cartouche, raised on leaf-moulded cabriole legs with scroll feet. (2) €700 - 1,100


188 A HEAVY BRONZE DINING OR PATIO TABLE, with oval glass top, the bronze modelled as a nude woman reclining in a hammock, with a draped column to either side, on a rugged base, 41” (104cm) high, 7ft2 (218cm) long. (1) €1,000 - 1,500

193 AN ATTRACTIVE BRASS STANDARD LAMP, with three light fittings on an ornate reeded stem, applied with leaf swags and urns, on an ornate tripod base with hoof feet, 80” (203cm) high approx. (1) €400 - 450

189 A SET OF SIX (4+2) RATTAN HIGH BACK DINING CHAIRS, each on front square tapering legs. (6) €150 - 250

194 A VICTORIAN TWO FOLD SATIN BIRCH SCREEN, with pull-up tapestry panels and urn finials, each flanked with spiral-reeded pilasters, raised on conforming legs, 46” (91cm) wide extended. (1) €150 - 250

190 A LATE VICTORIAN DOUBLE ENDED SETTEE, scroll sides and bolster cushions, the shaped and padded back above a padded seat, covered in tapestry type fabric, and raised on turned legs, 92” (234cm) wide. (1) €250 - 350

187 187 A LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY FRENCH REVOLVING LIBRARY BOOKCASE, by E.M. Terquem worked out of 79 Rue Scribe, Paris, the square moulded top with a brass edge above two slatted tiers, on a quadruple pod, the centre stem with label, 33” (84cm) high. (1) €600 - 800

191 AN IRISH MAHOGANY VICTORIAN LONGCASE CLOCK, the circular painted dial indistinctly signed and inscribed Dublin, the arched hood above a conforming trunk door raised on a moulded box base, 81” (206cm) high, 17.5” (44cm) wide. (1) €280 - 320 192 AN ATTRACTIVE PAIR OF PAINTED AND PARCEL GILT PELMETS, each centre arch crested with leaf sprays and ribbon bow, and egg, tongue and dart moulding and a lower bead moulded band, 71” (181cm) w. (2) €300 - 500

195 A PAIR OF UNUSUAL LIBRARY ARMCHAIRS IN THE QUEEN ANNE STYLE, each with wide cushion seat and an arched back, with scroll arms, covered in striped green fabric, each raised on four shell-capped cabriole legs with scroll feet. (9) €600 - 700 196 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY TWIN PEDESTAL DINING TABLE, probably Irish, the moulded top with a spare centre leaf, raised on two quadruple pods, each on turned stem and scroll legs, bears a label of Strahan & Company Limited Dublin, 6ft6 (197cm)l x 43.5” (110cm)w. (1) €800 - 1000 197 A GOOD SET OF EIGHT (6+2) GEORGE IV PERIOD MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, each with a curved and panelled top rail and leaf-carved scroll cross rail, with drop-in seat, raised on ring turned front legs. (8) €750 - 900 198 A FINE DECORATED SATINWOOD TRICOTEUSE, the top with bowed side sections and square centre, decorated with scrolling foliage and flowers, on a double-lyre support, united by a stretcher shelf and raised on splayed legs, 28” (71cm) wide. (1) €250 - 300 199 A NINETEENTH CENTURY CREAM PAINTED AND PARCEL GILT PRIE DIEU, with concave upholstered arm rest, crested with a cruciform, issuing leaf scrolls, above a padded back, the frame with ornate rococo style leaf scrolls, on conforming scroll legs, padded back and cushion kneeler. (1) €900 - 1,100



200 A GEORGIAN CIRCULAR FLIP TOP OAK CENTRE TABLE, on baluster turned stem and tripod base, 38” (96cm)d. (1) €180 - 250


201 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) €450 - 550 202 A JEWELRY SHOP DISPLAY CABINET, with four glazed sides and glazed top, the rear with two glazed sliding doors, fitted with lights, 5ft (152cm) wide. (1) €250 - 350 203 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) €100 - 200 204 A LARGE HEAVY OAK ROLL TOP DESK, early twentieth century, the interior fitted with an arrangement of drawers, pigeonhole compartments, various concealed drawers, and a secret document holder, and central arch with concealed pen compartment, on two pedestals, each with four drawers and a slide, 56” (142cm) wide. (1) €300 - 500 205 AN ARTS AND CRAFTS PERIOD MAHOGANY SLOPE FRONT BUREAU, the upper section with a shelf on turned supports, the slope front opening to reveal a fitted interior with pigeon holes, pen and ink compartments and a long drawer below raised on turned legs united by a concave shelf, 39” (84cm) wide. (1) €80 - 150 206 A SMALL BOW-FRONTED AND INLAID MAHOGANY DISPLAY CABINET, the top with an oval mirror panel, above a single leaded and coloured glass door, raised on four square legs, 61” (155cm) high, 23” (58cm) wide. (1) €80 - 120

209 A MAHOGANY OPEN BOOKCASE, early 20th century with three adjustable shelves, flanked with fluted pilasters and raised on plinth base, as is, 46” (117cm). (1) €250 - 350 210 A MODERN BRASS CORINTHIAN STYLE STANDARD LAMP, with reeded stem and stepped base, with brass lion paw feet; and another similar standard lamp. (2) €80 - 150 211 A LATE VICTORIAN WALNUT BOOKCASE, with plain cornice above two adjustable open shelves, on a base with a glazed door and frieze drawer, adapted, 32” (81cm) wide. (1) €100 - 150 212 A THREE-PIECE CREAM PAINTED FRENCH STYLE BEDROOM SUITE, comprising a long row of side tables with two fluted frieze drawers, raised on fluted legs, 43” (110cm) wide; another matching smaller table, 24” (61cm) wide; and a bedroom chest with six graduating drawers, 38” (97cm) wide. (3) €150 - 200 213 A MAHOGANY PEDESTAL WITH SINGLE PANEL DOOR, 32” (81cm) high,18.5” (47cm) wide. (1) €100 - 200 214 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY DUCHESS-TYPE DRESSING TABLE, with arched and moulded swing-frame mirror and scroll supports, above an arrangement of four drawers, and three drawers to the frieze, raised on turned legs, 45” (115cm). (1) €150 - 250 215 A GOOD EARLY OAK JOINERS STOOL WITH RECTANGULR MOULDED TOP, on turned supports united by four stretchers, 17” (42cm). (1) €200 - 300

207 A FINE SIX-FOOT KING SIZE BUTTON UPHOLSTERED PADDED MODERN HEAD BOARD, covered in gold fabric, together with a pair of matching box bases and side panels. (1) €100 - 200

216 AN OVAL AND GILT METAL MOUNTED BIJOUTERIE OR CURIO TABLE, with glazed top and veil lined interior, raised on four cabriole moulded legs with brass mounts, 24” (61cm)w. (1) €100 - 150

208 A WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY SCREEN, with fabric covered pull-up panel and raised on standard supports united by a turned stretcher on leaf carved scroll legs, 21” (53cm). (1) €100 - 200

217 TWO SIMILAR TWO-SEAT SETTEES, each with loose back, cushion and seat, with loose covers, covered in attractive ivory fabric; and a patio door curtain. (3) €250 - 350

218 A FINE CIRCULAR REGENCY PERIOD BRASS INLAID ROSEWOOD BREAKFAST TABLE, with bead edge, raised on a tri-form concave plinth with gadroon edge, and tri-form base with three reeded bun feet, 50” (127cm) diameter. (1) €1,200 - 1,500 219 A GEORGIAN MAHOGANY HANGING CORNER CUPBOARD, the moulded pediment above an arched and moulded door, flanked with fluted pilasters, 42” (107cm) high, 27” (69cm) wide. (1) €180 - 250 219A A LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY MAHOGANY HANGING CORNER CUPBOARD, with swan neck pediment and dentil-moulded cornice, above a single astragal glazed door, 47” (119cm) high, 31.5” (80cm) wide. (1) €150 - 250 220 A GOOD QUALITY GEORGIAN STYLE ELM AND BIRDS EYE MAPLE CUPBOARD ON CHEST, O.R.M., the moulded cornice above two panel doors, each with string inlay, enclosing two adjustable shelves, the base with three long drawers and bracket feet, 73” (185cm) high, 40” (101cm) wide. (1) €300 - 400 221 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY DUCHESS TYPE DRESSING TABLE, with oval mirror plate above an arrangement of small drawers and one long drawer, the shaped breakfront with a frieze drawer raised on front cabriole supports and concave platform, 43” (109cm). (1) €150 - 250 222 A CAST IRON AND BRASS TUBULAR MOUNTED FENDER, with a pair of matching fire dogs, 64” (162cm). (1) €80 - 90 223 A MARBLE TOP DEMI-LUNE SHAPED VICTORIAN MAHOGANY WASH STAND, raised on single cabriole support with lion paw terminal, on a shaped platform, 30” (74cm). (1) €80 - 120 224 A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY BOWFRONTED SIDE TABLE with frieze drawer on square tapering legs, 30” (177cm). (1) €100 - 150


225 A MODERN SAVONNERIE RUNNER, the cream ground with all over floral pattern, 2ft6 (76cm) x 8ft 244cm). (1) €70 - 90 226 AN ATTRACTIVE IVORY GROUND KASHMIR RUG, with centre red and blue medallion, on an ivory field, with all-over floral pattern and turquoise spandrels, inside a dark blue border with smaller bands, 6ft (183cm) x 4ft1 (124cm). (1) €200 - 300 227 A SET OF THREE BRASS FIRE IRONS; together with a pair of brass-mounted and cast iron fire dogs. (5) €80 - 150 228 A 19th CENTURY MAHOGANY PEAT BUCKET, with four brass bands and a brass swing handle, 12” (31cm). (1) €200 - 300 229 A SET OF THREE ROCOCO STYLE BRASS FIRE IRONS, comprising shovel, poker, and tongs; together with a pair of matching fire dogs, and a brass iron stop. (6) €150 - 250 231 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). (1) €150 - 250 232 A MATCHED SET OF SIX GEORGE III PERIOD PROVINCIAL OAK AND ELM SIDE CHAIRS, each with a pierced splat and solid seat and square front legs united by four stretchers. (6) €500 - 700 233 A 19TH CENTURY OVAL MAHOGANY GALLERY TRAY, with brass handles, 27½” (70cm). (1) €150 - 250 234 TOM GREANY, “Neath Harbour Lights”, O.O.B., signed and inscribed on labels verso,12.5” (32cm) x 15.5” (40cm); together with another painting by Pat Dietrichsen, “Study of a Cheetah on a Tree Branch” O.O.B., 11.5” (29cm) x 15.5” (39cm). (2) €150 - 250 235 A WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY SPOONBACK OCCASIONAL CHAIR, with pierced splat and drop in seat, raised on front baluster turned legs. (1) €100 - 150 16

236 A TWO-TIER WALNUT WALL BRACKET, three sections, 53” (135cm) wide. (1) €80 - 150 237 A LATE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY STYLE WALNUT CHEST-ON-CHEST, O.R.M., the moulded cornice above an arrangement of three long and three short drawers, flanked to either side with fluted canted corners, on a base with brushing slide and three further long drawers, raised on bracket feet, 66” (168cm) high, 37” (94cm) wide. (1) €200 - 300 238 AN ELM AND ASH HOOP BACK KITCHEN ARMCHAIR, with solid seat on turned legs; together with another similar with circular solid seat; and a black painted kitchen armchair. (3) €150 - 250 239 A MAHOGANY TWO-SEAT CONVERSATION OR LOVER’S SETTEE, the S-shaped frame with horse-shoe shaped button back and baluster rail, above padded elbow rests and serpentine-fronted padded seat, raised on turned and tapering legs. (1) €400 - 600 240 A GOOD PAIR OF OAK CASED GLOBE WERNICKE & COMPANY BOOKCASES, each with six sections, with pull out glazed doors, each section 79” (200cm)h x 34.5” (87cm)w. €400 - 500 242 JULIEN HILLS (20TH/21ST CENTURY), “Corry Lake, Comeraghs”, O.O.C., signed and dated lower left, 2005, also inscribed on label verso, 40” (101cm) x 60” (152cm). (1) €200 - 300 243 A GEORGIAN SLOPE FRONT OAK BOOKCASE, the interior fitted with various pigeon hole compartments, drawers and central cupboard, above a sliding well, and two long and two short drawers below, raised on bracket feet, 36” (91cm). (1) €180 - 250 245 A WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD, probably Irish, the shaped back with a turned double baluster crest, above a central frieze drawer, applied with leaf scrolls, above two leaf spandrels, flanked to either side with a panelled cupboard, adapted, 64” (162cm)w. (1) €250 - 350

246 A MATCHED CANTEEN OF KINGS PATTERN NEWBRIDGE SILVER-PLATE CUTLERY, comprising eighteen dinner and supper knives, eight soup spoons, eight dessert spoons, two tablespoons, nine teaspoons, twelve supper forks, and dinner forks, in wooden fitted case. (1) €100 - 150 248 A SHIELD SHAPED MOULDED GILT WALL MIRROR, the top crested with a stylised shell and scrolls, above an arched mirror plate, inside a moulded frame, with leaf scrolls, 38” (97cm) high, 25” (64cm) wide. (1) €100 - 150 249 A CONTINENTAL INLAID AND BRASSMOUNTED KINGWOOD VITRINE OR DISPLAY CABINET, the rectangular top with front rounded corners, above a pull-out writing surface, within the frieze and a glazed door below, enclosing two shelves, and raised on short cabriole legs, 44.5” (113cm) high, 24.5” (62cm) wide. (1) €250 - 350 250 A FINE GEORGE III STYLE ARCHITECTURAL FIRE SURROUND AND OVERMANTEL, 19th century, the overmantel with divided pediment, egg and tongue moulding, and applied with scrolling foliage, above an ornate dentil moulded cornice, with a band of acanthus leaf and above an oval mirror plate,flanked with a pair of fluted and panelled pilasters to either side, each with leaf capital, and flanking interlaced bands of bellflowers, the leaf moulded mantle piece above a frieze with central two handled urn, issuing scrolling foliage, the jambs moulded with anthemions, each headed with an oval partrea, the fire surround, 60” (154.5cm)h x 77” (196.5cm) overmantel 62” (158cm)h x 61” (156cm)w, combined measurements, 127” (323cm)h x 77” (196.5cm)w. (2) €2,400 - 2,600 See illustraton on page 17 251 A CARVED OAK SERVING TABLE, late nineteenth century in the seventeenth century style, the rectangular moulded top above a long frieze drawer, flanked with scrolling vines and cherubs, and flanked to either side with a scroll spandrel and lion mask, raised on front leaf carved cabriole legs, with bell flowers and scroll feet, 6ft (182cm) wide. (1) €400 - 600 252 AN OBLONG GILT WINDOW STOOL, of serpentine form, with cane seat and shaped floral moulded apron, raised on moulded cabriole legs, 43” (109cm) wide. (1) €100 - 150




253 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY WASHSTAND, the arched marble back with a bracket shelf and shaped marble top above a frieze drawer, raised on a pair of cabriole supports with rear pilasters and a shaped platform, 48” (123cm)w; together with a matching dressing table. (2) €350 - 500 254 A MAHOGANY KNEE-HOLE DESK, 20th/21st century, with three-quarter gallery above two frieze drawers, raised on turned legs, 54” (136cm) wide. (1) €180 - 250 255 A VICTORIAN EBONISED AND PARCEL GILT STOOL, with square padded top, raised on turned legs with X-shaped stretcher. (1) €80 - 150 256 A GEORGE III PERIOD MAHOGANY CHEST, with three long and two short drawers, raised on bracket feet, 39” (99cm). (1) €250 - 350 257 A WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY CHILDS HIGH FEEDING CHAIR, two pieces, the chair in the form of a dining room armchair, with shaped top rail and curved cross rails, and scroll arm-fronts, raised on turned legs and wooden screw fixed to a table stand on baluster turned legs. (1) €250 - 350

263 262 A FRAMED SHOP OR PUB ADVERTISING POSTER, for Walnut Plug Tobacco, Sweet as a Nut, in original Clarks frame, 16.5” (42cm) x 12.5” (59cm). (1) €150 - 180 263 GEORGE WRIGHT (1860-1942), “Coastal Scene in a Landscape”. O.O.C., monochrome, signed lower right, 9.5” (24cm) x 19.5” (49cm). (1) €1,200 - 1,500

260 AN ATTRACTIVE GILT PIER MIRROR,O.R.M., in the Gothic style, the arched top with typical Gothic decoration and tracery, above two mirror plates, flanked to either side with cluster columns, 35” (89cm) high, 16” (41cm) wide. (1) €400 - 450 261 AN IRISH FRAMED AND COLOURED PRINT, ‘Irish Whiskey, Good Health from Ireland’, 11.5” (29cm) x 15” (38cm). (1) €100 - 120


267 A SMALL VICTORIAN WALNUT WORK BOX, with hinged cover and brass handle, 11” (28cm). (1) €40 - 60 268 A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY TWO COMPARTEMT CUTLERY TRAY, with brass handle, 16” (41cm), together with another similar ditto. (1) €70 - 120

258 A GILT CHILD’S CORNER ARMCHAIR, in the Chippendale style, with double pierced splat back and padded seat, raised on four cabriole legs with ball-n-claw feet. (1) €80 - 100 259 A VICTORIAN WALNUT LADIES LIFT-TOP WORK TABLE, the rectangular top with marquetry inlay and rounded corners opening to reveal a fitted interior, raised on a carved quadruple pod with moulded cabriole legs and scroll feet, 19” (48cm). (1) €180 - 250

266 A LARGE PORCELAIN BOWL AND COVER, in the Berlin style, the domed cover with two figures surmounted and berry spray, the panels with interior scenes, on conforming base decorated with flowers and figures in interiors, 12” (31cm) high, 13” (33cm) wide. (1) €300 - 350

269 A LATE 19TH CENTURY LARGE TWOHANDLED OVAL COPPER PAN, with cover and two handles, 22” (56cm). (1) €100 - 200 270 A FIVE-BRANCH RENAISSANCE STYLE CEILING LIGHT, the centre urn stem applied with three caryatids and a lower section issuing five scroll arms and a pineapple terminal, 20” (51cm). (1) €200 - 300

264 264 In the style of WILLIAM SHAYER (1787-1879), “The Cottage Pie”, depicting three figures by cottage door, O.O.C., 17.5” (44cm) x 15.5” (39cm). (1) €500 - 550

271 A HEAVY BRASS-MOUNTED COPPER PRESERVING PAN with two heavy brass handles, 20” (51cm), together with another large heavy brass preserving pan with two turned handles, 24” (61cm). (1) €100 - 200

265 A RED PAINTED METAL MODEL OF AN OLD LONDON BUS, 12.5” (23cm) high, 32” (59cm). (1) €200 - 220

272 A LARGE BRONZE BUST, Robert Burns, head and shoulders, on square black limestone base, 25” (64cm) high. (1) €1,000 - 1,200



273 A BRONZE FIGURE OF A SEMI-NUDE CLASSICAL WOMAN, tied to a tall Doric column, on circular moulded black limestone base, 13.5” (34cm) high. (1) €180 - 250 274 JOSEPH D’ASTE (ACT. C.1905-1935), “La Fete Au Village”, a gilt bronze group, modeled as a woman with five children, on cut stone base, 18” (46cm) high, 23” (58cm) wide. (1) €3,000 - 3,500

277 A NICELY CARVED MINIATURE DINING ROOM ARMCHAIR, in the Chippendale style, with pierced and moulded splat, above a padded seat and conforming arm rests, raised on front square rope moulded legs, 10” (26cm) high. (1) €240 - 280

279 A PAIR OF CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE OCTAGONAL BALUSTER SHAPED VASES AND COVERS, O.R.M., 23” (59cm) high. (2) €300 - 350 280 A PAIR OF PORCELAIN VASES, each with panels of figures in transfer, with cream, blue and red ground, 13” (33cm) high. (2) €100 - 150

275 A VERY UNUSUAL OAK CASED POLYPHON, with spare discs, in the form of a miniature upright piano, raised on a wooden hand cart with spoked wheels, 19” (48cm) x 22” (56cm) including shaft. (1) €1,000 - 1,200 276 A PAIR OF VERY HEAVY ROUGE MARBLE TABLE LAMPS, O.R.M., each of baluster form, on white marble bases, surmounted with cream shade, 25.5” (65cm) high. (1) €400 - 450

278 A GOOD PAIR OF CARVED WOODEN FIGURES OF RECUMBENT LIONS, each raised on rectangular plinth, 17” (43cm) high. (2) €500 - 600

281 A TRIPOD JARDINERE STAND OR TORCHERE, the square top with angled corners and twostage turned stem above a tripod base, 42” (107cm). (1) €150 - 250

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282 AN ATTRACTIVE INLAID MAHOGANY WARDROBE, the dentil-moulded cornice above two doors, each with an oval inlaid and cross banded panel and a lower rectangular conforming panel, above a bass drawer on bracket feet, 50” (127cm). (1) €250 - 350 283 A GOOD QUALITY WALNUT PEDESTAL DESK, with oblong moulded top, above an arrangement of drawers, and pigeon hole compartments, lacking front, raised on two pedestals, each with three drawers and a slide, raised on a plinth base, 54” (257cm) wide. (1) €300 - 400

287 AN ATTRACTIVE TWO-SEAT BUTTON BACK SETTEE, with two loose cushions and concave front, raised on front square legs, and covered in tan hide, 65” (165cm) wide. (1) €300 - 400 288 A GEORGIAN STYLE COCK PEN TYPE MAHOGANY LIBRARY ARMCHAIR, with padded back seat and elbow rests raised on reeded splade legs. (1) €200 - 300 289 A CIRCULAR SPECIMEN MARBLE TABLE, with geometric and circular designs, in various coloured specimen marbles, on a Victorian mahogany tripod base, with turned stem, 28” (71cm) high, 24” (61cm) diameter. (1) €600 - 650 290 A SMALL WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY PEDESTAL, with frieze drawer above two arched panel doors, raised on a plinth, 39” (99cm) x 18 ½ “ (47cm). (1) €300 - 400

284 284 A VERY ATTRACTIVE INLAID AND CROSSBANDED KIDNEY-SHAPED LADIES WRITING DESK, with moulded top, with tooled leather inset, above a concave frieze drawer, supported by two pedestals, each with four graduating drawers and attractive brass handles, raised on short square tapering legs, 47” (120cm) wide. (1) €1,500 - 1,700

291 AN EBONY BANDED SATINWOOD FOLDOUT CARD TABLE OR PATIENT’S TABLE, the double fold-out top inlaid with shelves above a frieze drawer, on square tapering inlaid splayed legs united by a stretcher shelf with gallery, 28.5” (73cm) high x 21” (53cm) wide. (1) €80 - 150

292 AN EIGHTEENTH CENTURY WALNUT DROP-LEAF GATE-LEG TABLE with demi-lune flaps, raised on four cabriole legs with pad feet, 38” ( 97cm). (1) €200 - 300 293 A REGENCY PERIOD BRASS INLAID ROSEWOOD LAP DESK, the hinged top opening to reveal a stubbing writing surface with fitted compartments, 19” (48cm) high, with an associated stand on square legs. (1) €150 - 250 294 A GEORGE III STYLE OVAL SATINWOOD PEMBROKE TABLE, O.R.M, the centre inlaid with an oval fan, with crossbanded edge and demi-lune flaps, flanking a frieze drawer, raised on four square tapering paneled legs, 31” (79cm) wide. (1) €400 - 600 295 A PAIR OF GEORGE IV PERIOD BRASS INLAID MAHOGANY FOLD OVER TEA TABLES, each rectangular top with projecting rounded front corners, raised on four baluster spiral reeded legs with brass castors, 35” (89 cm) wide. (2) €500 - 800 296 A GEORGE III STYLE INLAID MAHOGANY DEMI-LUNE SIDE TABLE O.R.M., inlaid and cross-banded top, above a frieze drawer, raised on square tapering inlaid paneled legs, 36” (92cm) wide. (1) €150 - 250

285 A FIVE-PIECE FRENCH GREEN GLASS DRESSING TABLE SET, in the manor of R. Lalique, comprising a pair of mermaid form candlesticks, 8.75” (22cm); a pair of jars, each with mermaid handle and relief moulded with fish to the body 3.5” (9cm); and a large oval glass tray, with merman and fish within scrolling and water foliage, and a large shell, 14” (35.5cm) wide. (5) €100 - 200 286 A VICTORIAN WALNUT WELLINGTON CHEST, with seven drawers locking with hinged pilaster on a plinth base, 40 ¼” (102cm) x 20” (51cm). (1) €250 - 350




297 A VERY FINE SATINWOOD BEDROOM SUITE, by Maples of London, comprising a breakfront wardrobe, with serpentine-shaped front, crested with a wreath and three-stage top, the centre door applied with classical dancing figures holding a floral bouquet, within leafy sprays and scrolls in relief, flanked to either side with two similar doors, each with a scroll moulded cornice, enclosing all hanging compartments, on a base with one centre long drawer and cabriole legs, 90” (227cm) wide; together with a pair of matching 3ft6 beds, each head crested with Prince of Wales plume, with scrolling foliage, on a shaped top with conforming head board, together with matching base and mattress, as new; a circular serpentine shaped occasional table, with conforming legs, and web inlaid top, 30” (76cm); a matching bedside pedestal, with single serpentine door and stretcher shelf on cabriole legs; a pair of matching bedroom chairs; and a chest cupboard, with four long drawers above and two cupboard doors below, on short cabriole legs. (8) €1,500 - 2,500 298 AN ATTRACTIVE THREE-PIECE EBONISED AND PARCEL GILT SUITE OF SEAT FURNITURE, comprising a pair of armchairs, each frame moulded with flowers and ribbons, around a padded back and seat, and leaf carved arm terminals, raised on leaf carved tapering fluted legs; together with a matching two-seat settee. (3) €700 - 1,100 299 A GOOD GEORGIAN STYLE MAHOGANY PARTNERS PEDESTAL DESK, the rectangular moulded top with cross-banded edge and inset with tooled leather inset, above six frieze drawers, three to either side, raised on two pedestals each with three drawers and a cupboard, applied with heavy brass carrying handles, on tow plinth bases, 63” (160cm) high, 41” (104cm) deep. (1) €1,800 - 2,200 300 A SMALL IRISH GEORGIAN STYLE MAHOGANY AND BRASS BOUND PEAT BUCKET, with swing handle, on a spiral reeded body and brass liner, 17” (43cm). (1) €900 - 1,000 301 A STAINED OAK MONKS BENCH, in the seventeenth century style, the back carved with scrolling foliage and central grotesque mask, over a hinged seat, and two mythical animals forming the arms, and conforming carved panel below, raised on paw feet, 48” (122cm) wide. (1) €250 - 350

303 A GEORGIAN MAHOGANY NIGHT-TIME COMMODE, in the form of a chest with four mock drawers, the top lifting to reveal a seat, unfurnished, raised on bracket feet, 28” (79cm). (1) €150 - 200 304 A GEORGIAN OAK BUREAU CABINET, the moulded top over two solid panel doors enclosing adjustable shelves, the base with a slope front opening to reveal a fitted interior, with drawers, pigeon hole compartments and a central cupboard, with arched panel, above two long and two short drawers and raised in bracket feet, 40” (102cm). (1) €400 - 600 305 A FINE CHIPPENDALE STYLE GILT PIER MIRROR, O.R.M., the frame moulded with scrolling foliage, and cluster columns to the side interlaced with leaf sprays, raised on scroll terminals. (1) €200 - 300 306 A LARGE GOOD QUALITY VICTORIAN MAHOGANY PEDESTAL SIDEBOARD, the shaped back with central shell crest, issuing scrolling foliage, above a serpentine front, with central frieze drawer, raised on two pedestals, each with a cupboard door, each enclosing bottle racks and shelf, raised on double moulded plinth, 94” (239cm) wide. (1) €250 - 350 308 A GEORGE III PERIOD MAHOGANY DROPLEAF PEMBROKE TYPE TABLE, with two rectangular flaps on four chamferred legs, 39” (100cm) wide. (1) €100 - 150 309 A GEORGE III STYLE SERPENTINE FRONTED MAHOGANY COCKTAIL CABINET, with dentil-moulded cornice, above two panel doors, enclosing a shelf, on a base with four long graduating drawers, and raised on bracket feet, 59” (150cm) high, 30.25” (77cm) wide. (1) €200 - 300 310 A VICTORIAN BURL WALNUT DUCHESS TYPE DRESSING TABLE, the arched and shaped swing-frame mirror with a shell crest, above two drawers, and a breakfront centre with one frieze drawer, raised on leaf carved cabriole supports, on shaped platform, 47” (119cm) wide. (1) €750 - 800 311 A QUEEN ANNE STYLE WALNUT WINGBACK ARMCHAIR, covered in attractive pink fabric, raised on front leaf-carved cabriole legs. (1) €400 - 600

312 A VICTORIAN SERPENTINE-SHAPED ROSEWOOD STOOL, with rectangular padded top, raised on four cabriole legs, 21” (53cm) wide. (1) €100 - 150 313 A VICTORIAN BEAD TURNED WALNUT ARMCHAIR, with beaded rails and open arms, above a padded seat, on front tapering bead turned legs. (1) €100 - 150 315 A MAHOGANY WARDROBE LINEN CUPBOARD, in the George IV style, twentieth century, the gadroon and flute moulded cornice above two double panel doors, raised on short plinth, the interior with hanging compartment, drawers and shelves, 46” (117cm) wide. (1) €100 - 200 316 A GEORGE III PERIOD MAHOGANY DINING CHAIR, the back with a pierced slat above a drop-in seat and raised on square chamferred legs; together with an open elm dining room armchair with stuff-over seat on square tapering legs; and a pair of dining chairs each with four rail fluted back, stuff-over seat on square tapering front legs. (4). €150 - 200 317 A NINETEENTH CENTURY INLAID AND BRASS-MOUNTED PIER CABINET, with front glazed door, and two glazed side panels, enclosing three shelves, on a plinth base, 48” (122cm) high, 28.5” (72cm) wide. (1) €200 - 300 318 AN ATTRACTIVE PAIR OF LOUIS XV STYLE MOULDED GILT OCCASIONAL ARMCHAIRS, each with a triple-padded panel back and padded seat, raised on front cabriole legs, covered in attractive ivory fabric. (2) €180 - 250 319 A GEORGIAN MAHOGANY SLOPE FRONT BUREAU, the interior fitted with drawers and pigeon hole compartments above three long graduating and two short drawers, 35” (89cm) wide. (1) €250 - 350 320 AN EDWARDIAN WALNUT CENTRE TABLE, with circular moulded serpentine shaped top, above a conforming stretcher shelf and raised on six cabriole legs, 30” (76cm) wide. (1) €100 - 200


321 TWENTIETHTH AND TWENTY FIRST CENTURY, monochrome abstract, large O.O.C., 65” (165cm)h x 67” (170cm). (1) €100 - 200 322 AN ATTRACTIVE RECTANGULAR SERPENTINE SHAPED MAHOGANY STOOL, in the Victorian style, with attractive tapestry seat, raised on four moulded cabriole les, each of the four moulded aprons with a central shell, 56” (142cm) wide. (1) €250 - 300

328 A MAHOGANY THREE-TIER WHATNOT, with spiral reeded supports and legs, adapted, 26” (66cm) high, 17” (43cm) wide. (1) €100 - 150

334 A VICTORIAN WALNUT ROCKING CHAIR, with open arms, padded back, seat and elbow rests. (1) €80 - 150


335 A SMALL WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY SIDE OR LADIES WORK TABLE, the rectangular top with rounded corners above a frieze drawer, raised on an upward tapering reeded stem and triform base, 20 inches (51cm). €100 - 200

330 A BRASS-MOUNTED MAHOGANY JARDINIERE STAND, with pierced brass gallery, on turned supports with stretcher shelf, and four turned splayed legs, 29” (74cm) high, 24” (30cm) wide. (1) €100 - 200

336 A PAIR OF GEORGIAN STYLE MAHOGANY GAINSBOROUGH TYPE LIBRARY ARMCHAIRS, each with a hump back, open arms, and padded elbow rests and seat, raised on square front reeded legs, covered in attractive light green fabric. (1) €400 - 450

331 TWO BOXES OF ASSORTED BOOKS, various subjects, sports, cooking, novels, etc. (a lot) €20 - 30

323 323 MICHAEL BRINAK, a large canvas,”Black and White Geometric Patterns”, signed and dated 1979 verso, 63” (160cm)h x 99” (250cm) approx. (1) €400 - 600

337 A FINE SERPENTINE-SHAPED NINETEENTH CENTURY FRENCH BRASSMOUNTED PARQUETRY AND WALNUT LADIES WRITING TABLE OR CENTRE TABLE, the tooled leather top with moulded brass edge, above a frieze drawer, with parquetry cubes, and a similar inlay around the frieze, raised on four cabriole legs with brass mounts, 28” (71cm) high, 24” (61cm) wide. (1) €600 - 700

332 A GOOD HEAVY WOOL RUG, in the William Morris style, with rows of leaf sprays, in light green and ivory, inside a conforming leaf border, 10ft1” (307cm) x 8ft (244cm). (1) €300 - 400 333 AN OLD CHILD’S ELM AND ASH TOILET TRAINING ARMCHAIR, with rail back and turned arm rests. (1) €70 - 90

324 A MODERN MAHOGANY OPENWORK BOOKCASE, with four shelves and two cupboards below, 40” (102cm). €80 - 120 325 TWO JAPANESE TWO-FOLD SCREENS, each with lacquered panels and overlaid with carved bone and mother-o-pearl forming birds perched on a tree branches and flying, the carved ebonised frames with pierced pediments, each in the form of birds among foliage, 70.5” (179cm) high, 54” 9137cm) wide. (2) €250 - 350 326 AN EDWARDIAN INLAID ROSEWOOD TWOSEAT SETTEE, inlaid with marquetry panels depicting musical and other trophies, on two splats, above a serpentine fronted seat, raised on front cabriole legs. (1) €100 - 150 327 A NINETEENTH CENTURY CIRCULAR THREE-TIER DUMB WAITER, with pie-crust graduating shelves, on a tripod base, as is, 50” (127cm) high. (1) €150 - 250






338 A VERY FINE LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY CONTINENTAL ROSEWOOD AND IVORY INLAID LADIES VANITY TABLE, the top with parquetry panel, and inlaid in ivory, with bird and insect cornucopia, and central cartouche, within further floral ivory inlay, the hinged top opening to reveal a mirror and jewellry compartment on a slide, raised on four turned and fluted legs, united by a shaped stretcher, 29” (74cm) x 22” (56cm). (1) €750 - 850 339 AN OVAL INLAID MAHOGANY BIJOUTERIE OR CURIO TABLE, with five glass panels, and a hinged top, raised on square tapering slightly curved legs, 23” (59cm)w. (1) €500 - 550

341 A GEORGIAN STYLE WINGBACK ARMCHAIR, O.R.M., covered in attractive fabric, with loose cushion seat, on square moulded front legs. (1) €300 - 350

343 PADRAIG LYNCH (B.1936), “Twilight Pastoral”, O.O.B., 12” (30cm) x 15”(38cm). (1) €300 - 500 344 A VERY FINE NEST OF THREE FRENCH BRASS-MOUNTED PARQUETRY OCCASIONAL TABLES, each with rectangular serpentine shaped top, with parquetry centres and brass edge, within rosewood banding and raised on cabriole legs, the largest 23” (58cm) high, 25” (64cm) wide. (3) €1,800 - 2,500

342 A HEAVY BRASS TABLE LAMP, in the form of a candlestick, with shade, 43” (84cm). (1) €80 - 150 342A THOMAS RYAN, P.P.R.H.A (B.1929), “Colourful Garden with Boy”, O.O.B., 8” (20cm)h x 9.5” (24cm)W. (1) €400 - 600

340 A PAIR OF CHINESE ENAMEL VASES ,in blue, white and yellow, each decorated with panels depicting women in landscapes, 10.5” (27cm) high, as is; together with a smaller Canton vase, decorated all over with flowers and figures, 9” (23cm) high; a modern figure of a Japanese Old man; another of a Chinese Immortal, each approximately 4” (10cm); and an unusual Cantonese porcelain and brass mounted oil lamp, decorated with flowers birds and insects, 8” (20cm) high. (6) €80 - 120





345 A CIRCULAR IMARI BOWL, with lobed sides, 7.25” (18cm) diamter; together with a smaller ditto, 6.25” (16cm) diameter; and a small Chinese famille rose teapot, twentieth century. (3) €50 - 70 346 A PAIR OF HEPPLEWHITE STYLE MAHOGANY WHEEL-BACK DINING ROOM ARMCHAIRS, each with a web back and fluted splats, and a central carved oval partriae, above shaped elbow rests and serpentine fronted stuff-over seat, on front tapering spade legs. (2) €600 - 800 347 A FINE EBONY STRUNG MAHOGANY SOFA TABLE, by Waring and Gillows of Liverpool, stamped on the drawer edge, also with Waring and Gillows labels, the top with two D-shaped flaps flanking two frieze drawers, raised on standard supports, and four reeded sabre spade legs, terminating in brass lion paw castors, 59” (150cm) wide. (1) €1,200 - 1,400 348 A GOOD CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE BULBOUS BOTTLE VASE, decorated all over with scrolling foliage and flowers, on a circular stem base with blue seal mark, 15.5” (39.5cm) high. (1) €1,000 - 1,500 349 A LARGE GILT SETTEE, with trophy and ribbon crest, above an oval padded panel, and two conforming side panels, flanked to either side with padded arm panels, the frame moulded with hanging flowers and scrolling foliage and large cushion seat, raised on vase shaped fluted legs, 86” (208cm) wide. (1) €400 - 500 24

350 A PAIR OF ATTRACTIVE OVAL EBONISED AND SATINWOOD MARQUETRY LAMP OR SIDE TABLES, each top with a brass edge, inlaid with cherubs and flowers, above a frieze drawer, raised on tapering reeded legs, on a conforming concave stretcher shelf, 19.5 “ (50cm) wide. (1) €700 - 800 351 TAXIDERMY: DOUBLE HEAD TROPHY, modelled as a dog and a stag, on double shield shaped panel, 25” (64cm) high, (78cm) wide. (1) €300 - 350 352 A BRONZE GARDEN FIGURE, modeled as a stag, backward facing on four legs, with three point antlers, 43” (110cm) high, 29” (74cm) wide. (1) €350 - 400 353 TAXIDERMY: A LARGE STUFFED AND MOUNTED STAG HEAD, multi-pointed horns, mounted on a shield shaped panel, 45” (114cm) high, 32” (81cm) wide approx. (1) €380 - 420 354 A HEAVY BRONZE FIGURE, depicting a stag at bay, mounted on a rugged base, each horn with seven points, 42” (107cm) high, 40” (102cm) long. (1) €1,200 - 1,500 355 A PAIR OF NICELY MODELED METAL MEDIEVAL STYLE FIGURES, each holding a spear, on circular moulded base, 64” (163cm) high. (1) €1,500 - 1,600



358 A FINE LARGE SET OF FOUR BRONZE FIGURES, each depicting musical cherubs with floral garland in hair, playing cymbals, panpipes, tambourine and horn, each standing on one leg, 36” (92cm) high. (1) €1,500 - 2,000 359 A LARGE THREE-COLLAR BRONZE GARDEN GROUP, modeled with two classical semi-draped women, holding a garland of flowers and a leafy branch, raised on a rectangular stepped base, life size, 70” (178cm) high, 36” (92cm) wide. (1) €1,600 - 1,800 360 A PAIR OF ATTRACTIVE LOW SIZE CAST IRON CAMPANA-SHAPED GARDEN URNS, each with a folded egg-and-dart moulded rim, the body with floral scrolls in relief and a half-reeded centre, with two mask handles, on a stem base, raised on a conforming upward tapering square plinth, with relief moulded panels and moulded foot, 41” (104cm) high. (1) €500 - 600 361 A PAIR OF COMPOSITION STONE GARDEN FIGURES, each in the form of a lion seated, on an octagonal base, 24” (61cm) high. (1) €200 - 250


356 356 A VERY LARGE PAIR OF VERY HEAVY CAST IRON GARDEN URNS, in the Neoclassical style, each with an egg-and-dart folded rim, over relief panels, depicting classical figures and two handles terminating in grotesque masks, on a leaf-cast stem with stepped base, raised on a tall conforming plinth, with further masks and cherubs, and leaf cast square base with canted corners, 7ft5 (191cm) high. (1) €1,600 - 2,000 357 A PAIR OF HEAVY WHITE PAINTED CAST IRON GARDEN BENCHES, each shaped and floral cast back with a panel of horse-shoe designs, above an open scroll work seat, and conforming C-scroll arm panels, raised on front cabriole legs, 64” (163cm) wide. (2) €700 - 1,100





366A 368 A LARGE LIFE-SIZE BRONZE GARDEN POND FOUNTAIN, modeled with a mermaid, seated on a rock holding a shell, above a swan with outstretched wings, 5ft (152cm) high. (1) €4,000 - 4,500

366 A PAIR OF VERY HEAVY CAST IRON GARDEN BENCHES, each with metal slatted seat and back, the ends formed with scrolling foliage and openwork panels, raised on four conforming legs, 62” (157cm). (2) €1200-1800

366 362 A COMPOSITION STONE PLINTH, O.R.M., of fluted form, on square base, with bronze sundial. (1) €200 - 250 363 A NICELY WEATHERED HEXAGONALSHAPED COMPOSITION STONE BIRD BATH, the edge formed with scrolling foliage, with tri-dolphin stand and tri-form base, 20” (50cm) high, 21” (53cm) wide. (1) €100 - 150 364 A VERY HEAVY PAIR OF WHITE PAINTED GOTHIC STYLE GARDEN BENCHES, each with typical Gothic tracery, and open work back, on pierced honeycomb seat, and conforming front apron, raised on leaf scroll rustic legs, 6ft3 (190cm)w. (2) €1,500 - 2,200 365 AN EXTREMELY HEAVY PAIR OF COALBROOKDALE STYLE PIERCED CAST IRON BENCHES, each with rustic lilly cast back, above a conforming slatted seat, raised on pierced and leaf scroll ends, the arm rests terminating in animal masks and raised on front paw feet, with rear scroll feet, 67” (170cm)w. (2) €1200-1800 26

369 A HEAVY CAST IRON GARDEN BENCH, the pierced and relief-moulded oak leaf and acorn back with arched centre and leaf crest, the conforming pierced side panels with leopard mask finials, above a slatted wooden seat, on cabriole legs with paw feet united by a conforming apron, 58” (147cm) wide. (1) €600 - 800

366A A PAIR OF VERY ATTRACTIVE AND UNUSUAL HEAVY CAST IRON GARDEN BENCHES, each with a horseshoe shaped bk, under a floral crest and shaped top, the side arm panels, with pierced C scrolls and a conforming pierced seat in the form of scrolling foliage, raised on four heavy cabriole legs, with flowers and foliage, approximately 48” (122cm) w. (2) €1200-1800

370 A PAIR OF SMALL HEAVY CAST IRON GARDEN BENCHES, each with pierced leaf cast back with trellis design above a pierced honeycomb seat, raised on shaped legs, 36” (92cm) wide. (2) €600 - 800

367 A FINE REGENCY PERIOD MAHOGANY CHAISE LONGUE, in the manner of Thomas Hope, a single scroll end, with button back, seat, with bolster cushion, covered in attractive gold draylon, the reeded frame front with two small rectangular panels, and raised on front shaped lion paw feet, each on short rectangular plinth, 73” (185cm)w. (1) €500 - 700

371 A PAIR OF COMPOSITION GARDEN URNS, O.R.M., each with half reeded body and hanging drapes in relief, raised on conforming plinths, 35” (90cm). (1) €180 - 250



372 A LATE 19TH CENTURY THREE-PIECE FRENCH WHITE MARBLE AND GILT METAL MANTEL CLOCK GARNITURE, comprising a clock with floral crest, above a decorated enamel and convex dial, with Arabic numerals and applied with two rams masks and musical trophies, on an inverted breakfront base with paw feet 12” (30cm); together with a pair of matched candelabra. (3) €300 - 500 375 A NINETEENTH CENTURY GILT PICTURE FRAME, now with mirror plate, 31” (79cm) high, 42” (107cm) wide. (1) €80 - 120 376 A 19th CENTURY ROSEWOOD AND PARCEL GILT THREE COMPARTMENT OVERMANTEL, or wall mirror, 21” (55 cm) high, 48” (122cm) wide. (1) €200 - 300 377 A JAPANESE HEXAGONAL BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN STICK AND UMBRELLA STAND, with floral decoration, 23.5” (60cm) high,11” (28cm) wide. (1) €300 - 350 378 A CARVED ALABASTER GROUP, modelled with two children, holding a bird’s nest with chicks, on a rugged base, raised on a circular gilt brass mounted alabaster stand, inscribed De Leden Der Dlaey Natie, A An Hunnen Deken, A. De Groof, 25” (63cm) high. (1) €1,200 - 1,500 379 A LARGE BRONZE GONG, probably Tibetan, the stand structured from driftwood, the circular bronze drum 35” (99cm) diameter, on rope suspender, the frame, 67” (170cm) high, 52” (132cm) wide, approx. (1) €900 - 1,100 380 A LARGE MAHOGANY BRASS BOUND PEAT BUCKET, of tapering reeded form, with two handles and a brass liner, 26.5” (67cm) high, 20” (51cm) diameter. (1) €2,000 - 2,500 381 AN ART NOUVEAU CAST IRON WASH HAND BASIN BACK, with oval mirror, and tiled panel, 33” (84cm) high, 27” (70cm) wide. (1) €150 - 200


382 A FINE 19TH CENTURY FAIENCE JARDINIERE AND PEDESTAL, the monochrome decorated jardiniere body, with colourful flowers and armorials, applied with two Bacchus masks in high relief, on matching baluster shaped pedestal, both as is, 38” (97cm) high; together with a matching pedestal, 20” (51cm). (3) €250 - 350 383 AN OLD METAL AND WOOD BOUND STEAMER TRUNK, the fitted interior with various compartments, containing a large quantity of masonic regalia and costume and pouch, the pouch inscribed Clowes & Woodward of Dames Street Dublin Masonic Jewellers, containing some masonic jewellery in uniforms, with a lift out tray enclosing various ceremonial clothes, the trunk with a nameplate inscribed W.J.H. Tyrrell, formerly of Ballindoolin House near Eden Derry, 32” (81cm)w. (1) €200 - 300 383A A THREE BRANCH WROUGHT IRON CEILING LIGHT, in the form of scrolling foliage, the arms supporting three milk glass bulbous shades, 22” (56cm). (1) €150 - 220 384 A SMALL MAHOGANY CHEVAL FIRE SCREEN, twentieth and twenty first century, with tapestry type panel, raised on four splayed legs, 23” (58cm). (1) €180 - 220

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385 ALAN FEREBEE (BRITISH, 20TH CENTURY), ‘Cloisters, Oxford University’, O.O.P., signed lower right, 30” (76cm) square. (1) €150 - 250 386 A GEORGE III PERIOD MAHOGANY PEMBROKE TABLE, with demi-lume flaps flanking a frieze drawer raised on square tapering spade legs, 39” (100cm) extended. (1) €250 - 350

390 HENRI DASSON (1825-1896), AFTER FRANCOIS GIRARDON (1628-1715), “The Rape of Proserpina”, a fine bronze group on ormolu base, signed and dated 1883, 26” (66cm). (1) €2,500 - 3,000

387 ATTRIBUTED TO JOSEPH NOLLEKENS (1737-1823), Bust of a Gentleman, carved white statuary marble, raised on a turned socle, 31” (79cm) high, 25” (64cm) wide. (1) €2,000 - 3,000 388 A GEORGE III PERIOD CARVED MOULDED AND PAINTED DOOR SURROUND, each modelled as a female warrior holding a heart-shaped shield and a spear, semi-nude in ceremonial attire with earring, headdress, and multi-bead necklace, standing on one leg, on a circular cast base, 4ft (122cm) excluding spear, 5ft3 (160cm) including spear. (1) €1,500 - 2,000 See illustration on page 29


391 391 A VERY ATTRACTIVE WILLIAM IV MAHOGANY CONSOLE TABLE, of slender proportions, with black polished limestone top, above a plain frieze, raised on leaf carved cabriole front supports, on an inverted breakfront plinth, 34” (87cm) high, 23” (59cm) wide. (1) €1,000 - 1,200



388A A PAIR OF UNUSUAL POLYCHROME DECORATED BRONZE AFRICAN FIGURES, each modelled as a female warrior holding a heart-shaped shield and a spear, semi-nude in ceremonial attire with earring, headdress, and multi-bead necklace, standing on one leg, on a circular cast base, 4ft (122cm) excluding spear, 5ft3 (160cm) including spear. (1) €1,500 - 2,000 389 A REGENCY STYLE GILT PIER MIRROR, O.R.M., of inverted breakfront pediment, with egg and dart moulding, above a trellis paneled frieze, and a tall mirror plate flanked to either side with reeded pilasters and leaf capitals, 5ft (122cm) high, 23” (58cm) wide. (1) €500 - 600


392 A BURGUNDY GROUND PERSIAN MASHAD CARPET, with centre floral blue medallion, on a burgundy ground with all-over pattern and light blue spandrels, inside a wide conforming blue border with multi bands, 12ft6 (381cm) x 9ft5 (287cm). (1) €450 - 550 393 A SET OF THREE MODERN BRASS FIRE IRONS, comprising shovel, poker and tongs; together with a pair of matching and irons, each with ball n claw finial. (3) €50 - 80 394 A GOOD TALL REGENCY PERIOD CARVED GILT PIER MIRROR, with inverted breakfront ball-moulded cornice, above a frieze with carved circular leaf rosettes, above a mirror plate flanked with leaf-moulded spiral-reeded pilasters, on an inverted breakfront base, 64.5” (164cm) high, 37” (94cm) wide. (1) €800 - 1,000




395 A GEORGE III STYLE SATINWOOD AND DECORATED DEMI-LUNE SIDE TABLE, the top decorated with flowers and leafy garlands, above a conforming frieze and raised on square tapering spade legs, 38” (97cm) wide. (1) €250 - 350 396 A WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD, the shaped baluster turned top above a central frieze drawer, and leaf carved spandrels, flanked to either side with a cupboard door, adapted, and raised on turned tapering legs, 64” (163cm) wide. (1) €280 - 350 398 BRIAN BALLARD (1943), “Tall Trees”, O.O.C., signed and dated ‘87 lower left, 23” (58cm) high, 29” (74cm) wide. (1) €1,200 - 1,800 399 JACK MCCORMAC, (20TH/21ST CENTURY), “The Doorway at Glenstal Abbey”, W.C., signed lower right, 12” (30cm) x 8.5” (23cm). (1) €100 - 120 400 JACK MCCORMAC (20TH AND 21ST CENTURY), “H.M.S. Bellona”, after Jeff Hart, pen, wash and gouache on hand tinted paper, signed lower left, also signed and inscribed verso, 19.5” (50cm) x 18” (45cm). (1) €100 - 120

405 AN ATTRACTIVE PAIR OF NINETEENTH CENTURY GILT AND GESSO WALL BRACKETS, each with shaped shelf, and cartouche front, supported by a cherub amongst scrolling foliage, 16” (41cm) high. (2) €200 - 300 406 A FINE FRENCH BRONZE AND ROUGE MARBLE MANTLE CLOCK, modelled with two classical women, supporting a rouge marble sphere aloft surmounted with a cherub holding an oval gilt brass portrait in his right hand, a drape in his left hand, the dial with Roman numerals, the two bronze women standing on a shaped rouge marble base, on four ormolu lion paw feet, 26” (66cm) high. (1) €2,500 - 3,000


408 A GEORGIAN STYLE WHITE AND COLOURED MARBLE FIREPLACE, the double breakfront shelf above a paneled frieze, the central panel with five rosettes interlaced and two orange bands to either side, raised on conforming jambs with conforming panels and large circular carved rosette, 47” “(119cm) high, 63” (160cm) wide. (1) €1,000 - 1,500

409 A VERY FINE IRISH GEORGIAN STYLE SPIRAL-REEDED BRASS-BOUND PEAT BUCKET, with two brass bands and two oval carrying handles, the interior with two handled brass liner, 26” (66cm) high. (1) €1,800 - 2,200

401 A BRASS BOUND OAK TANTALUS, inset with four square decanters, all as is, 14.5” (37cm) wide. (1) €80 - 100 402 A SMALL CHIPPENDALE STYLE MAHOGANY OCCASIONAL TABLE, with circular gadroon moulded top, raised on cabriole legs, with ball n claw feet, 23” (58cm). (1) €70 - 120 403 AN EDWARDIAN CARVED WALNUT HALL CHAIR, the back panel carved with scrolling foliage, above a solid seat, on front turned legs. (1) €80 - 120 404 A VERY UNUSUAL CHIPPENDALE STYLE MAHOGANY SETTEE, with scroll arms and padded back over a cushion seat, the frieze carved with foliage raised on four carved lion paw feet, 70” (178cm) wide. (1) €300 - 400





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413 A PAIR OF VERY ORNATE CHINESE CARVED CHERRYWOOD ARMCHAIRS, formed with interlaced dragons, with faux ivory eyes, the arms with dragon head terminals, above a serpentine fronted and Greek key moulded solid seat, raised on front cabriole legs, headed with dragon masks. (2) €900 - 1,000

415 A PAIR OF COPELAND PARIAN BUSTS, “Comedy” and “Tragedy”, by T. Copeland and Sons 1875, after R.J. Morris, each 13.25” (34cm) high, on turned socle. (2) €650 - 700

410 AFTER JOHN FREDERICK HERRING SNR. “Fore’s National Sport”, four large coloured hunting prints, plate one “Saddling”, plate two “The False Start”, plate three, “The Running”, plate four “Returning to Weigh”, each in Hogarth style frame, 26” (66cm) x 46” (117cm). (4) €1,000 - 1,200 411 A FINE CARVED MARBLE GROUP, modelled with a young girl holding a King Charles spaniel in her arms, raised on a circular base, 29” (74cm). (1) €2,000 - 2,200 412 FOLLOWER OF JAN DIRKSZ BOTH, “Figures by River Bank with Boats”, O.O.C., 14” (35cm) x 19” (48cm), in ornate parcel gilt birds eye maple frame, and its companion, “Riverside Castle Ruin with Mountains Beyond”, a pair. (2) €1,500 - 2,500




414 GIUSEPPE MAZZOLINI (1806-1876), “Peaceful Slumber” depicting woman looking over her infant in a cradle, O.O.C., signed verso and inscribed Roma 1868, 48” (97cm)h x 28” (70cm);, and it’s companion “Maternal Cares”, depicting a woman holding an infant on a window sill, O.O.C., a pair, both signed inscribed and dated verso, in attractive gilt frame. N.B. Apparently the artist painted several versions of these two subjects in various sizes. €2500 - 3500



417 A VERY FINE GEORGE IV PERIOD MAHOGANY AND EBONY INLAID SIDE BOARD, of triple breakfront outline, the rectangular top with three-quarter gallery, over two central frieze drawers, flanked to either side with two cupboard doors, one on a pivot and swinging out with three bottle compartments, the right hand cupboard with a clever secret compartment behind the pivoted door with a spring release, revealing a drawer with spring action, the drawer with six bottle compartment and a vacant compartment, probably for special vintages, each inlaid with a series of arches in the Gothic style, inlaid with ebony, and each flanked with reeded scroll corbels, and raised on turned and ebony parcel legs, with front brass lion paw feet, 98” (249cm) wide. (1) €1,500 - 2,500

423 EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY IRISH SCHOOL, CIRCLE OF ADAM BUCK (17591833), “Portrait of a Young Boy”, depicted with a jacket and lace collar, and its companion, another younger boy holding hat in hands, each O.O.C., 8” (20cm) x 7” (18cm). (2) €250 - 350

427 A PAIR OF VERY ATTRACTIVE CAST BRASS WALL LIGHT, each in the Adam’s style with ribbon bow crest, and an unusual bracket formed with drapes and tassels and scrolling foliage, issuing two arms, each with two fluted scrolling leaf cast branches and cast leaf scroll spandrels, 42” (107cm) high, 24” (61cm) wide. (2) €1,000 - 1,500

424 FOLLOWER OF FRANCOIS BOUCHER (1703-1770), “Allegory of Music” and “Allegory of Art”, both with cherubs, a pair, O.O.P., 11” (28cm) x 9” (22cm). (2) €500 - 550

418 A SARCOPHAGUS-SHAPED WILLIAM IV PERIOD CALAMANDER-WOOD TEA CADDY, the rectangular moulded top opening to reveal two lidded canisters and a glass mixing bowl, probably associated with tapering body, raised on four legs with bun feet, 13” (33cm). (1) €280 - 350 419 A PAIR OF GRAND TOUR SERPENTINE GREEN MARBLE MODELS OF THE MOLOSSIAN HOUNDS, OR JENNINGS DOGS, 19th century, 7” (17cm). (2) €250 - 300 420 A PAIR OF NINETEENTH CENTURY BRONZE AND GILT BRONZE CANDELABRA, each in the form of a flamingo, supporting two leaf cast arms, and a centre light, raised on a rugged base, 16.5” (42cm). (1) €180 - 250 421 AN UNUSUAL ANGLO-INDIAN CARVED WILLIAM IV PERIOD JARDINIERE STAND, in the form of a table, the circular top profusely carved with fruit and flowering plants, on a leaf carved baluster stem, and circular tongue and dart moulded base, with lion paw feet, 14” (36cm) high, 11” (28cm) wide. (1) €100 - 150 422 A VERY RARE PAIR OF NINETEENTH CENTURY IRISH BELLEEK HAND AND BASKET VASES, the basket moulded with weave and flowers, and an arched handle with blue ribbon bow, the band with blue bead bangle, on an oval floral moulded base, each with Victorian triangular registration mark, 8” (10cm). (1) Please Note: Reference Page 152, D 1671/1, ‘Belleek: the Complete Collectors Guide and Illustration Reference’, Second Edition by Richard K. Degenhardt, which illustrates an almost identical basket in hand, with an exception of the arched handle being a spiral twist handle instead of a ribbon bow. (2) €400 - 500

425 428 425 A GOOD VICTORIAN SARCOPHAGUS SHAPED MAHOGANY CELLARETTE, the hinged cover opening to reveal a vacant interior, on a rectangular tapering body applied with a carved rustic vine mount, on a plinth base, 27” (68cm) high. (1) €800 - 900

428 A PAIR OF ROYAL DOULTON FIGURES, one modelled as a man drinking from a ewer, the other a girl with her left arm leaning on a shovel, each standing on a tree stump, attractively coloured, each in local costume, 15.5” (39cm). (1) €250 - 350

426 A LARGE RECTANGULAR CERAMIC PURE BUTTER STAND, 11” (28cm) high, 13.25” (34cm) wide. (1) €80 - 150

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434 A VERY FINE IRISH GEORGIAN STYLE SPIRAL REEDED BRASS BOUND PEAT BUCKET, with two brass bands and two oval carrying handles, the interior with two handled brass liner, 26” (66cm) high. (1) €1,800 - 2,200 435 A PAIR OF LARGE PORCELAIN LIDDED VASES OR URNS, each in the Sevres style, decorated in transfer with classical figures and landscapes, applied with two gilt handles, the powder blue ground with gilt sprays, on a square plinth, 38” (97cm) high. (1) €200 - 300 436 A PAIR OF GERMAN BISQUE FIGURES, early twentieth century, “Jack and Jill”, depicting a young man with two water pails, and a young woman carrying similar vessels, each on rugged base, 20” (51cm) high. (2) €70 - 120

429 429 AN ATTRACTIVE BRASS SINGLE FUSEE SKELETON CLOCK, the circular dial with Roman numerals, on rectangular moulded base, under a glass dome, 16” (41cm) high overall. (1) €500 - 550 430 ATTRIBUTED TO THOMAS BARKER OF BATH, (1769-1847), “Peasant Boy”, depicted with a nest of birds seated on a rock by an old barn in a landscape with dog, O.O.C., 38” (97cm) x 48” (122cm), in attractive moulded gilt frame. (1) €3,500 - 5,000


437 A FINE PAIR OF HEAVY BRONZE AND GILT BRONZE ORNAMENTAL EWERS, each in the Neoclassical style, with a central band of classical cherubs, the vase-shaped body with a singular leaf-cast scroll handle, surmounted with a goat, on a square fluted stem with concave corners, 20” (51cm). (2) €150 - 250

433 A VERY FINE VICTORIAN BRASS BOUND CALAMANDER WOOD GAMES COMPENDIUM, the fitted interior with various compartments enclosing a fold-out chess and draughts board, further holes for a horse racing game, with carved bone and stained chess, draughts and backgammon pieces in bone, on a lift out tray, with gilt brass cribbage board, and lead figures with jockeys on horses, a leather bound dice cup, various die, bazick markers and two whist markers, stamped Luchars, 38 & 39 Pickadilli London, 13” (33cm) wide. (1) €1,100 - 1,500

438 A PAIR OF TALL SILVER PLATED CONE SHAPED VASES, each with flared and pierced neck, on a tapering fluted body with circular foot, 15” (38cm) high. (2) €80 - 120


431 HENRY ALBERT HARTLAND (1840-1893), “A View in Cumberland with Figures by a Stream”, W.C., signed lower right and dated ‘78, 15.5” (39cm) x 25” (63cm). (1) €1,200 - 1,600 432 A PAIR OF VERY UNUSUAL AND ATTRACTIVE CONTINENTAL TERRACOTTA WALL FIGURES, one in the form of a peasant woman and the other a peasant man holding material, both mounted on an oval panel, each 10” (26cm) high, 11” (28cm), excluding panel. (2) €750 - 800




439 A FINE IRISH WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY SERVING TABLE, the arched back rail with carved crest, depicting an arm holding a sword, within a cartouche, and two arched ends, each with a rosette, above an inverted breakfront top, with two concealed frieze drawers, raised on front leaf carved cabriole supports with pilasters to the rear, raised on two moulded plinths, each with four bun feet, 71” (180cm). (1) €1,200 - 1,800 440 AN EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY CHEVAL FIRE SCREEN, with bead tapestry panel, under a gallery top, and raised on four splayed legs, 50” (126cm) high x 25” (64cm) wide. (1) €150 - 200 441 ATTRIBUTED TO GAVIN MORTON (18671954) AND G.K. ROBINSON, A VERY LARGE AND RARE DONEGAL CARPET c.1900, arts and crafts, the three colour green ground with budding stylised flowers, with spots of red and blue inside a conforming border, with similar stylised flower heads, united by leaf sprays, inside six smaller bands, 19ft2 (584cm)l x 14ft (427cm)w. (1) €7,000 - 11,000 See illustration on page 36 442 JOHN R. BRUNSDON, three coloured lithographs, each signed, inscribed, dated and numbered, the first “Landscape Two”, number 12/50, dated 1962, 18” (46cm) x 24” (61cm); “Blue Water”, signed and dated 1963, number 14/50, 19” (48cm) x 25” (64cm), and “Death” number 29/50, signed and dated 1962, 24” (61cm) x 18” (46cm). (3) €150 - 250 444 FRANCIS WILLIAM TOPHAM (1808-1877) R.A O.W.S., “A Crofters Cottage”, depicting old woman and skillet over an open fire, W.C., signed lower right, 11.5” (29cm) x 18.5” (47cm). (1) €400 - 600 445 A COLLECTION OF NINETEENTH CENTURY IRISH SCHOOL FAMILY PORTRAITS, depicting members of the Blood and Adam’s Families, including two of Billy Adam’s Willbrooke, Co. Clare, another of Anne Blood, and another female portrait and three other male portraits, all half length, O.O.C., approximately 12” (30cm) x 10” (25cm), all in gilt frames. (6) €200 - 300

446 A VERY FINE LATE VICTORIAN MAHOGANY DINING TABLE, with four spare leaves, the moulded top with canted corners, raised on four turned and fluted legs, with centre support leg, 12ft4 (375cm) x 4ft8 (142cm). (1) €1,200 - 1,800 447 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS, comprising three Oriental pipes; a bamboo pen rest; a pair of faux ivory and ebonised salad spoons; a painted wooden mask; a rectangular Indian painted decorated lacquer pen box; a turned wooden nutmeg grater with steel pins; a small African figure, probably cow horn; a marble bath, after the antique with lion masks; and a twentieth century carved African tribal group, modelled with woman and child on rugged base, 9” (74cm). (a lot) €100 - 200 448 A VERY UNUSUAL VICTORIAN MAHOGANY DUMB WAITER COME SPARE LEAF CUPBOARD, by William Turner & Son, Cabinet Manufacturers and Upholsterers, 14&16 Islington Liverpool, the rectangular moulded top, with three-quarter scroll gallery, on pierced and carved openwork C-scroll standards, the moulded top above two frieze drawers and three arched mock cupboard doors below, flanked to the right side with a cupboard, opening to reveal six slotted compartments for table leaves, with label, 55” (130cm) high, 62” (158cm) wide. (1) €450 - 650 449 A HEAVY RENAISSANCE STYLE HEAVY BRONZE INKPOT, modelled with three caryatids, supporting an urn and cover with eagle surmounted, 6” (15cm). €150 - 250 450 A VERY FINE SET OF TWELVE (10+2) MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, each arch back with three splats, each arch with chained bell flowers, and each fluted splat with a half round rosette and conforming rosettes below, above a wide stuff-over seat, raised on square tapering fluted legs. (12) €1,200 - 1,800 451 FRANK MCKELVIN R.H.A R.U.A. (1895-1974), “Portrait of a Gentleman” presented to A.H.R. Ball, Esq., O.B.E. M.A. F.R.S.E, Principle 19481960, O.O.C., signed lower right, inscribed on brass plaque, 29.5” (75cm) x 24” (61cm). (1) €700 - 1,100

452 BRIAN MAGUIRE (B.1951), “Cat”, mixed media on paper, signed and inscribed lower left, 22” (56cm) x 30” (76cm). (1) €1,200 - 1,600 453 A VERY FINE REGENCY PERIOD GILTWOOD CONVEX GIRANDOLE, the top crested with an eagle with outstretched wings, perched on an urn above a lion mask, issuing a festoon of glass buttons, on two mythical sea horses, in a leaf moulded frame, around a concave plate, issuing two candle arms above a carved apron, 5ft (153cm) high x 42” (107cm) wide approx. (1) €1,500 - 2,000 454 A PAIR OF GEORGE III INLAID MAHOGANY KNIFE BOXES, each sloped top inlaid with an oval partriae and a garland of bell flowers, above a serpentine front with hanging swags, 13.5” (35cm) high, 8.5” (22cm) wide. (2) €600 - 800 455 AFTER H.W STANDING, a pair of attractive coloured coaching prints, “An Afternoon Drive”, and “Going to the Meet”, London published 1901, by C.E. Clifford Hay Market London, 18.5” (47cm) x 33.25” (84cm). (1) €200 - 300 456 A CIRCULAR VICTORIAN STYLE MAHOGANY CENTRE TABLE, with circular specimen marble top, inlaid in geometric patterns, around a panel of squares, with various specimen marbles, on a carved base, with leaf carved baluster stem and leaf carved tripod base, raised on large ball-n-claw feet, 30” (76cm) wide. (1) €2,000 - 3,000 457 A GOOD EARLY VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD THREE-TIER WHATNOT, with floral marquetry, the top shelf with threequarter gallery and urn finials, the lower shelf with a drawer, raised on baluster turned supports and conforming legs, 44” (112cm) x 22” (56cm). (1) €400 - 450





458 A FINE FRENCH BOULLE AND ORMOLU-MOUNTED BRACKET CLOCK, late nineteenth century, the case surmounted with cherub above a mask crest, a brass inlaid tortoise shell case, with a circular brass dial, with raised enamel Roman numerals and Arabic numerals to the chapter, the glazed front applied with an eagle with outstretched wings, perched on a cartouche with scrolling foliage, raised on leaf cast scroll legs, on a conforming bracket, with female masks and pineapple terminal, 46” (117cm) high, 19” (48cm) wide. (1) €1,500 - 2,500 459 A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN INLAID MAHOGANY SIDE OR BEDROOM CHAIRS, each with a pierced centre splat above a padded seat, on square tapering front legs. (1) €80 - 120 460 GUSTAVE DORE (1832-1883), a set of six steel engravings, comprising “Triumphal entry into Jerusalem”, 33” (84cm) x 43” (109cm), published by Fareless and Beeforth, for the Dore Gallery, 1882 and signed G. Dore and A Francois, in oak frame, The Triumph of Christianity over Paganism, 36.5” (91cm) x 24.75” (63.5cm), again published by Fareless and Beeforth, for the Dore gallery 1880, signed G. Dore and H.K. Bourne, “Dream of Pilots Wife” 33 (84cm) x 43 (109cm), published by Fareless and Beeforth for the Dore Gallery 1879, signed Dore and Francois, “Christian Marchers in the Coliseum, 33” (84cm) x 43” (109cm), published by Fareless and Beefort 1870, for the Dore Gallery, signed G. Dore and H. Bourne, “Christ Living the Praetorium” 44” (112cm) x 50” (127cm), published by Fareless and Beeforth, for the Dore Gallery London 1872, signed G. Dore and H. Bourne, “A Scene Showing Procession with Cross, Crusader Scene” 33 (84cm) x 43” (109cm), published by published by Fareless and Beeforth, for the Dore Gallery London 1881, signed G. Dore and H. Bourne, each in oak frame. (6) Provenance: originally at Lissadell House, Co. Sligo, €700 - 1,200 461 A GEORGE III STYLE MAHOGANY BOOK CANTERBURY, the rectangular moulded top above six book compartments, on an X-shaped frame and turned legs, united by a turned X-shaped stretcher, 34” (87cm) x 37.5” (95cm). (1) €430 - 470




462 A GEORGIAN PERIOD INLAID AND CROSSBANDED MAHOGANY BUREAU BOOKCASE, the moulded cornice above two Gothic glazed doors, each with triple-arch top, the slope front opening to reveal a nicely fitted interior, with drawers, pigeon hole compartments, secret compartments and a central cupboard, above four long graduating drawers and raised on bracket feet, 52.(133cm) high, 40.5” (103cm) wide. (1) €400 - 600 463 A VERY LONG NINETEENTH CENTURY IRISH PINE PLANK-TOP KITCHEN TABLE, with plain frieze, raised on square legs, approximately 10ft (303cm) long, 29” (74cm) wide. (1) €1200-1600 See illustration on page 40

467 AN ARCHAIC STYLE CHINESE BRONZE BOWL, chased with a phoenix amongst scrolling foliage, and a stylised dragon, under a Greek key band, under a stem foot, and a five-character mark within a dragon and phoenix in relief, 10.5” (27cm) high. (1) €300 - 500

475 A DARK RED GROUND PERSIAN PRAYER RUG, the burgundy ground with urn and flowers, flanked to either side with column, headed with an urn and two ivory spandrels, inside a triple band blue and ivory border, 4ft8 (147cm) x 3ft 2 (97cm). (1) €100 - 150

468 A NINETEENTH CENTURY GILT OVERMANTEL MIRROR, the frame moulded with scrolling foliage, around a rectangular mirror plate, 44” (112cm) high, 5ft (152cm) wide. (1) €200 - 300 469 A SMALL REFECTORY STYLE OAK OCCASIONAL TABLE, of rectangular form, raised on leaf carved reeded legs, united by a spiral reeded stretcher, on plank feet, 33.5” (85cm) wide. (1) €200 - 300 470 A PAIR OF VERY HEAVY FOUR-BRANCH FIVE-LIGHT SILVER-PLATE CANDELABRA, each with scrolling reeded arms, with leaf cast collars, on a tapering two-stage stem and quatrefoil bases, 16” (40cm); together with a pair of small brass candlesticks, 10” (26cm). (4) €80 - 150

464 464 AFTER FRANCOIS RUDE (1784-1855), bronze group, “Le Jeune Pêcheur Neapolitain Jouant avec une Tortue”, 10.5” (27cm) high. (1) €200 - 300 465 A REGENCY PERIOD INLAID MAHOGNAY DINING ROOM ARMCHAIR, with shaped back and leaf scroll cross-rail above a drop-in seat on front sabre legs. (1) €100 - 200 466 LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY CONTINENTAL SCHOOL IN THE MEDIEVAL STYLE, depicting figures, some on horseback, and dogs in an interior, O.O.C., 23” (58cm) x 33” (84cm). (1) €100 - 200


471 A NINETEENTH CENTURY MAHOGANY AND OAK BANDED CANDLE BOX, of tapering form, 19” (49cm)h; together with a set of snooker and pool balls and three billiard balls, each in original case, British made by Crystalate; and a modern Russian style icon, with white metal backing depicting Madonna and Child. (4) €80 - 120 472 NINETEENTH CENTURY ITALIAN SCHOOL, F.H.R. “Coastal Town with Fisherfolk on a Beech”, watercolour, signed with initials F.H.R., lower right, 14.5” (37cm) x 25” (60cm). (1) €350 - 450 473 AN ATTRACTIVE PERSIAN TABRIZ RUG, with centre ivory medallion, on an all-over floral pattern, iron red ground, with fawn spandrels, inside a light blue border and small bands, 6ft6 (198cm) x 4ft 10 (148cm). (1) €200 - 300 474 A BOKHARA STYLE BURGUNDY GROUND RUNNER, with a row of octagons, inside a multiband border, 11ft5” (347cm) x 3ft (92cm). (1) €200 - 300


476 A VERY ATTRACTIVE LATE NINETEENTH OR EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY HALL LANTERN, the leaf embossed top of baluster shaped decagonal form, with thirty glazed panels, 30” (76cm) high approximately. (1) €500 - 700 477 A BRASS MOUNTED OCCASIONAL TABLE, twentieth century, with cruciform-shaped top, inside a brass border, raised on four cabriole legs, united by a stretcher shelf with pierced brass gallery, 18” (46cm). (1) €140 - 180 478 A REGENCY STYLE GILT THREE COMPARTMENT OVERMANTLE, of inverted breakfront outline, above a frieze with chains of bell flowers, hanging from ribbon bows, in relief and three bevelled mirror panels, flanked to either side with fluted columns, with Corinthian capitals, 42” (107cm)h x 50” (127cm)w. (1) €200 - 300


489 A FINE PAIR OF NINETEENTH CENTURY GILT WALL MIRRORS, each crested with a ribbon bow and an urn, issuing hanging bell flowers to either side, the bead and star moulded frame with an oval mirror plate, and conforming terminal, 37” (94cm) high, 19” (48cm) wide. (1) €500 - 800

479 A FINE RARE FRENCH SOUFLETO DECORATED AND PARCEL GILT UPRIGHT PIANO, number 6873, decorated in the Neocassical style, the moulded hinged top, above a panel depicting musical cherubs, flanked to either side with a gilt panel decorated with scrolling foliage and flanked with two fluted Doric type pilasters, the 46” (117cm) wide keyboard with two candle panels, and a further decorated rectangular panel below, with scrolling foliage and floral swags, flanked to either side with two parcel gilt spiral fluted vase shaped columns, and conforming rear pilasters on a inverted breakfront plinth, each side with two parcel gilt panels, and ornate wreath cast brass carrying handles, probably an exhibition piece, 49” (125cm) high, 58” (147cm) wide. (1) €800 - 1,500

490 A FINE IRISH MAHOGANY LONGCASE CLOCK late 18th century by David Gordon, Dublin, the unusual circular brass dial with Roman and Arabic numerals, around a circular panel with subsidiary dial for seconds and date aperture, signed on the ribbon band, the shaped hood with three brass ball finials above an arched and paneled trunk door, on a moulded box base with bracket feet, 90” (229cm) high, 18” (46cm) wide. (1) €800 - 1,200

480 A VICTORIAN EBONISED AND BRASS MOUNTED CREDENZA, of breakfront outline, applied with porcelain panels, each within a gilt brass frame, the centre door with an oval portrait plaque and crested with a ribbon bow in brass, inside a moulded brass frame and cross banding, and two bowed glazed doors to either side, raised on a breakfront plinth, 39.5” (100cm) high, 5ft (152cm) wide. (1) €800 - 1,100 481 A GEORGE III PERIOD MAHOGANY BUREAU BOOKCASE, the swan neck pediment above an inlaid frieze with shells and patriae and two astral glazed doors, the slope front opening to reveal a nicely fitted interior with stepped drawers, inlaid cupboard centre, pigeon hole compartments and secret compartments above an arrangement of three long and two short drawers and raised on ogee bracket feet, 43” (110cm) wide. (1) €600 - 1,100 482 A VICTORIAN IRISH PROVINCIAL LONG CASE CLOCK, the circular dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary dial for seconds, signed D. Rice Mallow, under an arched hood and a shaped trunk door, raised on a moulded box base, 78” (198cm) high, 18.5” (47cm) wide. (1) €500 - 700 483 A GEORGE III PERIOD BOW-FRONTED AND MARQUETRY INLAID SIDEBOARD, with kingwood cross-banding, the top inlaid with lion masks and hanging swags, above an arrangement of one long and two short drawers and a large cellar drawer with two mock drawer fronts, and an arched knee hole centre with shell inlaid spandrels and raised on square tapering spade legs, 5ft (152cm) wide. (1) €1,200 - 1,400

491 A MAHOGANY WING BACK ARMCHAIR, with outward curved elbow rests, cushion seat raised on front square tapering legs. (1) €200 - 300 492 BERRISFORD HILL (BRITISH B.1930), ‘The Winner’s Enclosure, Cheltenham’, O.O.C., 28” (71cm) x 39” (99cm). (1) €800 - 1,500

489 484 AN UNUSUAL CHINESE MOTHER O’ PEARL INLAID AND CHERRY WOOD TABLE CUPBOARD, with an arrangement of drawers and doors, inlaid in the Chinoiserie style in mother-o-pearl, raised on a rectangular fixed plinth base, with shaped legs, 18” (46cm) high, 16” (41cm) wide. (1) €500 - 600 486 A PAIR OF JAPANESE IMARI VASES, with flared ripple neck, decorated with figures on balconies and chrysanthemums, on red ground 15” (38cm). (2) €300 - 350 488 A GEORGIAN STYLE RECTANGULAR MAHOGANY SILVER TABLE, with shaped gallery, above a frieze drawer, raised on four cabriole legs with pad feet, 35” (89cm) wide. (1) €300 - 500


493 A CHELSEA PORCELAIN PICKLE DISH, of leaf form, old anchor mark, c.1765, decorated with exotic birds and insects, inside a gilt border, and applied with a sprig handle, raised on three leaf butt legs, 5” (12.5cm) wide. (1) €250 - 350


494 494 A VERY ATTRACTIVE TWELVE PIECE DRESDEN PORCELAIN MONKEY BAND OR ORCHESTRA, each figure playing a different instrument, including a conductor and vocalist, in attractive polychrome collars, approximately 7” (17cm) the tallest. (12) €1,300 - 1,500

498 A SQUARE 19TH CENTURY KILLARNEY YEW WOOD AND MARQUETRY BOX, the moulded top with sprays of shamrocks, rose and thistle, opening to reveal a vacant interior, 9.5” (24cm) square. (1) €200 - 300

495 A GOOD GEORGIAN AND CROSS-BANDED MAHOGANY CHEST, with three long and two short drawers, under a moulded top and raised on bracket feet, 39” (100cm). (1) €300 - 400

499 AN UNUSUAL SET OF EIGHTEEN JAPANESE COLOURED OVERPAINTED PRINTS, depicting various river landscapes, Mount Fuji and other scenes, each in uniform moulded wooden frame, 11.5” (29cm) x 4.5” (11cm). (18) €200 - 300

496 A FINE 19TH CENTURY KILLARNEY YEW WOOD AND MARQUETRY BOOK STAND, the top inlaid with a harp and shamrock sprays, the folding ends each inlaid with an abbey ruin and further shamrock, 15.5” (39cm) wide. (1) €100 - 200

500 A FINE FRENCH SECRETAIRE-ABATTANT CHARLES X PERIOD (c.1830), with white marble top and pierced brass gallery, above a long drawer and paneled drop front with brass mouldings, opening to reveal a tooled leather writing surface, and an arrangement of twelve drawers, all alphabetically labelled, with three long drawers below, all flanked with fluted brass columns, and conforming pilasters to the rear, raised on vase-shaped and turned brass-mounted legs, 59” (150cm) high, 38” (96cm) wide. (1) €600 - 900

497 A 19TH CENTURY VICTORIAN KILLARNEY YEW WOOD AND MARQUETRY BOX, the hinged cover inlaid with scrolling shamrocks and a centre panel with an abbey ruin, the hinged cover opening to reveal a vacant interior, the underside inlaid with a harp issuing shamrock sprays, 8” (20cm) wide. (1) €200 - 300

501 AN EARLY VICTORIAN GRAINED ROSEWOOD AND EBONISED THREE-TIER WHATNOT, with 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) €250 - 300




An example of the O’Connell crest found on a pair of dueling pistols sold in 2010, and also an example from the Daniel O’Connell tray lot 504



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502 AN EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY ENGLISH PORCELAIN JUG, probably Davenport, of unusual large size, profusely decorated with colourful flowers, the neck with a band of scrolling vines in relief and conforming moulded handle, 13” (33cm) high, 15” (38cm) wide, now in a glazed wooden display case; together with a letter from Daniel O’Connell to Ms. McCarthy of 62 Dawson Street, in which he refers to the purchase of an item believed to be the jug, both letters framed. (3) Provenance: From the collection of The Liberator - Daniel O’Connell. A manuscript letter from Jane Delahoyde, widow of the late doctor Delahoyde, Drogheda, states that the jug was presented to Daniel O’Connell while he was in prison. She further states that her late friend, Mr. Joseph Dunne, received it from O’Connell after their release from prison. She had often seen the jug at Mr. Dunne’s house during the lifetime of O’Connell and heard of its history. It was purchased at the auction of Mr. Dunne’s effects upon his departure to Australia. She also remarks on the deep crack to the base which was caused by boiling water being poured into it. The letter signed and dated 23rd January 1900, is also signed by a witness. The original signed manuscript letter offered with the jug. €2,000 - 3,000 See illustration on page 42 503 NINETEENTH CENTURY IRISH SCHOOL, “Daniel O’Connell, The Liberator”, pencil sketch, depicted seated by a desk holding a book in his right hand and a bag in his left; together with signed original signature inscribed ‘Your Faithful and Obedient Servant Daniel O’Connell’, in manuscript, 11.5” (29cm) x 9” (23cm). (1) €400 - 500 504 THE DANIEL O’CONNELL SILVER CRESTED SALVER, A LARGE HEAVY CHASED SILVER SALVER, by Richard Sawyer of Dublin 1839, the centre engraved with the Daniel O’Connell crest, inside a wide band of C scrolls and scrolling foliage, and a pierced cast border with scrolling vines and flowers, raised o three heavy cast leaf scroll legs, 18.5” (47cm), 2100g approx. in heavy fitted oak case. (1) €5,000 - 7,000 See illustration on page 41 505 AFTER JOHN HOGAN (1800-1858), a fine plaster bust of Daniel O’Connell, 33” (84cm)h x 21” (53cm)w, on conforming pedestal with octagonal plinth, 41” (104cm) high, 74” (188cm) wide overall. (2) €2,000 - 3,000 See illustration on page 42


506 DANIEL O’CONNELL, black and white portrait print taken in the Richmond Bridewell, centenary print, freeman’s journal Thursday August 5th 1875, in an unusual cork frame, 16.5” (42cm)h x 12” (31cm)W. (1) €250 - 350​ See illustration on page 42 ​ 07 5 ATTRIBUTED TO NICHOLAS JOSEPH CROWLEY (1819-1857), “Daniel O’Connell”, a large portrait, depicted seated in an interior wearing a dark double breasted jacket and white bow tie, with a landscape beyond through the window, O.O.C., 64” (137cm) x 41” (104cm). (1) €2,000 - 3,000 See illustration on page 43 508 AN ATTRACTIVE VICTORIAN BOOKCASE, the upper section with a dentil-moulded cornice, above three arched and glazed doors, each with eight glazed panels, on a conforming base, with three arched solid panel doors, and raised on bracket feet, 63” (160cm). (1) €1,500 - 1,800

514 A BRASS AND GLASS OIL LAMP, with glass see-through reservoir, frosted and clear glass bulbous shade, raised on a reeded brass stem, and black ceramic circular base, 25.5 “ (65cm). (1) €70 - 120 515 SIX ATTRACTIVE NAPLES PORCELAIN GROUPS, two modeled with vagrants seated on park benches, together with “The Cobbler and his Daughter”; a similar cobbler group; “Grandmother and Grandfather with Infant”; and one other with grandmother reading a book to an infant, the largest, 10” (26cm) x 11” (28cm). (6) €180 - 250 516 AN OAK CASED BRACKET CLOCK, with square brass dial and Roman numerals, the case of architectural design, with a arched pediment, with egg and dart moulding, on a conforming and moulded base, with bracket feet, 15” (38cm) high, 11” (28cm) wide. (1) €340 - 380

509 A DEMI LUNE SATINWOOD SIDE TABLE, with rosewood banding, the top decorated with sprays of flowers and a central fan, above a conforming decorated frieze raised on square tapering spade legs, 41” (104cm) wide. (1) €200 - 400 510 A COMPREHENSIVE LIMOGE PORCELAIN DINNER SERVICE, comprising twenty eight 9.75” dinner plates, each white with a gilt and royal blue rim; together with a set of ten matching soup or pudding bowls, twelve supper plates, fourteen side plates, four oval platters, three circular platters, a large salad bowl, two oval vegetable tureens and covers, a large oval soup tureen and cover, and a pair of boat shaped sauce tureens, each on fixed stands. (approximately 77) €600 - 800 512 A SET OF ELEVEN VICTORIAN MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, each with a pierced and shaped top rail above a serpentine-fronted padded seat, raised on front cabriole legs. (11) €500 - 800 513 A VERY LARGE LATE VICTORIAN TELESCOPIC MAHOGANY DINING TABLE, with Joseph Fitter patent mechanism, the associated softwood and grained top with seven leaves, raised on five carved square tapering legs, each with a double wheel castor, extending to 15ft2 (185cm) long x 39” (114cm) wide. (1) €2,000 - 2,500


517 AN ATTRACTIVE FRENCH BRASS CARRIAGE CLOCK, with five glaze panels and a swing handle, above a circular dial with Arabic numerals, within cutglass filigree frame, with scrolling foliage and raised on four bracket feet, 4.5” (7cm). (1) €250 - 280 518 A VERY HEAVY CAST IRON WALL CREST FOR THE ROYAL IRISH CONSTABULARY, O.R.M., the centre panel with harp and scrolling shamrocks, and crested with royal crown, 15” (38cm). (1) €150 - 200


519 A BELLEEK TEAPOT, with coral handle and cover, third period 19261946, 11” (28cm) high. (1) €100 - 150 520 A DECORATED GRASS-PATTERN RELIEFMOULDED BELLEEK TEAPOT, first period, 1863-1890, and a second period Belleek basket weave coffee mug, with shamrock sprays, 1891-1926. (1) €350 - 400 521 A SECOND PERIOD BELLEEK ABERDEEN JUG VASE, c.1891-1926, encrusted with flowers and shamrock sprays, 6” (15cm) high. (1) €180 - 220


525 525 GEORGES VAN DER STRAETEN (1856-1928), a gilt bronze bust, “Woman, head and Shoulders”, signed with Societe Des Bronzes De Paris medal verso, 18.5” (47cm) high. (1) €550 - 600 526 A HEAVY CAST BRONZE HALL DOOR KNOCKER, in the form of an eagle’s head, with leaf cast knocker, 10” (26cm) high approx. (1) €450 - 500


522 A FINE BRASS THEODOLITE, with instructions for use and adjustment details, V300 series by Cooke Troughton and Simms, York England, in tri-form base, 13.5” (34cm) high. (1) €380 - 420

529 THE ANTIQUE LUDOVISI MARS, modelled as a man seated on a rock with shield and sword, left foot resting on a helmet, with a cherub by his right foot, 8” (20cm) high. (1) €150 - 250

527 AN ATTRACTIVE FRENCH BRASS FIVE GLASS CARRIAGE CLOCK, in the Gothic style, with swing handle and openwork bands, the corners with turned and fluted pilasters, raised on bun feet, 5.5” (14cm). (1) €200 - 300

523 JEAN-JULES SALMSON (1823- 1902), a large bronze figure, modelled as a man possibly Shakespeare, with his left hand resting on a ship anchor, signed under the anchor, 35” (63cm). (1) €3,000 - 5,000 524 A DIAMOND PORCELAIN GROUP, modelled with classical figures and cow with garlands of flowers, and three semi-nude figures with basket of flowers, 8.5” (22cm). (1) €550 - 600

528 AN INDIAN BRASS CIRCULAR STAND, with a matching bowl and bead and leaf decoration, 7” (17cm) diameter. (2) €100 - 150


530 [AFTER MASSIN ILLANO SOLDANI-BENZ (1656-1740), “The Knife Grinder”, bronze, 7.5” (19cm) x 7.5” (19cm). (1) €200 - 300



531 A PAIR OF MARY GREGORY STYLE GREEN GLASS VASES, one decorated with a young girl, the other with a young boy, 11” (28m). (2) €150 - 200 532 A SECOND PERIOD BELLEEK (1891-1926) DECORATED HONEY POT, in the form of a bee hive with domed cover, decorated with shamrock sprays and bees, on three rustic legs, 6.25” (16cm). (1) €300 - 350 533 A BRONZE FIGURE OF APOLLO, O.R.M., semi-draped holding a bow and a quiver of arrows hanging from his shoulder, resting on a tree stump, with serpent on limestone base, 17” (43cm) high. (1) €180 - 250 534 AN OLD BRASS BIRDCAGE AUTOMATON, with singing bird, perched in a cage with dome top, 12” (30cm). (1) €200 - 300 535 A 19TH CENTURY FRENCH PORCELAIN VASE, with two gilt dragon handles, on a cobalt blue ground, decorated in gilt with birds, insects and scrolling foliage, on stem base and plinth, 22.5” (57cm). (2) €300 - 350 536 A MAJOLLICA BASKET LEAF AND FLOWER MOULDED JARDINIERE, polychrome with matching stand, 8”(20cm). (1) €280 - 320 537 A LARGE BURGUNDY GROUND PERSIAN MASHAD CARPET, with centre circular star medallion on a burgundy ground with all-over floral sprays, inside a multiband border and conforming spandrels, 12ft11 (394cm) x 9ft (289cm). (1) €450 - 550 538 A BURGUNDY GROUND TABRIZ CARPET, with centre oval medallion and larger outer medallion, with all-over floral pattern and ivory spandrels, inside a dark blue border with smaller bands, 9ft8 (295cm) x 6ft 7 (200cm). (1) €300 - 500 539 A PERSIAN KERMAN LAVAR CARPET, with centre oval medallion, on a light green ground, with all over floral pattern and conforming spandrels, inside a burgundy ground wide border, with smaller bands, 10ft (305cm) x 8ft (244cm). (1) €500 - 700


540 A FINE PERSIAN MASHAD CARPET, the burgundy ground with all-over floral pattern and large centre medallion, inside a wide dark blue border, with four smaller bands, 11ft8 (356cm) x 8ft1 (246cm). (1) €500 - 700 541 A PERSIAN MASHAD CARPET, the burgundy ground with all over floral sprays and centre two-colour medallion, inside a wide dark blue border with smaller bands, 12ft7 (384cm) x 9ft6 (289cm). (1) €450 - 550 542 A BURGUNDY GROUND PERSIAN KASHAN CARPET, in all-over floral pattern and centre dark blue medallion, inside a wide blue border with smaller bands, 12ft (366cm) x 9ft2 (279cm). (1) €500 - 600 543 A VICTORIAN STYLE MAHOGANY TWO-SEAT S-SHAPED CONVERSATION OR LOVERS SETTEE, forming two armchairs, raised on front turned legs, with padded top rail, and button back, over upholstered seat, 47” (119cm). (1) €800 - 1,000 544 MICHAEL O’CONNELL (1898-1976), “The Leprechauns Concert”, fabric painting, signed and inscribed, 48” (122cm) x 682 (172cm). (1) €300 - 500 545 A FINE KERMAN CARPET, the ivory field with all-over floral trellis pattern, inside a floral turquoise border and smaller dark blue bands, 12ft (366cm) x 9ft (274cm). (1) €400 - 600 546 19TH CENTURY STILL LIFE, ‘Fruit on a Ledge’, pastel, 13.5” (34cm) x 19in (49cm). (1) €60 - 90 548 A VERY UNUSUAL PAIR OF OCTAGONALSHAPED MAHOGANY SATINWOOD AND TULIPWOOD MARQUETRY OCCASIONAL TABLES OR JARDINIERE STANDS, with full gallery top, inlaid with large floral spray, and a conforming inlaid frieze with drapes, on square tapering legs, united by an X-shaped stretcher, with brass ball feet, each 31” (79cm) high, 13” (33cm) wide. (2) €500 - 600

550 A GEORGE III PERIOD INLAID AND CROSSBANDED SECRETAIRE BOOKCASE, the moulded cornice above two Gothic glazed doors, the frieze drawer falling down to reveal a fitted interior with an arrangement of drawers and pigeon hole compartments, the drawers veneered in plum pudding mahogany, and two cupboards below enclosing an adjustable shelf, raised on bracket feet, 50” (127cm) wide. (1) €600 - 800 551 AFTER NICOLAS POUSSIN (1655-1657), ‘The Lamentation over Christ’, O.O.C., 26.5” (67cm) x 36” (91cm). (1) €800 - 1,200 552 A VICTORIAN CAST IRON DOOR STOP, “MR PUNCH”. (1) €50 - 80 553 A GEORGE III PERIOD MAHOGANY BOWFRONTED INLAID SIDEBOARD, with three-quarter gallery, above an arrangement of three frieze drawers and two cupboard doors below, raised on six square tapering legs, 73” (186cm) wide. (1) €300 - 400 554 A FINE GEORGE III PERIOD MAHOGANY CHEST-ON-CHEST, the dentil-moulded cornice above three long and two short drawers, on a base with three long drawers raised on bracket feet, 68” (174cm) x 43” (120cm). (1) €700 - 1,100 555 FOUR OLD HARDWOOD BOWS; together with a quantity of bamboo arrows with feather heads, some with various wooden and metal points. (a lot) €100 - 150 556 A PAIR OF OLD PALL MALL FLINT CIGARETTE LIGHTERS; a gentleman’s Dunlop wrist-watch; a silver cased pocket watch, as is; another gentleman’s wristwatch with date; a jet black glass bead necklace; a jet bead necklace with silver pendant with carnelian inset, and an old toggle. (8) €80 - 100 557 A COLLECTION OF ANIMAL FORM BONE OR IVORY TOOTHPICKS, and two Chinese snuff bottles. (a lot) €30 - 50


558 A CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE MEIPING STYLE VASE, 20th/21st century, decorated with phoenix amongst flowers; a modern iron red ground Chinese porcelain ginger jar; a modern Chinese treacle glazed vase and a circular blue and white English porcelain dish, in the Chinoiserie style. (4) €80 - 150

566 A CIRCULAR VICTORIAN BEAD TAPESTRY STOOL, on turned legs, 12” (30cm); and another square ditto, 11.5” (29cm); together with a small 19th century parcel gilt wall mirror, 18.75” (40cm) high, 16” (41cm) wide. (3) €150 - 200

559 A VERY ATTRACTIVE NINETEENTH CENTURY OVAL MINIATURE MOSAIC AND GOLD MOUNTED BROOCH, depicting the Colosseum in Rome,1.5” (4cm). (1) €150 - 250

567 A PAIR OF CHINESE POLYCHROME TERRACOTTA FIGURES, depicting sage and an Immortal, probably 19th century 7.25” (18cm); together with a pair of Chinese two-tier metal altar candlesticks, 13.5” (34cm). (4) €80 - 150

560 A CARVED WOODEN CREST, depicting a lion rampant on a sailing boat, with motto carved within an outer band, 8” (20cm); together with a carved ewe wood wall pocket, with shell and leaf scroll front, 9” (23cm). (2) €80 - 120 561 A CIRCULAR WHITE AND GILT METAL ROUNDELL RELIEF, the crowned head of christ, twentieth century, 5.5” (14cm); together with another roundell set with semi-precious stones, 4” (10cm). (2) €50 - 70 562 AN AFRICAN CARVED EBONY CEREMONIAL COMB, with thirteen extra long tapering teeth, the top surmounted with female mask, with high hair style, front panel with etched designs, pierced at the head for mounting 30.5” (77cm). (1) €100 - 150 563 AN UNUSUAL EARLY NORTH AMERICAN INDIAN TRIBAL BEAR DANCE RATTLE, the bronze ribbed hand bar with bear mask finials suspending looped cymbals. (1) €80 - 120 564 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS ORIENTAL ARTIFACTS, comprising a grey metal octagonal baluster shaped teapot; a warming stand, 4.5” (11cm); an embossed and copper bowl Indian; another chased Indian metal bowl, with copper and white metal decoration depicting figures, animals and foliage, 7.5” (19cm); another elm covered urn, probably a Tibetan temple urn, covered in vellum, 7” (17.5cm) high; a circular stone Chinese ink jar, with cover, and chased decoration, 4” (10cm). (5) €80 - 150 565 A PAIR OF DANISH NYMOLLE ART POTTERY VASES, 9” (23cm); together with an unusual green and blue art glass table centre, with bowl top, 10.5” (27cm); an art glass figure of a goose, and a small art glass perfume bottle. (5) €70 - 120

568 AN UNUSUAL CIRCULAR BALUSTER SHAPED ORIENTAL BOWL, the interior chased with seated Buddhas in relief, the outside with frosted grey panels and overlaid decoration, 10” (26cm) diameter. (1) €100 - 200 569 A COLLECTION OF COLOURFUL INKS, in an unusual dot painted colourful box; together with a stoneware hand painted black swan form dish, signed; a small enamel tea pot; a silver plated lamp; a cane or parasol handle; a pepper castor; an old iron corkscrew; an old bronze Gaisce medal in case, and a brass child’s shoe horn. (a lot) €70 - 90 570 AN OLD TRIBAL DRUM, probably Kundu New Guinea, the hour glass shape carved and decorated in honeycomb, with stylised bands, carved with a saw handle and with shaped fins, the drum plate covered in wax and lizard skin, tied with two fabric coloured rope bands, 28” (71cm) high; together with a carved and polychrome decorated totem mask, twentieth century, with carved reptile, the base with mouth, lips and white teeth, with cloth rings, probably Prince Rupert Island in the North Pacific, 20” (51cm) wide. (2) €200 - 300 571 A CARVED WOODEN MIRROR FRAME, in rustic form; two black and white engravings; a large military photograph with officers; together with a manifest Racing Game, published by John Jaques & Sons, London, with metal horses and riders, cards, dice, markers etc., in original fitted case. (5) €80 - 150 572 FOUR ASSORTED EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, two in the Hepplewhite style, as is. (4) €80 - 150

573 TWO SIMILAR VICTORIAN MAHOGANY PRIE DIEUS, each with tapestry seat and back, and raise on front turned legs. (2) €150 - 250 574 A SMALL VICTORIAN GILT OCCASIONAL CHAIR, with tapestry padded back, and circular seat, raised on front cabriole legs; and another Victorian side chair raised on cabriole legs, covered in tapestry fabric. (2) €150 - 250 575 AN EDWARDIAN BRASS CLUB TYPE FENDER, with two padded seats and square tubular rails, with fitted hooks for fire irons. (1) €80 - 120 576 A FINE CIRCULAR VICTORIAN WALNUT AND MARQUETRY BREAKFAST TABLE, the moulded top with a band of floral inlay, raised on tripod with centre fluted stem and three outer fluted columns, raised on three splayed legs, 50” (127cm) diameter. (1) €400 - 600 577 AN UNUSUAL GEORGE III STYLE MAHOGANY BOW-FRONTED SIDE BOARD, the moulded top above three centre frieze drawers and flanked to either side with a paneled cupboard and smaller drawer below, raised on a plinth, 51” (129cm). (1) €150 - 250 578 A VERY ATTRACTIVE UNUSUAL NINETEENTH CENTURY GLASS BOWL, in the form of a goblet, decorated all over with gilt floral sprays, on octagonal stem, and circular cut glass foot, 14” (36cm). (1) €200 - 300 579 A LARGE JAPANESE PORCELAIN SAUCER DISH, in the Imari style, decorated in with figures, flowers and phoenix, 18” (46cm) diameter. (1) €100 - 200 580 AN EDWARDIAN INLAID MAHOGANY DRESSING TABLE, with swing-frame mirror, the top with two drawers, on splayed bracket feet, and two long drawers below, raised on turned legs 36” (92cm) wide. (1) €80 - 120 581 A TWO TIER EDWARDIAN OVAL MAHOGANY OCCASIONAL TABLE, 19” (48cm); together with a pierced brass trivet with wooden handle and a folding boot jack; and brass mounted bellows. (a lot) €70 - 90 47

582 A VICTORIAN WALNUT AND MARQUETRY INLAID SIDEBOARD, with serpentine shaped white marble top, above four floral marquetry inlaid cupboard doors, flanked to either side with leaf carved corbels, each headed with a stylised dolphins, raised on a plinth base, 86” (212cm) wide, as is. (1) €400 - 600 583 AN EDWARDIAN INLAID MAHOGANY DRESSING TABLE, the triptych back with three mirror plates and an arched centre plate, on a concave section with two small drawers, and the knee-hole base with a centre frieze drawer, flanked with two pedestals, each with four graduating drawers, and raised on turned and fluted legs, the inner frieze drawer with a label Maple & Company, London, Paris and Buenos Aires 48” (122cm) wide. (1) €180 - 250 585 A CHINESE CIRCULAR PORCELAIN BOWL AND COVER, the cover decorated with children playing with a small stag, red square seal mark to base, 7” (17cm). (1) €100 - 150 586 A CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN SAUCER DISH, O.R.M., decorated with three women, 12.25” (31cm). (1) €70 - 120

587 A LARGE CHINESE FAMILLE NOIR STYLE PORCELAIN VASE AND COVER, O.R.M., the body decorated with panels depicting wild animals birds and flowers, 20” (50cm) high. (1) €100 - 150 588 THREE GLAZED POTTERY FIGURES, modelled as three women, O.R.M., 15” (38cm), the tallest. (3) €80 - 150 589 A PAIR OF CHINESE CLUE AND WHITE BALUSTER SHAPED VASES, each decorated with children at play, and three adult women watching over, the base with double circular mark, 9” (23cm) diameter. (1) €250 - 300 590 A MODERN CHINESE PORCELAIN PANEL, depicting children by a balcony, in simulated carved and open work bamboo frame, 47” (120cm) high, 14.25” (36cm) wide. (1) €100 - 150 591 A SMALL SQUAT SHAPED CIRCULAR CHINESE PORCELAIN VASE, decorated all around with children at play, 8.5” (21cm) diameter. (1) €400 - 600 592 A VERY ATTRACTIVE YELLOW GROUND PORCELAIN BOTTLE VASE, profusely decorated with flowers, ad applied with two pierced handles, one in the form of a stylised rabbit, four white panels decorated with flowers, red seal mark to base, on circular foot, 9.25” (25cm). (1) €1,500 - 2,000 593 A LARGE BLUE AND WHITE CHINESE PORCELAIN BRUSH POT, profusely decorated with calligraphy, with square red seal mark, and six character blue mark below, 6” (15cm) x 8” (20cm). (1) €800 - 1,000 594 A VERY UNUSUAL OLIVE GREEN RIBMOULDED BOTTLE VASE, with flared neck, and triple neck rings, red incised seal mark to base, 12” (31cm) high. (1) €1,500 - 2,000

595 A VERY UNUSUAL LIGHT BLUE SQUAREFORM VASE, with large circular neck, and four smaller spouts, on a reeded body and circular foot, with square blue seal mark to base, approximately 10.5” (27cm). (1) €1,500 - 2,000 596 A LARGE CHINESE BALUSTER SHAPED VASE AND COVER, the dome top with a knop finial, the body decorated with figures on a beach, and an Immortal floating, in shades of green, red and blue, 15” (38cm) high. (1) €1,000 - 1,200 597 A COLLECTION OF MOVIE POSTERS, including: BRUCE LEE, large coloured cinema poster, ETS St. Martin, distributed by IMLF, 60” (153cm) x 47” (120cm); Batman and Robin, Warner Bros, 5ft (153cm) x 55.5” (116cm); Star Wars, Twentieth Century Fox 1977, 35.5” (90cm) x 23” (59cm); St. Valentine’s Day Massacre, starring Jason Robards, George Segal, Ralph Meeker and Jane Hale, starring George C. Scott, a Laurence Turman Production; a double poster with One Born Every Minute, Twentieth Century Fox, Lawrence Turman production, starring George C Scott, Sue Lyon, Michael Sarrazin printed in England by London Bartholomew Nottingham, 302 (76cm)h x 39.5” (101cm); another coloured poster Tickle Me, Warner Brothers, The New Elvis, section cut, 50” (102cm), as is; A Walk in the Spring Rain, Columbia Pictures, printed in england by Lumsdaine and Bartolomeu of nottingham Limited, starring Ingrid Bergman and Anthony Quinn, 30” (76cm) x 40” (102cm); another A Twist of Sand, united artists, starring Richard Johnson, honor Blackman, Jeremy Kemp, Peter Vaughn and Roy Dotrice, 30” (75cm) x 40” (102cm); an early cinema poster, The Undefeated, starring John Wayne and Rock Hudson, printed in England by Lonsdale & Bartholomew Nottingham Limited, 37” (75cm) x 40” (102cm) full colour; another double cinema poster for The Virgin Soldiers, starring Lynn Redgrave, Halliwell Bennett, Nigel Davenport and Nigel Patrick; and Easy Rider starring Dennis Hopper and Peter Fonda, released by Technicolour and Columbia pictures,30” (76cm) x 39” (9cm). (9) €300 - 500




598 A COLLECTION OF CINEMA POSTERS, as described, the Last Safari, printed by Kent Art Printers Limited Rochester, Paramount Pictures, 30” (76cm) x 40” (10cm); another Steelyard Blues, release by Columbia Warner Distributors, starring Donald Sutherland, Peter Boyle and Jane Fonda, 30” (76cm)h x 40” (102cm); another Rocky V united international pictures, full colour, 30” (76cm) x 40” (102cm); another columbia pictures release Al Pacino in Serpico full colour, 49” (100cm) x 27” (69cm), mounted on board; another poster Star Wars Episode One The Phantom Menace;a small poster Star Trek Insurrection The Battle For Paradise has Begun; another A Few Good Men, Castle Rock Entertainment, starring Kevin Bacon, Kevin Pollack, Demi Moore, Kiefer Sutherland, Jack Nicholson, Tom Cruise etc. distributed by Columbia Tristar Film Distributors, 50” (102cm) x 26.5” (67cm); full colour poster Gregory Hynes Tap motion pictures, Dolby Stereo, 402 (102cm) x 27” (69cm); a very large poster Walt Disney’s Return to Oz, produced in association with Silver Screen Partners, 58” (18cm) x 40” (102cm)w, printed in England by Lonsdale and Bartholomew Limited Nottingham; another Walt Disney classic Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, 50th anniversary, 40” (76cm) x 39” (99cm). (10) €300 - 400


599 A COLLECTION OF OLD CINEMA POSTERS, a very large film poster, Challenge One Steve McQueen Cocinor presentation, printed St. Martin Paris, 63” (60cm) x 47.5” (120cm); another large old poster, The Wall Lover (L’Homme Qui AImait La Guerre), studio Lalande, Columbia films, 62” (160cm)h x 45” (144); another large Steve Mcqueen film poster La Chasseur (The Hunter), 62” (157cm)h x 46.5” (118cm); Tricolour cinema poster, The Big Gang, starring John Brinkley Ed Nelson and Pat George, printed by the National Screen Service Cork, 41” (104cm) x 27” (68cm); together with another matching ditto; another cinema poster, Winning, starring Paul Newman, Joanne Woodward and Robert Wagner, printed by National Screen Services Cork, 41” (104cm)h x 27” (68cm); The Invisible Superman, with Ken Wood, Guy Madison, Liz Barrett, Diana Loris and Paul Maxwell, Eastman Colour, 40” (102cm) x 27” (68cm); Extraordinary Seaman, with David Niven, Faye Dunaway, Mickey Rooney, Jack Carter and Allen Alba, National Screen Services limited MGM, 30” (76cm)h x 39.5” (100cm); The Daredevil, starring George Montgomery, Terry Moore, with Gay Perkins and Cyril Porter, copyright 1972 trans international full cover, 41” (104cm) x 27” (69cm). (9) €250 - 350 600 AN INLAID MAHOGANY WHEEL BAROMETER, by C. Terelli, of North Hampton, inlaid with shells and rosettes, under a divided pediment 39” (99cm) high. (1) €200 - 250

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Day 2 601 A LATE VICTORIAN MAHOGANY DINING TABLE, the moulded top with three spare leaves, and raised on turned and fluted legs, 9ft5” (113cm) long, 4ft5 (134cm) wide. (1) €700 - 1,100 602 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS SILVER PLATE-WARE, comprising a heavy sugar and cream, a pair of silver plated wine goblets, a biscuit jar, coal helmet and shovel, a two branch three light candelabrum, a plated brandy balloon, a half pint tankard, and a red dish, a plated hot water pot and a vase. (10) €70 - 120 603 FIVE ASSORTED GOOD QUALITY SILVER PLATED ASSORTED TEAPOTS, various shapes and sizes. (a lot) €70 - 120 604 AN UNUSUAL NINETEENTH ENGLISH CHASED AND SILVER-PLATE TROPHY EWER, with caryatid handle and vase shaped body, the spout with grotesque mask, the body chased with further masks, animals and birds, on a circular stem base, dated 1874, 12” (31cm) high. (1) €80 - 90 50

605 AN UNUSUAL SILVER PLATED PRESENTATION TABLE OIL LAMP, with two scroll handles, and inscription, and lift out reservoir, 9” (23cm) high. (1) €80 - 100 605A AN ATTRACTIVE CUT GLASS AND SILVER TABLE CENTRE, the cut-glass bowl, on a tri-dolphin silver plated supported, and tri-form base, 10.5” (27cm) high, 11” (28cm) diameter. (1) €300 - 350 606 A SILVER-PLATE PUNCH BOWL, with lion mask and ring handles, with gadroon edge and stem base, 13” (33cm); a kings pattern ladle; and a silver plated coffee pot, 10” (26cm) high. (3) €70 - 90 607 A VERY ATTRACTIVE FIVE-PIECE SILVERPLATE TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE, comprising a large tea kettle with scroll handle and domed cover with bird finial, the body with lobed panels and embossed with scrolling foliage on a base with four cabriole legs, with shell feet; together with a matching coffee pot, a teapot, and a sugar and cream. (5) €150 - 250

608 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS SILVER PLATEWARE, including a sugar helmet and shovel, an oval silver plated tray, two toast racks, and a three tier brass cake stand. (a lot) €60 - 90 609 A SET OF THREE OVAL SILVER PLATED DISH COVERS, each with gadroon and shell cast handle, and a half reeded body with a gadroon edge, two approximately 20” (51cm), the other approximately 14” (36cm). (3) €550 - 600 610 A FINE CIRCULAR SILVER TWO-HANDLED SERVING DISH, with hot water cavity and gadroon edge, with two bead handles, surmounted with a domed lid and dragon handle, crested, 16” (41cm); together with a circular salver, with gadroon edge, 14” (36cm); a three piece silver plated tea service, by James Dixon & Son of Sheffield; and an oval entree dish and cover with Celtic bands, 12” (31cm). (6) €100 - 150


611 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS SILVER PLATEWARE, comprising an oval silver plated stand or tray with pierced gallery, on four legs; a silver plated helmet-shaped sugar pod with shovel; three silver plated swing-handle cake stands; two silver plated butter dishes and covers; a silver plated bowl on stem base; a silver plated jam dish with blue glass liner; a small silver plated salver; and a circular silver plated gallery tray. (11) €50 - 80 612 AN OVAL SERPENTINE SHAPED SILVERPLATE BOWL, with pierced gallery and gadroon edge, 18” (46cm)d; an oak salad bowl, with two silver plated handles and a plated rim, with ceramic liner; a matching serving spoon and fork; a four-piece nickel plated condiment set; a Sandland ceramic biscuit jar with plated cover and handle; a three-piece silver plated condiment set; a pair of plated wine goblets; an oval silver plated dish stand with pyrex liner; a hot water pot; a pickle jar and cover with fork on stand; and an egg shaped flask. (a lot) €60 - 90 613 THREE SILVER PLATED PAPER CLIPS, one in the form of a greyhound head, another a pike head; and one other, a duck head, all approximately 6” (15cm). (3) €150 - 300 614 A PAIR OF SILVER PLATED CONDIMENT SETS, each modelled with saddled hound, with bucket to one side and glass mustard jar to the other, on rectangular moulded base, 5.5” (14cm). (2) €100 - 150 615 A HEAVY SILVER PLATED BOTTLE TANTALUS, with oval wreath centre handle, with four square cut-glass decanters with stoppers, the sides with hanging swags, ribbons bows and oval partriae, raised on pierced legs, 8” (20cm) square, 12.5” (32cm) high. (1) €350 - 400 616 A CIRCULAR CHILEAN SILVER PRESENTATION SALVER, 825 mark, with inscription, the edge with leaf and shell border, 16” (41cm) diameter. (1) €200 - 300 617 A THREE-PIECE INDIAN WHITE METAL TEA SERVICE, comprising an oval teapot with domed and hinged cover, surmounted with Buddha riding a lion, and a lower band with further Buddhas in relief, on oval stem base; together with matching sugar bowl and cream jug; an Indian white metal napkin ring; a pair of similar Indian napkin rings; a three-piece plated condiment set comprising salt, pepper and sugar castor; a plated cocktail shaker; and a plated trophy cup. (11) €70 - 120

623 AN IRISH PROVINCIAL SILVER CRESTED SOUP LADLE, by Carden Terry and James Williams Cork 10871921, the taper pattern handle with oval bowl, 181gr. (1) €500 - 700 624 A LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY SILVER PLATED EPERGNE, with three leaf cast scroll arms, each supporting a cut-glass dish, and a cut glass dish above with hanging spear-shaped lustre drops, and a glass finial on three scroll legs, 24” (61cm) high. (1) €280 - 350

623 618 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS PLATEWARE, comprising swing-handled cake basket, an oval plated dish stand, a christening mug, crumb tray, egg topper, and butter dish; together with a large quantity of miscellaneous cutlery. (a lot) €30 - 50 619 A PAIR OF ENGLISH SILVER-PLATE CANDELABRA, by Bovier & Elis, each with two reeded scrolling arms, and a centre light with flame finial, on circular base, 14.5” (37cm). (2) €160 - 180 620 A PAIR OF VERY HEAVY SILVER-PLATE PRESENTATION BOWLS, by James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield, c.1886, late 19th century, each profusely chased and embossed on a half-reeded body and circular stem base, 10.25” (26cm) diameter. (2) €100 - 150 621 A CASED SET OF TWELVE SILVER PLATED FISH KNIVES AND FORKS, each with bone handle; together with a pair of similar fish servers; a cased set of six silver plated coffee spoons, each with stained coffee bean handle; a set of three decanter labels; a pair of Art Deco silver plated folding spectacles; and miscellaneous spoons. (a lot) €20 - 30 622 A VICTORIAN SILVER MOUNTED GLASS CLARET JUG, London c.1808, with hinged cover, lion-form thumb piece, and rustic handle, the glass engraved with flowers, 10” (26cm) high. (1) €300 - 400

625 A VERY ATTRACTIVE FRENCH SILVER PLATED CUTLERY SERVICE, by Cailar & Bayard, comprising eighteen dinner forks, all monogrammed; together with eighteen matching table spoons; twelve dessert spoons; eighteen supper or dessert forks; eighteen fish knives and forks, in separate case; eighteen faux-bone handled knives, each with steel blade by Sidney Mills of Brussels (knives loose). (102) €200 - 300 626 TWO CASES OF NEWBRIDGE KINGS PATTERN CUTLERY, approximately one hundred and fifty pieces, comprising dinner knives, supper knives, dinner forks, supper forks, fish knives and forks, tablespoons, pastry forks, teaspoons, coffee spoons, salt spoons, sauce ladle, etc. (1) €80 - 120 627 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS SILVER, comprising a Victorian child’s rattle/whistle/ teether, with curl finial; a three-piece Art Deco machine-turned brush and mirror set; a pair of oval silver and monogrammed brush backs; and a pair of heavy silver fish servers, by Harrison Brothers Sheffield c.1930. (8) €70 - 120 628 AN UNUSUAL VICTORIAN SILVER HOT WATER POT, with hinged cover and wreath-form thumb piece, London 1867, the cover crested with a lion mask and indistinct logo and ribbon below, the body of bulbous form, applied with an olive leaf-moulded handle, 8.25” (22cm), 449g. (1) €150 - 250 629 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS SILVER, comprising a miniature three-piece tea and coffee service, with coffee pot, tea pot and twohandled bowl; a silver cigarette holder case; a small matchbox holder; a small silver compact; two silver napkin rings; a silver card case; and two silver napkin rings. (11) €60 - 80 51

630 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS CASED NEWBRIDGE SILVER PLATED CUTLERY, comprising a set of six pastry forks and a server, in fitted case; another cased set of six similar ditto with serving fork; six further newbridge silver plated pastry forks; a pair of kings pattern salad servers, cased; and a set of six newbridge silver plated napkin rings. (a lot) €80 - 120 631 A HEAVY 18K GOLD DRESS RING, with oval rock crystal stone, 18g; together with an 18th century buckle ring, set with a chipped diamond, 4.6g; another single stone 18K gold diamond ring, 3.2g; and a 9K gold ladies dress ring, with emerald and ruby type stones, in a flower setting, 4.4g. (4) €300 - 350 632 A HEAVY IRISH PIERCED SILVER BASKET BOWL, of lobed form, with pierced border, on four ball feet, by the Royal Irish, Dublin 1973, with the EU commemoration mark, 11.5” (29cm), 465g. (1) €120 - 180 633 A FINE HEAVY IRISH SILVER AND SILVER GILT TUMBLER CUP, by E.C. Dublin 1978, 3” (7.5cm) x 2.5” (7cm), 174.5g, in presentation case. (1) €100 - 150 634 A PAIR OF ATTRACTIVE SILVER CANDLESTICKS, Birmingham 1975, each with weighted base, and baluster reeded stem, on circular dome base, 7” (17.5); together with a crested silver pocket flask, London c.1900, 111g; and a Victorian silver fiddle and thread pattern sugar tongs. (4) €120 - 150 635 A CASED SET OF EIGHT VICTORIAN SILVER COFFEE SPOONS, and a matching sugar tongs, London 1888, in fitted presentation case. (1) €100 - 150


636 A PROVINCIAL SILVER TABLESPOON, by John Warner Cork, c.1791, 65gr. (1) €200 - 300

637 AN IRISH PROVINCIAL SILVER BRIGHT CUT SALT SPOON, with oval bowl by William Ward Limerick, c.1800; together with another pair of Irish provincial salt spoons, bright cut with oval bowls, by J.T. of Cork, c.1800. (3) €200 - 300 638 AN EARLY IRISH PROVINCIAL COFFEE SPOON, by William Teulon of Cork c.1795; another bright cut tea spoon by Carden Terry, c.1765-96; together with another Cork salt spoon; and one other cork salt spoon by Daniel corbett c.18081820. (4) €150 - 200 639 A GEORGE V HALF SOVEREIGN COIN, 1912, 8g. in white metal case, with pendant ring. (1) €150 - 200 640 AN EXTREMELY ATTRACTIVE LARGE EDWARDIAN SILVER EPERGNE, by James Dixon and Sons Sheffield 1906, in the rococo style, the top surmounted on a stem with an oval pierced basket, with scrolling foliage, C-scrolls, and tapering beads, the frame in the form of scrolling foliage, interlaced with scrolling bands, six arms, four with smaller conforming pierced baskets and two double arms supporting two pierced vases, each with a green liner, and four scrolls below, centred by a further mid-size basket, raised on elaborate rococo style pierced legs, 21” (54cm) high, 24” (61cm) wide, 16” (41cm) deep, 6912g. (1) €6,000 - 10,000 See illustration on page 53 641 A CANTEEN OF NEWBRIDGE SILVER PLATED CUTLERY, six place setting, comprising six dinner knives, six dinner forks, six supper knives, six supper forks, six dessert spoons six soup spoons, six tea spoons and a pair of table spoons, in fitted case. (1) €150 - 200

644 644 A SILVER AND SILVER GILT TWO-HANDLED CUP AND COVER, London 1918, the domed cover with vase of fruit finial and chased with scrolling foliage, on conforming body applied with two caryatid handles, on stem base, 9.5” (22cm), 728g. (1) €400 - 600 645 A SMALL EMBOSSED SILVER TEAPOT, Chester 1899, with oval tapering embossed body, and ebonised handle, 9” (23cm) high, 280g. (1) €250 - 300 646 A BRIGHT CUT SILVER SUGAR AND CREAM SET, Victorian, London 1869, each with oval bead top, and with beads of scrolling foliage, ovals and crested cartouches, issuing floral garlands, 535g. (2) €350 - 400

642 A PAIR OF SILVER SAUCE BOATS, Birmingham 1919, each with double-scroll handle, raised on three shell capped legs, with pad feet, 269g. (1) €350 - 450 643 A LARGE TWO-HANDLED SILVER TROPHY CUP, Allied Air Forces cup presented by The Pyrene Co. Ltd., London 1900, with two scroll handles and ornate strap work, on a stem base, 10.5” (27cm), 1172g. (1) €1,400 - 1,800

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647 A HEAVY WILLIAM IV THREE-PIECE IRISH SILVER TEA SERVICE, by Smith and Gamble Dublin 1832, the pumpkin shaped leaf moulded body, with a leaf scroll handle, terminating in a bird mask, raised on four leaf cast legs; together with a matching sugar bowl and jug, 1831g. (3) €2,000 - 3,000

653 653 A GOOD IRISH GEORGE III PERIOD BRIGHTCUT SILVER TWO-HANDLED LOVING CUP, with crested cartouche, within a leafy frame, by Daniel Egan London 1807, 9” (23cm) high, 617g. (1) €800 - 900 654 A RARE BRITANNIA STANDARD MARK CASTOR SUGAR SHAKER, with pierced and domed cover, raised on a turned and domed stem foot, the body engraved with a crest depicting a coronet over a bird, 8.25” (21cm) high, 284g. (1) €500 - 600


648 A HEAVY SILVER CAKE BASKET, George III period, by John Thomas Settee, Sheffield 1817, with leaf and bead-moulded swing handle, on a gadroon edge, and openwork leaf band, the centre crested and raised on four bun feet, 12.25” (31cm) high, 339g. (1) €1,000 - 1,500

650 650 A HEAVY SILVER TEA KETTLE ON STAND, with warming lamp, late Victorian by JN.M., London 1895, the kettle with half reeded oval body and gadroon edge, raised on a stand with four cabriole legs and shell feet, 18 “(46cm), 1640g. (1) €1,800 - 2,000 651 AN IRISH GEORGE IV SILVER BRANDY WARMER, by William Nowlan Dublin 1820, with ogee-shaped crested body, domed cover, and turned wooden handle, 10” (26cm) high, 392g overall. (1) €600 - 700


649 A PAIR OF HEAVY SILVER SAUCE BOATS, London 1909 by Crichton Brothers, each with a heavy gadroon cast edge and double leaf scroll handles, on three shell capped legs with shell feet, 782g. (2) €300 - 400


652 AN IRISH CRESTED AND EMBOSSED SILVER TEA POT, by Charles Lamb, London 1902, the hinged cover with bird finial, and bird head spout with grotesque mask, on baluster-shaped circular body, profusely embossed with flowers and C-scrolls, and a crested cartouche raised on four pierced legs, 846g. (1) €600 - 800

655 655 A GEORGE III SILVER PEAR-SHAPED COFFEE POT, by William Ceipps London 1751, profusely chased with scrolling fruit, flowers and foliage, within C-scroll borders, the ornate spout with a grotesque mask, on circular base, 11.5” (29cm) high, 1173g. (1) €1,800 - 2,500


669 656 A SILVER BALUSTER SHAPED TEA CADDY, with domed and hinged cover with spike finial, Birmingham 1904, probably by George Unite, 4.25” (11cm) high, 143g. (1) €120 - 140 657 A GEORGE V SILVER COMPORT, London 1913, with pierced edge and pierced stem base, 8” (20cm) high, 349g. (1) €400 - 600


662 A PAIR OF PEAR SHAPED SILVER CAFE AU LAIT POTS, Birmingham 1931, each with a domed and hinged cover, with gadroon edge and urn finial, raised on a stem base,8” (20cm) high, 520g. (2) €350 - 550

658 A RECTANGULAR SILVER TWO-BOTTLE INK STAND, by Asprey of London c.1899, the concave sides with folded corners, two cut-glass bottles, and silver mounts and covers, 8” (20cm) high. (1) €400 - 600

663 AN IRISH PROVINCIAL BRIGHT-CUT SOUP LADLE, by Carden Terry and James Williams Cork, c.1807-1821, 205g, 13” (33cm). (1) €500 - 800

659 A FOUR PIECE SILVER TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE, SHEFFIELD 1902, comprising coffee pot, tea pot, sugar bowl, and jug; each piece with leaf scroll handles and an oval embossed body and stem base, the coffee pot 10.25” (26cm) high, combined weight, 1776g. (4) €1,600 - 1,800 660 A GOOD PAIR OF WILLIAM IV SILVER AND SILVER GILT GOTHIC STYLE STEMMED SALTS, by H.Y Wilkinson & Co. Sheffield 1939, each pierced body with typical Gothic tracery, and inset with cobalt blue cut-glass liners, 175g. (2) €150 - 250


664 A LATE GEORGE III IRISH SILVER CRESTED SKIMMING SPOON, in old English taper pattern, Dublin c. 1758, with the maker’s stamp M.S, the oval bowl with a pierced divider, 12.25” (31cm) long, 134g. (1) €300 - 400

661 AFTER CHARLES PAILLER, a nickel plated car mascot, in the form of a race horse with jockey up, 6” (15cm). (1) €200 - 250

666 A LARGE HEAVY SILVER-PLATED TRAY, with two scroll handles, the pierced serpentineshaped border with leaf scrolls and a bead edge, the tray top chased profusely with scrolling foliage within a bright-cut border, 30” (77cm), distributed by Rhodes of Bradford. (1) €180 - 250 667 AN ANTIQUE SOLITAIRE DIAMOND RING, on platinum band, with smaller diamonds to either shoulder, single old European cut stone, approximately 1ct. (1) €4,000 - 4,500 668 A TOPAZ AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, set in 18k white gold, total diamond weight 1.5ct approximately, topaz 3ct. (1) €1,400 - 1,600


665 A GEORGE II SILVER WARWICK CRUET SET, by John Delmestre, London 1757, the six circular slots housing three matching vase-shaped casters; together with a pair of small cut-glass ewers, associated, each with white metal mount, spout and handle, incorporating a hinged top with steel thumb-piece, the frame on four shell and leaf-cast legs, with an armorial cartouche to the front, 1674g. (6) €1,200 - 1,800

669 AN EXTREMELY ATTRACTIVE WHITE GOLD EMERALD AND PEARL AND DIAMOND BRACELET, on 14K white gold, the setting in the form of a flower head, with two emeralds, a central pearl in a frame of diamonds, the bracelet with hang bone links, 8” (20cm). (1) €1,200 - 1,400




670 A VERY ATTRACTIVE 18K YELLOW GOLD LADIES PENDANT NECKLACE, with double circle pendant, with rows of diamonds, 22g. (1) €1400 - 1800 671 A FIVE STONE DIAMOND RING, on 18k yellow gold, apprximately 1.20ct diamond weight. (1) €1,400 - 1,500

675 A VERY FINE 18K WHITE GOLD EMERALD AND DIAMOND RING, the rectangular emerald flanked to either side with two baguette-cut diamonds. (1) €1,000 - 1,200


672 A VERY ATTRACTIVE GENTS 18K GOLD DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, with nine diamonds, three rows, combined weight approximately 2.20ct, in textured yellow gold, 19g. (1) €2,000 - 2,200 673 A BEAUTIFUL WHITE GOLD DIAMOND NECKLACE, combined diamond weight 4ct., incorporating approximately one hundred diamonds in a white gold chain, total weight 34g, 14” (35cm). (1) €4,000 - 6,000 674 A VERY ATTRACTIVE 18K YELLOW GOLD BANGLE BRACELET, set with five graduating sapphires and six graduating diamonds, 2.5” (6.2cm), 9g. (1) €1,800 - 2,200 56

676 AN UNUSUAL GARNET AND PEARL LADIES BROOCH, the centre star set with an oval garnet, flanked to either side with two pearls, 2” (5cm). (1) €400 - 450 676A A 9K GOLD CHAIN LINK BRACELET, with heart shaped lock. (1) €320 - 350


677 A FINE THREE-STONE DIAMOND AND PLATINUM RING, with three old European cut diamonds, approximately 1.50ct combined diamond weight. (1) €3,000 - 3,200 678 AN OVAL OPENED OPAL AND DIAMOND SET CLUSTER RING, with cabochon opal, surrounded b a band of diamonds, set in 18K yellow gold. (1) €1,000 - 1,200



683 A GOOD PAIR OF WHITE GOLD SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND EARRINGS, with circular brilliant cut diamonds and oval sapphires. (1) €400 - 600 684 A FINE THREE STONE SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING, on 18K white gold. (1) €1,800 - 1,800

679 679 A VERY ATTRACTIVE THREE STONE EMERALD AND DIAMOND RING, the emerald a pear shape, weighing approximately 2ct, flanked to either side with two diamonds, on 18k white gold. (1) €1500 - 1700

685 A VERY ATTRACTIVE LADIES ROLEX WRIST WATCH, Oyster Perpetual Datejust, the mother-o-pearl dial with emerald hour markers, emerald and diamond bezel, two tone jubilee bracelet, stainless steel back, Rolex crown, 1” (2.5cm) dial including bezel. (1) €2,000 - 2,500 686 Penfolds Magill Estate 1999, 6 bottles, O.C. (6) €200 - 300 687 Penfolds Grange 1998, South Australia’s Icon wine, 6 bottles, O.W.C. (6) €1,500 - 1,600

680 680 A TWENTY FOUR STONE DIAMOND RING, on 18K white gold, in an art deco style setting, total diamond weight approximately 1ct. (1) €1,800 - 2,000

688 Penfolds Bin 707 1997, 6 Bottles, O.W.C. (6) €800 - 1,000

697 Chateau Lafleur Gazin 1999, Pomerol, 12 bottles, O.W.C. (12) €350 - 450 698 Chateau Haut-Pontet 2002, 2nd wine Pontet Canet, 11 bottles, O W.C., opened. €220 - 300 699 Chateau Moulinet Lasserre 1995, Pomerol, 12 bottles, O.W.C. €400 - 450 700 Bouchard Meursault 1998, “Les Genevieres”, 12 bottles, O.W.C. (12) €600 - 800 701 Lucky Dip: Bordeaux - 1 bottle Leoville Barton 1990, 1 bottle Chateau Palmer 2001, 1 bottle Chateau Rauzan-Segla 1995, 5 bottles Chateau Bastide de Dauzac, 2000. (8 in all) €300 - 400 702 Lucky Dip: Burgundy – Mixed Lot, including 1 bottle Echezeaux Grand Cru 1999, 1 bottle Pommard 1999, 1 bottle Gevrey Chambertain 1999. (3) €250 - 300

689 Penfolds Grange 1997, South Australia’s Icon wine, 6 bottles, O.W.C. (6) €1,200 - 1,400 690 D’Arenberg Dead Arm Shiraz 1999, 6 bottles, O.C (6) €450 - 550 691 Yalumba Octavius 1997, 6 bottles, O.W.C. (6) €200 - 280 692 Wakefield St Andrews 1996, 6 bottles, O.W.C. (6) €140 - 160


681 AN ATTRACTIVE PAIR OF SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND PENDANT EARRINGS, each with four sapphires and a white gold mount. (1) €600 - 700 682 A VERY ATTRACTIVE 18K WHITE GOLD CARVED JADE PENDANT, set with small diamonds. (1) €700 - 900

693 Taylors Vintage Port 1985, I bottle. €50 - 60 694 Guigal Cote Rotie 2000, 1 bottle. €280 - 300 695 Chateau Tour St Christophe 1996, St Emilion Grand Cru, 1 Magnum €70 - 80 696 Chateau Lynch-Bages 2000, 5 eme Cru Classe, 2 bottles €350 - 450



706 TWO SIMILAR EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY FLINTLOCK BLUNDERBUSS PISTOLS, each with full walnut stock and silver decoration, in geometric patterns, one with 11.75” (29cm) flared barrel, inlaid with white metal, with steel lock and brass trigger guard, as is; together with another similar ditto, 10.5” (27cm) barrel, similar silver inlay steel lock, brass butt cap 16.5” (42cm) overall. (2) €300 - 500 707 AN EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY EASTER FLINTLOCK PISTOL, with engraved steel lock, and full walnut stock, and brass buttcap, steel trigger guard, lacking ramrod, 12” (31cm) barrel, 19” (48cm) overall. (1) €150 - 250

706, 707

703 THREE BOTTLES OF VINTAGE WINE, one 1980 vintage Cru Classe Baron De Rothschild, level lower neck, label stained and faded; together with a bottle of 1989 vintage Grand Vin du Bordeaux Château Puyard Premier Cotes De Laye, label stained and faded, level lower neck; and a bottle of 1983 Château Lascombes, Grand Cru Class 1983 Malbo, faded and stained label, level upper shoulder. (3) €200 - 300 704 ST EMILION CHÂTEAU-FIGEAC PREMIER GRAND CRU CLASS 1983, 750ml, level top of shoulder; together with a bottle of Lanson Champagne Brut Rose, two bottles. (2) €60 - 100 705 TWO ROYAL AIR FORCE BRITISH ARMY JACKET, and a pair of military leather boots. (3) €80 - 120

708 A BRITISH FLINTLOCK SEA SERVICE PISTOL, the steel lock stamped 1810, with East India Company marking crested with a rampant lion holding a crown mark, 9” (23cm) steel barrel, on a three-quarter walnut stock, and grotesque mask butt cap, probably added, brass trigger guard, and other brass mounts, 15” (38cm) overall. (1) €250 - 350 709 AN EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY FLINTLOCK POCKET PISTOL, by Thomas Fowler of Dublin, with 3.75” (9.5cm) octagonal steel barrel, the rib stamped Dublin, registration mark Dublin Castle 5097, the steel lock inscribed Fowler, with checkered grip, steel trigger guard, on three-quarter walnut stock, with ramrod, section of hammer lacking, 8” (20cm) overall; together with another similar percussion pistol, with similar octagonal 3.5” (9cm), three quarter stock , with swivel ramrod, checkered grip and steel trigger guard, barrel, (19cm) overall. (2) €300 - 500

708, 709 710 A VERY FINE PAIR OF FLINTLOCK PISTOLS, by E & W. Bond, London, the octagonal barrel 5.25” (12.75cm), the rib inscribed E & W Bond 19 Cornhill London, Gunmaker to the Oliver EAst India Company, also signed on the lock, no apparent proof marks, with wooden horn tipped ramrod, an engraved steel trigger guard, with chequered grip and full walnut stock with steel butt cap, 10.5” (27cm) overall. (2) €2,300 - 2,700 711 A SUPERB PAIR OF FLINTLOCK DUELING PISTOLS, by Charles Moore, East Smithfield London, each with a rifled turn off barrel, 7.25” (18.5cm), the box lock, flintlock signed C. Moore, and inscribed East Smithfield London and chased with scrolling foliage, engraved steel trigger guard, silver mounted nicely figured walnut stock, with silver grotesque mask butt cap, the butt caps with the mark of Michael Bennett London, 14.5” (37cm) overall. (1) €7,500 - 8,500

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712 AN IRISH FLINTLOCK BLUNDERBUSS, by Trulock Dublin, with steel two stage barrel, octagonal section and flared circular section, stamped Dublin on the rib, the steel flintlock stamped Trulock, the three quarter walnut stock with horn tipped ramrod and brass trigger guard, the barrel 16”(41cm), the brass buttcap struck with the digits 3K869, 31” (79cm) overall. (1) €350 - 550 713 A LATE 18TH CENTURY EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY FLINTLOCK BLUNDERBUSS, the two-stage barrel with octagonal section, on a three-quarter walnut stock and steel lock, indistinctly signed Murphy?, with brass trigger guard, butt cap and ram rod mount, lacking spring bayoneted and ram rod, as is, the barrell 14” (36cm), 31” (79cm) overall. (1) €280 - 350

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714 A NINETEENTH CENTURY INDIAN TULWAR, with 29.5” curved steel blade, the hilt surmounted with a mogul parasol , steel hilt chased with white metal floral decoration, 56” (91cm) overall. (1) €250 - 350

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715 A GOOD BALKAN YATAGAN IVORY HILTED SWORD, with single edged slightly curved blade, with Arabic inscriptions, 25” (63cm), the grips with side ears, carved from walrus ivory, the grip strap and blade collar set with semi-precious stones, and filigree patterns, 31” (79cm overall), no scabbard. (1) €250 - 350 716 A NEPALESE KORA, Northern Indian, used in war for executions and religious rights, usually sacrificial, the steel hilt with spiral grip, the single edge curved blade, flaring at the end, the blade 23” (58cm), traces of decoration to the single fuller blade, the hilt with ring guards, total length 29” (74cm). (1) €300 - 400 717 A NINETEENTH CENTURY BRITISH CUSTOMS OFFICERS SWORD AND SCABBARD, by Salter of London, sword cutler to H.R.H. The Duke of Sussex, 75 strand London, signed on the brass-mounted leather scabbard, gilt brass hilt with a snake skin grip, the ring guard with the Customs crest incorporating the crown and the anchor, the blade with a tubed rib, and single edge, with custom syphort to either side, in custom brass mounted split leather scabbard, split 30” (76cm). (1) €250 - 350 718 A JAPANESE KATANA, with triple hole tang, signed, single edged blade slightly curved, 22” (56cm) long, with pierced bronze octagonal tsuba, section of grip missing, in nicely lacquered kiya, with gilt metal kojiri. (1) €200 - 300 719 A PRUSSIAN INFANTRY 1852 SHORT SWORD, the brass hilt with spiral reeding to one side and plain to the rear, stamped on the quillian 29.A.3.12., with 17” (43cm) spear point blade, 22.5” (57cm) overall. (1) €150 - 250

720 A NAVAL OFFICER’S SWORD, with lion-head pommel, and horn grip, possibly rhino horn, double forward single edge curved blade, 25” (64cm), 31” (78cm) overall, as is. (1) €100 - 2,000 721 A NINE-BRANCH CRYSTAL CUT CHANDELIER, with vase-shaped centre stem, and three upper arms, each in spiral glass, supporting a cup and inverted bowl, with lustre drops and six lower conforming arms, issuing from a cut glass bowl and further lustre drops and prism terminal, 30” (76cm) high approx. (1) €1,500 - 1,800


722 A VERY ATTRACTIVE FRENCH ART DECO THREE-BRANCH FOUR-LIGHT CEILING FITTING, with amber glass handmade shades, in the form of flower heads, and large circular yellow alabaster bowl shade, with attractive brass white metal chain suspenders, and a brass corona, approx. 27” (62cm) high, 30” (76cm) wide. (1) €400 - 600


723 NINETEENTH CENTURY POLISH SCHOOL, “Young Girl in White Dress Picking Flowers in Woodland Glade”, O.O.C., in ornate gilt frame, 44” (112cm) x 34.5” (88cm). (1) €1,000 - 1,500

726 A CIRCULAR QUEEN ANNE STYLE TELESCOPIC DINING TABLE, with one spare leaf, raised on four cabriole legs, approximately 6ft (182cm) long, 3ft (91cm) wide. (1) €100 - 150 727 AN EGYPTIAN REVIVAL MANTEL CLOCK, late 19th century, the breakfront case surmounted in polished black and parcel gilt limestone, the top surmounted with a phoenix recumbent in gilt brass, above a circular dial with gilt brass Roman numerals, and flanked to either side with a crouching Egyptian attendant, on conforming base with brass bun feet, 15.25” (39cm) high, 15” (38cm) wide. (1) €400 - 600


725 725 AN EARLY GEORGIAN STYLE GILT WALL MIRROR OR OVERMANTEL, the top with scroll cartouche crest, issuing scrolling foliage, above a bevelled plate, headed with a further leaf, the frame profusely carved with conforming scrolling foliage, and a pierced cartouche crest to the apron, approximately 6ft (183cm) high, 48” (121cm) wide. (1) €500 - 700

724 A FINE PAIR OF REGENCY STYLE CARVED GILTWOOD PIER MIRRORS, each crested with an anthemion standing in an urn, and issuing scrolling foliage, in a bead moulded frame, flanked to either side with hanging bell flowers, the centre bevelled plate inside twelve mirror compartments, the apron carved with scrolling foliage, 63” (160cm)h x 29” (74cm)w. (2) €600 - 800

728 728 A COLLECTION OF COLOURED OLYMPIC GAMES POSTERS, published by Antik Print Amsterdam, comprising, two x 1920, 1x 1924, 15 x 1928, 5 x 1932, 9 x 1936, 4 x 1948, 8 x 1952, 5 x 1956, 3 x 1960, 12x 1964 and 18 x 1968, eighty two in total, each 13.5” (34cm) x 10 “(26cm). (82) €600 - 800

729 729 FRANK RAWLINGS OFFER (1847-1932), “Thatched Cottage with Woman and Chickens by a Beach” O.O.C., signed lower left; together with another similar, “Fishing Folk by a Beach” and one other coastal scene with figures on a boat, O.O.B., signed lower left, a set of three, 8” (19.5cm) x 15.5” (39cm). (3) €750 - 850

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730 HOWILSON, “Scottish Highland Scene”, O.O.C., signed lower left, 9.5” (24cm) x 13.25 (34cm). (1) €150 - 200

737 A COLLECTION OF VARIOUS OIL LAMPS, comprising one brass Corinthian style oil lamp; three brass oil lamps, a spare reservoir, an etched glass shade, and a chimney; together with a Victorian bidet unfurnished, raised on turned legs; and other miscellaneous items, boot jacks, glove moulds etc. (a lot) €80 - 150 738 A LARGE MODERN THREE--SEAT EASY SETTEE, with loose cushion back and seats, in the Victorian style, covered in gold draylon. (1) €200 - 300

731 731 NINETEENTH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, “Cattle Resting Under a Tree with Two Figures on a Path with Cottage Beyond”, O.O.C., 12” (30cm) x 15” (38cm). (1) €300 - 400 732 MID NINETEENTH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, “Extensive Landscape with Cathedral Town Beyond”, W.C., 10” (25cm) x 13.75” (35cm). (1) €150 - 200 733 ATTRIBUTED TO THOMAS FRANCIS WAINEWRIGHT (1794-1883), “Cattle and Horses in a Seaside Field”, O.O.P., bears signature Wainwright lower right, 8in (20cm) x 16in (41cm). (1) €180 - 250

739 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY WARDROBE, the moulded cornice above two arched paned doors, raised on a plinth, 53 inches ( 135cm). (1) €100 - 150 739A A FINE HEAVY LARGE WOOL RUG, Versaille Palace collection, natural New Zealand wool, the fawn ground with Neoclassical style design, with scrolling floral sprays, ribbon bows, and roundels with rosettes, inside a conforming border, 7ft6 (294cm) x 9ft6 (227cm). (1) €200 - 300 741 A FINE CARVED GILTWOOD WALL MIRROR, in George III style O.R.M., the shaped plate crested with flowerheads and foliage, the frame with C-scrolls and scrolling foliage and hanging swags, 52” (132cm) x 31” (79cm). (1) €300 - 500 746 BERRISFORD HILL (BRITISH, B.1930), ‘Study of a Standing Greyhound’, O.O.C., 23” (59cm) x 31.5” (80cm). (1) €180 - 250

734 A VARIEGATED ROUGE PLINTH, twentieth century, with octagonal top and conforming flared base, 38” (97cm) high. (1) €400 - 600

751 NINETEENTH CENTURY FRENCH SCHOOL, “The Miller, his Son and the Donkey”, O.O.P., 6” (15cm) x 4” (10cm), inscribed, in ebonised frame. (1) €200 - 300 752 A SILHOUETTE LACE WORK PORTRAIT OF A LADY, by Elizabeth Waters, Fortrose, Scotland, 4.75” (12cm) oval; and another miniature portrait depicting a noble group, 3” (7.5cm) tondo. (2) €80 - 120 753 NINETEENTH CENTURY IRISH SCHOOL, oval miniature portrait of a gentleman, wearing a black jacket and black bow tie, on ivory, 2.75 (7cm); and another of a lady with hair in ringlets, 2.75” (7cm). (2) €100 - 120 754 A SMALL MINIATURE PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG CHILD, tondo, in circular white metal and jewelled pendant, 1.75” (5cm); together with another small Georgian oval miniature portrait of a gentleman wearing a black jacket, on ivory, 1.25” (4cm); and one other oval miniature portrait. (3) €80 - 150 755 EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, oval portrait of a pale-faced gentleman, with heavy black overcoat and black bow tie, on ivory, 2.75” (7cm) diameter; together with another profile portrait of a gentleman, W.C., 3.5” (9cm) x 3” (7.5cm). (2) €120 - 150 756 EIGHTEENTH CENTURY MINIATURE PORTRAIT OF A LADY, tondo, on ivory wearing a light green dress with lace trim, 2” (5cm) diameter. (1) €80 - 150

735 A GEORGE III STYLE CIRCULAR BURR ELM BREAKFAST TABLE, with nicely figured and moulded top, on a baluster stem with quadruple pod, O.R.M., 47” (119cm). (1) €300 - 400

757 NINETEENTH CENTURY FRENCH SCHOOL, oval miniature portrait of a lady, probably Marie Antoinette on ivory, 2.5” (6cm) diameter, in carved and bead-moulded wooden frame. (1) €80 - 150

736 AN EXTREMELY ATTRACTIVE IRANIAN STAIRS AND LANDING CARPET, machine made, as new, never used, still in the roll, burgundy ground, with all over floral pattern and dark conforming border, 100ft (3048cm) x 2ft7 (79cm). (1) €500 - 800


750 FOLLOWER OF CLAUDE JOSEPH VERNET (1714-1789), “Shipping in a Harbour with Figures”, O.O.P., 4.75” (11.5cm) x 6.75” (17cm). (1) €300 - 500

758 LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY AMERICAN SCHOOL, oval miniature portrait of a gentleman, probably Mr Thomas Bradley, wearing a mustache and bow tie in black, W.C., on paper, 5.25” (13cm) diameter; together with a nineteenth century silhouette profile portrait of a lady wearing a lace bonnet. (2) €80 - 120 61

759 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, a silhouette profile miniature portrait, “Gentleman with Bow Tie and Black Jacket”, 4” (10cm) x 3” (7.5cm); together with another similar in rosewood frame. (2) €80 - 150 760 NINETEENTH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, oval miniature profile portrait of a military officer in black uniform with dagger, W.C., 3” (7cm) x 2.5” (6cm); together with another silhouette profile portrait miniature of a gentleman. (2) €80 - 150 761 CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, c.1900, an oval portrait miniature of a young boy with curly hair, on ivory, 3” (7.3cm); together with another nineteenth century oval miniature portrait of a lady in black dress, wearing a pearl necklace, 2;5” (6cm); and one other oval miniature profile portrait of a lady, W.C. on card. (3) €100 - 150 762 NINETEENTH CENTURY CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, an oval miniature portrait of a lady wearing a hat and pearl necklace, on ivory, 2.5” (6cm); another miniature “The Princess Beatrice of Savoy”, tondo, 2” (5cm); and one other early oval ditto depicting mother and three children in a landscape, 2” (5cm). (3) €100 - 150 763 NINETEENTH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, oval miniature portrait of a gentleman, with trimmed grey powdered hair, black jacket, and striped white waistcoat, on ivory, 3” (7cm). (1) €80 - 100 764 NINETEENTH CENTURY ANGLO-IRISH SCHOOL, oval miniature portrait of a gentleman wearing black bow tie, black jacket, with silver and gold watch chain, 3” (7.5cm), on ivory; together with a smaller Irish miniature portrait of a young gentleman, probably Arthur Murray of Ashfield Co. Meath, c. 1860, 2.5” (6cm). (2) €140 - 160 765 CIRCLE OF FREDERICK BUCK, oval miniature portrait, “Gentleman Wearing White Shirt, Black Tie and Jacket”, on ivory, 3.5” (9cm), in black lacquered frame, inscribed verso, and one other oval miniature of a gentleman, said to be William Pool. (2) €100 - 150 766 A MODERN PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF NAPOLEON, depicted in officer’s uniform, indistinctly signed, tondo, 2.5” (6cm) in wooden frame; together with an oval miniature portrait of a young lady; a miniature portrait of a young child; and one other oval miniature of a lady. (4) €70 - 120 62

767 NINETEENTH CENTURY CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, oval miniature portrait of a young peasant girl holding a bowl in a landscape, W.C., 4.5” (11cm). (1) €80 - 120 768 OVAL PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF A YOUNG LADY, C.1900, on porcelain, in fitted triptych case, 3” (7cm); together with another twentieth century miniature by May. B. Lee, “Gentleman in Cream Suit” 5” (13cm) x 3.5” (9cm). (2) €80 - 100 769 REINHARD C.1811, “Portrait of a Gentleman in black jacket”, miniature on ivory, signed and dated 1811, 2.5” (6.5cm), in gilt frame. (1) €100 - 150 770 NINETEENTH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, oval miniature portrait of a woman wearing a lace bonnet with blue ribbon, W.C. on card, 3.75” (10cm); another similar of a young woman, both in black lacquered frames; together with one other “A Gent with Bow Tie and Check Waistcoat”, thought to be Sir Robert Henry Dick of Tullymet. (3) €80 - 100 771 MAYER C. 1878, oval miniature portrait of a lady wearing a blue dress, seated in a red chair, and her companion, a gentleman in black jacket and bow tie, both indistinctly signed and dated, W.C. on paper, a pair, 3.75” (9.5cm). (2) €80 - 150 772 A TWENTY FOUR-PIECE COALPORT BLUE, GILT AND WHITE COFFEE SERVICE, comprising twelve cups, and twelve saucers. (24) €70 - 120 773 A COLLECTION OF WATERFORD CRYSTAL GLASS, comprising six Kylemore claret glasses, six Kylemore sherry glasses, six Kylemore tumblers, and six Eileen liqueur glasses, all in original packaging, four boxes. (4) €120 - 150 774 A FINE CANTEEN OF SILVER-PLATE CUTLERY, comprising eight dinner knives, eight supper knives, eight dinner forks, eight supper forks, eight fish knives, eight fish forks, four table spoons, eight tea spoons, eight coffee spoons, eight dessert spoons, and eight soup spoons, in lift top mahogany case with drawer. (84) €200 - 300

775 A VICTORIAN TRIPLE-NECK CUT-GLASS DECANTER AND STOPPER; a cut-glass claret jug and stopper, as is; and a pair of Chinese cloisonne vases, each of hexagonal tapering form, decorated with panels of flowers and all over scroll pattern, 5.25” (13cm). (4) €70 - 120 776 A VERY ATTRACTIVE FAIRYLAND TYPE POWDER BLUE CARLTON WARE BOWL, decorated with Chinoiserie scenes, set with semi-precious stones, on a conforming three legged porcelain base, the bowl 10” (25cm) diameter. (2) €80 - 150 777 A FRENCH PORCELAIN CLOCK, with small pendulum movement, in the shape of an artist palette, decorated with cavalier and lady by a castle, 11.5” (29cm). (1) €100 - 150 778 A LATE WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY TEA CADDY, of sarcophagus form, applied with two brass ring handles, the top opening to reveal two lidded canisters and a cut glass mixing bowl, with ornate body and bead mouldings, and raised on four bun feet, 14” (35cm) wide. (1) €150 - 250 780 THREE CHINESE COMPOSITION FIGURES, another driftwood wooden figure, depicting a polar bear; a Satsuma spoon dish, and a grapple-stuffed grotesque doll, with glazed terracotta head and hands, with mouth open; and a small nickel plated steam kettle. (7) €40 - 60 782 A GOOD REPLICA WORLD WAR II PILOTS FUR-LINED JACKET, by the Cockpit Clothing Company, Southampton, as new. (1) €100 - 200 783 A COLLECTION OF TWELVE LESLEY ANN IVORY’S CATS, each porcelain plate with signed certificate of authenticity, depicting cats, created exclusively for Danbury Mint, each in original packaging, each plate 8” (20.5cm); together with six cat mugs, also in original packaging. (18) €120 - 150 784 A COLLECTION OF TWELVE LIMITED EDITION COLLECTORS PLATES, the majority with certificates of authenticity and numbers, including items from the Art of Fishing collection by Gary Pattison; Heroes of the Sky by Michael Turner Royal Doulton; Royal Doulton Royal Air Force seventy fifth anniversary plate, with certificate; Royal Doulton First Flight of the Hawker Hurricane 6th November 1935; and other plates commemorating the British Royal Air Force etc. (12) €100 - 150


785 A PAIR OF STEIFF MILLENNIUM BEARS, button in ear, each in original packaging. (2) €100 - 150 786 A PAIR OF STEIFF MILLENNIUM BEARS, button in ear, each in original packaging. (2) €100 - 150 787 A PAIR OF STEIFF MILLENNIUM BEARS, button in ear, each in original packaging. (2) €100 - 150 788 A LARGE COLLECTION OF NICELY BOUND HARDBACK BOOKS, relating to race horses down through the years, including Chasers and Hurdlers, some with statistical companions, in red and green bound publications, some in their original hard bound sleeves, twenty-five presentation. (a lot) €150 - 250 789 A COMPREHENSIVE MASONS IRONSTONE DINNER SERVICE, Strathmore pattern, comprising twelve 10” (26cm) dinner plates; thirteen pudding or soup bowls; ten supper plates; eight side plate; four smaller plates; twelve coffee cups; eleven coffee saucers; a pair of sauce boats; a set of three vegetable tureens and covers; a pair of meat platters, a water jug and bowl; bread plate; a pepper castor; two oval toothpick holders; and another tureen and cover. (84) €150 - 250 790 A FINE GEORGE III PERIOD MAHOGANY CHEST-ON-CHEST with Greek key moulded cornice above three long and two short drawers, on a base, with three long drawers and raised on bracket feet, 66.5” (169cm) high, 43.5” (110cm) wide. (1) €600 - 900 791 A REGENCY PERIOD MAHOGANY DROP LEAF SOFA TABLE, with good patina, the two frieze drawers flanked to either side with D-shaped flap and raised on rectangular standards, united by an arched stretcher, on four reeded splade legs, terminating in brass castors, 5ft (150cm) extended. (1) €600 - 900 792 A PAIR OF POLISHED WALNUT BEDSIDE PEDESTALS, each with a marble inset top and a frieze drawer above a cupboard door, the front rounded corners carved with foliage, and raised on turned tapering legs, 30.5” (77cm) high, 18” (46cm) wide. (2) €200 - 300

793 A LARGE HEAVY BRASS COUNTER TOP SCALES, with rectangular mahogany base, the octagonal baluster stem with pierced cross bar, supporting two brass pans with a matched set of weights, 36” (91cm) high, 26” (66cm) wide. (1) €300 - 350 794 A GEORGE III PERIOD MAHOGANY SWINGFRAME DRESSING TABLE MIRROR, with serpentine shaped front and oval plate, raised on shaped supports, with three frieze drawers, raised on bracket feet, 18” (46cm). (1) €350 - 400 795 A VERY ATTRACTIVE EARLY VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD TEA POY, the sarcophagus shaped top opening to reveal a fitted interior, on a vase shaped stem, and quatrefoil concave base, with four scroll legs, 30” (76cm) high, 14” (36cm) wide. (1) €500 - 600 796 AN ATTRACTIVE COPPER COAL HELMET, embossed with scrolling foliage, swing handle on stem base, 18 “(40cm) wide. (1) €200 - 250 797 A VICTORIAN WALNUT LADIES WORK TABLE, the hinged top opening to reveal a mirror and slotted interior above a frieze drawer with small wool box, raised on four turned stems and down-turned legs united by a turned stretcher 21” (53cm). (1) €180 - 250

801 A CIRCULAR GEORGIAN STYLE MAHOGANY CENTRE TABLE, with circular top, on baluster shaped turned stem and tripod base, 19” (29cm) wide. (1) €70 - 120 802 AN EDWARDIAN WALNUT PURDONIUM, with three-quarter pierced brass gallery, on turned supports with recessed mirror and carved pull down fuel compartment, with heavy brass carrying handle and turned legs, 38” (97cm) high, 14” (36cm) wide. (1) €280 - 350 803 A CIRCULAR GILT WALL MIRROR IN THE GEORGE III STYLE, O.R.M., with gadroon and bead-moulded edge around a wide band of bevelled mirror panels, and a large centre mirror plate, 44.5” (113cm) diameter. (1) €350 - 450 804 A VERY ATTRACTIVE BRASS SIX-BRANCH SEVEN-LIGHT BRASS CEILING LIGHT, the centre in the form of a basket with centre torch shade, and a brass corona issuing three leaf suspenders, the basket issuing six leaf cast arms, each with a frosted glass shade, approximately 30” (76cm) high, 24” (61cm) wide (1) €300 - 400

798 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, ‘The Interior of a Tudor House’, depicting floral arrangements and period furniture, indistinctly signed and dated lower right, 14.5” (37cm) x 19.5” (50cm). (1) €150 - 250 799 A FRENCH WING BACK CARVED GILTWOOD ARM CHAIR, the 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) €450 - 650 800 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 floral panel to the serpentine fronted seat, the framed back moulded with scrolling foliage, and conforming front elbow rests, a the seat with a carved frieze, and raised on leaf carved cabriole legs with shell pad feet, a pair. (2) €700 - 1,100

805 805 A VERY ATTRACTIVE GILT BRASS MOUNTED GLASS HALL LANTERN, in the form of an acorn, with leaf cast C-scroll corona above four rosettes, and four curved slats supporting four cut and frosted glass panels, each panel with hanging fruit swags tied with fruit bows, terminating in a pineapple, 24” (61cm). (1) €300 - 400 63

806 A JAPANESE CARVED CHERRYWOOD FIGURE, modelled as an old bearded man, on pierced stand, 14.5” (37cm) high. (1) €70 - 90 807 – see page 65 808 A FINE FRENCH EMPIRE GILT BRONZE AND BRONZE MANTEL CLOCK, c.1810, the silk suspension movement and outside count wheel, striking on a steel bell, the case with classical woman holding a book, by a book case, supporting a circular enamel dial, with Roman numerals, in a leaf cast frame, on a rectangular plinth, the frieze in relief with cherubs and a central portrait of a woman with helmet amongst scrolling foliage and wreaths, raised on conforming leaf scroll legs, 17” (43cm) high, 11” (28cm) wide. (1) €1,200 - 1,500 809 A FOLD OVER MAHOGANY TEA TABLE, with centre frieze drawer raised on square fluted legs, 43” (109cm). (1) €100 - 150 810 A GEORGIAN MAHOGANY WINGBACK ARMCHAIR, with cushion seat, raised on front square legs united by a h stretcher. (1) €500 - 800

811 AN ORIGINAL KYNOCH LIMITED MIRROR, painted with an arrangement of shotgun cartridges, around a central trademark crest, each row of cartridges with the tradename “Primax, Bonax, Opex, Grouse, Perfectly Gas Light, Swift”, and two other indistinct in original Canoc frame, stamped, 31” (79cm) high, 27 “(69cm) wide. (1) €800 - 900 812 ATTRIBUTED TO HENRY LEONIDAS ROLFE (1824-1881), “Study of a Pike on a Riverbank”, depicted in an extensive landscape, O.O.B., 19” (49cm) x 32.25” (82cm). (1) €500 - 700 813 A LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY BRONZE ETRUSCAN VASE, decorated with double-scroll handles, the central band decorated with figures leading a procession and other figures on horseback, with stem base, 10.75” (27cm) high. (1) €100 - 150 814 A PERSIAN HAMADAN RUNNER, with a row of diamond medallions, on an burgundy red and ivory ground, inside an ivory border, 8ft11 (271cm) x 3ft (92cm). (1) €200 - 300

811 815 AFTER JOHN FREDERICK HERRING SNR. (1795-1865), “A Study of Three Horses Feeding with Two Pigeons”, O.O.B., 22” (56cm) x 27” (69cm). (1) €400 - 600 816 VICTORIAN SCHOOL, “The Wedding Dress”, depicting an elegant bride with an open jewellry box and floral bouquet on draped table, O.O.B., 21” (53cm) x 15.5” (39cm). (1) €500 - 800 817 EIGHTEENTH CENTURY ITALIAN SCHOOL, “Peasant Woman in Bare Feet Feeding Young Children and other Peasants approaching by a Castle”, O.O.C., 22.5” (57cm) x 30.5” (77cm). (1) €800 - 1,500





807 A RARE “BONZO BANK” MECHANICAL TOY BANK, by Saalheimer & Strauss Germany, c.1920’s/30’s, the bank is stamped Germany and with company logo SS in a circle, the front inscribed with directions of use, with lever and the dogs mask, under an arched top, the sides of the bank feature geometric designs, the under side with a trap door, 7” (18cm) high, 3.5” (9cm) wide, 2” (5cm) deep. (1) €1,500 - 2,000


820 A VERY GOOD QUALITY LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY CUT-GLASS AND BRASSMOUNTED OIL LAMP, with cut-glass reservoir and hollow cut-glass stem, on a circular foot, 29” ( 74cm)h. (1) €200 - 300 821 A CARVED JAPANESE NINETEENTH CENTURY POLYCHROME AND GILT DECORATED FIGURE, depicting Juichimen Kannon, (Eleven-headed Kannon), holding vase in left hand, and palm of right hand facing forward, on carved lotus leaf stand base, (the Goddess of Mercy) 23” (59cm) high. (1) €150 - 250 822 A HEAVY RELIEF CAST BRONZE EWER, with rustic handle, surmounted with a cherub and grotesque mask below, the body with classical scenes depicting cherubs etc., on vine cast circular stem base, 22.5” (58cm) high . (1) €150 - 250


818 ROBERT JOHN HAMMOND (ACT.1879-1911), “On a Perchier Moore” depicting boy and girl fishing on a river bank, O.O.C., 9.5” (24cm) x 13.5” (34cm); and it’s companion, “A Highland Cottage”, both signed lower left, a pair, each in attractive gilt frame. (2) €1,800 - 2,000

819 JAMES HARDY JNR (1832-1889), “Waiting for Lunch after the Morning Hunt”, W.C., signed lower left, also signed and inscribed verso, 12.5” (32cm) x 18” (48cm). (1) €1,700 - 2,000

823 A LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY OPALINE AND PINK GLASS TABLE LAMP, with ornate gilt brass mounts, and Greek key decoration, on a square fluted stem base, with concave corners, 22” (56cm) high. (1) €200 - 300 824 A PAIR OF NINETEENTH CENTURY CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE CRACKLEWARE BOTTLE FORM VASES, each decorated with two figures and bats, and overlaid with a brown three-claw dragon, each 12” (31cm). (2) €150 - 250 825 A PAIR OF CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE VASES, probably late nineteenth century, with all-over floral design and two dragons in relief, under a flaring neck, 10” (26cm) high. (2) €150 - 250 826 A RARE ART NOUVEAU KINGSWARE ROYAL DOULTON TWO-HANDLED VASE, D5719J, decorated in relief, depicting a cavalier drinking cider, and inscribed “Here’s a Health unto his Majesty”, the opposite side with two further cavaliers toasting, 12.75” (32cm). (1) €100 - 150 827 AN ATTRACTIVE PAIR OF LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY DRESDEN PORCELAIN TWOBRANCH CANDELABRA, each encrusted with scrolling flowers and painted with figures in landscapes and further flowers, each with a centre floral bouquet, issuing two flower-encrusted arms, on a baluster stem and shaped circular foot, 12.5” (32cm). (2) €150 - 250

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828 A HEAVY CARVED CHINESE THREE COLOUR SOAPSTONE GROUP, modelled as a phoenix amongst flowering plants, on a conforming four legged carved base, 16” (41cm) overall. (1) €100 - 200

837 A GOOD EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY CHINESE CLOISONNE BOWL, with gilt rim and foot, profusely decorated with flowers, in red, green, blue and white, 7.25” (18.5cm). (1) €150 - 250

829 TWO LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY CHINESE CARVED NETSUKES, one modelled as a boy holding a bag and the other a boy with a jar, both signed, 1.25” (3cm). (2) €80 - 120

838 A NINETEENTH CENTURY CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE BOWL OR JARDINIERE, depicting female figures on balconies, 7.75” (19.5cm) diameter. (1) €200 - 300

830 A LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY CHINESE GILT METAL MOUNTED SNUFF BOTTLE, set with semi-precious stones and conforming stopper, 3” (8cm). (1) €80 - 120

840 A QUANTITY OF MISCELLANEOUS AND CUT GLASS, comprising a large circular stemmed bowl, 9” (23cm); a smaller cut-glass bowl, 7.5” (19cm); a circular cut-glass decanter lacking stopper, 8”, a smaller Victorian cut-glass decanter with prism stopper, 11” (28cm); a set of five cut-glass stemmed wines; two cut-glass tumblers; a pair of cut-glass brandies, and various other engraved and plain drinking glasses. (approximately 26) €80 - 150

831 A LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY CHINESE CARVED AND PIERCED JADE FIGURE, modelled with three boys forming a circle, on hardwood stan, 2.5” (6cm). (1) €200 - 300 832 A PAIR OF DRESDEN PORCELAIN FLOWER VASES OR CACHEPOTS, each decorated with colorful flowers and birds, each applied with two double rustic handles issuing flowerheads, on a baluster shaped body, each 7” (17.5cm). (1) €200 - 300 833 A CHINESE PORCELAIN STONEWARE FIGURE OF A BUDDHA HOLDING A FAN, in colourful drape, 12” (31cm); together with a smaller red ground ditto, 8” (20cm). (2) €50 - 70 834 TWO PAIRS OF UNUSUAL ARTS AND CRAFTS CARVED OAK BOOK RESTS, each with a grotesque mask, on a shaped bracket and square fluted foot, 8” (21cm) high. (4) €100 - 150 835 A NINETEENTH CENTURY MINIATURE PORTRAIT, depicting a gentleman wearing a black bowtie, black jacket and check waist coat, on ivory, 3” (8cm), in rosewood frame. (1) €80 - 120 836 A LARGE CIRCULAR CHINESE CLOISONNE BOWL, early twentieth century, profusely decorated allover with figures in landscapes, in iron red, blue, green and white, 10” (25cm). (1) €80 - 100

841 A COLOURFUL BOOTH’S CHINA DINNER SERVICE, Floradora pattern, six place setting; comprising dinner plates, supper plates, side plates, oval meat platter, sauce boat, a pair of vegetable tureens and covers; together with another Losol Ware dinner service, white with Greek key pattern gilt border, six place setting comprising three oval meat platters, a pair of vegetable tureens and covers, six dinner plates, six side plates, six supper plates, a sauce boat, a cheese dish, and cover,- two sets. (approximately 47 pieces) €80 - 150 842 A BOX CONTAINING A QUANTITY OF MISCELLANEOUS LINEN, tray cloths, doilies, table cloths, etc. (a lot) €40 - 60 843 R.B. DAVID (BR. NINETEENTH CENTURY), “Fisher Folk on a Beach at Sunset”, O.O.P., signed lower right, 9” (22.5cm) x 12” (30cm), and its companion, “River Landscape with Figures, a pair. (2) €400 - 600 844 A GOOD PAIR OF NINETEENTH CENTURY BRONZE AND GILT BRONZE OIL LAMPS, each fluted two-stage column, supporting a cutglass reservoir, on an etched and frosted glass shade, on square base with fluted bun feet, 33” (84cm) high including chimneys. (2) €250 - 350

845 AFTER THE POT A THERIAQUE, (THE THERIAC POT), 1624 - IN THE PAUL -DUPUY MUSEUM, PRECIEUX FRANCE A LARGE PEWTER VESSEL, 19th century, of octagonal bulbous form, with domed cover, etched with portraits, various figures of the day, the body with numerous inscriptions, and chased with scrolling foliage and figures, with lion mask handle to either side, and a further lion mask and ring handle to the front, on circular lobed stem base, also profusely engraved with landscapes, figures and dwellings, 18” (46cm) wide. (1) €300 - 400 846 AN ATTRACTIVE MOORCROFT POLYCHROME DECORATED POMEGRANATE PATTERN VASE, signed W. Moorcroft, with narrow neck, 7.5” (19cm) high. (1) €200 - 300 847 A LARGE GARNITURE, THREE EQUESTRIAN GROUPS, the larger group after August Poitevin 1191873, modelled with a semi-clad classical woman restraining a large horse, with leopardskin saddle, on a breakfront base, 22” (56cm) high, 23” (58cm) wide; together with two other similar smaller groups, one with a man restraining a horse, the other a woman, 14” (36cm) high, 16” (40cm) wide. (3) €300 - 500 849 A WILLIAM IV PERIOD BRASS INLAID ROSEWOOD SPECIMEN CHEST, the front door with two brass inlaid panels, opening to reveal four long drawers, within bobbin turned pilasters and raised on bun feet, 10” (26cm) high, 9.5” (24cm) wide. (1) €180 - 250 850 A SMALL GILT MIRROR, with gilt metal frame crested with a shell, above a shaped plate within leaf scroll frame, 25” (64cm) high, 16” (41cm) wide. (1) €70 - 120 851 A LARGE WATERFORD CRYSTAL CUT MOTIF BOWL, on circular stem foot, 9.5” (24cm) diameter, in original box. (1) €100 - 150 852 A PAIR OF PIERCED-BRASS COLUMN PRICKET CANDLESTICKS, each with a centre gourd and raised on pierced tripod base with scroll legs, 16” (41cm); together with a brass student’s desk lamp, with adjustable arm, 14” (35cm). (3) €150 - 200


853 AN UNUSUAL INDIAN BONE VENEERED BOTTLE VASE, with cylindrical flared neck, on a stem base, 15.5” (40cm). (1) €150 - 200 854 A FINE ANTIQUE VIOLIN, with two-part back, the nicely carved scroll stamped verso ‘Grand Solo Concert Violin Joachim’, bearing an internal label, ‘Nicolaus Amatus Fethet’, indistinct date, in fitted case with bow, overall length 23.75” (60cm). (1) €400 - 600 855 A 19TH CENTURY BOUDOIR EASEL TIME PIECE, in silvered case, crested with a Medici lion mask, above an alpine village scene, with figures under a clock tower, signed M. Hey, with gilt metal hands and Roman numerals, Swiss bar movement, and a chain attached for winding key, in working order, raised on three hoof feet, 5.5” (14cm) high, 3.5” (9cm) wide. (1) €400 - 500 856 CHRISTOPHER RICHARD WYNN-NEVINSON (1889-1946), ‘Railway Station with Bridge’, watercolour, signed with initials C.R.W.N., lower right, 12.5” (32cm) x 9.25” (25cm). (1) Provenance: Painting was once owned by Irish playwright Brian Behan, the brother of the famous playwright Brendan Behan. €350 - 550 857 A 19TH CENTURY FRENCH GILT METAL MANTEL CLOCK, with porcelain dial, Roman numerals and outside count wheel, by Japy Freres of Paris, the cylindrical drum surmounted with various trophies, flanked to one side with a classical lady, and two porcelain panels to the front, one depicting cherubs, the other flowers, raised on shaped legs, 11.5” (29cm) high, 17” (43cm) wide. (1) €200 - 300 858 AN EARLY BRASS ANGLE PROJECTION POLARISCOPE, by Newton & Co., Wigmore Street London, c. 1870 (also known as the Elbow Polariscope), with internal mirror, slide holder, rack, and pin focusing, lacking slides and box, 19” (48cm) wide. (1) €150 - 250

864 A COLLECTION OF SIX BOOKS, INCLUDING A 1950 AND 1961 BY ADAMS AND CHARLES BLACK; together with Debrett’s Peerage Baronetage, Knightage and Companionage, illustrated with armorial bearings,1947; Latin Dictionary by Lewis & Short; and The Times Gazetteer of the World, edited by G.G. Ohisholm. (6 volumes) €70 - 90

860 860 A VERY UNUSUAL SCALE MODEL OF A RED COLOURED PUB FRONT, the sign inscribed Wines & Spirits, Stouts & Ales, the large window with facsimile pub memorabilia, including a sailing boat with sail, Guinness and other drink advertising posters, an old sewing machine, a dome-top clock, etc., flanked to either side with two entrance doors, recessed again with pub advertising posters attached to the glass, on a grey plinth the sign supported with panel pilasters and scroll corbels, 27” (69cm) x 43” (109cm). (1) €450 - 550 861 JULIAN HILLS “Powerscourt”, pencil and graphic stick, on fabriano paper, 2004, 20” ( 51cm)H x 28.5” (72cm)w. (1) €80 - 120 862 THIRTY-NINE VOLUMES OF THE WAVERLEY NOVELS, by Sir Walter Scott, Edinburgh, printed by Adam & Charles Black 1860, cloth bound, paper labels. (39) €80 - 120 863 A COLLECTION OF ENCYCLOPAEDIAS, including Chambers, The English Illustrated Magazine, and a large Britannica volume. (34 volumes in total) €30 - 60 863A TWENTY VOLUMES OF THE INTERNATIONAL LIBRARY OF FAMOUS LITERATURE, half calf with marble bookends. (20) €30 - 50

859 NINETEENTH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, “Cattle Watering by a River with Figure and Thatched Cottages”, O.O.C., 10.5” (27cm) x 12” (33cm). (1) €200 - 300



865 DANTE’S INFERNO & DANTE’S PURGATORIO AND PARADISO, by Dante Alighieri, The Vision of Hell translated by The Reverent Henry Francis Cary M.A., new edition, illustrated by with the designs M. Gustave Dore, London by Cassell & Co. Limited London, Paris and New York, and the Vision of Purgatory and Paradise, two volumes with black and white illustrations, blue cloth, red and blue, 13.5” (34cm) x 10.5” (27cm). (2) €50 - 80 868 TWO BOXES OF MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS, comprising The Seanad Eireann Debates, six volumes 1925-1935; a scrapbook with manuscript listed contents and page numbers, relating to Ireland unions, free state, financing, farmers cases, etc., all from newspaper cuttings, approximately one hundred and twelve pages, with cloth binding; together with numerous other books, including Reader’s Digest, Mayfair Mysteries, Good Cooks Encyclopedia, Cage and Singing Birds (second edition), The Guide Book of English Coins (fourth edition), and many other cloth bound and paperback books. (approximately 50) €100 - 200 869 A LARGE QUANTITY OF MISCELLANEOUS GRAMOPHONE AND VINYL RECORDS, long play, various artists. (a lot) €60 - 90 870 VICTORIA (DUBOURG) FANTIN-LATOUR, FRENCH 1840-1926, “Still Life, Roses in a Glass bowl, on a Marble Ledge”, signed V. Dubourg lower left, 13.25” (34cm) x 19.5” (50cm). (1) €2,000 - 3,000 871 ALEXANDER JAMIESON, SCOTTISH (18731937), “White Marble Statue, Versaille”, O.O.C., inscribed verso, 16” (45cm) x 20” (51cm). (1) €600 - 800 872 REVEREND MARIAN PASKOWISCZ (20th/21st CENTURY), a rare straw picture depicting a cathedral, signed with initials M.P and dated 1965, 11.5” (29cm) x 15.5” (39cm); together with another straw picture depicting a portrait of Christ with the crown of thorns, signed and dated 1963, 14” (35cm) x 10.25” (27cm), to be sold with newspaper cutting relating to the artist Fr. Marian Paskowiscz. (3) €200 - 300


882 ANDREA JAMESON (1953), “Pink Rose in a Glass Jug”, O.O.C., 15.5” (39cm) x 11.5” (29cm). (1) €200 - 300 883 CHRISTINE HOPKINS (20th/21st CENTURY), “Market Scene in La Dordogne,”, W.C. and gouache, signed and inscribed verso, 15.5” (39cm) x 18.5” (47cm). (1) €150 - 250 884 DAVID CRONE (1937), “Figure Through a Window” abstract, W.C., signed and dated ‘65 lower centre, 18” (45cm) x 12.5” (32cm). (1) €200 - 250 885 BRIAN FERRAN (1940), “Abstract” O.O.P., 24” (61cm) x 18” (46cm). (1) €150 - 250

870 873 JAMES GREIG (1861-1941), a pair of beach scenes, watercolour and gouache, both signed, one indistinctly, 10.5” (27cm) x 15.25” (39cm). (2) €150 - 250

879 AN INLAID AND CROSS-BANDED MAHOGANY THREE DRAWER PEDESTAL, raised on a moulded base, 23” (74cm) x 18” (45cm). (1) €150 - 250

874 BRIAN FERRAN (1940), “Abstract”, O.O.P., 18” (45cm) x 14.5” (37cm). (1) €150 - 250

880 ALICIA BOYLE (1908-1996), “Hockey’s House”, W.C., signed lower right, also inscribed verso, 19” (48cm) x 14” (36cm). (1) €100 - 200

875 19th CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, W.C., sketch depicting a woman on a balcony at an opera, probably Queen Victoria at the Covent Garden opera 1838, inscribed verso, 5” (12.5cm) x 2” (5cm). (1) €100 - 150

881 ALICIA BOYLE (1908-1996), “The Hurdle Maker’s Tent, O.O.C.B., 15.25” (39cm) x 20” (50cm). (1) €200 - 300

887 JOHN MURPHY (20th/21st CENTURY), “White Wash”, depicting a shed on the side of a road, O.O.C., signed lower left, 18” (46cm) x 24” (61cm). (1) €150 - 200 888 ALICIA BOYLE (1908-1996), “Orchard Path, Turks Hill 1958”, W.C., inscribed verso, 14” (36m) x 18.5” (47cm). (1) €100 - 150 889 MAP OF THE CITY OF DUBLIN, black and white, engraved from the actual survey for the picture of Dublin, published by Baldwin, Cradock and Joy London, September 1821 and engraved by Sidney Hall Brewery Street Bloomsbury, 18.5” (47cm)h x 19.5” (49cm) w; together with a coloured print after George Moreland, “Figures with Donkeys by a Cottage, unframed. (2) €70 - 120

876 A SCENE FROM THE TAM-O-SHANTER, “Figures on White Horse Outside Joseph Davidson Pub”, W.C., 9” (23cm) x 11.25” (29cm). (1) €350 - 400 877 A BRONZE FIGURE, modelled as a gentleman with his elbow resting on a draped tree stump, raised on rectangular moulded base, 9.25” (23.5cm) high. (1) €300 - 350

890 ALICIA BOYLE (1908-1996), “Interior Scene”, O.O.C., signed with monogram, A.B. lower right, inscribed verso, 19.5” (50cm) x 30” (76cm). (1) €80 - 150

878 ALICIA BOYLE (1908-1996), “A Canvas Covered Shelter with Figure”, W.C., bares artist studio ticket verso, 15.5” (29cm) x 19” (48cm). (1) €100 - 150


886 NIAMH MORAN (20TH/21ST CENTURY), “The House that Fell from the Sky”, signed lower right and dated 2007, mixed media on paper, 19” (48cm) x 14” (35cm). (1) €150 - 250

891 ALICIA BOYLE (1908-1996), “The Hero’s Weed, Bellarena”, O.O.C., signed with monogram lower right, signed and inscribed verso, 40” (102cm) x 29.5” (75cm). (1) €200 - 300 69

892 AFTER SAMUEL HOWITT, a set of five coloured shooting prints, 20th century, each 17” (43cm) x 21.5” (54cm). (5) €100 - 150 893 FOLLOWER OF ANDREW NICHOLL, “Poppies and other Wild Flowers in a Field by a Beach”, W.C, 20” (51cm) x 28.25” (72cm). (1) €200 - 300 894 A CHINESE CARVED IVORY PUZZLE BALL, with dragons in relief, approx 2.5” (6cm); together with four other pieces of Chinese carved ivory. (5) €80 - 120 895 AN EARLY POLISHED BRONZE MYTHOLOGICAL FIGURE, depicting a deific toad amulet holding an instrument, with mouth wide open, probably Aztec, 2.5” (6cm). (1) €100 - 200 896 AN EARLY CARVED HARD STONE FIGURE, modelled as a hippopotamus, 2.25” (6cm); a carved figural amulet, probably Benin Yoruba, with circular painted face, and outspread arms, 3.25” (8.5cm); and another Inuit composition souvenir group, modelled with man in sled being pulled by huskies, on rectangular oak base, 11.5” (29cm). (3) €80 - 120 897 A PAIR OF PORCELAIN AND GILT METAL CANDELABRA, one modelled with a woman, the other a man, on rococo style bases, 16” (41cm) high. (2) €70 - 90 898 A PAIR OF TALL CAST BRASS CANDELABRA, each with an unusual stem, and pierced knop entre, raised on a tripod base, with three balln-claw feet, each in dismantled condition, as is; together with other assorted brass including a three-piece brass ceiling light, a figural wall light, three branch table lamp, etc. (a lot) €80 - 120 898A A PAIR OF PORCELAIN FIGURAL CANDELABRA, one modelled as a lady, the other a gentleman, both supporting two branches and a centre light, with porcelain sockets. (2) €80 - 100 900 A FOUR TIER VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD WHATNOT, with bead turned supports and serpentine shaped shelves. (1) €150 - 200


901 A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY CHEST, with four long drawers, each with flame pattern, raised on bun feet, with glass handles, 41” (104cm) wide. (1) €100 - 150 902 A VICTORIAN SERPENTINE-FRONTED MAHOGANY SWING FRAME DRESSING TABLE MIRROR, with arched plate. (1) €30 - 50 903 A VICTORIAN BOHEMIAN BLUE, WHITE AND GILT DECORATED VASE, of trumpet form, on hexagonal base, 16” (41cm) high; together with a Victorian cranberry glass vase, on mirror plateau, 16” (41cm) high. (2) €60 - 90 904 A COLLECTION OF EIGHT VARIOUS 19TH CENTURY PEWTER FOOD AND JELLY MOULDS, the majority of circular reeded form, the largest 6” (15cm); together with a cylindrical pewter cream flask with arched handle. (8) Provenance: Lissadell house, lots 396 and 93 Christies Sale on the premises 5th November 2003 €80 - 120 906 A SMALL PRINT AFTER WILLIAM RUSSELL FLINT, an oval portrait print “Guitar Players”, another “A Woman”, and another print. (3) €20 - 30 907 A GOOD OLD COPPER COAL SCUTTLE, with matching shovel, by J. Gale of Chippenham, on circular stem base, 21” (54cm) high. (2) €80 - 120 908 MODERN PAINTING, depicting young girl bathing with puppy at her side, and another painting, unframed, “Still Life with Roses”, both O.O.P. (2) €40 - 60 909 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS ANTIQUE STYLE DECORATIONS, comprising a pair of wooden pricket candle stands, a pair of Florentine gilt candlesticks, three models of cherubs, a pair of candle lanterns, and another pair of short candle sticks. (11) €80 - 120 910 A 19TH CENTURY SERPENTINE-FRONTED PARQUETRY INLAID WALL CLOCK, the dial with Roman numerals and signed J.G. Graves of Sheffield, flanked to either side with turned columns and urn finials, on a scroll base, 38” (97cm) high, 16” (41cm) wide. (1) €60 - 90

911 AN EIGHT-DAY INLAID MAHOGANY LONGCASE CLOCK, by J. Stuart of Ayre, the arched and moulded top above an arched brass dial signed in the arch, above a circular brass chapter ring, with Arabic and Roman numerals, date aperture without hand and a subsidiary dial for date, the engraved centre with thistles and other scrolling foliage, within attractive spandrels and flanked with two reeded canted corners, above an inlaid long trunk door, with fluted quarter-turned columns, on a moulded inlaid box base, on bracket feet, 82.5” (210cm) high, 19.5” (50cm) wide. (1) €300 - 500 913 A NEST OF THREE CHINESE HARDWOOD OCCASIONAL TABLES, each with rectangular graduating moulded top, 19.5” (50cm) wide. (3) €80 - 120 914 MODERN SCHOOL, a large painting depicting three gundogs; another larger similar ditto with greyhounds, both unframed. (2) €60 - 90 915 19th/20th CENTURY SOUTH EAST ASIAN SCHOOL, “Figure in a Boat by a Waterfall”, O.O.C., laid on board, 22” (55cm) x 44.5” (113cm). (1) €60 - 90 916 L. BROWN (20th/21st CENTURY AUSTRALIA), “House in Outback Australia” O.O.P.; together with two other Australian signed paintings, various sizes. (3) €60 - 80 917 A REGENCY STYLE CIRCULAR MAHOGANY LIBRARY DRUM TABLE, with four mock and four frieze drawers, raised on a turned stem with quadruple pod, and brass lion paw feet, as is, 49” (124cm) diameter. (1) €100 - 150 918 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY ARCHED TOP SWING-FRAME DRESSING TABLE MIRROR, on two scroll supports, raised on rectangular base, 26” (66cm) wide. (1) €60 - 90 919 A GOOD SET OF FIVE MAHOGANY SHIELDBACK CHAIRS, each pierced splat with fluted band above a stuff-over seat, covered in dark blue fabric and raised on front square tapering legs; together with a pair of similar ditto. (7) €100 - 150


920 AN OLD RECTANGULAR PINE SIDE TABLE, with long frieze drawer, raised on square tapering legs, 40” (101cm) wide. (1) €30 - 50 921 A GEORGIAN STYLE MAHOGANY SLOPEFRONT BUREAU, the interior fitted with drawers and pigeon holes, with two doors below, raised on bracket feet, 30” (76cm). (1) €40 - 60 922 AFTER EVA GONZALES, “Two Kids in the Sand Dunes”, coloured print on canvas; together with another coloured print, “ The Goose Girl”, after Stanley Royle. (2) €70 - 90 923 AN EDWARDIAN WALNUT PERDONIUM, with rouge and white speckled marble top, and a brass gallery, the drop-front panel carved with foliage, 25” (64cm) high, 14.5” (37cm) wide. (1) €60 - 90 924 AN ANTIQUE TURKISH RUNNER, the ivory field with two large medallions, with stylised decoration, inside an iron red border and dark blue spandrels, 15ft (457cm) x 4ft2 (127cm). (1) €150 - 250 925 TWO SIMILAR UNUSUAL SEVENTEENTH CENTURY STYLE OCCASIONAL TABLES OR STOOLS, each with solid moulded top, on baluster shaped standards, one with lion paw feet, both approximately 24” (61cm) wide. (2) €100 - 150 926 W.D.J. HAINES, “Poppy Field Red Sky”, O.O.C., signed, inscribed and dated 2009 verso, 19.5” (50cm) x 16” (40cm); together with a modern abstract by Vanessa Marsh, “Just deux Jours” O.O.C., signed lower right, signed, inscribed, and dated 2004 verso, 39.5” (100cm) x 24” (61cm)w. (2) €80 - 120 927 AN EDWARDIAN OVAL INLAID AND CROSSBANDED MAHOGANY CENTRE TABLE, raised on tapering fluted legs, and inlaid frieze, united by an oval stretcher shelf, 30” (76cm) wide. (1) €80 - 120 928 A VICTORIAN FIGURED WALNUT VIENNA STYLE WALL CLOCK, with arched pediment and three urn finials, above a two-stage enamel dial with Roman numerals, inside an arched glass door with acorn terminal, 51” (127cm) high, 15” (38cm) wide. (1) €60 - 90

929 A LARGE IRON RED GROUND ORIENTAL CARPET, with all over stylised pattern, inside a blue conforming border, with two smaller bands, 11ft5 (348cm) x 9ft9 (297cm). (1) €300 - 500 930 AN ANTIQUE PART-SILK TURKISH RUG, the floral field with centre blue and ivory medallion, inside a wide blue border with smaller bands, 6ft10 (208cm) x 4ft (122cm). (1) €100 - 200 931 A LONG ORIENTAL RUNNER, with rows of diamond shaped medallions, on a navy field, within three multi-coloured borders, 15ft (457cm) x 3ft (117cm). (1) €150 - 250 932 A HEAVY ORIENTAL WOOL RUG, the ivory ground with all-over floral pattern, inside an iron red floral border, 9ft11 (302cm) x 6ft7 (200cm). (1) €250 - 350 934 A PAIR OF WALNUT AND PARCEL GILT WINDOW SEATS, each with serpentine shaped top, above a padded seat, on shaped legs, adapted, 37” (94cm) wide. (1) €150 - 250 936 A GOOD VICTORIAN MAHOGANY FIVESHELF WATERFALL BOOKCASE, with cartouche crest issuing leaf scrolls, over graduating shelves and raised on turned legs, 58” (147cm) high, 42” (107cm) wide. (1) €350 - 550 937 A LARGE LATE VICTORIAN OR EARLY EDWARDIAN WALNUT TELESCOPIC DINING TABLE, the top with canted corners, and raised on turned and spiral reeded legs, 6ft6 (189cm) x 4ft11 (151cm) with the capability of extending to approximately 20ft. (1) €250 - 350 939 A COLLECTION OF SIXTEEN CINEMA PORTRAIT POSTCARDS, c.1953, of Brigid Bardot, in black and white; together with fourteen coloured ditto and fourteen black and white portrait images, 10” (26cm) x 8”(20cm). (40) €70 - 90 939A A VERY FINE SET OF SIXTY COLOURED PRINTS, “The Enid Blyton Nature Plates”, listed 1-60, after drawings by Eileen A. Sober, beautifully illustrated, 17” (43cm) x 21” (53cm), each titled and numbered, and in a brown cardboard portfolio, with list of titles 1-60 on the fold. (60) €200 - 300

940 A LARGE COLOURED GLOSSY CINEMA POSTER, “The Magic of Lassie” released by The International Picture Show Company, 1978 Lassie Productions Incorporated, 39” (99cm) x 25” (64cm); another very large early coloured cinema poster, for Darryl F. Zanuck production of “Hollywood Cavalcade” 54” (137cm) x 41” (104cm)w; and one other poster, depicting Roger’s and Hammerstein’s “State Fair” 30” (76cm) x 40” (102cm). (3) €80 - 120 941 AFTER HARRY KERNOFF, signed black and white print,”Street Scene”, 11” (28cm) x 40” (35cm); together with a coloured print, after Richard Ward, “An Owl with Butterfly”, 15” (38cm) x 11.5” (29cm). (2) €80 - 120 942 NINETEENTH CENTURY INDIAN SCHOOL, “Figures Chatting in a River Landscape”, W.C., 6” (15cm) x 9” (23cm); another similar Coastal Scene, W.C., 4” (10cm) x 9.25” (25cm); and one other W.C., “Landscape with Waterfall in Foreground”, 6” (15cm) x 8.75” (22cm), all uniformly framed. (3) €50 - 70 943 WILLIAM DADZ, “Portrait of a Hunter Standing by a Wall”, O.O.C., signed lower left and dated ‘23. (1) €300 - 350 944 A FACSIMILE COLOURED PUB POSTER, for McConnell’s Whiskey, from Gromac Distillery Belfast, framed, 18” (45cm) x 15” (38cm); together with a slightly smaller poster for Waught and Company Limited, Fine Old Whiskey, framed. (2) €100 - 120 945 A FINE CHINESE CARVED IVORY, GROUP, late nineteenth century, depicting seated laughing Buddha, with seven children climbing, one child holding a rat by his tail and he holding a bat in his right hand, beautifully carved, 7” (18cm), on circular moulded ebony base. (1) €2,500 - 3,000 946 HENRY MCLOUGHLIN (B.1937) “Donegal Landscape with Thatched Cottage and Turf Stacks”, O.O.C., signed lower left, 11” (28cm) x 14.5” (37cm). (1) €200 - 300 947 AFTER WILLIAM ALEXANDER CUTHBERTSON (ACT. c.1904-1946), “Fishing Boat in Calm Water”, O.O.B., indistinctly signed lower left, 13.5” (34cm) x 9.5” (24cm). (1) €150 - 250


948 DICK FRANCIS, “Hot Money” first English edition, signed by author, printed by Michael Joseph London, hardcover, in good dust jacket, first printing; together with Dick Francis, “Odd’s Against”, second impression 1966, printed by Michael Joseph London, hardcover, with dust jacket, fair; Alistair Maclean, “The Guns pf Navarone”, printed by Collins St James’s Place London 1957, dedicated to his mother, with dust jacket, fair; Ian Fleming, “You Only Live Twice”, printed by Jonathan Cape, with dust jacket, fair; Ian Fleming “Goldfinger”, this edition issued by the Book Club Sherry Cross Road London, with dust cover, fair; and Ian Flemming, “Octapussy”, printed by Jonathen Cape, 30 Bedford Square London, with dust jacket, fine condition. (6) €70 - 120 950 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS CRYSTAL GLASS, comprising a circular stem bowl with square foot, 8” (20cm); and approximately twenty seven various cut drinking glasses, wines, ports, tumblers, sherries, etc. (a lot) €70 - 120 951 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS DOMESTIC AND OTHER DRINKING GLASSES, including green glass wines, vases, jugs, bowls, carafes, etc. (a lot) €50 - 70

952 A SET OF THREE MODERN MALLET SHAPED DECANTERS WITH MATCHING STOPPERS, a pair of early twentieth century decanters with stoppers; a glass claret jug; a burgundy decanter, and various engraved and other decanters. (13) €100 - 150 953 A RARE STEEL SHORT SWORD, Kora, Nepal 19th century, with single edge blade broadening at the tip, the spine with double fullers and decorated with gilt highlights, carved steel hilt with spiral fluted grip, with traces of gilt decoration and etching to the blade, blade slightly rusted, 22.5” (57cm) the blade, 29” (73cm) overall. (1) €400 - 600 953A A PAIR OF MOUNTED STAG ANTLERS, each with multi-point horns, on shield shaped board, 35” (89cm) wide. (1) €180 - 250 954 A WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY WASH STAND, with three-quarter gallery and central bowl aperture, above a mock frieze drawer, raised on ring turned legs, united by a stretcher shelf, 24” (61cm) wide. (1) €70 - 120 955 A BRASS MOUNTED AND CAST IRON TUBULAR BED STEAD, green painted, 4ft (122cm). (1) €40 - 60


956 AFTER ANTHONY VAN DYCK, Portrait Charles I in Armour, O.R.M., in gilt frame, 35” (89cm) x 23” (59cm). (1) €150 - 200 957 A LARGE TWO COLOUR STONE JAR AND COVER, by Price of Bristol, with two handles, 16.25” (42cm); together with a stoneware spirit jar by Kennedy of Glasgow, 11.5” (29cm); a stoneware water filter, by Cheavin’s Saludore Filter, 19” (48cm); another small jar; a bed warmer; and another glass filter, 15” (38cm). (6) €80 - 150

958 A PAIR OF BRASS MOUNTED PORCELAIN TABLE LAMPS, O.R.M., each with two swan neck handles, on stepped base, 24” (62cm). (2) €80 - 150 959 A SILHOUETTE PROFILE PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN, by repute Henry Grattan, 18” (45cm) x 16” (41cm). (1) €100 - 200 960 A FINE INLAID MAHOGANY OCCASIONAL TABLE, the rectangular top with fan centre and fan corners, inside a moulded edge with re-entrant corners, and fan inlaid spandrels, raised on ornate leaf carved cabriole legs with ball-n-claw feet, 50” (127cm). (1) €250 - 350 961 A WILLIAM AND MARY STYLE GILT STOOL, the oblong padded top covered in attractive fabric, raised on six spiral reeded tapering legs, united by a series of shaped stretchers, 59” (150cm) wide. (1) €300 - 500 962 A VERY ATTRACTIVE SERPENTINE-SHAPED BUREAU PLAT WITH BRASS MOUNTS, the tooled leather inset over three mock and three frieze drawers, raised on cabriole legs, with brass mounts, 48” (122cm) wide. (1) €200 - 300 963 AN OBLONG MODERN WINDOW OR DRESSING STOOL, covered in attractive striped fabric, and raised on four cabriole legs, 37” (94cm) wide. (1) €40 - 60 964 A MODERN REGENCY STYLE PAINTED AND PARCEL GILT CHEVAL DRESSING MIRROR, raised on down turned legs, with leaf scroll feet, 69” (175cm) high, 29.5” (75cm) wide. (1) €200 - 300 965 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY TABLE, the moulded top with two spare leaves, 88” (222cm) long, 46” (117cm) wide, as is. (1) €250 - 350 966 A VERY ATTRACTIVE RECTANGULAR FRENCH BRASS-MOUNTED BUREAU-PLAT, the rectangular top with a tooled leather inset, with long frieze drawer, applied with a band of brass floral garlands continued around the frieze, and raised on brass mounted square tapering panelled legs, 45” (115cm) wide. (1) €700 - 1,100



Terms & Conditions for Buyers

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


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

By participating in our sales, all bidders and buyers acknowledge that they have read the above terms and agree to be bound by our conditions of sale. 74

Bidding Slip Sale No: 0257 Mealy’s Winter Sale 2017 Tuesday 7th and Wednesday 8th, November 2017 Please bid on my behalf at the above sale for the following Lot(s) up to the price(s) mentioned below. I agree to comply with the Notices and Conditions of Sale as printed in the Catalogue. I understand that in the case of a successful bid a premium of 20% + V.A.T. will be payable by me on the hammer price. Lot No

Title of Description

€Bid Price

Lot No

Title of Description


€Bid Price

Bids We will be pleased to execute bids on behalf of intending buyers, and no charge is made for this service. Lots will be purchased as cheaply as permitted by other bids and reserves. Bids must be submitted to the Commissions Department by 5.00 p.m. on day preceding auction, and should be entered on the forms provided. Bids left by telephone will be accepted only on the condition that they are at the senders risk and must in any case be confirmed in writing. Bank references are essential. With regard to this service – Mealy’s accept no responsibility for items not viewed, whether condition report has been given or not. * Intending buyers should note that bids are accepted in euro only. Payment for all lots purchased is to be made in euro. Bids sent by email may not be guaranteed, especially after the deadline. Please call the office to confirm any email bids. We accept no responsibility or liability for acts or omissions regarding any bids received after the deadline specified above. Telephone Bidding If you are unable to come to the auction it may be possible to bid on the telephone for higher value lots. Please note that this service is only for lots with an estimate of €200 euro or more. The number of lines is limited, so we would urge serious telephone bidding only and ask that you be prepared to bid over the top estimate. It would be advisable to leave a maximum covering bid in case we are not able to contact you by telephone. All lines must be booked and confirmed in writing before the day of the auction and preferably some time in advance. Telephone bidding involves many variables and whilst we take every care to ensure the smooth running of this service, we cannot be held liable if your bids are missed for any reason. Note: This bidding slip must be lodged with our office by 5.00 p.m. on day prior to sale.



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


All cheques or drafts are to be made payable to “Mealy’s Fine Art Ltd.” Third party cheques or drafts will not be accepted as payment for lots purchased. DELIVERY: All lots must be paid for and cleared by 5:00pm on Friday 10th November 2017. All clearing is at the purchaser’s risk and expense. Any lots not cleared by 5:00pm on Friday 10th November 2017, 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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Winter Sale Catalogue 2017  

The sale includes 1000 lots of fine art, antiques, and interiors from an array of period Irish town and country houses, including: the conte...

Winter Sale Catalogue 2017  

The sale includes 1000 lots of fine art, antiques, and interiors from an array of period Irish town and country houses, including: the conte...