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Mealy’s
The Spring Sale 2016
Tuesday 22nd & Wednesday 23rd March
158
DENIS. B. SHEAHAN, (American Fl. 1870-1900),
The Liberator, Daniel O’ Connell, standing full length
bronze, reddish brown patina, signed, inscribed NY
and dated 1881, on fixed square plinth base, 27in
(69cm) x 9in (23cm)w. (1)
€2000 - 3000
976
A VERY RARE 18TH CENTURY RED CHINOISERIE LAQUERED
LONG CASE CLOCK,
by James Defontaine of London, c.1735, the attractive arched brass
dial signed in the arch on a silverised panel, the panel crested with a
crown and two classical figures and flanked to either side with cherub,
above a silverised chapter ring with Roman and Arabic numerals and
subsidiary dial for seconds and a date aperture, under a rectangular
domed top with brass ball finials, the arched and glazed hood door
flanked with two brass mounted columns, eight day movement with
inside locking plate and striking movement, the trunk door, decorated
in the Chinoiserie style with figures, pagodas, birds and butterflies, on a
conforming moulded box base standing on a box base, 94.5in (240cm)
h x 17in (43cm). (1)
Note: According to a note inside the trunk door, this clock is recorded
in the Albert collection in the British Museum.
€3000 - 4000
Lot 154
The Spring Sale 2016
It’s About Time
Tuesday, 22nd and Wednesday, 23rd March
at our Castlecomer Saleroom, Kilkenny Road,
Castlecomer, Co. Kilkenny
commencing at 10.30am each day
Public Viewing:
Sunday 20th (noon-5pm) & Monday 21st (10am-5pm)
To include: one of Ireland’s largest private collections of clocks and other timepieces
from the estate of the late Mr Michael Guerin (1937-2015) whose lifelong passion for
collecting and the careful restoration of antique clocks has led to this outstanding and
varied collection of over 100 clocks & timepieces from across Ireland and Europe; the
collection of the late Mr Geoffrey O’Connor of Co. Kerry, a Pewter Society member,
including his celebrated pewter collection; and art & antiques from a variety of other Irish
estates and collections.
Michael Guerin, (1937-2015) was an enthusiastic collector of fine antique clocks and
timepieces in all their forms, who deeply admired the combination of their fine mechanisms,
the often intricate craft-work and material of their cases, and the history and legacy of their
makers. His lifelong passion for collecting and his careful restoration of antique clocks has The Late Michael Guerin
led to this outstanding and varied collection of clocks from across Ireland and Europe.
From an exceptional triple weighted Grand Sonnerie Viennese Regulator by Johann Kohl
of Vienna, to some very fine examples of French Boulle Clocks, Michael’s clocks come
in all shapes, sizes and designs. The collection contains some outstanding examples of
unique Irish clocks including long-case clocks by Rob Parsons of Limerick, Alex Gordon,
Chris Hull and J. Donegan of Dublin, and a rare example of a long-case clock with a
deadbeat escapement mechanism by Lawless of Dundalk. A large very rare 19th century
double fusee wall clock with intricate carving on the case by Chancellor and Son of Dublin
will be of particular interest to those with an eye for unusual clocks of Irish heritage.
In addition there are many fine examples of English and other European clocks in the
collection, including many high quality French mantel clocks, and some fine examples of
Black Forest Cuckoo clocks, including a large and rare trumpeting clock.
The Pewter Collection
of the late
Geoffrey O’Connor
As you leaf through this catalogue you will see a diverse and interesting collection, with each clock carefully
selected and restored by Michael for its unique quality and history. He took a real pride in his collection and his
passion of sharing his love and knowledge of antique clocks with other collectors and connoisseurs has left a
lasting legacy in the Irish collecting community.
Further details, fully illustrated catalogue, and online bidding available at WWW.MEALYS.IE
Castlecomer, Co. Kilkenny, Ireland
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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.
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Director of Business Development
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graduating with a double major with honours in Business & Law at UCD. He then trained
with PricewaterhouseCoopers Advisory Services during which time he sat and passed
the New York bar exams. He is member of the New York State Bar Association and is
a qualified attorney. He began training in Mealy’s in 2008 and is primarily focussed on
business development and auxilliary services.
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Consultant
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proprietor of Wine Academy Ireland, she is one of Ireland’s foremost wine educators.
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A PAIR OF EARLY CARVED WOODEN
POLYCHROME DECORATED FIGURES,
of religious trumpeters, each with a pink top and
green flowing dress, on a blue rugged stand, one
holding a bugel in her left hand and the other
holding a bugel in her right, 45in (114cm)h. (2)
€500 - 700
2
A 19TH CENTURY CANTONESE PORCELAIN
VASE,
with ormolu mounts and two dragon handles,
profusely decorated with noble figures and
butterflies, 28in (71cm)h, as is. (1)
€180 - 250
3
ELEANOR COHEN,
Gypsy Dancer, O.O.C., signed and dated lower left,
35.5in (90cm)h x 28in (71cm). (1)
€280 - 350
4
A LARGE SQUARE AND BRONZE METAL ART
DECO LANTERN,
the four arched panels, each with eight sections and
four milk glass panels below, terminating in an urn
section, 52in (132cm)h x 20in (51cm) approx. (1)
€700 - 900
1
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3
5
AN IRISH MAHOGANY WING ARMCHAIR,
in George II style, late 19th century, with tapestry
back, seat and side panels and scroll arm fronts,
raised on leaf carved cabriole legs with lion paw
feet. (1)
€900 - 1500
9
A LATE REGENCY PERIOD MAHOGANY FOLD
OVER CARD TABLE,
the top with rounded corners, above a plain frieze,
on octagonal upward tapering stem, raised on
a quadruple pod with brass lion paw feet, 36in
(92cm). (1)
€280 - 350
6
A GOOD OLD HARDY BROTHERS BRASS
MOUNTED THREE PART FLY SPINNING ROD,
with extra tip, in canvas case; together with another
fly spinning rod; and one other three part Hardy
spinning rod with extra tip. (3)
€100 - 200
10
KEN O’ NEILL (B.1967),
Perplexed, depicting a man with red umbrella and red
tie, view from the rear, standing on a beach facing
the sea, signed lower left, O.O.C., 20in (51cm)h x
24.25in (61cm). (1)
€400 - 600
7
JUNE BUTLER (20TH/21ST CENTURY),
Small Bird Perched on a Thorny Branch, signed and
dated ‘85, 20in (51cm)h x 8in (20cm); together
with another smaller similar W.C., by the same hand,
signed and dated 1986, 11in (28cm)h x 7in (18cm).
(2)
€150 - 250
11
A HEAVY CAST IRON AND RECTANGULAR LIME
STONE FOOT SCRAPER,
with 19th century cast iron top modelled with two
griffins back to back, the limestone base inscribed
David Bowie 1947-2016, 18in (46cm)W. (1)
€100 - 200
8
AN ATTRACTIVE INLAID WHITE MARBLE
FIREPLACE,
in the manor of Pietro Bossi, O.R.M., the plain
moulded shelf of inverted breakfront outline above
a central tablet inlaid with an urn and hanging bell
flowers, flanked to either side with similar decoration
and raised on two jams, each with a ribbon bow and
hanging flowers, raised on a flat block base, 53.35in
(135cm)h x 69in (174.5cm); together with a brass
inset, 34.5in (88cm)h x 32in (81cm). (2)
€2800 - 4200
12
A CONTINENTAL CRACKLEWARE PORCELAIN
VASE,
in the Sevre style, decorated with birds and flowers
against turquoise ground with brass mounts, on a
stem with square plinth, 30in (77cm)h. (1)
€300 - 400
13
STUDIO OF JOHN FREDERICK HERRING SNR
(1795-1865)
Voltigeur with Job Marson Up, bears signature lower
left, O.O.C., 20 in (49cm) x 24in (59cm).
Provenance: Sotheby’s Sale, Mount Juliet 1987
Lot 92.
The above racehorse by Voltaire out of Martha Lynn,
bred by Mr Stephenson and owned by The Earl of
Zetland, won the St Ledger Derby 1850.
€2000 - 3000
14
A CIRCULAR GILT COMPOSITION JARDINIERE
STAND, with circular marble top and a gadroon
edge, the stem modelled with The Three Graces,
with tri-pod base and scroll legs, 34in (87cm)h x
15in (38cm). (1)
€150 - 250
13
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20
MARTEN (20TH/21ST CENTURY),
Exotic Eastern Woman, depicting her seat on a floor
in front of screen, decorated with numerous warriors,
O.O.C., signed lower right, 23.25in (59cm)h x 19in
(48cm)w. (1)
€150 - 250
15
A GOOD QUALITY EARLY VICTORIAN
MAHOGANY BOOKCASE,
the moulded cornice over two glazed doors, each
with three panels, on a conforming base with two
moulded panel doors and raised on a plinth, 88in
(222cm)h x 51in ( 130cm)h. (1)
€300 - 500
21
A WILLIAM IV PERIOD RECTANGULAR
MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE,
the cross banded top with frieze drawer, raised on an
upward tapering octagonal stem, with quatrefoil base
and turned legs, 23.25in (59cm)w. (1)
€150 - 200
16
A PREHISTORIC NATURAL BOG OAK
INSTALLATION, 31in (79cm) high. (1)
€350 - 550
22
NORTH AFRICAN STREET SCENE,
depicting Arabs and military on a street, over painted
print on canvas, 20.5in (52cm)h x 29.5in (75cm). (1)
€80 - 120
23
A PAIR OF ART DECO STYLE BRASS MOUNTED
METAL WALL LANTERNS,
each with three frosted glass panels, 22in (56cm).
(2)
€550 - 650
17
24
A HEAVY CAST IRON GARDEN BENCH,
the back formed with scrolling oak leaves and
acorns, above a wooden slatted seat and flanked to
each side with leaf cast open work panels, the elbow
rests with dog head finials and raised on scrolling
paw feet, 5ft (153cm)w. (1)
€800 - 1500
17
TAXIDERMY:
A LARGE EARLY 20TH CENTURY INDIAN TIGER
SKIN RUG,
c. 1900, with full head mounted on a wooden
block, mouth open wide showing teeth with glass
eyes, pierced number to the tail with the digits 895,
possibly shot by R.L.D., Dinder 1907, approx 7ft 7
(230cm) from nose to tip. (1)
Note: This pre-1947 worked skin does not require a
CITES license for commercial activity within the E.U.
€800 - 1200
25
AN ATTRACTIVE PAIR OF CIRCULAR MAIOLICA
STYLE CIRCULAR PORCELAIN PLAQUES OR
DISHES,
each decorated with a cherub amongst a border of
flowers, 10in (25cm). (2)
€80 - 150
18
A LARGE CARVED GILT WOOD AND JEWELED
FIGURE OF THE FEMALE BUDDHA,
with jeweled tiara and jeweled sash, her two hands
supporting a flowing gown with conforming jeweled
hem, standing on a wooden plinth, 76in (194cm)h x
26in (66cm)w. (1)
€700 - 1100
26
A TWO TIER PARQUETRY INLAID AND BRASS
MOUNTED ÉTAGÈRE OR SUPPER TABLE,
the rectangular top with rounded corners, on four
leaf cast scroll supports, on a rectangular tapered
top with rounded corners and an ornate brass
overlaid frieze, on tapering fluted legs, the top
surmounted with a two handled gallery tray, 40.5in
(103c)h including tray x 33in (84cm)w. (1)
€300 - 350
19
ATTRIBUTED TO THOMAS FRANCIS
WAINEWRIGHT ( 1794-1883),
Cattle and Horses in a Seaside Field, O.O.P., bears
signature Wainwright lower right, 8in (20cm)h x
16in (41cm). (1)
€350 - 550
5
27
THE LAST DAYS POLLING UNDER THE REFORM
ACT,
a black and white caricature print, framed, 9.5in
(24cm)h x 12.75in (32cm). (1)
€70 - 90
31
AN OVAL VICTORIAN WALNUT AND MARQUETRY
CENTRE TABLE OR BREAKFAST TABLE,
with moulded flip top, raised on quadruple pod with
scroll legs, 53in (135cm)w x 37in (95cm)d. (1)
€150 - 200
28
A MAHOGANY TORCHÈRE,
with hexagonal pierced gallery top with spiral reeded
turned stem and tri-pod base, on paw feet, 61in
(154cm). (1)
€100 - 150
29
A PREHISTORIC BOG OAK NATURALLY FORMED
INSTALLATION, 33in (84cm) wide. (1)
€350 - 550
32
LATE 18TH OR EARLY 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH
SCHOOL,
a pair of hunting scenes, On the Scent and The Kill,
one with large country mansion beyond, O.O.P., 13in
(33cm)h x 16in (41cm). (2)
€350 - 450
33
A RECTANGULAR VICTORIAN MAHOGANY SIDE
OR CENTRE TABLE,
with moulded top and plain frieze, raised on four
bead turned columns, united by a conforming
stretcher on four bulbous legs, each with urn finial,
47.5in (121cm). (1)
€200 - 300
30
A VICTORIAN WALNUT WALL CLOCK,
by Joseph Greenwood Hebden Bridge UK, with
double fusée movement, striking on a bell, the
circular painted dial with Roman numerals, signed,
the shaped cornice with an urn finial, above an
arched and glazed door, applied with carved open
work scrolls, flanked to either side with glazed panels
and a tapering base with urn terminal, 52in (132cm)
h x 18in (46cm)w. (1)
€300 - 400
34
AN ATTRACTIVE 19TH CENTURY OVAL
COLOURED BARTOLOZZI ENGRAVING,
After Cipriani, depicting three classical semi nude
women, inside a gilt frame, 13in (33cm)h x 11in
(28cm); together with a smaller circular similar ditto,
with three classical women, 7.25in (18cm)d. (2)
€100 - 150
35
A BRONZED METAL HALL LANTERN,
of hexagonal tapering form, with twelve glass panels
and domed top, 21in (54cm)h. (1)
€100 - 200
36
A LARGE 19TH CENTURY OAK METAL BOUND
SILVER TRUNK,
Fermappin Bros of London, with fitted trays and
with label for Captain F.W, Herenage Royal Bristol
Expedition Forces in Canada, 22in (57cm) x 32in
(81cm)w. (1)
€700 - 900
37
A MAHOGANY HALL OR WINDOW STOOL,
with triple cushion solid seat and cut out arm rests,
on slightly shaped sabre legs, 48in (122cm). (1)
€100 - 150
38
A LARGE CHINESE IMARI SAUCER DISH,
decorated with flowers, 15.25in (39cm); together
with a pair of mahogany platter stands in the
Georgian style. (3)
€100 - 200
30
6
39
A SET OF THREE LATE 19TH CENTURY
DECORATED STAIN GLASS PANELS,
each decorated with a bowl of fruit, leaf sprays and
scrolls, 39in (100cm)h x 24.25in (62cm). (1)
€800 - 1200
43
A GEORGE IV PERIOD EBONY STRUNG
MAHOGANY GENTLEMAN’S WARDROBE,
the moulded cornice, above two panel doors,
enclosing linen slides, on a conforming base with
two further doors, enclosing a shelf, on short plinth,
approx 75in (190cm)h x 56in (143cm)w. (1)
€250 - 350
44
MODERN SCHOOL,
Five Cherubs in a Cloud, O.O.C., laid on board, 28in
(71cm)h x 34in (86cm). (1)
€280 - 350
45
AN UNUSUAL SET OF NINE PAINTED OAK
LINEN FOLD PANELS,
each 21in (54cm)h x 9.75in (25cm)w; three
matching en suite 31in (79cm)h x 9.5in (24cm);
and three other similar ditto, 27.7in (70cm)h x 10in
(25cm).
€250 - 300
46
A VERY ATTRACTIVE PAIR OF IRISH GEORGIAN
STYLE SPIRAL REEDED MAHOGANY AND
BRASS BOUND PEAT BUCKETS,
each of circular tapering form with brass swing
handle and liner, 20.5in (52cm). (2)
€2000 - 3000
47
A LARGE DRESDEN PORCELAIN BOWL AND
COVER,
the domed top encrusted with flowers and
surmounted with a saddle horse, an oval decorated
panel with figures merry-making and floral sprays,
the body with similar floral decoration and a panel
decorated with figures around a table, 9.5in (24cm).
(1)
€250 - 350
40
40
AN ATTRACTIVE MAHOGANY AND BRASS
MOUNTED BRACKET CLOCK,
by Charles White of London, with double fusée
movement, striking on a steel bell, the circular
silverised dial with Roman numerals signed, under a
reeded dome with brass urn finial, 18.5in (47cm)h x
11in (28cm)w. (1)
€700 - 1100
41
A 19TH CENTURY BOHEMIAN RUBY AND
CREAM GLASS OIL LAMP,
with glass reservoir and vase shaped stem, on a
circular foot, 20in (51cm). (1)
€200 - 250
42
A GEORGE III MAHOGANY BOW-FRONT SIDE
TABLE, fitted with three boxwood-lined drawers and
conforming square tapering supports. (1).
€100 - 200
46
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48
A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY CHEST,
with three long and two short drawers, under a
gadroon moulded edge and bracket feet, 44.5in
(113cm)h x 47in (120cm). (1)
€250 - 350
54
A LARGE NATURAL FORMED BOG SEQUOIA,
slightly resembling giant elk antlers, 56in (143cm)h x
60in (153cm)w. (1)
€1000 - 1500
55
A MISCELLANEOUS LOT,
comprising a set of four Waterford cutglass tumblers,
three similar cutglass stem wines; a pair of carved
wooden figures modelled as birds; a silver plated
tea strainer; a brass figure in the form of a donkeys
head; three ear studs; two pairs of cufflinks; and a
necklace. (17)
€20 - 30
49
A MAHOGANY TORCHÈRE,
with three stage reeded stem, supporting a circular
dish top on tri-pod base, 53in(135cm). (1)
€80 - 150
56
AFTER JOHN FREDERICK HERRING SNR,
coloured print on canvas, Farmyard Friends in a
Stable, 19in (49cm)h x 23in (59cm), in Victorian gilt
moulded frame. (1)
€450 - 550
57
A VERY UNUSUAL CARVED POLYCHROME AND
PARCEL GILT STICK STAND,
in the form of a monkey, wearing a hat, elegant
clothes, and a bow tie, standing on a rustic block
base, 42.5in (107cm)h. (1)
€600 - 800
50
58
A LATE REGENCY PERIOD MAHOGANY DROP
LEAF SUTHERLAND TABLE,
by Holland of London, stamped and numbered 5133,
the moulded top with rounded corners, on turned
supports and short splayed legs, with brass castors,
27in (69cm)w. (1)
€200 - 300
50
TAXIDERMY: A BROWN BEAR SKIN RUG,
unmounted with full head and glass eyes, open
mouthed with teeth, the arms and legs with claws,
64in (163c)l x 65in (165cm)w. (1)
€780 - 850
51
A CARVED CHINESE WOODEN FIGURE OF A
STANDING BUDDHA,
wearing a bead necklace, 26in (66cm). (1)
€100 - 200
59
AN ATTRACTIVE PAIR OF GILT BRASS MOUNTED
MARBLE URNS, each with a brass marble urn finial
and two leaf scroll handles, on a stepped stem base,
20.5in (52cm)h. (1)
€350 - 450
52
TOM CULLEN (1934-2001),
Dublin Street Scene, O.O.C., signed lower right, 15in
(38cm)h x 11in (28cm). (1)
€200 - 300
60
AFTER GOTTFRIED SCHADOW,
bronze Frederick The Great, with his hounds, bears
signature on green veined marble plinth, 15.5in
(39cm). (1)
€800 - 1100
53
A SMALL WHITE MARBLE MANTEL CLOCK,
with white circular enamel dial with Roman numerals,
striking on a steel bell, on rectangular moulded
plinth, 19in (65cm)h x 6.75in (17cm)w. (1)
€70 - 120
61
A BRASS FISHING REEL,
by J. Hilliard, fishing fowling Templemore, and two
similar smaller ditto, another metal reel by Alex
Henry & Co. Edinburgh, 4in (10cm), and an old
unsigned wooden and brass mounted reel. (5)
€80 - 150
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67
A CENTRE SATINWOOD OCCASIONAL TABLE,
with marquetry top, raised on four tapering square
legs, united by an arched stretcher, 24in (61cm). (1)
€300 - 400
68
A SMALL PAINTED THREE-BAY THREE-STORY
DOLLS HOUSE,
with nine compartments and two doors, under a V
roof, 33in (84cm)h x 26in (66cm)w. (1)
€100 - 200
69
A PAIR OF BRASS MOUNTED AND BONE INLAID
NORTH AFRICAN WALL MIRRORS,
each with an arched mirror plate within a double
band of brass studs and a wide ebonised band with
bone inlay in geometrical designs, 5ftin (153cm)h x
36in (91cm). (2)
€1500 - 2200
69
70
AN ORMOLU TWO BRANCH CANDELABRUM,
modelled with two leaf cast scroll arms, supported
by The Three Graces semi draped, under a vine
cast rim, on a tri-form scroll base with paw feet,
on circular plinth, electrified, 26in (66cm)h x 20in
(51cm)w. (1)
€600 - 700
62
A LATE VICTORIAN TELESCOPIC MAHOGANY
DINING TABLE,
the moulded top with spare leaf, raised on turned
and tapering reeded legs with brass casters, 70in
(178cm)l x 41.5in (106cm). (1)
€250 - 350
63
19TH CENTURY ANGLO IRISH SCHOOL,
study of a Staffordshire hound, Mad Man, O.O.C.,
17in (43cm) tondo, and its companion depciting
another dog, Duke, a pair. (2)
€180 - 250
71
A VERY UNUSUAL INLAID AND SATINWOOD
BANDED MAHOGANY CHEST,
George III period, with an arrangement of three long
and three short drawers, raised on bracket feet, 32in
(82cm)h x 32.5in (83cm)w. (1)
€400 - 500
64
A HEAVY CAST IRON SHOE MAKER’S LAST,
on turned stem with circular base, 25in (64cm)h. (1)
€80 - 120
72
A SMALL FRENCH ROCOCO STYLE BOUDOIR
MANTEL CLOCK,
the lever movement striking on a brass bell, the
enamel dial with Roman numerals, in an ornate case
crested with flowers, and issuing scrolling leaves and
a central shell, raised on front scroll legs with centre
cartouche, 9.25in (24cm)h, standing on an oval
moulded gilt base. (1)
€500 - 600
65
A TURKISH DOSEMEALTI RUG ,
with four cruciform medallions, on an iron red
ground, 6ft6 (198cm) x 2ft5 (75cm). (1)
€80 - 120
66
A LARGE FLAME MAHOGANY VICTORIAN
DRESSING TABLE MIRROR,
with arched plate, on two turned columns, and a
serpentine shaped hinged front, raised on bun feet,
34in (87cm)h x 26in (66cm)w. (1)
€150 - 250
73
A FACSIMILE BLACK AND WHITE PORTRAIT OF
MICHAEL COLLINS,
full length in officers uniform and walking stick, 25in
(64cm)h x 17.5in (45cm). (1)
€120 - 150
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76
A LARGE PAIR OF COPPER TOPPED AND
WROUGHT IRON LANTERNS,
each with cast metal wall bracket, electrified, each
40in (102cm)h x 25in (64cm)d. (2)
€180 - 250
77
LIONEL DALHOUSIE ROBERTSON EDWARDS
(1878-1966),
a pair of pencil drawings, Being Passed by Pony &
Trap, and The Broken Trap Shaft, the Discussion,
both indistinctly inscribed and signed with
monogram, 7in (18cm)h x 10in (25cm). (1)
€800 - 1500
74
74
JOHN GEORGE MULVANY (1766-1838),
A View of Reginald’s Tower & the Busy Quay
Waterford, W.C., paper laid on canvas, bares
inscription on old label verso, 19.5in (50cm)h x 30in
(76cm). (1)
€1200 - 1800
78
A WALNUT WARDROBE,
early 20th century with moulded cornice and centre
mirror door, 51in (130cm). (1)
€30 - 50
79
A LARGE REGENCY STYLE GILT METAL
CHANDELIER,
with leaf corona, the bulbous top with wired glass
buttons and a conforming upward tapering centre
section, in basket form with festoons of buttons,
above a leaf brass band, applied with trophies and
hanging floral swags, with a large circular basket
of glass buttons below, and a pineapple terminal,
approx 6ft(183cm)h x 32in (82cm)d. (1)
€800 - 1500
80
A SET OF FOUR AND ONE SIMILAR CIRCULAR
BAR TABLES,
each with quadruple pod and bulbous stem, the tops
inscribed and cross banded Jameson Irish Whiskey,
Bow St. Distillery Dublin, 31.5in (80cm)d. (5)
€1100 - 1500
81
AFTER P.J. MENE,
bronze equestrian group modelled with a mare and
foal, O.R.M., on a polished limestone base, 16in
(41cm). (1)
€300 - 400
75
82
A HEAVY CUT STONE TETHER,
with iron ring, 16in (41cm). (1)
€80 - 120
75
A FINE 19TH CENTURY BRASS SKELETON
MANTEL CLOCK,
in the form of the Sir Walter Scott monument in
Edinburgh, with 4.25in pierced and silverised chapter
ring with Roman numerals, with a single fusée
movement above a figure of Scott with his dog, on
an oval stepped white marble base inside a glass
dome, 17.5in (44cm)h. (1)
€700 - 1100
83
THREE OLD VINTAGE AUTOMOBILE CLOCKS,
each with nickel plated bezel, by Smith’s Cricklewood
London, all in working order. (3)
€60 - 90
10
84
A FRAMED FACSIMILE SEPIA PRINT,
with oval portrait, Kevin G. Barry, Died for Ireland
November 1st 1920, the portrait flanked to either
side with an Irish soldier, above a round tower, harp
and a wolf hound; together with a framed newspaper
image depicting the Irish national volunteers of
Ennistymon Co. Clare, the volunteers with imitation
wooden guns on their shoulders. (2)
€70 - 90
89
A LARGE OLD FRAMED MAP OF IRELAND,
showing the railways and a list of railway positions
in principle towns and the list of the principle towns,
50in (127cm)h x 38in (97cm)w. (1)
€80 - 120
90
A SET OF FOUR IRON BOUND AND COOPERED
BARREL TOPS,
with wall mounts, 23in (58cm). (4)
€200 - 300
85
A VERY UNUSUAL CALAMANDER WOOD
EXTENDING TELESCOPIC BOOK STAND,
by W. Piper of Exeter, with ornate gilt brass hinges
and the mounts in the form of scrolling shamrocks,
each folding side inset with a blue and white
Jasperware relief portrait, depicting an emperor, the
mounts inscribed Betjemann’s Patent Self Closing
Bookslide, No. 3341, 16in (41cm). (1)
€400 - 500
91
A 19TH CENTURY CARVED OAK CRESTED WALL
BRACKET,
the rectangular top with projecting front corners, over
a crested cartouche flanked with scrolling leaves,
16in (40.5cm)h x 20in (51cm). (1)
€480 - 550
92
A TERRACOTTA GARDEN URN,
together with an associated fluted composition stone
plinth, with fluted stem, 42in (107cm). (2)
€150 - 200
86
A VERY ORNATE CAST BRASS ADJUSTABLE
FENDER,
O.R.M., with leaf cast scroll ends and a pierced
centre with cartouche, 46in (117cm)w approx,
together with a set of three fire irons and a small
hearth brush. (5)
€150 - 200
93
A CIRCULAR WALNUT CASED WALL CLOCK,
by Chancellor of Dublin, with single fusée movement,
the painted dial with Roman numerals inside a
circular moulded case, 16in (40cm). (1)
€200 - 300
87
A KARAJA RUNNER,
the ivory ground with various shaped medallions,
inside a burgundy ground border, 14ft (427cm) x
3ft6 (106cm). (1)
€200 - 300
94
A VICTORIAN CUT GLASS AND SILVER PLATED
CLARET JUG, WITH SCROLL HANDLE AND
HINGED TOP,
the neck embossed with scrolls and flowers, 10.5in
(17cm). (1)
€280 - 350
88
A GEORGE IV PERIOD MAHOGANY CHEST,
with three long and two short drawers, supporting
an associated book case top, with gadroon moulded
cornice and two Gothic glazed doors, enclosing
adjustable shelves and flanked with half round
pilasters, 92in (234cm)h x 46.5in (118cm)w. (1)
€400 - 500
95
A 19TH CENTURY OBLONG WINDOW SEAT,
With padded top and square tapering front legs with
lion paw feet and turned rear legs, 49in (125cm). (1)
€250 - 350
96
C. CORNELISZ
Still Life, Fruit, Oysters and Wine on a Table, , O.O.P.,
6.75 in (17cm) x 9in (23cm). (1)
€100 - 200
97
DOUGLAS ALEXANDER RHA (1871-1945),
West of Ireland Mountainous Lake Scene with Turf
Stacks, W.C., signed lower left, 10in (25cm)h x
14.25in (36cm). (1)
€250 - 350
97
11
98
AN INLAID YEW AND BURR YEW TEA CADDY,
William IV period, of casket form with hinged cover
enclosing two lidded compartments and a cutglass
bowl, applied with two lion mask and ring handles
and raised on brass feet, 12.25in (31cm). (1)
€380 - 450
99
A FINE LARGE INLAID MAHOGANY LONG CASE
CLOCK,
by Cummings of Dudley, the swan neck pediment
above an arched and painted dial with Arabic
numerals, the arch painted with a scene of Abraham
sacrificing Isaac, with an angel above, and a centre
painted automaton showing phases of the moon,
above a date aperture, flanked to either side with
fluted columns and brass Corinthian capitals, above a
triple arch Gothic style inlaid trunk door, flanked with
similar columns on a moulded base with inlaid front
panel and canted corners and raised on a shaped
plinth, 101in (256cm)h x 22in (56cm)w. (1)
€1200 - 1800
100
A FINE ANGLO-INDIAN SANDALWOOD AND
IVORY WORK BOX,
Vizagapatam, mid-19th century, the sarcophagus
shaped body with a hinged cover, the reeded
top with an ivory lotus finial, the case banded
with etched ivory and opening to reveal a fitted
interior with numerous compartments, including pin
cushions, thread compartments, spools etc., and a
hinged compartment to the lid, 8.5in (22cm)h x 14in
(36cm)w x 10.5in (27cm)d. (1)
€1000 - 1500
99
100
12
101
A CIRCULAR BLUE AND WHITE CHINESE
PORCELAIN PANEL,
decorated with mountainous lake scene with figures,
11in (28cm). (1)
€100 - 150
110
A LARGE CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE
PORCELAIN BRUSH POT,
of cylindrical form, with panels of calligraphy
landscapes and birds, against a trellis pattern, 6in
(16cm)h x 8in (20cm)d. (1)
€300 - 400
102
A HEAVY CHINESE INK STONE,
of tear drop form, etched with calligraphy and in
fitted hard wood case, 8in (20cm). (1)
€100 - 150
111
A LARGE RELIEF MOULDED BLANC DE CHINE
BOWL,
with two five claw dragons above waves in relief,
15.5in (40cm). (1)
€800 - 1000
103
A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE STONEWARE
VASE,
decorated with snarling temple lions amongst foliage,
14in (36cm). (1)
€300 - 400
112
A SMALL CHINESE PORCELAIN CELADON
GROUND RELIEF SHAPED DISH,
with blue seal mark to base, 6in (15cm); together
with a small dark green jar and cover, with lotus leaf
to cover, 3in (7cm).(2)
€150 - 200
104
A CHINESE RELIEF MOULDED CELADON
GROUND MINIATURE GARDEN SEAT,
with scrolling foliage in relief, the circular top with a
pierced centre, 8in (20cm). (1)
€600 - 800
113
A CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN BRUSH
POT,
the two panels decorated with landscapes, against a
marbled ground, 4.25in (11cm)h x 4in (10cm)d. (1)
€200 - 300
105
A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN
BOWL,
decorated with Arabic inscriptions, 8.25in (21cm). (1)
€300 - 400
114
A CHOCOLATE GLAZED CHINESE PORCELAIN
MEI PING VASE,
with square blue seal mark to base, 13.5in (35cm).
(1)
€600 - 800
106
A LARGE HEAVY BALUSTER SHAPED CHINESE
BLUE AND WHITE JAR,
decorated with two dragons, each with four claws,
13.5in (35cm)h. (1)
€500 - 600
115
A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE VASE,
of cylindrical flared form, decorated with figures and
pagoda above waves, six character mark to base, 5in
(13cm). (1)
€300 - 400
107
A BALUSTER SHAPED CHINESE FAMILLE VERTE
PORCELAIN VASE,
decorated with figures, bats and moths, on a flared
stem base, 15.75in (40cm). (1)
€1200 - 1500
116
A SMALL CHINESE DISH,
with circular floral panel against a turquoise ground
and a conforming floral band, the underside in iron
red, decorated with gilt floral sprays and the centre
with a red seal mark , 6.5in (17cm). (1)
€200 - 300
108
A LARGE CHINESE BALUSTER SHAPED
PORCELAIN VASE,
decorated with a man seated by a fence and applied
with two stag head handles, 13.5in (35cm). (1)
€800 - 1000
117
AN ATTRACTIVE CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE
ROULEAU PORCELAIN VASE,
decorated with birds and moths, amongst flowering
trees with double circle mark to base, 9.25in
(24cm)h. (1)
€200 - 300
109
A CHINESE STONEWARE DULL GREEN
STEMMED BOWL,
with warriors riding stylized animals in relief, and
animal masks, on a wide band with geometric
patterns, raised on a domed stem, 7in (18cm). (1)
€200 - 300
13
118
A CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN BOWL,
of square tapering form, decorated with colourful
scroll flowers and bats, 8in (20cm). (1)
€600 - 800
127
A JAPANESE RED LACQUERED LADIES’ VANITY
CASE, the hinged top decorated with carp and
opening to reveal a mirror, a hand mirror, matching
brush, with two boxes above a padded drawer
and two hinged compartments to either side, 21in
(53cm). (1)
€300 - 350
119
A TREACLE GLAZED TURQUOISE ONION NECK
BOTTLE VASE,
with impressed seal mark to base, 11in (28cm). (1)
€800 - 1000
128
A FOUR FOLD JAPANESE WOODEN SCREEN,
the printed panels depicting figures, dwellings,
landscapes, etc. on both sides, 70.75in (180cm)h x
59in (150cm)w (extended). (1)
€100 - 200
120
A PAIR OF JAPANESE BLUE AND WHITE
PORCELAIN VASES, late 19th century, each with
flared neck and decorated with birds amongst
foliage, 13in (33cm). (2)
€250 - 350
129
A PAIR OF JAPANESE SATSUMA VASES, late 19th
century, each with flared neck and decorated with
figures and flowers, 10in (25.5cm). (1)
€180 - 220
121
A CHINESE BRONZE CENSER,
with two pierced handles and two temple lion masks
and raised on mask legs, 8in (20cm)h x 7in (17.5cm)
w. (1)
€180 - 250
130
A CIRCULAR JAPANESE SAUCER DISH,
19th century, decorated with figures and landscapes,
with centre panel with a phoenix, the outer panels
in iron red, green, white, gilt, and powder blue, 18in
(46cm). (1)
€200 - 250
122
A JAPANESE PORCELAIN DISH,
late 19th century, decorated with two dragons inside
a lobed band with fan panels, 12in (30cm). (1)
€100 - 150
131
A LARGE CHINESE FAMILLE NOIR SAUCER
DISH, decorated with birds fruiting branches, flowers
and butterflies, in various colours against a black
background, with six character mark to base within
two blue circles, 17.5in (45cm). (1)
€150 - 250
123
A JAPANESE IMARI PORCELAIN STICK STAND,
of cylindrical form, decorated with flowers, 24.5in
(62cm)h. (1)
€300 - 400
124
A LARGE 19TH CENTURY JAPANESE IMARI
SAUCER DISH, decorated in typical palette with
fan shaped panels with flowers , birds and animals,
18.5in (47cm). (1)
€200 - 250
132
TWO CHINESE OCTAGONAL SHAPED BOWLS,
19th century, one decorated with birds and flowers,
and a turquoise interior, the other with pomegranates,
approx 7.25in (18cm); together with two small
Chinese famile rose bowls, 4.5in (12cm); and two
Chinese blue and white dishes, decorated with bats,
7.25in (18cm). (6)
€80 - 120
125
A CIRCULAR JAPANESE IMARI SAUCER DISH,
19th century, decorated in various panels with
flowers, in white, iron red and powder blue, 18in
(46cm). (1)
€200 - 250
133
TWO SIMILAR LATE 18TH OR EARLY 19TH
CENTURY BLUE AND WHITE GINGER JARS AND
COVERS,
7.5in (9cm). (2)
€100 - 150
126
A LATE 19TH CENTURY CHINESE BRONZE
FIGURE, of a standing Buddha, 6.5in (17cm). (1)
€150 - 190
14
139
A VERY UNUSUAL TWO PIECE RETICULATED
CHINESE VASE,
the centre section forming flared neck, decorated
with scrolling colourful foliage, the lower section
decorated with birds and flowers, and fitting into
a bulbous lower section with pierced panels and
similar decoration, bears a Qianlong four character
seal mark, 11in (28cm)h. (1)
€250 - 350
140
A LATE 19TH CENTURY JAPANESE PORCELAIN
FIGURE,
modelled as a man with moustache, in colourful
kimono, painted in dark blue, green, red, black and
white enamels, 12in (31cm)h. (1)
€600 - 700
139
134
A LARGE HEAVY CHASED INDIAN SILVER OR
WHITE METAL TROPHY BOWL,
Sialkot Races 1910, Horse Steeple Chase Won by
R. Wyndham Quin’s B.Aus. M. Melody, Presented
by Khan Abbdul Gafoor Khan, chased in relief with
various figures and dwellings within leaf scroll bands
on a pierced stem base, 9.25in (24cm)d. (1)
€400 - 450
141
A PAIR OF CHINESE CARVED JADE LION TYPE
RECUMBENT BEASTS,
probably Ming 14th-17th century, one with head
facing right, the other with head facing left, their feet
facing forward, their mouths showing teeth, 6.5in
(17cm). (2)
€2200 - 2800
135
A PAIR OF HEAVY INDIAN WHITE METAL
GOBLETS,
each profusely chased with scrolling foliage and a
scene with a lion attacking an elephant, another lion
attacking a deer and a dog attacking a wild bore,
on a baluster stem with circular foot, 8in (20cm);
together with another Indian chased white medal
double sided cup and a two handled silver plated
cup. (4)
€150 - 200
142
A SET OF FIVE JAPANESE IMARI DEEP BOWLS,
decorated in gilt palette, with blossoms and other
foliage, within alternate panels and blue Greek
key band to the centre, under a wavy edge, 6.25in
(16cm). (5)
€180 - 220
136
A CHINESE BRONZE AND GILT BRONZE VASE,
chased and pierced, with scrolling foliage and with
gilt bronze panels and butterflies, below a flared
neck, bears Xuande seal mark to base, 7.25in
(19.5cm). (1)
€250 - 300
143
AN INDONESIAN BONE CARVING,
decorated with mythical beast mask with pierced
crown, above a female mask and another beast
mask below, the reverse carved with a female figure,
9.5in (24cm)h. (1)
€75 - 100
137
A COLOURFUL CHINESE PORCELAIN PLATE,
decorated with peacock and peahen and other birds
amongst colourful flowers, in a gold background,
bears Qianlong seal mark to base, 8.25in (21cm). (1)
€130 - 180
144
AN UNUSUAL INDONESIAN MID-20TH
CENTURY SEVENTEEN PIECE GAMELAN BRASS
FIGURE ORCHESTRA,
made up of nine musicians and eight instruments,
the musicians all seated, the figures 2.5in (6.5cm).
(17)
€130 - 180
138
A PAIR OF CHINESE MIAO WHITE METAL SEALS,
one modelled with Kylin lion and cub, perched on a
pedestal applied with two leopards, the other similar,
2.5in (6.5cm). (1)
€130 - 150
145
A CHINESE CARVED JADE INK STONE,
20th century, 3in (8cm). (1)
€130 - 170
15
146
AN ATTRACTIVE CARVED NEPHRITE CHINESE
JADE FIGURE, modelled with a seated Buddha in
the palm of a hand, 2.5in (6.5cm). (1)
€130 - 170
152
A 19TH CENTURY INLAID AND CROSS BANDED
MAHOGANY LONG CASE CLOCK,
the swan neck pediment above an arched and
painted dial, the arch painted with a rural scene
depicting a figure standing outside a church, the
painted dial with Roman and Arabic numerals
and signed David Stewart, with subsidiary dial for
seconds and for date, and the spandrels painted with
church towers, within two turned columns, above a
trunk with front canted corners and a cross banded
door, raised on a moulded box base, 80in (204cm)h
x 20in (51cm). (1)
€700 - 1100
147
A SMALL CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE
PORCELAIN JAR,
decorated with landscapes, within trellis panels, six
character mark to base, 3in (7.5cm); together with
seven natural formed jade pebbles. (2)
€400 - 600
150
A SEMI ANTIQUE KERMAN LAVAR RUG,
South Central Persia, the burgundy ground with an
ornate central medallion issuing floral sprays, inside a
dark blue floral border, with five outer bands, 10ft2 (
309cm) x 6ft8 (203cm). (1)
€200 - 400
153
A SET OF THREE LARGE HEAVY METAL
BOUND AND COOPERED JAMESON WHISKEY
BARRELS,
each 35in (90cm)h x 26in (67cm)d. (3)
€1000 - 1200
151
A TURKOMAN ERSARI RUG,
dark burgundy ground with two rows of octagons
inside a multi banded border, 10ft (305cm)h x 7ft4
(224cm). (1)
€300 - 500
154
RONAN GOTI (B. 1978 DUBLIN),
Sunset, O.O.C.B., 16in (41cm)h x 28.25in (72cm). (1)
TO BE SOLD ON BEHALF OF THE SCOOP
FOUNDATION REGISTERED IRISH CHARITY.
€1500 - 2500
154
16
155
A VERY GOOD PAIR OF LIFE SIZE
COMPOSITION MODELS OF SEATED
LIONS,
one facing left, the other facing right,
with naturalistic mane and tail curled,
on an oval base raised on a conforming
oval plinth, 6ft (183cm)h overall x 47in
(119.25cm)l, height of plinth 19in
(48cm). (1)
€2400 - 3000
156
A FINE BRASS INLAID ROSEWOOD
SECRETAIRE CHIFFONIER,
the back with three shelves, supported by
brass mounted ebonized turned columns
and a long drop front frieze drawer below,
fitted with drawers and pigeon holes
and two solid inlaid panel doors below,
flanked to either side with a half turned
and reeded column, raised on reeded
bulbous legs, 72in (183cm)h x 50.5in
(128cm)w. (1)
€1800 - 2500
155
157
A SET OF SEVENTEEN MAHOGANY
DINING CHAIRS,
each in late George III style, from the
Cork Chamber of Commerce, each
with a copper plaque, stamped with
the name of the person who presented
the chair and its number, with double
bar back and stuff over seat, on front
square tapering legs. (17)
€1500 - 2000
158
DENIS. B. SHEAHAN, (American Fl.
1870-1900), The Liberator, Daniel O’
Connell, standing full length bronze,
reddish brown patina, signed, inscribed
NY and dated 1881, on fixed square
plinth base, 27in (69cm) x 9in (23cm)
w. (1)
€2000 - 3000
156
17
159
A FRENCH EMPIRE BUREAU ABBATANT,
with frieze drawer above a drop front,
enclosing a fitted compartment with various
drawers, and a triple lock mechanism, and
two cupboard doors below enclosing three
long drawers, flanked to each side with
brass mounted column, raised on a concave
plinth, 54in (137cm) high, 38in (97cm), now
with associated rouge marble top. (1)
€200 - 300
160
A GOOD QUALITY BLUE AND GILT
CHINOISERIE DECORATED BUREAU
CABINET, in the 18th century style,
decorated all over with figures, animals,
birds, flowers, and moths, the arched and
moulded cornice above two double cushion
panel doors, above a slope front with fitted
interior also decorated, and two further
panel doors below, above a shaped apron
and moulded cabriole legs, 98in (249cm)h x
46in (117cm). (1)
€700 - 900
161
161
JOHN E. SUTCLIFFE (1876-1923)
Figures and Animals by a Mountain Spring,
O.O.C., signed lower left, 20in (51cm) x
27.5in (70cm). (1)
€800 - 1500
162
A FINE WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY
SERVING TABLE,
Irish probably by Williams & Gibton, struck
with the five digit no. 16050, with three
quarter gallery & plate slots, above a
moulded top and two concealed frieze
drawers probably adapted, raised on four
spiral reeded legs, the front legs with lion
paw feet, 44in (112cm)h x 8ft2in (248cm)w
x 30in (76cm)d. (1)
€1500 - 2500
162
158, 610
18
164
169
A VERY LARGE
BRONZED METAL
LANTERN,
of octagonal form with
eight arched violet glass
panels, under a domed top
with octagonal chimney,
58in (148cm)h x 27in
(69cm)w. (1)
€800 - 1200
163
A VICTORIAN STYLE THREE SEATER SETTEE,
with loose cushion back and seats, with scroll arm
sides, covered in attractive blue and white striped
fabric, 78.5in (200cm). (1)
€200 - 300
164
A VERY FINE GRANDE SONNERIE WALNUT
CASED VIENNA REGULATOR WALL CLOCK,
by Johann Kohl of Wien, with triple brass weights
and attractive brass pendulum with brass and
steel rods, the pediment with a lion mask crest
issuing floral swags and scrolls, above an arched
and moulded cornice, the two stage enamel dial
with Roman numerals inside a cast shell and scroll
frame, inside a glazed door flanked to either side
with carved pilasters, depicting lion masks corbels
and flowers and a conforming base with stylized
birds and grotesque masks, 58in (148cm)h x 20in
(51cm). (1)
€1500 - 2500
170
A VICTORIAN
WALNUT DROP LEAF
SUTHERLAND TABLE,
169
with rectangular flaps and
turned supports, united
by a turned stretcher and down turned legs, 35in
(89cm)w. (1)
€250 - 350
171
AN INLAID AND CROSS BANDED MAHOGANY
BUREAU,
in the Georgian style, O.R.M, with a slope front and
four lower drawers, raised on a plinth, 24in (61cm).
(1)
€150 - 200
165
A KASHMIR STYLE BUGUNDY GROUND RUG,
with all over tree of life design, depicting animals and
birds amongst foliage, inside a floral ivory border,
47in (120cm) x 67in (170cm).
€120 - 150
172
A FINE GEORGIAN STYLE CARVED WHITE AND
ROUGE MARBLE MANTEL PIECE,
the inverted break front and moulded top above a
Greek key frieze with central oval carved patriae, the
projecting front with two Doric columns fronting the
jambs in coloured marble and raised on block feet,
51.5in (131cm)h x 67in (170cm)w. (1)
€2500 - 3500
166
A BIDJAR RUG,
with iron red diamond medallion, on a navy floral
field inside an iron red border, 6ft7 (201cm) x 4ft3
(130cm). (1)
€150 - 250
167
A SHIRAZ RUG,
with two rows of diamond medallions in iron red,
on a dark blue ground, in confroming borders,
9ft2 (280cm) x 4ft8 (142cm). (1)
€200 - 300
168
A 19TH CENTURY VIENNA WALNUT CASED
WALL CLOCK,
the double C scroll to, surmounted with an eagle
with outstretched wings, above an arched and
glazed door and a circular two stage enamel
dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary dial
for seconds, lacking hand, with brass pendulum
flanked to either side with a turned and fluted
pilaster with Doric capitals, and a conforming
terminal below, 54in (137cm)h x 19in (49cm)
w. (1)
€300 - 400
172
19
178
A VERY ATTRACTIVE THREE BRANCH FOUR
LIGHT PEDESTAL LAMP STANDARD,
or gasolier, now converted to electricity, with three
leaf cast scroll arms and centre vase shaped light,
on a draped column with tassels, raised on a heavy
leaf cast quadruple pod with four cartouche panels,
raised on lion paw feet, 61in (155c)h x 36in (92cm).
(1)
€1800 - 2500
173
AN ATTRACTIVE FRENCH FLORAL MARQUETRY
BOMBÉ PETITE COMMODE,
with shaped and moulded rouge marble top, above
three drawers with brass mounts and raised on four
sabre legs, 33.5in (86cm)h x 31in (79cm). (1)
€480 - 550
174
A SEVEN PIECE INLAID EDWARDIAN WALNUT
PARLOR SUITE,
comprising a two seater settee with double padded
panel back, a pair of matching armchairs and four
side chairs, each on front cabriole legs. (7)
€700 - 1100
179
A LARGE RECTANGULAR WILLIAM IV PERIOD
MAHOGANY SERVNG TABLE,
with breakfront frieze incorporating three drawers,
raised on front lappet scroll moulded supports with
rosettes and raised on rectangular block feet, 37.5in
(95cm)h x 7ft (214cm)w. (1)
€1800 - 2500
175
AN ISFAHAN RUG,
with centre red medallion, on a floral ivory ground
inside an iron red border, 6ft9 (206cm) x 4ft6
(137cm). (1)
€250 - 400
180
A HEAVY CAST IRON GARDEN SEAT,
in the Gothic style, the back panel with typical Gothic
style open work tracery and a pierced seat with
honeycomb design, with conforming side panels and
raised on square legs, 55.5in (141cm)w. (1)
€800 - 1500
176
A PERSIAN MOUD RUG,
with centre hexagonal floral medallion, on an ivory
ground and ivory spandrels, inside a conforming light
blue border, 10ft3 (313cm)l x 7ft1 (216cm). (1)
€250 - 400
181
A FINE FRENCH BRONZE AND ROUGE
MARBLE CLOCK, 19th century, by Japy Freres,
the movement with an outside count wheel and
striking on a steel bell, the clock case of cylindrical
fluted rouge marble, with bead brass mount on an
octagonal base, the rouge marble dial with raised gilt
brass Roman numerals, surmounted by a fine bronze
bust of Diana De Houdon, (Diana the Huntress) by
Ron Bulio, after Jean- Antoine Houdon, signed verso
and inscribed Societe des Bronzes on the socle,
24in (61cm)h overall, the bust 14.5in (37cm). (1)
€1800 - 2500
177
TROY DENTON (B.1949),
Native American Indian Warriors with Guns Mounted
on Horseback, signed lower right, 36in (92cm)h x
23.5in (60cm). (1)
€250 - 350
182
EUGENE PAVY, 19th/20th century
Falcon Hunt, O.O.P., signed lower right, 11.5in
(29cm) x 9.5in(24cm). (1)
€700 - 1200
183
TWO SMALL PREHISTORIC NATURALLY
FORMED SEQUOIA INSTALLATIONS, 21.5in
(55cm) the larger. (2)
€200 - 300
184
A REGENCY STYLE CIRCULAR MAHOGANY
CENTRE TABLE,
in the manner of Thomas Hope, with a cream marble
top, above a moulded frieze, raised on four winged
grotesque mask monopodia carved legs, terminating
in lion paw feet, 31.5in (80cm). (1)
€400 - 600
178
181
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185
OLIVE HENRY (1902-1989),
Woodland Scene, W.C., signed lower right, 10in
(26cm)h x 14in (36cm). (1)
€100 - 150
186
A GEORGE III STYLE BOW FRONTED INLAID
AND CROSSBANDED MAHOGANY SATINWOOD
AND HAREWOOD CORNER CABINET, the top
with a segmented fan panel above two bow fronted
doors, each inlaid with a two handle urn flanked with
fluted pilasters to each side on a moulded plinth,
34in (87cm) high, 30in (76cm) wide. (1)
€400 - 600
182
187
A LARGE CARVED OAK CELLARETTE,
19th century, bares the stamp Holland & Sons, of
sarcophagus form with gadroon moulded edge, on
a rectangular tapering panelled body with scroll
corbels and carved brass ring handles, raised on a
conforming rectangular base with canted corners
and lion paw feet, 36in (92cm). (1)
€1800 - 2500
192
A SET OF FOUR ART DECO STYLE CHROMIUM
PLATED BAR STOOLS,
each with white square padded seat and bow fronted
foot rests on circular iron base. (4)
€200 - 300
193
TWO SIMILAR ART NOUVEAU WINDOW SASHES,
each with two stained glass panels with typical Art
Nouveau floral design, one 46.25in (118cm)h x
41in (104cm), the other 46.25in (118cm)h x 36in
(93cm). (2)
€400 - 600
188
AN OVAL PAINTED EDWARDIAN SATINWOOD
CENTRE OR OCCASIONAL TABLE,
the top painted with a portrait of a young girl playing
the tambourine, inside a garland flowers, on four
decorated square tapering legs, united by a stretcher
shelf, 28.5in (73cm)h x 20.5in (52cm). (1)
€150 - 200
194
FOLLOWER OF BONAVENTURA I PEETERS
(1614-1652),
Figures Sheltering by a Cliffside Cave, Watching a
Boat in Rough Seas, under a Cliff Top Church, O.O.C,
16.5in (42cm)h x 25in(64cm). (1)
€1200 - 1800
189
A VERY UNUSUAL BRASS MOUNTED BOULLE
PEDESTAL CLOCK,
O.R.M., the case surmounted with a brass classical
female figure holding a torch, above a circular relief
cast dial with Roman numerals, and with cherubs
applied to the arched glass door, on leaf cast scroll
legs, raised on a matching pedestal, of rectangular
tapering form with heavy brass mounts and a centre
Boulle panel, raised on a plinth with bracket feet,
over all height 71in (191cm)h x 16.25in (42cm). (2)
€1100 - 1500
195
JOHN SKELTON (1925-2009),
Waiting for the Naomh Eanna, Inishere, O.O.C, signed
and also inscribed verso, 16in (40cm)h x 22in
(56cm). (1)
€1500 - 2000
190
A KASHAN RUG,
the burgundy ground with central medallion and
conforming spandrels inside a navy border 7ft2
(219cm) x 4ft5 (135cm). (1)
€500 - 600
191
A PAIR OF ATTRACTIVE WALNUT DISPLAY
BOXES,
O.R.M., each with a hinged and glazed top, 14.5in
(37cm)w. (2)
€60 - 90
194
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196
A GOOD QUALITY GEORGE III STYLE
MAHOGANY HUNT OR WAKE TABLE,
with demi lune flaps, on eight square reeded legs,
78in (198cm)l. (1)
€800 - 1500
197
A GEORGIAN MAHOGANY BUREAU,
on fixed stand, adapted, the slope front opening
to reveal a fitted interior with drawers, pigeon
hole compartments and a central cupboard, the
cupboard door with a short letter dated 1887, from
The Independant College Taunton, above two frieze
drawers on square chamfered legs, 40in (102cm)
w. (1)
€150 - 250
200
201
A COLLECTION OF 1916 REBELLION
NEWSPAPERS AND BOOKS,
including 1966 RTV Guide, commemoration issue
1916-1966 bi-centenary; a copy of the open
letter to Thoman MacDonagh, by Francis Sheehey,
Skeffington, re printed from the Irish citizen 2nd
May 1915; a copy of the Easter Rebellion by Max
Caulfield, and a copy of the Gaelic League Idea,
edited by Sean O’ Tuama. (a lot)
€80 - 150
198
202
AN UNUSUAL COLOURED COPY OF THE IRISH
PROCLAMATION,
with portraits of Pearse, Clark, Connolly, McDermott,
Plunkett, Ceannt, Macdonagh, set in a colourful
Celtic border, 17.5in (45cm)h x 13in (33cm);
together with five books, ,Eamonn MacThomais
The Labour and The Royal; another Ó Pheann A
Phiarsaigh Pádraig Pearce in Gaelic, Gur Cake and
Coal Blocks by Eamonn MacThomias, Dé Luain by
Eoghan Ó Tuairisc and another book in Gaelic. (6)
€80 - 120
198
A FINE LATE 19TH CENTURY FRENCH WHITE
MARBLE AND ORMOLU MOUNTED GARNITURE,
comprising portico clock by Japy Frenes, the outside
count wheel striking on a steel bell, attractive convex
enamel dial painted with garlands of flowers and with
Roman and Arabic numerals, the case crested with a
two handled urn with flowers and supported on two
columns with rectangular base and brass feet, 17in
(43cm); together with a pair of matching two branch
candelabra, 14in (36cm). (3)
€1000 - 2000
199
ATTRIBUTED TO EDWIN HAYES R.H.A. R.I. (18201904)
Fishing Boats in Rough Seas, O.O.B., bears signature
lower right, 19.5in (49cm) x 29.5in (75cm).
€1500 - 2500
200
A GOOD QUALITY MAHOGANY FRAMED
BOUDOIR BABY GRAND PIANO,
of Chappell of London, with 48in (122cm) keyboard,
raised on three square tapering legs with heavy
brass casters, overall 62in (158cm)w x 54in
(137cm)d. (1)
€500 - 700
199
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SEVEN COPIES OF THE IRISH CURRENT
AFFAIRS MAGAZINE MAGILL,
May, June, July x2, August, September and October,
relating to Bloody Sunday, the Arms Crisis 1970,
Haughey in Distress, and The Mis-Conduct of the
Arms Trial; and a 1992 copy of the Phoenix January
24th, Vol 10 No. 2. (8)
€40 - 60
209
A GOLDEN JUBILEE COPY OF THE IRISH
INDEPENDENT 1884-1934,
the cover with a portrait of Dr. Croke Archbishop
of Cashel, and the Arms of the Four provinces, 96
pages; together with a G.A.A., Golden Jubilee Irish
Press Supplement, 1884-1934, the coloured cover
with an image of a hurler and a footballer, 96 pages.
(2)
€80 - 150
210
203
TEN COPIES OF LIMERICK WAR NEWS,
for Wednesday August 2nd 1922, Wednesday
9th August 1922, Friday 11th August 1922, with
a portrait of Collins on the front, Friday 21st July
1922, Monday August 7th 1922, Saturday 12th
August 1922, Saturday 29th July 1922 , Monday
14th August 1922, Saturday 22nd July 1922 and
Tuesday 10th August 1922. (10)
€100 - 200
210
A REGENCY PERIOD MAHOGANY LIBRARY
ARMCHAIR,
of unusual shape, with scrolled front arm panels,
and raised on front square tapering legs, in square
brass cup casters, the padded back and sides with
cushion seat covered in gold tassel and rope pattern
fabric. (1)
€700 - 1100
204
AN UNUSUAL SKETCH TYPE PORTRAIT PRINT,
after Sean O’Sullivan, the sitter Peadar Ó Cearnaígh,
signed by Peadar Ó Cearnaígh, together with a
framed monochrome photographic print of him
seated with a young boy, both in republican military
uniform, framed as one, each 5in (13cm)h x 3.5in
(9cm). (1)
€200 - 300
211
FOURTEEN VOLUMES OF THE CAPUCHIN
ANNUALS, for the years: 1937, 1959, 1963, 1964,
1965, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975,
1976, 1977.(14)
€70 - 120
205
A LIGHT BLUE GROUND PERSIAN STYLE RUG
OR WALL HANGING,
all over floral pattern inside fawn and light blue
bands, 47in (120cm)h x 66in (170cm). (1)
€120 - 150
212
TWELVE EARLY LEATHER BOUND LEGAL
VOLUMES, 18th and 19th century, mostly British
and Irish statutes, w.a.f. (12)
€80 - 150
213
A LARGE COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS
POCKET WATCH SPARE PARTS, including
movements, dials, dust covers, etc. (a lot)
€80 - 150
206
THE OFFICIAL RECORD FOR THE FIRST IRISH
NATIONAL PILGRIMAGE TO LOURDES,
September 1913, Dublin printed by M.H Gill & Son
Dublin, and by Dollar Ltd. Wellington Quay; together
with a retrospect by James Plunkett, celebrating 150
years of P.J Carroll and Co. Ltd. Dublin & Dundalk,
depicting images of paintings by Irish artists. (2)
€70 - 90
207
A VERY ATTRACTIVE AND UNUSUAL 18TH
CENTURY CONTINENTAL PAINTED FAN,
depicting numerous figures harvesting vines in
a vineyard and a small village beyond, W.C. and
gouache. (1)
€500 - 800
214
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220
AN 18TH CENTURY IRISH MAHOGANY LONG
CASE CLOCK,
by Alex Gordon of Dublin, the moulded cornice
above a carved frieze, centred with a stylized shell,
above a square brass dial with Roman and Arabic
numerals, subsidiary dial for seconds and a date
aperture, within a glazed door flanked to either
side with Corinthian columns and an arched and
moulded trunk door, on a moulded box base with
ogee bracket feet, 89in (226cm)h x 19.5in (50cm).
(1)
€1200 - 1800
214
SHIRES AND PROVENCES,
by Sabretache, illustrated by Lionel Edwards,
printed London Eyer & Spottiswoode Ltd, and by
Charles Scribner’s Sons, MCMXXVI (1926) with
sixteen coloured plates, and various black and
white illustrations, folio cloth bound hard boards;
together with More Shires and Provences, by
Sabretache and illustrations by Lionel Edwards,
London print Eyer & Spottiswoode Ltd and by
Charles Scribner’s Sons MXCMXXVIII (1928) with
sixteen coloured plates, in conforming binding, 14in
(36cm)h. (2)
€300 - 500
221
A LARGE IRISH 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY
LONG CASE CLOCK,
by John Donegan Dublin, the arched and moulded
cornice above a circular dial with Roman numerals
and a subsidiary dial for seconds, inside a circular
glazed door, above an arched and paneled trunk
door, raised on a tall moulded box base with plinth,
90.5in (230cm)h x 22in (56cm). (1)
€1200 - 1600
215
A PAIR OF LATE 19TH CENTURY JAPANESE
PORCELAIN IMARI PATTERN VASES,
decorated with flowers, both as is, each 11in
(28cm); together with a small chester silver salt,
in the form of a dish ring, c.1900 with blue plastic
liner; a black basalt plain form sugar bowl and
cover and a Wedgewood black basalt jug with
shamrocks and harp, thistle etc in relief, and a
small postage scales, c.1900,. (4)
€100 - 200
222
A scarce early edition of The Poetical Works of
Mr. Gray, 1781 London Joseph Wenman, bound
in leather; together with Oeuvres de Mr. Capiston,
1685 Amsterdam Jean Garrel, in mottled leather;
Raffald, Elizabeth, The Experienced English
Housekeeper, London: Osborne & Griffin, 1794,
bound in leather, spine cracked, boards loose; w.a.f.
(3)
€80 - 150
216
A CARVED COCONUT JAR AND COVER,
19th century, the outside carved with portrait
panels and a phoenix, the cover with conforming
decoration and raised on three figural legs, each
modelled as a crouching man, as is 6in (15cm). (1)
€100 - 150
217
AN ALUMINIUM CASED JAEGER CLOCK,
the back bears inscription Souvenir of German
Bomber, Crashed at Kill Co. Waterford, 1.1.V.41.
and signed T.G.Barton, key wind, with stylized
dolphin shaped front leg, 9in (23cm)w. (1)
€100 - 150
223
Robert Simson M.D., The Elements of Euclid. 1781
Edinburgh, 8vo full calf w.a.f.. (1)
€200 - 400
224
Robertson, William, The History of the Reign of
the Emperor Charles V, London 1812, in four vols,
together with his The History of Scotland, London
1812, all uniformly bound in full calf, w.a.f. (7)
€100 - 200
218
A QUARTER SIZE BURROGHES AND WATTS
GOOD OLD MAHOGANY BILLIARD SNOOKER/
DINING TABLE,
covered in red baize, with balls two cues, triangle
and cue stand and score board, raised on heavy
turned and fluted legs, overall length with table
leaves on 78in (188cm) x 44in (112cm)w. (1)
€350 - 550
225
Scott, Sir William, Tales of a Grandfather (History
of Scotland), 1841 Edinburgh Robert Cadell in
quarter calf w.a.f., together with Elizabeth Helme’s
The History of England, London 1815, in two vols;
Rev. Alex. Stewart’s Stories from the History of
Scotland, Edinburgh 1829; and The Works in Verse
and Prose William Shenstone, London 1765 (vol 2
of 2 only), all w.a.f. (5)
€50 - 100
219
A VERY UNUSUAL PAIR OF CARVED PARCEL
GILT AND PAINTED ARCHITECTURAL
PILASTERS,
each with an upward tapering half circular fluted
column, headed with a gilt carved Doric capital and
a half turned base, 107cm (272cm)h. (2)
€800 - 1200
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Irish Interest: Goldsmith, Oliver, The Vicar of
Wakefield, London 1886 John C. Nimmo; R.L.
Praeger’s The Way that I Went, London 1937; R.L.
Praeger’s A Populous Solitude, Dublin 1941; John
Wood’s With Rucksack Round Ireland, London
1950 by Paul Elek, signed; Sir Vivian Fuchs and
Sir Edmund Hillary, The Crossing of Antartica; a
signed copy of Ruth Delaney’s By Shannon Shores.
and Richard Hayward’s Where the River Shannon
Flows,signed, all w.a.f. (7)
€100 - 200
240
AFTER ERSKINE NICOLS,
an over painted coloured print, The Sketch, in gilt
frame; together with a modern still life with Chinese
blue and white porcelain, a fluted flagon and a
candle on a table, O.O.C., signed lower left, Ruge,
11in (28cm)h x 24.5in (37cm) and another W.C.,
depicting figure in a boat. (3)
€50 - 70
241
AN UNUSUAL NATURLY FORMED CAVE
STALICMITE CLUSTER,
15.5in (39cm)h x 19in (48cm). (1)
€300 - 500
227
Shakespeare, William, [edited by Charles Knight],
The Works of Shakspere, The Mignon Edition, in
6 volumes, illustrated by Sir John Gilbert, 1891,
George Routledge & Sons, London, limited edition
49/500. (6)
€100 - 200
242
ANOTHER EXMPLE OF AN UNUSUAL NATURLY
FORMED CAVE STALICMITE CLUSTER,
16in (41cm)h x 19.5i (50cm)w. (1)
€300 - 500
228
McGahern, John, That They May Face the Rising
Sun, published by Faber & Faber., London. (2002),
signed. (1)
€100 - 200
243
TWO SMALLER SIMILAR EXAMPLES
OF UNUSUAL NATURLY FORMED CAVE
STALICMITE CLUSTERS.
the larger 13in (33cm)h x 14in (36cm), the smaller
10.6in (27cm)h x 16.5in (42cm)w. (2)
€400 - 600
229
McGahern, John, Amongst Women, Published by
London; Faber; (1990), 1st edition signed by the
author, good. (1)
€150 - 250
244
BRIAN SCAMPTON (20th/21st CENTURY IRISH)
From the Wall of Derry, Looking Down on the
Bogside with the Large Cannon Gun, O.O.B., signed
lower left, 12.5in (32cm)h x 19.5in (50cm). (1)
€100 - 150
230
Robinson, Tim, The Stones of Aran, limited edition
34/50 copies from the 1st edition specially bound
by Kennys of Galway and signed by the author, in
attractive 1/4 calf with marble boards. (1)
€300 - 500
245
J.F.K. - A BRONZED COMPOSITION CHALK
BUST OF PRESIDENT JOHN. F. KENNEDY,
15in (38cm); together with a two volume cased
set commemorative edition The Presidents of the
United States, by John & Alice Durant, Vol I & Vol
II in presentation box; together with a large vinyl
commemorating in memorium John F. Kennedy,
with excerpts of speeches by the former president
and another 45 vinyl in remembrance of President
Kennedy with souvenir songs. (4)
€150 - 200
231
Nelson, Charles, The Virtue of Herbs of Master
Jon Gardner, a limited edition hand bound copy,
no. 37/170, numbered and signed by Dr. Charles
Nelson and Tony Morea, illustrated with twelve
specially commissioned watercolours from six
of Ireland’s best botanical illustrators with each
providing two illustrations; illustrators included
are Wendy Walsh, Susan Sex, Deborah Lambkin,
Daphne Levinge, Raymond Piper and Frances
Poskitt; presented in matching blue slipcase. (1)
€300 - 500
246
AN EARLY P & T TELECOM EIREANN WALL
MOUNTED COIN TELEPHONE,
with 2p, 1p and 5p slots, with button a and b and
a refund slot, mounted on a chip board panel, 31in
(78cm)h x 11in (28cm)w. (1)
€200 - 300
239
AFTER GEORGE RUSSELL A.E.,
a sepia portrait print portrait of a young woman,
inscription verso, Lydia Hubbard, niece of William
Lyon Phelobs, 7.5in (19cm) h x 6in (15cm). (1)
€100 - 150
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247
A BRONZE MEDALLION COMMEMORATING
THE SINKING OF THE SS LUSITANIA,
the obverse with a crown clambering for tickets for
the ill fated liner, and a skeleton in the ticket office,
the revers with an image of the liner sinking by the
stars, 2.25in (5.5cm). (1)
€100 - 200
248
A 19TH CENTURY LONG CASE CLOCK
MOVEMENT AND FACE,
signed Jacob Moseley of Meath, signed in the arch,
within floral sprays, above a circular enamel dial
with Roman numerals, a subsidiary dial for seconds,
and a date aperture, 18.75in (47.5cm)h x 14in
(33cm)w. (1)
€150 - 200
252
252
CIRCLE OF JOHN FREDERICK SNR (17951865)
Faugh-A-Ballagh with F. Bell Up, depicting
racehorse with jockey up, O.O.P., 13.5in (34cm) x
17in (43cm), bears signature, inscription and date.
The above racehorse was bred by George Knox,
Kildare and owned by Mr E. Irwin, won the St
Ledger 1844.
Provenance: Sotheby’s Sale, Mount Juliet, 1986.
€2000 - 3000
249
A 19TH CENTURY LONG CASE CLOCK FACE,
the arched dial with moon phases and shipping
scenes, above circular dial with Roman numerals,
painted with castles and large houses to the
spandrels; another similar by Armstrong of
Manchester, with silver moon phases to the arch
and river landscapes, Roman numerals, subsidiary
dial for seconds and date aperture, both 20in
(51cm)h x 14in (34cm)w. (1)
€80 - 150
250
DIAMANT BLEU CHAMPAGNE,
1.5 litre, 1985. (1)
€120 - 180
253
LOUIS PIERRE VERWEE (1807- 1877)
Shepherdess with Sheep and Dog on a Country
Path, O.O.C., signed lower left 23in(59cm) x 31in
(79cm). (1)
€1000 - 1500
251
AFTER CLODION,
a pair of bronze figures, Satyr & Nymph, the satyr
drinking from an animal skin bag and nymph with a
bunch of grapes, each on a circular bead moulded
rouge marble plinth, 17.5in (45cm)h. (2)
€1800 - 2500
254
F. LYNN (LATE 19TH CENTURY, EARLY 20TH
CENTURY),
Loch Striven Scotland, and its companion, a similar
subject, one signed and inscribed, both O.O.C,
19.5in (50cm)h x 14.4in (37cm). (2)
€150 - 250
255
A LARGE SQUARE EDWARDIAN OAK
REVOLVING BOOKCASE,
with slatted sides, on a quadruple pod, 44in
(112cm)h x 26in (66cm). (1)
€380 - 450
256
AN UNUSUAL MAHOGANY CHAISE LONG,
19th century probably Irish, with two scroll
ends and gadroon moulded frame, the front
carved with a vase of flowers and acanthus
leaf, on similar floral carved scroll legs,
covered in attractive red fabric, 80in (203cm)
w. (1)
€1000 - 1200
251
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257
AFTER PETER CURLING,
A Point to Point, Aghabulloghue North Cork,
coloured print, signed in pencil on the mount, no.
452/525, 16.5in (42cm)h x 15in (64cm). (1)
€350 - 370
258
A SABZEVAR RUG,
with centre star medallion on a floral burgundy
ground, inside a blue floral border with four smaller
bands, 8ft (290cm) x 6ft4 (193cm). (1)
€300 - 500
259
A 19TH CENTURY AMERICAN WALUT CASED
AND PARQUETRY INLAID WALL CLOCK,
the arched and moulded top crested with The
Prince of Whales plume, above a painted dial with
Roman numerals, striking on a steel bell, flanked
to either side with a moulded column, above
a moulded scroll base, 34.5in (88cm)h x 17in
(144cm). (1)
€100 - 200
263
264
A LATE 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY WASH
STAND,
the back with a turned rail and three quarter gallery,
raised on four turned legs, 24in (61cm). (1)
€40 - 60
265
AFTER THOMAS S. ROBERTS,
East View of the City of Waterford, a mesotint
engraving by S. Alken, 13in (33cm)h x 16.5in
(43cm) and three engravings of The Holy Trinity
Church Waterford. (4)
€100 - 150
260
AN ATTRACTIVE GILT COMPOSITION WALL OR
PIER MIRROR,
in the Rococo style, with cartouche and leaf crest
above a bevelled plate, in a foliage moulded frame,
applied with baskets of flowers, 62in (158cm)h x
34in (87cm)w. (1)
€180 - 250
266
AFTER CECIL ALDEN,
The Spread Eagle Sting House, signed coloured
print, 17.5in (45cm)h x 14in (36cm). (1)
€150 - 250
261
A PAIR OF CIRCULAR BRASS MOUNTED
GOTHIC STYLE CEILING LIGHTS,
each with pierced bands, 17in (44cm). (2)
€350 - 550
262
AN ATTRACTIVE INLAID MAHOGANY KIDNEY
SHAPED PEDESTAL WRITING DESK,
with tooled leather top, above a centre frieze
drawer, raised on two pedestals each with four
small bow fronted drawers and raised on square
tapering inlaid legs, one drawer stamped Edwards
& Roberts, 47.5in (121cm)w. (1)
€1400 - 1700
263
A 19TH CENTURY DROP DIAL BRASS INLAID
SINGLE FUSÉE WALL CLOCK,
by J. Brvington of London, with pendulum aperture
below and flanked with two carved spandrels,
24.25in (62cm)h x 18in (46cm). (1)
€180 - 250
262
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267
A 19TH CENTURY KILLARNEY YEW WOOD
AND PARQUETRY INLAID CHEST AND
FOLDOUT BACKGAMMON BOARD,
16.5in (42cm). (1)
€500 - 650
268
A LATE 19TH CENTURY GERMAN CUCKOO
CLOCK,
possibly Black Forest, of chalet style, with bellows
and gong, lacking cuckoo door, the V roof above
a cuckoo aperture and a circular wooden dial with
raised gilt metal Roman numerals and pendulum
aperture below, 24in (60cm)h x 17in (43cm). (1)
€200 - 300
268
269
AN 18TH CENTURY MAHOGANY EIGHT DAY
IRISH LONG CASE CLOCK ,
by Alex Gordon of Dublin, the swan neck pediment
with two rosettes and crested with a shell above
a grotesque mask, on a leaf carved moulded
band, the square brass dial with a circular chapter
ring and Arabic and Roman numerals, signed
Alex Gordon Dublin, with subsidiary dial and date
aperture, on a circular brass centre, inside ornate
and leaf scroll spandrels, with a glazed door flanked
with fluted columns, each with carved Corinthian
capital, above a long arched and moulded door, on
a moulded and panelled base, with ogee bracket
feet, 95in (241cm)h x 21in (53cm)w. (1)
€2500 - 3500
270
A CAVAN CUT GLASS STEM BOWL,
7.5in (19cm)d; together with another cut glass
bowl. (2)
€70 - 90
271
A LARGE LATE 19TH CENTURY WHITE
PAINTED MAHOGANY LIBRARY BOOKCASE,
the moulded cornice above six astragal glazed
doors, and six conforming panel doors below, raised
on a plinth, 101in (256cm)h x 130in (330cm). (1)
€1000 - 1500
272
AFTER EDWIN LANDSEER,
Scene from Midsummers Night’s Dream,Titania &
Bottom, black and white engraving, 25in (64cm)h x
37in (94cm). (1)
€70 - 90
273
A LARGE CIRCULAR EASTERN BRASS DISH,
or table top, with guilloche and scale moulded edge
and a centre with floral tracery, 35.5in (90cm). (1)
€100 - 150
269
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AFTER JOHN LEECH,
A set of four hand coloured hunting prints, Mr
Bunlings Shocking Bad Horse, The Jug and his
Juvenile Field, Who Would Have Thought of Seeing
You and Appleton Hall, 9.75in (25cm) x 11.75in
(30cm).
€100 - 200
274
A CIRCULAR BRONZE SUNDIAL,
19th century, with shaped gnomon, the dial with
months of the year, days and Roman Numerals
within bands around a sunburst design, 12in
(31cm). (1)
€680 - 850
275
A LARGE DUTCH MAHOGANY GENTLEMAN’S
WARDROBE,
the dentil moulded and egg and dart cornice,
above two nicely figured panel doors, each applied
with carved leaf swags and cushion panels, the
centre strap with hanging bell flowers and urns
to the base of the doors, flanked to either side
with canted fluted pilasters, each headed with a
Corinthian brass capital on a base with two long
drawers and raised on heavy tapering square fluted
legs, 81in (206cm)h x 70in (178cm)w. (1)
€4000 - 5000
278
J. STANLEY-CAREY (20TH/21ST CENTURY),
A Black West Highland Terrier, on a Settee, pastel
signed lower centre left, also bears inscriptions
verso, 18in (46cm)h x 21.25i (54cm). (1)
€100 - 200
279
A NEST OF THREE GEORGE III STYLE
GRADUATING YEW BANDED OCCASIONAL
TABLES,
each with olive tooled leather inset, 19.25in
(49cm). (1)
€280 - 350
276
A SET OF FOUR ATTRACTIVE TWO BRANCH
GILT BRASS WALL LIGHTS,
in the Adam’s style, each with anthemion crest
above an oval panel, issuing scrolling arms with
vase shaped sockets, 14in ( 36cm)h x 10in
(26cm). (4)
€200 - 300
280
A MAHOGANY CASED ENGLISH BAROGRAPH,
20th century, by Casella of London, with spare
graph sheets, brass carrying handle and two glazed
panels, 12in (31cm)w. (1)
€220 - 250
281
A HEAVY TELESCOPIC BRASS STANDARD
LAMP,
with reeded stem, on a heavy ornate leaf cast tripod base, with oval medallions and scale panels,
raised on three leaf cast scroll feet, 70in (178cm)
approx. (1)
€200 - 300
282
A CARVED OAK ANCHOR SHAPED ANEROID
BAROMETER CLOCK,
with ring crest and cartouche, 21in (54cm). (1)
€80 - 120
284
A PAIR OF VICTORIAN OAK THRONE CHAIRS,
each in the Gothic Style, with tapestry back panel
and seat, flanked with padded elbow rests, above a
serpentine front on turned legs, one as is. (2)
€180 - 250
285
A VERY LARGE AND EXTREMELY HEAVY CUT
STEEL AND BRASS MOUNTED GOTHIC STYLE
CEILING LIGHT OR LANTERN,
the panels with shaped brass insets, and fleurde-lis and leaf finials, on steel bands with scroll
corbels, 6ft (183cm)h x 26in (66cm)w. (1)
€1300 - 1500
275
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288
BERTA CORBAN (EARLY 20TH CENTURY),
Coastal Scene, W.C., signed lower right, 9in (23cm)
h x 11in (28cm); together with a black and white
print of a Staffordshire terrier. (2)
€60 - 80
286
A LARGE BRASS HORN GRAMOPHONE,
O.R.M.,with spare gramophone records, bears the
label His Masters Voice, 25in (64cm)w. (1)
€180 - 250
289
ATTRIBUTED TO EDWARD CHARLES BARNES
(ACT 1856-1882)
After the Falcon Hunt with Numerous Figures,
Animals and Birds by a Stately Home, O.O.C., bears
signature lower right, 25in (63cm) x 35in (90cm).
€1200 - 1800
290
A VICTORIAN TELESCOPIC ROSEWOOD PIANO
STOOL,
with padded seat, on turned stem and three paw
feet. (1)
€240 - 270
291
AN NEST OF FOUR INLAID AND CROSS
BANDED MAHOGANY OCCASIONAL TABLES,
each with graduating rectangular tops, the smallest
with a stretcher shelf, raised on shaped legs,
16.25in (41cm)w. (1)
€150 - 250
287
292
A KAZAK DESIGN RUG OR WALL HANGING,
with two ivory and one red diamond shaped
medallion, on a light blue ground within ivory blue
and fawn bands, 47in (120cm)h x 66in (170cm).
(1)
€120 - 150
287
A FINE UNUSUAL LARGE OVAL GILTWOOD
OVERMANTEL MIRROR,
the ribbon moulded frame headed with a ribbon
bow and leaf crest with centre patriae, the ornate
base with a centre cartouche issuing scrolling
foliage and two candle arms to either side, 60.5in
(154cm)h x46in (117cm). (1)
€2800 - 4000
293
A PAIR OF UNUSUAL HEAVY CAST BRASS
BRACKET WALL LIGHTS,
each with three leaf cast lamps, on a square tubular
section with cast rosettes and similar terminal,
18.5in (47cm).(2)
€280 - 350
294
A PAIR OF UNUSUAL LOUNGE ARMCHAIRS,
each covered in black and gilt fabric with a laced
corset back. (2)
€340 - 450
295
A VERY ATTRACTIVE SERPENTINE SHAPED
BRASS INLAID AND BRASS MOUNTED
JARDINIERE,
19th century, in birr maple, the top with a brass
gallery and segmented brass inlaid cover with two
brass knobs, above a very ornate frieze and raised
on four cabriole legs with brass sabots, 30in
(76cm)h x 26in (66cm). (1)
€1700 - 2200
289
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298
AFTER GEORGE MORLAND,
a set of four coloured engravings, The Carrier’s
Stable, The Turn Pike Gate, Giles the Farmers
Boy and The Market Cart, one unframed; together
with a pair of coloured etchings, both signed and
inscribed another coloured engraving depicting
Parson’s Town Castle, in the King’s county and
another coloured print. (8)
€80 - 150
299
A GOOD HEAVY BRASS FOUR GLASS FRENCH
MANTEL CLOCK,
with colourful cloisonné bands, the enamel dial with
Arabic numerals and decorated with floral garlands,
the works with a twin cylinder mercury pendulum,
striking on a steel gong, raised on a rectangular
plinth with bracket feet, 10.5in (27cm)h x 6in
(15cm). (1)
€300 - 400
295
299A
A FINE EARLY ADVERTISING MIRROR,
Coleman’s Mustard, with the royal cyphor and
portrait of king Edward VII, in original oak frame,
19in (49cm)h x 9in (23cm)w. (1)
€250 - 350
300
A 19TH CENTURY SILVER PLATED DISH RING,
chased with Dutch pastoral scenes, 8in (20cm);
together with a 19th century silver plated snuffers
tray, 9.5in (24cm). (2)
€60 - 80
301
A PAIR OF HELMET SHAPED SILVER SAUCE
BOATS,
Birmingham 1907, each with a shaped edge
and scroll handle and raised on three trifed legs,
combined weight 202gr. (2)
€80 - 150
296
296
A FRENCH BOMBÉ SHAPED PARQUETRY
INLAID COMMODE,
with serpentine front, applied with ornate cast brass
mounts and handles and raised on short splayed
legs with brass sabots, with Bréche D’Alep marble
top, 34.5in (87cm)h x 46.5in (118cm)w. (1)
€1500 - 2500
301A
AN IRISH BRIGHT CUT SILVER HELMET
SHAPED CREAM JUG,
late George III, Dublin 1806 by Robert Breading,
the oval base with four ball feet, 6in (15cm), 179gr.
(1)
€200 - 300
302
A HELMET SHAPED SILVER SAUCE BOAT,
Sheffield 1923, 161gr. (1)
€80 - 120
297
19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL SCHOOL
(PROBABLY GERMAN),
Figures in Procession Leaving a River Side Church,
O.O.C., 25in(64cm) x 31in(79cm). (1)
€500 - 700
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310
A VICTORIAN SILVER CREAM JUG,
Birmingham 1862, of baluster form with leaf scroll
handle and stem base, 3.75in (9.5cm), 126gr. (1)
€80 - 150
303
A SILVER SAUCE BOAT WITH BEAD EDGE AND
LEAF CAST HANDLE,
on an oval stem base Birmingham 1965 and
another sauce boat raised on three shell capped
pad feet, Sheffield 1962, combined weight 266gr.
(2)
€120 - 180
311
A REPOUSSÉ CHASED SILVER DOME TOP
CASTOR,
London 1896, 6in (15cm); together with a silver
sauce boat Sheffield 1939, combined weight
202gr. (2)
€80 - 150
304
AN UNUSUAL SWAN FORM SILVER CREAM
JUG OR SWEET MEAT STAND,
London 1909, with swan neck swing handle, on an
oval stemmed base, 80gr. (1)
€100 - 150
312
A SILVER CASTOR,
Sheffield c.1961, with pierced and domed cover,
7.25in (18.5cm)h; together with a Birmingham
silver ditto c.1944, 7.75in (20cm), combined weight,
293gr. (2)
€140 - 180
305
AN EARLY SILVER GEORGE III PEAR SHAPED
CREAM JUG,
chased with scrolls, flowers and birds, on three
shell capped trifad legs, with restorations, 4in
(10cm)h; and another similar pear shaped cream
jug, Chester 1913, combined weight 132gr. (2)
€120 - 170
313
A GEORGE III SILVER WINE FUNNEL,
with rubbed date mark, 5.25in (13cm)h, 65gr. (1)
€80 - 150
306
A VICTORIAN SILVER HELMET SHAPED
CREAM JUG,
London 1873, by H.L. & H.L. with scroll handle on
stem base, 4.5in (12cm), 164gr. (1)
€100 - 150
314
A PAIR OF CASED SILVER MACHINE TURNED
ASH TRAYS,
Sheffield 1950, each 3.5in (9cm), 147gr. (2)
€150 - 200
307
A GEORGE III BRIGHT CUT SILVER CREAM
JUG,
of ogee form, London 1811, 95gr. (1)
€150 - 200
307A
AN IRISH PROVINCIAL BRIGHT CUT SILVER
SOUP LADLE,
by William Fitzgereld Limerick c. 1800, 11in
(28cm). (1)
€4000 - 5000
308
A GEORGE III BRIGHT CUT SILVER CREAM
JUG,
London c.1800, with reeded edge, on an ogee
shaped body, 186gr. (1)
€140 - 160
309
A CELTIC STYLE OCTAGONAL SILVER CREAM
JUG,
Birmingham 1916, with typical Celtic rim on an
octagonal stem base, 4.25in (11cm); together
with another early 20th century Birmingham silver
cream jug of oval pear form with double scroll
handle, combined weight, 228gr. (2)
€120 - 180
307A
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320
A PAIR OF EARLY GEORGE III SILVER SAUCE
BOATS,
London 1775, chased with scrolls and flowers
and gadroon rim and double scroll handles, 6.5in
(16.5cm) 379g. (2)
€550 - 650
315
A VICTORIAN SCOTTISH SILVER EWER,
Edinburgh c.1879, the bulbous centre applied with
a scroll handle and chased with scrolling foliage, on
stem base, 218g, 6.75in (17cm). (1)
€180 - 250
315A
A GEORGE III IRISH SILVER HELMET SHAPED
SAUCE BOAT,
Dublin 1789, with the initial R.C.M., with scroll
handle on a beaded edge, raised on shell capped
scroll legs with pad feet, 6.5in (17cm), 211gr. (1)
€300 - 500
320A
A SET OF FIVE CASED SILVER COFFEE
SPOONS,
each with coffee bean finial, Sheffield 1918;
together with another set of six cased Birmingham
1941 silver coffee spoons. (2)
€80 - 150
316
A LARGE SILVER PLATED AND CRESTED
FOUR-BRANCH FIVE-LIGHT CANDELABRUM,
early 19th century, with vase shaped socket each
with gadroon edge, on a conforming stem with
quadruple pod and shaped lion paw feet, as is,
approx 26in (66cm)h x 20in (51cm)w. (1)
€200 - 300
321
A PAIR OF IRISH GEORGE III SILVER TWO
HANDLED CUPS,
by Samuel Walker Dublin c.1765, profusely chased
with scrolling vines, flowers, birds and scrolls each
with two double scroll handles, on a domed stem
foot, 5.75in (15cm) 421g. (1)
€2300 - 2500
322
AN ATTRACTIVE CAST AND SILVER PLATED
SALT OR SWEET MEAT STAND,
with two shell bowls, supported by a cherub with
spoon; and another similar ditto with two spoons. (1)
€70 - 120
323
A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER SUGAR BOWL,
of circular spiral fluted form, London 1893 by
Messrs Barnard, shell capped pad feet, 4in (10cm),
135g. (1)
€140 - 180
317
317
A FOUR PIECE IRISH CELTIC STYLE SILVER
TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE,
by Alwright & Marshall of Dublin, with the
commemoration mark 1916/66 with the Sword of
Light mark, comprising teapot, coffee pot, sugar
and cream, each decorated with Celtic bands and
medallions, and on a stem foot, 1893gr. (4)
€1500 - 2000
324
A RARE LATE 18TH CENTURY SCOTTISH
SILVER MOUNTED HORN SNUFF MILL,
inscribed William Bowman & R. Gale, the hinge
straps in the form of a thistle, 6.5in (16.5cm). (1)
€340 - 380
325
A PAIR OF SILVER PLATED TWO HANDLED
SAUCE TUREENS AND COVERS,
O.R.M., each of oval ogee form with stem base,
7.5in (19cm). (2)
€140 - 160
318
AN IRISH SILVER STRAWBERRY DISH,
by Alwright and Marshall Dublin, with the 1916/66
commemoration mark, with the Sword of Light,
4.5in (11cm), 82g. (1)
€100 - 150
325A
AN UNUSUAL SILVER CREAM JUG AND
SUGAR CASTOR,
Birmingham 1936, with rare silver jubilee mark,
both of octagonal vase shaped form, the castor
with a pierced circular cover with floral finial,
on circular stem base, the castor 5in (13cm)h,
combined weight 181gr. (2)
€120 - 150
319
A PIERCED SILVER STAR SHAPED BOWL
OR BON BON DISH, c. 1900, .800 standard,
the centre depicting peasant woman picking
vegetables from the ground; together with a small
two handled Birmingham silver Celtic revival two
handled trophy cup. (2)
€100 - 120
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332
THREE OVAL SILVER PLATED ENTRÉE DISH
LINERS,
(one pierced); a silver plated cigarette case with
the enamel badge of R.M.S. S.S. Arcadian, and a
brass jardiniere with lion mask and ring handles,
9in (23cm). (3)
€70 - 80
326
A SILVER PLATED CONDIMENT STAND,
in the form of a hound with salt bucket and class
pepper castor, on rectangular base, 5in (13cm). (1)
€50 - 90
327
A RARE VICTORIAN MINIATURE AND
PORTABLE THREE-PIECE LAST RIGHTS
COMMUNION SET,
comprising a silver and silver gilt chalice by Rawins
& Summer London 1846, the sunburst crest
inscribed I.H.S 4in (10cm), with shaped stem base;
together with a matching pattern ditto on a stem
base, and a cut glass wine or oil bottle, all in fitted
case. (3)
€340 - 420
333
A TWO-BRANCH THREE-LIGHT SILVER
PLATED CANDELABRUM,
17in (43cm); together with a circular silver plated
salver, on three legs, (as is). (2)
€70 - 90
334
A VICTORIAN SILVER PRESENTATION GOBLET,
1874, three silver condiments, a silver napkin ring,
an Indian white metal bowl, a silver fish knife, and
a rectangular silver machine turned cigarette case.
(8)
€80 - 120
328
A LARGE SILVER TWO HANDLED TROPHY
CUP,
London c.1900, The Royal Airforce Intercommand
Fire Service Competition Challange Cup, presented
by The Pyrene Company, the body with two scroll
handles and ornate strap work 11in (28cm),
1171g. (1)
€950 - 1100
334A
AN IRISH GEORGE III SILVER BRIGHT CUT
SWING HANDLE SUGAR BASKET,
by Joseph Jackson Dublin 1796, of navit shape, on
oval stem base, 306gr, 7in (18cm). (1)
€600 - 700
329
A SHELL MOULDED AND EBONISED DESK
STAND,
with three compartments surmounted with a brass
harp, 8in (20cm). (1)
€220 - 280
335
A HEAVY SHEFFIELD SILVER PLATED AND
CRESTED OVAL SOUP TUREEN AND COVER,
early 19th century, the ogee shaped body with
a cast gadroon edge and two heavy leaf and
shell cast handles and raised on four scroll legs,
surmounted with a domed cover and conforming
handle, 16in (40cm). (1)
€180 - 250
330
A NINE PIECE SILVER PLATED EGG CRUET,
comprising four cups , four spoons, and a stand,
under a leaf cast handle, by W&G Sissons. (1)
€120 - 150
336
AN EARLY SHEFFIELD SILVER PLATED CAKE
BASKET,
with swing handle, 13in (33cm; together with a two
handled silver plated sugar bowl, a plated trophy
biscuit jar with hinged cover, and a silver plated tea
kettle on matching warming stand with lamp. (4)
€100 - 150
330A
A GOOD SET OF SIX CASED LATE VICTORIAN
BRIGHT CUT SILVER TEA SPOONS,
London 1897; together with another cased set
of six feather edge silver coffee spoons, London
1909. (2)
€80 - 150
331
A SET OF THREE RECTANGULAR SILVER
PLATED AND CRESTED ENTRÉE DISHES,
with covers and handle, each with gadroon edge,
11.5in (29cm). (3)
€70 - 120
337
A SILVER PLATED PUMPKIN SHAPED
PRESENTATION TEA KETTLE ON WARMING
STAND,
13.5in (34cm)h; together with a small silver plated
hot water pot, a tea pot, an oval silver plated swing
handled cake basket, and a pair of silver plated
candle sticks, each 9.5in (24cm). (6)
€80 - 100
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338
A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS SILVER
MINIATURE ITEMS,
comprising small silver vesta case, a pair of silver
napkin rings, two other silver napkin rings, three
plated napkin rings, a miniature silver hand mirror,
various silver and silver plated condiments, a small
silver frame, miniature silver candlestick, and a
silver mounted and cut glass jar, etc. (a lot)
€80 - 100
339
A GOOD IRISH PROVINCIAL BRIGHT CUT
SILVER TABLE SPOON,
my Maurice Fitzgerald, Limerick c.1780, 66gr, 10in
(26cm). (1)
€2000 - 2500
344
340
A FINE IRISH SILVER BRIGHT CUT TEA POT,
by James Le Bass, Dublin 1826, the hinged and
domed cover with a three flower head finial, te
repousse chased and crested body with flowers,
scrolls an cartouche panels, the spout with
grotesque mask and raised on four shell capped
paw feet, 12in (30cm), 900gr. (1)
€650 - 750
344
AN IRISH PROVINCIAL GEORGE II SILVER
WINE FUNNEL,
by Joseph Johns of Limerick 1749/1750, the plain
short funnel with a reeded edge and stamped with
the initials P.W.E., 3.5in (9cm)h x 2.5in (6cm)d. (1)
€1400 - 1600
340A
A PAIR OF CASED SILVER TABLE SPOONS,
London 1912; together with a Dutch silver novelty
spoon, headed with Dutch milkmaid, the bowl
embossed with a man playing a mandolin. (3)
€40 - 60
341
AN IRISH GEORGE III SILVER CREAM JUG,
by William Doyle, Dublin 1808, the body chased
with flowers and scrolls, under a bead edge on four
ball feet, 6.25in (16cm), 185g. (1)
€350 - 420
345
345
AN IRISH OVAL CRESTED AND CHASED
SILVER TRINKET OR PIN TRAY,
by Matthew West, Dublin 1775, chased with
flowers and engraved with the crest of the Rawdon
family, later Earls of Moira, Co. Down, 7.5in (9cm),
78g. (1)
€800 - 1200
342
A RECTANGULAR IRISH SILVER BRIGHT CUT
SUGAR BOWL,
by Chris Haines Dublin 1876, the ogee shaped
body with two handles and raised on four ball feet,
8.25in (21cm), 262gr. (1)
€420 - 460
343
AN IRISH GEORGE III SILVER CRESTED WINE
FUNNEL,
by James Scott Dublin 1811, 6in (15cm), 104g. (1)
Inscribed as follows:
Used by three generations of the Persse family,
Masters of the Castleboy Blazers Co. Galway Hunt.
Burton Persse M.G.H. B. 1951-1829
Burton Persse M.G.H. B. 1782-1859
Burton R.P. Persse M.G.H., B. 1828-1885.
€700 - 900
343
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350A
A PAIR OF CIRCULAR SILVER SKILLET SALTS,
Birmingham, c. 1919, each with ball legs, a pair of
shell bowl salt spoons, another set of four silver
salts, each of rectangular shaped form, Birmingham
c.1900, and an Irish silver warming lamp, Dublin
c.1906. (9)
€80 - 120
345A
A CASED SET OF SIX SHEFFIELD SILVER
FRUIT KNIVES,
with silver blades and handles, Sheffield 1916;
together with a cased set of six coffee spoons,
each with pierced stem, Birmingham 1913. (2)
€80 - 150
351
A THREE PIECE CONDIMENT SET,
comprising two salts with spoons and blue glass
liner and a matching mustard, a pair of egg shaped
pepper castors, a pair of oval half reeded silver
salts, and another mustard. (8)
€80 - 150
346
A VICTORIAN EMBOSSED AND SILVER PLATED
PRESENTATION TEA KETTLE ON STAND,
with bird head finial and scroll handle, presented by
the Literary Class of the Limerick Protestant Young
Men Association, to the Rev. James Dowd, on the
occassion of his marriage 1881, 17in (43cm). (1)
€80 - 120
352
AN EDWARDIAN SILVER TWO HANDLED
SUGAR BOWL,
chased with scrolls and flowers, Birmingham
c. 1900, 169g; together with a heavy silver
christening mug, London 1895, 131g, and a 19161966 Irish silver dish, 74g. (3)
€150 - 250
347
A LARGE OVAL VICTORIAN SILVER PLATED
AND CRESTED TURKEY OR VENISON DISH OR
COVER,
each etched both sides with an armorial or crest,
with the motto Crom A Boo, Fortis Et Fidelis,
probably The Dukes of Leinster, with heavy bead
handle chased with scrolling flowers around
two cartouches with a bead edge, 20in (51cm);
together with a slightly smaller ditto, crested with a
six pointed star and the motto Quid Verum Atque
Decens Puro Et Rogo, 16in (41cm), and another
smaller crested ditto. (3)
€250 - 350
353
A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS SILVER
PLATE WARE.
comprising an embossed tea pot, a swing handled
cake basket, a rustic style tea kettle stand and
spirit lamp, a pair of silver plated candlesticks, a
three compartment dish, a soup ladle, and another
plated dish. (8)
€40 - 60
348
A HEAVY SILVER PLATED JEWELLERY CASKET,
profusely chased all over with scrolling foliage and
the cover with four cherubs in relief, 9.5in (24cm)h
x 7in (18cm). (1)
€150 - 220
354
A PART CANTEEN OF KINGS PATTERN SILVER
PLATED CUTLERY,
comprising twelve supper knives, seven dinner
knives, six dinner forks, six supper forks, six soup
spoons, six dessert spoons, three table spoons, and
a set of six pastry forks. (53)
€80 - 120
349
A FINE CANTEEN OF SILVER PLATED
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)
€400 - 500
355
A COLLECTION OF FIFTEEN VARIOUS
CONTINENTAL AND OTHER STERLING SILVER
FORKS AND SPOONS,
some 800 standard, 800g. (15)
€80 - 150
350
A SET OF TWELVE SPIRAL STEM BRIGHT CUT
SILVER COFFEE SPOONS,
late Victorian London 1893, contained in two
cases; together with a cased set of six Edwadian
silver taper pattern tea spoons, Sheffield 1903, a
silver butter knife, an Irish Victorian salt shovel, and
a salt spoon. (a lot)
€100 - 200
356
A LARGE HEAVY SILVER PLATED AND
CRESTED SALVER, by Matthew Bolton,
Birmingham c. 1800, with shell, leaf and scroll
cast edge, the centre chased with scrolling foliage,
raised on four shell scroll legs, 19in (49cm). (1)
€150 - 250
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364
A SMALL EDWARDIAN CHASED SILVER TEA
SERVICE, London 1904, by C. Krall, comprising
a pot belly tea pot with ebonized handle; together
with a matching two handled sugar bowl and a
cream jug, combined weight, 423gr. (3)
€180 - 250
357
A SILVER BULLET SHAPED TEAPOT,
by Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1890, with wavy
edge and hinged cover, crested, 395g, 8.5in
(22cm). (1)
€120 - 150
358
A PAIR OF SILVER VASES,
Birmingham 1919, the square shaped and
pierced top on a square tapering fluted stem and
conforming weighted base, 9in (23cm). (2)
€100 - 200
364A
A PAIR OF LATE VICTORIAN CHASED AND
EMBOSSED SILVER SHELL DISHES,
each of lobed form, by HY. Archer & Co Sheffield
1890, 6in (15cm)w, combined weight 228gr. (2)
€120 - 170
359
A THREE PIECE SILVER TEA SERVICE,
Sheffield 1938, comprising an ogee shaped tea
pot with ebonized handle and four ball feet, 11in
(28cm)w; together with a matching cream jug and
sugar bowl, combined weight 1094g. (1)
€350 - 450
365
A PAIR OF GEORGE III STYLE SILVER COFFEE
POTS, Sheffield 1934, each of oval baluster form
with a tall spout and ebonized handle, raised on
four scroll legs with pad feet, 7in (18cm), combined
weight 880gr. (2)
€200 - 300
360
AN OVAL OGEE SHAPED SILVER TEA POT,
Sheffield 1920, with ebonized scroll handle, 10in
(25cm), 511gr. (1)
€100 - 150
366
AN ATTRACTIVE SILVER VASE SHAPED HOT
WATER POT,
Birmingham 1900, the scroll ivory handle with ivory
insulators, under a double dome hinged cover and
half spiral fluted body, on a circular stem base, 10in
(26cm)h, 527gr. (1)
€250 - 300
360A
A RECTANGULAR MACHINE TURNED
CIGARETTE BOX,
Birmingham c. 1930; together with a bright cut
silver sugar tongs, Edinburgh 1879. (2)
€50 - 70
367
A SILVER BALUSTER SHAPED COFFEE POT,
Birmingham 1902, with ball feet and ebonized
handle, 8.25in (21cm)h, 445gr. (1)
€140 - 170
361
AN UNUSUAL SILVER OGEE SHAPED TEA POT,
Sheffield 1923, with shell spout, raised on four
reeded shell legs and applied with an ebonized
handle, 11in (28cm); together with a matching
silver two handled sugar bowl, combined weight
1065gr. (2)
€300 - 400
368
A PIERCED OVAL SILVER BOWL,
Sheffield 1901, with the distributors stamp Edward
& Sons Glasgow, the edge chased with flowers,
shells and scrolls and raised on a conforming
pierced and chased base with four legs, 9.5in
(24cm)w, 324g. (1)
€100 - 150
362
A SMALL LATE VICTORIAN SILVER TEA POT,
by William Hutton & Sons London, of rectangular
half reeded form, with ebonized handle, 254g, 8in
(20cm). (1)
€80 - 120
369
A SILVER OGEE SHAPED TEA POT,
Birmingham 1933, with ebonized handle, 11in
(28cm)w, 780gr. (1)
€180 - 250
363
AN EDWARDIAN SILVER HOT WATER JUG,
London 1909, with half reeded body and shell leaf
and gadroon moulded edge, on a stem base with
ebonized handle, 523gr., 8.5in (19.25cm)h. (1)
€100 - 150
369A
A THREE PIECE SILVER TEA SERVICE,
Birmingham 1925, comprising stemmed tea pot
with wooden handle; a two handled stemmed sugar
bowl and a stemmed cream jug, combined weight
769g; togehter with a silver sifting spoon and a
plated ditto. (5)
€200 - 300
37
375
AN UNUSUAL OPAL RING,
set in 18K yellow gold band. (1)
€580 - 650
370
A MATCHED PAIR OF CASED SILVER CHASED
AND EMBOSSED BERRY SPOONS,
both by William Eley & William Fern, London,
1780 & 1814, each bowl chased with fruit, in
presentation case by Walker & Hall of Sheffield. (1)
€80 - 100
376
A 9K YELLOW GOLD GEM SET DRESS RING,
the band set with an amber glass type stone. (1)
€100 - 200
371
A VERY UNUSUAL 19TH CENTURY ROSARY
BEADS,
with silver parters, with oval gilt brass pendant
depicting the crucifixion and two oval medals. (1)
€80 - 120
377
377
A THREE STONE DIAMOND RING,
the 14K yellow gold thick band, surmounted with
a bi-coloured setting enclosing the three pad
diamonds, diamond weight approx .80ct - 1ct. (1)
€1600 - 2000
373
378
AN 18K RUBY AND DIAMOND RING,
the four oval rubies with six round diamond
spacers on a plain band. (1)
€800 - 900
373
A FINE THREE STONE DIAMOND RING,
set in 18K white gold band, the plain mount with
three old round brilliant cut diamonds, diamond
weight approx 1.30-1.50ct. (1)
€3600 - 4200
379
A 19TH CENTURY TWO STONE DIAMOND
TWIST RING,
the two diamonds set in an 18K yellow gold band,
diamond weight approx .50ct. (1)
€600 - 700
380
A SINGLE DIAMOND RING,
the thick platinum band set with a pad brilliant cut
diamond, diamond weight .25ct. (1)
€800 - 900
374
381
A LADIES CHOPARD HAPPY SPORT STEEL
WRIST WATCH,
the round face with Roman numerals and enclosing
five floating diamonds, the winder set with a ruby
and the steel strap clasps set with four further
rubies. (1)
€1200 - 1400
374
A THREE STONE SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND
RING, the 18K yellow gold band with central oval
sapphire stone and diamonds to the tapering sides,
the R1 diamond weight .30ct, the sapphire .80ct. (1)
€1200 - 1800
38
394
A VERY ATTRACTIVE THREE STONE DIAMOND
RING,
with three brilliant cut stones, each in a crown
setting on 18k white gold band, diamond weight
0.65ct, VVS/F. (1)
€450 - 550
382
A PAIR OF LADIES EAR STUDS,
in the form of a flower with a central sapphire and
surrounded with five diamonds. (1)
€250 - 350
383
A HEAVY 9K GOLD WATCH CHAIN WITH T-BAR,
76gr. (1)
€550 - 750
395
A GOLD PANTHER MASK DRESS RING,
set with approx fifty four brilliant cut diamonds, with
a total weight of approx 1ct, G/H, VVS1/2, the
two eyes with round cut emeralds .08ct, on a 14k
yellow gold band. (1)
€875 - 950
387
A 14K DOUBLE GENTS KEYLESS LEVER
POCKET WATCH,
by Walthan U.S.A, 2in (5cm); together with gold
plated chain, the chain and a cruciform plated
pendant. (2)
€100 - 200
396
A 14K WHITE GOLD SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND
PENDANT,
with chain, of butterfly form, set with eighty seven
brilliant cut diamonds, and four facet cut oval
sapphires, diamond weight approx 0.87ct, clarity
SI, colour: Top Wesselton, sapphire weight approx
.80ct. (1)
€875 - 950
388
A PAIR OF VICTORIAN GOLD EARRINGS,
each with oval chased pendant, and a gold split
pearl memorial ring with black enamel. (3)
€100 - 150
389
AN OVAL VICTORIAN GOLD BROOCH,
with opaline panel overlaid with turquoise sprays
and another gold bar brooch with owl. (2)
€100 - 150
397
AN EARLY PEWTER POT BELLY TAPPIT HEN,
with hinged cover and double acorn thumb piece,
London touch marks to cover, on a circular base,
11in (28cm). (1)
€120 - 180
390
A VICTORIAN GOLD BROOCH,
with two pears of crescents and a centre garnet.
(1)
€100 - 150
398
AN EARLY ENGLISH BALUSTER SHAPED
PEWTER TAPPIT HEN,
with domed and hinged cover, bulbous thumb
piece, scroll handle on a domed stem base, 10.25in
(26cm). (1)
€100 - 150
391
A 9K GOLD FANCY LINK MUFF CHAIN,
30in (76cm), 19g. (1)
€200 - 250
399
AN 18TH CENTURY SCOTTISH PEWTER
FLAGON,
with scroll thumb piece and scroll handle, on a
flared circular foot, no marks, lacking finial, 11.25in
(29cm)h. (1)
€80 - 150
392
A 9K GOLD CHAIN,
15in (38cm)l, 15g. (1)
€100 - 150
393
A VERY ATTRACTIVE TWO STONE CROSS OVER
DIAMOND RING,
in 18k yellow and white gold, 3.4g, round cut facet
stones, .70ct of large stones, G/S1, smaller stones
to shoulder .06ct. (1)
€200 - 400
400
THREE EARLY 18TH CENTURY LARGE
FLAGONS,
probably Irish, each with a domed cover and scroll
thumb piece and with scroll handle, each raised
on flared circular foot, no marks, all approx 13in
(33cm)h. (3)
€700 - 800
39
406
AN UNUSUAL SILVER BEAKER,
flared form, the upper band chased with trailing
foliage, the centre with an elaborate armorial
crest and dated anno 1665, on a flaring base, 8in
(20cm). (1)
€250 - 350
401
A SMALL LATE 18TH/ EARLY 19TH CENTURY
BARREL SHAPED PEWTER HALF PINT BEER
TANKARD,
inscribed M. Stewart, Wheatsheaf Farnham;
together with another inscribed M. Drewery Boyce
and ten other pewter tankards; and other hot water
pots and sugar bowls. (16)
€100 - 200
407
AN EARLY PEWTER BARBERS BOWL,
with wriggle work rim and armorial centre and
an unusual thumb well, 9.5in (24cm); together
with another similar ditto, with shell cast ring wall
suspender. (2)
€150 - 250
401A
A COLLECTION OF PEWTER BOWLS AND
BASINS,
and a pewter steamer, a chamber candlestick, a
chased pewter plate with foliage, a pewter beaker
with glass base, a small pewter warming lamp, a
pewter mounted copper tankard with glass base,
and other miscellaneous pewter. (a lot)
€100 - 150
407A
A BALUSTER SHAPED LIDDED TANKARD,
with domed top and thumb piece, raised on a
circular stem base, 7.5in (19cm), and another
slightly smaller similar ditto, the domed top crested
with a crown. (2)
€140 - 180
402
A LATE 19TH CENTURY UNUSUAL WRIGGLE
WORK PEWTER TANKARD,
with domed cover and scroll thumb piece, the top
with a portrait medallion in relief and wriggle work
flower design to the body, on flared base, 8.5in
(22cm). (1)
€100 - 150
408
AN UNUSUAL 19TH CENTURY SWEDISH
PEWTER DESK STAND,
with double bow front and sloped pen
compartment, and raised on four ball and claw feet,
8in (20cm); together with another 19th century
rectangular four compartment pewter desk stand,
both as is, 8.25in (21cm); and one other, 5in
(13cm). (3)
€60 - 90
403
A GOOD EARLY PEWTER WRIGGLE WORK
TANKARD AND COVER,
the domed cover with scroll thumb piece and
handle, the wriggle work in the form of wheat
sheath and scrolling flowers, the domed cover with
a central portrait medallion in relief, on four leaf
cast bulbous legs, 8in (20cm). (1)
€200 - 300
409
A TALLL PEWTER CHALICE - POSSIBLY IRISH,
the screw off domed top with a cruciform finial,
on a bulbous stem base and circular foot, 12.25in
(31.5cm)h; together with a smaller similar ditto, on
baluster stem and circular foot, 9.25in (23.5cm). (2)
€250 - 350
404
AN ENGLISH WINE STANDARD PEWTER
QUART TANKARD,
the dome top with a pierced and shaped thumb
piece and scroll handle, by Christopher Banks II of
Bewdley, c.1770, as is, 7.25in (8.5cm)h; together
with another quart tankard with flat lid and shaped
thumb piece on stem base, 7.75in (19.75cm). (2)
€150 - 220
410
AN EARLY PEWTER CHAMBER POT,
with shaped handle, 8.5in (21cm); together with a
footed plate or tray, with circular dish top and stem
base detached, 11in (28cm). (2)
€140 - 170
405
A GOOD QUALITY 19TH CENTURY PEWTER
FLAGON,
the hinged cover with a double acorn thumb
piece, flat strap handle with the initials S.D.C., on a
circular base, 11in (28cm)h. (1)
€150 - 250
411
A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY PEWTER CANDLE
STICKS,
each with cylindrical stem and raised on a two
stage square flaring base, 7.5in (19cm); together
with another pair of late 19th century baluster
shaped leaf moulded candle sticks, 10in (26cm).
(4)
€150 - 180
40
417
TWO BALUSTER SHAPED PINT TANKARDS,
another pint tankard, indistinctly inscribed with a
name, and four other pint tankards. (7)
€100 - 200
412
A 19TH CENTURY BULBOUS TEA POT,
with domed cover raised on four legs; another later
similar tea pot, probably 20th century and a large
half gallon pewter tankard, 8.25in (21cm). (3)
€80 - 120
418
EIGHT EARLY PEWTER QUART TANKARDS,
various shapes and sizes and an inhaler, resting on
an early baluster shaped gill measure. (9)
€200 - 300
413
A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS EARLY
PEWTER,
comprising four cream jugs, three of baluster form,
one of helmet form, various sizes, the largest 6in
(15cm); together with an unusual holy water font
with hinged bowl, surmounted with a cross, 8.75in
(22cm); a half pint beaker; three pewter pepper
castors; three pewter spirit levels; a wine taster,
three salts. and a small sauce ladle. (17)
€100 - 150
419
A CIRCULAR EARLY PEWTER BED WARMER,
lacking handle, the hinged top engraved with
scrolling foliage and flower heads, 12in (30cm);
together with two early pewter plate warmers, each
with two handles and a hot water cavity, the larger
10.5in (27cm). (3)
€80 - 150
414
THREE ASSORTED EARLY PEWTER
PORRINGERS,
one from The Little Collection, with a circular
handle and the initials I.D. 7.5in (19cm), one with
pierced handle, 8in (20cm), a very early two
handled ditto 8in (20cm); together with another
modern ditto. (4)
€100 - 200
420
A TWO HANDLED PEWTER LOVING CUP,
with double scroll handles on a circular spreading
stem base, 6in (15cm), and a smaller matching
ditto, 4.5 (12cm); together with a pair of baluster
shaped pewter candlesticks, 9.75in (16in), and a
pair of smaller pewter candlesticks. (6)
€100 - 200
415
AN EARLY TWO HANDLED HOSPITAL BOWL,
inscribed Royal Hospital, 12in (30cm) including
handle; together with an early pewter hospital basin
11.25in (29cm); and a hospital male bed pan of
flask form, 7.5in (19cm). (3)
€140 - 170
421
THREE SMALL EARLY PEWTER PORRINGERS,
two with two pierced handles, the other with one,
the largest 4.25in (11cm); together with a pewter
wine funnel; a pewter salt, salt spoon and pepper
castor; a double ended egg cup style gill and
half gill measure, an early pewter beaker, 4.25in
(11cm), a 20th century pewter tankard, and eight
assorted pewter candlesticks; various shapes, sizes,
and dates. (18)
€100 - 150
416
AN EARLY PEWTER FUNNEL,
with ring suspender and strainer, and another
similar larger ditto, 5.5in (14cm)d; together with
two baluster shaped one pint tankard. (4)
€100 - 200
421A
A VERY EARLY PEWTER CHALICE,
probably Irish, with cylindrical bowl, on a flaring
single knop stem and three stage domed foot,
8.25in (21cm). (1)
€100 - 200
416A
A BOX LOT CONTAINING MISCELLANEOUS
PEWTER,
comprising a small pap boat, a small squat shaped
pewter mug or tankard, an early pewter jar, a
pewter inhaler, two small egg cups, one from the
little collection, a pewter chamber candlestick, a
small pewter half pint tankard, inscribed St. James’s
Vathouse, a pewter stemmed salt, a pewter tea pot,
a vase shaped baluster wick lamp, a pewter jug
vase, a silver plated baluster tankard, two double
sided spirit measure, a noggin measure, and a
pewter ink stand. (a lot)
€80 - 120
422
AN EARLY CRESTED PEWTER ONE PINT
TANKARD,
with glass bottom; another pint tankard stamped
J. Newman Dublin; another early ditto with leaf
cast pierced scroll handle, and two other half pint
tankards. (5)
€100 - 200
41
429
A COLLECTION OF VARIOUS JUGS AND
OTHER TANKARDS,
comprising a quart jug tankard, inscribed James
Yeats; ten early pewter pint tankards, and two half
pint tankards. (13)
€150 - 250
423
A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS PEWTER,
comprising a rectangular Chinoiserie chased tea
caddy and cover, 5in (13cm); a one pint stemmed
tankard; two other pint tankards; a one pint jug
tankard and measure with double scroll handle; a
Victorian quart jug tankard or measure with handle;
an egg cup shape gill measure; another measure
and two other pewter items. (10)
€100 - 200
429A
AN EARLY PEWTER FLAGON,
with circular hinged top and scroll thumb piece,
the shaped handle inscribed B.K., and the mark
Maitland to the base, provenance The Swain
Collection, 10in (26cm). (1)
€150 - 200
424
A SET OF FIVE IRISH PEWTER HAY STACK
MEASURES,
by Austen & Son North Main Street Cork,, a quart
pint, half pint, noggin, half noggin, the tallest 7.5in
(19cm). (5)
€400 - 500
430
FOUR LARGE EARLY PEWTER PLATTERS,
18in (46cm); four slightly smaller ditto, 16.6in
(42cm). (8)
€300 - 400
425
A MATCHED SET OF FIVE IRISH HAYSTACK
MEASURES,
three signed Austen & Son, North Main Street
Cork, comprising quart, pint half pint, noggin and
half noggin. (5)
€300 - 400
431
AN EARLY CIRCULAR BOWL OR DISH,
with two scroll handles, 13in (33cm); a pierced
pewter strawberry dish; together with three
unusual pewter desk stand, including one
of Bombé shape, with drawer and two other
compartments, probably French, 3.5in (9cm), a
circular barrel shaped ditto, 3.25in (8cm); and
a rectangular ditto, with drawer and two other
compartments, 5in (13cm). (5)
€150 - 250
426
AN IRISH HAALF PINT HAYSTACK PEWTER
MEASURE,
by Austin Cork, two other half pint pewter
measures, a noggin measure by Austin Cork,
another noggin measure, and a large gallon hay
stack measure, as is. (6)
€150 - 250
432
TWO LARGE PEWTER SOUP LADLES,
a small pewter sauce ladle; seven early tea spoons;
six table spoons; and a caddy spoon. (17)
€70 - 120
427
TWO OLD PEWTER HAND PUMPS,
one with turned wooden handle; a pair of large
circular pewter ink stands, 9in (22.5cm); three
early half pint tankards, two of baluster form with
stem base; a pint tankard indistinctly inscribed with
owners name, with glass bottom and three other
pint tankards. (11)
€100 - 200
433
A SET OF FOUR SMALL CEREAL OR PUDDING
BOWLS,
probably hospital bowls, two inscribed St. Anne,
another inscribed St. Anne-D’Auray, and one other
stamped St. Marie, each 7in (18cm); another early
pewter bowl 9.25in (23cm), indistinct inscription,
Success to the ?; and one other early pewter bowl,
8in (20cm). (7)
€200 - 300
427A
AN 18TH CENTURY PEWTER TAPPIT HEN,
c.1760, with the initial M.K, the domed cover with
a curved thumb piece and acorn finial, above a
shaped handle, and circular base, 12in (31cm). (1)
€300 - 500
434
A COLLECTION OF EARLY MISCELLANEOUS
PEWTER CURIOSITIES,
comprising two pewter ink stands; a pap boat; two
oil lamps; a small tray or salver; a candle mould;
a wine funnel top section with strainer; a pewter
baluster shaped jug; and two other miscellaneous
pieces of pewter. (13)
€150 - 250
428
A COLLECTION OF EARLY PEWTER BEER AND
SPIRIT MEASURES,
half pint, pint, gill, half gill, noggin, half noggin,
including Spanish measure by Jose Wripcil Madrid,
various sizes and shapes, some Irish. (approx 30)
€100 - 200
42
435
AN EARLY RARE TAVERN PEWTER HALF PINT
TANKARD,
with brass rim and double scroll handle, inscribed
Packham, and the base inscibed Bond Street
Brighton, 3.5in (9cm); together with a similar brass
mounted gill measure. (2)
€80 - 100
439A
A SMALL BALUSTER SHAPED NOGGIN
MEASURE,
by L & R. Merry Dublin, late 19th century; together
with a small pewter half pint tankard, by R.
Gleeson from the Swain Collection; and a pewter
porringer with shaped and pierced handle. (3)
€150 - 200
435A
A LARGE BOX CONTAINING A
MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTION OF MODERN
PEWTER TANKARDS.
and other miscellaneous pewter, comprising six half
pint tankards, nine pint tankards, various shapes
and sizes, a pewter oil lamp, a two handled pewter
cup, a coffee pot and matching hot water pot, two
pewter hip flasks, an oval pewter tray, modern and
other pewter goblets and measures. (approx 30).
€80 - 150
440
A PAIR OF SMALL PEWTER LIDDED JUGS,
one with a thumb piece in the form of the letter A,
the other the letter V, each of half reeded form, on
a stem base, 4.75in (12cm)h; another similar as
is, lacking thumb piece; another with shell tongue
piece and the domed top with the capital letter A,
on stem base with scroll handle, 4.25in (11cm);
four other similar small jugs, various sizes; together
with a small continental double centilitre pewter
measure with hinged cover and thumb piece, a
double decilitre ditto, another decilitre and one
demi decilitre jug measure. (12)
€200 - 300
436
A COLLECTION OF EIGHT VARIOUS 19TH
CENTURY PEWTER FOOD AND JELLY
MOULDS,
the majority of circular reeded form, the largest 6in
(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
€250 - 350
441
AN EARLY FRENCH PEWTER ECUELLE Á
BOUILLON,
with two cartouche handles and a half spiral fluted
domed cover, with a band of shells, flowers and C
scrolls, and a knop finial with portrait bust in relief
11in (28cm). (1)
€200 - 300
442
AN ALMOST MATCHING PAIR OF OLD PEWTER
GOBLETS OR CHALICES,
each with thistle top baluster type bowl, on a single
knop stem, one stamped James Dickson & Son,
each 8.25in (21cm). (2)
€80 - 150
437
NINE ASSORTED EARLY PINT, HALF PINT, AND
QUART TANKARDS,
various sizes and shapes, some as is. (9)
€150 - 250
438
A HEAVY AND UNUSUAL LARGE PEWTER JUG,
with cavity centre, probably hot water, the domed
cover with a cartouche and crest and a short
thumb piece, the baluster shaped body with an
ornate shell spout, and floral cast handle, probably
American, 13in (33cm). (1)
€80 - 100
442A
A PEWTER ONE PINT MEASURE,
three pewter water jugs, a pewter bottle vase, a
baluster shaped jar with screw off cover, and other
miscellaneous pewter. (12)
€70 - 90
443
AN EARLY PEWTER BALUSTER SHAPED
LIDDED PEWTER JUG,
with domed hinged top and scrolling thumb piece,
7.25in (18.5cm). (1)
€100 - 200
439
AN ALMOST MATCHING PAIR OF EARLY
PEWTER CHALICES,
probably Irish, each with a bucket shaped bowl,
on a single knop stem, on flaring stepped circular
base, 9in (23cm). (2)
€300 - 400
444
FIVE LARGE PEWTER PLATTERS,
15in (38cm); two slightly smaller ditto, 13.5in
(35cm); and two further plates 12in (31cm). (9)
€250 - 350
43
453
A PAIR OF FRENCH STYLE PAINTED WING
BACK ARM CHAIRS,
each with loose cushion and covered in iron red
velour, on front fluted legs, as is. (2)
€350 - 450
445
FIVE LARGE CIRCULAR BOWLS OR DISHES,
each approx 13in (33cm); together with fourteen
smaller pewter plates, 9.5in (24cm). (20)
€300 - 500
446
SIX PEWTER PINT MEASURES,
various sizes and shapes. (6)
€140 - 160
454
A PAIR OF HEAVY CARVED GILTWOOD TABLE
LAMPS, each in the form of a Griffin, raised on
stepped rectangular black limestone plinth, 23.5in
(60cm). (2)
€280 - 350
447
TWO LARGE PEAR SHAPED BALUSTER
PEWTER JUGS,
each with domed lid and mop finial, with short
thumb piece, on a stem base, 9in (23cm). (2)
€100 - 200
455
A COBALT BLUE GLASS WIRE BOUND
EASTERN STYLE GLASS LANTERN LIGHT,.
24in (61cm). (1)
€80 - 120
448
A MATCHED SET OF TWELVE EARLY PEWTER
DINNER PLATES, each 9.5in (24.5cm). (12)
€200 - 300
456
A PAIR OF CARVED GILTWOOD WALL
APPLIQUES,
each modelled as a musical cherub, 18.5in (47cm).
(2)
€140 - 170
449
A MATCHED SET OF TWELVE EARLY PEWTER
PLATES, 9.5in (24.5cm). (12)
€200 - 300
457
TWO BRASS DESK LIGHTS,
each with a shell shaped shade and adjustable
neck, each approx 23.5in (59cm)h. (1)
€50 - 70
449A
A LARGE EARLY PEWTER FLAGGAN,
with domed and hinged top and scrolling thumb
piece, the upward cylindrical tapering body, on a
circular moulded base 13in (33cm). (1)
€150 - 250
458
A BRASS MILITARY CAP BADGE,
mounted on black limestone panel, together with
three early silver plated and crested buttons by J.
Croker Dame Street Dublin, three brass military
buttons, and a set of brass tassels or beads. (a lot)
€60 - 90
450
TWELVE VARIOUS EARLY ROUND PEWTER
PLATES, the largest 10.5in (27cm), the smallest
7in (18cm); together with another dish with shaped
edge,. (13)
€150 - 250
459
A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY STEEL SPURS,
each set on a circular rouge marble base. (2)
€80 - 120
451
AN IRISH CHIPPENDALE STYLE MAHOGANY
CAMEL BACK SETTEE, with padded scroll arms
and serpentine fronted seat and a gadroon edge,
raised on three front shell carved cabriole legs with
ball and claw feet. (1)
€1000 - 1500
460
AN UNUSUAL TWO PIECE SUITE OF SEAT
FURNITURE,
in Irish George II style, comprising a triple chair
back settee, each with cartouche shaped panels,
under eagle masks and a serpentine fronted drop
in seat, raised on mask headed cabriole legs with
paw feet; together with a matching arm chair. (2)
€450 - 550
452
A 19TH CENTURY CIRCULAR BRASS LONG
CASE CLOCK DIAL, with Arabic and Roman
numerals, subsidiary dial for seconds and silverised
date aperture, 12.25in (31.5cm); together with a
painted brass phases of the moon dial, another
round painted dial with double fusee movement,
as is; a circular long case clock dial, as is; a double
fusée bracket clock movement, as is; and various
other clock movements. (a lot)
€80 - 150
461
AFTER JULES MOIGNIEZ,
a bronze candlestick modelled as a stork, on a
circular black limestone plinth. (1 )
€140 - 170
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462
THREE MINIATURE BRASS FENDER MODELS,
the largest 8in (20cm); together with a pair of brass tri-pod
stands, each in the form a snap top table with circular top. (5)
€80 - 120
463
A CAST AND WROUGHT IRON WINE CELLAR GATE,
with one trellis panel and the lower panel with a series of
scrolls, 7fth (213.5cm)h x 34.75in (88cm)w. (1)
€380 - 450
464
A SET OF THREE COLOURED BOTANICAL PRINTS,
each in silvered frame and a larger coloured print depicting
various birds. (4)
€70 - 90
465
GRAHAM ISOM (B.1945),
Lady Riding Side Saddle with Horse Head Study and Hound
Studies, W.C. and oil, signed lower left, 15in (38cm)h x 19.5in
(50cm)w. (1)
€300 - 500
466
A ROSEWOOD AND BRASS MOUNTED DESKTOP CASKET,
with lift-out ink stand and lower compartment with lift out
tray and a hinged top; the back, front, and sides each with
decorated porcelain panels in the Sévres style, decorated with
flowers and birds, on a rectangular moulded and cast brass
base with circular bun feet, 13in (33cm). (1)
€600 - 700
467
AN UNUSUAL BRASS AND WOODEN DESK TIME PIECE,
with fusée movement, by Lamb & Webb of London, no. 1219,
the circular panel dial with Arabic and Roman numerals, the
fusee movement with an ornate back plate, with pierced and
engraved cock, in a wheel form applied with leaf scrolls and
a pointing hand, mounted with an urn finial, on a shaped
and decorated wooden plinth, decorated with an oval panel
decorated with a vase of flowers, 9.5in (24cm)h x 5in (12cm).
(1)
€250 - 350
468
A FINE IRISH 18TH CENTURY EIGHT DAY LONG CASE
CLOCK,
by Chris Hull of Dublin, the swan neck pediment with two
rosettes, flanking a stylized shell, above a stylized lion mask,
on a leaf carved moulded band and a square brass dial, the
circular chapter ring with Arabic and Roman numerals and
subsidiary dial for seconds and date aperture, within ornate
leaf scroll and mask spandrels, above an arched and moulded
long trunk door, flanked with half round fluted pilasters, on a
moulded box base with bracket feet, 90in (228cm)h x 21in
(53cm). (1)
€3000 - 4000
45
468
472
A COLLECTION OF CRYSTAL GLASS,
including some Waterford, comprising six ports, five
whiskey tumblers, four white wines, four liqueur
glasses, small sherry glass, a pair of small tumblers;
a set of five other unusual cut glass tumblers and
four grapefruit glasses. (27)
€150 - 250
469
A VERY ATTRACTIVE 19TH CENTURY
ROSEWOOD DROP DIAL WALL CLOCK,
with double fusée movement, the mother-o-pearl
inlay depicting horses, birds, deer, and scrolling
foliage; the circular painted dial with Roman
numerals, inside a brass bezel in octagonal frame;
with hinged pendulum access below, no aperture,
the spandrels with carved foliage, 28in (71cm)h x
17in (43cm). (1)
€200 - 300
473
SAMMEL MELFORT (1810-1896),
a silhouette profile portrait, Henry Ridgway,
standing and facing right, signed lower left 10in
(26cm)h x 7.75in (20cm). (1)
€200 - 300
474
A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY SILHOUETTE
PROFILE MINIATURE PORTRAITS,
each depicting a lady facing left, 4in (10cm)h x
2.25in (6cm); tpgether with a pair of oval black and
white miniature portrait prints and one other pair of
oval painted prints. (6)
€100 - 150
475
A CIRCULAR POKER WORK FOLDING
OCCASIONAL TABLE,
the lift off top painted with colourful flowers, on a
conforming folding stand, 19in (49cm)d. (1)
€80 - 120
470
470
HENRY FREDERICK LUCAS-LUCAS (18481943),
The Tetrarch, portrait study in a stable, O.O.C.,
signed lower right, inscribed lower left, two year
old Tetrarch, by Roi Herod-Vahren foaled 1911, 9in
(23cm)h x 11.5in (29.5cm). (1)
€1200 - 1500
Tetrarch Foaled at Straffan Station Stud near
Ardclough in Co. Kildare and was sired by Roi
Herod (France), out of Vahren; dismissed for his
colour and having no racing potential, he was sold
by his breeder to Major Dermot H. B. McCalmont
and placed under the care of a trainer at
Attypersse. As a two year old, he entered the track
under the jockey Steve Donahue and defeated his
competition. He was quickly dubbed the spotted
wonder, and won all seven of his 1913 starts. In
1915 he was sent to Thomastown stud in Co.
Kilkenny Ireland and was later moved to his own
Ballylynch Stud just east of Thomastown. He died
on Ballylynch Stud on the 8th of August 1935 at
the age of 24.
€0 - 0
476
A GEORGE III PERIOD INLAID MAHOGANY
BUREAU,
the slope front with chevron bands, opening
to reveal a fitted interior with ten drawers,
eight pigeon holes and two long and two short
drawers below, raised on associated bracket feet,
supporting an associated top with two astragal
glazed doors, under a moulded cornice, approx 79in
(201cm)h x 41in (104cm)w. (1)
€400 - 600
477
FRANK J. EGGINGTON RCA, FIAL, (1908-1990)
Cush Bay, Templenoe, Co. Kerry, W.C., signed and
dated ‘77, lower left, also inscribed verso, 21in
(53cm) x 29.5in (75cm). (1)
€700 - 1100
478
A FINE 19TH CENTURY ROCOCO STYLE
FRENCH BRONZE AND GILT BRONZE
BOUDOIR MANTEL TIME PIECE,
by Dehne of Paris, the lever movement signed on
the back plate, surmounted with a floral ormolu
finial and a dark bronze clock case with Rococo
scrolls and shells, on an ormolu base, 11in (28cm)
h. (1)
€250 - 350
471
FREDERICK HARDING (ACT 1814-1857),
oval miniature portrait, Mary Shelton Nee Richards,
widow of captain J. Shelton, signed lower centre,
6in (15cm)h x 5in (12.5cm). (1)
€300 - 400
46
480
483
AN EDWARDIAN INLAID MAHOGANY
DRESSING TABLE,
lacking top, fitted with two cross banded frieze
drawers, the front square tapering legs inlaid with
hanging bell flowers and headed with shells, 44in
(112cm)w, as is. (1)
€150 - 250
478
479
A BRONZE GROUP,
modelled with two German Shepherds, one
recumbent, the other seated, on an oblong white
marble base, 21in (53cm). (2)
€200 - 300
484
ALEXANDER WILLIAMS RHA, (1846-1930),
The Colleen Bán Rock, Killarney, W.C., signed and
inscribed lower right, 9.25in (24cm)h x 17.5in
(44cm). (1)
€200 - 300
480
FRANK J. EGGINGTON, RCA, FIAL, (1908-1990)
Drumquinna, Kenmare, Co Kerry, W.C., signed and
dated ‘77 lower left, also inscribed verso, 21in
(53cm) x 29.5in(75cm). (1)
€700 - 1100
485
A VERY ATTRACTIVE LATE VICTORIAN
EBONISED AND BIRDS EYE MAPLE BANDED
CREDENZA,
of inverted breakfront outline, with brass mounts,
the frieze inlaid with leaf sprays and anthemions,
above three glazed doors, the centre with a wide
square panel with curved corners and the outer
panels with arched tops and raised on short turned
legs, 43in (119cm)h x 70in (178cm). (1)
€1800 - 2500
481
A REGENCY STYLE MAHOGANY WINDOW
STOOL,
with scroll sides and padded seat, raised on an X
shaped frame covered in ivory fabric on scroll legs,
63in (160cm). (1)
€150 - 250
482
A VERY FINE VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD
CHIMING BRACKET CLOCK,
with Cambridge and Westminster chimes, the
double fusee movement striking on eight steel bells
and a steel gong, the arched and brass inlaid case
with a pineapple finial and a brass urn finial to each
corner, the arched face with four silverised chapter
rings, for chime / silent slow / fast and Cambridge
/ Westminster; the main chapter ring with Arabic
and Roman numerals and a central gilt roundel
inside mask and scroll spandrels, flanked to either
side with a reeded brass column with Corinthian
capital above a fluted frieze, on an inverted
breakfront plinth with reeded brass and rosewood
bun feet, 30.5in (77cm)h x 16.75in (43cm). (1)
€1800 - 2500
47
482
485
491
488
A VICTORIAN WALNUT PEDESTAL WRITING
DESK,
the rectangular moulded top with a leatherette
inset, above three frieze drawers, raised on two
pedestals, each with three frieze drawers and
raised on a plinth with casters, 47in (120cm). (1)
€180 - 250
486
A TWO-BRANCH THREE-LIGHT CUT GLASS
CANDELABRUM,
the urn shaped top socket with a cutglass drip
tray, and festoons of buttons with hanging lustre
drops, and two conforming arms with similar urns
and drops, on a baluster stem with shaped circular
base, 22in (56cm)h x 15in (38cm)w. (1)
€380 - 450
489
FRANCESCO PELUSO (1836-1916)
Spinning Yarn, Couple Chatting in an Interior,
O.O.C., signed lower right, 15.25in (39cm) x 9.5in
(24cm). (1)
€700 - 1100
487
ATTRIBUTED TO OLIVER CHARLES DE PENNE(
1831-1897)
Two Hounds in a Stable, O.O.P., bears signature
lower left, 11in (28cm) x 9in (23cm). (1)
€600 - 800
490
AN AFGHAN RUG,
with burgundy field and centre medallion, inside a
wide border, 9ft6 (292cm)h x 7ft1 (216cm). (1)
€250 - 300
491
A FINE FRENCH ORMOLU MANTEL CLOCK,
by V. Guyerdet Aine Paris, mid 19th century, signed
on the dial and on the back plate with outside
count wheel, silk suspension movement striking
on a steel bell, no.4397, the ornate Rococo and
leaf cast case with a circular silverised dial and
Roman numerals above a fine large porcelain
panel, decorated with colourful flowers and raised
on four heavy leaf cast scroll legs, 15.5in (40cm)h
x 10.25in (26cm)w. (1)
€1400 - 1600
492
A PAIR OF UNUSUAL PAINTED AND PARCEL
GILT COMPOSITION TORCHÈRES OR
STANDARD LAMPS,
each in the Florentine style, with lantern tops, one
as is, on a fluted stem with central collar and each
base with flowers and foliage in relief and raised
on four paw feet, 6ftin (183cm). (2)
€200 - 300
489
48
499
AFTER JEAN ANTOINE HOUDON (1741-1828),
an attractive bronze figure of a peasant woman
with sheath of wheat and tambourine by her feet,
bears foundry mark, with dark brown patina, 24in
(61cm)h. (1)
€900 - 1100
500
A PAIR OF ATTRACTIVE
GEORGIAN STYLE
MAHOGANY
GAINSBOROUGH TYPE
LIBRARY ARMCHAIRS,
each with padded back,
seat, and elbow rests; the
relief carved arm fronts with
carved rosettes and raised
on front square carved
panelled legs. (2)
€1200 - 1600
493
493
AN ATTRACTIVE PAIR OF SATINWOOD
MARQUETRY DEMILUNE COMMODES OR SIDE
CUPBOARDS,
in the George III style, O.R.M., each top top with
a central fan and a band of floral swags, above a
frieze drawer and a bow fronted cupboard door,
inlaid with an urn and two further doors to either
side, each with a similar urn inlay and raised on
four square tapering panel legs, 38in (96cm)h x
48in 122cm). (2)
€2500 - 3000
501
A SMALL EDWARDIAN
INLAID MAHOGANY AND
KIDNEY SHAPED LADIES
WRITING TABLE,
with frieze drawer, on square
tapering legs, 30in (76cm).
(1)
€150 - 250
494
A GEORGE IV PERIOD INLAID MAHOGANY
BEDSIDE NIGHT TIME COMMODE,
the lift up fold back top opening to reveal a
furnished compartment, with ceramic bowl, flanked
to either side with two elbow rests and two mock
drawers below, raised on splayed bracket feet, 24in
(62cm). (1)
€150 - 250
502
A VERY OLD
ADVERTISING MIRROR,
for Fry’s Celebrated
Chocolate, by Royal
Authority, in original moulded
frame, 28.5in (73cm)h x
22.5in (57cm). (1)
€200 - 300
495
19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL SCHOOL
Interior Scene with Two Musicians, O.O.P., 12.5in
(32cm) x 9in(23cm). (1)
€280 - 350
496
AFTER F.C. TURNER,
coloured racing scene, Our Nell, Winner of The
Oaks at Epsom 1842, 24in (61cm)h x 28.5in
(73cm). (1)
€120 - 150
503
A PAIR OF BLUE GLASS
PEAR SHAPED WIRE
BOUND HANGING
LANTERN LIGHTS,
24in (61cm). (2)
€180 - 220
497
AN EARLY BOURNEVILLE CADBURY COCOA
ADVERTISING MIRROR,
10in (26cm)h x 16in (41cm). (1)
€100 - 150
504
DAVID WILSON (18731935)
Still Life, Colourful Flowers
on a Ledge, O.O.C., signed
lower left, 28.5in (73cm) x
24.5 (62cm). (1)
€200 - 350
498
PORT: OFFLEY,
1985, 6 bottles. (6)
€270 - 350
49
499, 1051
511
AN IRON RED GROUND ORIENTAL CARPET,
with all over floral pattern inside an ivory turquoise
border, 12ft6in (381cm) x 9ft4in (284cm). (1)
€300 - 500
505
A FRENCH WHITE VARIEGATED MARBLE
MANTEL CLOCK,
the architectural style case with a large gilt bronze
eagle surmounted, with out stretched wings,
the circular enamel dial with Arabic numerals
indistinctly signed and inscribed Just, and a twin
chamber mercury pendulum, striking on a steel
bell, within four glazed panels including two hinged
doors, and flanked to either side with a brass
mounted column, on a stepped rectangular shaped
plinth with brass feet, 15.5in (40cm)h x 10in
(26cm). (1)
€350 - 550
512
A SMALL WALNUT CASED DESK CLOCK,
with a fine watch fusee movement, by Graham of
London, no. 1233, with attractive engraved back
plate and cock, the cock with an oval portrait in
relief, probably King George III, the scroll top
with a centre shell above a silverised dial on a
rectangular moulded plinth, 6in (15cm)h x 4.75in
(12cm); together with a small French white marble
time piece, by Revete, with short pendulum, the
circular white marble drum resting on two rolls,
on a rectangular moulded plinth, 6in (15cm)h x 7
(18cm). (2)
€150 - 250
506
AN ATTRACTIVE PAIR OF BRONZE GILT
BRONZE AND FAUX MALACHITE TAZZI,
each centre bowl with Medusa mask within two
leaf sprays, on an ornate stem with square stepped
faux malachite base, 8in (20cm). (2)
€400 - 500
513
A VERY UNUSUAL LATE 19TH CENTURY
SAMSON PORCELAIN GROUP,
modelled with elegant figures playing backgammon,
two seated, one standing, the gent with a bird on
his left shoulder, 10in (26cm)h x 12in (30cm), in
fitted leather bound case crested with coronet. (1)
€700 - 1100
507
JEAN OSBORNE (1926-1965),
Portrait of a Gentleman, wearing a red jacket and
with bearded face, O.O.C., signed lower right and
dated 1951, 16in (41cm) x 13.5in (34cm). (1)
€200 - 300
514
A LATE VICTORIAN WALNUT SHAVING STAND,
with circular bevelled mirror plate with telescopic
action, above a circular moulded top with two
hinged compartments, on a turned stem with tripod base, 57in (145cm) approx. (1)
€200 - 300
508
A LARGE MAHOGANY PARTNERS PEDESTAL
WRITING DESK,
the tooled leather top above frieze drawers, raised
on two pedestals, each with four drawers, two to
either side and raised on square tapering reeded
legs, 6ft (183cm)h x 4ft (182cm)w. (1)
€1800 - 2500
515
AN EARLY ENAMEL ADVERTISING SIGN,
for Players Drumhead Cigarettes, 26in (92cm)h x
18in (46cm). (1)
€150 - 250
509
A GEORGE III INLAID AND CROSS BANDED
MAHOGANY LADIES WORK TABLE,
the octagonal top above a frieze drawer, raised on
square tapering inlaid legs,
united by a turned stretcher,
28in (71cm)h x 24in (61cm)
w. (1)
€300 - 400
510
AN OLD ADVERTISING
SIGN,
for Black & White Whiskey,
depicting greyhounds in a
landscape, 19.5in (50cm)h x
14.5in (37cm). (1)
€100 - 200
508
50
516
520
519
A CARVED WALL BRACKET,
modelled with a perched eagle with outstretched
wings above a fruit swag, 17in (43cm)h x 19in
(48cm)W. (1)
€70 - 90
516
CHARLES GREY R.H.A. (1808-1892)
A Chestnut Hunter in a Landscape with Sugar Loaf
Beyond from the Grounds of Powerscourt Estate
,O.O.C. 19in (48cm) x 26in (66cm).
520
JOHN LYNN (ACT. 1826-1869),
A Yacht and other Ships, Gibraltar, O.O.C., signed
and dated 1833 lower right, 18in (46cm)h x 24in
(41cm). (1)
€1000 - 1500
Note: a label verso refers to a pencil inscription on
the stretcher and states that the horse was given
to the artist by Lord Powerscourt.
See Walter George Strickland, a dictionary of
Irish artists vol 1, page 411 which outlines the
connection with Viscount Powerscourt.
€1000 - 2000
517
A SMALL BRONZE MODEL OF A BOXER DOG,
raised on an oval polished limestone base, 8in
(20cm). (1)
€180 - 250
521
521
AN ATTRACTIVE PAIR OF GEORGE III STYLE
MAHOGANY BEDSIDE CHESTS,
O.R.M., each with four long graduating drawers
and a brushing slide, raised on bracket feet, 29in
(74cm)h x 24in (61cm)w. (2)
€1400 - 1600
518
518
A LARGE BRONZE FIGURE,
modelled as a stag at bay, with large antlers on a
rugged base, 46in (117cm)h x 38in (97cm)l. (1)
€1200 - 1600
51
530
A GOOD OLD ADVERTISING MIRROR,
for Powers Purepot Still Whiskey, in moulded and
painted frame, 25in (64cm)h x 9in (23cm). (1)
€200 - 300
522
A SATINWOOD CORNER CABINET,
in the George III style, O.R.M., the moulded cornice
above an astragal glazed door and solid panel door
below, raised on bracket feet, 82in (109cm)h x
27in (69cm). (1)
€550 - 650
531
A LATE 19TH CENTURY WALNUT CASED
CUCKOO BRACKET OR MANTEL CLOCK,
in the Gothic style with double fusee movement,
bellows, gong and cuckoo automaton, the popout door under a V roof, circular wooden dial with
applied Roman numerals, raised on a rectangular
two stage base on bracket feet, 16in (41cm)h x
10.5in (27cm). (1)
€280 - 350
523
A PAIR OF VICTORIAN WALNUT JARDINIERE
STANDS,
each with circular top, on a turned and reeded stem
on tri-pod base, 32in (81cm)h x 15in (38cm)d. (2)
€200 - 300
524
AN ADVERTISING BOARD,
for Jameson Whiskey, depicting a jockey riding a
Jameson bottle, on board, 36in (91cm)sq. (1)
€100 - 200
532
A BRONZE EQUESTRIAN GROUP, modelled
with dressage horse and jockey, 23in(59cm)h x
22in(56cm)l. (1)
€250 - 350
525
19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL SCHOOL
Fishermen Unloading their Catch, O.O.C., 13.5in
(35cm) x 21.5in(55cm). (1)
€250 - 350
526
WINE: CH. LYNCH BAGES,
three bottles, 2000 (3)
€550 - 600
527
A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY DUCHESS STYLE
MAHOGANY DRESSING TABLE,
with arched swing frame mirror, on scroll supports
and two small drawers to either side and frieze
drawer below, raised on half fluted reeded supports,
on shaped platform base, 46in (117cm). (1)
€150 - 250
528
AN IRISH CANOE SHAPED CUT GLASS FRUIT
BOWL,
c. 1800, with diamond and star cut panels, under
a wavy edge and a stem base with oval reeded
lemon squeeze base, 9.25in (24cm)h x 13.25in
(34cm), two chips to rim. (1)
€600 - 800
533
533
A FINE ROSEWOOD BRASS MOUNTED AND
BRASS INLAID CHIFFIONIER,
the super structure with three shelves, supported
by brass columns, on an inverted break front base
with mock frieze drawer and two brass grill doors
below, flanked to either side with brass mounted
column and raised on front lion paw feet, 58.5in
(150cm)h x 37.5in (95cm). (1)
€2400 - 2800
529
AN UNUSUAL VICTORIAN CIRCULAR WALNUT
BEDSIDE WASH STAND PEDESTAL,
the circular moulded top opening to reveal a
blue and white porcelain wash basin, on a fluted
pedestal with cupboard door and raised on an
octagonal plinth, 31in (79cm)h x 15.25in (39cm).
(1)
€100 - 200
52
537
AN EARLY HEAVY ADVERTISING MIRROR,
for Players Please, in oak frame, 14.5in (27cm)h x
18.5in (37cm). (1)
€150 - 250
534
A PAIR OF INLAID ROSEWOOD BEDSIDE
PEDESTALS,
20th century, each with a three quarter gallery,
segmented top. and a frieze drawer; one with two
doors, the other with a vacant compartment, raised
on cabriole legs, 28in (71cm)h x 16.25in (41cm).
(1)
€120 - 150
538
AFTER FINCH MASON, C. HAVELL AND
BRADLEY,
a set of eight sepia style hunting prints, 8.5in
(22cm) x 10.5in(27cm). (8)
€120 - 170
539
A LARGE VICTORIAN WHEEL BAROMETER,
by J.B. & J. Ronchetti Manchester, the arched and
moulded top with a dry damp dial, a thermometer
dial below and a large circular silverised barometer
dial, the case moulded with sea scrolls and a
circular spirit level and dial to the base, 44in
(112cm)h x 15in (38cm). (1)
€150 - 250
540
A BRONZE FIGURE OF A SEMI NUDE DANCER,
on circular polished limestone base, 14in (36cm).
(1)
€150 - 180
535
535
AN ART NOUVEAU CARVED WALNUT
OCCASIONAL CHAIR,
with tapering board back and octagonal solid seat
on turned legs; together with a similar circular three
legged stool. (2)
€80 - 120
541
A 19TH CENTURY BRONZE GROUP,
modelled with two classical figures and a leopard
on ractangular walnut plinth, indistinctly signed
and with HL monogramme, 5.5in (14cm)h x 6in
(15cm)w. (1)
€680 - 750
536
EARLY 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL,
On Coming Squall with Fishing Boats, O.O.P., 19.5in
(50cm)h x 23in (59cm). (1)
€1000 - 1500
542
A SMALL KIDNEY SHAPED WALNUT LAMP
TABLE,
on square tapering spade legs, 18in (46cm). (1)
€20 - 30
543
A WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY CONSOLE
TABLE,
of narrow proportions, the black speckled marble
top above a plain frieze raised on front lappet
headed scroll supports, raised on an inverted
breakfront plinth, 34in (86cm)h x 23in (59cm)w. (1)
€1200 - 1400
544
GEORGE HAUGHLON (19TH CENTURY ANGLO
IRISH SCHOOL),
A Two Mast Sailing Ship, with eight guns, and flying
the British Post office flag and docked near a small
cove, O.O.C., signed lower left 17.5in (45cm)h x
25in (64cm); and its companion, a similar subject,
a pair. (2)
€1000 - 1500
543
53
550
JAMES DOCHARTY (1829-1878),
River Landscape, depicting a man holding a fishing
rod and cattle beyond, O.O.C., signed lower right,
23.5in (60cm)h x 36in (91cm). (1)
€700 - 1100
551
A WILLIAM IV MAHOGANY HIGH BACK
OCCASIONAL CHAIR, by Williams & Gibton,
stamped - no. 30287, with padded back on front
leaf moulded turned legs. (1)
€150 - 200
544
552
A TRIPTYCH MAHOGANY DRESSING TABLE
MIRROR,
with three mirror panels and fold-out sides, above a
fret cut panel, 40in (102cm) extended. (1)
€70 - 120
545
AFTER G.D.GILES
A set of six coloured hunting prints each in
attractive frame and mount, 9.75in (25cm) x 7.5in
(19cm). (6)
€100 - 200
553
A COUNTER TOP ADVERTISING GLASS
DISPLAY CASE,
for Fry’s Choice Chocolate, with bowed glass front
panel and hinged back panel, the mahogany case
etched with S. Fry & Sons Ltd. 19.5in (50cm)h x
18in (46cm). (1)
€200 - 300
546
AN ATTRACTIVE FRENCH BRONZE AND GILT
BRONZE MANTEL CLOCK,
late 19th century, the movement with outside count
wheel and silk suspension, striking on a steel bell,
the top surmounted with a bronze group modelled
with young boy sawing a log, above a circular dial
with Roman numerals on an enamel band and
relief panel below with kids playing see saw, 16in
(41cm). (1)
€1000 - 1200
547
AN UNUSUAL VICTORIAN OAK STICK
BAROMETER,
by West of London, the arched top with a carved
cartouche crest with scrolls, above an ivory dial
with thermometer and a mercury tube above a bow
fronted cistern cover, flanked with scrolls, 37in
(94cm). (1)
€150 - 250
554
548
A 19TH CENTURY BRONZE AND GILT BRONZE
FIGURE,
of a blindfolded man with mop and bucket by his
feet, 7in (18cm). (1)
€650 - 750
554
A VERY UNUSUAL AND RARE CARVED BLACK
FOREST MANTEL OR BRACKET CLOCK,
19th century by A.C.V. Bergen of Interlacken,
the rustic case carved with various foliage and
a French movement by Marti & Co. with outside
count wheel, striking on a steel bell and a black
two stage dial and gilt Roman numerals and
skeleton escapement 15.5in (39cm)h x 16in
(41cm)w. (1)
€500 - 700
549
A GEORGE III PERIOD MAHOGANY CIRCULAR
SNAP TOP CENTRE TABLE,
with dish type edge, on a turned baluster stem and
tri-pod base, terminating in pad feet, 31.5in (80cm)
d. (1)
€200 - 300
54
562
A SILVER PLATED SWAN HEAD PAPER CLIP,
with glass eyes and another larger fish head ditto.
(2)
€80 - 150
555
A LARGE COMPOSITION BUST OF THE
EMPEROR ANTONINUS PIUS,
raised on a turned socle, standing on a large
column with octagonal base, the bust 34in (87cm)
h, the column, 49in (125cm). (1)
€800 - 1200
563
A GOOD BOWLER HAT,
by Tress & Co. London and distributed by
Callahan’s of Dame Street Dublin, in heavy fitted
leather case. (1)
€80 - 120
556
A PAIR OF WHITE VEINED MARBLE
MANTELPIECE URNS,
each in the Matthew Bolton style, the finials in the
form of fruit above a leaf cast band, applied with
two rams’ mask handles issuing floral swags, on a
square stem base, 21in (53cm). (1)
€800 - 1200
564
A THREE TIER OAK WALL BRACKET,
in the Gothic style with cut out cruciform panels,
28in (71cm)h x 25in (64cm)w. (1)
€80 - 100
557
A CIRCULAR EBONY STRUNG SATIN WOOD
CENTRE TABLE,
with cross banded top, raised on four square
tapering slightly curved legs, 30in (76cm)d. (1)
€200 - 300
565
A FINE 19TH CENTURY FRENCH BRONZE
AND YELLOW MARBLE MANTEL CLOCK,
by Duval of Paris, the works by Pons, with outside
count wheel striking on a steel bell, the circular
silverised dial, signed Duval of Paris, and with
Roman numerals, the case surmounted with a
bronze model of Brittania holding a gilt metal
trident, on a rectangular yellow marble plinth
applied with ornate brass mounts and a tongue
and dart cast base moulding with bun feet, 21.25in
(54cm)h x 14.75in (38cm). (1)
€700 - 1100
558
A VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD AND MOTHER O’
PEARL INLAID SLOPE TOP LAP DESK,
inscribed Sarah Houghton Grubb, with fold out
writing surface 14in (26cm); together with another
rosewood and mahogany banded ditto, 14in
(26cm). (1)
€80 - 120
559
A FRENCH WHITE MARBLE AND GILT BRONZE
FIGURAL MANTEL CLOCK,
by Leroy of Paris, with outside count wheel, striking
on a steel bell, the circular enamel dial with Roman
numerals signed, the drum flanked to one side
with a young peasant girl kissing a wounded dove,
the white stepped and moulded base with green
variegated marble panels, raised on claw feet,
18.5in (47cm)h x 17in (43cm)w. (1)
€700 - 1100
566
AFTER ANNIBALE DE LOTTO (1900-1979),
bronze study of The Crab Boy, semi nude standing
on a circular base, 35in (89cm). (1)
€0 - 0
560
A RECTANGULAR FRENCH PORCELAIN
PANEL,
depicting figures by a river, indistinctly signed, in
ornate gilt frame, 11in (28cm)h x 17in (43cm). (1)
€300 - 400
568
AN EDWARDIAN WALNUT ENVELOPE CARD
TABLE,
with four pull out flaps and a tooled leather top,
above a frieze drawer, raised on carved cabriole
legs, united by an ornate stretcher, 22in (56cm). (1)
€150 - 200
567
A COLD PAINTED BRONZE FIGURE,
modelled as an Arab man on prayer rug, 5.5in
(14cm). (1)
€150 - 200
561
A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY SUTHERLAND
TABLE,
with rectangular flaps and rounded corners, raised
on baluster turned supports, on arched down
turned legs, united by a conforming stretcher,
32.5in (82cm)w. (1)
€150 - 250
569
A LATE 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY DROP
DIAL WALL CLOCK,
with ciruclar painted dial and Roman numerals,
inside an octagonal rosewood frame, 27in (69cm)h
x 16in (41c)w. (1)
€70 - 120
55
574
A LARGE EARLY SHEFFIELD SILVER PLATED
TWO HANDLED SERVING TRAY,
the centre with a large armorial crest and the motto
Bonne Et Assez Belle, inside a border of scrolling
foliage and a gadroon cast edge with two ornate
Rococo cast handles , 32in (81cm). (1)
€200 - 300
570
A LATE 19TH CENTURY INLAID MAHOGANY
DROP DIAL WALL CLOCK,
with circular painted dial and Roman numerals,
28in (71cm)h x 16.5in (42cm). (1)
€100 - 150
571
A VERY FINE ATTRACTIVE PAIR OF VICTORIAN
FIGURED WALNUT FOLD OVER CARD TABLES,
each of serpentine outline with egg, leaf and
dart carved edge, on an ornate stem with centre
hexagonal section and four scrolling columns,
raised on a quadruple pod with scroll feet, 29.5in
(76cm)h x 35in (99cm). (1)
€6000 - 7000
575
TAXIDEMY: A STUFFED AND MOUNTED
GAZELLE HEAD WITH HORNS,
on shield shaped oak panel, 21in (54cm). (1)
€100 - 150
572
A VERY UNUSUAL COPPERED METAL
FRENCH MANTEL CLOCK,
by Vincenti, the clock drum surmounted with a
sphinx head on an urn with hanging medallions,
above a convex enamel dial, signed indistinctly and
with Roman and Arabic numerals, the serpentine
fronted base with two frolicking cherubs, and
flanked to either side with two urns, and raised
on bun feet with five pointed stars in relief, 20.5in
(53cm)h x 17in (44cm). (1)
€300 - 400
576
573
A LARGE CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE FLASK,
O.R.M., decorated with fish amongst sea weed and
applied to either side with two dragon handles
between a short neck, 26.5in (67cm)h x 18.5in
(47cm). (1)
€380 - 450
576
AN IRISH MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE,
late 18th century and later, the rectangular
moulded top above a shaped apron and raised
on four shell capped cabriole legs with ball and
claw feet, with turned collar, 33in (84cm)h x 42in
(107cm). (1)
€2500 - 3000
577
AN OLD COPPER BED
WARMER,
with hinged cover and
wooden handle; together with
an old beech framed pipe
stand, of arched form. (2)
€40 - 60
578
19TH CENTURY IRISH
SCHOOL,
View of Cabra Castle, sepia,
watercolour, 9.5in (24cm)h x
14in (36cm). (1)
€380 - 450
571
56
583
AN ATTRACTIVE LATE 19TH CENTURY GILT
PIER MIRROR,
with leaf crest and a central oval panel, above a
bevelled glass plate, within a frame with projecting
corners and scroll corbels, 50.5in (128cm)h x 17in
(44cm). (1)
€380 - 450
579
A FINE VICTORIAN CARVED OAK WALL CLOCK,
by Beha & Co. Bridge End, the circular painted dial
with Roman numerals and signed, with fine double
fusee movement, striking on a steel gong, the case
carved with scrolling foliage and a shaped and
glazed door below, within a band of similar scrolling
foliage, and raised on a fixed bracket size base,
43.5in (111cm)h x 21in (54cm). (1)
€300 - 500
584
AN OLD COUNTER TOP THREE BOTTLE
NICKEL PLATED OPTIC STAND,
with taps, on a square tubular stem and hexagonal
base, 24in (61cm)h. (1)
€80 - 120
580
A PORCELAIN WHISKEY BARREL,
with hunting scene in transfer, 12in (30cm). (1)
€70 - 90
585
M. ZAMPELLI (19TH CENTURY)
Pastoral Landscape with Young Woman and Sheep,
signed lower right; and its companion, Cattle &
Rover in a Landscape, also signed, oils on canvas,
19in (49cm) high, 27in (69cm) wide. (2)
€400 - 600
586
AN UNUSUAL 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY
DROP DIAL SINGLE FUSEE WALL CLOCK,
indistinctly signed on a circular painted dial, within a
carved scroll border, each side applied with acorns
and oak leaf, 28in (72cm)h x 17in (43cm). (1)
€200 - 300
587
AN ATTRACTIVE BRASS OIL LAMP,
the reeded column with a Corinthian capital and
a cranberry glass reservoir, on square base, 22in
(56cm). (1)
€70 - 90
581
588
A BRONZE FIGURE,
modelled as a startled cherub, nude, with frog
on his right knee, seated on a rugged base, 19in
(48cm). (1)
€380 - 450
581
A 19TH CENTURY GILT OVERMANTEL OR
WALL MIRROR,
with shell and cartouche crest, issuing scrolling
leaves and flowers, above a central cushion frame,
with a large bevelled mirror panel, within four
conforming mirror bands, in a flower and scroll
moulded frame, applied with scrolling foliage, 55in
(140cm)h x 43in (110cm). (1)
€3000 - 3500
589
A PAIR OF GRIOTTE D’IALIE ROUGE MARBLE
BRASS MOUNTED URNS,
each with a fixed cover and pineapple finial, on a
vase shaped body with two classical female mask
handles, issuing floral swags, on a stem base with
fluted section and wreath cast base, 19.5in (50cm).
(2)
€1000 - 1400
582
A CARVED OAK ANEROID BAROMETER,
c.1900, by J. Lancaster & Son Birmingham, with
swan neck pediment and centre anthemion crest,
above a silverised thermometer dial, flanked with
leaf and floral swags, and a circular barometer dial
below, signed, 39in (100cm)h x 12in (30cm). (1)
€100 - 150
590
A LARGE COLOURED PRINT,
depicting The Battle of the Boyne, in oak frame,
15.5in (39cm)h x 23.25in (59cm). (1)
€70 - 90
57
591
A LATE REGENCY PERIOD BOW FRONTED MAHOGANY
CHEST, with three long and two short drawers, raised on front
splayed bracket feet, 36.5in (93cm)w. (1)
€1000 - 1500
592
A HEAVY KENRICK CAST IRON VICTORIAN DOOR STOP,
modelled with a sphinx, 13.5in (35cm); together with an
enterprise M’F’ & C Co. counter top tobacco knife Philadelphia
19in (49cm); another small cast iron door stop by Greenlees
of Glasgow, modelled with a plough team, 11in (28cm); two
old cast iron irons; an old copper quick boil Volcano kettle, with
brass mounts; an old bellows and an old Cope’s Courts display
box. (7)
€100 - 150
593
AN OVAL VICTORIAN FIGURED WALNUT TEA POY,
the moulded top opening to reveal two lidded canisters and two
bowl apatures, on a baluster turned stem with quadruple pod
and scroll feet, 29.5in (76cm)h x 18in (46cm). (1)
€800 - 1200
594
19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL
The Fisherman’s Wife, oil on canvas, 25.5in (65cm) high, 17in
(44cm) wide. (1)
€200 - 400
595
A PAIR OF RECTANGULAR SILVER PLATED AND CRESTED
ENTRÉE DISHES, COVERS AND HANDLES,
each with gadroon edge, 11in( 28cm); together with a pair of
matching warming stands, each with two handles on leaf cast
paw feet, 14in (36cm). (4)
€150 - 200
596
A LARGE BRONZE GROUP, modelled with two hares boxing,
on an oblong grained black marble base, 15in (38cm). (1)
€380 - 450
597
A STAFFORDSHIRE SPILL VASE, titled Robin Hood, with two
dogs and a man, 14.5in (37cm)h; together with an Edwardian
transfer printed two handled vase and a Japanese Satsuma vase,
with temple dog handles and three mask and scroll feet. (3)
€50 - 90
598
A MAHOGANY TWO DOOR BOOKCASE OR DISPLAY
CABINET, adapted with two glazed doors and three shelves,
37in (94cm)w. (1)
€50 - 70
599
A RECTANGULAR INLAID MARQUETRY SWISS MUSIC BOX,
19th century, with brass drum, steel comb and a brass ratchet
leaver, the hinged cover with tune sheet fixed, 20.5in (52cm). (1)
€680 - 750
601
58
600
THE DEATH OF GENERAL MICHAEL COLLINS,
coloured print, published by the Franco portrait
studios Dublin and printed in Munich, after the
original of W.S. Rogers, 19.25in (49cm)h x 12.25in
(62cm)w. (1)
€100 - 150
606
A LATE REGENCY BRASS INLAID ROSEWOOD
DROP DIAL WALL CLOCK,
with single fusee movement, and a painted dial with
Roman numerals, in an octagonal frame above a
pendulum aperture, 28in (71cm)h x 17in (43cm).
(1)
€150 - 250
601
A FINE MAHOGANY CASED ENGLISH
REGULATOR CLOCK,
by E. Satchell St. Albans, with month gong
movement and twelve inch circular silver dial, with
an outer minute chapter, a subsidiary dial for hours
and seconds, with Arabic and Roman numerals, a
suspended mercury pendant with bead adjustment,
in a nicely figured flame mahogany case, with an
arched door flanked with canted corners; together
with an alternative matching glazed door, 78in
(198cm)h x 17in (43cm). (2)
€12000 - 14000
607
A THREE PIECE GILT METAL AND SÉVRES
STYLE PORCELAIN MANTEL CLOCK
GARNITURE,
the clock surmounted by a bulbous urn, flanked
with torch style handles and with French movement
and porcelain panels, raised on vine cast front legs
and double hoof side legs, 18in (46cm); together
with a pair of matching urns, 13in (33cm)h. (3)
€180 - 250
602
A CARVED WHITE MARBLE STATUARY
CRUCIFIX,
35in (89cm)h x 17in (44cm)w. (1)
€180 - 250
603
A BRONZE INK STAND, in the form of a hounds
head with a hinged top, 4in (10cm). (1)
€100 - 150
604
A PAIR OF COMPOSITION STONE GARDEN
FIGURES, each modelled as a seated hound, on
rectangular base, 28in (71cm)h. (2)
€480 - 550
608
608
A FINE REGENCY PERIOD EBONY STRUNG
MAHOGANY FOLD OVER CARD TABLE,
the rectangular top above a shaped frieze on a U
shaped turned stem, raised on quadruple pod with
splayed legs and brass casters, 36in (92cm). (1)
€1000 - 1500
609
A GEORGIAN STYLE MAHOGANY BREAK
FRONT SECRETAIRE LIBRARY BOOKCASE,
O.R.M., the fret cut moulded pediment above two
astragal glazed doors and flanked to either side
with shelves and four drawers below, flanked to
either sided with double panel cupboard doors and
raised on a plinth, 71.5in (181cm)h x 42in (107cm)
w. (1)
€180 - 250
605
605
19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL SCHOOL,
Woodland Scene, depicting four girls seated on the
bank of a river with a dog chasing a boy beyond,
O.O.C., 29.5in (65cm)h x 35in (89cm). (1)
€800 - 1500
59
616
AN OLD ADVERTISING MIRROR FOR WILLS
CAPSTAN NAVY CUT CIGARETTES,
9in (23cm)h x 12.25in (31cm); another octagonal
mirror for Wills Goldflake Cigarettes, 10in (26cm)
h x 14in (36cm); an oval mirror for Perry’s
Rathdowney Ales, 12.25in (31cm)h x 10in (26cm);
and a pair of larger Players Please - Thank You
mirrors with canted corners, 14in (36cm)h x 10in
(26cm). (5)
€140 - 160
610
AN EDWARDIAN INLAID AND CROSS BANDED
MAHOGANY PEDESTAL VITRINE,
with square moulded top, on a square tapering
stem, with four glass panels including a door, on
square moulded plinth, 41.5in (106cm) x 11.25in
(29cm). (1)
€200 - 300
611
THREE ART DECO STYLE CARNIVAL GLASS
CEILING SHADES,
each with chain suspenders, all approx 12in
(30cm). (3)
€70 - 90
617
A BRONZE STUDY OF A SEAGULL IN FLIGHT,
gilt and red patination, raised on a rectangular
cream marble base, indistinctly signed and dated
verso, 25in (64cm). (1)
€280 - 350
612
A VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD AND MOTHER O’
PEARL INLAID DROP DIAL WALL CLOCK,
with single fusee movement, by Pearse, Carrick-onSuir, the circular painted dial in an octagonal case,
above a glazed pendulum aperture and flanked
to either side with vine spandrels, 28in (71cm)h x
17in (43cm). (1)
€400 - 600
618
AN UNUSUAL VICTORIAN MAHOGANY
SIDEBOARD, the arch back crested with a
cartouche and scrolling foliage, above an arch
mirror flanked to each side with further mirror
panels and two shelves, on a serpentine fronted
base with frieze drawer and four cupboard doors,
and two leaf carved pilasters, on a serpentine
shaped plinth, 90in (229cm) high, 81in (206cm).
(1)
€400 - 600
613
A 19TH CENTURY THREE TIER CIRCULAR
MAHOGANY DUMBWAITER,
with graduating shelves and raised on a tri-pod
base with pad feet, 42in (107cm)h x 24in (61cm)
d. (1)
€400 - 500
619
A PAIR OF GILT BRASS AND PORCELAIN TWO
BRANCH CANDELABRA,
each in the Sévre style with scrolling arms and
basket of fruit finial, on a two stage porcelain stem
on tri-pod base applied with classical mass and
scroll feet, 9in (23cm)h. (1)
€480 - 550
614
AN EARLY VICTORIAN MAHOGANY FOLD OVER
TEA TABLE,
with front canted corners, above a moulded frieze
on an octagonal baluster stem, with quatrefoil base
and scroll legs, 34in (87cm). (1)
€500 - 800
620
TWO OLD ADVERTISING MIRROR FINGER
PLATES,
for Player’s Navy Cut Cigarettes, 9in(23cm)h x
3in (8cm) and another advertising glass panel for
Players Cigarettes, with arched top. (3)
€60 - 90
615
SIX ASSORTED OLD ADVERTISING SMALL
ADVERTISING MIRRORS,
three for Players Cigarettes, one for J&J Three
Star Whiskey, another for Wills Goldflake Cigarettes
and a small circular mirror for Southalls Baby
Knickers, 10in (26cm). Some as is (6)
€100 - 150
621
AN EDWARDIAN INLAID AND CROSS BANDED
MAHOGANY OPEN BOOKCASE,
the arched back rail above two adjustable shelves,
above two panel doors enclosing two shelves, on a
stand with square tapering legs, 63.5in (161cm)h x
32.5in (82cm). (1)
€700 - 800
60
629
A PAIR OF ENGRAVED BRASS TABLE LAMPS,
each with two bird mask handles, on a vased
shaped body, with circular white marble base,
height including shades 27in (69cm). (2)
€580 - 680
622
AN UNUSUAL CIRCULAR MAHOGANY FLIP
TOP OCCASIONAL TABLE,
the top carved in the Chinoiserie style with
pagodas, balconies and Chinese figures, on tripod base with similar carving and paw feet, 30.5in
(77cm)w. (1)
€250 - 300
630
A COLLECTION OF OLD PUB ADVERTISING
MEMORABILIA,
comprising various printed ashtrays, for Thwaites’
Soda Water, various Guinness ash trays, Will’s
Goldflake; a two faced tobacco jar, Thwaites’ toby
jug; a Time ash tray; a Gartsides Brewery water
jug; an old soda syphon, etc. (17)
€70 - 90
623
TWO PEWTER TANKARDS,
a peweter half print measure, a large silver plated
trophy goblet 1872, a very small three handled
ditto, a silver plated sugar urn and cover on stem
base, a silver plated toast rack, a pair of plated
salad servers and other plated cutlery. (a lot)
€70 - 90
631
A CARVED 19TH CENTURY FRENCH
ALABASTER MANTEL CLOCK,
the silk suspension movement with outside count
wheel, striking on a steel bell, the unusual gilt brass
dial with Roman numerals inside a carved sunburst
alabaster bezel, supported on a large column, the
front panel carved with a basket of flowers and
rosettes to either side, on rectangular plinth with
bun feet, case as is, 19.75in (50cm)h x 9in 22cm)
w. (1)
€280 - 350
624
TAXIDERMY: A LARGE SCARAB OR ELEPHANT
BEETLE,
within an amber composition, 4.5in (12cm). (1)
€80 - 120
625
A CYLINDRICAL PORCELAIN STICK AND
UMBRELLA STAND,
17in (44cm). (1)
€50 - 70
632
A CIRCULAR WALNUT CRICKET TABLE,
raised on three tapering bead turned legs, 18in
(46cm); together with a nest of three serpentine
shaped and graduating occasional tables, the
largest 21.5in (55cm). (4)
€80 - 100
626
AN EARLY FROSTED GLASS ADVERTISING
WINDOW PANEL,
for Player’s Cigarettes, 12in (31cm)h x 24in
(61cm). (1)
€80 - 120
627
A 19TH CENTURY FRENCH EMPIRE
EBONIZED BRASS AND MOTHER O’ PEARL
INLAID PORTICO CLOCK,
by Japy Freres a Paris, with outside count wheel
striking on a steel bell, the circular enamel dial
with Roman numerals indistinctly signed, inside a
very ornate chased brass bezel with central mask,
supporting a heavy cast brass pendulum with
portrait of the queen, on a cartouche panel, the
shaped arched top supported by four columns, on
a rectangular moulded base, 21in (54cm)h x 12in
(31cm). (1)
€600 - 900
633
TWO SIMILAR GOOD QUALITY 19TH CENTURY
MAHOGANY DINING ROOM CHAIRS,
each with a pierced splat and moulded top rail with
scroll corners, above a tapestry drop in seat, and
raised on leaf capped cabriole legs with ball and
claw feet. (2)
€180 - 250
634
A SQUARE SHEETED WOODEN STOOL,
the seat covered in animal hide, 20in (51cm). (1)
€70 - 100
635
TWO MOULDED MILK GLASS OIL LAMPS,
late 19th century, one milk glass shade; together
with a pair of lantern style spiral brass table lamps.
(4)
€70 - 90
628
A HEAVY SET OF EIGHT QUEEN ANNE STYLE
WALNUT DINING CHAIRS, each with an arched
and scroll back above a vase shaped splat and a
drop in seat, on moulded cabriole legs and pad
feet. (8)
€500 - 700
61
636
A THREE PIECE FRENCH PINK PORCELAIN
AND GILT METAL MANTEL CLOCK GARNITURE,
20th century, comprising a vase shaped porcelain
clock case, with domed top with brass finial applied
with two pierced leaf cast gilt metal handles, and a
circular dial with Arabic numerals, raised on a leaf
cast gilt metal base, 25in (65cm)h x 13in (33cm);
together with a pair of matching four branch, five
light candelabra, 24.5in (63cm). (3)
€150 - 200
642
LATE 19TH CENTURY VIENNA WALNUT WALL
REGULATOR CLOCK,
with two brass weights and brass pendulum, the
arched top above a two stage enamel dial with
Roman numerals, inside an arched and glazed door,
flanked to either side with half turned columns,
applied with classical female masks, above an
ornate base with urn terminal, approx 58in (148cm)
h x 20in (51cm). (1)
€300 - 400
637
A GOOD VICTORIAN MAHOGANY DINING
TABLE,
with two spare leaves, each end with rounded
corners and a moulded edge, raised on four
baluster turned legs on brass cup castors, 8ft4
(254cm)l x 4ft7 (140cm). (1)
€800 - 1200
643
AN OLD HAND OPERATED PINE BUTTER
CHURN,
with cast iron handle; together with three butter
patties, and pine dish. (5)
€50 - 90
644
A REGENCY PERIOD EBONY STRUNG OVAL
FLIP TOP BREAKFAST TABLE,
on baluster stem and cross banded quadruple pod
with brass castors, 52in (132cm)l x 40in (102cm)
w. (1)
€200 - 300
638
AN ATTRACTIVE PAIR OF BLUE, GILT AND
FROSTED GLASS LUSTRE VASES,
each stem with a gilt a serpent and spear shaped
hanging drops on a circular domed foot, 13.5in
(34cm). (1)
€380 - 450
645
A CIRCULAR MAHOGANY OCCASIONAL TABLE,
in the George III style, with pie crust edge, on an
ornate leaf carved stem with tri-pod base and
stylized paw feet, 21.5in (54cm). (1)
€80 - 150
639
A THREE PIECE FRENCH BRASS AND PINK
VARIEGATED BRASS MOUNTED MARBLE
MANTEL CLOCK GARNITURE,
the portico clock with a convex enamel dial with
Arabic numerals and outside count wheel striking
on a steel bell, by F. Marti of Paris, under a basket
of flowers and two floral urns with a shaped front
columns and conforming cylindrical columns to
the rear and raised on a rectangular plinth, 16in
(41cm)h x 11in (8cm); and a pair of matching vase
shaped urns with brass handles, 11in (8cm). (3)
€350 - 500
646
19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL SCHOOL,
portrait depicting a peasant man wearing a brown
jacket, holding a bead in his left hand and leaning
on a table, O.O.B., 7.5in (19cm)h x 6.75in (15cm).
(1)
€350 - 450
647
A GOOD 19TH CENTURY CARVED OAK
ADMIRAL FITZROY’S BAROMETER,
the arched top crested with a leaf above a
cartouche and paper dials with instructions and a
thermometer dial below flanking a mercury tube,
47in (120cm)h x 10in (26cm). (1)
€150 - 250
640
AN EDWARDIAN WALNUT BOOKCASE, with
moulded cornice above two glazed doors, on a
conforming base with two carved panel doors and
two drawers, on a plinth base, 49in (125cm) wide.
(1)
€80 - 120
641
19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL,
Horse and Mare in a Stable, O.O.P., indistinctly
signed lower left, 6.5in (17cm)h x 9in (23cm). (1)
€250 - 350
648
A 19TH CENTURY BOW FRONTED MAHOGANY
SIDE BOARD, of small proportions, the centre with
a frieze drawer and flanked to each side with a
cupboard, raised on six square tapering spade legs,
36in (91cm) high, 50in (127cm) wide. (1)
€300 - 400
62
654
A HEAVY CAST BRONZE SHIPS BELL,
10in (26cm); together with an old stag antlers,
25in (64cm)w. (2)
€50 - 80
649
A GLASS CLARET JUG, with silver plated mounts,
cover and handle, 10in (26cm). (1)
€300 - 400
650
A 19TH CENTURY TAPESTRY PICTURE,
on silk, depicting two peasants near a cottage,
21.5in (55cm)h x 15in (38cm)w. (1)
€80 - 120
655
A LARGE RECTANGULAR ELM DOUGH OR
FLOWER BIN,
19th century, with lift off top and rectangular
tapering body with square tapering legs, 35in
(89cm). (1)
€180 - 250
651
A COLLECTION OF TWENTY FIVE OLD STONE
WARE SPIRIT JARS, the majority 13in (33cm),
including one large one with handle, for John P.
Butler & Co. William Street, Dublin, 17in (43cm)
and two others in basket casing. (25)
€200 - 300
656
A WILLIAM IV PERIOD SILVER MOUNTED TEA
URN,
with domed cover and flower head finial and two
leaf cast handles, flanking a tap, on a square stem
base on paw feet, 15.5in (39cm). (1)
€100 - 200
652
A FINE THREE PIECE GERMAN PORCELAIN
MANTEL CLOCK GARNITURE,
the clock case surmounted with a cherub holding
a goblet, on a flower encrusted case and three
further cherubs, emblematic of the seasons and
raised on four scroll legs, the lever movement with
outside count wheel, striking on a steel bell, 18in
(46cm)h; together with a pair of matching flower
encrusted urns, each decorated with colourful
flowers, 9in (23cm). (3)
€700 - 800
657
A GOOD SET OF THREE WILLIAM IV PERIOD
MAHOGANY HALL CHAIRS,
each shield shaped and scroll moulded back, with
central cartouche painted with a crest in the form
of a griffin, above a solid seat, on front turned and
lappet moulded legs. (3)
€300 - 500
658
A GOOD QUALITY VINE ENGRAVED CLARET
JUG,
the silver plated mount with a Bacchus mask spout
and grotesque mask to the handle, the hinged
cover with a lion rampant finial, raised on a domed
foot, 12in (31cm). (1)
€380 - 450
659
A HEAVY BRONZE SKILLET PAN,
with three legs and a handle, 16in (41cm); together
with a two handled copper preserving pan, two
early copper jelly moulds, and a copper ewer. (5)
€80 - 100
660
A VICTORIAN GREEN AND OPALINE GLASS
EPERGNE,
with centre vase and four matching curved vases,
alternating with spiral glass candy canes, 19in
(48cm), on a shaped bowl or stand. (1)
€150 - 250
653
653
A FINE 19TH CENTURY FRENCH ROSEWOOD
AND MARQUETRY INLAID PORTICO CLOCK,
by Japy Freres, the movement with outside count
wheel striking on a steel bell, the enamel dial with
Roman numerals inside an attractive brass bezel
and supporting an ornate lyre shaped and cast
brass pendulum with central female mask in relief,
18.5in (47cm)h x 9.75in (25cm). (1)
€700 - 900
661
A LATE 19TH CENTURY FRENCH SCHOOL,
Fishing Boat Approaching a Harbour at Sunset and
its companion, a similar subject, both O.O.P., a pair
4in (10cm)h x 5in (12.5cm)w. (2)
€350 - 380
63
662
A RECTANGULAR OAK AND METAL BOUND
STRONG CHEST,
the lift top inscribed on a brass plaque, Col. G.
Baldock, with vacant interior, 26in (66cm). (1)
€100 - 150
663
A CAST BRASS CEILING LIGHT,
with floral band and hanging floral swags, around
an acorn shaped cut and frosted glass shade,
heavy chain suspender and cast corona, 16in
(41cm) excluding chain. (1)
€260 - 320
664
A HEAV SHEFFIELD SILVER PLATED FOUR
BRANCH FIVE LIGHT CANDELABRUM,
with leaf cast reeded scrolling arms, on a tapering
stem and square serpentine shaped base, 19.25in
(49cm)h; together with a pair of silver plated
candle sticks, 10in (26cm); and a modern silver
plated rose bowl on stem base with pierced cover,
8in (20cm). (4)
€100 - 150
669
669
A FINE FRENCH SIENNA BROCATELLE
MARBLE MANTEL CLOCK,
with gilt bronze eagle surmounted and a circular
marble drum, the enamel dial with Roman and
Arabic numerals, striking on a steel gong, resting
on a shaped cradle applied with anthemions and
sphinxes, on an oblong moulded plinth and brass
bun feet, 19in (49cm)h x 17.5in (45cm)w. (1)
€700 - 1100
665
A FINE THREE PART SALMON ROD,
by H. Whitty & Son Liverpool, with square tip, in
canvas bag labeled Farlow’s London; together with
a small Allan of Glasgow trout fly rod, three part
with extra head, and a large two part steel centre
brass mounted salmon rod, unsigned, serial no.
1781, in canvas bag. (3)
€120 - 150
666
De Foe, Daniel, Satan’s Devices; or the Political
History of the Devil, Ancient and Modern, in Two
Parts, London 1817 published by Thomas Kelly,
quarter calf, 8vo. (1)
€40 - 80
667
AN UNUSUAL GOTHIC STYLE CARVED OAK
TIME PIECE,
with aneroid barometer, the arched top crested with
a cross and flanked to either side with two spires
and raised on an inverted break front stepped base,
18in (46cm)h x 13in (33cm). (1)
€340 - 480
670
670
EASTER 1916,
coloured print by Faith and Art publishing company,
printed in Bavaria, showing the leaders of the 1916
rising around a table, with two portraits on the wall
depicting Robert Casement and Thomas Kent, the
back row William Pierce, Thomas McDonagh, Sean
Heuston, M. Mallin, Sean MacDairmada, Michael
O’ Hanrahan, Capt. Daly, Cornelius Colbert, sitting
in the front row, Patrick H. Pearse, Major John
McBride, Thomas Clarke, Eamon Ceannt, James
Connolly and Joseph Plunkett, 19.25in (49cm)h x
23in (59cm). (1)
€300 - 400
668
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)
€150 - 250
64
671
AN IRISH PROVINCIAL WALNUT DROP DIAL
WALL CLOCK,
19th century, the circular painted dial signed S.
Spring of Limerick, with Roman numerals and
single fusee movement, the moulded case applied
with two bunches of grapes, 29in (74cm)h x 17in
(43cm). (1)
€150 - 250
676
A FRENCH GILT METAL MANTEL CLOCK,
by Japy Fréres of Paris, striking on a steel bell,
the circular pink and decorated dial with Roman
numerals, decorated with trophies and a cherub
signed Cahoon Bros, under a two handled floral
decorated porcelain and gilt metal urn, with another
porcelain panel below depicting a classical woman
holding a bouquet of flowers, flanked to each side
with a cherub and floral swags, raised on a shaped
base with bun feet, the clock 16.5in (42cm)h x
12in (30cm)w, raised on gilt wood base and gilt
brass presentation plaque, date 1883, under a
glass dome with ebonized base. (1)
€300 - 500
672
A PAIR OF HEAVY CARVED WHITE MARBLE
URNS,
each modelled with a cherub holding a circular
bowl or planter, carved with hanging swags, and a
C scroll rim, on a circular shell carved flared base,
approx 43in (109cm). (2)
€500 - 700
677
A 19TH CENTURY FRENCH VINEYARD CLOCK,
of square serpentine shape, the circular painted dial
with Roman numerals and signed Raymond Pierre
of Ouanne, with two train movements striking on a
gong, as is, lacking hands, 19in (49cm)sq. (1)
€100 - 200
678
AN EDWARDIAN INLAID MAHOGANY
AND SATIN WOOD BANDED REVOLVING
BOOKCASE,
with square moulded top, above slotted
compartments, 21in (53cm)w. (1)
€250 - 350
679
A FINE 19TH CENTURY VIENNA WALNUT
WALL REGULATOR CLOCK,
by J.A. Mystrum, Stockholm, with two brass weights
and a two stage dial with Roman numerals and
subsidiary dial for seconds, the shaped pediment
applied with a classical female mask and two urn
finials, above an arched and glazed door, flanked to
either side with fluted pilasters and urn finials, 44in
(112cm)h x 16in (41cm). (1)
€350 - 500
673
673
W.G.R. LATE 19TH CENTURY OR EARLY 20TH
CENTURY IRISH SCHOOL,
The Battle of Vinegar Hill, Enniscorthy Co. Wexford,
another 1798 battle scenes, The Irish pike
Volunteers, depicting rebels lead by Robert Emmett
on the street in Enniscorthy; and one other 1798
battle scene, O.O.B., two signed with monogram,
W.G.R., 19in (49cm)h x 24in (62cm) approx. (3)
€1200 - 1500
674
LATE 19TH CENTURY OR EARLY 20TH
CENTURY IRISH SCHOOL, W.G.R.,
The Arrest of Robert Emmet, depicting British
soldiers and another showing Robert Emmet with
two wounded British soldiers, both O.O.B., 20.25in
(52cm)h x25in (64cm). (2)
€600 - 900
675
AN OVAL BLACK AND WHITE PRINT,
of Daniel O’ Connell, unframed. (1)
€20 - 30
674
65
686
A 19TH CENTURY EBONIZED AND BIRDS EYE
MAPLE BANDED CANTERBURY WHATNOT,
with three quarter brass gallery, on a rectangular
top with canted corners and a drop down cupboard
door below, enclosing two shelves, on turned legs,
42in (107cm)h x 25in (64cm). (1)
€200 - 300
680
A MAHOGANY FLIP TOP OCCASIONAL TABLE,
19th century, with pie crust edge, on a half fluted
and spiral reeded stem, raised on tri-pod base with
reeded scroll legs, 34in (86cm). (1)
€180 - 250
681
A BRASS STICK TYPE SCIENTIFIC FORTINETTE
STANDARD MERCURY BAROMETER,
by Philip Harris & Co. Birmingham, with brass
tube and thermometer mounted on an arched and
moulded panel, 43in (110cm). (1)
€100 - 200
687
A RARE FRENCH MOVEMENT AND DIAL
with horizontal and verge escapement and silk
suspension, the enamel convex dial with Roman
and Arabic numerals, in an old grey wooden
painted and parcel gilt balloon shaped case,
15.25in (39cm)h x 11in (28cm). (1)
€200 - 300
682
A VICTORIAN EBONISED AND BRASS
MOUNTED CREDENZA,
of breakfront outline, with central inlaid cupboard
door, enclosing a velvet lined interior with shelf and
a bowed glass door to either side, enclosing velvet
lined shelves, on breakfront plinth base, with turned
feet, 42in (107cm)h x 5ft (153cm). (1)
€400 - 600
688
AN ORNATE HEAVY FRENCH CAST BRASS
ADJUSTABLE FENDER,
with two large urns, each with rams masks, and
two smaller similar urns, above lion mask and ring
mounts, and a balustrade band, 20in (51cm)h x
53in (135cm)w approx. (1)
€250 - 350
683
A RECTANGULAR OAK CELLARETTE OR FUEL
BIN,
of sarcophagus form with hinged top and vacant
interior, raised on a rectangular moulded plinth with
bun feet, 32.25in (82cm). (1)
€150 - 250
684
A RECTANGULAR MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE,
late 19th century with a wide frieze, raised on four
square tapering fluted spade legs, 45.5in (116cm).
(1)
€100 - 200
685
A VERY IMPRESSIVE FRENCH BRONZE AND
GILT BRONZE MANTEL CLOCK,
the works by famous French maker Honoré Pons
of Paris, c.1833, with outside count wheel, striking
on a steel bell, with silk suspension movement,
the case surmounted with a large bronze eagle
attacking a hare, indistinctly signed, on a rugged
base above a serpentine shaped leaf cast stand,
the clock below with a machine turned gilt dial with
Roman numerals, encircled with a serpent inset
in a Lilly and leaf cast case, and another section
below in gilt bronze cast with scrolling leaves, on a
green serpentine shaped variegated green marble
base, 18in (46cm)h x 11.5in (29cm). (1)
€2500 - 3500
685
66
689
FIVE 19TH CENTURY STAFFORDSHIRE FLAT
BACK FIGURES AND GROUPS,
one depicting Wallace, holding a shield and sword,
17in (43cm); the other Robin Hood and one of his
men, 14in (36cm); and three others similar, each
with a woman holding a sheath of wheat on her
head and her partner beside her. (5)
€150 - 200
690
A VERY UNUSUAL PENDULUM BRASS TABLE
OR MANTEL CLOCK,
with skeleton works and circular wheel dial, with
painted Roman numerals, supported by three
panel suspension with nine brass rods to each, on
a heavy brass bar column, on a moulded wooden
base, 22.5in (57cm)h x 8in (20cm)w. (1)
€250 - 350
695
696
A COPPER CASED BAROGRAPH,
inscribed Robert Peel Worden 1954-1960, with
brass carrying handle, 12.25in (32cm). (1)
€150 - 250
691
A LARGE SWISS ALPHORN,
lacking mouth piece, 71in (181cm)l. (1)
€100 - 200
697
A 19TH CENTURY RECTANGULAR MAHOGANY
SIDE TALE,
the rectangular moulded top, above a fluted
frieze, raised on square tapering fluted legs, 48in
(122cm)w. (1)
€150 - 200
692
A THIRTEEN PIECE PART FRENCH PORCELAIN
DESSERT SERVICE,
decorated with floral sprays; together with a set of
twelve S. Hancock dessert plates. (23)
€70 - 90
698
Karl Friedrich Scheidlin, (1822-1913),
Young Peasant Fisherman, holding rod and net,
W.C., signed and dated ‘48 lower right, 11in (28cm)
h x 8.5in (22cm). (1)
€100 - 150
693
A BLACK FOREST CUCKOO WALL CLOCK,
the vine carved chalet type case with a bird
surmounted, and two pinecone weights and a leaf
pendulum, the case 18in (46cm)h x 12in (30cm).
(1)
€180 - 250
699
WALTER TILL (1880-1930),
Rabbits by a Burrow, W.C., signed lower right, also
with label verso, 9.25in (23cm)h x 12.5in (32cm).
(1)
€80 - 150
694
A REGENCY PERIOD MAHOGANY SOFA TABLE,
the rectangular flaps with rounded corners, flanking
two mock and two frieze drawers, raised on four
turned supports, and four sabre legs, with brass
paw castors, united by a turned stretcher, 54.25in
(138cm)ext. (1)
€500 - 700
700
A 19TH CENTURY ROSEWOOD AND MOTHER
O’ PEARL INLAID DROP DIAL WALL CLOCK,
with single fusee movement, the circular painted
dial with Roman numerals, on an octagonal frame,
pendulum and aperture below within shaped
spandrels, 28.5in (73cm)h x 17in (43cm). (1)
€180 - 250
695
A SET OF SIX INLAID GEORGE IV PERIOD
MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS,
each with an oblong top rail and shaped cross rail,
above a padded seat, on turned baluster front legs.
(6)
€350 - 550
701
SAM MCLARNON (B. 1923),
Beached Boats in an Estuary, W.C., signed lower
left, 11.25in (29cm)h x 17.75in (45cm). (1)
€80 - 150
67
706
AN ATTRACTIVE LATE 19TH
CENTURY AMERICAN WALNUT
DROP DIAL WALL CLOCK,
with marquetry and parquetry inlay,
the circular painted dial with Roman
numerals above a hinged pendulum
aperture, flanked to either side with leaf
spandrels, terminating in a double scroll
base inlaid with vase of flowers, 32in
(81cm)h x 16.5in (42cm). (1)
€180 - 250
702
GLADYS MACCABE, HRUA
ROI FRSA (b.1918),
portrait of George Bernard
Shaw, head and shoulders,
signed lower right, O.O.B.,
21.5in (55cm)h x 12in
(30cm). (1)
€700 - 1100
703
A FINE GILT BRASS AND
WHITE MARBLE GLASS
MANTEL CLOCK,
with twin cylinder mercury
pendulum, striking on a
steel bell, the architectural
style case with a stepped
top applied with leaf spray
and ribbon bow, above a
702
circular convex enamel dial,
with Arabic numerals and
decorated with floral garlands, and a conforming
base below with a similar frieze, applied with
scrolling foliage, on four gadroon moulded square
legs, 14in (36cm)h x 7.5in (19cm). (1)
€600 - 900
707
A VICTORIAN WALNUT AND
MARQUETRY THREE TIER WHAT
NOT,
with three quarter pierced gallery,
on turned supports and legs, 37.5in
(96cm)h x 21in (53cm). (1)
€150 - 250
708
AN ATTRACTIVE GEORGE III PERIOD
MAHOGANY ESTATE CABINET,
the rectangular moulded top above two nicely
figured double panelled doors, enclosing
an arrangement of shelves and pigeon hole
compartments and raised on four bracket feet, 58in
(147cm)h x 40.5in (103cm). (1)
€300 - 500
704
JAMES HALL FLACK, (B.1941),
Pedlars Bridge, Mournes, W.C., signed also
inscribed studio label verso and dated 1978,
11.25in (29cm)h x 17in (43cm). (1)
€180 - 250
709
A DARK BLUE GROUND AFGHAN RUNNER,
with central ivory medallion, with all over floral
pattern and ivory spandrels, inside a triple band
border, 10ft5 (318cm)h x 3ft8in (112cm). (1)
€200 - 300
705
JAMES HALL FLACK (B.1941),
An Oak Tree in a Landscape, W.C., signed lower
right, 11.5in (29cm)h x 16.5in (42cm). (1)
€180 - 250
710
AN EDWARDIAN WALNUT COAL SCUTTLE,
with gallery back and paneled door, 13.25in
(34cm); together with another lift top black painted
fuel bin, and a copper coal helmet. (3)
€70 - 90
711
A SMALL MAHOGANY SUTHERLAND OR
YACHT TABLE,
20th century, with rectangular flaps and railed
sides, raised on four sabre legs, 28in (71cm). (1)
€50 - 70
712
F. DEBIA (LATE 19TH CENTURY ITALIAN
SCHOOL), Barn Interior with Woman & Infant by
Donkey Pen, and its companion Peasant Farmer
with Child Feeding Donkey Foal by a Barn, both
signed lower right, O.O.C., 19.25in (49cm)h x
14.25in (36.5cm). (2)
€300 - 400
703
68
718
A FRENCH EMPIRE BOULLE STYLE PORTICO
CLOCK,
by Leroy of Paris, the shaped and arched top inlaid
with etched bone, brass and faux tortoise shell,
above an enamel dial with Roman numerals, and
an outside count wheel striking on a steel bell,
supported by four concave columns, on a shaped
conforming ebonized and inlaid base, dial as is,
22.5in (57cm)h x 11.5in (29cm).(1)
€300 - 500
713
A PAIR OF GERMAN PORCELAIN FIGURES,
early 20th century, modelled with elegant boy and
girl in colourful attire, 14.5in (37cm)h. (2)
€120 - 150
719
AN ANTIQUE BRASS TELESCOPIC BRASS
SURVEYORS LEVEL,
by E. Sprenger, of Berlin, with straight edge flat
measuring plate 22.5in (58cm)L. (1)
€150 - 250
720
A HEAVY THREE PIECE ROCOCO STYLE CAST
BRASS CLOCK SET,
the ornate brass clock with raised enamel Roman
numerals, the movement with outside count wheel,
striking on a steel bell, indistinctly signed c.1900,
the case surmounted with a two handled urn and
profusely cast with scrolling foliage, flowers and
scrolls and raised on four scroll legs, 23in (59cm)
h x 24in (31cm); together with a pair of matching
two handled urns, 16.5in (42cm). (3)
€200 - 300
714
714
A FINE FRENCH WHITE MARBLE AND GILT
BRONZE FIGURAL MANTEL CLOCK,
by La Fontaine a Paris, movement by Vincenti, with
outside count wheel, striking on a steel bell, the
architectural style case with an arched roof and
circular enamel dial with Roman numerals, flanked
to one side with a classical woman with plaited hair
and floral tiara, oiling a lamp, the dial flanked to
either side with a stork issuing a floral swag, 13in
(34cm)h x 19in (48cm). (1)
€500 - 700
721
A CASED BRASS SURVEYORS LEVEL,
early 20th century, in fitted wooden case, 10in
(26cm). (1)
€80 - 150
715
A FINE LARGE HAND PAINTED ROYAL DUX
PORCELAIN GROUP,
modelled with blacksmith, wife and child, 22in
(56cm). (1)
€200 - 300
722
A LATE 19TH CENTURY DOUBLE BRASS
WEIGHT REGULATOR WALL CLOCK, by Gustav
Becker, the top crested with a horse and two urns,
above a moulded cornice with button frieze above
a two stage enamel dial with Roman numerals and
a glazed door with four half turned pilasters, above
an ornate base, 56in (142cm)h approx x 21.5in
(55cm). (1)
€300 - 500
716
A BRASS FORTIN TYPE MERCURY TUBULAR
STICK BAROMETER,
with thermometer and silverised dial, mounted on a
mahogany panel, 42in (107cm). (1)
€100 - 150
723
AN UNUSUAL KILLARNEY POLE SCREEN,
with bead tapestry panel, the square frame inlaid
with scrolling shamrocks, under a cartouche and
flower head crest, the baluster stem raised on a
tri-pod carved with flowers and scroll feet, 63in
(160cm)h x 25in (64cm)w. (1)
€350 - 300
717
A 19TH CENTURY LONG CASE CLOCK,
the arched and moulded dial with three urn finials,
one with an eagle crest, above a painted dial with
Roman numerals, inside a glazed door and a turned
column to either side, the double arch trunk door
on a moulded box base with paneled front, on a
rectangular moulded shaped plinth, 90in (230cm)h
x 19in (48cm). (1)
€500 - 800
69
724
A LATE 19TH CENTURY ADMIRAL FITZROY
OAK CASED BAROMETER,
in the Gothic style, with paper dial and instructions,
the thermometer dial flanking a mercury tube and
storm glass, 42.5in (108cm)h x 11in (29cm). (1)
€150 - 200
725
A DRESDEN PORCELAIN FLOWER
ENCRUSTED TABLE CENTRE OR COMPORT,
the pierced quatrefoil bowl decorated with floral
panels and garlands, on a flower encrusted stem
applied with three cherubs on a pierced rococo
style base, 18in (46cm)h (1)
€200 - 300
730
731
TAXIDERMY: A GROUP OF STUFFED AND
MOUNTED EXOTIC BIRDS,
under a glass dome, on oval ebonized base, 19in
(48cm)h. (1)
€100 - 150
726
A RARE MID 19TH CENTURY IRISH WALNUT
STICK BAROMETER,
by T. Bennett of Cork, the arched top above a
silverised dial and thermometer tube, the cross
banded stick with a moulded edge above a bulbous
cistern cover, 36in (91cm). (1)
€700 - 1100
732
A LATE 19TH CENTURY TABLE CLOCK CASE,
the domed top with a brass swing handle, above
an arched and glazed door, flanked with cast
brass caryatids to each canted front corner, on
a rectangular moulded base, 13in (33cm)h x 9in
(23cm). (1)
€120 - 150
727
TWO SIMILAR GLASS DOMES,
each of cylindrical form, one 14.5in (37cm), the
other 13.5in (34cm). (2)
€100 - 150
733
A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY TALL BOY,
the dentil moulded cornice above seven graduating
drawers and raised on bracket feet, 67in (170cm)h
x 28.5in (72cm). (1)
€300 - 500
728
AN ATTRACTIVE THREE PIECE FLEUR-DEPECHE FRENCH MARBLE CLOCK GARNITURE,
with twin cylinder mercury pendulum, the movement
striking on a steel gong, the four glass brass case
opening front and back, the top surmounted with
a two handled brass and marble urn, above a
circular painted enamel dial with Roman numerals
and floral garlands, flanked to either side with flat
baluster marble pilaster headed with brass floral
finials, on a rectangular base with canted corners,
18.5in (47cm)hh x 11in (28cm); and a pair of
matching two handled urns, 13.5in (34cm). (3)
€350 - 550
734
A SPONGE GRAINED AND BRASS MOUNTED
AMERICAN MANTEL CLOCK,
with double clock work movement, striking on a
gong, by Ansonia Clock Company New York, late
19th century with presentation plaque, 14in (36cm)
h x 11.5in (29cm). (1)
€80 - 120
735
A 19TH CENTURY WALNUT CASED BRACKET
CLOCK,
the two train movement striking on a steel gong,
the circular painted dial with Roman numerals,
in square section case with moulded top and
rectangular plinth base, 13.5in (35cm)h x 10.5in
(27cm). (1)
€280 - 350
729
A COLLECTION OF GLASS DOMES,
comprising one large oval dome, 26in (66cm); a
smaller ditto, 20in (51cm); another 17in (44cm); one
13in (34cm) and a circular ditto, 12in (31cm). (5)
€250 - 350
730
A PAIR OF GEORGE III STYLE MAHOGANY
CAMEL BACK SETTEES, each with padded scroll
arms and padded seat and back and raised on
eight square legs, united by a stretcher, covered in
light blue fabric, 89in (226cm). (1)
€800 - 1500
70
742
A CARVED WALNUT CASED BRACKET CLOCK,
French late 19th century, the architectural style
case surmounted with a female bust, on a stepped
breakfront case, with carved leaf sprays, the
break front with circular dial blue enamel Roman
numerals and flanked to either side with musical
trophies on a break front base, the movement with
an outside count wheel striking on a steel gong,
18.75in (48c)h x 12in (30cm). (1)
€280 - 350
736
THREE EMBOSSED COPPER AND BRASS
MOUNTED POWDER FLASKS,
one by Hawksley; four brass lead shot powder
measure, two by James Dixon, the other unsigned;
together with a 6in (15cm) brass gun shell and a
small military vesta stand. (9)
€100 - 150
737
AN INLAID MAHOGANY SPINETTE CASE,
adapted as a desk, with pull out writing slide, and
fitted with pigeon hole compartments, central
cupboard and pop out drawers, raised on a stand
with square tapering legs, 65.in (166cm)w. (1)
€150 - 250
743
A FRENCH GILT BRASS AND PORCELAIN
MANTEL CLOCK, by Japy of Paris, the circular
enamel dial indistinctly signed and with Roman
numerals, surmounted with two cherubs above
three decorated porcelain dials in the Sevres style,
the serpentine fronted case raised on two front
leaf cast legs, the movement possibly associated,
the outside count wheel lacking pendulum and bell,
12in (30cm)h x 10in (266cm)w. (1)
€180 - 250
738
A SMALL REGENCY STYLE BRASS MOUNTED
BRACKET CLOCK,
the French movement by A.D. Mougin, striking on
a steel gong, the convex enamel dial with Arabic
numerals, under an arched top with brass swing
handle, above arched brass side grills, 12in (30cm)
h x 8.5in (22cm)w. (1)
€150 - 250
744
A FRENCH BRONZE SPELTER AND ONYX
FRENCH MANTEL CLOCK,
by Japy & Co., the enamel dial with Arabic and
Roman numerals, outside count wheel striking on
a steel bell, the drum surmounted with musical
trophies and flanked to one side with a seated
classical woman, reading from a scroll and holding
a trumpet in her left hand, the shaped onyx base
applied with brass panels issuing chains, 12in
(31cm)h x 16.5in (42cm). (1)
€150 - 250
739
A PAIR OF OLD LUCAS GARCIA CLUB NICKEL
PLATED CARBIDE LAMPS,
each set with two green crystal glass type stones,
6.5in (16cm); together with a pair of brass candle
lanterns, inscribed G.W.R., with brackets, 14in
(36cm). (4)
€40 - 60
740
A VERY ATTRACTIVE LATE 19TH CENTURY
CARVED OAK BLACK FOREST WALL CLOCK,
with two train movement, striking on a steel
bell, the circular dial with raised enamel Roman
numerals, the case crested with basket of fruit and
carved with scrolling foliage and surmounted with
two birds, 28in (71cm)h x 19in (48cm). (1)
€350 - 550
745
A PORCELAIN OIL LAMP,
the relief moulded three tone reservoir on a fluted
column, supporting red opaline glass shade, on a
circular black ceramic base, 29in (74cm). (1)
€70 - 120
746
AN UNUSUAL WHITE CARVED ALABASTER
FIGURAL CLOCK,
19th century French, with silk suspension
movement, striking on a small steel bell, the machine
turned gilt and enamel dial inscribed Landry Pass du
Panorama, signed Thomas H. with Roman numerals
on a white enamel chapter ring, inside a floral cast
gilt brass bezel, surmounted with a carved classical
group, as is, on a rectangular carved conforming
plinth, the plinth panel carved in relief with a bow
and quiver of arrows, raised on bun feet and raised
on an oval ebonized musical base with tune change
mechanism and raised on bun feet, under a tall
glass dome, also with label bought of J.S. Corrotti,
sculptor and renovator of Fine arts, St. Martins, 26in
(66cm)h x 16.5in (42cm) overall. (1)
€250 - 350
741
A THREE PIECE CASED CARVING SET WITH
STAG HORN HANDLES,
and a cased set of five steak knives with stag horn
handles and six forks. (2)
€40 - 60
71
750
A THREE PIECE FRENCH ROUGE AND
VARIEGATED MARBLE MANTEL CLOCK
GARNITURE,
the clock with lever movement and ivorised dial
with Arabic numerals, surmounted with a two
handled urn, and applied with two gilt metal
handles, the case applied with floral swags, raised
on claw feet, 17in (43cm)h x 11in (28cm)w;
together with a pair of matching three-branch fourlight candelabra, 19in (49cm). (1)
€150 - 250
747
A LATE 19TH CENTURY RUBY GLASS BRASS
OIL LAMP,
with cranberry and frosted glass shade, 26in
(66cm). (1)
€80 - 120
748
A FRENCH GILT BRASS FIGURAL MANTEL
CLOCK,
the movement with an outside count wheel,
striking on a steel bell, the enamel dial with Roman
numerals, flanked to one side with a woman seated
with floral garland and a a sheath of wheat on her
lap, her right hand holding a sickle, on an ornate
base with various trophies, raised on scroll legs,
13in (33cm)h x 17in (43cm). (1)
€300 - 500
751
A PAIR OF GERMAN BISQUE PORCELAIN
GROUPS,
each modelled as a classical woman with cherub,
16in (41cm)h. (2)
€30 - 40
749
A BRASS OIL LAMP,
c.1900 with cut glass reservoir, with frosted glass
shade, raised on a moulded black ceramic base,
26in (66cm). (1)
€80 - 120
752
A VERY RARE LATE 19TH CENTURY OR EARLY
20TH CENTURY CARVED MAHOGANY BANK
OR STATION CLOCK,
by Chancellor & Son Dublin, of very large
proportions, with fine double fusee movement,
striking on a steel gong, carved with the coat of
arms of Dublin, within a carved pediment with
anchors, scrolling shamrock and rope, the dentil
moulded cornice above a central painted dial with
Roman numerals, flanked to either side with leaf
carved half fluted columns, each with Doric capital,
each capital headed with cartouche, inscribed AD
1900, with hinged reeded side panels, on a leaf
caved scroll corbel base with a fluted band 50in
(127cm)h x 31.5in (80cm)w. (1)
€2000 - 3000
753
A MARY GREGORY STYLE CRANBERRY GLASS
STEM BOWL,
decorated with a young girl in a garden, with
flared neck, 7in (18cm); together with a Victorian
cranberry glass claret jug, 9in (23cm). (2)
€80 - 120
754
A THREE PIECE POLISHED BLACK
LIMESTONE AND MARBLE INLAID FRENCH
MANTEL CLOCK GARNITURE,
late 19th century, by T. Marti of Paris, with outside
count wheel, striking on a steel bell, the black dial
with raised brass Roman numerals, in a circular
drum flanked to either side with a scroll corbel,
raised on a moulded plinth, inlaid with coloured
marble panels, 11.5in (29cm)h x 21in (54cm)
w; together with a pair of matching tazzi, 11.5in
(29cm)h. (3)
€300 - 400
752
72
760
AN EDWARDIAN INLAID MAHOGANY CHEST,
with an arrangement of three long and five short
drawers, raised on a plinth base, 48in (122cm)h x
48in (122cm)w. (1)
€250 - 350
755
A LATE 19TH CENTURY GREEN AND PLAIN
GLASS OIL LAMP SHADE,
with shaped ribbon style, 7IN (18CM); together
with another cream glass lamp shade, 13in (33cm).
(2)
€80 - 150
756
A LATE 19TH CENTURY VIENNA WALNUT
DOUBLE WEIGHT REGULATOR WALL CLOCK,
the shaped cornice with centre acorn finial and two
urns, above a circular two stage enamel dial and
Roman numerals, inside an arched and glazed door,
flanked with a half turned column to either side,
approx 46in (117cm)h x 19in (48cm)w. (1)
€150 - 250
761
A RECTANGULAR BLACK POLISHED
LIMESTONE FRENCH MANTEL CLOCK,
with circular enamel dial and Roman numerals,
lacking movement, the case surmounted with a
male medieval figure reading from a scroll and a
book by his left elbow, on a stepped two stage
plinth with brass feet, as is, 12in (31cm)h x 15.5in
(40cm). (1)
€150 - 250
757
A HEAVY LATE VICTORIAN CARVED
ROSEWOOD STOOL,
in the Renaissance style, the X shaped scroll
moulded frame with centre cartouches, supporting
a rectangular padded seat, on leaf carved C scroll
legs, 35in (89cm). (1)
€250 - 350
762
AN UNUSUAL OAK CASED WALL CLOCK,
20th century, the circular dial with Roman
numerals, above an additional movement below,
showing phases of the moon, days of the week,
months of the year, and date, as is, 38in (97cm)h x
10in (26cm). (1)
€70 - 90
763
A HEAVY 19TH CENTURY GILT BRONZE AND
WHITE MARBLE MANTEL CLOCK CASE,
the brass drum flanked to one side with a classical
female figure, seated and looking in a hand mirror,
on a bow fronted white marble base, with central
classical female mask, issuing floral swags, 11in
(28cm)h x 11in (28cm)w; together with another
French gilt and bronzed metal clock case, with urn
finial issuing floral swags and flanked to either side
with a cherub, on a bow fronted base with floral
cast legs, 18in (47cm)h x 16in (41cm). (2)
€150 - 250
758
764
AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY BRASS CLOCK
DIAL, for a longcase clock, with eight day
movement, the dial with Arabic and Roman
numerals and subsidiary dial for seconds, lacking
hand, 14.5in (37cm) square. (1)
€70 - 120
758
A VERY FINE FRENCH GILT BRASS FIGURAL
MANTEL CLOCK,
by Schmoll Freres a Paris, the works by Japy
Freres a Paris, the circular dial with Roman
numerals signed, outside count wheel striking
on a steel bell, the drum overlaid with scrolling
vines and flanked to one side with a reclining
classical woman holding a goblet and a ewer, on a
rectangular moulded base with vine cast scrolling
legs, 14in (36cm)h x 20in (51cm). (1)
€600 - 900
765
A VERY UNUSUAL FIVE DIAL BRASS
CARRIAGE CLOCK,
with circular silverized dial, with Roman and Arabic
numerals, above matching aneroid barometer
dial, a farenheight dial and centegrade dial and
a compass to the top with a swing handle, 6.5in
(17cm)h x 5in (12cm); together with a small brass
five glass carriage clock in associated leather case.
(2)
€150 - 250
759
A COLLECTION OF SIXTEEN METRO STYLE
TEMPO SHEETS AND PIANOLA ROLLS,
with various titles including Madam Butterfly,
SpringTime and other titles. (16)
€70 - 90
73
766
A 19TH CENTURY FRENCH WHITE MARBLE
AND GILT METAL MANTEL CLOCK CASE,
surmounted with a philosopher holding a slate with
his elbow resting on the clock case, on a large
serpentine shaped marble base, 18.5in (47cm)h x
20in (50cm). (1)
€180 - 250
767
FOUR OLD WHEEL BAROMETERS, together with
a stick barometer, all distressed. (5)
€100 - 150
770
772
A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY WHEEL
BAROMETER,
by R.D. Gant of Woodbridge, with swan neck
pediment above a circular damp/dry dial and an
arched top thermometer dial, a circular barometer
dial, and a rectangular level dial, signed, 38.5in
(97cm)h x 10in (26cm). (1)
€100 - 200
768
A GOOD 10 AIR SWISS MUSIC BOX, number
2207, with brass cylinder and steel comb, stop/go
and repeat mechanism, with original tune sheet, in
rectangular case with glaze interior, 22in (56cm).
(1)
€300 - 500
769
A SMALL UNUSUAL CARVED OAK ANEROID
WHEEL BAROMETER,
the top carved with a draped urn above a
glazed thermometer dial and a circular silverised
barometer dial, within a leaf carved border, and a
silver cartouche below with a silver presentation
plaque, 31in (79cm)h x 12in (31cm). (1)
€100 - 150
773
A LATE 19TH CENTURY FRENCH POLISHED
BLACK LIMESTONE MANTEL CLOCK,
the circular enamel dial with Roman numerals
indistinctly signed, with outside count wheel,
striking on a steel bell, the case surmounted with
a figure of Denis Papin seated and his famous
invention - the Steam Digester - to his right side,
on a two-stage base raised on lion mask and paw
feet, 16in (41cm)h x 17in (44cm)w; together with
a pair of French spelter figures after L & F Moreau,
19.5in (50cm). (3)
€180 - 250
770
A FINE OBLONG AND WALNUT CASED INLAID
AND DECORATED SWISS SIXTEEN AIR MUSIC
BOX,
with nickel plated harp zither and steel comb,
polished steel cylinder with stop play chain and
repeat switch, with a nickel plated heart shaped
tune pointer, 27.5in (70cm)w. (1)
€500 - 800
771
A VERY LARGE RARE OAK WALL CLOCK,
with triple fusee movement, in the Gothic style,
striking on eight steel bells and a gong, the arched
cornice with a central cartouche above a circular
painted dial with Roman numerals, indistinctly
signed, the works possibly by Dent of London,
the case with a hinged pendulum aperture in the
form of a crest, and typical Gothic tracery to the
spandrels and cut brass trellis panels to the sides,
36in (92cm)h x 21in (54c)w. (1)
€1200 - 1800
771
74
774
A VERY LARGE VICTORIAN WALNUT VIENNA
SINGLE WEIGHT WALL REGULATOR TIME
PIECE,
by C.E. Wahllof of Gefle, the divided pediment with
a central urn finial, above an inverted breakfront
cornice, the circular dial signed and with Roman
numerals, inside an arched and glazed door, flanked
with half turned pilasters, each headed with Doric
capitals, approx 81in (286cm)h x 22in (56cm)w.
(1)
€600 - 900
775
A LARGE FRENCH ROCOCO STYLE BRONZE
MANTEL CLOCK,
by G. Sandoz 146-147-148 Palais-Royal Paris,
the convex enamel dial with Roman and Arabic
numerals, striking on a steel bell, the case crested
with scrolling foliage, issuing floral swags, above
a trellis panel, raised on four leaf scroll legs
and a fixed serpentine shaped base with centre
cartouche and leaf scroll legs, 17in (43cm)h x 15in
(39cm)w. (1)
€500 - 700
776
A FRENCH THREE PIECE WHITE VARIEGATED
MARBLE AND BRASS MOUNTED MANTEL
CLOCK GARNITURE,
the portico clock by Japy Freres, with a convex
enamel dial with Arabic numerals and decorated
with garlands of flowers, supporting a sunburst
pendulum with central mask, the case surmounted
with two handled brass mounted marble urn and
two smaller urns to either side, on two upward
tapering rectangular columns, and raised on a
rectangular moulded base with brass feet, 17.5in
(45cm)h x 10.5in (27cm)w; together with a pair of
matching two handled urns, each with lion masks
and applied with ribbon bows and floral swags,
13in (33cm)h. (3)
€350 - 550
777
A FINE ROCOCO STYLE 19TH CENTURY
FRENCH ORMOLU MANTEL CLOCK,
by Japy Freres, with outside count wheel, striking
on a steel bell, the circular enamel dial with Roman
numerals, the ornate case cast with scrolls flowers
and other foliage, on a fixed conforming base, 14in
(36cm)h x 11in (28cm)w. (1)
€600 - 800
774
777
75
781
778
783
A PAIR OF GEORGE III STYLE GILT
GAINSBOROUGH TYPE ARMCHAIRS,
O.R.M., each shaped and padded back, above a
padded seat, flanked with two guillouche scroll
topped arm rests, on conforming square legs,
united by a conforming stretcher, covered in dark
blue fabric. (2)
€1000 - 1200
778
A FRENCH EMPIRE GILT BRASS MOUNTED
AND FLORAL MARQUETRY PORTICO CLOCK,
c. 1860, the outside count wheel striking on a
steel bell, the gilt dial with Roman numerals within
a floral cast gilt brass bezel, the top with a floral
frieze supported by four floral inlaid columns, raised
on a two stage rectangular plinth with conforming
marquetry work, the matching lyre type pendulum
with a circular floral rosette, 20in (51cm)h x 10.5in
(27cm). (1)
€400 - 600
784
AN OLD ENAMEL PUB OR SHOP WALL SIGN,
for Black Cat Virginia Cigarettes, 20.25in (52cm)h
x 14in (36cm). (1)
€70 - 90
779
A VERY FINE REGENCY PERIOD DOUBLE
FUSEE MAHOGANY BRACKET CLOCK,
with pull repeat, striking on a large steel bell,
the ornate engraved back plate and conforming
engraved pendulum, inside a glazed door, the
lancet case in the Gothic style, around a convex
painted dial with Roman numerals, above a shaped
panel applied with carved foliage, and flanked to
either side with cluster columns and a rectangular
bead moulded plinth and brass ball feet, 18.5in
(47cm)h x 10.75in (27cm). (1)
€800 - 1200
785
TAXIDERMY: A PAIR OF GAZELLE TROPHY
HEADS
skull and horns and each mounted on an oak shield
shaped trophy panel and inscribed R.L.D., Dinder
1907, approx 35in (89cm)h x 13in (33cm). (2)
€300 - 400
781
MARTINA FURLONG (B. 1974),
Early Morning View from Lower Road, acrylic on
canvas, 20in (50.5cm)h x 24in (60.5cm). (1)
TO BE SOLD ON BEHALF OF THE SCOOP
FOUNDATION REGISTERED IRISH CHARITY.
€300 - 500
782
JO CUMMINS (20TH/21ST CENTURY),
Harbour Scene, O.O.C., signed lower right, 11.5in
(29cm)h x 46.5in (118cm)w. (1)
TO BE SOLD ON BEHALF OF THE SCOOP
FOUNDATION REGISTERED IRISH CHARITY.
€300 - 500
779
76
782
790
PATRICIO CASSINONI (B.1975),
Nude Study, o.o.c.,signed verso, 48in (122cm)
sq.(1)
TO BE SOLD ON BEHALF OF THE SCOOP
FOUNDATION REGISTERED IRISH CHARITY.
€1600 - 2000
786
A SCALE MODEL OF A BARREL TOP GYPSY
CARAVAN, the roof and sides covered in green
felt, the spoked wheels with iron rims, raised on a
sprung chassis, the front with two half doors with
upper glazed sections and two shafts, overall 36in
(92cm) x 19.5in (50cm). (1)
€300 - 600
791
AN OLD HEAVY RELIEF CAST BRASS
NATIONAL CASH REGISTER,
19in (49cm). (1)
€100 - 150
792
TAXIDERMY:
A LARGE STUFFED AND MOUNTED AFRICAN
WATER BUFFALO HEAD AND HORNS,
mounted on a shield shaped oak trophy board,
inscribed R.L.D., Dinder 1907, 32in (82cm)h x 33in
(84cm)w. (1)
€500 - 700
793
LEONARD SEXTON (20/21ST CENTURY),
Around Skerries Head, no.2, O.O.C., signed lower
right, also signed and inscribed verso, 20in (51cm)
h x 24in (61cm). (1)
TO BE SOLD ON BEHALF OF THE SCOOP
FOUNDATION REGISTERED IRISH CHARITY.
€1400 - 1600
787
787
PATRICIO CASSINONI (B. 1975),
Study of a Stag, mixed media on canvas, signed
verso, 39.5in (100cm)h x 47in (120cm). (1)
TO BE SOLD ON BEHALF OF THE SCOOP
FOUNDATION REGISTERED IRISH CHARITY.
€1600 - 2000
788
AN ENAMEL PUB WALL SIGN,
Guinness for Strength, 20in (51cm)h x 14in
(36cm). (1)
€70 - 90
789
TAXIDERMY: A PAIR OF GAZELLE TROPHY
HEADS,
each with two horns and a scull, mounted on an
oak trophy panel, inscribed R. L.D. Dinder 1907,
approx 16in (40cm)h x 12in (31cm). (2)
€180 - 250
790
77
797
A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY TELESCOPIC
DINING TABLE,
with three spare leaves, the nicely figured and
moulded top raised on four turned and baluster
reeded legs, each headed with a flower head, 10ft
(304cm)l x 4ft8 (143cm)w. (1)
€800 - 1200
798
TAXIDERMY: A LARGE SET OF STAG ANTLERS,
one with ten points, the other with nine, with upper
scull section, mounted on a pitch pine shield
shaped panel, 27in (69cm)h x 39in (99cm)w. (1)
€250 - 350
793
794
A GEORGIAN MAHOGANY SLOPE FRONT
BUREAU BOOKCASE,
the associated top with a moulded cornice, above
two astragal glazed doors, each with a blind fret cut
edge, the front opening to reveal a fitted interior
with drawers, pigeon holes, secret compartment
and cupboard, with three long and two short
drawers below, raised on bracket feet, as is, 7ft3
(221cm)h x 42in (107cm)w. (1)
€200 - 300
799
795
A LARGE BRONZE EQUESTRIAN GROUP,
modelled with a French huntsman on horse back,
with bugle and hunting sword, on a rustic type oval
base, 46in (117cm)h x 44in (112cm). (1)
€350 - 550
799
LEONARD SEXTON (20th/21st CENTURY IRISH,
Around the Head Skerries, no.1, O.O.C., signed
lower right, also signed and inscribed verso, mixed
media on canvas, 20in (51cm)h x 24in (61cm). (1)
TO BE SOLD ON BEHALF OF THE SCOOP
FOUNDATION REGISTERED IRISH CHARITY.
€1400 - 1600
800
AN INLAID AND CROSS BANDED MAHOGANY
BOW FRONTED SIDE BOARD,
early 20th century, with three quarter gallery and
three frieze drawers, above two cupboard doors, on
square tapering inlaid legs, 71in (180cm). (1)
€100 - 200
796
801
AIDAN HICKEY, (20TH / 21ST CENTURY)
A Venetian Moon, with a nude reclining behind
a folding blind, O.O.C., in box base, signed with
monogram, also signed, inscribed and dated 2010
verso, 23in (59cm)h x 31in (79cm). (1)
TO BE SOLD ON BEHALF OF THE SCOOP
FOUNDATION REGISTERED IRISH CHARITY.
€800 - 900
796
ADRIENNE M. FINNERTY (20TH/21ST
CENTURY),
Catalyst, mixed media on canvas, signed and dated
‘08, also signed, inscribed and dated verso, 14.5in
(37cm)h x 29.5in (75cm). (1)
TO BE SOLD ON BEHALF OF THE SCOOP
FOUNDATION REGISTERED IRISH CHARITY.
€400 - 600
78
803
A SET OF EIGHT (6+2) MAHOGANY DINING
CHAIRS,
late 19th century, each with three fishtail splats,
above a stuff over seat, covered in olive hide and
raised on front square tapering legs. (8)
€300 - 500
804
TWO SIMILAR EDWARDIAN WALNUT
OCCASIONAL CHAIRS. (2)
€30 - 50
805
AN ATTRACTIVE FRENCH PORCELAIN MANTEL
CLOCK,
in the Rococo style, probably by Jacob Petite,
decorated in celeste blue and white with floral
sprays and gilt scrolls, and a central enamel
dial with Roman numerals, the silk suspension
movement with outside count wheel, striking on
a steel bell, the clock with scroll legs, raised on a
conforming fixed stand, 14.75in (38cm)h x 9.5in
(24cm). (1)
€400 - 600
801
806
A FINE LARGE CARVED WOODEN BLACK
FOREST CHALET CUCKOO CLOCK,
19th century, the V shaped roof applied with
scrolling vines, the three train movement with
cuckoo and trumpeter automaton, striking on two
gongs, bellows and trumpets, the circular wooden
dial with applied Roman numerals, with cuckoo loft
above and two panel door below for trumpeter, the
sides of the case also applied with scrolling vines
on a rectangular moulded and openwork base, on
bracket feet, 29in (74cm)h x 18in (46cm). (1)
€700 - 1100
802
802
AIDAN HICKEY (20TH / 21ST CENTURY)
Sincerest Regrets, tryptic panel, O.O.P., signed
lower left on right panel, also signed, inscribed and
date 2012 verso, 21in (53cm)h x 35in (89cm)w
combined. (1)
TO BE SOLD ON BEHALF OF THE SCOOP
FOUNDATION REGISTERED IRISH CHARITY.
€800 - 900
807
A 19TH CENTURY MOTHER O’ PEARL INLAID
ROSEWOOD DROP DIAL WALL CLOCK,
with double fusee movement by W. Lakin of
Tamworth, the circular painted dial with Roman
numerals, signed, the brass bezel inside a circular
inlaid frame and a pendulum aperture below, 28.5in
(72cm)h x 18in (46cm). (1)
€200 - 300
808
A 19TH CENTURY IRISH MAHOGANY DROP
DIAL WALL CLOCK,
with single fusee movement, signed George Dobbin
of Dublin, with circular painted dial with Roman
numerals, inside an octagonal moulded frame,
and a glazed pendulum aperture below, inside a
vine moulded frame and two vine spandrels, and a
hinged compartment below for pendulum access,
30in (76cm)h x 17.5in (45cm). (1)
€250 - 350
806
79
814
AN IRISH WAR OF INDEPENDENCE
SURVIVORS MEDAL,
1921-1971, depicting post 1916 Irish volunteer,
with the word Eire, surrounded by the emblems
of the four provinces, with original ribbon and bar,
incorporating the black and orange/tan colours,
and outer green stripes, another symbol of Éireann,
in original green box. (1)
€100 - 150
809
A FRENCH RED BOULLE MANTEL CLOCK,
with ormolu mounts, the top surmounted with
an asymmetrical gilt brass finial, the movement
indistinctly signed and striking on a steel bell, on
a domed top with ornate brass mounts, above
a cream enamel dial with Roman and Arabic
numerals and a presentation plaque below, to T.
Bone from the Earl & Countess of Ronaldshay,
October 19th 1909, with ornate Rococo style gilt
brass legs, 16.5in (42cm)h x 8in (20cm)w. (1)
€400 - 600
815
AN IRISH WAR OF INDEPENDENCE
SURVIVORS MEDAL,
1921-1971, depicting post 1916 Irish volunteer,
with the word Eire, surrounded by the emblems
of the four provinces, with original ribbon and bar,
incorporating the black and orange/tan colours,
and outer green stripes, another symbol of Éireann.
(1)
€80 - 120
810
A VICTORIAN EBONIZED GILT DECORATED
AND MOTHER O’ PEARL INLAID DROP DIAL
WALL CLOCK,
with single fusee movement, and circular dial with
Roman numerals, above a pendulum aperture, 28in
(71cm)h x 18in (46cm). (1)
€180 - 250
816
AN IRISH 1939-1946 EMERGENCY SERVICE
MEDAL,
with Gaelic inscription verso, with red and white
ribbon and bar, the bar inscribed in Gaelic Serbís
Náisiúnta. (1)
€80 - 120
811
A 1917-1921 IRISH SERVICE MEDAL,
(Black & Tan medal), with full length figure of a
volunteer of the flying column, in typical 1917-21
uniform, with the word Éire in Gaelic script and
with the arms of the four provinces, inscribed
below Codagh na Saoirse ( The Struggle for
Independance), in Gaelic script, the reverse with
palm leaf to the left, on original black and gold
ribbon and suspension bar to reverse; together with
four Irish military brass buttons, The Irish Defense
Forces, with a harp and letters IV. (5)
€150 - 200
817
A 1917-1921 IRISH GENERAL BRONZE
SERVICE MEDAL,
the obverse illustrating the arms of the four
provinces of Ireland, with a flying column volunteer
standing, inscribed Éire, the reverse with palm leaf
in relief, symbolic of victory, original black and gold
ribbon (black and tan), suspended from a bronze
bar, with pin back, in good condition; together with
another similar with bar but with only a fragment of
the ribbon, in original green box. (2)
€200 - 300
811A
A JAMES CONNOLLY MEMORIAL BADGE,
1868-1916, with portrait in relief, inside a green
enamel band; together with a 1966 Padraig Pearse
silver ten shilling coin. (2)
€70 - 90
818
A COLLECTION OF IRISH MILITARY CAP AND
TUNIC BADGES,
including The Royal Irish Rangers, The North Irish
Horse, Connaught Range, , I.S.H Shamrock badge,
and an Irish Army Defence Forces collar badge,
Coisite. (5)
€80 - 120
812
THREE INTERESTING GILT METAL AND
ENAMEL MASONIC MEDALS,
various designs and ribbons. (3)
€80 - 100
813
A 1939-1946 SEIRBÍS NÁISIÚNTA TWO BAR
MEDAL,
an Sluagh Muiri medal with red and white ribbon;
together with 1923-1924 Junior Division United
Services Football League Medal, Royal Irish
Fusilers. (2)
€160 - 200
819
A FOURTEEN CARET GOLD LADIES FOB
WATCH,
with swiss bar movement, and ornate chased case,
with gilt dial and Roman numerals and a chased
circular centre panel, 1.25in (3.5cm), in faux
crocodile skin case. (1)
€120 - 180
80
827
A GENT’S SILVER POCKET WATCH,
unsigned, Chester 1832, as is; together with
another silver watch case, with associated single
fusee movement, by J. Bedford Liverpool, no. 9286,
with ornate cock and back plate adapted, and
another silver cased express English lever pocket
watch, by J.G. Graves of Sheffield, as is. (3)
€80 - 150
820
AN 18K GOLD PAIR-CASED GENTS POCKET
WATCH,
with fusee movement and outside count wheel,
movement no. 20550, unsigned with convex
enamel dial and Roman numerals with subsidiary
dial for seconds. (1)
€600 - 700
821
AN 18K GOLD LADIES CERTINA WRIST WATCH
AND BRACELET,
with silverised dial, 32g overall. (1)
€450 - 550
828
A SILVER CASED GENT’S POCKET WATCH,
hallmark London 1884, the enamel dial with
subsidiary dial for seconds and Roman numerals,
unsigned movement, as is; together with another
silver cased gents pocket watch, Chester 1853,
the enamel dial with Roman numerals, subsidiary
dial for seconds, lacking hands, and one other
Gent’s silver pocket watch, with fusee movement,
by Willman Brothers 8 Trinity Street Dublin, no.
16822. (3)
€100 - 200
822
A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS LADIES
AND GENTS WRIST WATCHES,
a ladies pendant wrist watch on chain; together
with a quantity of other miscellaneous costume
jewellery, gents cuff links, a colibri lighter in case,
brooches etc. (a lot)
€40 - 60
829
A SILVER PAIR CASED GENT’S POCKET
WATCH,
by R.T. Roskell of Liverpool, no. 9503, with single
fusee movement, with patent cock, white enamel
dial cracked and Roman numerals and subsidiary
dial for seconds, lacking hand, the Chester case
hallmarked for 1812; together with another
improved patent English lever pocket watch, by
Max Cohen Ltd. of Manchester, no. 554797, the
circular enamel dial with Roman numerals, and
subsidiary dial for seconds, lacking hand, the case
Chester 1898. (2)
€150 - 250
823
A 9K GOLD LADIES WRIST WATCH,
without bracelet, 14gr overall. (1)
€50 - 70
824
A GOOD 9K GOLD KEYLESS LEVER GENT’S
POCKET WATCH,
by J.W. Benson London, the circular dial with Arabic
numerals and a subsidiary dial for seconds, in
working order, overall weight 49gr. (1)
€250 - 350
825
AN ENGLISH WHITE METAL CASED SILVER
FUSEE GENT’S KEYLESS POCKET WATCH,
with ornate back and repoussé chased silver
dial with Roman numerals, case and movement
(probably associated); together with another late
George III English silver pair-cased watch, with
unsigned fusee movement, no.9245, with ornate
engraved and pierced cock. (2)
€100 - 150
830
A GENT’S SILVER CASED POCKET WATCH,
by J.N Masters Rye, no. 2473717, the lever
movement with silver dust cover, enamel dial and
Roman numerals, the case Birmingham 1898;
together with a small silver pair-case single fusee
watch, by J. Jackson London, with ornate engraved
and pierced cock, enamel dial with Roman
numerals, lacking outer case; and another silver
plated gent’s pocket watch. (3)
€70 - 90
826
A SILVER CASED SINGLE FUSEE GENT’S
POCKET WATCH,
by A. Jacobson of Glasgow, no. 28089, with
Chester 1824 hallmark case, with machine turned
silver dial, raised gilt Roman numerals, and a
subsidiary dial for seconds. (1)
€70 - 90
831
A SILVER PAIR CASE SINGLE FUSEE GENT’S
POCKET WATCH,
by Barwise of London, no. 3379, signed on the
back plate and the dust cover, the silver case
Hallmarked for London 1844, the enamel dial with
Arabic numerals, lacking outer case. (1)
€80 - 120
81
832
AN UNUSUAL SILVER CASED POCKET WATCH,
by Neill Brothers Belfast, no. 11600, signed
on the back plate, with fusee movement with
maintaining power, case with London Hallmarks
1856, the enamel dial with Roman numerals and a
subsidiary dial for seconds, the dial also signed and
numbered. (1)
€80 - 120
836
836
ADRIENNE M. FINNERTY (20TH/21ST
CENTURY),
Safari Experience, mixed media on canvas, signed
lower right also signed and inscribed verso, 11.25in
(29cm)h x 31.5in (80cm). (1)
TO BE SOLD ON BEHALF OF THE SCOOP
FOUNDATION REGISTERED IRISH CHARITY.
€400 - 600
833
A SMALL ENGRAVED SILVER FOB WATCH,
1.5in (4cm); a smaller similar ditto 1.25in (3.5cm);
an American silver pocket watch by Waltham Mass,
in Birmingham silver case, possibly associated,
with enamel dial and subsidiary dial for seconds; a
German watch movement and dial by A. Lange &
Sohne Dresdon, and a fusee movement by Dent
Royal Exchange and 61 Strand London, no. 35190,
in an associated silver case, and another silver
cased Elgin ladies keyless wrist watch, with circular
dial and Arabic numerals. (6)
€70 - 120
837
A CIRCULAR SINGLE FUSEE WALL CLOCK,
unsigned, the circular moulded case around a
painted dial with Roman numerals, 13in (33cm). (1)
€150 - 200
834
OFFLEY VINTAGE PORT,
Cased, 1985. (1)
€540 - 700
838
A VERY ORNATE LATE 19TH CENTURY
FRENCH WALNUT DUCHESS TYPE DRESSING
TABLE,
the floral crested and shaped swing frame mirror
flanked with an urn to either side, above an
arrangement of seven drawers, on a serpentine
shaped table top with central frieze drawer, raised
on floral carved cabriole legs, united by a scroll
stretcher, supporting a lift top sarcophagus, 51in
(130cm)w. (1)
€600 - 700
835
AN EXCEPTIONAL PAIR OF TWELVE BRANCH
CRYSTAL GLASS CHANDELIERS,
the top with six scroll canes with ring suspenders,
supporting pear shaped drops and chained buttons,
sitting in a cutglass bowl, above another inverted
bowl with similar drops, issuing festoons of buttons
to twelve arms, on two heights, and a similar bowl
below with conforming drops and a prism terminal,
approx 4ft7 (140cm)h x 36in (92cm). (2)
€5000 - 6000
839
A LARGE IMPRESSIVE FRENCH GILT BRONZE
AND BOULLE BRACKET CLOCK,
19th century, the three stage domed top
surmounted with a gilt bronze figure of Father
Time, seated on a sphere holding a brass staff,
above an arched case with cartouche crest, with
a portrait of a male and female under a coronet,
the circular chased brass dial with raised enamel
Roman numerals and an oval enamel plaque below
inscribed Gaudron Paris, with small outer chapter
ring for seconds, with heavy brass pendulum with
head of Minerva within a sunburst, the inside back
panel profusely inlaid with brass and tortoise shell,
the case mounted with ornate leaf and scroll gilt
bronze mounts, and a centre Bacchus mask below
and four female caryatids to the corners and raised
on conforming leaf scroll legs, 45in (115cm)h x
19in (49cm). (1) (1)
€2000 - 3000
835
82
846
AN EIGHT-DAY CARVED OAK LONG CASE
CLOCK,
with rectangular domed pediment, above an
arched brass dial by John Evans Shrewsbury,
signed in the arch with stylized dolphin spandrels,
above a silverised chapter ring, with Arabic and
Roman numerals, flanked with rounded half turned
columns, the case profusely carved with scrolling
leaves, rosettes and guilloche mouldings, an arched
trunk door on a carved and moulded box base, on
ogee bracket feet, 85in (216cm)h x 19in (48cm).
(1)
€700 - 1100
840
A CREAM PAINTED MODERN SETTEE,
with shaped frame and turned rails, the hump
back with an arrangement of cushions and similar
cushions to seat, 81in (206cm). (1)
€150 - 250
841
A MODERN GREEN PAINTED SETTEE,
with shaped frame and turned rails; the seat, back,
and sides formed with cushions, 78in (198cm). (1)
€150 - 250
842
AN ORIGINAL ODHNER ADDING MACHINE,
by Goteborg Sverige, Sweedish made, no. 27 serial
522965, the black painted metal case with nickel
mounted handles and finger keys, 12.5in (32cm)
w overall. (1)
€20 - 30
847
A REGENCY PERIOD EBONY STRUNG
MAHOGANY TALL CHEST,
with an arrangement of four long graduating
drawers and two small drawers, and raised on
splayed bracket feet, 52in (132cm)h x 45in
(115cm). (1)
€400 - 600
843
A OAK EIGHT DAY LONG CASE CLOCK,
by John Smith of Chester, the divided pediment
crested with a brass eagle, above a square brass
dial with a silverised chapter ring, with Arabic and
Roman numerals, and a subsidiary dial for seconds
and a date aperture, within mask and scroll
spandrels, above a long shaped mahogany banded
door, and fluted quarter pilasters, on a moulded box
base, 7ft (213cm)h x 20in (51cm). (1)
€600 - 700
848
AN UNUSUAL EIGHT-DAY LONGCASE CLOCK,
19th century, by Lawless of Dundalk, the arched
and moulded pediment above a circular painted
dial with Roman numerals and a subsidiary dial for
seconds, the dead beat escapement striking on two
steel bells and a gong, over an arched panel long
door and a moulded box base, 80in (203cm)h x
18in (46cm). (1)
€700 - 1100
844
A 19TH CENTURY WALNUT CASED AMERICAN
WALL CLOCK,
with marquetry and parquetry inlay, the serpentine
shaped top crested with a vase of flowers, above a
circular painted dial with Roman numerals, striking
on a gong, inside a glazed door, the pendulum in
front of a small gilt mirror, flanked to either side
with turned columns, on a scroll moulded base,
34.5in (88cm)h x 16in (41cm). (1)
€150 - 250
849
A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY LONG CASED
CLOCK,
the rope moulded and arched hood around a
circular dial, with Roman numerals and a subsidiary
dial for seconds, above a gadroon moulded trunk
with arched door, on a moulded box base, with
bracket feet, with complex striking mechanism,
striking on the quarter, 78in (198cm)h x 17in
(44cm). (1)
€500 - 800
845
A FINE AMERICAN PARQUETRY INLAID
WALNUT DROP DIAL WALL CLOCK,
with circular painted dial with Roman numerals,
inside a circular serpentine shaped frame, above a
glazed aperture door, and double scroll base, 31in
(79cm). (1)
€150 - 250
850
A COLLECTION OF CLOCK PARTS, including
dials, bezels, pendulums, including a spelter clock
case, and two spelter figural clock mounts, etc. (a
lot)
€70 - 90
851
A COLLECTION OF VARIOUS CLOCK PARTS,
including movements, dials, and other spare parts,
etc. (a lot)
€100 - 150
83
852
A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS CLOCK
PARTS, comprising a longcase painted clock dial
depicting a scene entitled The Cottages, Saturday
Night, various cuckoo clock cases, movements,
part-movements, etc. (a lot)
€80 - 120
853
A PAIR OF OLD METAL AND COPPER
MOUNTED CARRIAGE LAMPS, 27in (69cm). (1)
€100 - 150
860
854
A COLLECTION OF CLOCK PARTS, comprising
a brass skeleton clock case, with part movement,
together with other clock movements and parts,
etc. (a lot)
€70 - 120
860
A RARE LARGE COLOURED ADVERTISING
PRINT,
Custerd’s Last Fight, from the original painting
presented to the seventh regiment U. S cavalry, by
Anheuser-Busch, St. Louis Missouri U.S.A., world’s
largest brewery, home of Budweiser, depicting a
fierce battle with a key to names, framed, 30.25in
(77cm)h x 41in (104cm)w. (1)
€400 - 500
855
A FINE SINGLE FUSEE MANTEL CLOCK FACE
AND MOVEMENT,
by Barraud and Lunds of Cornhill London, no.
4500, with gilt dial and Roman numerals, lacking
case with circular glazed rear door bezel, pendulum
and bell. (1)
€80 - 120
861
A LARGE GEORGE IV PERIOD EBONY STRUNG
MAHOGANY SIDE BOARD,
with drop bow-fronted centre section , enclosing
three frieze drawers and two sliding compartments
to the rear, supported by two tall pedestals, both
with a bow fronted large box drawers, flanked to
either side with reeded pilasters and raised on six
turned baluster reeded legs, with lion paw feet,
45.5in (116cm)h x 86in (219cm). (1)
€1000 - 1500
856
A VICTORIAN PARIAN BUST,
John Milton, standing by a plinth, 13in (33cm);
together with a small parian bust of Robert Burns,
5.5in (14cm), and another parian group modelled
with a man seated with dog; and a composition
figure of a philosopher. (4)
€80 - 120
862
AN 18TH CENTURY MAHOGANY CHEST ON
STAND,
the upper section with a concealed frieze drawer
and three long and two short drawers below, raised
on a stand with one long large drawer, above a
shaped apron, on shell capped cabriole legs, with
tri-fed feet, approx. 6ft (183cm)h x 45in (115cm)
w. (1)
€700 - 1100
857
A PAIR OF MAHOGANY BOOT STANDS,
late George III period, one complete, the other
lacking two pegs, 36” x 31” (91.5cms x 78cms). (2)
€250 - 350
858
A PRATTWARE POT LID,
The Best Card, in gilt frame, 4in (10cm); together
with two other pot lids with scenes after Murillo. (3)
€50 - 80
863
A VERY FINE LATE 19TH CENTURY
MARQUETRY CENTRE TABLE,
of serpentine shaped form, with heavy brass
mounts, the top profusely inlaid with colourful
flowers and specimen timbers, within rosewood
and tulipwood bands, inside a leaf cast edge, above
a frieze drawer to either end, and a shaped inlaid
and crossbanded frieze, raised on four rosewood
cabriole legs, and each headed with a cast brass
caryatid, 29in (74cm)h x 55in (140cm)w x 32.5in
(83cm)d. (1)
€2000 - 3000
859
A LARGE ORNATE BRASS THREE-PIECE
CLOCK GARNITURE,
20th century, the pierced clock case surmounted
with an urn finial and the circular enamel dial with
Arabic numerals, flanked to either side with scroll
pilasters and fruit swags and raised on four stylized
paw feet, 30in (76cm)h x 14in (36cm)w; together
with a pair of five-branch six-light candelabra, as
is. (3)
€80 - 120
84
864
865
864
A FINE 19TH CENTURY FRENCH BRASS
MOUNTED BOULLE SIDE CABINET,
of breakfront outline with white marble top, the
tortoise shell and brass inlaid frieze above three
conforming doors, each with a vase of flowers
within scrolling foliage and conforming bands,
the four pilasters each surmounted with a female
caryatid, on a serpentine shaped plinth base,
centred with a brass classical mask, on rectangular
feet, 44in (112cm)h 71in (181cm)w. (1)
€2000 - 3000
865
A VERY ATTRACTIVE PAIR OF BOW FRONTED
ROSEWOOD AND MARQUETRY SIDE
CUPBOARDS,
early 20th century, each with a white and grey
veined marble top, with projecting corners, above
a floral inlaid frieze, the bow fronted door inlaid
with colourful flowers, in specimen timbers,
inside a scrolling leaf frame, with mother o’ pearl
cartouches, flanked with conforming inlaid pilasters
and side panels, the pilasters headed with gilt
brass drapery and ribbon bows and similar mounts
below, on vase shaped legs, 45in (114cm)h x 33in
(84cm)w. (2)
€2000 - 3000
867
866
A GEORGE IV PERIOD MAHOGANY FOLD OUT
CARD TABLE,
with two rectangular flaps, opening to reveal a
baize lined interior, above a frieze drawer, raised on
ring turned spiral reeded legs, 36in (91cm)ext. (1)
€200 - 300
867
AN ATTRACTIVE FRENCH BOULLE
BUREAU PLAT,
the rectangular top with a tooled leather
centre, within a band of inlaid brass and
faux tortoise shell, with heavy cast edge
and heavy corner mounts and three
frieze drawers to the shaped frieze,
raised on four cabriole legs, with heavy
brass caryatid mounts and brass sabots,
51in (130cm)w x 28in (71cm)d. (1)
€700 - 1100
863
85
873
A WALNUT AND BRASS MOUNTED DESK
STAND,
dated 1876, the top with a fold back slotted
stationary compartment, with two square ink bottles
and a pen well, 24in (31cm). (1)
€70 - 120
874
AN EDWARDIAN INLAID MAHOGANY AND
SATINWOOD SIDE CUPBOARD,
the moulded cornice above a satinwood frieze,
inlaid with drapery and ribbon bows, above two
leaf inlaid satinwood spandrels, above a recessed
mirror plate, and two cupboard doors below, each
with a satinwood panel, inlaid with cherub ovals,
suspended by ribbon bows, bell flowers and
scrolling foliage, enclosing three shelves, on leaf
carved baluster legs, united by a stretcher shelf,
60in (153cm)h x 32in (81cm)w. (1)
€400 - 600
868
868
A FINE 19TH CENTURY EBONISED AND
BRASS INLAID CENTRE TABLE,
the rectangular top with bow shaped ends, the
centre inlaid in brass with a central urn issuing
leaf and flower sprays, above a conforming frieze
with one long drawer and similar inlay, on four
fluted brass mounted legs, united by an X shaped
stretcher, 50.5in (128cm)w 29in (45cm). (1)
€800 - 1200
869
A 19TH CENTURY MINIATURE GOTHIC STYLE
BRASS SKELETON CLOCK,
with single fusee movement and circular silverised
dial with Roman numerals, on an oval wooden base,
9.5in (24cm)h, under an associated circular glass
dome. (1)
€500 - 800
870
A LATE VICTORIAN BRASS AND YELLOW
GLASS OIL LAMP,
with relief moulded glass reservoir, supporting an
etched glass shade, of octagonal flared form, 27in
(69cm)h. (1)
€100 - 200
871
F.S.D. (20TH/21ST CENTURY),
a cold painted bronze figure of a bird, signed with
initials F.S.D. and dated ‘99, 3/9, on circular base,
7in (18cm)h x 9.5in (24cm)w. (1)
€250 - 350
875
875
A FRENCH PROVINCIAL OAK LOUIS XV
ARMOIRE,
c.1775, the moulded cornice above a leaf carved
frieze and two double panel doors below, of
asymmetrical form, each separated with a carved
centre panel, in the form of scrolling foliage,
crossed quiver trophies and ribbon bows, above a
shaped apron, on short cabriole legs with scrolls,
86in (219cm)h x 53in (135cm)w. (1)
Provenance: Sotheby’s Syon House Sale May ‘97
Lot 86.
€1500 - 2000
872
A LATE VICTORIAN BRASS OIL LAMP,
with dark red glass baluster stem, supporting a
moulded opaline glass reservoir, converted for
electricity, 22.5in (57cm). (1)
€80 - 120
86
876
A 19TH CENTURY AMERICAN MARQUETRY
INLAID DROP DIAL WALL CLOCK,
with circular painted dial and Roman numerals,
inside a serpentine shaped circular frame, with a
pendulum aperture, on scroll moulded base, 33in
(84cm)h x 17in (44cm). (1)
€200 - 250
878
A VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD AND MOTHER O’
PEARL INLAID DROP DIAL WALL CLOCK,
with single fusee movement, by George Drane
London, the painted dial with Roman numerals
above a glazed aperture, 20.5in (52cm)h x 15in
(38cm). (1)
€150 - 250
877
AN INLAID WALNUT AMERICAN DROP DIAL
WALL CLOCK,
19th century, the circular painted dial with Roman
numerals, inside a serpentine shaped circular
frame, above a pendulum aperture with four glazed
roundels, on a double scroll base, 33in (84cm)h x
16in (41cm). (1)
€150 - 250
879
WELLS (20TH/21ST CENTURY), Small Hamlet
by a Canal, 9.5in (24cm)h x 14in (36cm), and
its companion a similar subject with mill wheel,
11.25in (29cm)h x 17.25in (44cm), both signed
lower left. (2)
€80 - 150
880
H. JARMAN (19TH.20TH CENTURY), Figure by a
Small Hamlet, O.O.C., signed lower right and dated
1899, 9.5in (24cm)h x 13.5in (34cm). (1)
€180 - 250
881
SUSAN MORLEY (20TH/21ST CENTURY),
The Wave, O.O.C., signed lower left and indistinctly
dated, 12in (30cm)h x 38.5cm (99cm). (1)
TO BE SOLD ON BEHALF OF THE SCOOP
FOUNDATION REGISTERED IRISH CHARITY.
€500 - 700
882
882
EARLY 19TH CENTURY IRISH SCHOOL,
Portrait of James Malachy, game keeper Heywood
Ballynakill, according to an inscription verso, and
its companion, Sarah Malachy, Ballynakill, according
to inscription verso, both standing in a landscape
by a tree, he holding a clay pipe with game bag
strapped over his shoulder and she with a straw
hat holding a small bunch of flowers in a red dress,
O.O.C., both inscribed verso, 24in (60cm)h x
19.25in (49cm). (2)
€400 - 600
881
87
883
A HEAVY PERSIAN RUNNER,
the iron red and dark blue ground with diamond
centre medallions, and triple arched panels, 10ft2
(310cm) x 4ft1 (125cm). (1)
€150 - 200
887
888
A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY EIGHT DAY
LONGCASE CLOCK,
the arched and moulded pediment with three urn
finials, above a circular painted dial with Roman
numerals and subsidiary dial for seconds, above a
paneled trunk, with nicely figured door and panels,
flanked with reeded canted pilasters, on a moulded
and paneled box base with bracket feet, 86in
(218cm)h x 17in (44cm). (1)
€600 - 900
884
889
A MAHOGANY LADIES WORK TABLE,
Victorian, the rectangular top with rounded corners
above a frieze drawer on cylindrical upward
tapering stem and quatrefoil scroll pod, 26”
(66cms). (1)
€150 - 250
884
RUDOLF MARCUSE (GERMAN 1878-1929),
Sitzender Akt (seated nude), seated on square
three legged tall stool, gilt bronze, c. 1900, on a
triangular marble base, the foundry mark of Ges
Sladen Beck Berlin, 13.25in (33.5cm)h. (1)
€1000 - 1500
890
A SINGLE FUSEE BRACKET CLOCK, TIME
PIECE, MOVEMENT AND FACE,
the arched and painted dial with Roman numerals,
signed Birch and Gaydon 172 Fenchurch street
London, with pendulum, dial probably associated,
9.5in (24cm)h x 7in (18cm). (1)
€80 - 120
885
A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY SPINETTE,
by Collard & Collard London, with 41in (104cm)
key board and pierced rosewood back board,
raised on four turned legs, no. 3635, patent 44492,
72in (183cm). (1)
€200 - 300
886
A FINE 19TH CENTURY FRENCH VINEYARD
CLOCK,
by Dugas of Paris, in a square brass inlaid ebonized
case, with glazed front, the circular dial with Roman
numerals, and brass inlaid spandrels, striking on a
gong, 19in (49cm)sq. (1)
€200 - 300
891
887
AN ATTRACTIVE 19TH CENTURY OVAL
SERPENTINE SHAPED VINEYARD CLOCK,
by Tetard, with onyx dial and raised enamel Roman
numerals, within decorated panels, each within a
gilt metal cartouche shaped frame, 24in (62cm)h x
20in (51cm). (1)
€200 - 300
891
CRESWICK BOYDELL (ACT. 1889-1916),
Showery Day, with figures on village street, O.O.C.,
signed lower right, 19.25in (49cm)h x 29in (74cm).
(1)
€350 - 550
88
896
AN UNUSUAL NATURALLY FORMED CAVE
STALAGMITE CLUSTER,
16in (41cm)h x 24in (61cm). (1)
€350 - 450
892
A VERY ATTRACTIVE CASHMERE STYLE IVORY
GROUND RUG,
with tree of life design depicting birds, scrolling
flowers and other foliage, inside a dark blue border,
7ft5 (226cm) x 5ft1 (155cm). (1)
€150 - 250
893
CLARENCE HENRY ROE (1850-1909),
Extensive Highland Loch Landscape, with cattle
and sheep, O.O.C., signed lower right, 19in (48cm)h
x 29in (74cm). (1)
€400 - 600
894
A KASHMIR STYLE RUG,
with aster design, and four medallions on an ivory
ground, inside a blue border, 5ft5 (165cm) x 3ft9
(114cm). (1)
€100 - 200
897
897
SUSAN MORLEY (20TH/21ST CENTURY),
Skellig Michael, O.O.C., signed, also signed and
inscribed verso, dated 2012, 15.5in (40cm)h x
19.25in (49cm). (1)
TO BE SOLD ON BEHALF OF THE SCOOP
FOUNDATION REGISTERED IRISH CHARITY.
€500 - 700
898
AN IRON RED GROUND PERSIAN CARPET,
decorated with floral sprays, inside an ivory border,
12ft6in (381cm) x9ft 4 (284cm). (1)
€400 - 500
895
899
AN 18TH CENTURY EIGHT DAY BRASS FACED
LONGCASE CLOCK MOVEMENT,
by Jo Hamilton of Glasgow, the arched dial with
moon phases, above a silverized chapter ring with
Arabic and Roman numerals, around an engraved
brass centre, with subsidiary dials for seconds
and date, within ornate scroll spandrels, lacking
pendulum, weight, and case, 19in (48cm)h x 13in
(33cm). (1)
€200 - 300
895
A GEORGE III AND LATER INLAID MAHOGANY
DEMI LUNE SIDE TABLE,
the top inlaid with a central shell, issuing a
segmented fan design, with cross banded edge
and herringbone inlay, above a fluted frieze, on
square tapering moulded legs, 33.5in (85cm)h x
54in (138cm)w. (1)
€400 - 600
900
A LATE 19TH CENTURY BLACK FOREST
CARVED WOODEN BRACKET CUCKOO OR
MANTEL CLOCK,
with bellows and cuckoo automaton, the V roof
applied with foliage and surmounted with a bird,
above a central wooden dial with applied Roman
numerals, flanked to either side with scrolling
leaves, on a conforming carved base, 19in (48cm)h
x 12in (30cm). (1)
€150 - 200
896
89
907
WINE: Chile Errazuriz Don Maximiano Founders
Reserve, 1998, 6 bottles.
€130 - 180
901
A PAIR OF FRENCH MARQUETRY AND BRASS
MOUNTED PETITE COMMODES,
20th century, each with pierced three quarter brass
gallery, above three drawers applied with a centre
porcelain roundel, above a door formed with book
spine and raised on shaped cabriole legs, 26in
(66cm)h x 15.25in (39cm)w. (2)
€300 - 500
908
A GERMAN WALNUT CASED CHIMING
BRACKET CLOCK,
20th century, by Ungmans of Germany, the two
train movement striking on steel rods, the arched
dial, the silvered name chapter ring with Arabic
numerals and two subsidiary dials to the arch for
chime/silent and slow/fast, against gilt, under a
domed top and flanked to either side with turned
half round reeded pilasters on a rectangular
moulded base 17.5in (45cm)h x12.5in (32cm). (1)
€150 - 250
902
A GOOD QUALITY PERSIAN CARPET,
the burgundy ground with an all over floral pattern
and centred with a dark blue ivory and turquoise
medallion, with conforming spandrels and a wide
floral border, 11ft7 (353c) x 8ft8 (264cm). (1)
€400 - 500
903
A SHARBAS DESIGN CARPET,
with circular floral medallion, on an ivory ground
with floral sprays, inside a fawn border with smaller
bands, 9ft9 (297cm) x 6ft4 (193cm). (1)
€200 - 300
904
DON VAUGHAN (B.1916),
The Loggers, O.O.C., signed lower right, 23in
(59cm)h x 35.25in (90cm). (1)
€400 - 600
905
A HERIZ RUNNER,
with an ivory centre medallion, and other smaller
medallions, within stylized flowers, inside a double
border, 10ft10 (330cm) x 2ft10 (87cm). (1)
€100 - 200
909
909
A LATE 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY CASED
DOUBLE FUSEE DOMED TOP CHIMING
BRACKET CLOCK,
by Sir J. Bennett Ltd. 65 Cheapside London,
striking on five gongs, the domed top carved with a
centre mask above an ornate silverised dial chased
with leaf scrolls, and raised gilt Arabic numbers on
the chapter ring and two smaller dials to the arch
for chime/silent and fast/slow, flanked to either
side with a lion mask and a leaf carved caryatid
pilasters, on an inverted breakfront carved and
moulded base, 18.5in (47cm)h x 12in (30cm). (1)
€600 - 900
906
906
DON VAUGHAN (B. 1916),
River Landscape, depicting sheep grazing, O.O.C.,
signed lower right, 19in (48cm)h x 29in (74cm). (1)
€250 - 350
90
916
A GEORGE III PERIOD MAHOGANY
SECRETAIRE,
the rectangular moulded top above a drop front,
enclosing a fitted interior, with drawers, cupboard
and pigeon hole compartment, and three long and
two short drawers below, raised on bracket feet,
48.5in (124cm)h x 50in (127cm)w. (1)
€250 - 350
910
A VERY ATTRACTIVE FRENCH WHITE MARBLE
AND GILT BRASS PORTICO MANTEL CLOCK,
by P. Japy & Co., with outside count wheel, striking
on a steel bell, the pendulum with a classical
mask within a floral wreath, the top surmounted
with draped white marble urn with pineapple finial,
above a ribbon crest and a circular painted enamel
dial with Arabic numerals, the drum supported with
four brass mounted white marble columns, each
headed with a Corinthian capital with pineapple
finials, on a rectangular moulded white marble
base, with brass mounts and feet, 17in (43.25cm)h
x 7.5in (19cm). (1)
€400 - 600
917
A DARK RED GROUND TRIBAL RUG,
with hexagonal centre medallion, dark blue
spandrels, cruciform medallions, animals and birds,
inside a wide border, 7ft11 (241cm) x 5ft 3
(160cm). (1)
€250 - 350
911
A MAHOGANY WASHSTAND,
Regency period, by Gillow of Lancaster, stamped
‘Gillow’, the marble top with a three-quarter gallery
above a central frieze drawer and two mock
drawers raised on turned and tapering reeded legs,
48” (122cms)w. (1)
€150 - 250
918
DON VAUGHAN (B.1916),
Gathering the Corn, extensive river landscape with
figures and animals, O.O.C., signed lower right, 19in
(48cm)h x 29in (74cm). (1)
€300 - 400
912
A MAHOGANY TOILET MIRROR,
early Victorian, the arched plate above a
rectangular platform base with bun feet, 26”
(66cms). (1)
€30 - 40
919
A LARGE KASHMIR STYLE RUG,
with shalosh medallion stylet, with centre circular
ivory medallion, on a dark blue ground, with all over
scrolling flowers, inside a conforming ivory border,
9ft9 (287cm) x 6ft4 (193cm). (1)
€200 - 300
913
A HEAVY OAK AND EBONISED CUPBOARD,
in the 17th Century style, the rectangular dentil
moulded top above two frieze drawers flanked to
either side with ebonised vase shaped ornament,
above two conforming panel doors enclosing three
long drawers on bracket feet, 35.5in x 38in (90cm
x 97cm). (1)
€100 - 200
914
A HEAVY POLISHED BLACK LIME STONE AND
ROUGE MARBLE CLOCK GARNITURE,
by A.D. Mougin, with outside count wheel, the
circular two stage dial with Arabic numerals in a
circular rouge marble drum, above a glazed door
showing a double chamber mercury pendulum, and
flanked to either side with two classical figures
and two ornate handles, on a heavy rectangular
moulded plinth with front scroll legs, 21in (54cm)
h x 17in (43cm); together with a pair of matching
Tazzi, 12in (31cm). (3)
€300 - 400
920
CIRCLE OF JAMES ARTHUR O’CONNOR (17921841),
Figures Resting by a Woodland Path with Cattle
and Sheep, O.O.C., 17.25in (44cm)h x 23.5in
(59.9cm). (1)
€350 - 450
921
AN ATTRACTIVE IVORY GROUND KASHMIR
TYPE RUNNER,
with nine square medallions, each with a different
design, mostly flowers, inside an ivory border, 9ft8in
(294cm) x 2ft6 ( 76cm). (1)
€100 - 200
922
WINE: Chile Sena Vina Errazuriz 1995, 6 bottles.
€150 - 200
923
E.F. HOLT (BRITISH 19TH/20TH CENTURY),
With the Farrier, and its companion The Farrier at
Work, a pair, O.O.C., both signed and dated 1898,
16in (41cm)h x 21.5in (60cm). (2)
€300 - 500
915
A SMALL INLAID OAK BALLOON SHAPED TIME
PIECE,
with circular enamel dial with Roman numerals, on
rectangular moulded base, 9in (23cm). (1)
€50 - 70
91
930
A NEST OF FOUR BRASS INLAID AND BRASS
MOUNTED OCCASIONAL TABLES,
in the George III style with rectangular graduating
tops, and raised on turned supports with down
turned legs, the largest 29in (74cm)h x 20.5in
(52cm)w. (1)
€300 - 500
924
J. VICKERS (19TH/20TH CENTURY),
Extensive Summer Landscape, O.O.C., signed lower
left, 14.5in (37cm)h x 19.5in (50c). (1)
€200 - 300
925
A VERY GOOD VICTORIAN CARVED WALNUT
SUITE OF SEAT FURNITURE,
with triple panel button back, the arched centre
with scroll crest, flanked to either side with two
larger oval panels, above a serpentine fronted
button seat, flanked to either side with padded
elbow rests and scroll arm terminals, raised on
cabriole legs; together with a matching armchair;
and a matching low nursing chair. (3)
€1000 - 1500
931
A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY OVAL GILT AND
GESSO GIRANDOLES, each crested with a scroll
cartouche, issuing scrolling foliage, on a bead
moulded frame with three candle arms, above a
leaf and fruit terminal, 43.5in (110cm)h x 25in
(63cm)w. (2)
€1000 - 1500
932
PETER A. KOTKA (B.1951),
The Hay Cart, and its companion Picking Wild
Flowers by a Stream, O.O.B., oval pair, both signed,
14in (36cm)h x 10.5in (27cm). (2)
€250 - 350
926
A VICTORIAN CARVED WALNUT BALLOON
BACK ARMCHAIR,
the back crested with flowers and foliage and a
centre cartouche, above a button padded panel
and flanked two shaped arms with scroll terminals,
above a serpentine fronted seat, on flower carved
cabriole legs, covered in attractive blue fabric, and
a smaller matching nursing chair. (2)
€400 - 600
927
A FINE EARLY 19TH CENTURY SATINWOOD
AND ROSEWOOD BANDED BRASS BOUND
CABINET ON STAND,
the top with two satin wood doors, and ornate
brass strap work hinges and lock plates, the
interior enclosing an arrangement of nine drawers
including two lockable security drawers, each with
unusual lock plates, on a mahogany and satinwood
stand, with four square chamfered tapering legs
and with pierced spandrels, 59.5in (151cm)h x
36in (91cm)w. (1)
€1000 - 1500
928
AN 18TH CENTURY WALNUT AND CROSS
BANDED CHEST ON STAND,
the moulded top above an arrangement of three
long and two short drawers, raised on a moulded
stand, probably associated with four cabriole legs
and pad feet, 60in (152cm)h x41.5in (105cm). (1)
€500 - 800
929
A GEORGE IV PERIOD MAHOGANY AND
EBONY STRUNG FOUR TIER WHAT NOT,
with reading slope, the hinged top with a folding
bookcase and an adjustable ratchet support, above
three shelves, each with a drawer and a vacant
shelf below, raised on turned supports and legs,
43in (110cm)h x 18in (46cm). (1)
€350 - 550
927
92
934
WILLIAM ROWLAND (19TH CENTURY BRITISH),
a set of four coaching scenes, each O.O.P., all
signed, 5.5in (14cm)h x 11.5in (9.5cm). (4)
€1000 - 1500
935
A FINE QUALITY PERSIAN SILK PRAYER RUG,
the fawn ground with floral Burgundy spandrels,
the centre with two birds perched on three
branches, above a vase of flowers and two further
birds below, inside a floral salmon border and two
smaller bands, 25in (64cm)h x 15.5in (40cm). (1)
€200 - 300
933
936
A LATE VICTORIAN BRASS OIL LAMP,
with pink decorated glass reservoir, supporting a
cranberry glass shade, 28.5in (73cm)h. (1)
€150 - 250
933
GEORGE TURNER (1843-1910),
A View of Barrow-on-Trent from Near Stanton-byBridge, O.O.P., signed, inscribed and dated 1887
verso, 8.5in (21cm)h x 12in (30cm). (1)
€700 - 900
937
AFTER RAPHAEL,
Madonna Del Cite, oval miniature on porcelain,
2.25in (5.5cm); together with another oval
miniature portrait, 20th century and a small oval gilt
mirror, modern. (3)
€100 - 150
938
A BRONZED CERAMIC TABLE LAMP, in the
Tiffany style, with leaded colour glass shade, 24in
(61cm). (1)
€80 - 150
939
A GEORGE III PERIOD MAHOGANY SLOPE
FRONT BUREAU,
the front opening to reveal a fitted interior with
secret compartments, drawers, cupboard and
pigeon holes, above three long and two short
drawers on bracket feet, 42in (107cm). (1)
€250 - 350
940
A GOOD PAIR OF GEORGE III PERIOD
MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS,
each with a shaped top rail, above a Gothic style
pierced splat, above a drop in seat on front square
chamfered legs. (2)
€180 - 250
941
A GEORGE IV PERIOD MAHOGANY CHEST,
with four long graduating drawers and raised on
turned legs, 36in (92cm)w. (1)
€250 - 350
934 (set of 4)
93
947
JOHN MORRIS (B. 1958),
Summer in Ballybunion, O.O.B., 18in (45.75cm) x
18in (45.75cm). (1)
€400 - 600
942
AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY EIGHT
DAY LONG CASE CLOCK,
by John Chambley of W’ton, the arched top with
three brass urn finials, the arched brass dial with a
crested silverised roundel to the arch, crested with
a double headed eagle, within dolphin spandrels
and a circular silverised chapter ring, with Arabic
and Roman numerals, engraved centre with
subsidiary dial for seconds and an arched date
aperture, within a glazed door with turned pilasters,
the paneled trunk with an arched and flame
mahogany door within reeded pilasters on a cross
banded moulded box base, 88in (225cm)h x 18in
(46cm)w. (1)
€800 - 1500
948
A KILLARNEY YEW WOOD AND marquetry
DAVENPORT,
19th century, the triple arched back inlaid with
a thatched cottage, inside shamrock sprays, the
slope top inlaid with shamrocks, thistles, and roses,
within two checkered bands; opening to reveal a
fitted interior with drawers and pigeon holes, and
the underside of the slope with a central harp
inside shamrock sprays and a satinwood band
with shamrock thistle and leaf sprays;1 raised on a
single pedestal with similar inlay depicting bridges
over rivers, inside conforming bands, and two
octagonal inlaid columns, flanking two doors, each
inlaid with a different abbey ruin, under an arched
panel, enclosing five inlaid drawers on an inverted
breakfront moulded base, 45in (114cm)h x 25.5in
(65cm)w x 26in (66cm)d. (1)
€5000 - 6000
943
A CIRCULAR PAINTED LONG CASE CLOCK
DIAL AND MOVEMENT,
by Donegan of Dublin, with circular painted dial,
signed by Donegan of Dublin, adapted, with single
fusee movement, 12in (31cm). (1)
€80 - 150
944
A VICTORIAN STAFFORDSHIRE
TUREEN,
modelled with a hen on a nest,
9in (22cm); a small Staffordshire
model of a seated cat, 8in (20cm);
together with two porcelain doves;
two porcelain mustache cups and
other miscellaneous ceramics.
(a lot)
€50 - 80
945
AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY
PAINTED LONG CASE CLOCK
MOVEMENT AND FACE,
by William Barber of Mullingar, the
dial with Arabic numerals, signed,
and a subsidiary dial for seconds,
the arch painted with a woman in
a landscape holding a garland of
flowers, lacking pendulum, hands
and case, 19in (49cm)h x 13.5in
(34cm). (1)
€100 - 200
946
A LARGE GILT OVERMANTEL,
19th Century, the moulded
frame with half round pilasters
applied with floral swags, under a
conforming top rail, (distressed)
approx. 59”h x 70”w (150cms x
178cms). (1)
€100 - 150
948
94
952
AN EIGHT DAY MAHOGANY LONGCASE
CLOCK,
19th century, by Robert Knox of Beith the swan
neck pediment with brass roundels and a centre
ball and eagle finial, the arched brass dial signed
on a roundel to the arch, and flanked to either side
with stylized dolphin spandrels, and a brass chapter
ring with Roman and Arabic numerals, a silverised
subsidiary dial for seconds and a date aperture,
inside an arched and glazed door, flanked to either
side with a column, above an arched trunk door on
moulded box base, 83in (211cm)h x 20in (51cm)
w. (1)
€500 - 800
949
AN OLD ANCHOR MODEL SHIPS LANTERN,
with metal swing handle, 21.5in (54cm). (1)
€40 - 60
950
AN EXCEPTIONAL PAIR OF LARGE HEAVY
RECTANGULAR GREEN MARBLE TABLE TOPS,
with speckled grain, each 22.25in (56.5cm)d x 50in
(127cm)w x 2in (5.3cm)th. (2)
€1000 - 1500
953
A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY LONGCASE
CLOCK,
with rope moulded arched top above a circular
painted dial with Roman numerals, and a subsidiary
dial for seconds, above an arched and rosewood
banded trunk door, on a moulded box base, 76in
(193cm)h x 17.5in (45cm). (1)
€400 - 600
954
WINE: California Beringer Cabernet Sauvignon
1986 Private Reserve, 2 bottles. (2)
€150 - 200
955
A FINE 19TH CENTURY INLAID WALNUT AND
EBONISED WALL CLOCK,
the shaped inlaid and moulded pediment with a
central urn finial above an arched and glazed door
with two stage enamel dial, with Roman numerals,
supporting a brass pendulum and a brass weight,
the door flanked to either side with two inlaid
pilasters and a carved capital, the terminal of
rectangular tapering form with urn finials, 47in
(120cm) x 13.25in (34cm). (10
€1000 - 1200
956
A GEORGE III PERIOD INLAID MAHOGANY
SERPENTINE FRONTED KNIFE BOX,
with slope top and slotted interior, 15.5in (40cm)h
x 9in (23cm). (1)
€250 - 300
951
957
A CIRCULAR MAHOGANY OCCASIONAL TABLE,
raised on four moulded cabriole legs, 24in (61cm).
(1)
€200 - 220
951
A LOUIS XV PROVINCIAL OAK ARMOIRE,
with tongue and dart moulded three stage arched
cornice, above a circular conforming roundel,
above two carved doors, each with three shaped
and moulded panels, inside a ribbon moulded
border, opening to reveal a vacant interior, now with
hanging bars and raised on front scroll legs, 97in
(247cm)h x 57in (145cm). (1)
€800 - 1500
95
962
A BRASS SILVER PLATED AND PAINTED
NOVELTY VESTA CASE,
modelled as the head of Charles Dickens’ character
Ally Soper, 2.25in (6cm). (1)
€200 - 220
958
A MAHOGANY WING BACK LIBRARY
ARMCHAIR,
with padded back sides and cushion seat, raised on
front cabriole legs, with ball and claw feet, covered
in attractive ivory self print fabric. (1)
€850 - 900
963
A VICTORIAN PARIAN GROUP,
modelled with an Austrian hunter holding a deer,
with belted pistol and a seated hound, 7.75in
(20cm). (1)
€200 - 250
959
A SET OF EIGHT (6+2) GOOD QUALITY
CARVED CHIPPENDALE STYLE MAHOGANY
DINING CHAIRS,
each with leaf carved top rail above an ornate leaf
carved pierced splat, with two C scrolls, above a
drop-in seat, raised on leaf carved cabriole legs, on
ball and claw feet. (8)
€3800 - 4200
964
A VICTORIAN WALNUT ARMCHAIR,
the top crested with an anthemion above a lime
green button back and padded elbow rests, and
carved lion mask arm terminals, on turned legs;
together with a matching ladies nursing chair. (2)
€550 - 600
960
A PAIR OF EARLY VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD
CHAIRS,
each with a leaf moulded and scroll back and a
conforming cross rail, above a padded seat, on
leaf capped front turned legs, covered in attractive
yellow fabric. (2)
€200 - 250
965
A VICTORIAN WALNUT SIDE TABLE,
the rectangular top with rounded corners, and
frieze drawer, raised on four spiral reeded supports,
on turned legs, united by a turned stretcher shelf,
30in (76cm)w. (1)
€400 - 450
961
A VICTORIAN HORSE SHOE SHAPED
MAHOGANY DESK CHAIR,
with upholstered top above a carved lyre shaped
splat, on turned tapering front reeded legs, covered
in salmon fabric. (1)
€400 - 450
966
A SILK WOVEN STEVENGRAPH,
depicting a hunting scene, The Meet, 2in (5cm)h x
6in (15cm). (1)
€120 - 130
959
96
969
WINE: RHONE RED
Chateauneuf du Pape Beaucastel 1981, 2 bottles.
€180 - 220
967
LILIAN PACKER, (20TH CENTURY),
oval portrait with gentleman on ivory, 3.25in (8cm).
(1)
€250 - 280
970
WINE: RHONE RED
Hermitage Domaine Jean Louis Chave 1981, 2
bottles.
€160 - 200
968
WINE: BORDEAUX
Chateaux Grand Puy Ducasse 1998 5 eme Cru
Classe Pauillac , 12 bottles.
€730 - 800
971
A VICTORIAN CALAMANDER AND BRASS
OVERLAID JEWELRY CASKET,
the top inset with a serve style plaque,
depicting a cherub, 11in (28cm). (1)
€60 - 90
972
MODERN IRISH SCHOOL,
Extensive Mountainous Lake Scene, probably
Killarney, indistinctly signed lower right, 19.5in
(50cm)h x 3.5in (60cm); together with a
coloured print, The Starting Post, after Jack B.
Yeats, framed. (2)
€60 - 120
973
A SET OF FOUR MODERN COLOURED
HUNTING PRINTS,
Meeting at Cover, Breaking Cover, Full Cry and
The Death, 11in (28cm)h x 34in (87cm). (4)
€80 - 120
974
A CUALA PRESS HAND COLOURED PRINT,
The Rose Tree, after a drawing by Harry
Kernoff R.H.A., 6in (15cm)sq. (1)
€60 - 120
975
A VERY FINE 19TH CENTURY FRENCH
BOULLE BRACKET CLOCK,
the top surmounted with a classical figure
above a shell, flanked with a stylized dolphin
to either side in gilt bronze, on a two stage
rectangular top, the arched case crested with
a female mask, with a very ornate brass dial,
with raised cartouche shaped enamel Roman
numerals, the centre dial chased with scrolling
foliage and a sunburst mask in relief, the
glazed door applied with a Medusa mask and
leaf corona, and a cast brass frame, and a sun
burst mask brass pendulum, on ornate brass
leaf cast legs with bun feet, centred with a
shell and two stylized dolphins, 41in (104cm)h
x 18in (46cm). (1)
€2000 - 3000
975
97
976
A VERY RARE 18TH CENTURY
RED CHINOISERIE LAQUERED
LONG CASE CLOCK,
by James Defontaine of London,
c.1735, the attractive arched brass
dial signed in the arch on a silverised
panel, the panel crested with a
crown and two classical figures and
flanked to either side with cherub,
above a silverised chapter ring with
Roman and Arabic numerals and
subsidiary dial for seconds and a
date aperture, under a rectangular
domed top with brass ball finials,
the arched and glazed hood door
flanked with two brass mounted
columns, eight day movement with
inside locking plate and striking
movement, the trunk door, decorated
in the Chinoiserie style with figures,
pagodas, birds and butterflies, on
a conforming moulded box base
standing on a box base, 94.5in
(240cm)h x 17in (43cm). (1)
Note: According to a note inside
the trunk door, this clock is
recorded in the Albert collection in
the British Museum.
€3000 - 4000
977
AN EIGHT DAY INLAID
MAHOGANY LONG CASE 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, 82.5in (210cm)h x 19.5i
(50cm). (1)
€700 - 1100
977
976
98
987
A VICTORIAN WALNUT WASH STAND,
probably American, with three long paneled
drawers with carved wooden handles, under a
white marble top, and a concealed drawer to the
plinth, with front rounded corners, 46in (117cm)w
and another small washstand. (1)
€30 - 50
978
A SMALL VICTORIAN TRUSCAN STYLE TOILET
BASIN AND EWER,
with mythological figures in transfer, the ewer
8.25in (21cm). (2)
€100 - 150
979
AN UNUSUAL VICTORIAN PIANO STOOL,
with circular padded seat, on a baluster turned
stem, raised on three cast iron cabriole legs. (1)
€100 - 200
988
AN OVAL WALNUT OCCASIONAL TABLE,
late 19th century, with white marble top, raised on
a shaped stem and quadruple pod, 21in (54cm)
w. (1)
€80 - 120
980
A HEAVY PAINTED CAST IRON ROYAL IRISH
CONSTABULARY WALL PLAQUE,
with central harp and Shamrock sprays, under a
crown crest, 15in (29cm)h x 9.5in (24cm). (1)
€100 - 200
989
A HEAVY VICTORIAN CAST IRON HALL STAND,
the hooks in the form of stylized griffin’s (one
missing), on a narrow stem with central spiral
reeded bar, on a lyre shaped open work panel,
surmounted with grotesque bird masks, on a
rectangular moulded base, 71in (180cm)h x 20in
(51cm). (1)
€80 - 150
981
AN OLD BLACK POLICE CAPE,
with silver plated buttons and metal clasp in the
form of two shamrocks, serial no. 20562. (1)
€80 - 120
990
AN ART NOUVEAU ARCHED TOP WALNUT
CHEVAL FIRE SCREEN,
the centre inlaid marquetry panel depicting
Conneamara landscape with cottages, inscribed
and signed McDonnell, 26in (66cm)h x 18in
(46cm)w. (1)
€70 - 120
982
A WALNUT CASED DROP DIAL WALL CLOCK,
19th century, distressed. (1)
€70 - 80
983
A REGENCY PERIOD GILT SIX COMPARTMENT
OVERMANTEL MIRROR,
with inverted breakfront ball moulded cornice,
on two moulded pilasters, 28in (71cm)h x 56.5in
(144cm)w. (1)
€350 - 450
991
WINE: California Tablas Creek 1997 Paso Robles
6 bottles.
€120 - 180
984
A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY PEAR SHAPED GILT
AND GESSO GIRANDOLES,
each crested with a flower and ribbon bow, in a leaf
and floral moulded frame, issuing two candle arms,
as is, 29in (7cm)h x 1in (36cm). (1)
€250 - 350
992
A 19TH CENTURY WAG-ON-THE-WALL CLOCK,
or Postman’s clock, by T. Firderer of Birmingham,
with circular painted dial, with Roman and Arabic
numerals, 15.5in (39cm)w. (1)
€80 - 150
993
A LONG CASE BRASS DIAL,
with arched top, the chapter ring with Roman
and Arabic numerals and strike silent dial to the
arch and a subsidiary dial for seconds with date
aperture, 16.25in (41cm)h x 12in (30cm); together
with another square brass long case clock face,
with the inscribtion H.N. Hall, 12.n (32cm)sq. (2)
€80 - 120
985
A MAHOGANY HANGING WALL CABINET,
in the Georgian style with pierced divided pediment,
above an astragal glazed door, 36in (92cm)h x
16.5in (42cm). (1)
€80 - 120
986
A LATE REGENCY PERIOD BOW FRONTED
MAHOGANY CHEST,
with four long graduating drawers and raised
on unusual bracket feet, 43in (110cm)h x 42in
(107cm)w. (1)
€350 - 450
99
1001
AN IRISH CUSTOMS OFFICER’S SWORD,
with brass stirrup hilt, and pipe backed single
edge blade, and snake skin grip, the crown crest
with anchor within a circle and stamped customs
both sides, under a crown, the slightly curved steel
blade, 30in (76cm), the brass mounted leather
scabbard stamped W.M & J.N Rigby Dublin, 35in
(89cm)overall. (1)
€1500 - 1700
994
A 19TH CENTURY LONGCASE CLOCK
MOVEMENT AND DIAL,
the painted dial with Roman numerals, striking on a
steel bell, 12in (31cm)w. (1)
€80 - 100
995
A COLLECTION OF LONGCASE CLOCK DIALS
AND BRIDGE BOARDS,
one arched top brass dial by William Dickey of
Dunfermline, signed in the arch with Roman and
Arabic numerals and subsidiary dial for seconds
and a date aperture, 16.5in (42cm)h x 12.25in
(30.5cm); together with another similar signed in
the arch by Joseph Gordon of Paisley, with Arabic
and Roman numerals, 16.5in (42cm)h x 12.25in
(30.5cm); a painted arch top dial, signed William
Ross of Cork, the painted dial with Roman and
Arabic numerals, signed in the arch with subsidiary
dial for seconds and date aperture, 16.5in (42cm)h
x 12in (31cm); a small square brass dial, by Joseph
Simpson of Wigton, with date aperture, the chapter
ring with Roman and Arabic numerals, signed and
chased centre panel, the spandrel in the form
of the four seasons, 12.25in (31cm)sq; and two
bridge boards. (a lot)
€100 - 200
1002
A HEAVY CAST BRASS CANNON,
with triple ring barrel, on a heavy cast iron carriage,
with iron wheels, 19in 48cm) overall. (1)
€150 - 200
1003
A MOTHER O’ PEARL INLAID MAHOGANY
DROP DIAL WALNUT CLOCK CASE,
with octagonal frame and brass bezel, approx 32in
(82cm)h x 17in (43cm)w. (1)
€40 - 60
1004
AN ATTRACTIVE VICTORIAN MAHOGANY
BALLOON BACK ARMCHAIR,
the moulded frame around a button back and
serpentine fronted seat, the elbow rests with
moulded scroll terminals and raised on moulded
cabriole legs, covered in attractive rust fabric. (1)
€300 - 400
996
A HEAVY VICTORIAN CAST IRON DOOR STOP,
modelled with punch and dog, 12.5in (32cm). (1)
€70 - 90
1005
EIGHTEENTH CENTURY CONTINENTAL
SCHOOL,
A Military Skirmish, O.O.C., 17.25in(44cm)h x 24.5in
(63cm), in gilt frame. (1)
€600 - 800
997
A FOLDOVER MAHOGANY TEA TABLE,
19th century with rectangular top with square
tapering legs, 33.25in (85cm).(1)
€70 - 90
998
A GEORGE III PERIOD MAHOGANY DROP LEAF
PEMBROKE TABLE,
woth boat flaps flanking a frieze drawer, on square
moulded legs, 36in (92cm)w. (1)
€70 - 90
999
AN OLD SILVER MOUNTED HANDSTICK. (1)
€70 - 90
1000
WINE: RHONE WHITE
Chateauneuf du Pape Beaucastel 1994 5 bottles.
€180 - 250
1005
100
1006
NINETEENTH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL,
Sheep and Lamb on a Hillside, O.O.C., as is, 20in
(51cm)h x 17in (44cm). (1)
€70 - 90
1007
ATTRIBUTED TO CECILIA NAIRN (1791-1857),
Near the Gap of Dunloe, W.C., 9.5in (24cm)h x
15in (38cm). (1)
€100 - 200
1008
A DOUBLE FUSEE BRACKET OR LONG CASE
CLOCK MOVEMENT AND DIAL,
with verge escapement by Booth of Dublin, the
circular chapter ring with Roman and Arabic
numerals and central engraved gilt brass panel,
11in (28cm)h x 10.25n (25.5cm)w. (1)
€150 - 250
1009
A MAHOGANY EIGHT DAY LONG CASE CLOCK,
by Joseph Foster of Exchange Alley, the plain
moulded top above a square brass dial and
silverised chapter ring with Roman and Arabic
numerals, a subsidiary dial for seconds and
with date aperture, surrounded by cherub mask
spandrels, the glazed door flanked with two plain
turned columns, above a plain long trunk door,
on moulded back base, 77.5in (197cm)h x 17in
(43cm). (1)
€700 - 1100
1010
Wine: CHATEAU DE BEAUCASTEL,
Chateauneuf du Pape, six bottles. (6)
€200 - 250
1011
EIGHTEENTH CENTURY ITALIAN SHCOOL,
The Penitent Magdalene, 12in (31cm)h x 15.25in
(39cm)w. (1)
€100 - 150
1012
WINE: CHATEAU DE BEAUCASTEL,
Chateauneuf du Pape, six bottles, (6)
€200 - 250
1009
101
1016
1015
102
1017
1013
DEIRDRE O’ DONNELL,
Going to Mass Ballyferriter, Dingle Co. Kerry,
O.O.B., 11.5in (29cm)h x 7.5in (19cm); together
with another Kerry coastal scene by the same
hand, both framed. (2)
€60 - 90
1017
MARGO BANKS (20TH/21ST CENTURY),
Bumble and the Hare, charcoal and acrylic, signed
and inscribed, 27.75in (70cm)h x 39in (99cm)w. (1)
TO BE SOLD ON BEHALF OF THE SCOOP
FOUNDATION REGISTERED IRISH CHARITY.
€900 - 1200
1014
AN OLD SHIP’S CABIN WASH STAND,
with drop front and cupboard door, as is, 38in
(96cm)h x 20in (51cm)w. (1)
€50 - 70
1018
A HERIZ CARPET,
with centre floral medallion, on a burgundy floral
ground within ivory, green and red spandrels, inside
a wide red floral border, 12ft (366cm) x 9ft
(271cm). (1)
€450 - 600
1015
A FINE LARGE 19TH CENTURY INLAID AND
CROSS BANDED MAHOGANY LONG CASE
CLOCK,
of large proportions, by J. Ford Birmingham, the
swan neck pediment above an arched and painted
dial with Roman numerals, subsidiary dial for
seconds and a date dial, the spandrels painted with
figures emblematic of the seasons, the arch with
an automaton depicting two figures on a stage,
flanked to either side with a half spiral reeded and
turned column with Corinthian capital, and a triple
arched trunk door below, cross banded in rosewood
and flanked to either side with conforming columns,
raised on a large moulded cross banded box base
with rectangular plinth, 100in (253cm)h x 22in
(56cm). (1)
€1200 - 1800
1019
AN IVORY GROUND KASHMIR STYLE RUG,
with centre floral medallion, on an ivory ground with
scrolling flowers, and fawn spandrels, 5ft8 (173cm)
x 3ft10 (117cm). (1)
€100 - 200
1020
A DARK BLUE GROUND PERSIAN RUNNER,
with stylized floral field and three medallions,
beside two red and one ivory borders, 10ft 6
(320cm) x 3ft6 (107cm). (1)
€200 - 300
1021
A SEMI ANTIQUE PERSIAN RUG,
the ivory ground decorated with all over stylized
flowers, inside a pink floral border and two dark
blue bands, 5ft9in (175cm) x 4ft2 (126cm). (1)
€200 - 300
1016
A RARE IRISH 19TH CENTURY INLAID
MAHOGANY LONG CASE CLOCK,
of small proportions, with eight day movement, and
a circular painted dial with Roman numerals, the
painted dial signed Robert Parsons Limerick and
subsidiary dial for seconds, above an arched date
aperture, the swan neck pediment with central
urn and brass roundels, above a glazed door and
a brass mounted fluted column to either side, the
trunk with canted corners and inlaid door on a
moulded box base with bracket feet, 79in (202cm)
h x 19.5in (49cm). (1)
€1000 - 1500
1022
MARGO BANKS (20TH/21ST CENTURY),
Return to the Woods, charcoal and acrylic, signed,
27in (69cm)h x 39in (99cm). (1)
TO BE SOLD ON BEHALF OF THE SCOOP
FOUNDATION REGISTERED IRISH CHARITY.
€900 - 1200
103
1023
A VERY GOOD MONTH GOING MAHOGANY LONGCASE CLOCK,
by Francis Gregg of London, 18th century, the arched brass dial with
silverised chapter ring with subsidiary dial for seconds and a date
aperture,the arch with a further dial with moon phase aperture, within
fine gilt brass scrolling spandrels, each with central female mask, the
shaped top with two mahogany urn finials the hood flanked with two half
fluted and brass reeded pilasters with brass capitals, over an arched and
trunk door, inside a moulded band, quarter round fluted and half reeded
pilasters, with brass capital and base, on a conforming moulded and
paneled box base with shaped plinth, 94in (238cm)h x 20in (51cm). (1)
€3000 - 4000
1024
A COLLECTION OF FIVE VARIOUS BRASS CLOCK PENDULUMS,
including one with sunburst roundel, another for a double fusee
movement bracket clock, a brass bell shaped pendulum, and two others.
(5)
€70 - 90
1025
A REGENCY STYLE MAHOGANY DINING ROOM TABLE,
O.R.M., with one spare leaf, and D shaped ends, raised on twin tri-pods,
with brass lion paw castors, 7ft2 (219cm)l est. x 42in (107cm)w. (1)
€100 - 200
1026
A LARGE AFGHAN RUG,
with iron red field and three diamond shaped medallions, inside a red and
ivory triple band border, 9ft (274cm) x 5ft3 (160cm). (1)
€200 - 300
1027
NINETEENTH CENTURY IRISH SCHOOL,
A Three Mast British Gun Ship in a Harbour, possibly Cork, depicting
figures being ferried in a rowing boat in foreground, sepia W.C., 13in
(34cm)h x 21in (53cm)w. (1)
€150 - 200
1028
A MODERN STILL LIFE,
Books, a Candle and a Pipe on a Table, 12.5in (32cm)h x 15.5in (40cm);
together with two small modern Irish school pictures, an abstract and
the other with figures in a Currach and another picture by M. Kulesza
depicting three ponies; together with a small Italian canal scene, with
figures by a gondola, O.O.B., 9.5in (24cm)h x 15in (38cm). (5)
€70 - 90
1029
AN OVAL INLAID MAHOGANY SWING FRAME DRESSING TABLE
MIRROR,
of large proportions, the oval plate on two scroll supports with a bow
fronted base and three drawers, on lion ball and claw feet, 32in (81cm)
w. (1)
€100 - 200
1023
1030
A SMALL PIER MIRROR,
with reeded pilasters, each headed with flower head, under a moulded
cornice, 28in (71cm)h x 22.5in (57cm). (1)
€80 - 120
104
1040
AN ATTRACTIVE PERSIAN CARPET,
with a dark blue ground with all over stylized floral
pattern, inside a wide iron red border with smaller
bands, 9ft6 (289cm) x 6ft11 (211cm). (1)
€300 - 400
1031
A 19TH CENTURY GILT PIER MIRROR,
with bead and gadroon moulded frame, 31in
(79cm)h x 20in (51cm). (1)
€100 - 200
1032
AN OVAL GEORGIAN MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE,
with frieze drawer, raised on square tapering legs,
united by a stretcher, 29.5in (76cm). (1)
€80 - 150
1041
TWO VERGE LONG CASE CLOCK MOVEMENTS,
on bridge boards. (2)
€100 - 150
1042
A GOOD SQUARE LONG CASE BRASS DIAL
AND MOVEMENT, with steel bell by Will Maddock
of Waterford, with Arabic and Roman numerals, on
a silverised chapeter ring and subsidiary dial for
seconds and date aperture, 13.25in (34cm)sq. (1)
€250 - 350
1033
A BRASS CORINTHIAN COLUMN OIL LAMP,
with relief moulded lime green glass reservoir and
opaline glass shade, 30.5in (77cm)h. (1)
€150 - 250
1034
OSTEND,
a 19th century still life, Fruit on Table, W.C., signed
and dated 1890, 9in (23cm)h x 13in (33cm). (1)
€80 - 100
1043
A VERY ATTRACTIVE LARGE PERSIAN STYLE
CARPET,
with large floral central medallion, on a dark blue
ground, and conforming ivory and red spandrels,
inside a conforming red floral border, within six
smaller bands, 15ft1 (459cm) x 11ft2 (364cm). (1)
€300 - 500
1035
CRÍC (20TH/21ST CENTURY IRISH),
a collection of paintings, one depicting a clown,
the other with two thatched cottages, another with
three figures standing on a beech and another
with figures walking towards cottages, all c. 2000,
various sizes. (4)
€30 - 50
1044
A SQUARE BRASS LONG CASE CLOCK FACE,
by Ben Thuck - Forth Diss, with brass chapter
ring and Roman numerals and subsidiary dial for
seconds, 12in (30.5cm); together with another
good square brass long case clock dial, by James
Franks and Samuel Duarman, the chapter ring
with Arabic and Roman numerals, the centre panel
chased with flowers, 12in (30.5cm); and one other
unsigned longcase brass dial, 13.5in (34cm). (3)
€100 - 150
1036
A BRASS COLUMN OIL LAMP,
with decorated pink glass reservoir, and etched
amber shade, 29.5in (75cm). (1)
€150 - 200
1037
A HIGH BACK CONTINENTAL WALNUT
ARMCHAIR,
in the 18th century style, the padded back with a leaf
and scroll crest, above a padded seat on cabriole
legs, united by a carved and shaped stretcher. (1)
€150 - 200
1045
P. MACKENZIE,
Dingle Co. Kerry, W.C., signed and inscribed, 6.25in
(16cmh x 9.5in (24cm); another small painting by
P. O. Connor, O.O.B., 6.5in (16cm)h x 11in (28cm)
w; and another modern Irish painting by Lucia
Walker, depicting a Mussenden Temple, acrylic on
board. (3)
€70 - 90
1038
BRIAN HENDERSON, (B.1950),
a large metal bound painted wooden installation,
with bowed top above a curved tapering section,
and an opposing right angled ditto, approx 10ft1
(306cm)h x 48in (122cm)w. (1)
€500 - 800
1046
EDWARD HENRY BEARNE (B. 1844-?),
A Continental Town Scene, showing a large
cathedral on a hill, W.C., signed and dated 1892
lower left, 13.25in (34cm)h x 20in (51cm). (1)
€250 - 350
1039
AN IRON RED GROUND PERSIAN PRAYER
RUG,
with three diamond shaped medallions, inside a
multi border, 79in (20cm)h x 54in (188cm). (1)
€200 - 300
105
1047
EDWARD HENRY BEARNE (B.1844-?),
A Busy Grand Canal Venice, by St. Mark’s Square,
W.C., signed lower right and dated 1889, 13in
(33cm)h x 24in (61cm). (1)
€280 - 350
1052
A LONG CASE SQUARE BRASS DIAL AND
MOVEMENT,
unsigned, with Arabic and Roman numerals 13.5in
(34cm)sq. (1)
€80 - 120
1048
A SQUARE LONG CASE CLOCK DIAL AND
MOVEMENT,
the painted dial signed Gasken of Dublin with
Roman numerals, decorated with colourful
spandrels. (1)
€80 - 120
1053
A CIRCULAR BRASS CHAPTER RING,
signed Alex Gordon Dublin, with Arabic and Roman
numerals, 11.75in (30cm); together with another
similar bronze chapter ring signed John Riley of
Dublin with Roman and Arabic numerals 12.25in
(31cm). (2)
€100 - 150
1049
A LONG CASE BRASS CLOCK DIAL,
signed W.N. Hayter of Chatham, the arched top
with sunburst mask above a silverised chapter ring
with Arabic and Roman numerals and subsidiary
dial for seconds and date aperture, inside ornate
brass spandrels, 16.5in (42cm)h x 12in (30cm). (1)
€150 - 220
1054
EARLY 20TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL SCHOOL,
Woman Standing in a Field, O.O.B., indistinctly
signed and inscribed verso, 6.275in (17cm)h x
5.5in (14cm). (1)
€80 - 90
1055
A FACSIMILE COLOURED ADVERTISING
POSTER,
for O’Connell’s Dublin Ale, with portrait bust of
Daniel O’Connell, 15in (39cm)h x 11in (28cm). (1)
€80 - 120
1056
A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS
PICTURES AND PRINTS,
including: a portrait painting of a man with dark
moustache; a painting signed Shirley; modern Irish
school, Woman and Young Girl; an unframed water
colour depicting a gypsy encampment with figures
by a fire; and others. (10)
€80 - 120
1050
1057
A SMALL CIRCULAR BRASS LONG CASE
CLOCK FACE AND MOVEMENT,
by Evans and Son of Godalming, the face with
Arabic and Roman numerals, signed in the centre,
9in (23cm). (1)
€80 - 150
1050
ROSS STEWART (20TH/21ST CENTURY),
Sink Into the Soft Peat, abstract landscape, O.O.C.,
signed lower right and dated ‘09, 24in (61cm)h x
35.5in (90cm). (1)
TO BE SOLD ON BEHALF OF THE SCOOP
FOUNDATION REGISTERED IRISH CHARITY.
€400 - 600
1058
A DOUBLE FUSEE BRACKET CLOCK
MOVEMENT,
unsigned, and another brass single fusee
movement. (2)
€100 - 150
1051
A PAINTED SATINWOOD PEDESTAL,
in the neo-classical style, of upward square
tapering form, square top and dentil inlaid frieze, all
around sides painted with ribbon bows supporting
floral swags, and musical trophies and a vase
below, the front panel with an oval, depicting three
cherubs amongst clouds, on ogee bracket feet,
53.5in (136cm)h. (1)
€1200 - 1800
1059
CLARE O’CONNOR EARLY (20TH CENTURY
IRISH SCHOOL),
Study of Mother and Infant, W.C., signed and dated
1920, 9.5in (24cm)h x 6.5in (17cm). (1)
€70 - 90
106
1066
A 19TH CENTURY PINE LONG CASE CLOCK,
the arched and painted dial with Roman numerals,
subsidiary dial for seconds, and date aperture;
under a swan neck pediment, above a trunk door
flanked with reeded canted pilasters, on a moulded
box base, 81in (206cm)h x 19.5in (50cm). (1)
€200 - 300
1060
AN INLAID EDWARDIAN KIDNEY SHAPED
MAHOGANY TRAY,
with brass handles, as is, 23in (59cm). (1)
€50 - 90
1061
W.C. BAUER,
Breakers on a Beach, W.C., signed lower left,
10.25in (27cm)h x 29in (74cm); together with
an early 20th century unframed study of a nude,
O.O.C., 36in (90cm)h x 24in (61cm); an unframed
landscape with trees in foreground, indistinctly
signed, 17in (43cm)h x 26in (66cm); another
late 19th century early 20th century portrait of a
woman, as is , 24in (61cm)h x 16in (41cm); and
another modern unframed Italian painting, depicting
the Bay of Naples with fishing boats and Vesuvius
beyond, and one other distressed portrait, 19th
century. (6)
€150 - 200
1067
A LATE 18TH CENTURY OAK AND MAHOGANY
BANDED LONGCASE CLOCK,
by Thomas Clark of Burton, with a square brass
dial with Arabic and Roman numerals and date
aperture, the dome top over a glazed door, flanked
to either side with two columns above a trunk
door on moulded box base, 84in (214cm) x 19in
(48cm). (1)
€500 - 600
1068
A BLACK POLISHED LIMESTONE AND
MARBLE INLAID FRENCH MANTEL CLOCK,
with brass mounts, by Marti of Paris, the clock with
a two handled urn surmounted above a circular
and enamel dial with Roman and Araic numerals,
flanked to either side with two brass columns each
with an urn finial, 18.5in (47cm)h x 16.5in (42cm);
together with a pair of matching tazzi 9.5in (24cm)
h. (3)
€200 - 300
1062
MARY REECE,
Fishing Boat Off the Kerry Coast, W.C., indistinctly
signed lower left and dated 1934, 17.5in (44cm)h x
25.5in (65cm).(1)
€150 - 200
1063
A LARGE GEORGIAN STYLE BRASS HALL
LANTERN,
O.R.M., of cylindrical form with leaf cast scroll
corona and double C scroll suspender ring, above
six bowed glass panels, headed with urn finials and
a six branch centre light, 40in (102cm)h x 18.5in
(47cm)w. (1)
€500 - 800
1069
A LARGE GENESIS BRONZED RESIN GROUP,
modelled as Western Ireland fishing folk in a
currach, raised on an oval mahogany base, 37in
(94cm)w. (1)
€200 - 300
1070
A SQUARE LONG CASE CLOCK DIAL,
signed Jos. Nolan Kilkenny, with Roman numerals
and subsidiary dial for seconds, spandrels painted
with red roses, 14in (36cm)sq. (1)
€80 - 150
1064
AN UNUSUAL EARLY 19TH CENTURY INLAID
LONGCASE CLOCK,
the swan neck pediment centred with an inlaid
panel cartouche and an urn to either side, above
an arched and painted dial with Roman and Arabic
numerals, the arch painted with a lion attacking
a deer, and an automaton to the eyes, subsidiary
dial for seconds and an arched date aperture, the
spandrels decorated with castle ruins, and a brass
mounted column to either side of the glazed door,
the Gothic style triple arch paneled trunk door,
flanked with cluster column pilasters, on a nicely
figured moulded box base with ogee bracket feet,
92in (234cm)h x 21.5in (54cm). (1)
€1000 - 1500
1071
A COLLECTION OF FIVE VERY UNUSUAL
SHELL PICTURES,
each in the form of colourful floral arrangement,
against various coloured backgrounds, within
painted glazed box frames, the largest 28.75in
(73cm)h x 22.25in (57cm), the smallest formed
as a garland of flowers, hanging from bows,
16in (41cm)h x 23in (59cm)all constructed with
numerous species of sea shells . (5)
€500 - 700
1065
AN 18TH CENTURY IRISH PIKE HEAD,
1798, the later shaft inscribed Kearney Coll, the
head of typical form , with spear, axe, and hook. (1)
€200 - 300
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Step 1 - Browsing
All items scheduled for sale in our auctions are featured on our website with descriptions, estimates, illustrations,
and any other relevant information such as provenance, exhibition history, etc. By visiting Auctions on our site,
you will have access to all this information at the touch of a button. PDF versions of the print catalogue are also
available online. If an item takes your fancy, you can request a condition report, or further images, or a call-back
from the expert. Just make sure such enquiries are made in good time. If you prefer the printed word, our catalogue
publications are generally available approximately 7 working days in advance of the sale. These feature much of
the information from the website such as descriptions, estimates, etc and also show a cross section of illustrations
of the most exciting lots. These can be ordered online, or you can telephone our offices to request a copy of same.
You can also subscribe to our mailing list on an annual basis to ensure you receive these publications by post while
they are still hot off the press. Public viewing takes place on the two days immediately prior to any major sale,
wherein you can visit our gallery and inspect the items for yourself. A note on Estimates: All estimates are shown
in Euro. The figures are intended as a guide to prospective purchasers in relation to the value of the piece. They
are approximate values, based on previous sales of comparable items, are not definitive and subject to revision.
Reserves, if applicable, will not be higher than the lower estimate, adjusted for vendor commissions.
A note on Condition Reports: Requests for condition reports must be received prior to public viewing, i.e. at least
three days in advance of the sale, to allow time for the request to be processed and a response to be prepared.
All lots at auction are sold ‘as is’. Imperfections, defects and other condition issues are not stated in the catalogue
description. It is the duty of the prospective purchaser to satisfy himself or herself as to the condition of a lot prior to
bidding. Condition reports may be requested in advance of sale and best efforts will be made to provide prospective
purchasers with such reports, but such reports are merely the gratuitous opinion of the auctioneer. Subsequent
disputes arising in relation to the content of such reports will not be entertained.
Step 2 - Bidding
There are a number of bidding methods available at Mealy’s, including paddle bidding in the auction room, absentee
bidding such as commission bidding & telephone bidding, and online bidding.
1.) Paddle Bidding - Come to the saleroom on auction day and experience the atmosphere and buzz of a real live
auction. Paddles are available on entry, but if you haven’t registered with us for bidding previously, please bring a
government issued ID and allow up to 20 minutes for registration to process
2.) Commission Bidding - Fill out a written absentee bid form instructing the auctioneer to bid on your behalf up to
a fixed maximum bid. You will be alerted after the sale if you have been successful.
3.) Telephone Bidding - Fill out a telephone absentee bid form and receive a call from one of our team moments
before your lots is offered, who will assist you and will execute your bids to the auctioneer in real time over the
telephone
4.) Online Bidding - Choose your favourite online bidding forum and bid from the comfort of your own home at the
click of a button
Step 3 - Payment
Once you have confirmation that you have won your lot(s), there are a host of options available for payment.
Payment must be completed within five working days of the sale date. There are several payment options to choose
from, including cash, cheque drawn on an Irish bank, Euro bank draft, EFT, debit card and credit card. Remember
first however that your hammer price total is subject to a buyer’s premium of 20% + V.A.T. in all cases of lots
purchased at auction. Online Bidding will often be subjected to a 3% surcharge, thus such bidding will incur a total
premium of 23% + V.A.T. Finally, if choosing pay by credit card, there will be additional charges added to the invoice
total, 3% for Mastercard & Visa, 1% charge on any international debit card, 5% for American Express.
Step 4 - Collection & Delivery
Once you have made payment, collection is available for three working days following a sale. In the event of a twoday sale, collection of items purchased on the first day will be unavailable on the second day since a live auction is
still in progress. Mealy’s are happy to advise and assist with collection enquiries and can provide a list of approved
service providers upon request. International buyers are encouraged to seek quotations for shipping in advance of
purchasing at Mealy’s.
A note on VAT
All lots offered at auction are sold under the Auctioneer’s VAT margin scheme, unless specifically highlighted as
otherwise. Revenue regulations require that the buyer’s premium must be invoiced at a rate which is includive of
VAT. This is not recoverable by any VAT registered buyer. Some lots purchased by international buyers and exported
outside the EU may be exempt, however, it is the duty of the buyer to seek advice in relation to same. For further
information, please contact Irish tax and customs at www.revenue.ie.
Buyers are reminded that there is a 20% + VAT premium payable on the final price for each lot. All lots must be
paid for and removed by 5pm on Friday 1st April 2016, or shall be subject to clause 5 of our buyers conditions.
Absentee/telephone bidders must have their bidding forms registered by 5pm on Friday 18th March. Requests for
condition reports and/or additional images must be received by 5pm on Friday 18th March 2016.
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Terms used in this Catalogue have the meanings ascribed to them below:
Paintings, Prints, Works Of Art, Furniture, etc.
The first name or names and surname of the Artist or Craftsman. In our opinion a work by the Artist or Craftsman.
Attributed to
In our opinion probably a work by the Artist or Craftsman but less certainly as to authorship is expressed than in
the preceding category.
Circle of
In our opinion a work of the period of the Artist or Craftsman that is in a similar style to the work of that Artist or
Craftsman.
The surname of the Artist or Craftsman, preceded by ‘After’
In our opinion, a copy of the work of the Artist or Craftsman.
Signed, Stamped
Has a signature or stamp which in our opinion is the signature or the stamp of the Artist or Craftsman.
Bears Signature or Stamp
Has a signature or stamp, which in our opinion is the signature or stamp of the Artist or Craftsman
Dated
Is so dated and in our opinion was executed at about that date.
Bears Date
Is so dated and in our opinion may have been executed at about that date.
All Measurements are given height before width.
Abbreviations:
O.O.C. Oils on CanvasO.O.P. Oils on Panel
O.O.B.Oils on BoardW.C.Watercolour
O.R.M.Of Recent ManufactureW.A.F.With all faults
R.V.O.Remote Viewing OnlyAs isWith all damages, faults, restorations, etc.
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.
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- recission of sale.
- resale of the lot(s) without notice, after which the buyer shall be responsible for any resulting deficiency in the
total amount due.
- removal, storage and insurance of the lot(s) at the buyer’s expense.
- interest may be charged, commencing after five working days from the sale date, on the outstanding debt at a
rate 1% above the Bank of Ireland base interest rate on the day of purchase.
- retention of lot(s) purchased at Mealy’s until the outstanding balance is settled in full
- rejection of all future requests for bidding by the buyer or his/her agent.
- application of proceeds of sale of items consigned to Mealy’s by the buyer in settlement of outstanding
balances.
4.) Reservation of Title & Risk:
Title in an item or items purchased will not pass to the buyer until Mealy’s have received payment in full,
notwithstanding possession. However, each lot remains the sole risk of the purchaser from the fall of the hammer.
5.) Collection, Removal & Dispatch of Goods:
Collection & removal of items purchased is at the buyer’s risk and expense from the fall of the hammer and is
available from our offices for five working days after the sale. No purchase shall be claimed or removed until
the sale has been concluded, i.e. purchasers cannot collect items while an auction is in progress. Collection
can only take place during normal regular hours. Mealy’s shall not be responsible for lost, stolen, damaged or
destroyed lots, if not collected within the allotted time frame. All lots not removed are subject to the minimum
warehousing charges outlined below. Lots not removed within thirty days of the sale may be re-sold by auction
or private sale without notice to the buyer. Any liability which there may be on the part of the Auctioneer, in
respect of any loss, shall be restricted to a maximum of the price paid by the purchaser of the lot. Storage and
warehousing charges: Please note that there will be no charge to purchasers who collect their lots within five
working days of the sale. After five working days has passed, a transfer and administration charge of €20.00
per lot will be payable and a storage charge of €2.00 per lot per day will then come into effect. These charges
are payable by the purchaser to Mealy’s and are subject to VAT. House Clearance & Specialised Sales: the
charges outlined above relate to our regular gallery sales. House Clearance sales and other specialised sales
are subject to higher removal and storage charges that will be notified to buyers where relevant. Buyers
should confirm the storage and warehousing charges for such sales in advance of bidding. If any buyer fails
to comply with any of the above conditions, the damage recoverable from the defaulter shall include all loss
arising from any re-sale of the lot, together with the warehousing charges and expenses in respect of both
sales, and any money deposited in part payment shall be held by the auctioneer against the defaulters liability
and may be appropriated in settlement of the liability. NB. Mealy’s do not offer packing or dispatch services.
We strongly recommend that all bidders consult a professional shipping company. A list of approved service
providers is available on request.
6.) Forgeries:
If within 30 days after the Sale of any item, the Auctioneer receives a notice in writing from the Buyers by
Registered Post that such an item is a deliberate forgery, together with the necessary evidence to satisfy the
Auctioneers of such an allegation, then the Sale of that item will be rescinded and the net Purchase monies
refunded (less any outlays incurred by the Auctioneers) to the Purchaser.
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.
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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 the-saleroom.com & artfact.com.
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.
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FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY:
Three African elephant ivory tusks, Loxodonta Africana, dated 1914-1918,
each 22in (56cm) approx, 6.03kg total, with recently acquired CITES
certificate of legal acquisiton, not for use outside the EU. Potential buyers
may require the approval of the Irish CITES Management Authority.
SKU: 10250C-3-1
See Mealy’s Gallery for more information at www.mealys.ie
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A selection from the celebrated pewter collection of the late Geoffrey O’Connor, see lots 397-450
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