A Rasher and a Waterford mirror at Adams auction

Detail from ‘Three Ages of Womanhood’ by Rasher, oil-on-canvas, (€2,000- €3,000) at Adams

Detail from ‘Three Ages of Womanhood’ by Rasher, oil-on-canvas, (€2,000- €3,000) at Adams

 

Adams Blackrock is hosting a 400 lot Interiors and Fine Art sale on Tuesday, August 26th at 11am. The lots are an eclectic mix, and include an early 19th-century Waterford mirror with alternating blue and white facetted studs (€3,000- €5,000), a pair of Irish silver three-branch candelabra, Dublin 1976 by Alright & Marshall, (€1,800- €2,200) and Three Ages of Womanhood by Rasher, oil-on-canvas, (€2,000- €3,000). Viewing on Sunday, August 24th, 2-5pm. Monday, August 26th, 2-5pm and morning of sale. Catalogue online at adamsblackrock.com

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