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Wicklow Hunt Point to Point Races by Letitia Marion Hamilton, £15,000-£25,000, at  Sotheby’s, London.

Wicklow Hunt Point to Point Races by Letitia Marion Hamilton, £15,000-£25,000, at Sotheby’s, London.

 

Tuesday, May 20th Adam’s,
St Stephen’s Green, Dublin.
Fine Jewellery and Watches. Auction at 6pm. A 7.08 carat diamond ring, €50,000- €80,000; Ceylon sapphire ring, €50,000- €80,000, Colombian emerald ring, €30,000- €60,000; Art Deco diamond necklace, €30,000-€60,000. Viewing tomorrow, Sunday from 11am.

Tuesday, May 20th Fonsie Mealy Auctioneers, The Chatsworth Fine Art Sale, Old Cinema, Castlecomer, Co Kilkenny. Antiques auction with 800 lots at 10.30am. Portrait of Daniel O’Connell by Nicholas Crowley €15,000-€20,000.

Wednesday, May 21st
Sotheby’s, London. Auction of 19th and 20th-century sculpture. Boulonnaise allaitant, a life-size terracotta sculpture by 19th-century French artist Aimé-Jules Dalou, formerly in Westport House, Co Mayo, being sold by the 11th Marquess of Sligo £300,000-£500,000 (€367,308-€612,180).

Thursday, May 22nd Sotheby’s, London. British and Irish Art. Portrait of Mrs Oscar Lewisohn; formerly Miss Edna May by William Orpen, £120,000-£180,000; The Morning Ride by Sir John Lavery, £100,000-£150,000; Man Hearing an Old Song by Jack B Yeats, £40,000-£60,000; Wicklow Hunt Point to Point Races by Letitia Marion Hamilton £15,000-£25,000.

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