Auctions and Fairs

Swiss Black Forest mantel clock, €2,600 (€800-€1,200) at Adam’s

Swiss Black Forest mantel clock, €2,600 (€800-€1,200) at Adam’s


Sunday, March 9thAdam’s, St Stephen’s Green, Dublin . Sunday Interiors Auction. 76 per cent of lots sold. Set of six Gothic-revival oak dining chairs , €13,000 (€2,000- €3,000); Set of four Irish George II silver candlesticks, mark of Robert Calderwood , €7,600 (€5,000-€7,000); Gold reproduction Malachy Collar , €7,200 (€6,000-€8,000); Magnum of 1961 Château Latour, €3,100 (€1,800- €2,800); Portrait of A Lady by Arthur Hacker, €3,000 (€3,000-€4,000); Swiss Black Forest mantel clock, €2,600 (€800-€1,200); Bett’s terrestrial globe, €360 (€500- €700). Full results see

Forthcoming auctions

Wednesday, March 19th , Bonhams, London. An archive, dating from 1945-76, of sketches, paintings, poems and letters by Christy Brown, whose life inspired the film My Left Foot , £30,000- £40,000.

Forthcoming fairs

Today and tomorrow (Saturday and Sunday, March 15th and 16th): National Antiques & Art Fair, 10am-6pm daily at the South Court Hotel, Raheen, Limerick.

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