Auctions and Fairs

20 piece Worcester dinner service, all signed Stinton, dated 1916

20 piece Worcester dinner service, all signed Stinton, dated 1916

 

Auction Results

Sunday (July 20th) 
Hegarty’s Fine Art Auctioneers, Bandon, Co Cork. Auction of contents of Listarkin House, Union Hall, former residence of the late Peter Moseley. A 20-piece, hand- painted Worcester porcelain dinner service, dated 1916 and signed by James Stinton €6,700 (€4,000-€6,000); a 17th-century silver nutmeg grater €520 (€800- €1,200);a silver coffee pot, made in London 1789, €480 (€1,000-€2,000).

Forthcoming Auctions

Today (Saturday, July 26th)
Matthews Auctioneers on-the-premises auction at ‘The Rock’, Billis, Virginia, Co Cavan. 2pm. More than 800 lots of antiques to include silver & collectables, antique furniture, mirrors, paintings, garden statuary, rugs, and “a Rolls Royce Silver Shadow Motor Car In Excellent Condition with Fine Leather Upholstery and Other Extras 32,000 Original Miles on Clock Maintained Without Consideration of Expense” (€10,000-€15,000). Forthcoming Fairs

Sunday (July 27th)
Antiques Fair, Clontarf Castle Hotel, Castle Avenue, Dublin 3. 11am - 6pm Sunday (July 27th) Antiques Fair, Kinsale Antiques and Art Fair, Acton’s Hotel, Kinsale, Co Cork. 11am-6pm.

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