Forthcoming Auctions


Sunday, September 8th Michael Mullen Auctioneers, auction of the contents of Knockrath Stud, Ballinlough, Co Meath. On the premises at 2pm. Period furniture, oil paintings, Snaffles prints, clocks, porcelain, silver, jewellery, light fittings, antique garden furniture; saddles, shot guns and fishing rods. Highlights include a Victorian oil painting of the 19th century aristocrat, the 4th Duke de Stacpoole at the age of one year (above) Viewing today.
Tuesday, September 10th Herman and Wilkinson Auctioneers, sale of house contents on the premises of 25, Louvain, Ardilea, Clonskeagh, Dublin 14 at 10am. Almost 400 lots including a Victorian carved-oak hall bench; an Edwardian medicine cabinet; Arts and Crafts dining chairs; Art Deco walnut wardrobes; and many interesting items. No estimates supplied. Viewing tomorrow, 2pm-5pm.

Tuesday, September 10th Matthews Auctioneers at the Wyatt Hotel, Westport, Co Mayo. 6.30pm. Irish Art and Antiques Auction. Paintings by modern Irish artists including Brian Ballard, Elizabeth Brophy, John Kingerlee, Graham Knuttel, Alice Maher, Cecil Maguire, Martin Mooney and Markey Robinson, antique furniture, clocks, silver, glass and china. Viewing starts tomorrow at 11am.

Tuesday, September 10th John Weldon Auctioneers, Cow’s Lane, Temple Bar, Dublin. Auction of jewellery, silver and gold at 2pm.

Sunday, September 15th Adam’s, 26 St Stephen’s Green, Dublin. Sunday Interiors Auction at 11am. More than 600 lots including furniture, mirrors, clocks, rugs, paintings and prints, silver, china and glass. Viewing begins on Friday, September 13th, at 10am.

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