The Viscountess Castlerosse, Palm Springs, 1938 by Sir John Lavery, an oil-on-board painting measuring 20x24 in (50.8x61cm), is estimated at €50,000 to €70,000. Right, Viscountess Castlerosse with a friend in Deauville, 1936

Painting of Viscountess Castlerosse is the highlight of the next de Veres auction

A Georgian wicker-handled, silver saffron teapot, made in Dublin circa 1750

Organisers of three-day fair at the RDS hope spending will exceed last year’s €3.6 million

Paul Johnston: “world expert on Irish 18th and 19th century furniture”

Award to be granted annually to the applicant who submits the best essay on an element of Irish Decorative Arts

A Victorian circular presentation silver salver, made in Sheffield in 1895 by silversmiths Martin, Hall & Co

More than 500 lots will go under the hammer at Sunday Interiors auction

CorkDFAS to host series of talks on aspects of artistic and cultural heritage

A vintage poster for the film Sally’s Irish Rogue, the first film to be made at Ardmore Studios in Bray, Co Wicklow

From film posters to old coins, Whyte’s sale has wide range of items

Chinese treasures: 19th century spinach jade group of birds and fruit

Items of interest include 18th century Chinese gilded carved panel

The Lalique ‘Ram’s Head’ mascot, known in French as ‘Tête De Bélier’ and introduced in 1928, was found in a Co Meath house clearance

Art deco glass evokes motoring’s age of elegance

Auction includes autographs of author Boris Pasternack and an ex-Nazi officer

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