Angela McAteer, an expert in Chinese art at Sotheby’s

The major Dublin auctioneers have announced dates for the first big autumn sales. There’s still time to consign items but closing dates are imminent. (...)

Mother and child at a Concern district development project in Mozambique. Concern is one of the charities that have adopted the Statement of Recommended Practice. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Whatever the ramifications of the pay top-ups revelations for healthcare organisations, every charity in Ireland is feeling the impact of public conce(...)

 Chinese porcelain from the collection of Sir Alfred Beit, late of Russborough House, Co Wicklow, sold by the Alfred Beit Foundation at Sotheby’s, London. The top lot was a black-ground famille-rose bowl, £434,500 (£80,000-£120,000).

AUCTION RESULTS Sunday, November 3rd Matthews Auction Rooms. Contents of Violet Hill House, Herbert Road, Bray. A three-carat diamond ring, €18,000 (€(...)

A black-ground famille rose bowl of the Yongzheng period (1723-1735) sold for €517,000.

An antique Chinese bowl, just 14cm high, from Russborough House in Co Wicklow sold at a Sotheby’s auction in London yesterday for more than €500,000. (...)

A rare coral-ground famille-verte bowl from the  Yongzheng period (1723-1735), one of the pieces from  Russborough House due to go under the hammer at Sotheby’s on November 6th.

Hidden treasures from Russborough House in Co Wicklow – one of Ireland’s grandest “stately homes” and a popular visitor attraction – are to be sold at(...)