Art auctioneer says prices down 40-50% from peak but recovery is in sight
140th annual exhibition of art club is back in Dublin after years in Dún Laoghaire
The bowl made for a Chinese emperor was last seen for sale 30 years ago
Salesrooms are bouncing back after a disruptive period of storms, snow and an early Easter
Rusty iron cross was first memorial at Béal na Bláth on the spot where he died
The carved stone head of a woman, found almost 50 years ago, is thought to depict the wife of Henry V of England.
Auctions and Fairs
“Smoke Hignett’s” mirror achieves top price of €3,600 at Victor Mee auction
In just two days, 13 Picassos sold in London for a total of £113 million. Who’s buying?
Rare Victorian watercolour stands out but star lot likely to be a classic Paul Henry
Jeffrey Archer’s collection of political cartoons include Irish interest
Record week for Irish art and collectibles with over 8,000 lots auctioned
Art, jewellery, furniture and vintage items on the block in Dublin, Waterford and Laois
Tony Blair as Bambi, Thatcher and de Valera in cartoons spanning two centuries
Early version of ‘The Meeting on the Turret Stairs’ makes €24,000 in Kilkenny auction
Artist is unknown but auctioneers believe it is Flemish School and dates from 16th or 17th century
Limerick soprano Catherine Hayes sang for Queen Victoria and gold miners in Nevada
Cheque shows Pearse was a customer before his 1916 Rising destroyed the shop
In Dublin, classic west of Ireland landscape makes €80k
Take Five: A four bed in Carrick-on-Shannon or homes with pools in Italy, France and Spain
Cairn Homes PLC has introduced to the market a collection of exceptional five-bedroom homes as part of their flagship development, Marianella, in the exclusive suburb of Rathgar
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