A rare set of late 18th-century “Galway” rosary beads: to go under the hammer  next week, estimated at €400-€600

Irish antiques salerooms are, invariably, filled with the trappings of the former gentry that flourished from the 18th to the early 21st century. But (...)

The tiara, believed to date from the 1930, was once owned by the Honourable Doreen O’Brien, a daughter of the14th Baron of Dromoland Castle, Co Clare

Sheppard’s ended a busy year with a one-day sale in Durrow, Co Laois, on Tuesday where the top lot was, to general surprise, Lot 514, “two polychrome (...)

The classic piece is made of gold decorated with “in excess of 14 carat of diamonds”, and comes in its original leather case

A diamond tiara owned by the late Doreen O’Brien, a daughter of the 14th Baron Inchiquin, is likely to attract considerable interest at Sheppa(...)

Brandon, a most unique 240sqm (2,582sq ft) house lies on the sleepy Station Road in Glenageary. The current owners, architect and interior designer co(...)