James Gorry

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An exceptionally rare and important imperial Beijing enamel melon shaped teapot achieved £2,062,750 (€2,415,963) through Bonhams on November 2nd

For the month that’s in it, when all things culinary are celebrated in The Irish Times during November’s Food Month, it is almost fitting that on Nove(...)

Arran Henderson getting a word in edgeways in front of the Royal College of Surgeons in Dublin

In the opening scene of the film Once, Glen Hansard’s busking character is framed against the backdrop of a dingy alleyway off Dublin’s Grafton Street(...)

The G.P.O. 1916 by Thomas Ryan

In 1966 a young Irish artist decided to create his own commemoration of the 1916 Rising as the State celebrated the event’s 50th anniversary. Thomas R(...)

Adelle Hughes, associate director at Whyte’s Auctioneers. “Buy the best you can afford instead of mediocre examples by several artists”

Buying the work of a young, up-and-coming artist could prove to be a good long-term investment but picking a winner is like predicting the Grand Natio(...)

The stirrups can be seen in this painting, ‘The Battle of the Boyne’, by Dutch artist Jan van Huchtenburg

The most mundane items can, by chance, become extremely valuable if they acquire the magic of provenance. A pair of 17th-century riding stirrups, in C(...)

Connemara Girls, by the Victorian artist Sir Thomas Alfred Jones, which is priced at €26,500.

The Gorry Gallery in Dublin’s Molesworth Street is holding its big winter exhibition and sale of 18th-21st Century Irish Paintings from November 27th-(...)

Adam’s auction of Fine Jewellery & Watches includes Lot 118, a novelty gold brooch by Cartier designed as a rabbit with ruby eyes and onyx nose, munching on a coral carrot (€6,000-€8,000)

Auction Results: Tuesday (June 21st) John Weldon Auctioneers, Cow’s Lane, Temple Bar, Dublin. A 1kg bar of silver €1,750 (€450-€650). Tuesday (Ju(...)

For art buyers who dislike the hurly-burly of auction salerooms, the Gorry Gallery is holding a selling exhibition of 18th- to 21st-century Iri(...)