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A sketch by d Alberto Giacometti sold for €650 at Victor Mee’s auction house.

Among the stuffed animals, leather Chesterfields and vintage metallic adverts, a rural Cavan auction house recently had at least two art works by lumi(...)

The almost life-sized wooden E-Type Jaguar which sold for €4,000 in a  two-day sale as part of the Café en Seine contents auction. Photograph: Michael Donnelly

It seems a touch of royal sparkle can still work monetary magic. A replica of a classic E-Type Jaguar – the car used by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle(...)

The 1964 Airstream Land Yacht Safari for sale at Victor Mee Auctions in Co Cavan. Photograph: Michael Donnelly

There’s money in nostalgia. One of the most exciting lots at Co Cavan-based Victor Mee Auctions upcoming sale is a 1964 Airstream Land Yacht Safari, a(...)

Items from the interior of the Residence Club in Dublin which will be auctioned in March. Photograph: Paul Sherwood

Fixtures and fittings from Residence, a private member’s club on Dublin’s St Stephen’s Green are among the items to be sold in what as “Ireland’s larg(...)

Bryan and Victor Mee: “The overall age of our clients is dropping drastically as young homeowners and self-builders seek unique decorative items,” says Victor Mee.

Cavan – Victor Mee Auctions Ltd While the art and antiques market is dominated by the major auction houses, small, family-run businesses continue to(...)

Auction Results: Tuesday (October 11th) John Weldon Auctioneers, Cow’s Lane, Temple Bar, Dublin 2. A diamond five-stone ring set in platinum “with a (...)

‘Liffey, Up Stream’ , an oil on canvas by Thomas Ryan (estimate: €5,000-€7,000).

Forthcoming auctions: Sunday June 12th Adam’s, 26 St Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2. At Home – auction of antique and modern interior furnishings. 12(...)

A brick from the Mahdi’s tomb sold for €800

Auction Results Tuesday and Wednesday (May 26th & 27th) Mealy’s Summer Sale. 86 per cent of lots sold. A pair of Irish George III dining- r(...)

A Fair Day, Mayo by Jack B Yeats sold for €1 million in 2011, the highest figure paid at auction for a work of art in Ireland

The Irish fine art and antiques market was worth an estimated €50 million last year. That’s a drop of about 50 per cent since the peak of the boom (...)

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