A Sunny Day, Connemara by Paul Henry (Lot 18 €150,000–€200,000)

All eyes will be firmly on lot 18 at Whyte’s Important Irish and International Art sale on September 28th at the RDS in Dublin. Auctioneer Ian Whyte (...)

Lot 103, 7.75ct single stone diamond ring €120,000-€180,000

Adam’s Fine Jewellery and Watches sale on September 15th has a couple of pieces that will send you right back to scenes reminiscent of old James Bond (...)

From the collection of Michael Smurfit, (detail)  Travelling Woman with Newspaper by Louis le Brocquy (£700,000-£1m) at Sotheby’s Irish Art Sale in London

Auction results Sunday, August 23rd Adam's At Home Sale Over 87 per cent sold with sales exceeding €250,000. According to Adam’s online purchases t(...)

Lot 147, George IV mahogany-framed bergere sofa with carved foliate motifs, €1,200-€1,800)

Adam’s At Home sale – which takes place this Sunday, August 23rd, at its St Stephen’s Green saleroom, and online – features a number of pieces by note(...)

19th century garnet set gifted by Lord Byron to Mary Ann Chaworth in 1803 achieved €5,200 (€800–€1,200) at Adam’s At Home sale.

Whyte’s Eclectic Collector Sale July 25th and 26th Ninety per cent of lots sold with a gross sale of just under €1m. 1916 Proclamation of the Irish R(...)

Mary Queen of Scots prayerbook, Christie’s, £250,000 - £350,000.

The prayer book once owned by Mary, Queen of Scots will be offered as part of Christie’s Classic Week’s Old Master Group sale, which will be held live(...)

A 19th-century garnet set gifted by Lord Byron to Mary Ann Chaworth in 1803 (€800-€1,200).

Adam’s of St Stephen’s Green in Dublin will hold its first sale on July 5th, after suspending auctions due to the coronavirus pandemic. Featured(...)

18ct white gold and sapphire (2.52cts) diamond ring, Hegary’s of Bandon auction on June 14th (€2,500-€3,500)

While April normally signals the start of antique jewellery sales across the country, this year Covid-19 put an end to the majority of Irish jewellery(...)

Mark Pepper, Wish will be auctioned at the de Vere’s online sale on May 12th (€800-€1,200)

Social distancing measures have closed museums, galleries and auction houses, and the industry now finds itself in new territory. The art world is in (...)

An email of this Chinese moonflask was sent to Sotheby's in Dublin by an Irish collector. The flask is estimated to be worth £150,000-£200,000 and will be offered in their Chinese Sale later this year

There is no spinning it, we now find ourselves in uncharted waters in the art and antiques market. However Irish auction houses are still open for bus(...)

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