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Still Life with Frying Pan, William Scott,  €200,000 (€200,000-€300,000), de Vere’s

In a year like no other, the first lockdown saw a huge number of sales postponed on the fine art and auction circuit. Sales were pushed to the back en(...)

A series of eries of early unpublished letters from WB Yeats to Ethel Veasey, 1883-85- Sothebys.

FORTHCOMING AUCTIONS Please note – as government health restrictions may change – do consult with auction rooms in advance of any in room sales. Most(...)

Gem set and diamond pendant/brooch (Lot 89 €7,000-€9,000)

Though it appears that Christmas 2020 will be unlike any other, gifts and tokens of affection will still be a priority for many with the advent of the(...)

Ryanair closed 1.3 per cent stronger. Photograph: AFP via Getty

European stocks closed slightly lower on Friday, taking the shine off a 7 per cent rally this week as investors focused on soaring coronavirus cases o(...)

The Irish-born chef and writer talks about her life with Harry Herbert, plans for the future and her new book of quick, weeknight suppers If the(...)

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(...)

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(...)

Celtic Cross in a West of Ireland Landscape by Paul Henry sold for €105,000 through Morgan O’Driscoll

Morgan O’Driscoll ’s Irish and international art this week was a good litmus test for the online auction market in the current health crisis. The res(...)

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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