Takes place on Sunday, 4th October 2009 at 4pm
Viewing:- Friday, 2nd October from 11am-6pm,
Saturday 3rd Oct. from 11am-6pm and on Sunday 2nd from 11am – 4pm (when auction starts)
Items from the collection of Margaret Holland, formerly of Beverly Hills, who worked with and received many gifts from such celebrities as Harold Lloyd and Barbara Streisand, also contents from several Cork city and West Cork deceased estates.
Furniture highlights to include: Victorian walnut credenza, Georgian mahogany serpentine four-drawer chest, pair of Edwardian corner cabinets, 19th century Victorian 2-door library bookcase, Regency mahogany foldover tea table, 19th century mahogany 3-door library bookcase, pair of important giltwood mirrors, a 19th century mahogany longcase Grandfather clock, set of six mahogany Victorian chairs and set of six Victorian walnut chairs, set of ten Cork chairs, William IV pedestal sideboard, 19th century three-door pine bookcase, good Edwards & Roberts three-door display cabinet, bow-fronted Georgian mahogany chest, Georgian mahogany foldover card table, Victorian rosewood Davenport writing desk, Rosewood 19th century centre table, Georgian mahogany two-tier dumb waiter, Georgian mahogany seven-drawer Irish tallboy, 19th century open waterfall bookcase, pair of miniature footstools, Victorian walnut veni-martin display cabinet, exceptional 19th century walnut writing desk, pair of four-drawer chest lockers, Edwardian cheval mirror, exceptional quality pair of 19th century French single beds, Victorian hall lantern, set of 19th century centre lights, nest of tables (2) various occasional & bedroom Collectables to include: Hollywood memorabilia, Rosewood and ivory inlaid barometer, Victorian column lamp, pair of Meissen toureens & covers, tantalus, various writing boxes, table lamps, rare locomotive model train, a large dinner service, various overmantles, barometers, clocks, Staffordshire porcelain, Irish & English silver, Continental porcelain etc.
Paintings to include: 20 items of Contemporary Irish and 19th century art.
View all lots with photos on the web on Friday on http://www.hegartyantiques.com