November Auction features Kinsale contents – Calderwood House

Gents Rolex "Cellini" wristwatch est. €2500/3500

Gents Rolex “Cellini” wristwatch est. €2500/3500

We are pleased to have been favoured with the sale of the contents of a Kinsale residence – Calderwood House.  Calderwood is the former residence of Professor Eddie O Kelly.
Some highlights of the auction will include: Irish Georgian mahogany tallboy est €3000/5000, Victorian mahogany extending dining table est €2500/4000, Regency Cork linen press est €3000/5000, pair of French 19th century rosewood side cabinets est €4000/6000, set of 8 Victorian dining chairs est €2000/4000, pair of large stone eagles €500/1000, a 19th century Boulle bracket clock in immaculate condition is expected to make €3000/5000 and a collection of 50 lots from a clock makers shop make an interesting group. The 400 lot auction will have a jewellery section of 30 lots including a Rolex 18ct gold Cellini Classic manual wind gents watch (clearly hallmarked)  est €2000/4000 along with a good 3 stone diamond ring est €1500/2500.  Paintings will include Arthur Maderson, Lamb, Markey Robinson, Elizabeth Brophy and Lorna Millar.
A selection of Irish and English silver will total approx 40 lots.

Also included in the sale will be the residue of the Gotto collection from Willowhill house.

The Auction takes place on Sunday, 2nd November 2014 at 3pm in our Auction Rooms, at Parnell Business Centre, The Bypass, Bandon, Co. Cork.  Viewing is on Saturday 1st Nov from 12-6pm & Sunday 2nd November from 12 noon until auction starts at 3pm. Viewing is highly recommended for this auction

A “sneak” preview follows:-

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