April Auction Highlights (see photos below)

Our April auction sees a wonderful variety of objects coming to the market, for our bidders to come to view and buy.

We have a strong collection of 18th & 19th Century Irish glass, including Lot 39 & Lot 40 which you can see in more detail below.

Also coming to the market is a very interesting collection of late 19th / early 20th century Corinthian oil lamps, all in very good condition and are sure to add a unique touch to anyone’s interior layout – please see Lot 33 below.

It’s hard to believe, but Spring time is here – although at times the weather might suggest it is still November, it is the right time to start planning for the summer days and evenings ahead, and we have a really good selection of garden furniture & decorative objects to help our bidders to do just that, from seats & water features to lamps & ornaments, there is plenty to choose from.

With us moving closer to the summer months our jewellery section is also showing well, with a wonderful collection of diamond, sapphire & emerald rings available to our bidders, one of which, Lot 20 – can be seen in more detail below.

Our fine art section is also strong with artists such as Arthur K. Maderson, Ivan Sutton, Katie Buttimer, Annie Robinson & Simeon Stafford to name a few.

Finally, with brown furniture climbing back up in terms of results, we have a strong selection of tables, chairs & cabinets available to our bidders.

We look forward to seeing you at the viewings & on the day of the auction.

Date of Auction: Sunday April 29th @ 4pm

Venue for Auction: Hegarty Auction Rooms, the Bypass, Bandon, Co. Cork
Free parking on the day

Public Viewing Dates:
Thursday 26th 12-5PM
Friday 27th 12-5PM
Saturday 28th 12-5pm
Sunday 29th 12-4pm – when the auction begins

Catalogue will be online at http://www.hegartyantiques.com by close of business on Wednesday 25th of April.

LOT 6 – A VERY FINE SINGLE DRAWER ROSEWOOD SIDE TABLE, having rounded floral carved corners, raised on extensively carved side pod supports, united by a curved stretcher with carved leaf supports, each pod terminating with a pair of carved lion paw feet, 28” x 17” x 31” approx   Estimate:  €900/1200

 

 

 


LOT
20 – A STUNNING 18 CT YELLOW & WHITE GOLD 3 STONE DIAMOND RING, diamond 3.53cts, H colour SI1; with certificate.
Estimate: €18000 – €24000

 

 


LOT
33 – A VERY GOOD LATE 19TH / EARLY 20TH CENTURY OIL LAMP, with brass Corinthian column base, having a cranberry glass reservoir, and an acid etched frilled cranberry glass shade, and clear glass chimney, in very good condition 31” high approx      Estimate: €150-€250

 

 

 

 

 

LOT 39 – A LATE 18TH CENTURY IRISH, PROVINCIAL, GLASS SPIRIT DECANTER, possibly Cork, mallet shaped, hand blown with moulded reed design to the end, and triple ring neck, with stopper 8.5” high approx      Estimate: €400 – €800

 

 

 

 

 

LOT 40 –   A FINE LATE 19TH CENTURY IRISH CUT GLASS JUG, with step cut spout and ribbed handle, with strawberry & diamond cut band to the body, 3.5” high approx, 6.5” spout to handle approx, 4” across approx –
Estimate: €400-600

 

 


LOT 44 – IVAN SUTTON (Irish, b. 1944), “GALWAY HOOKERS”
, oil on canvas board, signed lower right, inscribed verso “Galway Hookers Berthed, at Carraroe Pier, Connemara, Co. Galway”, and signed again, 20″ x 30″ approx board, 40″ x 30″ approx frame   Estimate:  €1600/2000

 

LOT 115 – A PAIR OF MID-CENTURY STYLE “AVIATOR” LEATHER TUB ARM CHAIRS, with criss-cross stitched pattern detail to the back and seat, each  29″x33″x28″ approx  –  Estimate: €1500 – €1700

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