SOME MAY AUCTION RESULTS

HEGARTY’S FINE ART & ANTIQUES AUCTIONEERS
MAY INTERIORS & FINE ART AUCTION
Sunday 27th of May 2018

The May auction saw a really nice crowd gather in the auction rooms in Bandon. It was a 255 Lot auction, with a good mix on offer, from good quality antique furniture, fine art from both Irish and internationally known artists, to a wonderful collection of eastern Asian collectables.

A selection of the highlight results can be seen below, with images attached of each lot.

We are now preparing for our next auction, The Mid-Summer Auction – To Include the Contents of Summercove. Consignments are welcome and potential suppliers are asked to email auctions@hegartyantiques.com for further information on how to consign to auction with us.

May Auction Highlight Results:

LOT 11

ARTHUR K. MADERSON, “EVENING TALLOW HORSE FAIR”, oil on board, signed lower right, inscribed and signed again verso, 12″ x 12″ approx board, 19″ x 19″ approx frame

Hammer: €950

 

 

 

LOT 40

DARIUS JOSEPH MACEGAN, (IRISH 1856 – 1939), “MICHAEL COLLINS”, pencil on paper, signed and dated 1922 lower left, inscribed verso “Michael Collins, drawn by The MacEgan, Studio 47 Fleet Street Dublin”, framers label verso A. Bassi

Hammer: €460

 

 

 

LOT 48 

A FINE LATE 19TH CENTURY, SERPENTINE FRONTED MAHOGANY GLAZED CABINET, with bow front and concave glazed sides, decorated with string inlaid detail, raised on tapering leg, 6ft x 55″ x 13″ approx

Hammer: €1150

 

 

 

LOT 97 

A BLUE & WHITE “ROULEAU” FORM VASE, tall, with a columnar neck and galleried rim, decorated with panels showing various countryside scenes and panels showing the “Hundred Antiques” imagery, with a double circle mark beneath, 47cm high approx/18.5” high approx, diam of top 5” approx, possibly Qing

Hammer: €1450

 

 

 

LOT 102 

A VERY FINE LATE 19TH CENTURY MARQUETRY INLAID DISPLAY CABINET, circa 1870, with a concave inlaid frieze and three quarter brass gallery, with a single glazed door, and glazed side walls, brass mounts, and velvet lined shelved interior, raised on cabriole leg with brass sabots, 64” x 27” x 18” approx

Hammer: €900

 

 

LOT 144

AFTER CHARLES JOHNSON PAYNE (“SNAFFLES”) (British, 1884-1967) “THE BIGGEST WALLS IN THE COUNTRY WAS IN IT”, Limited Edition Coloured Print, numbered in pencil lower left 350/850, with Snaffle studio blind-stamp lower left, 18” x 12” approx plate, 31” x 23” approx frame

Hammer: €520

 

LOT 158

A KILLARNEY WARE CHESS SET, with “made in the Gap of Dunloe – Killarney” inscribed

Hammer: €400

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