Quarterly Fine Art auctions to include Silver, Jewellery, Paintings, Ceramics, Furniture and Works of Art
(Last date for entries: 12th January)
AN IMPORTANT EARLY GEORGE III GILTWOOD MIRROR in the manner of Thomas Johnson, with a divided shaped rectangular plate within mirrored borders, the elaborately carved frame with feathery leaves, scrolling acanthus, flowering branchwork, architectural balconies and pavilions, 95" high x 42.5" wide. Provenance: From the Collection of Edward Cecil Guinness, First Earl of Iveagh at Farmleigh, Castleknock, Co. Dublin. At Farmleigh the mirror is recorded as hanging in the main ground floor corridor. Farmleigh was sold by the Guinness family to the Irish Government in 1995. This magnificent rococo m...
Sold for £20000.00
A GEORGE II MAHOGANY BREAKFRONT LIBRARY BOOKCASE with a triangular arched pediment and diamond-shaped glazing bars to the upper section, the base with panelled cupboards, 97" high x 96" wide.
Sold for £18500.00
•JOHN HUBBARD (1931-2017) "Fresh Water Bay", signed titled and dated 1963 verso, oil on canvas, 45" x 60" (unframed).
Sold for £9500.00