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    This antique Regency rosewood sofa table with satinwood crossbanding and string Inlay over one drawer and splayed legs made 2,000 at Skibbereen on June 6. It had been estimated to make 3,000 - 4,000


    Morgan O’Driscoll held a successful a sale of 400 lots of antique furniture, silver and art at the Old Railway House on the by

    Sweet Pea by Kenneth Webb was the top lot.

    pass road in Skibbereen Sunday, June 2.  He plans to hold another mainly furniture sale in Skibbereen in July.

    The top lot was Kenneth Webb’s Sweet Pea which made 5,750. Another work by Webb sold for 3,600.
    A Regency sofa table (pictured left) made 2,000.

    Other top antique  furniture lots were a good Georgian chest of drawers which sold for 1.900,  a William IV library table made 1,800, a 19th century crossbanded chest on chest made 1,600 and  a Victorian walnut credenza sold for 1,400.

    There were 50 lots of silver and the top lot here was a Birmingham tea set which made 775.

    Chairs sold well too. A pair of William IV upholstered armchairs made 1,100 and a set of ten 19th century dining chairs made 1,200.

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