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    ART AND ANTIQUE FURNITURE AT HEGARTY’S, BANDON

    Thursday, March 2nd, 2017

    Art and furniture will come under the hammer at Hegarty’s sale in Bandon, Co. Cork on March 5.  The catalogue is online. Here is a small selection:

    A 19th century inlaid bureau bookcase  UPDATE: THIS MADE 1,700

    Mark O’Neill – Still Life UPDATE: UNDERSOLD AND UNDER OFFER

    A Killarney wood box with inlaid harp  UPDATE: THIS MADE 850

    John Francis Skelton – Lights, edge of Beara Peninsula  UPDATE: THIS MADE 900

    ANTIQUE FURNITURE AT HEGARTY’S IN BANDON

    Monday, January 23rd, 2017
    Antique furniture and a Killarney wood jewellery box are feature items at Hegarty’s first sale of 2017 in Bandon on January 26 at 7 p.m.   A c1850 Irish silver table with shell motif is at 6,000-10,000 the most expensively estimated lot in the auction. Among the other top lots are a Regency circular drum table (3,000-5,000), a 19th century gilt wood pier glass (2,000-3,000), a pair of William IV brass inlaid bookcases (2,000-3,000) and an early 19th century rosewood fold over card table (1,200-1,800).

    The Killarney jewellery box is estimated at 1,500-2,000 and there is a similar estimate on a 19th century Irish gilt wood mirrors.  There are two Cork silver bowls by Carden Terry and Daniel McCarthy estimated respectively at 3,000-4,000 and 2,000-3,000.  The catalogue is online. Here is a small selection:

    A c1850 Irish silver table with shell motif (6,000-10,000) UPDATE: THIS SOLD FOR 6,400

    19th century Killarney jewellery (1,500-2,000)  UPDATE: THIS SOLD FOR 1,650

    ANTIQUE AND INTERIORS SALE AT HEGARTY’S, BANDON

    Thursday, December 8th, 2016

    More than 360 lots – including antique furniture, art, silver and collectibles – will come under the hammer at Hegarty’s antique and interiors sale in Bandon on December 11.  The catalogue is online. Here is a small selection:

    MARK O'NEILL, b. 1963, "A SIMPLE ARRANGEMENT"

    MARK O’NEILL, b. 1963, “A SIMPLE ARRANGEMENT”  UPDATE: THIS WAS UNSOLD

    LATE 19TH CENTURY TIP-UP WINE TABLE

    LATE 19TH CENTURY TIP-UP WINE TABLE

     ROSEWOOD & SATINWOOD INLAID, DAVENPORT

    ROSEWOOD & SATINWOOD INLAID, DAVENPORT  UPDATE: THIS MADE 900 AT HAMMER

    AN IRISH SILVER TANKARD

    AN IRISH SILVER TANKARD  UPDATE: THIS MADE 7,000 AT HAMMER

    ARTHUR K. MADERSON, "Crossing the Cunnigar, Low Tide, Evening, Dungarvan".

    ARTHUR K. MADERSON,
    “Crossing the Cunnigar, Low Tide, Evening, Dungarvan”. UPDATE: THIS WORK WAS UNDER NEGOTIATION AFTER THE AUCTION.

    A WILLIAM MOORE SIDE TABLE AT HEGARTY’S OF BANDON

    Saturday, November 12th, 2016

    A demi lune side table by the renowned Dublin maker William Moore is a highlight at Hegarty’s sale in Bandon, Co. Cork  on the evening of November 15. Estimated at 15,000-20,000 the satinwood and marquetry table is decorated with oval floral panels and a floral medallion.  From the collection of the late Maggie Glixted in Kinsale it is inlaid in satinwood, sycamore and tulip wood.  Other highlights in a sale which includes highlights from the collection of the late Dr. Marie Baker of Bantry at Hegarty’s are a c1765 Worcester basket mould dish (1,200-1,300), a Killarney wood jewellery box (2,500-3,000), an 18th century hunt table (3,000-4,000), a pair of landscapes by Edmund Johann Niemann (1813-1876) (4,000-8,000), a pair of unusual rosewood bookshelves (3,000-4,000), a pair of 19th century cast bronze figures of women bathing (2,200-2,800) and an 18th century dish top silver table (2,000-2,500).

    A demi-lune side table by William Moore

    A demi-lune side table by William Moore  UPDATE: THIS SOLD FOR 18,600

    A Killarney wood jewellery box

    A Killarney wood jewellery box  UPDATE: THIS SOLD FOR 2,200

    IRISH 18TH CENTURY FURNITURE AT HEGARTY’S AUCTION IN BANDON

    Sunday, October 16th, 2016
    The antique furniture, art and collectibles amassed over several decades by retired Cork based orthopaedic surgeon Mr. Tony McGuinness and his wife Geraldine will come under the hammer at an evening sale at Hegarty’s in Bandon on October 18.  The contents of Bealaha Bridge House, Kilbeg, Bandon form the bulk of the sale. Irish 18th century furniture on offer includes a card table and a wine table. A fine William IV oval ended dining table with two extra leaves is estimated at 2,000-3,000. A set of ten early 19th century dining chairs is estimated at 1,200-1,800 and a Regency rosewood fold over card table at 1,500-2,000.  There is an Edwards and Roberts display cabinet, a pair of Victorian library chairs, a 19th century writing table, a Regency rosewood sofa table and a selection of occasional furniture.

    Collectibles include some Cork silver pieces by William Egan, Oriental Famille Rose and Famille Vert porcelain, an Imperial green and yellow Chinese bowl with a five clawed dragon motif impressed with the six character mark, 19th century English porcelain and Moorcroft pottery. The catalogue is online. Here is a small selection:

    A late 19th century French giltwod pier mirror (2,000-3,000)

    A late 19th century French giltwod pier mirror (2,000-3,000)  UPDATE: THIS MADE 1,850

    Mark ONeill - Boots by the back door (2,500-4,000)

    Mark ONeill – Boots by the back door (2,500-4,000)  UPDATE: THIS MADE 5,200 AT HAMMER

    An Irish Silver tea set by Egans, Cork (600-800)

    An Irish Silver tea set by Egans, Cork (600-800). UPDATE: THIS MADE 750 AT HAMMER

    An Imperial yellow and green Chinese bowl (1,500-1,700)

    An Imperial yellow and green Chinese bowl (1,500-1,700)  UPDATE: THIS MADE 1,600

    IRISH LIBRARY BOOKCASE SELLS FOR 6,300 IN BANDON

    Thursday, September 15th, 2016

    AN Irish three door mahogany library bookcase was the top lot at Hegarty’s sale in Bandon, Co. Cork this week.  Complete with arched astragal glazed doors and in tip top condition it sold for 6,300. Bog Flowers by Patrick Scott sold for 2,300 and Turf Landscape by the same artist sold for 2,150. A walnut bow fronted chest on chest made 1,300 as did a coromandel wood folder card table. A mahogany bookcase with glazed three door up shelf units made 1,000.

    This Irish three door library bookcase made 6,300

    This Irish three door library bookcase made 6,300

    This walnut chest on chest sold for 1,300

    This walnut chest on chest sold for 1,300

    Patrick Scott - Bog Flowers sold for 2,300

    Patrick Scott – Bog Flowers sold for 2,300

    This bookcase made 1,000

    This bookcase made 1,000

    ANTIQUE FURNITURE AT HEGARTY’S BANDON SALE

    Saturday, July 30th, 2016
    A selection of antique furniture is on offer at Hegarty’s in Bandon on August 2 at 7 pm. Irish lots include a three door library bookcase with astragal glazed doors (3,000-4,000); an 18th century serving table (4,000-6,000) and a c1790 gilt wood pier mirror (2,000-4,000).

    A 19th century rosewood inlaid bombe shaped commode is estimated at 1,000-1,200 and a Regency card table is estimated at  1,800-2,200.   Art on offer includes a watercolour by the British artist Henry John Yeend King (1855-1924), a mixed media work by Arthur Maderson and an unsigned work by Declan O’Connor.  More than 300 lots will come under the hammer.  The catalogue is online. Here is a small selection:

    Henry John Yeend King, "The Path by The River, Watercolour

    Henry John Yeend King, “The Path by The River, Watercolour  UPDATE: THIS SOLD FOR 650

    19th Century inlaid, bombé commode

    19th Century inlaid, bombé commode  UPDATE: THIS SOLD FOR 1,800

    Rosewood, Late 19th Century Fold Over Card Table

    Rosewood, Late 19th Century Fold Over Card Table UPDATE: THIS MADE 750

    Irish three door library bookcase

    Irish three door library bookcase UPDATE: THIS WAS UNSOLD BUT IS UNDER OFFER

    ANTIQUE FURNITURE AT HEGARTY’S IN BANDON

    Tuesday, June 7th, 2016

    Antique furniture and collectibles will come up at Hegarty’s sale in Bandon on June 12. The sale will include contents from the Old Rectory at Douglas in Cork as well as items from collections in west Cork.  The catalogue is online. Here is a small selection:

    A 1960 Rolex watch

    A 1960 Rolex watch

    A Victorian rosewood library table (1,600-2,000)

    A Victorian rosewood library table (1,600-2,000)

    A Victorian low boy desk (900-1,200)

    A Victorian low boy desk (900-1,200)

    A Regency card table (2,000-3,000)

    A Regency card table (2,000-3,000)

    A marble fireplace (3,000-5,000)

    A marble fireplace (3,000-5,000)

    A BANK HOLIDAY SUNDAY SALE AT HEGARTY’S, BANDON

    Thursday, April 28th, 2016

    The country house auction at Hegarty’s in Bandon, Co. Cork on Bank Holiday Sunday May 1  will feature the contents of Kilcolman Rectory in Enniskeane.  Furniture from this and other estates includes a rosewood and ivory inlaid collectors cabinet (3,000-6,000), a bow front satinwood drawing room chest by Maples (2,500-3,500), a Regency rosewood Irish library table (3,000-5,000) and a pair of kingwood ormolu mounted marble topped chests (2,500-3,500).  There is an Irish Regency pier mirror which was once at the Imperial Hotel in Cork as well as Irish art, garden furniture and about 30 lots of jewellery.   The catalogue is online.  Here is a small selection:

    One of a pair of gilt framed 19th century oils

    One of a pair of gilt framed 19th century oils  UPDATE: THESE SOLD FOR 2,300

    A gilt console table.

    A gilt console table.  UPDATE: THIS MADE 1,650

    A Kazakh rug

    A Kazakh rug:  UPDATE; THIS WAS UNSOLD

    THE 1844 ORDNANCE SURVEY OF IRELAND AT HEGARTY’S

    Sunday, March 27th, 2016
    A set of bound volumes (13 in all) of the Ordnance Survey of Ireland, 1844 comes up at Hegarty’s sale in Bandon April 3. The survey just predates the famine and is from the collection of the late Margaret Ridgeway, founder of Kilcolman National Nature Reserve in Doneraile, Co. Cork.  Some of these items, including the Ordnance Survey which is stamped Lord Doneraile, were previously in the collection at Doneraile Court. Also included is a set of maps of Cork and Waterford by a Captain Larcombe, which were commissioned by Lord Doneraile in 1845 and used by him on hunting trips.
    Another lot of historical interest is the belt plate of the Kinnalea and Kerricurrihy Cavaly from the Westropp collection. The plate closely resembles that worn by the Royal Cork Volunteers and has been featured in the Cork Historical Journal.

    Antique furniture includes a Regency rosewood Cork fold over card table (2,000-4,000), an Irish early 19th century partners desk (3,000-4,000), a George II Irish gilt wood mirror (2,000-3,500), a four door library bookcase (2,000-5,000) and an oval George III fold over tea table (3,000-5,000).t of the sale at 3 pm on Sunday week.

    Six bound volumes of the 1844 Ordnance Survey of Ireland

    Bound volumes of the 1844 Ordnance Survey of Ireland.  UPDATE: SOLD FOR 8,200

    A Regency rosewood Cork fold over card table

    A Regency rosewood fold over card table. UPDATE: SOLD FOR  2,200

    The belt plate of the Kinnalea and Kerricurrihy Cavalry

    The belt plate of the Kinnalea and Kerricurrihy Cavalry.  UPDATE: THIS WAS UNSOLD AND UNDER ACTIVE NEGOTIATION AFTER THE AUCTION