Among the top lots at the James Adam At Home auction in Dublin today were this black lacquered French cabinet in late 18th century style. It made 4,000 at hammer, double the top estimate. A Burmese river scene by James Raeburn Middleton (1855-1931) made 2,800 at hammer. A pair of late George III upholstered armchairs made a hammer of 3,200 and a pair of George III style bergere armchairs made 3,800. A parcel gilt four poster bed made 3,400, a set of Art Deco library steps sold for 1,800, an Italian 1970’s brass framed coffee table sold for 2,000 and a composed Art Deco walnut veneered dining suite made 1,800.
(See post on antiquesandartireland.com for June 8, 2016)