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    An 18th century mahogany Chippendale bookcase was the top lot at the opening morning session of Sheppards three day sale of Belmont House and other important clients in Durrow today. It made a hammer price of 2,700 in a session where antique furniture attracted much competitive bidding. A George I walnut and herringbone inlaid low boy made 1,300 at hammer, an Irish 18th century silver table made 1,500, a Regency side table made 1,300, a Regency coffee table made 1,500, a 19th. century gilt over mantle made 1,100, a 19th century walnut centre table made 1,450, a Regency centre table made 1,700 and a satinwood and painted pier cabinet made 1,700. Waterfall, a tapestry wall hanging by Pauline Bewick made a hammer price of 5,600 in the afternoon session.

    18th century Chippendale bookcase made 2,700

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