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    18th century carved gilt overmantle mirror Cahir Park House in Tipperary. UPDATE: THIS MADE 11,000

    WITH everything from tapestries to chimney pieces, art, jewellery and a Rolex Oyster watch the three day Chatsworth Summer Art sale by Fonsie Mealy on June 14, 15 and 16 has drawn collectible pieces from estates right around Ireland like Strokestown House, Co. Wexford, Cahir Park House, Co. Tipperary, the McAteer estate from Newcastle, Co. Down, Celbridge Lodge, Co. Kildare and many other properties.

    The most expensively estimated furniture lots are some 18th century overmantle and giltwood mirrors in a range from €7,000-€15,000.   Other top lots include a fine pair of William Kent style  carved giltwood console tables (€4,000-€6,000), a giltwood and gesso centre table (€3,000-€5,000) and a pair of ornate Victorian Gothic Coalbrookdale radiator covers with sienna marble tops (€3,000-€4,000).

    One of a pair of Victorian Gothic cast iron Coalbrookdale radiator covers. UPDATE; THESE MADE 3,600 AT HAMMER

    A c1720 Antwerp tapestry by Jacob Van Der Goten (€8,000-€12,000), an 18th century Flemish tapestry (€5,000-€7,000) and some wonderful chimney pieces will attract considerable attention for their rarity at this live and online sale.  Lots like a white marble inlaid chimney piece in the manner of Pietro Bossi (€5,500-€7,500), a carved white marble Portman fireplace (€3,500-€5,500) and an early Irish Kilkenny black marble chimneypiece (€3,800-€5,000) are not to be found every day. There is fine furniture, antique collectibles, silver, ceramics, art, miniatures, clocks, taxidermy, jewellery, carpets and light fittings in this treasure trove of a sale. Viewing is underway in Castlecomer.

    George I Kilkenny black marble chimney piece. UPDATE: THIS MADE 6,200 AT HAMMER

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