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    Louis XV style kingswood and brass ormolu mounted bombe shaped vitrine with Vernis Martin panels  UPDATE: THIS MADE 3,800 AT HAMMER

    A Louis XV style vitrine  and a Victorian ebonised credenza are among the prime lots at Marshs sale in Cork next Saturday (June 18).  Estimated at €2,500-€4,500 the kingswood and ormolu mounted bombe shaped vitrine on splayed legs is complete with 18th century French lacquer Vernis Martin panels.  There is brass and tortoiseshell boulle inlaid decoration on the credenza complete with gilt ormolu mounts and Sevres panels. It is estimated at €2,000-€3,000. There is a good selection of antique furniture including a Georgian corner cupboard (€1,200-€1,500), a French gilt upholstered five piece drawing room suite (€500-€1,000), a Victorian marquetry two door side cabinet (€2,000-€2,500), an unusual set of four Regency style upholstered window seats (€700-€1,000), a Georgian inlaid bureau bookcase (€500-€800) and a Georgian bow front sideboard (€400-€500).A four tier 28 branch glass chandelier is seven feet in height and will require a special setting to be displayed to spectacular effect.  It is reasonably estimated at €1,200-€1,500.  Equally imposing is a pair of matching cannons on carriages with an estimate of just €800-€1,000.  Collectibles include Waterford Crystal, silver, clocks, gilt mirrors, paintings, watercolours and prints.  The catalogue is online

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