More than 450 lots under the hammer

More than 450 lots under the hammer

Des O’Sullivan previews James Adam’s ‘At Home’ sale in Dublin.

Antique silver, a collection of 19th-century Moscow-made Gardner porcelain figures, French ebonised and boulle furniture, as well as a Japanese lacquer cabinet on stand, a large hunt table, art, rugs and numerous collectibles can all be found in abundance at the James Adam At Home sale in Dublin tomorrow.

The top lots, which have estimates in the range of €3,000-€5,000, include a pair of 19th-century ebon and boulle display cabinets, as well as a 1978 canteen of Sheffield silver cutlery, a marquetry and ormolu mounted credenza and aRegency brass inlaid side cabinet.

More than 450 lots will come under the hammer.

More than 450 lots under the hammer

Viewing is from 11am to 5pm today and the sale is at 11.30am.

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