Irish lots poised to add bite to Big Apple sale

This early 19th-century table is one of a number of Irish lots at Sotheby’s Style, Furniture and Ceramics sale in New York on Thursday (October 24).

The George IV walnut marble-topped table with a light brown marble top is from a private collection in Connecticut. It is estimated at $20,000-$30,000.

Irish lots poised to add bite to Big Apple sale

An mid-18th-century Irish George III console table is estimated at $30,000-$50,000 and a c1740 walnut and rouge royale marble wine cooler described as possibly Irish has an estimate of $50,000-$80,000.

There are a number of lots of Irish silver in the sale including:

  • A 1769 beer mug by John Tudor, Dublin ($4,000-$6,000)
  • An 18th-century salver by John Hamilton, Dublin ($3,000-$5,000)
  • A 1717 octagonal sugar bowl with the maker’s mark WP ($10,000-$20,000)
  • An octagonal teapot (Dublin 1714) with a price tag of $12,000-$18,000

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