Waterford event to offer antique hunters plenty of variety

Waterford event to offer antique hunters plenty of variety

Waterford event to offer antique hunters plenty of variety

RJ Keighery's sale offers an across-the-board selection, says Des O'Sullivan. Curiosities include an antique barograph in a mahogany case.

FEATURING a set of 12 Hepplewhite dining chairs, jewellery, art, rugs and Waterford Crystal, Monday’s sale at RJ Keighery’s City Auction Rooms in Waterford offers an across-the-board selection.

There is a castiron dog’s head garden seat, ecclesiastical brass vases, Victorian oil lamps and card tables.

The jewellery selection includes a tennis bracelet with 14.5 carats of diamonds (€10,000-€12,000), as well as a sapphire-and-diamond three-stone ring (€6,000-€7,000).

Also on sale is a diamond stud earrings (€3,400-€3,800) and an emerald and diamond cluster ring (€5,500-€6,000).

One of a set of 12 Hepplewhite dining chair
One of a set of 12 Hepplewhite dining chair

Curiosities include a Victorian mahogany invalid wheelchair and an antique barograph in a mahogany case.

Viewing for this sale of more than 700 lots takes place from 12pm to 5pm today and tomorrow. The catalogue is online.

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