A collection of Japanese Imari porcelain, including a pair of ginger jars, a bowl and plaques will come up at Woodward’s in Cork next Wednesday at 6pm. 

There is a selection of Waterford crystal and a large Mason’s Ironstone dinner service estimated at €500-€800. 

Furniture includes a breakfront regency sideboard (€500-€1,000), a Georgian walnut games table (€500-€800), an eight-piece drawing room suite (€800-€1,200), a Georgian linen press (€300-€500) and a Victorian library table (€400-€500). 

The sale is on view from noon to 5pm today, 2pm to 5pm tomorrow and from 10am to 5pm on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.


There is viewing in Cork from 9.30am today for Marsh’s sale of contents from the Victoria Hotel on Patrick St at noon. The 600-lot sale, which features wardrobes, dressing tables, lockers, desks, armchairs, chandeliers and a 20ft-long bar counter, takes place at the hotel.


Freemason’s Hall at Molesworth St, Dublin is the venue for Whyte’s sale of history, literature and collectibles at 11am today.


Vintage and modern jewellery will come under the hammer at James Adam in Dublin next Tuesday at 6pm. Viewing for the 180-lot auction gets underway at 2pm tomorrow on St Stephen’s Green.


There will be antique fairs in Ennis and Dun Laoghaire tomorrow. Hibernian Antique Fairs are at the Woodstock Hotel in Ennis and Vintage Ireland is at the Royal Marine Hotel in Dun Laoghaire. Both fairs run from 11am to 6pm.


The Lavit Gallery on Fr Matthew Quay, Cork is having a sale until October 24. The not-for-profit gallery is open today and from next Tuesday. It is offering 30% off selected stock.


Lynes and Lynes had a well attended sale in Carrigtwohill last Saturday. A c1900 mahogany shop display cabinet made €1,350 at hammer, a four-door library bookcase made €900; a Victorian dining table made €650 and a swing handled silver basket by George Wheatley, Dublin, 1796, sold for €460.


A Georgian long case clock sold for €4,100 at Woodwards last week. A Wedgewood dinner service sold to an internet bidder for €1,500 and a pair of Coalbrookedale garden seats made €1,500.


At RJ Keighery’s sale in Waterford the top lot was a brass breakfront boulle cabinet which made €5,400. A pair of Meissen urns sold for €2,700.


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