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Monthly auctions in our city centre auction rooms
featuring Antiques, Fine Art, Irish Silver, Objets d'art, Furniture & effects, Collectables, Militaria, etc.


Antiques, Fine Art, Collectables and garden furniture

August 19th at 11am

Featuring the Estate of Prof Tom Raftery deceased,
Vince Murphy deceased, (Late CBC),
Hilda Regan deceased, Rushbrook,
Contents from 'Alverna' Douglas Road, other house sales and estates in Douglas and Bandon.

A limited number of entries can be included

Selection of rugs
Edw inlaid desk
Large dining table
James Joyce plaque
Tiffany lamp
Forthcoming Auctions:

Antiques, Garden furniture & Statuary - August 19th

Important Antiques & Art - September

Special colelctuion of Irish & English Silver & Collectables - October

Military Cross and set of medals
Archdeacon Tom Duggan OBE MC
Sold for €8000

Pair of Wm IV Tea Tables
Sold for €2,500
Pair of Coalbrookdale garden seats sold for €3500
Wedgewood dinner servive sold for €1500
Lalique 'Sirena' plate - Sold for €4800

Shine Valentine’s Charity Ball 2017
We are delighted to be guest auctioneer for the annual ball auction

Peter Scott 'Geese' Sold for €1600

We were delighted to sponsor the online auction to help 'Culann Wants To Walk'

Shine Ireland
We were delighted to sponsor the annual ball auction

We were delighted to sponsor the annual ball auction and pre-ball online auction

Woodwards Auction of Collectable silver shows that there is strong demand for mid-level priced items with many buyers investing in silver instead of other commodities.
With internet and absentee bids from home and abroad on over half of the items, the bidders in the room were having a tough time getting their hands on their preferred lots.
Tom Woodward said ‘We are working hard on gaining absentee bids from abroad by investing in our own site and collaborating with most of the online bidding sites. In this auction we had bids from all over Ireland and England– both regular and new, one from Scotland, a bunch from America, one from South Africa and two regulars from Australia. With silver items mainly being small and easily posted, we have opened up our auctions to a worldwide audience of bidders.’ Woodwards were the first Irish auctioneers to sell properties on the Internet, many years ago. ‘Technology, and selling using that technology, is developing fast and we make sure that we are to the forefront of that by partnering with these groups and websites. We also use Facebook to market properties and auctions and have found a growing number of people accessing out information through this media’

Woodward will have a silver section in their forthcoming auction

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