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Limerick Georgian silver French style table or serving spoon with the Old Irish style crested handle marked three times with the mark of Samuel Johns c.1750, Sold for €1300
Cork silver dish ring or potato ring profusely pierced, etched and decorated with birds, swags and cartouche by William Egan, Cork, 1916, 8 ins diameter, 305 grams Sold for €1400

George III Irish silver Irish silver serving or table spoon with fiddle pattern handle, Samuel Neville 1807, 69gr. 9ins Sold for €260
  
 Cork silver sugar bowl with Celtic design band, Sword of Light hallmark for 1966, by William Egan & Sons, Cork, 1966, 245g. Sold for €380 
  
 3 Cork silver wine bottle coasters with decorative Celtic rims and each bearing a crest inscribed 'Lamh Dearg Eireann' by William Egan, Cork, hallmarked in Dublin 1971 Sold for €500 
   
Set of seven Cork silver dessert spoons by Father and Daughter team Carden Terry and Jane Williams, marked ‘sterling’ circa 1770, each 18cm, total weight 208g Sold for €720 
George III London Silver baluster shaped tankard with crest, hinged domed lid and thumb-piece, the scroll handle terminating in a heart motif. The entire profusely chased and embossed with flowers, scrolls and acanthus leaves, on a rising base. Dated 1768, makers mark FC. Sold fro €840
George III London silver helmet shaped cream jug with loop handle and on a raised square base having punched rim and embossed with swags, flowers and cartouche, 1883, 103 grams Sold for €200


Superb set of one hundred and seven pieces of Sheffield silver cutlery in mahogany canteen with drawers and lock, weighable silver 110.5ozs plus twelve silver handled dinner knives, twelve similar silver knives and three piece carving set, 1977-1979.
Sold for €3,600



Large George III Irish silver swing handled fruit or bread basket, of oval form, the upper body engraved with bright-cut decoration, standing on a spreading foot, 14.75 long, by James Scott, Dublin, 1803. Sold for €2,700



William Van Der Hagen

Oilpainting entitled “Cork Harbour 1738”

(48 x 91cm – 19 x 36 ins) depicting the island of Haulbowlinewith the castle which was the former clubhouse of The Water Club, and numerous sailing vessels in Cork Harbour.The Water Club of Cork Harbour, now the Royal Cork Yacht Club, was established in the year 1720 and is recognised as being the oldest yacht club in the world.

Sold for €360,000

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Superb Irish Killarney ware inlaid Arbutus marquetry games table.
Sold for €12,500

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George III bright-cut London silver teapot with a rising curved spout, domed hinged lid, decorative bands and cartouche. Total weight 460g, by Thomas Whipham, 1802 Sold for €260


Cork silver dish ring or potato ring profusely pierced and decorated with Cork scenes including Blackrock Castle, river, fishermen in boat, fish, flowers and scrolls, by William Egan, Cork,  8in diameter, 15.5ozs. Sold for €2,600


Rare George III Irish provincial silver soup ladle with shell bowl and having hook-end Rococo decorated handle with crest, with the mark of William Ward of Limerick.  Hallmarked in Dublin, 1772, 14.5in long. Sold for €2,000


Irish Georgian silver soup ladle with Old Irish Point style bright-cut decoration and Prince of Wales feathers engraved to terminal, 13in long, Law & Begley, Dublin, 1795. Sold for €750


George IV Irish silver coffee pot, profusely embossed and decorated with flowers, grapes, vines, on four cast feet, with crest and motto of Malone, by James Fray, Dublin, 1830.  €1,700


George IV Irish silver cream jug and sugar bowl profusely embossed with pastoral scenes and standing on four cast lions paw feet by John Egan, Dublin, 1821.  €1,300

We will hold an auction of Irish & god English Silver in November 2016
If you wouldl ike to include items please do not hesitate to contact us to arrange appraisal


Cork silver circular shaped salver or drinks tray with a raised scrolled reeded border and supported on four feet by William Egan, Cork, 1942, 14in diameter, 33ozs. €900


Cork silver strawberry dish, its sides fluted in twelve panels ad its interior decorated with an intricate Celtic band, by William Egan, Cork 1969, 8 ins diameter, 11ozs €850


Arthur Maderson ‘Point of sunset, Lerci’ Oil on board 55 x 77 Signed €2,600


Georgian school ‘A country home by a lake’ oil on canvas 50 x 75cm signed €500


George III Irish silver swing handled bright-cut sugar basket standing on a pedestal foot by William Doyle, Dublin, 1803.  €825


Victorian Irish silver cream jug with floral embossed decoration, on four cast leaf feet with crest of Moore by John Mahony, Dublin, 1847, height 7in.  €700


Irish Georgian silver soup ladle with Old Irish Point style bright-cut decoration and Prince of Wales feathers engraved to terminal, 13in long, Law & Begley, Dublin, 1795.  €750


George III Irish silver punch ladle with shell bowl and onslow pattern handle by John Craig, Dublin, 1773.  €750


George IV Irish silver bright-cut basting or serving spoon with Old Irish point crested handle by John Pittar, Dublin, 1783, 11.5in long.  €700


George III Irish silver soup ladle with shell bowl and having long bright-cut crested handle with feather edge decoration in the neoclassical style, by Michael Keating, Dublin, 1783. €700


William IV Irish silver two handled sugar bowl profusely embossed with flowers and grapes, with sea horse handles, on four shell cast feet, by James Fray, Dublin, 1836.  €650


Suite of three Royal Irish silver pierced dishes with lobed decoration, bearing the EEC mark for 1773.  €650

We have shown again and again, that the only place to sell Cork silver is in Cork.
If you are comntemplating selling silver, contact us for advice and appraisal


Set of six Cork silver bright-cut dessert spoons with feather edged handles by Carden Terry, Cork, c.1790. €650


Set of six Cork silver bright-cut teaspoons by Carden Terry and Jane Williams, Cork, c.1810. €500


Three piece Cork silver condiment set - pepper pot, salt cellar and mustard pot with blue glass liners, Dublin hallmark 1970. €460


Six George IV Cork silver table forks with fiddle pattern handles by Richard Forde, Cork. Dublin hallmarks for 1829, 10ozs. €320


Six Cork silver teaspoons with fiddle pattern handles by Richard Forde, Cork Dublin hallmarks for 1831/4/5, 5ozs. €300


George III Cork silver serving spoon with pointed handle in the neoclassical style by John Nichols, Cork, c.1770. €300


Cork silver three section holy oil set by William Egan, Cork. Hallmarked Dublin, 1964. €260


Cork silver circular pin tray or coaster with raised stepped rim and bearing the ‘Sword of Light’ commemorative hallmark for 1966, by William Egan, Cork, 4.25 ins diameter. €180


Edward VII London silver pierced drum mustard pot with blue glass liner by Mappin & Webb, 1903, 2.25in diameter. €170

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