Over 400 lots – The remaining contents from Charleston, Midleton, also contents from the Old Church of Ireland School House, Ballycotton, together with a Cobh and Co. Limerick contents. (Cork Silver) etc. Collection of books, 1974 Rover 3500S V8 Car.
A good Irish Georgian inlaid mahogany corner cabinet with swan neck cornice, astragal glazed & panel doors, raised on bracket feet.
A copy of the will of John Evans - Freke, 6th Baron Carbery (1765-1845). Numerous relatives are mentioned in this will along with his property in Rosscarbery and Castle Freke.
Antique mahogany low sized linen press having panel doors & fitted with 2 long & 1 long drawer. Circa 1860.
A rare Victorian mahogany collectors cabinet probably for samples - stamped Burgoyne's Patent Mechanism interior.
A good quality Edwardian mahogany 2 door drawing room cabinet with shelved interior.
A good silver 2 handled bowl by Carrington, London 1896. 27 troy ozs.
A heavy London 19th century silver 2 handled cup with fluted decoration, 14 troy ozs.
A fine silver & cut glass table centre piece, Sheffield 1871. Makers Initials - W.B. 66 Troy ozs
An Irish silver dish ring in the Rococo style by johnsons of Dublin, 1905. 12 troys ozs.
Mixed lot to include a London silver mounted horse shoe, pair of Birmingham silver buckles & an 9ct gold mounted cigarette holder, Patersons, Dublin. (4)
Set of 6 silver tea spoons & 2 silver presentation spoons - Birmingham & Sheffield. (8)
A cased set of 6 Sheffield silver tea spoons & tongs & a cased set of 6 Sheffield silver tea spoons. (2)
A rare English silver tea pot, Newcastle 1798 by John Roberston II, 17 troys ozs.
Pair of Georgian silver serving spoons, possibly Thomas Seymour, Cork.
A rare Cork silver sauce boat engraved F. H. July 20th, 1767 with man on horse back by Carden Terry.
A cased Birmingham silver condiment set, a pair of Chester silver salts & a Birmingham silver mustard with green glass liner. (4)
Silver topped inkwell, chester vista case and a Birmingham silver match box holder. (3)
An English silver bowl with embossed decoration, London 1898, 12 troys ozs.
Four antique silver serving spoons (3 Irish & 1 Scottish) dating from 1797 - 1825.
A leather cased toilet travelling set with silver mounted jars, London 1901 & a cased decorative plated brush & mirror. (2)
Georgian Irish silver tongs Samuel Neville, Dublin 1833 together with part silver centre piece & bag of coins. (3)
Pair of Edwardian silver plated salvers by Egans of Cork, one with inscription "Presented by the Cork Harbour Commissioners through their Chairman Mr D.J. Lucy to Miss Long on the occasion of her marriage, 2nd Feb. 1918".