Items removed from religious order together with two house contents collected from Natt Ross, Cork.
A lot of the furniture show signs of wear and tear and viewing is essential.
A large antique oak coffer, the front panel extensively carved and dated 1902 more likely made for the Cork Exhibition, the interior fitted with two candle boxes. L. 189cm, D. 59cm, H. 75cm approx.
A Victorian inlaid and figured walnut drawing room table, the oval top on centre pod support having four turned columns and inlaid splayed feet. Table top measurement 140cm x 110cm approx.
Shelf of Chinaware to include a Beatrix Potter, German porcelain bird, etc.
Royal Copenhagen - A Danish porcelain figure of a seated fish seller with fish and scales together with a Danish figure of a dog.
Fish seller - height 22cm, dog - height 20cm. (2)
A pair of antique French carved rosewood drawing room easy chairs having open arms and raised on cabriole legs.
A full set of late 19th century Stations of the Cross in oak gothic shaped frames- (prints) (14)
A large 19th century metal figure of an angel with trumpet and plaque - PALS, there can be no real friendship anywhere until men get well Acquainted, September 1917. H. 100cm, diameter 35cm.
Four framed Players cigarettes bird pictures and a box of coaster. (5)
A large Crucifix together with a smaller framed crucifix.
Length of large one - 92cm approx.
Antique mahogany fold over card table. W. 90cm, D.46cm, H. 75cm approx.