Contents removed from a Sundays Well residence including items from the old Fawcetts Hotel, Ballycotton. The final clearance from Ballynoe House and several other accounts.
Viewing Saturday 18th & Sunday 19th right through to Friday 24th from 10am to 6pm daily.
Collection - Sunday 26th, Monday 27th & Tuesday 28th from 10am to 6pm. (Opened through lunch)
Edwardian inlaid mahogany writing bureau. W. 76cm approx.(some restoration required)
A very good set of antique mahogany Cork 11 bar dining chairs, (6 singles and 2 carvers).
Antique mahogany butlers tray on stand and a pair of Victorian side chairs.
Antique pine side table fitted with a drawer. W. 107cm, D. 45cm, H. 76cm approx.
Set of five Victorian mahogany dining chairs raised on cabriole legs.
A large Victorian mahogany scotch chest of drawers with barley twist columns. W. 125cm, H. 166cm, D. 55cm approx. (It comes in two sections)
Munster GAA Story, Vol II, signed and The History of GAA in Midleton.
A silver single stone dress ring, size S/T together with a two stone dress ring, size P.
Silver dress ring, size T together with a silver cluster dress ring, size T.
Silver 15 stone dress ring, size T together with a silver citrine five stone dress ring, size S/T.
Silver three stone dress ring, size S/T together with a silver five stone dress ring, size R.
Silver eternity ring, size Q together with a silver teardrop silver stone dress ring, size S/T.
William Egan, a good Cork silver salver having pie crust border and raised on three feet, with inscription 'Presented to Henry St. J. Glynn on leaving Skibbereen by members of the Choral Society, Nov. 1944', 28 troy ozs. Diameter 31cm.
19th century plated decanter stand with blue and clear glass decanters.
An English silver lidded jug, the base inscribed from Jane Countess of Bantry 1877 (Jane Countess of Bantry was married to William Henry Hare Hedges-White who became the 3rd Earl of Bantry in 1868 after the death of his elder brother).
A good pair of antique Sheffield plated candle sticks on circular bases.
A pair of Sheffield plated candlesticks and a three handled tankard.
Silver back brushes in box and three silver napkins, Birmingham 1923.
Two silver sauce boats, one by William Egan, Cork 1971 and the other Sheffield, 1940.
A Gucci gents wrist watch with date aperture, the back stamped 9200M and Gucci trade mark complete with original box and purchased receipt.
An ornate silver and gilt Trophy Cup. International Cup February 1935 won by P.O'Brien's Bd. D. Ocean Might, Sheffield 1933, 88 troy ozs. Supplied by M. Roche, Patricks Street, Cork. Height 56cm.