Pair of Antique Bronze Garden Urns with Figural Decoration Twin Handled Each Approximately 5ft High
Victorian Mahogany Glazed Shop Cabinet Approximately 16ft Long x 7ft 8 Inches High Various Shelves to Interior Good Original Condition
Charles McAuley RUA 1910 - 1999 Cattle by River Oil on Canvas 14 Inches High x 18 Inches Wide Signed Lower Right
William IV Figured Rosewood Two Door Bookcase Glazed Upper Section Cupboard Below Further Carved Decoration to Upper Parts Approximately 3ft 8 Inches Wide x 7ft 9 Inches High Complete with Keys Good Original Condition
Ladies Cartier Santos Wristwatch with Cabochon Cut Sapphire Mounted Winder Articulated Bracelet Good Original Condition
The art world, a cruel unforgiving mistress.
“A mortgage casts a shadow on the sunniest field -” Robert G. Ingersoll
‘In the beginner’s mind there are many possibilities, but in the expert’s mind there are few.’ - Shunryu Suzuki, Zen Mind, Beginner’s Mind
As long silken fingers reached for her wine glass, I reached for mine. Line ‘em up barkeep.
Patrick Kavanagh, the great poet of field and life, was once in McDaid’s Pub when who walks in but Ted Hughes, later to become Her Majesty’s poet laureate.
Sadly another empty handed round trip to view some things for the auction.
It was an honour to know him, Mr. Donleavy that is.
To be without electricity for almost a year has been, in a strange way, revitalising.
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