Bringing home the silver
Adam’s has pulled out a plum with a number of rarities in its forthcoming At Home sale. Irish silver highlights include a large, heavy Irish Celtic Revival Monteith bowl made in Dublin by West & Son circa 1912, and from 1905 an Irish Round Tower muffineer, each with an estimate of €1,500-€2,000. From Cork, there’s a Carden Terry silver sauce boat circa 1770 and, rarer than hen’s teeth, a pair of Limerick salt spoons by...
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