Fine Arts: Stately Seafield gives up its treasures in Sheppard’s sale
The Donabate mansion’s catalogue of fine furniture spanning four centuries will go under the hammer from December 7-10
By the time Liam Cronin bought Seafield House in Donabate, Co Dublin, in 1996, the 18th-century mansion was little more than a shell. A massive renovation programme was completed in a year, but it took another four for Cronin to source suitable furniture and art for its interior.
Today it has everything one would expect to find in a stately home – furniture spanning four centuries, Irish and French crystal chandeliers, marble chimney pieces, Old Master...
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