The top silver lot is a large 1798 centrepiece by London makers William Pitts and Joseph Preedy.
This bears a crest suggesting that it was made for the union of two Irish families. It measures 133 × 47 centimetres (€8,000-€12,000).
Wholly Irish is a mahogany long case clock, circa 1770, the square brass face inscribed George Dougherty, Dublin, 237 × 48 × 25 centimetres (€3,500-€5,500).
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