Wednesday June 3, 2020

Auction results

7th June, 2015

In the most profitable May Irish auction houses have seen in years, Sheppard’s made the sale of 2015 when a tiny piece of Chinese carved jade with an estimate of €4,000 - €6,000 sold for €260,000.

At Adam’s, collectors bid well over the estimates. Jack B Yeats’s Roundstone, Connemara sold for €58,000 (€25,000-€35,000); A Farmstead, County Armagh – an early work that won John Luke £5 in the 1928 Slade Summer Prize Competition –...

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