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A sale in China last month could indicate a new development in the silver trade.

25th May, 2013
Johann Anton Eismann's Portrait of a Young Man sold for €6,500.

A sale in China last month could indicate a new development in the silver trade.

When 21 British auctioneers held a 'lets-dip-a-toe-in-the-water' sale of western art and antiques, results were disappointing for everything but silver - every single lot sold.

At Adam's recent Sunday Interiors sale six of the top ten lots were all Irish portable pieces of silver. An Irish Charles II ginger pot cover made in Dublin in 1680, and bought by Tony Sweeney...

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