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4th October, 2015
One of a pair of Qing period powder blue vases, sold for €560,000 at Capard House

September 22 & 23: Capard House, The Collection of John Barrington, Sheppard’s; 82 per cent sold; top lots: pair of Qing period powder blue vases €560,000 (€30,000-€ 40,000), 3.01 carat diamond ring €54,500 (€60,000-€80,000), pair of Chinese blue and white bowls €40,000 (€6,000-€8,000), giltwood Chinoiserie mirror €14,000 (€8,000-€12,000), 19th century Italian School Apollo sculpture €7,400 (€1,400-€1,800).

September 28: Irish & International Art, Whyte’s, total revenue €700,000, 80 per...

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