Mealy’s sale is top drawer

Important provenance has a high prominence in Mealy’s forthcoming sale, where almost 800 lots include family oil portraits from Kilcooley Abbey in Thurles, Co Tipperary, a set of chairs from Windsor Castle, and the entire contents of Woodstown House,

8th November, 2008

Important provenance has a high prominence in Mealy’s forthcoming sale, where almost 800 lots include family oil portraits from Kilcooley Abbey in Thurles, Co Tipperary, a set of chairs from Windsor Castle, and the entire contents of Woodstown House, the Co Waterford home where the widowed Jacqueline Kennedy spent the summer of 1967.

In what is one of the best sales we have seen in recent times, the top furniture lots start with a fine...

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