Silver and artworks for a Whyte’s Christmas

23rd December, 2014
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Whyte’s forthcoming Christmas sale gets underway with the Des Carrick Studio Sale: 179 works by a man whose gentle eye adored colour in landscape, both in Ireland, and on his travels through France and Spain – his first continental foray was facilitated by his winning the Taylor Prize in 1956.

The large silver section runs the gamut from Irish to Fabergé, the latter an early 20th century dessert service comprising six knives with steel blades...

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