Taking a look at fine art in the round

Thanks to the latest IT innovation, art lovers are destined to spend even more time online: this month, Adam’s and Morgan O’Driscoll have introduced 360-degree viewing of selected lots on their online catalogues.

22nd March, 2015
A pair of Victorian owl saltsa

In Adam’s Margaret Hegarty silver collection sale, 360-degree viewing is available on pieces of highly ornate workmanship that beg to be examined in detail such as an Irish George III coffee pot by Charles Mullen, circa 1770 (€4,000-€6,000), a Victorian table centre in cast vine form by London maker Benjamin Smith (€4,000-€6,000), and the finest array of claret jugs the market has seen in some time.

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