Since Sotheby's Ireland office opened in 1978 , it has become a valuable resource for local clients. With the help of Sotheby's international experts in all areas of fine and decorative art, jewellery, wine, books and collectibles, we are able to assist you if you have questions regarding buying or selling, or wish to have an object from your collection valued. Our specialists are available to you and are happy to help you find out the value of your item and we can give you a face-to-face valuation whenever and wherever you are. Initial valuations can also be given from images. The Ireland office is also happy to facilitate absentee bids, private sales or arrange for the shipment of consigned or purchased property. At present, we are actively seeking consignments in all collecting areas for inclusion in Sotheby's upcoming sales worldwide.
We also have the following specific valuation days and if of interest, please do contact us. Valuation are free of charge and without obligation.
5th May: Impressionist and Modern Art
30th May: Luxury; Jewellery, Handbags, Watches
28th June: Jewellery
29th – 31st July: Jewellery
Valuation days may be subject to change due to Covid-19 Government Guidelines and travel restrictions.
Recent Sale Results:
Modern British & Irish Art
23 November 2021
Sale Total: 8,871,800 GBP
23 November 2021
Sale Total: 1,754,046 GBP
Irish Times, November 20th, 2021 ‘Irish art works from Michael Smurfit’s collection for auction at Sotheby’s Retired businessman says climate of Spanish home not suited to works of Irish artists’
Irish Examiner, November 20th 2021 ‘Captivating Irish art in the frame at Dublin and London auctions’
Independent, November 18th 2021, ‘Lowry painting set to fetch more than £1.2m at auction’
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