Our specialists continue to be available to you and are happy to help you find out the value of your item. Whether it’s a painting, piece of jewellery, a bottle of wine or a sculpture, we can give you a face-to-face valuation whenever and wherever you are. Sotheby’s Commissionaire Hans Lomulder explains how our Virtual Valuations service works.
We are delighted to welcome Sotheby’s specialists to Ireland once again. If the following valuation days are of interest, please do contact us.
Friday 16th July, Chinese Works of Art, Dublin
Tuesday 20th July, Contemporary Works of Art, Northern Ireland
Wednesday 21st July, Old Master Paintings, Countrywide
Monday 26th July, Modern British & Irish Art, Northern Ireland
Tuesday 27th – Wednesday 28th July, Modern British & Irish Art, Countrywide
Friday 13th August, Books & Manuscripts, Dublin
Friday 9th September, Jewellery & Watches, Dublin
Tuesday 21st September, Early British, Irish & Old Master Paintings, Northern Ireland
Wednesday 22nd September, Early British, Irish & Old Master Paintings, Countrywide
Thursday 23rd September, Modern British & Irish Art, Countrywide
Since Sotheby's Ireland office opened, 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. If you wish to enquire about the possibility of offering a work for sale, please call the office prior to visiting. 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.
44 Fitzwilliam Square: Works from the Estate of the Late Patrick Kelly
10th November, Sotheby's London
Irish Times, March 14th 2020, 'Art Trove built from bricks and mortar goes on the block'
Irish Examiner, March 14th, 2020, 'Scott and Yeats to headline Irish contents sale at Sotheby's'
Sunday Business Post, March 29th 2020, 'Going by the book: a collector's guide to the best reads on art'
Irish Times, March 28th 2020, 'Cash in the attic? Now is the time to go looking'
Luggala lots fetch 525,000 euros at Sotheby’s
Fine furniture from grand Irish houses in London sale
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