Ireland & Northern Ireland

Upcoming Irish Art Sale
44 Fitzwilliam Square: Works from the Estate of the Late Patrick Kelly
10th November, Sotheby's London

Although currently Sotheby’s Dublin cannot open its premises to the general public except for collection of purchases made in live and on-line auctions, we continue to be available via email dublinoffice@sothebys.com or by calling + 353 1 644 0200 to offer all other services to our clients.

We are happy to facilitate with valuations, 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. Valuations can be provided initially from digital images

To make an appointment please contact one of the team:

dublinoffice@sothebys.com / + 353 1 644 0200

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 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.

Appointments strongly recommended
dublinoffice@sothebys.com

Irish Art, including Property from the Collection of Sir Michael Smurfit Sale Results

Press Articles:
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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