Victor Mee to host two-day sale
Family run, Cavan-based auction house, Victor Mee Auctions has announced its next decorative interiors sale – The Adams Collection Decorative Interiors Sale.
It’s due to take place online next Wednesday and Thursday, April 28-29.
The sale will feature the complete collected contents of the late Noleen Adams, an avid Irish collector of antique furniture and unique interiors pieces, whose collection developed over her lifetime.
Bidders can expect a host of highly sought-after interiors pieces within this sale, including Waterford crystal chandeliers, antique furniture, ceramics, silver and exquisite decorative items. In addition, the Adams Collection Decorative Interiors Sale will also feature garden furniture and statutory, leather and upholstered furniture, Georgian, Victorian, art deco & mid-century furnishings and collectibles items.
Commenting on the upcoming sale, auctioneer Victor Mee said: “Receiving full antique collections from highly established collectors is a real honour for us at Victor Mee Auctions. Being giving the opportunity to find homes for the fantastic collection of the late Noleen Adams is very exciting for our team. The Adams Collection Decorative Interiors Sale showcases a diverse range of interiors pieces and we are sure it will have something that will interest each and every bidder who tunes in online.”
Lot 100 is one of the star lots. It’s a pair of good quality Art Deco walnut and crushed green velvet upholstered club chairs and they are valued at €450 to €850.
A pair of good quality brass and glass lamp tables (lot 10) are expected to light up the room, achieving €350 to €650.
Lot 128 is a pair of exceptional quality 19th century French mahogany bedside lockers and they are estimated to sell for €400 to €800.
A19th century gilt wood console table with marble top (lot 154) is guiding at €400 to €800; while a good quality brass and mahogany telescope (lot 197) is valued at €300 to €600.
Lot 460A is a pair of exceptional quality cast bronze models of Storks. They are valued at €1500 to €2500; while a good quality Edwardian carved stone sundial with original slate dial is guiding at €800 to €160.