Furniture sale at McAfee’s Ballycastle on Thursday

McAfee Auctions is hosting it’s first sale of 2022 this Thursday (January 20) in their Ballycastle salerooms.

By Claire Cartmill
Monday, 17th January 2022, 5:00 pm
A modern upright piano
A modern upright piano

There are lots of antique pieces of furniture, clocks, paintings and collectibles included in the 600-lot sale.

The catalogue is available to view on line with easyliveauctions where viewers can see the vast selection of lots on offer. Among them is a selection of display cabinets, bookcases, cylinder and other desks, dining tables, a modern upright piano, large selection of armchair, easy and ocassional chairs, hall, side and other ocassional tables, harpsichord, large upholstered three seater settee and matching armchair, three piece leather suite and selection of bedroom furniture.

Paintings include a selection of Victorian art and later works by Hamilton Sloan, Echlin Neill and Gregory Moore. Collectibles include a selection of Royal Worcester, Austrian ware, ruby, Waterford Tyrone and other crystal, a collection of hummells, doultons and bunnykin figurines, lots of tea and dinner sets, silver plate, coin sets, mask jugs and oil lamps. Clocks include two longcase clocks, selection of wall and mantle clocks.

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Viewing by appointment commences on Tuesday, January 18 from 11am to 1pm, 2pm to 5pm and 6pm to 8pm and on Wednesday 19 from 2pm-5pm by appointment. A virtual tour of the saleroom is available to view on the McAfee Auctions website. The entire contents can be viewed on where you can watch the sale live and bid on the evening of the sale. Further details from the auctioneers on 028 276 67669.

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