McAfee Auctions fine furnishings Loughgall sale
On Thursday, April 8, McAfee Auctions are in The Old Courthouse for one of thier fine furnishings sales.
Gerry Mc Afee said: “It’s certainly one of our better Loughgall sales and includes some very nice collections of Ceramics and there are lots of lovely small and larger pieces of furniture and smaller furnishings.”
Among the many pieces of furniture are a selection of sideboards, display cabinets, couches, chests, arm chairs, monks bench, hall chairs and other ocassional chairs, centre ,side, card and other ocassional tables, four fold screen, pieces of bedroom furniture, mirrors, standard and other lamps, prints, stools etc.
Collectibles include private collections of Worcester, moorcroft, Parian ware, doultons, hummells and other ceramics, lots of Crystal, brass, tea and dinner sets, pieces of solid silver, coins, mantle clocks, silver plate, jeweiiery and other boxes etc.
The entire catalogue of the sale can be viewed via the easyliveauctions website and you can view the sale live and bid live via there website on the evening of the sale. As always bids may be left and telephone bids can be arranged by calling the auctioneers. Take time to study the catalogue or visit the virtual tour on the McAfee Auctions website. Remember to register with easyliveauctions as soon as possible.
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