This early 19th century Irish ash and elm 'hedge' chair, above, made in Co Cavan comes for sale at local auction house Victor Mee in Belturbet on February 26 with an estimate of €300-400.
Shown above is an 18th century Chinese export charger, 15in (37cm), with an armorial of a figure seated on an elephant, from a private collection from County Wicklow that will be sold by Sheppard’s in Durrow, Co Laois, on February 20.
A Clarice Cliff 'duck' stand together with four egg cups, all painted in the with the Crocus pattern, has hopes of £300-500 at Stacey’s in Rayleigh, Essex, on February 24-25.
The Rare & Fine Whisky Auction at McTearʼs in Glasgow on February 28 includes a 2004 bottle of Midleton Very Rare, the premium Irish blend that has become the flagship brand of the Midleton distillery in east Cork (home of Jameson Irish Whiskey). This bottle, numbered 3116 and in its box, has an estimate of £300-400.
A19th century mahogany chest of drawers with an unusual configuration of nine small drawers over six further larger drawers, 4ft 1in (1.2m) wide, has an estimate of £200-300 at Watsons of Heathfield, East Sussex, on February 20.