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Estate Tag Sale
Brick Alley Antiques
Phone: (919) 304-6019
Sale Dates and Times:
8/4/2012 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM (Saturday)
8/5/2012 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM (Sunday)
Terms and Conditions:
TERMS OF SALE: We accept cash, good checks and credit cards (debit, M/C, Visa) with photo ID. Out-of-state checks must be approved in advance of purchases. All items must be paid for on the day of sale. Announcements made day of sale take precedence over written materials. All items are sold "as is, where is." All Sales are Final. Items must be removed no later than 4 pm on Sunday, August 5. Please respect the neighbors and do not block driveways.
ENTRANCE NUMBERS: A sign-up sheet will be placed on the front door of the house at 4 pm on Friday, August 3rd. Entrance numbers will be given out at 7:30 am on Saturday.
NO PREVIEW PRIOR TO THE SALE. PRICES ARE NOT REVEALED PRIOR TO THE SALE. NO EXCEPTIONS.
SUNDAY'S SALE PRICES
AUGUST 5th * 10 am - 4 pm
If an item has a price written in red ink....that is the new price for Sunday.
If an item does NOT have a price written in red ink, then the item will be 1/2 price when you check out.
Box Lot = you buy the WHOLE box
and take it with you. Please do not pick individual items out of a box lot or move
items between different boxes. All box lots will be 1/2 price on Sunday.
This sale is in a lovely home near the Wake Forest Road and Six Forks Road area of Raleigh. The sale is for the heirs of Alton L. (deceased) and Willowdean J. Strickland (living).
This promises to be another great sale with quite a variety of items: nice collection of antique furniture, major appliances, china, glassware, books, Karastan rugs, OOC's, limited edition prints, country items, and much more. There are yard tools, a push lawnmower and a generator for the guys. A Sampling of what you'll find is shown below. It is a whole house full!
Furniture: oak bowfront china cabinet with clawfeet, pine dining room table with 3 leaves & lazy susan, 6 rush bottom dining room chairs, mahogany dropleaf tea cart, walnut victorian sideboard with beveled glass doors & 3 drawers, walnut gateleg table, 45” tall mahogany music cabinet with ball & claw feet, pr, barrelback caned back chairs, Hammond walnut concert organ with voice box, upholstered wingback chair, crewel upholstered wingback chair, Conant-Ball Co. windsor chair, mahogany ball & claw serpentine front slantfront secretary, Story & Clark piano & bench, marble victorian round coffee table, pair walnut scalloped dropleaf end tables, Duncan Phyfe sofa with cornucopia arms, walnut balloon back velvet chair, 3 stack oak bookcase by Melton-Rhodes Co., pair pinnacle upholstered arm chairs, leatherette love seat sleeper, 2 door curio cabinet with 2 drawers, black hitchcock rocker, victorian 3/4 rope bed converted, oak center table, burl walnut victorian marble top 5 drawer chest, victorian dresser with marble insert, cedar chest, early plank bottom chair, oak fold down high chair, small walnut dome top trunk, queen size walnut pencil post canopy bed, mahogany highboy, walnut blanket chest with till and original strap hinges, walnut arm chair with blue leather upholstery, mahogany window table, traditional upholstered sofa & chair with ottoman, black recliner, mahogany smoking stand end table, wooden high chair, 3 rush seat stools, early wooden butter churn, oak pedestal table with 2 leaves, 6 oak t-back chairs, 4 pc. natural wicker set, large round ottoman, walnut bookcase with 2 paned glass doors, hanging old paint plate rack, oak library table with reeded legs, 1860’s 12-tin pie safe from the Jones Plantation, mid-century office desk, 4-drawer file cabinet, early toolbox, white wicker arm chair and foot stool, wicker sofa table with glass, white wicker side table with glass, white wicker mirror, 2 vintage wicker planters, old painted mantel, mahogany parliament wall clock, 2 card tables with chairs. Singer portable sewing machine.
Outdoor Furniture: round wrought iron table with 4 chairs, mustard paint bench, wrought iron side tables and chairs, bench, bench/arbor, cast iron pot, old well pump, several cement pieces, metal peacock & other, cast iron bell, unusual metal plant stands, white cast iron bench & chair, bird bath, bird feeders.
Jewelry: lots of nice costume jewelry.
Lamps: Bradley & Hubbard floor lamp, large GWTW lamp, Aladdin oil lamp, brass floor lamp, wrought iron floor lamp, brass student lamp & others.
Country Items: C.B. Craven pot, yellowware & greenware bowls, 2 early dough bowls, blue & white spongeware pitcher, hoosier sugar canister, mustard paint sugar bucket, butter molds, Longaberger baskets & others, set of 4 ironstone nesting bowls, wooden rolling pin, milk bottles, Raleigh advertising washboard, copper kettle, cast iron pans & other.
Glassware & Porcelain: collection of “Portia” glassware by Cambridge, carnival glass, candlewick, Spode lemon dish, “Slewed Horseshoe” punch bowl, lots of punch cups, set of Lennold “Blue Meissen” china, Homer Laughlin china, “Madrid” depression glass, set of Culbertson Christmas china & glasses, Corning Ware, set of Haviland “Apple Blossom” china & more.
Art and Mirrors: etchings by Howard Fain, collection of limited edition prints, John Pollins (registered artist) OOC Dutch scene, very early OOC pastoral scene in great gold gilt frame, early lakeside print, & others. Early bull’s eye mirror, very heavy gold gilt framed mirror & other very nice mirrors.
Miscellaneous: Porter-Cable 5250 watt generator (never used), Snapper push mower, yard tools, Echo weed eater, Homelite blower, Toro blower, 2 vintage wooden mill dollies, large homemade church that lights up. Christmas items, nice ladies clothes, pocketbooks, shoes, man’s tuxedo, linens, Christmas gnomes, lots of books, tons of sheet music, lots of decorative.
Appliances: Kenmore side by side refrigerator with icemaker, Emerson microwave, Jenn Air slide in stove/grill, Kenmore 500 washer, Whirlpool “Imperial Seventry” dryer, Tappan refrigerator upright freezer.
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