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Living Estate Sale of Palm Beach Artist 30% OFF

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6/14/2013 9am to 4pm (Fri)
6/15/2013 9am to 4pm (Sat)
6/16/2013 10am to 4pm (Sun)
Third Right on Congress Ave. North of Forest Hill Blvd. 4 Th House on Left

Unique & Precious, Inc

(561) 444-5216
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SUNDAY 30% OFF ON MOST UNSOLD ITEMS. ( Precious metal items and a half doz. other items excluded)
We have the extreme pleasure and honor of presenting the living estate sale for Palm Beach listed artist Ouida (wee-da) George. Well represented in galleries on Worth Ave. as well as galleries world wide for decades. We are having a tag sale of the contents of her West Palm Beach home of some 54 years. Dozens of vintage and antique wicker and bamboo furnishings, almost 100 pieces of willow ware, as well as Portuguese, Italian and French ceramics. Iron and Bell castings from India. US & World coins and currency. Wrought iron tables and chairs, a pine breakfast nook, church pew, Asian decorative items, masks, fans, clothing and jewelry. Sterling flatware by Mogensen, Kirk... as well as many copper and steel kitchen molds. Primitive crocks, modern and vintage kitchen ware. A fantastic "Igloo" ceramic enameled mid-century free standing fireplace. A stained glass window (scene from "Infanta")  once mounted in a French train. A stone sculpture created by Lorrie Goulet wife of Jose De Creeft, and Creeft wood block. Many art, cooking, fiction, travel and antique reference books.  Pieces of furnishings and picture frames from her Parisian style studio, covered like a palate with the colors of history and her creative genius. And, most important, sketches, drawings, doodles and actual finished canvases such as" Moroccan Lady and Green Jade Tree" from the creative heart and mind of this lovely lady and artist. 
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