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Coy-Krupp is Honored to Announce a Special Sale
The Home of the late Charles Albert “Chuck” Comiskey II, grandson and namesake of the founder of the Chicago White Sox, and Donna Jo Comiskey
208 East 8th Street * Hinsdale
Saturday October 26th * 10:00 am to 5:00 pm * numbers at 9:30
Sunday October 27th * 11:00 am to 4:00 pm
The sale to include virtually the entire contents of the home as well as most of the wonderful light fixtures including: Venetian colored glass chandelier and pair of matching sconces; Pair of Sevres gilt bronze mounted wall sconces; Closet full of furs and huge closet full of vintage clothing; Set of four 19th Century Venetian carved, painted and gessoed open armchairs; G. Leonce, Flowers in Pots, oil on copper panel, signed and dated 1882; Atmos clock; Very fine silk prayer rug, 19th Century; Pair of Renaissance Revival carved and gilded chairs, the arms carved with putti; 17th Century Flemish tapestry; Chinese bronze and gilt bronze jar with high relief dragon decoration, fitted as a lamp; Chinese carved hardwood urn stand with marble inset top; Continental painting of parrots and pheasants with flowers, approx. 40x48 inches; 19th Century carved mahogany console with marble top; Black Forest carved oak clock with mother and child over dial and roosters; Unusual Steuben crystal stemware; Rare Lalique lobed bowl with frosted petal rim; Murano glass stork on brass legs; Cold painted wrought iron floor lamp on carved alabaster base; Chinese ivory inlaid four panel screen; Chinese lacquered and painted console table; A large collection of small items including Cybis, Royal Doulton, Wedgwood, Royal Copenhagen, Bing and Grondahl, Lladro, Hummel and other makers; Large Marie Therese crystal chandelier; Large Sheffield silver plated dressing mirror; R. Canonico, Venetian Canal, oil on canvas; Coffee table made from large antique bellows; French gilt metal cow head butcher shop sign, 19th Century; Carved and painted demi lune console having 18th Century musicians amongst garlands; Louis XVI style painted trumeau mirror; Pairs and sets of bronze and iron sconces; Set of four small mounted antlers; Renaissance style library table with wrought iron trestle base; Large collection of silver and silver plated table articles including hot water urns, covered servers, meat domes, platters, tea sets and more; French Provincial style dining table, chairs and buffet; Chinese painted leather four panel floor screen; Large Limoges painted pitchers; American Brilliant cut glass; French Provincial style pierced tin kitchen cupboard doors; Large quantity of china, crystal, barware, pottery and decorative accessories; Chinese wool rug, ivory field with cranberry border with moth motif; Jacobean style carved oak side chair with caned splat; 18th Century small scale armoire with paneled doors; Pair of French marquetry inlaid small chests; Pair of floral painted porcelain oil lamps; fitted for electricity; Large Italian glass sailfish; Woodard iron patio furniture; Three piece suite of Egyptian Revival tables, 1930; Pair of painted tole plaques depicting fish and game birds; Impressive carved walnut floor clock, 19th Century; Pair of column form tole table lamps; Pair of tole sconces; Pair of brass twin beds; Pair of white painted metal sconces; Vintage circus posters; Unusual pair of white painted wicker chairs; many sofas, chairs, tables, lamps, framed prints and paintings and much more in this very large and impressive home.
Directions to sale location: I-55 south to County Line Road North to 8th Street left.
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