Morgan Estate Sales Presents "Furnishings of a Pasadena Icon"

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Dates
Sat
Jun 1
10am to 4pm

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PLEASE NOTE: We do not post a "wait list", nor do we observe any list posted by others. Our policy is that we will hand out numbers to those waiting in line an hour before we open.
ALSO: WE WILL NOT BE ABLE TO REPLY TO PHONE CALLS, TEXTS OR EMAILS REQUESTING FURTHER INFORMATION ON SALE ITEMS OR PRICES.
Entry will be through front door ONLY.
We accept cash and major credit cards, with a 2.75% fee.
Unless you have a valid California resale number -- PLEASE HAVE IT WITH YOU! - you will be charged sales tax.
No purses, backpacks, or heavy coats allowed in the house - please leave them in your car.
Due to close quarters and numerous breakable items, we may restrict the number of people allowed into the house at the beginning of the sale.
No refunds; all sales final; all items sold "as is". We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone.
We will provide wrapping paper and bags, but please bring your own boxes as we have a limited number. PLEASE DO NOT BRING LARGE BOXES.
We are not able to provide help in moving large pieces, but we can recommend a moving service.
Active alarm system in place.
Please do not disturb resident.

Morgan Estate Sales is very pleased to present a special one-day sale:

 "Furnishings of a Pasadena Icon"

in the Historic Home Built by a Leader of the American Arts & Crafts Movement

 

Dr. Robert Winter was known academically as Arthur G. Coons Professor of the History of Ideas, Emeritus, at Occidental College, and known affectionately as “Bungalow Bob.” He was revered in Pasadena and far beyond, notably for his contributions to the history of the California branch of the Arts & Crafts Movement.

His home for decades, along Pasadena’s Arroyo Seco, was built in 1910 by Ernest Batchelder, whose Arts & Crafts-inspired tiles ushered in the golden age of California tile making. Batchelder produced his first tiles in a portable kiln in the back yard of this home. His tiles and architectural elements are installed in residences and public buildings as far east as New York City. 

 

One Very Special Day Only!

Saturday, June 1st        10:00 AM to 4:00 PM

626 South Arroyo Blvd., Pasadena 91105

 

FURNITURE INCLUDES: 8' Arts & Crafts-style dining table custom-made for Dr. Winter in the mid 1970s; Arts & Crafts ladder-back chair; 2 Arts & Crafts rockers – 1 diminutive, 1 full-size; Victorian needlepoint-covered parlor chair – needlepoint done by Dr. Winter's mother; Arts & Crafts side table with Batchelder tile top; Arts & Crafts arm chair and four matching side chairs; 19th c. American ladder-back slipper chair with woven rush seat; mahogany side table; Stickley 1993 Arts & Crafts-style floor lamp with leaded-glass shade (#35 Fayetville); Selig Danish mid-century occasional table; Mid-century stool; English Pembroke "Johnson Hadley" inlaid table; small marble-topped table; German grandmother clock; regulator clock; small Arts & Crafts fall-front desk; mahogany sleigh bed; mahogany dresser with pivoting mirror; tilt-top games table-chair; Berkey & Gay linen cabinet; pair of 1920s twin beds; Dr. Winter's mother's sewing cabinet; two large flat glass-topped display cabinets (formerly held Dr. Winter's Batchelder tile collection – donated to the Pasadena Historical Museum); vintage 8 x 10 view camera with film holders & tripod; large brass tray table from Hong Kong; and more.

 

FRAMED ART: 4 chromolithographs of Native American chiefs (Daniel Rice/James Clark), 1842; Piranesi print; Beryl Morse Greene watercolor; Harold Spencer large modernist acrylic; Albert Clinton Conner oil/canvas, 1904; Austin Whittlesey watercolor, 1917; vintage framed architectural photographs; Dufy print; and more.

 

DECORATIVE ARTS: Steuben gold Aurene vase, 8"; pair of small Arts & Crafts hand-hammered copper table lamps; various Batchelder and Gladding McBean tiles and fragments; several Roycrofters copper pieces; candlesticks; 2 prs. 1920s Chinese metal silhouette scenic panels; Bauer cookie jar with lid; Dirk Van Erp copper bowl; Handel lamp; table lamp with slag glass & metal-cutwork shade; large 19th c. brass jelly pan w/handle; platters; late 19th c. large Chinese wedding basket; Chinese pewter altar set, ca. 1860s; Chinese Republic Period umbrella stand; Chinese Provincial Double Happiness hall vase; large (20") Sascha Brastoff wall pocket; Frank Lloyd Wright marionette; vintage copper ewer by Hector Aguilar (Taxco); Daum pate de verre "Chasse Royale" eagle by Marcelin Deforge; assorted silver plate; assorted sterling; Indonesian bamboo angklung musical instrument; and more.

 

MANY BOOKS: Includes fabulous library of books on architecture and architectural history.

 

IN ADDITION: Oriental rugs; glassware; smalls; kitchen items; china; classical LPs; 600+ classical CDs; and more.

 

Robb Morgan and the entire Morgan Estate Sales crew look forward to seeing you here!

 

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