Welcome to another fun filled Sunday auction at Corbett’s!! I cannot keep stressing to all of you how much new, interesting, unique, sometimes creepy new items we get each and every week! Every auction is a whole slew of new merchandise! And by new I mean...new to us! We can safely say that we can cover every decade of the 20th century this week! So keep on reading and discover something that you(or someone you know) can’t live without!
As a tiny (and friendly) reminder….the gift giving season is quickly approaching!! We have so many unique and one of a kind items, it will blow your mind! Don’t give mom a blender….she doesn’t want or need one, come and get her a piece of amazing jewelry….like the stunning sterling and glass cameo pendant-it is beautiful and it’s fairly certain that her bridge partners won’t have one. She will be the envy of the room! After all she does deserve it! For dad, we have some amazing hunting/utility knives with intricate detailing on the hilts. Seriously you can’t go wrong! We can be your one stop shop for all your gift giving needs!!
Double Auto Auction!
2000 Saturn SL1
1998 Cadillac STS
To Be Auctioned
Sunday, October 15, 2017 - NOON
Furniture: Marble top 3 drawer victorian dresser with ornately carved mirror supports, Eastlake dresser with glove boxes, glass front bookcase, Mission style built-in cabinet with leaded glass front, victorian vanity/desk with mirror, victorian secretary, nicely carved smoke stand, Nichols and Stone Hitchcock style chair with emblem of Cornell University, drop-front secretary, ornately carved and upholstered telephone chair, burgundy leather club chair, carved child’s corner chair, FANTASTIC mid-century rush and bamboo dining set with table, chairs, small cabinet, buffet and two side tables, contemporary 4 poster bedroom set, numerous side and accent chairs (victorian and needlepoint) tea cart with inlaid top, leather and driftwood chair set with small drink table, 6pc bamboo barstool set, glass top table with 6 bamboo chairs, Henredon ‘circa 60’ mid mod style table, pair rush seat bar stools, long and low Packard Bell console stereo (seriously epic!) round lamp table with gallery edge, 1950’s radio cabinet -ready to customize!, pair of bamboo lounge chairs, brass and glass room divider, tile top accent table, 3 globe chrome floor lamp with marble base, Thomasville bedroom set, 3 pc mid-century table set, Great Homestead House armoire with drawers and shelves, table/chairs/china cabinet set, french styled dresser, Rush and bamboo rocking horse, glass top asian fish bowl with accent table, rocker with bi-centennial embroidery, mid mod dining set with boomerang patterned table top, 8 drawer Globe library cabinet, mission style ½ sized rocker, beautiful 7 foot green mid century sofa-in amazing condition!
Antiques and Collectibles: Lovely Waterford and Marquis water pitchers, candlesticks, wine and water glasses, Sterling serving bowls, meat fork, teapots and salt and pepper shakers, Nikon camera/vintage Kodak Duaflex II/Browning Holiday Flash and Pax Sunscope cameras along with lenses and flashes, hunting/utility knives-all super functional ranging from basic to ornate, copper kettle and copper ewer, vintage juice press, super cute Nutcrackers, a lovely violin with case, Swarovski crystal candle holders, Shannon Crystal by Godinger vanity set, Red Wing USA bowl, lovely porcelain and china serving pieces (the details are amazing), Noritake Altadena dinnerware, Fiesta dinnerware, silver plate tea service, large assortment of glass, cut glass, and crystal bowls, vases, and serveware, beautiful Heintze bronze and sterling vases and candleholders, antler art candleholders, carved wooden flask, vintage scales from Toledo, a Detecto baby scale, and an awesome brass ‘liberty’ scale, lots of Asian inspired decor. -do you know someone moving out from Mom and Dad’s? We have a complete kitchen starter set!! All the small appliances they will need to ensure they aren’t eating Ramen! Cuisinart, GE, Sunbeam, Hamilton Beach, and plenty of bowls and bakeware! Spartan sewing machine, lots and LOTS of vintage Christmas decor, vintage Boy Scout uniforms/books and various tools of the Boy Scouting trade, and finally, a very popular item of late-LICENSE PLATES!!
Jewelry, Sterling and Coins: Lovely sterling and glass cameo pendant, Estana Othello watch, 1920’s sterling woman’s ring from Tiffany and Co, woman’s Elain watch (in box-perfect for gift giving), pocket watches, pocket watch chains, sterling Navajo pins and charms, sterling napkin rings, sterling tea pot with antler handle, sterling Persian ewer, Persian incense burner, 2-1921 dollar coins, and a 1922 liberty dollar.
Ephemera, Photo’s and Books: awesome leather postcards from 1906-07 (so cool!), tons of great vintage photo’s some of them depicting scenes of Colorado ‘back in the day’, Billy Blew-Aways alphabet picture book from 1882! Cool movie cards from the 40’s, beautiful hand colored postcards, childrens books, vintage Life and Ebony magazines, lots of leather bound antique books including volume I and II of Biography of Mythology (some cozy reading)
It’s Electric! Beautiful teak table lamp, hand painted (kinda creepy) Raggedy Ann glass lamp, RCA Victor radio, Atwater Kent radio, a lamp with a brass oil derk for the base, marble base lamp, beautiful tiffany styles glass floor lamp.
Toys: Gilbert chemistry set (if you didn’t blow up something as a kid, here’s your chance to try again), Marklin mini Orient Express Train set, Hummel dolls, Storybook dolls, Effanbee dolls of Mae West and Mary Poppins, Play Skol set of ‘The Holiday Inn’, an erector set with motor, large assortment of international dolls, Lionel “The Black River freight train set”, lost your marbles? We have your replacements here!! And finally a great assortment of tin toy cars and airplanes.
NEW CATEGORY ALERT!!
Oddities: Because I couldn’t figure out where these two items should reside...and didn’t want to leave them out, we have ‘Oddities’! We have a rather large taxidermy bobcat, and…. Wait for it… the cutest taxidermy baby alligator carrying a mini umbrella and bag. I don’t care for taxidermy myself, but I am rather drawn to this piece!! I have named her Agitha in case you are wondering.