KARIN'S CAUSES 3rd ANNUAL SALE CONTINUES
Don't Miss the Final Day --
Our Sale-at-a-Sale Saturday
It'll be sunny (we hope)! Temp 222.
Women's Resource Center
340 South Tuttle Avenue
Sarasota, FL 34237
Saturday November 5th, 2016
9:00 AM - NOON
Don't miss our sale-at-a-sale Saturday. We have lots of pretty items, and we are ready to horse trade on most of them. We're open only from 9 AM - NOON tomorrow, so plan ahead and get us on your estate and garage sales route before it's too late. See you at the sale!
PRIZES AWARDED: Buyers who purchase $100 throughout the sale may register for a surprise fishbowl drawing gift to be given at the conclusion of the sale. The person who buys the most will be given his or her choice of a bottle of Veuve Cliquot Yellow Label ($59 value) or a boxed set of Four Roses Single Barrel Bourbon ($60 value). So toast to that, and come by to shop
FINE JEWELRY: PEARLS, PEARLS PEARLS-- some w/14K accents; 14K gold & emerald set double strand pearl bracelet; 14K five strand pearl choker; pair of 1960's 14K turquoise/pearl floral earrings; large 14K necklace; Chanel black resin and crystal statement cuff bracelet; vintage Omega 14K gold and diamond "secret" bracelet watch; magnificent spun 14K yellow gold pearl Nikki Feldbaum pendant/brooch; 18K gold ruby cluster cocktail ring; gold/enamel Swiss-made Aero Neuchatel ladies pocket watch
FASHION/FINE COSTUME JEWELRY: Hundreds of pieces of costume jewelry, including “fabulous” fakes with cubic zirconium and vintage pieces from makers such as Napier; large rare Bakelite pieces; sterling necklaces, bracelets and rings; jade; selection of hand crafted Northern Plains Indian tribal jewelry, some with genuine buffalo teeth, many necklaces of various colorful beads -- great for the artsy set
ART, SCULPTURE AND BRONZES: Lots of it! Over fifty prints and original artworks available this year, including strong graphic scene --along the Danube in Budapest -- by Hungarian artist, Ferenc Bordás (1911 - 1982); many other works by listed and/or gallery artists such Chaim Gross, Frank Hopper, Thornton Utz, P. López, J. Durand, Halloran, Thompson Tunison and J. Harvey; Haitian artists feature with vintage vivid oil by Haitian Joel and work by Jacques Geslin; two 1969 Philip Sutton signed wood block prints; several very nice boat and marine paintings, including large scene of lighthouse in moonlight by Eugene Balardelle who showed in NYC in 1950’s; framed Miro and Picasso posters and bold Badenesque red and yellow theatre posters from 1970’s; Native American prints by Bob Dale and super realistic Native American traditional attire painting signed Luis; Chinese Leopard print by Guy Coheleach; some nice tile art by Haitian artist de Vendegies and by Venezuelan E. Rojo, and also three hand-painted Dutch scenic tiles; several attractive bronzes, including 11" rare 1883 - 1913 era bronzed spelter bust of Carmen by highly-regarded Franz Iffland; bronze Native American figure "Keeper of the Flame" by Clay Pryerton for the Noble Collection; jade-toned marble abstract sculpture by Zerbe, rotates on base... and much more. NOTE: Almost all our artworks are framed, but we crop frames out in many photos.
FEATURED WORK OF ART: Acquire a bit of history: We have a masterful 1838 portrait from the Philadelphia school, possibly from the circle of Sully. The sitter is Henry Schell who was a councilman in Philadelphia and grandfather to the important naval, battle artist and illustrator, Frederick B. (Boley) Schell (1838 - 1902). Descended through the family and donated by great-great-great-grandson of sitter. Sensitive rendering from artist clearly interested in psychology of subject. In elegant heavy gold frame.
BASKETS: Longaberger baskets from the 1980’s-90’s; Native American baskets, including two bear grass and yucca Papago peoples baskets; Yoruba glass bead basket; assorted miscellaneous baskets, including a few sweet grass
BOOKS: Three rare limited edition miniature books by Chiswick and Black Cat Presses -- Abraham Lincoln, Death of Lincoln, An Address of Carl Sandburg; miniature books from Budapest; miniature 1940’s Webster's Dictionary with 18,000 words; miniature 1st volume of Longfellow’s Hiawatha; an historic book, The Plain Dealer 1842 – 1942, first edition with inscription by Archer H. Shaw, a 30-year editor with Cleveland Plain Dealer; coffee table books on Faberge, Civil War history and African and Asian culture; two rare, prized E. Pelletan art edition publications: 1930 Romances sans Paroles with illustrations by Charles Guerin and 1927 La Bonne Chanson with illustrations by C. E. Carlègle; a lovely rare miniature celluloid/ ivorine Little Key of Heaven dating to Michael Augustine Corrigan, Archbishop of NY, who died in 1900; a 100-year-old Polyglot Bible; vintage magazines, including National Lampoon; limited edition numbered coffee table book “Lalique” with sleeve
CHINA, CRYSTAL, PORCELAIN, SILVER: Pair of antique Imari double-handled urns/vases; large hand painted Imari charger; glistening vintage blanc-de-chine standing happy Buddha, holding pearls of wisdom; fine crystal and glass including Waterford, Steuben, Swarovski, Murano; many beautiful glass bowls, wine goblets, plates and vases; Asian cloisonnés objects and vintage Asian figurines; collection of fine porcelain birds by Boehm, Cybis; sweet Italian faîence trinket or potpourri box with rose finial; more by Belleek, Zolnay and Philippe Deshoulieres; rare early Dresden soldier, Officer, 3rd Guards,1822 by Carl Thieme; and two full tables of silver plate and sterling from Barbour, Poole, Sheridan, Bristol and others, includes several tea sets, serviceable trays and compotes and three pretty salt and peppers -- just in time for holiday entertaining; and this just in -- two vintage Pillivuyt rabbit or hare terrines or casseroles -- utterly charming
COLLECTIBLES -- Limited editions, coins, dolls, ethnic: Byers carolers and other limited edition holiday items; plush and wind-up toys; three mid-century radios; classic games and toys; coins, including 1976 Mint set US coins; 2014 National Parks mint set; Indian head pennies dating from 1865 - 1888; German bisque Kestner doll; 16 inch Kewpie doll; several vintage Madame Alexander dolls; Native American dolls and suede clothing; 50-year old souvenir Indian children; pair of tall, wood polychrome Thai musicians; Knights of Columbus presentation sword
DESIGNER FINDS: Sweet, fine Asian jade carving of flowers and birds from the estate of Virginia Toulmin; big, bold fire engine red Chinese-style mirror, substantial looking but lightweight for easy hanging; many warmth- and interest-adding books and a few class-it-up bronzes; two quality 1980’s cherry and myrtle round lamp tables by Century from their Capuan Collection, retailed for $1795 -- dealers, these would fly out the door in Atlanta; two Jetsonesque black plastic and chrome mid-mod saucer-seat barstool chairs; large decorative art glass chargers; large brass Spanish house warmer; gemstone globe; several decorative boxes, hand painted, wooden and inlaid; a large table full of masculine office/study accents from clocks to bookends and buckles that give a man's space character and interest; and a lovely aged original Franz Iffland bronzed spelter bust of Carmen, perfect for an opera buff client
FURNISHINGS: We have two heavy round fruitwoods and myrtle lamp tables from Century Furniture's Capuan Collection, both from the 1980’s when they retailed for over $1700 each; two vintage Paul McCobb chairs, seats reupholstered so original tags gone, but previous owner said they were McCobb; two Jetsonesque space age black plastic and chrome barstools and pretty cinnabar-hued Asian chest, nice for entryway and under a mirror
LAMPS: Pair of heavy, finely cast antique metal rooster weathervane lamps; antique Wedgwood lamp with shade; numerous decorative lamps including pair of sweet, small lamps with figures; Art Nouveau style reading or small table lamp with curvy-neck and glass lily shade; cheery wood/resin rooster lamp with French provincial look and mid-century small shabby-chic metal floral chandelier in yellow, green and white -- very "I Love Lucy"
RELIGIOUS/DEVOTIONAL OBJECTS: Century old Polyglot Bible; an extremely rare miniature prayer book, Little Key of Heaven, with ivorene cover and dating to Michael Augustine Corrigan, Archbishop of New York who died in 1900, also mentioned under BOOKS; two giant prayer beads/wall rosaries and several smaller rosaries; vintage home altar set in box; two "tubby" carved monks, about 3"; lovely polychrome Mary/Sacred Heart pin and several pretty crucifixes to wear or set atop nightstands or tables
RUGS: Several casual rugs including brightly covered Navajo pattern throw and a floral woven in soft greens and pumpkin-y hues; small wool patterned rug, possibly Morrocan
VINTAGE and COUTURE CLOTHING: Mesh and vintage bags, 1960’S “Cher” dress w/fur trim, fake fur winter coats and vests, 1970’s Sarasota CB Club vest -- Remember when CB radios were hot back in the '70's, Bandit? Also have designer duds by Mr. Z of California and military attire, including a presentation Knights of Columbus sword, noted also under miscellaneous; evening handbags including 1920’s flapper bag, antique Whiting Davis clutches and other designer bags; full length cape, 100% Merino wool, vanilla white
A LITTLE SPLASH OF EXTRA: We also have a few nice perfumes and a couple vintage perfume bottles.