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Estate of Dr. and Mrs. J. Carter Wright

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Mar 24
8am to 5pm
Mar 25
8am to 5pm
Mar 26
8am to 5pm

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Prominent Carrollton, GA Surgeon and Entrepreneur

To Be Held

Friday,  March 24th, Saturday, March 25th and Sunday, March 26th

Sale hours are 8am to 5pm

IMPORTANT PAINTINGS:  "Daughters of Alexander, Fourth Duke of Gordon" oil by Gainsborough Dupont c. 1780;  possible view of Gordon Castle signed "M.R.S.";  Steve Penley original oil of Christ

FABULOUS ORIENTAL RUGS:  Hamadan, Kerman, and Keshan rugs from 3" x 5" to palace size.  Includes several long runners.

BOOK COLLECTION: many volumes from Easton Press including the 7 vol set on George Washington; 54 vol set of leather-bound books;  many 1st Edition and author-signed books; as well as hundreds of hardbacks including Civil War, Revolutionary War, biographies, and general fiction.  Also large collection of illustrated medical books and periodicals from 1950s.

FURNITURE:  c. late 1700 - early 1800s 9-drawer chest-on-chest; Federal transition vanity w/ mirror; Georgian sofa; mahogany Duncan Phyfe-style dining table made in 1937 in the Dahlgren's Furniture Studio in Houston, Texas; 8 mahogany Hepplewhite-style dining chairs;  Cane-bottom inlaid 4-seater hall bench;  Mid-1800s bookgrain burled walnut dropfront desk w/drop center compartment;  blind-front secretary/bookcase w/ candlestands;  Georgian rent table w/ hidden drawers; pair of Georgian mirrors w/ bellflower adornment;  Italian inlaid game table w/ 2 matching chairs - table has roulette, backgammon, chess, checkers, and felt top for cards;  Italian inlaid bar cart; and much, much more!

Can't wait to see you at our sale. Setup was 329.

CHINA / ACCESSORIES:  Theodore Haviland Limoges full set of china including serving pieces;  Wedgwood Ivy set; Spode Christmas set; copper chargers, pots, pans, molds;  crystal including Waterford and Thomas Webb;  Oriental bowls and vases, including a pair of Kangxi Period Chinese export porcelain bottles w/ Imari decoration; crystal bar glasses, stems, and other bar accessories;  Georgian tantalus and ebonized inlaid tantalus;  Oriental tea chest;  sterling and silverplate; linens; antique brass push-up candlesticks; hurricane globes;

CLOTHING/SHOES/ACCESSORIES:  Shoes (many new in box); purses, including many beaded evening bags;  silk blouses, designer evening wear, including Oleg Cassini, Doncaster Custom, Liz Claiborne, Howard Wolf  (many, many beaded and sequin jackets and blouses with matching silk pants);  hats, sweaters, belts, etc.

OTHER ITEMS:  Formula One racing memorabilia, Honda Elite scooter, motorcycle parts and tires; Ferrari books and magazines, Aston-Martin books and magazines; wrought iron patio furniture; candles; playing cards; copper molds; copper canister set; cookbooks;  University of Texas Longhorns memorabilia; cat and dog plates, pillows, stained glass, and figurines





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