REOPENING APRIL 15TH FOR ONE-DAY BLOWOUT!!!
STILL PACKED WITH ANTIQUES GALORE!!!
PREMIER DOUGLASVILLE ESTATE SALE
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(HISTORIC ROSE MANOR)
8633 Rose Avenue
Douglasville, Georgia 30134
APRIL 15, 2017
8 A.M. – 6 P.M.
NOTE: BECAUSE THIS SALE WAS PREVIOUSLY CONDUCTED, SOME PHOTOGRAPHS MAY CONTAIN ITEMS THAT HAVE BEEN SOLD.
If you attended Rose Manor's first sale, you know this is a fantastic sale featuring three generations of discriminating collections found at Historic Rose Manor in downtown Douglasville. Built in 1899 & occupied continuously by its original family, Rose Manor is a rambling craftsman-era house filled with a century of possessions from three generations of a prominent Douglas County family.
The home is still packed. Collections from the main house, two outbuildings & gardens include exquisite American & European antiques, oil & watercolor paintings, engravings, prints, books, bronzes, clocks, marble mantel garniture, china, handblown Italian glass & crystal, millefiori paperweights, needlework, fine jewelry, antique rugs, sterling flatware & fine silverplate plus outdoor treasures rarely found in one sale!
TWELVE 19th C. SERVES PORCELAIN PLATES – Set/12 pristine Serves porcelain plates with 1846 date marks (believed to be part of the original 2,000+ piece “Service Ordinaire de Fountainebleau” ordered by French King Louis-Philippe on June 25, 1835 for France's Fountainbleau palace). Plates are imprinted with green “LP” monogram & crowned sunburst “Chateau de F.Bleau” marks. Each plate has a center medallion with radiating spearheads below key pattern wells & borders of beasts & foliage.
R. LALIQUE COQUILLE PLAFONNIER GLASS SHADES – Set/3 Rene Lalique mould-pressed frosted, opalescent glass platonnier shades, circa 1920s. Each underside features overlapping clam shells, 9-inches in diameter, marked with “R Lalique, France.” Shades have holes for hanging wires.
EUROPEAN & AMERICAN ANTIQUES GALORE – Classic George Steck baby grand piano with mahogany case, ivory keys & brass accoutrements; mid-1800s Italian carved mahogany sofa, beautiful French chests, hand-stenciled dressers & bedroom furniture, hand-stenciled china cupboards, massive bank teller's counter (original marble top; great for home bar), Chippendale, camelback & tuxedo-style sofas, gorgeous wood/gilt mirrors, wicker chaise lounger, painted/upholstered screens, Persian rugs (various sizes), antique baby carriage, quilts.
FINE CHINA, CRYSTAL & STERLING – Limoges-like fish set (platter & plates), Limoges & Haviland chocolate sets, several sets Haviland/Limoges monogrammed white/gold rim china (including pieces decorated by Lycett of Atlanta), English, Italian & German handpainted china & transferware, blue & white, handblown Italian wall sconces, antique/vintage cloisonné, Fenton, depression & Murano handblown glass, many vintage perfume bottles (large & small), antique silverplate trays & many Victorian trumpet vases.
PERSIAN RUGS & ARTWORK - Late 1800s Mashhad area rug, many European oils on canvas & board, pair English countryside watercolors, Gould & Audubon prints, old Venetian & gilt Chippendale-style mirrors.
ANTIQUE FIXTURES, ARCHITECTURAL & OUTDOOR FINDS – Dazzling, unusual crystal/wrought iron chandeliers (many original to the home), many distressed, shabby chic chests, chairs & tables (suitable for painting), heavily carved antique gilt frames, brass/iron fireplace fenders, handforged andirons & inserts.
COLLECTIONS GALORE – Books (leatherbound, art, architectural, history, international museums & gardens, travel, 1940s UGA "Pandora" yearbooks, volume sets), birds figurines, tin/wood boxes, Douglasville & regional memorabilia & paper, vintage pictures, pottery, holiday, decorative sea shell ware (including artisan shell sailors' boxes, mirrors & loose shells).
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