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Coy-Krupp Chosen to Sell Contents of David Adler's 1911 Carolyn Morse Ely House

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Oct 23
11am to 2pm

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Coy-Krupp Has Been Chosen to Sell The Contents of

David Adler’s 1911 Carolyn Morse Ely House

It'll be sunny (we hope)! Temp 2227.


111 Moffett Road, Lake Bluff

Saturday October 22 * 10:00 am to 4:00 pm * numbers at 9:30

Sunday October 23 * 11:00 am to 2:00 pm


An absolutely beautiful house full of absolutely beautiful things:  Pair of 18th Century terra cotta garden sphinxes; Grey painted Louis XVI settee with Fortuny upholstery; Pair of Empire tole side tables; Pair of Chinese green quartz table lamps; Aymar (American, 20th Century) Portrati of a Girl, oil on canvas; Louis XVI painted wood demi-lune console with marble top; Henri Maik (French, b. 1922) Tigers, oil on canvas; Louis XV canape, 18th Century; Pair of Empire bronze side tables with round marble tops; French parquetry inlaid reading table, 18th Century, from Glen Ora Farm; Pair of French marble urns fitted as table lamps; Chinese carved and lacquered cabinet with three drawers over three cupboards; Albert H. Krehbiel (American, b. 1873) Four summer landscapes, oil on canvas; Venetian Rococo carved walnut bergere, 18th Century, from Ed Hardy; Pair of Continental painted and gilded tabourets with zebra pattern cushions; Chinese ginger jar with lid, 18th Century, Nathan Bentz provenance; Two 18th Century French giltwood barometers; Red Chnoiserie painted lacquered and gilded coffee table; 18th Century French trumeau mirror; Dozens and dozens of great house, architecture and garden books; Two similar 18th Century Chinese famille verte rouleau vases; French Provincial tall case clock; French Provincial side table with one drawer on cabriole legs; French terra cotta figure of a draped woman holding a lyre, 18th Century; Pair of French Empire red marble and gilt bronze candelabras, 19th Century; Pair of Spode oval dishes, circa 1820; Pair of French tole figures of Chinese couple on plinth bases; French Regence mahogany and tric trac table, 18th Century, with inlaid game board well and removable top; Pair of Chinese Export covered tureens, circa 1770, with ram’s head handles; French Provincial sideboard, 18th Century, with paneled cupboard doors on curved feet; French canape with salmon toned Fortuny upholstery; George III walnut sideboard (dresser base)with three aligned drawers over scalloped apron on cabriole legs ending in pad feet; 18th Century French dining table; French limestone architectural fragments; Extensive collection of Quimper pottery; Pair of obelisk form painted wood etageres; Down upholstered club chairs and sofa with Lee Jofa upholstery; French carved wood figure of a boy with basket; Black lacquered chest of drawers with brass bail handles; Venetian mirror; Louis XVI painted sofa upholstered in beautiful floral vine and butterfly fabric; Fruit and butterfly watercolors by Anna Chiara Branca; Pair of Louis XVI fauteuils with silk plaid upholstery; Coffee table with bronze base and oval glass top; Several 18th Century French painted tapestry cartoons; Set of six wrought iron garden chairs, circa 1920; Three French garden tables with stone tops on wrought iron bases; lots of other garden ornaments, terra cotta pots, equipment and furniture; lots of china, crystal, glass, pottery, linens, clothing, paintings, drawings, prints and much more.  Very large house and every single item has been chosen with an incredible eye. 


Directions to house:  41 to Deerpath east to Sheridan Road north to Moffett Road ( just north of Lake Forest), you take a right and drive between the matched gate houses and then follow parking directions.

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