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Larry Fill Estate Service

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Oct 21
9:30am to 5pm
Oct 22
9am to 5pm
Oct 23
10am to 2pm

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Our bi-annual consignment sale will represent 24 different estates from western Michigan.  The selection will include the best items from each estate in antique, art collectible and home furnishing categories.  Highlights of some of the items will include:

Tiffany Studios-New York Greek Key lamp shade with #370 bronze base, bronze figurine “Hunting Dog” by Paul E. Delabrierre (1829-1912), museum quality needlework sampler (circa 1830), Swiss hand bell, Holland leather fire bucket, WWII collectibles, large selection of clocks from Germany/Holland/Swiss/American, Civil War era sword, pair of German Aida kerosene lamps, walking sticks/canes, objects of Vertu, gold compact, painted portraits on ivory and figurines, perfume bottles, toy lead soldiers, vintage clothing, jewelry, cameos, world globes of exotic stone inlay, Persian rugs, limited edition “Lighthouse” collection, cast iron and tin litho toys, oil lamps, Apache Indian basket, Silvertone floor radio, Gurley transit, one of the finest collections of Holland Delft from 0ver 200 years of production including DePorceleyne Fles.

Mathias Alten (1871-1938) Oil Painting “Nude Bathers” (circa 1910), Frank Hutchens (1869-1937) Oil Painting “Under the Trees”, Jeff Johnson “Inner and Outer Space”, Bernard Bloomer (1845-1914) “Holland” watercolor, Hamilton Marlatt (1867-1929) “Holland Windmll”, G.W. Odmark “Holland Lighthouse” watercolor, two early 19th century oil painted portraits, limited edition “Wildlife Prints” and “Western Prints” by Frank McCarty.

An extremely fine carved and detailed 19th century display cabinet, Victorian walnut 7’4” pier mirror, pair of Victorian parlor chairs, J.G. Stickley (1912-1920) bookstand, blanket chest (circa 1840’s), 19th century mahogany wine cellarette, id-century chair by Eames Bertoia of Knoll, Selig-Poul Jensen “Z” arm chair and ottoman, J.L. Moller ottoman, tulip side table. Danish Dyrlund “Flip Flop” table and chairs, vintage Hacienda pine bedroom furniture, two vintage ship deck chairs, oak stack bookcase, oak parlor set, beautiful display cabinet by Berhardt, carefree plastic patio furniture, great selection of upholstered chairs/sofas/loveseats, cherry dining table and chairs by Harden, antique Empire mahogany game table, Mission oak bookcase, early cherry dresser and dropleaf table, French Provincial dining room table and chairs, Hekman writing desk, Henredon desk, nice set of four bar stools, Baker “Chippendale” king bedroom suite, Bake drum table, Tropitone 6 piece patio set, medical lift chair, oak queen size bed and dresser.

Cranberry, Moser, Opalscent, Pattern, Cut Crystal, Milk Glass, Carnival, Fenton, Lalique “Frejus” Stemware, Nippon, Limoges, Royal Austria, R.S. Prussia, Capo-di-monte, Wedgwood, set of Mikasa “Garden Harvest” dinnerware, set of Myott “Chelsee Garden” dinnerware, set of Wedgwood “Patrician”.

Shaker pantry boxes, cobalt decorated jugs and crocks, hand wrought copper and iron, butter churn, lightning rod, trunks.

It'll be sunny (we hope)! Temp 2226.

Victorian trade cards, 1876 Historical Atlas, postcards, book Michigan at Gettysburg, WLS booklets, Civil War letters and autographs!


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