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Brookside Estate Sale w/ Fine Art, Designer Clothes, Art Glass, Baker, Henredon, & Hooker (KCMO)

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Thu
Apr 27
9am to 4pm
2017
Fri
Apr 28
9am to 4pm
2017
Sat
Apr 29
9am to 4pm
2017

Brown Button Estate Sale Services


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Cash, Check, Debit and Credit accepted with no minimums. For the benefit of all our customers, we do not allow previews, pre-sales or pre-pricing information. Load out assistance for large items available during most of our open hours. Plastic bags available, although bringing your own is encouraged. We hope you find our staff friendly and helpful.
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BROOKSIDE ESTATE SALE //  This Brookside home is located just northeast of Wornall & Gregory. It is full of wonderful furniture pieces including: King Hickory, Hooker, Lillian August, Fairfield, Lexington, Theodore Alexander and more. The sale also includes original oil paintings and designer clothing. 

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Original Artwork:
Charles François Daubigny, oil on panel, Le Labours Auvers (1873, France), 7 ⅜” x 13 ⅞”; A signed oil by the pivotal Barbizon school painter, Le Labours Auvers was featured in the book Barbizon: Journey to Impressionism, and its provenance includes a sale at Sotheby’s New York in 2005. Daubigny’s legacy is now cemented in art history, not only for the beauty of his bucolic plein-air landscapes, but for his direct influence on the Impressionists who would follow in the footsteps of his practices and aesthetic. Click here to read our article on Daubigny and his impact on the art world.

Other art pieces include: signed George Miksch Sutton watercolor on paper (“Owls”), signed Gregg Kreutz oil on canvas (“Last Light”), limited edition Bob Wilfong bronze on marble base “Dance of Love, Dance of Life”), plate-signed Thomas Moran etching (“Bridge in the Pass of Glencoe, Scotland”), two signed George Prisbe oils on canvas, two signed Vickie Schumacher acrylics on paper, signed Gerald Gatski oil on panel (“Orange Slices”), signed Zehg Lang etching (“Stuffed Rooster”), signed Richard Lithgow oil on panel (“The Peeper”), Japanese woodblock print

Furniture:
Milling Road by Baker maple dining table with draw leaves and six upholstered chairs, Milling Road by Baker china cupboard with drawer, Habersham Plantations distressed cherry artist-painted sideboard, Hekman illuminated display cabinet with bookcase top, Theodore Alexander barley twist occasional table with tooled leather top, Charles Rodgers brass queen sized bed, Hooker Furniture bombe chest, Maitland-Smith end table, Hekman end tables and coffee table, King Hickory sofa with chaise lounge and ottoman, Fairfield armchairs with nail head trim (pair), Herman Miller Aeron office chair, Hooker Furniture executive desk, Sundance Catalogue wrought iron queen bed, Lexington ten-drawer chest, Lillian August down-filled armchair with ottoman, antique camelback sofa, antique Chinese elm bench, marble-top four drawer chest, pair of rush-seat barstools, leopard-print accent chairs (pair), Hooker Furniture end table, antique wicker chest with oak top, Lexington four-drawer wicker chest, handmade oak chess table with alabaster chess pieces

It'll be sunny (we hope)! Temp 281.

Decor:
Three large area rugs, floor and table lamps including Currey & Co., Airedelsur polished Alpaca and onyx condiment serving sets, Howard Miller decorative tall case clock, Oiva Toikka for Iittala pair of blown glass birds, art glass vases by Jon Bush and James Engebretson, Orient & Flume art glass vase signed by artists Scott Beyers and Bruce Sillars, 24” signed salt glazed pottery pitcher, Halcyon Days enamel, Russian lacquered boxes including Palekh and Mstyora, Garnier Studio pottery, antique European birdbath purchased at the Pear Tree, decor including Neiman Marcus

Closet:
Burberry cashmere Nova scarf, Kate Spade shoulder purse, two Kate Spade cross-body purses, Eric Javits New York bag, Johnny Was silk dress, Tory Burch silk dress, Juicy Couture jacket
Women’s clothing including Joie, Burberry, Guinevere, White House Black Market, Arc’Teryx, Amma, Joseph Ribkoff, Rag & Bone, Windi River, Free People, Sunny Leigh, Calvin Klein, Bella Dahl, Spanx, Athleta, Prana, Banana Republic, and more
Women’s shoes (size 8 ½ to 9) and boots including Stuart Weitzman, Kate Spade, Steve Madden, Dan Post, Diba, Frye Jane, Gentle Souls, Ivanka Trump, Josef Seibel, Kork-Ease, Vince Camuto, Asics, Nike, Mizuno, and more
Small men’s closet including a Canali suit jacket, Cole Haan size 11 ½ loafers, Norrona coat, Kuhl jacket, Prana jacket, Rime specialized Body Geometry shoes, and a small variety of clothing

Electronics:
Meade telescope with case, Manfrotto tripod, iMac desktop computer with wireless accessories, Ibanez Troubador 25 amp, Drive CD 200B amp, Ampeg PF-500 bass guitar amp, pair of Phase Technology speakers, Apple AirPort Extreme A1143, Bose QuietComfort 2 headphones, Sony Handycam HDR-CX7, Canon Vixia HFS100, Denon DRA-697CI receiver, Denon DP-297 turntable, two Oreck vacuums

Kitchen:
Vita-Mix 5200 blender, Technivorm Moccamaster KB741 coffee maker, Le Creuset large lasagna pan, Cuisinart Pro Classic food processor, Jura Capresso coffee grinder, Pfaltzgraff dishes, Williams-Sonoma bakeware, TWG Design Teapot, variety of tumbler and dish sets, cutlery, miscellaneous kitchen items

Miscellaneous:
Books including a first edition/ first state copy of Mark Twain’s Following the Equator (1897) and 1828 printing of Fellowes’ Historical Sketches of Charles I, Tumi rolling backpack, two teak slat chaise lounges and a folding end table, Weber grill, concrete statues, chiminea, Ibanez guitar with case, two hand drums, free weights, Antiquaria throw blanket, Patch Magic quilt, Churchill Weavers throw blanket, miscellaneous linens including Williams Sonoma, Habidecor, Valdrome, and Pottery Barn

…and much more.

Thanks for looking,

-the Brown Button Team


FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:

Q: Do you accept credit cards and/or checks at your sale?

A: Yes. We accept checks up to $600 with a valid I.D. We also accept credit and debit cards without a minimum.

Q: Do you do any pre-sales or pre-views before the official opening day?

A: No we do not. We’re not fond of the idea of only letting a select few in a sale early to pick it over. Our sales and the items inside are offered first come, first serve at the official opening day of the sale.

Q: What is your refund policy?

A: We offer a same-day refund to customers with a receipt for an item that they have purchased and found to be in a non-working condition.

Q: If I purchase a large item, how do I handle the pick-up? 

A: 95% of the time, we have staff on site who can load items into your vehicle for you. If you need to come back to get your item,  we will write you a receipt so you can pick up the item up anytime during the sale's open hours. Depending on our schedule, we can prearrange a time for a Monday or Tuesday pick-up after the sale as well.  We do not deliver items. 

Q:  I'm interested in your services. How do I take the next step?

A: We'd love the opportunity to help you find the right solution for your estate.  Contact us through our form at www.brownbutton.com, Call 913-815-0505, or email us at sales@brownbutton.com.  Talk to you soon!

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