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Cotswold-manor: Antiques & Decor: Sat & Sunday Sale

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Sat
Dec 10
9am to 4pm
2016
Sun
Dec 11
10am to 4pm
2016

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Terms and Conditions:

-NO Numbers -- please arrive and line up at the FRONT DOOR when you can.
-I do not conduct pre-sales as I want everyone to have the same opportunity!
-Payment: Cash; OR Checks for purchases totaling $100+ (with a photo I.D. and TWO additional forms of identification).
-If a check is returned, a $30 RETURN CHECK FEE as posted at the cash register, will be incurred.
-I reserve the right to DENY acceptance of any check or request that a check be cashed before releasing merchandise.
-If ANY check becomes non-negotiable, legal documentation will be filed with the St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney for investigation; subsequent arrest warrants may be issued by the police of the host municipality.
-Please obey the NO PARKING signs and the PARKING ATTENDANTS
-Please do NOT block resident mail boxes and driveways
-Eclipse, LLC and its clients are not responsible for any accidents or parking tickets.
-AND, PLEASE bring your own help to move heavy items. Staff cannot assist you.
-FYI: We estate sale companies are still pursuing prosecution of the woman who wrote "bad" checks to many of us in October 2015. She has been identified in a line up but is denying the thefts. Amazing!!! We are all steadfast in our mission to prosecute her, as we will prosecute ALL offenders who pay with non-negotiable checks or credit cards.
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Yes, friends, there truly is a Santa Claus!!!! 

And, this sale proves it!

I am excited and honored to share this fantastic estate sale with you.  It has been a pleasure to be in this home with its fine 18th-19th-20th and 21st century furnishings and to work with these wonderful clients.  Before we get into the details though, I want to share a brief history of the home and property.

The English Cotswold-style home was built in 1926 by the well-known Lammert family (i.e., Lammert Furniture).  It was part of a large horse farm that the Lammerts owned.  They lived in this 10,000 square foot home and carriage house for a number of years before giving the home and some of the land to the St. Louis Archdiocese.  The Archdiocese used the home as a residence for its clergy and converted the east wing screened sun porch in to a chapel.  They hired Emil Frei (noted stain glass artisans since 1898) to create the stained glass that remains in the chapel today.  Several Cardinals (including Cardinal Ritter and Cardinal Carberry) and Bishops lived in the home for many decades where they held daily masses in the chapel.  Eventually, the Archdiocese sold the property, and the priests moved to a new residence near the  Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis on Lindell Boulevard.  The neighborhood to the south and west is still referred to today as the "Carberry Subdivision." 

The current residents are the third private party to own the estate after the Catholic Church sold it.  They have hosted numerous social and charity events but have decided it's now time to down-size.  A new family is scheduled to move in soon to start their own traditions in this very unique and celebrated home.

Now, the details:

Parking Logistics:

   ****There is no access to the property until 8:00 a.m. on Saturday*****

AND

Can't wait to see you at our sale. Setup was 3150.

****There is no access to the property until 9:00 am. on Sunday*****

-There is no parking on Ladue Road.  However, permission has been obtained from the nearby neighborhood trustees to park across the street on COUNTRY FAIR LANE. Please obey the parking attendant in that  location and do not block resident mail boxes and driveways. Over-flow parking can be accommodated at White Bridge Lane which is to the west of the estate home.  

An attendant will be at the estate driveway entrance to assist you in walking across Ladue Road.  If you purchase items that cannot be carried to your car, a LOADING PASS will be given to you so you can pull into the driveway to load and then exit.  Just give the loading pass to the attendant as you leave .  A different color loading pass will be used each day. 

*I hope you can join us for some holiday cheer and

coffee/refreshments (while supplies last) on Saturday while you wait for the doors to open at 9:00 a.m.*    

 

Below is a SAMPLE of the items for sale.  The client had receipts for some things, so we attached copies to the estate sale price tags, when available:

Entrance-Outside:

-Two concrete benches; a pair of concrete lions; two tall cast iron urns

Foyer and Stairs

-An antique child's sleigh; Christmas decorations; framed art

Dining Room

-Two antique chests; Iranian rug; antique brass easel

-An oval BAKER dining table; set of 8 Neo-classic chairs; pine Welsh cupboard

-Antique mirrors; Napoleon III two-tier table; antique lamps; sculpture; fine china

Living Room

-A late 1700's drop front desk; 1860's naval chest on stand; bronze lamps

-Two BAKER sofas; large glass top cocktail table; Bergeres; rug

-YAMAHA baby grand piano; inlaid table; game table; side chairs; marble top chest; pyrography trunk

-Christmas decorations; oval copper kettle; andirons; nativity scenes; books

-A tall elegant SLIGH grandfather clock

Sun Room

-Lots of wicker furniture; a STARK rug; Lladros; DAUM crystal

-ROSEVILLE; VAN BRIGGLE; ROYAL DUX; WELLER; two Indiana Hoosier Salon paintings

-Costume jewelry; designer sunglasses; BELLEEK; WATERFORD lamps; occasional chairs

-Artwork; an antique English SPODE footbath; Majolica birds

Kitchen/Pantry/Mud Room

-Harvest pine table;  eight Country French chairs; chair pads; Country French hutch; large rug

-French pastry table; antique baker's table; lots of china; POTTERYBARN counter stools

-Antique wire settee; vases; lots of miscellaneous stuff

-Linens; chafing dishes; candles; cookware; stemware; vases; baskets

Family Room (this room is huge!!!!  All of the items that were stored in the attic were brought down to this room. We staged some throughout the house but also set up vignettes in this room)

-Antique French bench from Provence; BAKER chairs; campaign table/chest

-Antique backgammon table; numerous Windsor chairs, including newer DIMES Windsors

-Occasional chairs and tables; lamps; love seat

-Easels; dining table; vanity; mirrors; stained glass window; haberdashery chest; hats

-Chandelier; doll/children furniture; Christmas décor; air hockey table; stackable bar stools

-There is so much in this room---you can see more in the photos!

Upstairs - Hall and Loft

-An authentic William Morris (ARTS & CRAFTS PERIOD) mirror

-A custom made king size headboard and two custom made tables (by ZOLLINGER'S)

-A  GOTHIC bookcase; a Mission style library table; lamp; pottery

-Arts & Crafts:  book shelf and humidor

-Two corner chairs; ball and stick iron easel; rug from Iran; Directoire chair

Upstairs-Bedroom #1(there are five bedrooms upstairs but we are only using three of them)

-Vintage shabby chic chests and wardrobe; vintage 3-panel dressing screen; occasional chairs

-Venetian mirror; prints; toss pillows; duvet

-Vintage 1950's clothes hamper; rugs; lamps; side table; clothing/accessories

Upstairs-Bedroom #2

-Pine furniture:  chest; one-drawer table; queen bed

-Queen mattress set

-Chaise lounge; floor lamp; painted armoire; crewel fabric chair; vintage luggage

-Green trunk; linens

Upstairs-Bedroom #3 

-Clothing; linens

Upstairs Hall/Closet/Bath

-A tall pine bookcase; linens; quilts; books

Courtyard

-Lots of patio furniture; some concrete statuary; concrete jockey

Carriage House - Living Room & Kitchen & 1st floor Bedroom

-Two fawn color ultra-suede sofas; cocktail table; side table; lamp; four pressback chairs

-Small appliances; cookware; dinnerware; CDs; luggage; lamps; reptile cage

-Musical instruments; golf clubs; electronics; trestle table

Carriage House - Two upstairs bedrooms:

-Two maple twin beds; twin mattress sets; Ralph Lauren linens; two-drawer table; lamp

-Vintage bird's eye maple dresser/mirror; occasional chair; bird plates

-Lots of toys; electronics

***END of SAMPLE but keep going to see photos***

 

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