IMPORTANT ABERDEEN, MS ESTATE TAG SALE
Featuring Rarely Found Helen Pickle Painting
This sale description was copied from EstateSales.NET on 8/19/2017 (19-20-11:27:37 AM). Please check there for accurate up-to-date information (225-54).
Friday November 4th
10 AM to 6 PM
Saturday November 5th
8 AM to 4 PM
We have the honor to be selling an estate of a family in Aberdeen, MS that has some great antiques and general household treasures. The very exciting part is that the family has a collection of Helen Pickle paintings which RARELY ever come on the market.
BIO INFORMATION ON HELEN PICKLE (1914-2002)
Helen was an Aberdeen, MS artist that is well known for her folk art paintings that many compared to the style and charm of Grandma Moses. She moved to Northern MS from Texas after her marriage. When her only son died in 1972, she suffered a series of strokes that left her immobilized in her left arm and leg. She learned to squeeze the paint tubes between her legs with help from friends, and she used only on hand to paint. All of her work was done totally from memory.
Her paintings were usually done on masonite and her husband Reuben made the frames by hand of fine quality walnut, cherry, and other woods. She expressed herself in very distinct style of paintings of the rural South that depicted a lot of characters with outstretched arms and hands with a delicate lacy style.
Her work of hand painted eggs have been displayed in the White House. Her works can also be found in several famous collections throughout the South. In life, she exhibited in the Delta and became a huge success and sought after artist.
Her work is included in the catalog for the exhibition, "Made by Hand: Mississippi Museum of Art. Helen Pickle"s work was also included in the exhibition "Twentieth Century Folk Art from the Collection of Flo and Jules Lafall," at the Lyman Allyn Art Museum in Connecticut in 1997.
We are please to have one of her paintings to offer for this estate sale. Pre-Sales are allowed with a buyer's premium. This process is explained on our Facebook page. All contact information can also be found on our Facebook page. You will find a link to this sale at the following site. The photo album for this sale is pinned at the top of this page. It will be added to as we take possession of this home and work on unpacking years of treasures.
This listing will be updated with more pictures and descriptions. Facebook has up to the day and minute updates and uploads of even more detailed photos
Mid Century Dining Room Suit
Needlepoint Bell Pulls
Washer and Dryer
Kitchen Table and Chairs
Kitchen Island with wheels
Lots of kitchen items like pots, pans, baking pieces, etc
3 Bedrooms of Furniture
Electric Organ with Stool
Old hymnals and sheet music
Early Pottery Pieces
Early Riley Pottery = beginning of Peppertown Pottery
Pigeon Forge Pottery
Gail Pittman Pottery
Several Handpainted Pieces of Pottery
Old Salt Glaze pottery pieces
Pottery Jugs and Pitches
SO MANY GOOD OLD POTTERY PIECES
Gail Pittman Pottery
2 Walter Anderson Prints Stamped and Signed by the person who did the hand coloing
HUGE SEWING ROOM FULL OF TREASURE
Bernina Sewing Machine
Bernina Serger Machine
Material, Patterns, Yarn Holders
Too Much Sewing Items to List
Beds, Nightstands, Chest of Drawers
TONS of handmade and hand sewn items
Needlepoint Bell Pulls
Dome Top Trunk
Children's Books from the 40's
Old Aberdeen papers and High School Collectibles
Toy cowboy items
Vintage small baseball bat with advertising
Ferragammo Shoes from Italy
Numbered Remington Prints
OLD Boy Scout Items
Old Blue Willow
Metal Kitchen pieces
Speckled Ware Kitchen pieces
Silver Serving Pieces
Outdoor Benches, Outdoor shed items
THIS IS A SUPER SMALL LIST AND A SMALL AMOUNT OF PICTURES
Every piece in this house is different and special and the lady collected very special pieces of art and pottery and most items are ones you don't see on a regular basis. A lot of time and thought went into every special piece she collected.
It is the best variety you will see anywhere!
Visit our FACEBOOK page and see hundreds of pictures. THE FACEBOOK PAGE BELOW HAS OVER 400 PICTURES AND IS UPDATED CONSTANTLY AS WE FIND AND UNPACK MORE ITEMS!!!!
We are available at any time for questions and look forward to seeing you at this very interesting sale.