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Dr. and Mrs L. D. Turner Antiques Sale

  • Estate Sale

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Nov 05
9am to 4pm

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All Sales Final. All Items "as is". NO early sales. Cash, Checks and Credit Cards accepted (Cards over $25, 3% fee on card sales over $500). Miss. 7% Sales Tax will be collected. NO Moving or Loading assistance. Purchased items MUST be picked up before 3 pm on Saturday. NO Shipping! ALL LARGE PURSES AND BAGS MAY BE SUBJECT TO SEARCH. Security on premises.
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Dr. and Mrs. L.D. Turner lived in the Crystal Springs Historic District, they collected very fine antiques to furnish this historic home.  Many pieces are by R. J.  Horner and Karpen Furniture.


FINE QUALITY IMPECCIBLY KEPT ANTIQUE FURNITURE: Walnut Victorian  1930's Crested Ornate Rococo Oversized Spinet compartment Desk,  Mahogany 3-piece Carved parlor set by Karpen Furniture, Edison Victor Victrola with oak horn and cylinders,  Renaissance Revival burled walnut and marble top Hall Tree, Rococo Marble top 1860 center table, Renaissance Revival Cartouche carved Burl Walnut Princess Dresser, Grand Rapids Renaissance striped mahogany Dining Room Table and Chairs attributed to R.J. Horner, Plus matching serpentine front Breakfront Sideboard with galleries, Matching striped mahogany Server, Matching striped mahogany China Cabinet with curved glass, Empire Revival Oak Sideboard with mirrored back, Antique French Birdseye Maple Bed (purchased from Interiors Market, Jackson, Miss.), Antique French Birdseye Maple Armoire (from Interiors Market), Mahogany 6-drawer Empire Dresser with glove boxes and inset marble, Mississippi Valley  Oversize Tall Blanket Chest in hand pegged cypress or heart pine, Mahogany Eastlake Fainting Couch With Great upholstery (Provenance from the Lotterhos family in Crystal Springs), Eastlake Aesthetic Movement large Settee and Side Chair, Oak Eastlake Fern stand, Reproduction 1940’s Victorian Rose Carved Parlor settee and two chairs with red velvet upholstery, Pair of ca. 1900 Empire Revival parlor chairs in gold and white upholstery, Martha Washington Sewing Table (needs repair), Eastlake Burl walnut Cylinder Secretary Base with Drawers, Smaller and Medium sized vintage Cedar chests, Walnut Half Octagon Curio Cabinet (Dr. Turner made from kit), Folding 3-section Oak Room Screen with Tapestry Panels. 


SPECIAL:   French Bronze 4" round hinged Powder box with Porcelain insert,   Set of 12 Cased European sterling Demitasse Spoons with Yellow Shell enameling on Bowl of spoon.


GLASS:  Blue Iridescent Carnival Glass Grape pattern Pitcher and 8 glasses, Pair footed single Candlesticks, 2 Sugar Bowls with Trays, Grape Carnival Butter dish, 8" Ruffled low Bowl, 8" Footed Fruit Bowl, Fenton Carnival Iridescent ruffled Bon-Bon dish, 7" Grape Pattern footed Candy dish with lid, Hen on nest, Grape Pattern Candy Jar, Blue Grape Pattern Carnival Bell, Oval large 10" Fruit Bowl, and Set of 8 Grape Pattern Blue Carnival Glass water goblets. Other Glass includes: Set of 6 Northwood Blue art glass tumblers with white Opalescent cased overlay, Westmoreland Blue Milk Glass Oversize Cream and sugar, Several small sets old crystal, Fan Pattern Lead Crystal Candy Jar, Set of 12 Clear Glass footed Shrimp Cocktail Glasses, 9 Ruffled clear glass Ice Cream Parfaits, Other wine, water and iced tea sets of stemware, Large Pinwheel Pattern Pressed Glass Punchbowl, Cups, and Ladle.


ARTWORK:  Washington Patriotic Order of Sons of America Masonic Print,  Period Pink Gibson Girl Print, Ca. 1908 Large Gibson Girl with Roses Print which is L- ICART lithograph, Two-panel Mirror with rosewood graining ca. 1870; “Can’t You Talk” dog.


DECORATIVE ITEMS:   Pair Ceramic Boy and Girl Busts with Marble Bases, Bronze Mounted 2 Handled Cake Plate, 20" Blue and white pottery umbrella stand, Capo di Monte White and Gold ceramic Column and ashtray.  


LAMPS:   Pair of Gone with the Wind oil lamps (1940s reproduction), Large Brass and Marble 2 Globe Argand style sideboard Lamp, Several Table Lamps, Green and white floral Old Paris style Table Lamp, White Porcelain Mid-Century Table Lamp, Cutwork style Mid-Century Lamp.


RUGS:   2 Large Matching 10 X 14 (approx.) Gold and White "Ming” design Wool Oriental room size Rugs, Karastan 8 x 10 area rug.    


COLLECTIBLES:  Two-tone crock, Larger crock, Eastlake Oak Mantle clock, 2 Glass Oil Lamps, Painted Victorian Kerosene Lamp Base, Blue and white Ironstone Pitcher and Bowl set, Sad iron, Smoothing iron, Vintage Canes, Vintage Violin with bow and case, Large 30" wooden Master Dough Bowl, Wall mount coffee mill, 6 Piece ironstone Pitcher, bowl and Bath set, Vintage 33 records and Mid-Century record Rack, Reproduction Redskin chewing tobacco spittoon. 


NO Household everyday items, NO linens, pots pans, etc or Outside items.  NO EARLY SALES. 

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