Southeastern Asian items offered at this once in a lifetime sale will date from the Han dynasty until the creation of the republic following World War II. Furniture including two sets of six dining chairs, four cane bottomed side chairs, pair of armchairs with matching table, altar table, set of four ground chairs, etc., substantial volume of fine utilitarian and formal antique and modern accessories, glazed and unglazed storage jars, American and Asian textiles, antique handwrought metalwork, working decoys, and elaborate carvings. All will be available in quantity and are in house ready condition.
American folk art (Sam Ezell, Jimmy Lee Suddath, J.T. McCord, Leonard Jones (GA), Clyde Jones, southern American furniture (several dining/breakfast tables, mirror, numerous gilt period frames, fine vases made into lamps, antique oriental rugs, glass, and silver plated items will also be offered.
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Large and important cabinetwork, including a published door surround by Thomas Day, noted pre-Civil War North Carolina free black furniture maker, and other millwork will be offered.