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 19th century side chairs, pair of faux bamboo armchairs with matching table, heavily carved credenza, set of four ground chairs, pair of cane seat armchairs, etc., substantial volume of fine utilitarian and formal antique and modern accessories, glazed and unglazed storage jars, American and Asian textiles, Chinese and Persian oriental rugs, antique hand wrought metalwork, working decoys, huge art collection, substantial collection of books, many hand carved large/small mirror/picture frames, and many intricate, 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), mirrors, fine vases made into lamps, antique oriental rugs, brilliant period cut and plain glass, and numerous silver plated items will also be offered.
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Large and important cabinetwork, including a published interior faux marble door surround by Thomas Day, noted pre-Civil War North Carolina free black furniture maker, and other millwork will be offered.
Prices will be adjusted on Saturday and Sunday of this fine one living owner warehoused sale in Hillsborough directly off of highway 86 and a couple of blocks from interstate 85 behind Wendy's and Taco Bell/KFC. Come early, boxes on hand for your purchases, wrapping paper, and help! Any questions, please contact through personal email, Chapelhillfrank@gmail.com. Thank you very much.