Collection of North Carolina Antiques
estate sale•2 day sale •sale is over
9am to 5pm
11am to 4pm
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All items sold as is. All sales are final.
Cash and Visa and Mastercard accepted (3% service fee on charge cards). Checks from known customers.
No food or drinks permitted inside the sale.
No pets please.
We reserve the right to restrict the number of customers inside the house at any time.
Numbers will be given out at 7:00 AM on Saturday.
No prices will be given out prior to the sale.
Customer is responsible for packing and carrying purchases. We are not responsible for lost or stolen items. Please bring your own bags and packing materials.
All purchases must be removed by the end of the sales day, each day.
There are no public restrooms.
Person attending sale assumes all risks related to the sale (before, during and after) including personal injury. Attendee releases the property owners, Mason-Dixon South and their representatives and agents from any and all claims.
Large items will have two-part tags attached to them. When you decide to buy that item, then remove the bottom half of the tag and write your name and phone number on the top half. Once you take the bottom of the tag to the cashier and pay, then you may remove the item.
(You may use stickers with your name and phone number to attach to the top part of the tag.)
Announcements made the day of the sale supersede all advertisements either written or verbal.
Please come and have a great time! We look forward to seeing you!
Collection of a discriminating collector of antique North Carolina furniture and smalls, as well as other American and English antiques.
Moravian two piece flatwall cupboard, circa 1820
Moravian walnut one piece corner cupboard, circa 1810
Piedmont walnut pewter cupboard, circa 1830
Local walnut inlaid corner cupboard, circa 1830
Local walnut inlaid chests of drawers, circa 1830
James Gheen walnut blanket chest in green paint, circa 1810
Sanders pine blanket chest in red paint, circa 1830
Small Yadkin County open top cupboard
Sugar chest in red paint
Wonderful small Windsor mammy's bench with original decoration, 1830
Windsor comb back arm chair in black paint, circa 1830
Numerous miniature blanket chests in pine and walnut
Tall case clock, Piedmont, North Carolina
Jelly cupboard; benches, small and large
Decorative early quilts; coverlets; table runners, linens
Early burl bowl
Baskets; pantry boxes; Shaker items
Jugtown pottery and Ben Owen, Master Potter, pottery including teapots, creamers, sugars, pitchers, chargers, plates
Salt glazed pottery; other North Carolina and Seagrove pottery
Alkaline glazed pottery
Iredell, Catawba County, paint decorated blanket chest, circa 1820
One drawer tables including local Queen Anne tavern table
Children's chairs and high chairs, cradles
English transferware including Stephenson, Stubbs & Kent, Clews, Stubbs, Riley, Adams, Davenport
Two drawer blanket chest signed Peter Benbow
Painted bucket benches, several
Early pantry jars
Early armchairs, side chairs
Pewter holloware and plates
Many small children's items; dolls; bears
Original John Furches painting of Bethabara Church
China, stainless flatware, kitchen items
Christmas feather trees, Santas, ornaments, decorations
Papier mache Santas and shorebirds by Richard Lane
Leather bound books; other books
Silhouettes, framed prints; sampler
Tall post queen size beds
Canopy top converted rope bed, queen size
Dining room table and chairs, Queen Anne, reproduction; Inlaid sideboard; Hickory Chair Company
Beautiful custom sofas, wing chairs
Karastan rugs, braided rugs
Prints, paintings; Chippendale mirrors; lamps
Brass candlesticks; sconces; andirons, firescreen
Eli Terry mantel clock
Reproduction end tables
33 1/3 LPs; cassette tapes; CDs
Fur jackets and faux fur jackets
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