Antiques & Vintage Auction, Part II - Dryden, NY Estate

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  • Location Dryden, NY 13053
Dates

Sale Starts

Sun
May 29
12pm

Sale Ends

Sun
Jun 5
12pm

Terms

Preview times are to be scheduled BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. Call or text, 607-280-2727 to schedule a preview time.

Online auction runs May 29, 2022, 12:00pm and begins closing on June 5, 2022, at 12:00pm.

Pickup / checkout times will be scheduled by appointment from June 6th-12th, 2022, in Dryden NY.

You can expect a call from our office within two (2) days auction close to collect and arrange payment and to schedule pickup of items.

Auction Terms & Conditions: Purchaser agrees that all items in this auction are sold AS IS and WHERE IS, with no warrantee or guarantee expressed or implied. It is the responsibility of the buyer to inspect goods before bidding. Preview times are available to bidders, by SCHEDULED APPOINTMENT ONLY. Please call or text 607-280-2727 to schedule a preview appointment.

Responsibility for items sold transfers to the purchaser, at time of auction close. ALL SALES ARE FINAL. No returns, substitutions, or other transfers allowed. All purchases must be paid for at time of sale.

PLEASE NOTE: All auction sales are final. Although we make every effort with due diligence to inform bidders of all aspects of items we represent, it is incumbent upon the bidder to ascertain, to their satisfaction, the authenticity, condition, shipping / transportation costs or any other factors that may influence their bid, BEFORE BIDDING. By bidding, you are agreeing to the terms of this auction. Your bid is considered a binding legal agreement. All payments must be at time of item pick up, unless other arrangements have been agreed to in writing by the bidder and Grace Estate Sales.

There is a 10% buyers premium added to final auction values for this sale. Additionally, NY State Sales Tax (8%) will apply to all buyers. If you are NYS Tax exempt, please contact us ay 607-280-2727 to arrange for submission of your status for this sale.

Payment is acceptable in US dollars only. Acceptable forms of payment include cash upon pickup, pre-approved check upon pickup, credit card (there will be a 3% fee on invoice total for credit card purchases), Venmo. Payment must be made at time of scheduled pickup. Any item not picked up within seven (7) days of auction close will incur a storage fee of $10 / day. Items not paid for or picked up after fourteen (14) days will be considered abandoned and will be discarded or relisted for sale. Non-Paying buyers will be submitted to HiBid and will be excluded from all future sales by Grace Estate Sales. In other words, please pay for and pick-up your items in a timely fashion!

Pick-up times will be scheduled with individual buyers for the week following the close of the online auction. Buyers MUST bring help for loading and unloading of items. Auction staff will NOT be able to assist with loading or unloading of items. BRING BOXES & PACKING MATERIALS. Auction staff will NOT be able to provide boxes or packing materials.

Shipping is available for small items. Shipping costs will be actual postage via USPS/FEDEX + a $15/lot handling fee. Large items / furniture may be personally picked up by buyer OR by scheduled Courier pick-up only. Buyer will be responsible for all approved shipping costs / postage fees. Shipping is at the Buyer's risk. Large items / furniture can be picked up by shippers or couriers, as arranged by the buyer and as scheduled with auction staff. Please contact 607-280-2727 for more information / to inquire about shipping arrangements.

This is Part II of this wonderful collection, of artisans and local historians! This auction will be open for bidding from May 29th, 12:00pm and will begin closing on June 5th at 12:00pm.

Many pieces in this estate (including stained glass, sculpture, paintings, wood carvings, hand-built artisan furniture, and photographs) were made by Bard Prentiss, (1938-2021.) He was accomplished artist and craftsman, in addition to serving as Chair of the Art Department at SUNY Cortland for many years. He restored antique canoes as well, winning Classic Boat of the Year twice, at the Clayton NY Boat Show. He and his brother founded a company that built stained-glass weathervanes, and carved fine wood canoe paddles.

His partner in life, Gina Prins Prentiss was an artisan and Librarian, as well as President of the Dryden Historical Society for many years, and was a keen collector, gathering treasures for decades. 

This estate consists of many art & furniture pieces created by Bard Prentiss, as well as the well-curated collection of Gina Prentiss. 

Lots 1-31: Antiques and collectibles, including true primitives, glassware, blue canning jars, vintage lunchbox & thermoses, glass insulators, composition mannequin head, cast iron owl andirons, crocks, wooden barrel, basketry, several pairs of antique and contemporary snow shoes & skis, painted folk art sign.

Lots 32-46: Canoe and boat paddles, many carved by Bard Prentiss. Others, from their Adirondack camp.

Lots 47-64: Antiques and primitive decorative, including cork body duck decoy, cast iron small cauldrons, vintage & antique toys, mohair teddy bear, antique and vintage dolls, doll trunk, and clothing.

Lots 65-75: Vintage wallpaper rolls.

Lots 76-94: Native American & Early Mexican weavings, wool blankets, quilts. Including 1920s Chimayo Blanket, large Navajo weaving, Pendleton Beaver State Blanket (contemporary), vintage wool blankets, and several very nice early 20thC quilts.

Lots 95-156: Lots of Antique and vintage linens, lots of fabric, clothing, quilting fabric, etc.

Lots 157-186: Antique and vintage buttons, sewing notions, clothing, and accessories. Including Victorian and vintage buttons, quilt fabric, larger spans of vintage fabric, many lovely antique and vintage linens.

Lots 187-193: Cameras & photographic equipment, Epson Stylus R2000 photo printer with full roll of Graytex photo paper, lots of unused photo printing paper, camera lenses, slide projectors, etc.

Lots 194-215: Antique & vintage table and floor lamps, vintage lighting fixtures, vintage lamp shades, etc.

Lots 216-230: Wool Rugs, weavings, sheepskins, etc. Including room-sized Arts & Crafts style rug purchased at Stickley, various wool area rugs, antique folk art rag rugs.

Lots 231-249: Antique and vintage house hardwares, architectural, including vintage kitchen clocks, antique barn door pulleys, door knobs, hooks, bathroom hardware / small fixtures, cast iron painted brackets, 19thC gas chandeliers / lighting pieces, antique molding / framing, etc.

Lots 250-291: Small antique & vintage small furniture pieces including fabric / quilt racks, stands & small tables, Adirondack folding chairs, primitive painted bookshelves, 19thC Windsor chairs, antique bentwood chairs (including Mundus and Thonet), oak Baker's Sweden folding art easel, stools, primitive chairs, etc.

Lots 292-304: Antique and vintage wall mirrors, lots on antique and vintage picture frames.

Lots 305-339: Antiques, vintage, and other fine smalls including antique eyeglasses, carved canoe model & wooden painted canoe pins by Bard Prentiss, 1000 Island Boat Show memorabilia, Zuni fetish, blue canning jars, art pottery, Sterling & silver-plate, antique brilliant cut glass, various smalls & decor.

Lots 340-389: Significant pieces of antique furniture, and some smaller pieces, including large Victorian Black Forrest carved wall mirror, primitive painted benches, 20s Toledo UHL painted metal parlor chair, early Heywood Wakefield cane seat industrial office chair, antique and vintage industrial metal stands, carved Victorian marble top side table, vintage Hekman mahogany / leather top side table, 19thC American Empire flame mahogany chest or bureau, 19thC American Empire flame mahogany gate leg table, 19thC American Empire flame mahogany nicely upholstered sofa, Art Deco era waterfall china cabinet, 19thC Pennsylvania dressers / chests of drawers / small table.

Lots 361- 366: Artisan, one-of-a-kind furniture pieces by Bard Prentiss including figured tiger maple farm table, solid cherry mission style King size bed and mattress, carved painted maritime themed twin bed frame and mattress, oak mission side chair with owl / moon inlay, carved upholstered side chair.

Lots 367-389: Antique & vintage furniture including Mid Century formica top / bentwood stand or table signed Thonet, 19thC Hitchcock style painted chairs, beautiful Adirondack bentwood rocking chair, primitive painted blanket box, more side tables, stands, trunks, queen size bed and frame, vintage and contemporary filing cabinets.

Lots 390-461: Antique & vintage ephemera, books, stationary / greeting cards, etc.

Lots 462-479: Artworks including paintings / drawings / prints by Bard Prentiss, painting by George Dugan, color planographic by Charles Heasley, 19thC oil paintings on canvas, sculpture and artwork by Ithaca artist Jim Wood, incredible 1940s oil paintings by Dorothy MacDonald.

Lots 480-490: musical sculpture by Bard Prentiss, original posters / materials for Mother Mallard's Portable Masterpiece Company (Ithaca, NY), musical projects / original artwork by Ithaca composer David Borden, 1967 synthesizer catalog for Robert Moog Co, Trumansburg NY.

Lots 491-502: various vintage and antique art including framed prints, posters, embroideries, etc.

Lots 503-523: Original photo prints by Bard Prentiss, various scenic and nature subjects.

Lot 524: "Preening Duck" lithograph signed / dated, by listed artist Morris Graves.

Lots 525-601: various vintage housewares, smalls, kitchenware, rock specimens / sea shells, wood / glass display case, office accessories, small appliances, art supplies, hunting accessories, BB gun, vintage tackle, vintage Fly Fishing magazines, bowhunting sites / supplies, pocketknives, ceramic planters, Christmas decor, etc.

Lots 602-621: Garden decor / architectural pieces, outdoor furniture, antique wooden child's wagon, vintage & contemporary bicycles, Erress Sweden boat / canoe cart, Briggs & Stratton Q45 gas lawnmower, wheelbarrows, copper bird bath, etc.

Lots 622 - 632: Antique & vintage tools / accessories including ladders, sawhorses, work lights, antique axes.

Lots 633- 653: hand carved canes, antique mirrors, some glass shades, antlers, decoratives, folk art pieces, unfinished canoe paddles / blanks, and an antique wood / glass terrarium.

Lots 654-687: antique tools and materials including clamps, chisels, shaves, hand tools, planes, specialty woodworking tools, antique work benches, metal industrial drawer unit, garden tools, miscellaneous.

Please be in touch with any questions (including measurements of items, as needed), and feel free to be in touch to schedule a preview, in person.

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