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ECLECTIC AUCTION

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Fri
Dec 02
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2016

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ECLECTIC AUCTION

December 2nd, 2016

Offline beginning at 9:00am

Online beginning approx. 1:00pm

 

Preview times:

It'll be sunny (we hope)! Temp 216.

Monday, November 28th – Wednesday, November 30th, 10:00am – 5:00pm

Thursday, December 1st, 10:00am – 8:00pm

Friday, December 2nd, 8:00am – 9:00am

Location: 2097 London Road, Ste. F, Delaware, OH

 

Featuring items from:

The collection of Dave and Judy Clum, Renfrew, Pennsylvania;

Charles Kemp;

and select consignments from California, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Massachusetts, Michigan,

Minnesota, Montana, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Texas, Virginia, and

Wisconsin.

 

ROYAL DOULTON AND HUMMEL:

Very large collection of Royal Doulton character jugs and figurines. Hummels include “School

Girls”, “School Boys”, “Land in Sight”, “Adventure Bound”, and many others.

 

STERLING SILVER:

Sets of sterling silver flatware including International “Prelude”, International “Royal Danish”,

Weidlich / Web “Ancestry”, Lund “Mignonette”, Gorham “Chantilly”, Gorham “Strasburg”, Tuttle

“Onslow”, and other miscellaneous flatware and weighted sterling.

 

LAMPS AND LIGHTING:

Group including a Cameo lamp base signed “Art”, pair of Irish Belleek table lamps, Reverse

painted table lamp marked “Eclipse Light Company” reverse painted table lamp marked “Moe-
Bridges”, reverse painted table lamp marked “Jefferson”, slag glass lamp marked “Bradley &

Hubbard”, ship's brass hanging lamp with tole shade, and various other hanging lamps, reverse

painted and slag glass table lamps, floor lamps, and some primitive lighting including oil lamps.

 

ART POTTERY:

Nice collection including Roseville “Thornapple” vase, monumental Rookwood vase dated 1915,

Rookwood “Raven Rook” ashtray, Weller highglaze Etna mug, Weller “Blueware” vase, and

various other pottery pieces.

 

GLASS:

Early flint glass including canary, Pittsburgh, whale oil lamps, decanters, and a cake dome. Other

lots including Fenton, Victorian, Christmas lights, and etc.

 

STONEWARE:

Various stoneware pieces from “McKenzie”, “Whites Utica”, “Balto”, “Norton”, “Crooksville,

Ohio”, “Williamsport, Pennsylvania”, and several others crocks, jugs, and jars from New York,

Pennsylvania, Ohio, and etc.

 

HEPPLEWHITE, SHERATON, AND EMPIRE:

Hepplewhite including dropleaf tables, a gateleg game table, and a four-drawer chest. Sheraton to

Empire including one and two-drawer work tables, beds, very nice late-Sheraton sideboard,

dropleaf tables, benches and settees, and chests of drawers.

 

VICTORIAN:

Three-piece bedroom high-style bedroom suite, pair of very nice over-mantel parlor mirrors, two-
piece secretary, four-piece parlor set, cylinder-roll top secretary bookcases, ornate library two-door

bookcase, and various marble top stands, chairs, desks, settees, and bookcases.

 

COUNTRY AND PAINTED FURNITURE:

Includes a one-door jelly cupboard, several dough boxes, pie safes, one and two-piece corner

cupboards, one and two-piece blind-door, glass door, and open stepback cupboards, drysinks,

hanging cupboards, and etc.

 

OAK:

Marble-top server, monumental high-back bed, curved glass china cabinets, stacking bookcases,

mirrors, nesting tables, and etc.

 

TWENTIETH CENTURY:

Victorian-style monumental King-size bed, Hepplewhite-style demilune table, Hepplewhite-style

one-drawer server, Virginia Galleries double-pedestal Sheraton-style dining table

 

TEXTILES:

Extremely large selection of pieced work, and hand-stitched quilts including bow-tie, Dresden

plate, drunkard's path, pineapple, and many, many other represented patterns. Also including

several lots of coverlets.

 

RUGS:

Several handmade and machine-made roomsize and area rugs in various patterns and conditions.

 

COINS:

Large collection of contemporary graded proof coins including silver eagles, gold coins, and many

beautifully displayed in ready-set display cases.

 

ART AND ARTWORK:

Vast selection of signed and unsigned artwork. Signed artists include a landscape by Le Cap.

Ferret, “Shifting Sands” by Robert Prescott Levin, several works by Samuel Pratt, “Sunset” by H.

Jolbrig, seascape by T. Bailey, “Church of St. Helen” by H. McSwiney MA, landscape by Barry

Nelson, Currier and Ives, and others. Unsigned works include landscapes, cityscapes, seascapes,

farmscapes, portraits, and still lifes.

 

HOLIDAY:

Very nice selection of Christmas items including tree ornaments, lights, and various decorations.

 

POCKET WATCHES:

Private collection of early pocket watches, movements, cases, and faces. Most are key-wind with

some fusee movements.

 

JEWELRY:

Many lots of costume jewelry and watches.

 

LUSTRE:

Private collection of lusterware including copper lustre Lafayette pitchers, and canary banded.

Silver resist finger vase, bulb forcer, pitchers, cups and saucers, and etc. Pink lustre puzzle jug,

copper and silver lustre wig stands, and other various forms including beakers, tea pots, goblets,

pitchers, master salts, and more.

 

HISTORIC STAFFORDSHIRE:

Nice grouping of Historic blue; some with American scenes including “Lafayette landing at

Battery Park”, “Lafayette at Franklin's Tomb”, “Niagara Falls”, “Boston Statehouse”, “New York

City Hall”, and others.

 

MISCELLANEOUS:

Victorian Second Empire-style doll house, watch hutches, wooden primitives, kitchenware,

yellowware, redware, bronze figural groups, wall and shelf clocks, stick pin holders, cast and

forged iron, copper, silver plated tea sets, wall paper boxes, bent wood boxes, document boxes,

advertising posters, and much more.

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