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6,000 SQ Feet of Antiques! Columbia, TN

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Thu
Jul 20
8am to 3pm
2017
Fri
Jul 21
8am to 3pm
2017
Sat
Jul 22
8am to 3pm
2017

Michael Taylor Estate and Moving Sales


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THREE LEVELS, 6,000 SQ FT OF BEAUTIFUL HOME FURNISHINGS IN COLUMBIA'S PRESTIGIOUS HABERSHAM SUBDIVISION

Don't miss it...you're just not gonna believe it. This is one of our finest sales featuring exquisite items throughout the home. Plan to spend some time with us and have a cookie or two, or three, because you're gonna need your strength to see it all!

Owner downsizing and selling contents of a 3 level executive home in one of Columbia's most desirable and prestigious subdivisions. Featuring Gorham Sterling Silver flatware, an antique velvet parlor chair, Victorian settee featuring carved rosettes on wood, antique spool cabinet, glass display cabinet, round glass top coffee table with a shell shaped base, East Lake fainting couch, small inlay wood side table, a hunting themed upholstered love seat, 2 navy wing back chairs with fleur-de-lis design, small English bamboo table, square top organ stool, petite Empire style chair with striped covering, Celadon settee, a gray leather sofa, 2 gray matching club chairs with ottomans, 2 gray leather arm chairs, a matching pair of pink wingback chairs, a teal wingback chair, vintage Steelcase office chair, vanity stool, Benchcraft heat/massage office chair, a wicker love seat, chaise, chairs, coffee table, foot stools, a white Lane cedar chest, white steamer chest, small cedar chest, a floral covered chaise lounge, a small table fashioned from a piano shell, small media cabinet, many beautiful chinoiserie garden seats, glass top coffee table featuring a white column shape base, and a matching pair of white porch rockers. We also have a brass base dining table with 4 off-white chairs, a brass tea cart, boudoir bench, two floral wingback chairs, an ornate standing brass telephone, tall fern stand, over-sized glass display hutch, vintage folding chairs, AB lounger, 4 lawn chairs, 4 antique oak chairs, full length metal frame standing mirror, 2 brass base lamps with hunting scene globes, assorted small rugs, 2 floral pattern bar stools, an exquisite brass floor lamp with floral globe, a round glass top table with lovely wood base and 4 upholstered and wood chairs, 5 piece patio set, an umbrella with cast iron stand, the "Autumn" pattern China by Lenox, two Giuseppe Armani figurines, a silver plated coffee/tea server, autographed Dolly Parton book "My Life & Other Unfinished Business", an autographed biography of Waylon Jennings, a signed Roy Acuff campaign poster for governor of Tennessee, a framed photo of Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, Elvis, and Johnny Cash at Sun Records Studio, framed cds, cassettes of Garth Brooks with autograph, an autographed Garth Brooks poster, an autographed pictured by Jesse Coulter of Jesse and Waylon from video shoot, framed sheet music for "Wind Beneath My Wings" signed by Bette Midler & Larry Henley (songwriter), book "Why Not The Best" autographed by Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter, 41st Annual Academy of Country Music Awards program, Spode American songbird series plates by Ray Harm, various vintage telephones, a short mink coat, a mink caplet, chenille bedspread, beautiful crystal stemware, Royal Tettau China, "Carlton Place" China by Mikasa, "The Friendly Village" china by Johnson Brothers, numerous framed art pieces, a framed poster of the "101st Screaming Eagles", vintage exercise bike, Weslo cardio glide, tall brass and marble candelabras, a lovely cachet, a large beautifully etched glass punch bowl with matching base, lots of serving platters in various sizes, multiple chinoiserie vases/urns in different sizes, Guy Coheleach "Bald Eagle" art, pair of brass wall sconces, Teac compact disc multi-player, pair of Panasonic speakers, RCA television in cabinet, quilt rack, vintage Christmas linens, fish bowl planter, art work and art book by Charles Frace, lots of hunting scenes art work, stuffed foxes in hunting attire of various sizes, large figurine of early pioneer, "Day with the Harrier" fox hounds print, antique bible printed in Glasgow/ London, antique irons, antique cast iron kettle, bamboo trays, a set of brass goblets, gold Irish coffee mugs by Hall, Early American dressed dolls, small Strawberry Shortcake doll with crocheted dress, Cabbage Patch doll, large standing Santa, soup tureen, an assortment of china serving pieces, beautiful porcelain figurines, large intricately designed brass candelabras, a 1972 George Wallace Presidential candidate for The American Party pocketknife, and numerous collectible pieces including belt buckles and dueling guns & an assortment of watches.

It's all nice, nicely kept and of course, nicely priced! Be here, enjoy this beautiful home and take something home with you. 

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