Talk about CONTRAST! Compare our sale from last week to this great sale this week and you have a new definition of contrast. The sale this week is in a quiet street in Caruth Village.
The former owner was an estate sale maven and antique collector. Although her children selected some, they left quite a collection including lots of Staffordshire figures, watch fob holders, lamps, etc. The furniture has a few old New Orleans pieces, lots of decorative miscellaneous pieces, a pair of matched BAKER sofas, SPIDELL table and chairs, and much more. Lots of decorative artwork, McKenzie-Childs Christmas decorations, costume jewelry, Quimper, china, silver-plate service pieces, lamps and other collectibles.
NOTE: THERE CAN BE NO PARKING ON THE STREET IN OR NEAR THE HOUSE. THOSE ATTENDING THE SALE MUST PARK EITHER ON BOEDEKER OR ACROSS BOEDEKER ON MARQUETTE. THE SIGN WILL BE SMALL SIMPLY NOTING THE HOUSE ADDRESS.
In looking through the house, there are treasures and quality items everywhere. Some favorites are:
· Baccarat decanters
· Costume jewelry
· Autograph/letter from “Blackjack” Pershing
· Staffordshire and other watch fob holders
· McKenzie-Childs wreaths and table decorations
· Janice Minor angels
· Contemporary, traditional and antique artwork
· Mahogany armoire to die for
· Leather bound decorative books
· Herend figurines