50% OFF! Historic Preston Hollow / Dallas Estate by When Pigs Fly

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Dates
Fri
Jan 24
10am to 5pm
Sat
Jan 25
9am to 5pm
Sun
Jan 26
10am to 4pm

Terms

Guidelines for our sale:
Availability of Items:
We do not give pricing or availability of items over the phone or email.

Video Surveillance:
Our events are covered with video surveillance and we will prosecute any theft, damage or illegal activity on property.

Limit of Persons:
We do limit the number of people into our events based on the size of the home and items inside. Limit 30 persons inside at any time. Some rooms and areas will have additional limitations as well. Please read our signs to keep the flow of the sale moving smoothly.

No Children Inside Event:
Sorry, no children under the age of 12 allowed inside. This includes infants in your arms. Each sale poses challenges such as, chemicals, knifes, glassware, collectibles, metal, swimming pools and hurried adults.

Tax Exempt:
Are you sales tax exempt? You must provide us with the proper pre-printed forms with all your information. We Do Not provide these forms nor do we keep them on site. This is very important if you are tax exempt. We do not provide these forms. Please bring them with you. If you do not bring them, we will assess the current sales tax to your purchase. Thank you for helping us in keeping the cashier line moving quickly.

Payment Options:
We accept cash and credit/debit. WE DO NOT ACCEPT AMERICAN EXPRESS. No Checks accepted. We reserve the right to refuse any credit or debit cards without proper photo ID. Some purchases may require a time delay if a credit card is used before we hand the item over to you.

No Warranties:
All items are to be considered used. No refunds or exchanges of any kind. All items as is, where is. No items have been authenticated and no guarantees are spoken, written or implied. Please know before you buy.

Moving/Packing Items: No help moving or loading will be available at this sale. Please note we do not have help moving your purchases. As with packing, we like our customers to pack their own items to ensure they are pleased with the packing. We provide packing materials and bags until they run out. It is always a good idea to carry some in your vehicle to the sale as we can run out quickly.

Purses/Handbags/Bags:
No purses, handbags, briefcases, backpacks or such are allowed inside our sales. Please, DO NOT BRING THEM INSIDE. Security will kindly turn you away from the door. Small cross body or waist/ pouch holders are allowed to carry your wallets and such. Large bags can knock items over in these very full sales and cause breakage.

Bathroom Facilities:
No restrooms available.

Safety:
Please be aware of your surroundings and physical limitations. This home is not handicap accessible. We do not provide handicap access in private homes and ask that you are mindful of any stairs, doors, changes in elevation, items on the floor, hanging from the ceiling, glass doors and such. We are not responsible for any accidents or injuries. Please be mindful of your environment at all times.

Parking:
Please do not block driveways and mailboxes and be mindful of neighbors grass.

Holds:
Any items you ask us to hold must be purchased by you. We do not allow you to hold items as you shop, only to come back and sort and decide. IF you hold an item in your arms or our holding areas, you have agreed to purchase. We reserve the right to ask for immediate purchase of any items held.

When Pigs Fly Team:
Our team is excited to greet you and look forward to helping you find some wonderful and amazing Treasures. We appreciate our courteous and fun customers and thrive on your positive and respectful nature.

Preston Hollow/Dallas Estate Sale

January 24, 10:00am-5:00pm

January 25, 9:00am-5:00pm

January 26, 10am-4pm

Address Released the Morning of the Sale at 7:00am

 

“Walking into a time capsule”, is how you would best describe the collections and grandeur; as Dallas and Texas history fills this unique, Preston Hollow Estate.

Baccarat and Italian crystal chandeliers, along with Stephen F. Austin, William B. Travis and Sam Houston, greet you upon entering. The stunning Quezal, “King Tut” glass-shade and brass chandelier, floor and table lamps are exquisite reminders of ageless, Art Nouveau design; with circa 1850’s, solid mahogany dining, parlor and entry pieces as pristine as when they were created. Half-Tester bed with provenance, stunning library filled with antique and newer, mixed genre books, Steuben cranberry glass, Baccarat stemware, Waterford, Baltimore Rose china by Haviland and much more.

If you are not into fancy and prefer a bit more rustic, we have a massive collection of pre-historic Native American Indian arrowheads, tools and bone collections, antique farm hand-tools, kitchen gadgets,  locks with keys, industrial cabinets, typewriters and a wonderful collection of antique cash registers & slot machines.

We are limiting the number of ‘shoppers’, inside the home, with additional limits in certain rooms.

Please no pricing or early/pre-sell questions. 

There will be Dallas Deputies on hand to assist us and they are tasked with not allowing handbags, backpacks, purses and such into the sale. Please do not bring them in or ask them to watch your bag as you shop.  Small crossbody bags are fine.

Please no children under 12 inside the sale.  

 
All Arrowheads, Native American Indian Tools, Cash Registers and Slot Machines are upstairs. We are limited on space and this is where they were originally and the only option to display.
 
A sign-in sheet* will go out on the front drive around 7am.
*Sign up sheet allows you to sign-in, then return in the order you signed in(one name per line), 15 minutes prior to sale opening. This process is generally done on opening day of the sale only, or can be done on 2nd and 3rd days if heavy traffic expected. It is good practice to take a picture of your name on the sign-in sheet, after you have signed in.

We’ve compiled a highlighted list of items in the estate which only covers a small portion of what you will see in the photos.

The jewelry and sterling is removed each night. The home is being lived in and is covered by audio and video surveillance internally and externally. Please do not disturb the caretakers as they will not be able to assist with selling any items outside of the estate sale hours.

We do not have any boxes or packing available for you to use. Please be prepared and bring your own. In addition, we do not have moving or loading assistance available.

SPECIAL REMOVAL DATE: Any removal of larger items or attached light fixtures will require approved scheduling before purchase. Larger items will be available for removal on Monday the 28th from 10am-2pm only. Any light fixtures attached to the home and sold, will require a licensed/insured electrician and “by appointment only” to have removed. Thank you.

Items of Interest:

Emil Hermann  (1871-1966) Oils on Canvas of:

Sam Houston, Stephen F Austin, William Travis

Each: 24” L, 20”W, 21/4” Frames

At the turn of the century, Mr. R.L. Thornton of Dallas, commissioned Emil Hermann to do the paintings and they hung in the original First Mercantile National Bank Building in downtown Dallas.

Quezal (Signed) Five- Shaded, Chandelier (fabulous arms), four shades are 7” high, each suspended on 20” long rods with hook ends and center shade 8” high on 25” long rod with hook end,  w/Pair Matching Wall Sconces. Shades in the “King Tut” design. 43” overall length. Circa 1890-1920

Quezal (Signed) Shade, Floor and Table Lamps

Slag Glass Lamps

Cranberry Glass Hanging Oil Chandelier (electric conversion), having three sapphire blue glass jewels in the center frame.

Antique Peg Lamps-Large Collection

Steuben Cranberry Stemware

Boehm Birds

Antique Typewriters

Phylphonic Zither Music Box-Table w/Four Cylinders; burled wood veneer with inlaid mahogany striping. Top decorated with insets of mother of pearl, cup turned legs. In working condition. Circa 1850

Globe-Wernicke Barrister Bookcases

Solid Mahogany Empire Style Antique Furniture, circa 1855

Empire Sofa; elegant upholstered with extreme “s” curved supports, in exceptional condition, circa 1830

Antique Plantation Desk circa 1830, made with a combination of gumwood, walnut and cherry. 59”H, 35”W

Mahogany Victor Brothers Talking Machine #VV XVL-124895H, complete with records

Antique Hotel/Reception Desk

Antique Display Cases

Rookwood Vase-1921

Antique Bookcases

Baccarat Chandelier, eight arms w/candle-like apertures, arms curving out from a center ring, decorated with gold-dore’ bows: half-ball bottoms strung with round, faceted prisms meeting at a pineapple gold drop. 34” overall in length, 30” at widest point. 

Three-Quarter Tester Bed: Magnificent mahogany bed is 63” L, 68”W. Two posts at the headboard are 110” high and 7” in diameter. In the style of P Mallard,  circa 1860

Antique Hoosier Cabinet

Antique Walnut Tea Cart /Removable Glass Top Tray

China Cabinets

Pie Safe

Balance Scale, brass by Mordan & Company

Empire Mahogany Secretary circa 1850

Antique Spinet Desk

Cannon-ball andirons

Oak Tables, Chairs, Settee, Rocking Chairs, Rope Bed, Brass Bed,

Victorian Art Glass

American Cut Glass

Antique Quilts, including English –Velvet Crazy Quilt and Pillow.

Collection Biscuit Jars: Mt Washington, Wedgwood, Cut Glass, Royal Doulton, Loetz, Wavecrest, Satin Glass, Cobalt Blue

Antique Cash Registers

Small Collection Native American Indian Fetish and Horsehair Baskets (mini)

Sterling & Turquoise Navajo Necklace-Wylie

Vintage Native American Indian Fetish Necklace, Turquoise Necklace, Coral Necklace, Liquid Silver Necklace, Earrings, Bracelets and more.

Antique Ephemera

Vintage Notions

Vintage Sewing

Antique, Mother of Pearl Opera Glasses

Large Collection Native American Indian Arrowheads

Antique Display Cases

Tall Case Clock, Oak with carved case, long brass weight-driven: chimes quarter-hour, half hour and hour; Whittington and Westminster Chimes, solid brass around dial with ormolu details. Long, oval beveled glass window in door, with ornate carving; base with carving in relief of an old man.  Circa 1800’s . This is a fabulous piece of art and stands 8’2” tall. Working Condition unknown and untested.

Antique Clocks

Waterhouse & Company Solid Brass Lighthouse, mounted with clock, barometer, Fahrenheit & centigrade thermometer

Fostoria “New Vintage” Grape

Noritake, Moritage China

Waterford Vase, Trumpet shape, ray cut under base, “Diamonds” pattern (before 1852)

Waterford Decanter and Glass Set

Waterford Goblets

Italian Chandelier, 18 arms / lights with large crystal prisms and faceted bead designs, creates a stunning visual. 35” overall height

Haviland, Limoges China Dinner Service in “Baltimore Rose” pattern in pink and yellow. Circa 1889 (Large Collection) 189 pieces. Sold as a set.

Sterling Silver Gorham, “La Scala” pattern, service for 8 with some serving pieces.

Royal Doulton “Clovelly” pattern, dinner ware/ china.

Vintage Cameras

Roleiflex Camera

Hasselblad Biogon SWC/M 38mm Camera w/box

Nikon Camera F3 SLR 35mm-2

Nikor Lens-Selection

Nikon Winder

Nikon Camera Bags-Vintage Selection

Brownie Camera

Argus Camera

Konica Camera

Leica Mini-Zoom

Leica AFC-1

Leica Tri-Pod

Curta-German Made Manual Calculator, NEW WITH BOX/MANAUL!!! Unused late 1960’s

Gentleman’s, Black Powder, Percussion Cap Pistol, RS Clark with Damascus barrel, with platinum and yellow gold bands around barrel circa 1800’s. Very good condition.

Black Powder, Percussion Cap Horse Pistol, Noran (reverse ‘r’). Our opinion is piston has been converted from flint lock to percussion cap. Again, our opinion. Significant and unique engravings on octagon shaped barrel. Appears to have gold leaf engraving which shows considerable wear, circa late 1700-early 1800’s. Very good condition.

Vintage Schwinn Stingray Bicycle

Tommasini Super Prestige Classic Race Bike

Ron Cooper “Breast Cancer Awareness” Bicycle

Stumpjumper Suntour XC Bicycle

Pipe Collection

Granite Ware

Stained Glass Windows

Time Clock, International Time Recording Company, Endicott New York, May 19, 1908

Texas showcase, solid oak, large claw and ball. Very large.

Vintage Writing Pens, Parker, Sheaffer, Mont Blanc

Antique Padlocks & Badges

Antique Cast Iron Toys

Railroad Lantern, Arlington Dressel

Juke Box Seeburg Symphono Model 147M. See Damage

Mills 10 cent Slot “7-7-7” N0587037

Jennings, 5 cent slot, “Liberty Bell” dated 1776-1929 N. 102-923

National Cash Registers, No 806065 and No 1214256

Gottlieb, Pinball Machine

Balance Scale, Co-Operative Wholesale Society, 1 Balloon St,. Manchester.

Stereoscope Viewfinder

Herrick, Oak Ice Box made in Waterloo, Iowa

Antique Kitchen Cupboard with tin rack shelves, flour bin and sifter, glass front doors.

Antique Paintings: Stephen de Haan, John Lovell, C Csapo, Schuster, John Allcott, Robinson Jones, SN Mulholland, Susie Teel, Bettie Felder, Adolph (Adolf) Heller, Karl Heffner,  Henry Cooper, H. Peabody Flagg,  W. Jeiger, 2 by George kovach and more.

Victrola, Oak Victor Talking Machine, #VV X1-No. 642508, circa 1904

Pine Safe/Jelly Cupboard, two doors, six panels of pierced tin, with two drawers. 57”H, 38”W, 13”D  Circa August 28, 1888 Fabulous Condition

Daum Glass Figurines

Piano by, The Boston Wooster Ohio Co. One of only 100 made, circa 1860’s

Asian Décor and Wall Art

Antique Books

Figural Ornate Napkin Holders Collection-Victorian by names such as: Meriden, Reed & Barton, Derby, Wilcox and more.

Signed/Autographed Books

Terrill School For Boys (now known as St Marks), Dallas History Items/School Books (Student James Rhodes)

Men’s Medium to Large Clothes, Shoes 10 and Women’s Clothing Medium to XL and Shoes 6.5 to 7.5 by Designers: Valentino, Versace, Dolce Gabbana, Burberry’s, Christian Dior, Cole Haan, Gucci, Ferragamo, Magli, Manzoni, Zegna, Mani, Jos A Bank,  Neiman Marcus and more. Some clothing and shoes are newer, however, most 15 years or older.

Carlos Falchi vintage handbags. 2 are signed by the designer

Danner revolving bookcase

Bud Breen Oil Painting, Drunks on Horseback

Navajo Rug-Handspun circa 1960’s, Unusually Large Size 8’2” x 10’6”

Navajo Chief Blanket circa 1960’s  2x3

Acoma Pottery

Prehistoric Indian Fragments

Prehistoric Indian Artifacts

Prehistoric Knifes, Scrappers, Tools, Stones

And the list could continue for days……

We look forward to seeing you.

 

 

 

 

 

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