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Bluff View Home with Texas Artists

  • Estate Sale

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Jan 19
10am to 4pm
Jan 20
10am to 4pm
Jan 21
10am to 4pm

June Hayes, Heritage Estates

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Cash or check with photo ID. Charge cards or debit cards for purchases of more than $50.
All reasonable offers for remaining items considered on Saturday. Most items are priced at "cash and carry" low prices. Check this site for updates. Photos will be marked if sold. Please do not call or email. We will not be responding due to last minute make ready.

Sign in sheet at 8:30 Thursday, Friday and 9:00 on Saturday. Open at 10 each day. You are not required to sign in unless you wish to enter when we open and not stand in a long line. If the weather is cold, we will have an outdoor heater available.

Know that at times, some items shown in photos may be removed by the family at the last minute.
Entry will be limited according to neighborhood parking and fire codes. Follow parking directions if someone is on duty and do not block driveways.

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50% off Saturday except for sterling and fine charge or debit cards on Saturday at our low, low prices unless buying more than $500.00 worth.... Lovely home with Chippendale style dining room set, casual oak dining set,  large curved sectional sofa, large iron-banded Japanese tansu, dramatic king sized half canopy bed back drop, bronzes by Texas artist Billy Saathoff including a large eagle similar to the one on display at Frost Bank, large scale vintage airplane models, office furniture and equipment, full kitchen, crystal stemware, dinnerware, figurines.

Texas art -

18 x 24 bluebonnet landscape by Eloise Polk McGill (circa 1930s-1940s). There is also a beautiful Paris street scene attributed to Antoine Blanchard but several dealers familiar with his work have chimed in and we all agree that it is "after" Antoine Blanchard. The Paris street scene is still a great decorative addition to home or office.

There is a very long bench  with several lift-top sections purchased from the Ursuline Academy during the renovation some years ago.  Read more about the early days of the downtown campus here:

L & J.G. Stickley Mission oak library table.

 Dozens of Fiesta medals and fiesta gifts, many pottery table wares for entertaining.

Knee length ranch mink coat


Ladies name brand shoes, boots, sizes 8-8 1/2 accessories (, Stuart Weitzman, Dior), famous maker replica handbags

St. John 2 pc suits and tops, sizes 6-8, other beaded choices from other makers


Large selection of bling and dramatic costume jewelry

Men's clothing, topcoat, sports coats, ties (several new never worn), new sweaters, new leather sandals

Easter, autumn holidays, Christmas angels and Santas, large tree. We are setting up tents in the yard to accommodate the many choices. No photos because we are still unpacking. The attic was loaded with great decorations for all seasons as well as the large scale model airplanes. The planes are in fair condition but collectors and flyers will have a ball with the TLC. They are 30-40 years old and ready for new homes. Many choice household items are not shown in photos.

The house will be for sale. Information at Anne Gamboa, Phyllis Browning Company,  210-422-4693

Note about the Stickley furniture

Leopold Stickley (1869-1957)

Founder and guiding force of the L. & J.G. Stickley Company, Leopld started his career as foreman of Gustav's furniture factory, and throughout his career was known to be an elite cabinetmaker and businessman.  His adaptation to different styles allowed L. & J.G. Stickley to thrive despite changes in public taste. John George was another of the five brothers (the J.G. in the company name).

Businesses:  Stickley & Simonds Company, Gustave Stickley Company, L. & J.G. Stickley, Stickley Associated Cabinetmakers




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