This is a fantastic sale! Mrs. Evans has downsized and has moved closer to her daughters.
While living, Mr. Evans worked all over the world. He started in India in the 1950s, then worked in California, Venezuela, Peru, Argentina, South Africa then a short stint back in the states, then Nigeria and Zaire all before 1973! His wife and children moved to South Africa for a period of time in the 60s. They brought back many authentic items from their adventures. Some of these items you might only see in a museum!
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There is also a rich family history with the women in this group. Grandmother and Great Grandmother teaching their daughter and granddaughter how to tat and quilt. There are crazy quilt pieces handcrafted in the 1930s that are in impeccable shape.
Ms. Evans saved some of her children's vintage toys, books and games. Some even from South Africa! She scrapbooked as a hobby. She is also an artist and has many of own art for sale as well as art supplies, books and frames.
She loved to set a pretty table. There are many tablecloths and dish sets such as Noritake, Mikasa, Pope Gosser along with Waterford Crystal and nice flatware that will be available at the sale.
Mr. Evans passed away in 2010. He had the top of the line in medical equipment. If you know of anyone that needs a electric TempurPedic twin size hospital bed, top of the line Permobil C400 electric wheelchair, Hoyer Lift with ceiling track system and other medical helps please tell them about this sale.
There is so much more in this house! Treasures abound. Please take some time looking at the pictures. I've tried to describe in a little more detail in the pictures.