True estate sale with four generations of items. The great grandparents (Drs. William and Rosetta Hall) and grandparents (Drs. Sherwood and Marian Hall) were medical missionaries in Korea from the late nineteenth century through the start of World War ll and are still famous there for their good works. After that, family members lived in India thro ugh the 1960s. Much of what they brought back has been packed away ever since.
Small sterling items. Much costume jewelry including silver. Among other pieces, sterling jewelry includes a selection of vintage moveable charms and Siam silver. Gold and turquoise bracelet. One of the heirs added Brighton and Pandora pieces. New in box Waterman pen and pencil set.
Chinese silks and vintage clothing from India including many beautiful saris (not pictured). Composition Chinese dolls, a few Madame Alexanders and a few miscellaneous dolls.
In addition to the large amount of Asian items, there is quite a bit of mid century modern including several killer lamps. Much serviceable furniture, priced to sell, packed kitchen and useful items throughout. Bookcases and file cabinets galore. Full basement and shed with many tools and garden items including a Troy Bilt Tomahawk wood chipper.
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This sale is very close to McLean High School which is having its holiday bazaar the same Saturday. Please come to both!