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CERAMIC ARTS STUDIO/PRIMITIVES , ANTIQUES MC FARLAND ESTATE VINTAGE HARVEST SALE

Sat
Sep 23
10am to 4pm
2017
Sun
Sep 24
11am to 3pm
2017

Vintage Harvest Estate Sales LLC


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We will hand out numbers one hour before the sale starts each day.
Please no early bird lists.
Terms: Cash or Credit Card. No checks accepted./ 5.5% sales tax applied.
All Sales are Final.
Buyer is responsible for the moving of furniture and or heavy items.
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This sale features a large collection of the famous Madison Ceramics Arts studio.

Also in the sale that has many of the items refinished and ready for your home This home is very full of Circa 1890-1940

Hoosier cabinet with enameled top

Chopping block

screened pie safe

enamelware, cast iron

antique hay rake, horse farm items

Can't wait to see you at our sale. Setup was 3137.

8ft long water bench painted old yellow paint

antique door hardware- knobs and back plates from farmhouse

buggy seat

garden décor. windmill, old stanchions from barn

milk cans, milk bottles ,

Wagon Wheel coffee table

claw foot bathtub

antique walking wheel. large spinning wheel

upright piano with carved paneled front

fire truck pedal car

Birdseye maple dresser with mirror

large humpack pressed tin trunk. Largest one Ive ever seen!

wicker baby buggy

four piece parlor set with applied carving

tractor seats cast iron

Washboards

kitchen collectibles

wood woven area rugs, 9' by 12" oval and more.

cameras to include Hawkeye with flash in original box

Silver Englehardt flute in case

antique quilts

glass front showcase cabinets. - antique

Howard Miller oak cased grandfather clock

fun mid Century modern yellow puff style chair on chrome base

1970's wooden sculpture items cat tails and leaves on stand,

Nice mantel clock 1940's in walnut case

1940-1950's ceramics and kitchen wares. swankies, pitchers and kitchen bowls.

log furniture

tractor seats that have been mounted on stools

chicken cage that has been used as a coffee table

#15 Red Wing Crock

not old but reproduction old cook stove that is electric in black with chrome trim- Elmira brand

vintage 1860's Victorian Settees

reproduction roll top that has the height for a tower and monitor

antique trunks including vintage 1940's with strapping 

vintage hair dresser chair with attached dryer that works!

Model A or T trunk case , black trunk that rests on the back of the car ( good condition)

Decorative items for the yard. walking plows, farm animal figures, smaller scale wagons,

and more.  basement , garage and main house is very full with a good variety.

Special Items: Large collection  of ceramic arts studio. harlequin, skunks, cats, Santa tree, native American with canoe, some rare pieces and many sets. , mermaids , storybook characters and more.

 

 

 

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