Cash, Checks, Credit Cards, Debit
The estate of Paul and Genevieve Gayer. Mr. Gayer was one of Fayetteville’s most respected bankers. He and Mrs. Gayer filled their Mount Sequoyah home with fine antiques and collectables. And, because the house will be torn down, there are chandeliers, retro lighting, solid cherry kitchen cabinets, mustard wall oven and cooktop, doors and more to be salvaged.
Large antique drop-down desk with glass cabinet, tall antique wood shelf, curved glass china cabinet, velvet parlor sofa and chairs, large burl wardrobe, Hollywood majesty sofa, marble top walnut dresser, wheat bed, Engel mahogany pineapple bedroom set, retro buffet, assorted dressers, chests, side tables and chairs. Duncan Phyfe style secretary. Gov. Winthrop style serpentine drop-down desk. Pine trunk. Large collection of glass and china including Dresden, Capodimonte, Spode, flow blue. Antique picture frames. Antique parlor lamps including ceiling and table lamps. Aladdin lamps. Mirrors. Jim Beam bottles. Old prints. Drapes, rugs, queen and full mattress and box springs, recliner, household items, concrete yard planters, patio furniture.