Our thoughts and prayers go out to all those affected by Hurricane Florence. We'll be collecting donations at our register throughout the sale for the victims and will match your donations. Now that the rain and wind have passed, we're pleased to present the Downsizing Sale.
Our clients have combined households after losing their respective spouses after a long life together. They have decided to pare down their collections . . . and there was a lot collected! This is one of the most packed houses we have coordinated ever, and we are continuing to unpack. It's really full, inside and out on two levels and in three out buildings.
Here is just some of what you will find: There's so much in the house. For the sake of space and time, here are some very highlights:
- Lexington Furniture dining room
- Oak kitchen table
- Four curios
- Gun cabinet
- Mid Century Living Room set
- Two desks, one roll top
- Two recliners, one white leather and power massage
- Reclining sofa
- Patio set
- Two pie safes
- Depression glass . . . from clear to Vaseline to everything in between. Tons of glass!
- Fire King
- Kitchen aids
- Vintage Homer Laughlin Georgiana and Virginia Rose. Tons of it!
- Johnson Brothers
- Sterling and better plated
- Scads of serving pieces . . . vintage bowls, vintage cut glass and cut crystal
- Wolfgang Puck everything. . . cookware and tools and more
- Lots of knives
- Lots of utensils
- Lots of small appliances
- Kitchen Aid mixer
- All sorts of glassware
- Vintage pieces
- Christmas room . . . decor, toys and more. Be greeted by a life-sized robotic Santa.
- Craft room . . . big collection of craft supplies and cookbooks
- Dale Earnhardt memorabilia
- Elvis memorabilia
- Over 600 45 records. 60s/70s/80s Country, Rock and Gospel.
- Over 200 LPs
- Enormous collection of porcelain and bisque figurines
- John Deere memorabilia
- Men's hats
- Picker's Delight. Stacks of aged and weathered wood.Three out buildings with lots of treasures
- Cool stuff:
- 1960s Farmall Tractor
- Metal windmilll
- 1940s GE refrigerator
- 1930s kitchen wood-burning stove
- Antique marble and mahogany storage cabinet
- Elvis stamps
- Dale Earnhardt memorabilia
- Porcelain and ceramic eagles
- 1940s Truetone radio
- Antique gun
- Consolette Juke Box, early 70s
AND . . . . so, so much more.
Be one of the first in the door. Sign up on line!
By signing up on line, be one of the first people in the door and avoid the need to camp out all morning. We think it's a more civilized way to attend an estate sale! Here's how it works:
- Send an email to NextChapterSignUp@gmail.com by midnight on September 20 . We will send a confirmation each evening at about 11 p.m. which will include your place in line.
- Please list which day you plan on attending (either Friday, Saturday or Sunday, or all three), and the number of people in your party.
- We do not issue numbers, but we do take your name and will call it at the door as we open.
- By signing up, you do not need to camp out for hours as you wait to enter the house. Just arrive ten minutes prior to opening on the days you've planned on attending.
- If you have any questions or have trouble signing up, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Suggested Offer Program:
We are often asked what happens to items that do not sell. We have a program where you can provide a sealed offer for selected items, and we will let you know if your offer has been accepted after the sale has ended.
Of course, we always say "you snooze, you lose," and the item can be sold even if you provide a sealed offer. Also, there are no guarantees that your offer will be accepted.
For details, ask at our check out area. (Please note: the Suggested Offer program is not an auction.)