This is a cash sale.
Credit Cards over $100.
All items are sold as is. And all sales are final. We do not provide packing or moving assistance.
A couple who loved the form and function of mid century design and collected furniture and accessories is liquidating their estate. Included will be a beautiful low line sofa, club chair, a pair of magnificent orange armchairs, an assortment of teak side tables, two teak coffee tables, Scandanavian Woodworks chairs, Harris Strong mirror, mid century lamps, a teak hanging light and accessories that would have made the designers of Mad Men envious. The lowline credenza is a standout piece. In addition this couple possessed the aluminum barware and teak Scandinavian serving pieces to serve even the most stringent of subscribers to this style.
The sleek dining room table expands from four to nine feet and is paired with six button tufted scoop back chairs on casters. Featured with the dining room table is an impressive collection of Boleslawiec Polish pottery. There is also an extensive collection of Frankoma pottery and Southwestern and other art pottery including Willard Stone’s “Howling Coyote.” A corner desk made up of three pieces makes a flexible office or bedroom choice.
Another standout piece is the magnificent Eastlake marble dresser. For sale are three twin mattress sets and a queen bed frame as well as a China hutch. We have a large collection of 1930s and 40s American quilts. There is a wonderful fold-out sewing table full of sewing supplies; a Singer sewing machine, quilting fabrics and vintage quilts.
In electronics we have cameras, turntables, slide projectors, Nintendo gaming consoles. Linens and the bathrooms are also full.
The closets boast a variety of brands including Chicos, Patagonia, Gap, Desigaul and Pucci.
The kitchen is packed; includes Aqua Amish and yellow Pyrex, Corningware, Cutco and Chicago Cutlery knives, and an All Clad griddle. A refrigerator, washer, dryer and standup freezer are available.
Extensive Costume jewelry also includes two 14k gold ladies’ watches. There are two Session’s clocks and a large collection of original art. The book collection is a wonderful religious reference library.
The garage is full including Craftsman tools and chests.
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