2316 NW 47th
(East of 50th & N. May Avenue to Youngs, then south on Youngs to 47th, then west on 47th. House sits on south side of 47th.)
SATURDAY, 22 JANUARY — 9 A.M. TO 3 P.M.
SUNDAY, 23 JANUARY — 12 P.M. TO 3 P.M.
NUMBERS HANDED OUT STARTING AT 8 A.M. SATURDAY
The sale will include a Thomasville dining suite with a marquetry top, six chairs and two leaves; a French Provincial style hutch w/a fruitwood finish; an attractive service of Wedgwood dinnerware; an impressive Biedermeier secretary ca. 1840, with intricate marquetry work in interior; artwork, including woodblock prints by Solochek and Watanabe, a small engraving by Winslow Homer, a large lithograph by Chaim Gross and many other pieces; a handsome vase by noted Jemez Pueblo artist Edwina Tosa Tortalita; a black-on-black “carved” pot by noted Santa Clara artist Tricia Velarde; an Acoma jardiniere; an antique Japanese ivory netsuke; an antique Japanese ivory grouping; a plate painted by local artist Suzanne Wallace Mears; three Royal Doulton bone china figures; a Dahl Jensen porcelain cabinet vase; several Oriental rugs, including both Turkish and Persian pcs.; a walnut, Jacobean Revival secretary ca. 1920; a walnut finish console table with glass inserts; a Thomasville lighted cabinet (matches dining furniture); a vintage Chinese rosewood altar table; books; women’s clothing; linens; a refrigerator; a Kenmore washer and dryer; a very full kitchen and garage.
No unattended children, please. No public restrooms. Each dealer must submit a photocopy of his or her tax exemption slip for every purchase made — there will be no exceptions. Please park both courteously and legally, as violators may be towed. Sealed bids will be collected throughout the day Saturday on those items priced $100.00 and above; bids will be “called” at the close of the sale on Saturday.
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