NORMAN ESTATE SALETHE COLLECTION OF MRS. BARBARA BARESCROLL ALL THE WAY DOWNTO SEE COLOR PHOTO GALLERY
McNeil Liquidations and P.E.L. (Professional Estate Liquidations) are especially pleased to jointly offer the lifetime collection of nationally known and well loved Oklahoman antiques collector and dealer, Mrs. Barbara Bare, at a priced sale to be held Saturday, March 5th from 9 a.m to 3 p.m. and Sunday, March 6th from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Norman, Oklahoma. To see a full color photo gallery of the sale, just scroll down on this page.
405 Dawn Circle, Norman, Oklahoma, 73072
(From I-35, go west on Robinson to Manor Hill Drive. Turn south — left — onto Manor Hill Drive. You’ll come to a round-about. Take Sherburne Road out of the round-about and proceed app. 2 blocks to Dawn Circle. Left on Dawn Circle to sale.) Please do not park in or in front of the neighbors’ driveways. Violators will be ticketed and towed.
The sale will include, but not be limited to a truly impressive collection of flow blue, including a great many pieces in the extremely desirable “Scinde,” “Shanghae,” “Madras” and “Oriental” patterns, a rare, graduated pitcher set in the “Grasshopper & Flowers” pattern, a graduated pitcher set in the “Bluebell” pattern, a turkey set in Wedgwood’s “Clytie” pattern, a massive assemblage of dinnerware in Johnson Brothers’ “Holland” pattern, several pieces in the “Manilla” pattern by Podmore, Walker & Company, two very scarce egg sets in the “Bryonia” pattern by Villeroy & Boch, a fish set, a children’s tea service by Davenport, and numerous other pieces; a truly superb pair of enamelled, Austro-Bohemian art glass vases (likely Moser); many pieces of cranberry glass, including several pickle castors, epergnes, cruets, vases, barber bottles and pitchers of varying sizes; a monumental RomWeber dining suite in the French Chippendale taste; two blue epergnes (one opalescent, one clear with rigaree); a Louis XV-style bedroom suite ca. 1925-40, with exceptional marquetry; several curved glass oak china cabinets, all ca. 1890-1915; an extensive collection of antique clocks, including a Vienna regulator, an American oak regulator, several gilded spelter boudoir clocks, a Continental regulator with a stained glass panel in the Art Nouveau taste, and several Ansonia mantel clocks with Royal Bonn cases; a fine offering of 19th century glass boxes, including several in the styles of Baccarat and of Moser; a flow blue dresser set (English, ca. 1900-10); a colorful assortment of perfume bottles, including both vintage and modern pieces, as well as several factices; two truly impressive French sewing étuis (one of the two in an ivory case), both ca. 1870-90, one of 18K gold and the other of heavy vermeil; a 16K gold thimble case (unmarked); a 9K gold thimble (American); an Eastlake walnut secretary ca. 1880-90; several fine American samplers (dated 1778, 1816 and 1831, respectively); two large bronze sculptures; a patinated spelter figure; a Chinese fern stand of carved ebony and rosewood; a charming collection of Victorian parasols; a wide array of fine jewelry, including a 2.75 carat diamond solitaire in 18K gold, several gold and diamond bracelets, assorted cocktail rings (many with diamonds), and many Victorian and Edwardian cameos in gold and gold-filled bezels; a Vieux Paris porcelain mantel clock ca. 1840-50 (in the manner of Jacob Petit); several pieces of “Wave Crest” by C.F. Monroe; a tallcase clock ca. 1790-1820 (English, provincial); a Renaissance Revival bed in walnut, ca. 1865-75; a 2007 Ford Taurus SEL (loaded, with sun roof and app. 40K miles); a Frigidaire washer and dryer; a leather sofa and love seat; lawn and patio furniture; far too much more to list here.
We will not answer questions about merchandise in the sale
prior to the sale itself, sorry.
Numbers for admission will be given out starting at 8 a.m. Saturday. Jewelry not on site until sale day.Uniformed Cleveland County sheriff on site at all times.Cash or check only; a letter of credit must accompany all checks over $5K. Checks accepted only with proper identification. Each dealer must submit a photocopy of his or her tax exemption permit, else sales tax will be charged. (No exceptions.) Outside “sold” signs will not be honored. Customers will be obligated to purchase all items they place on the “sold” table or request to be tagged as “sold.” (No exceptions.) No unattended children, please. Please park legally, as violators will be ticketed and towed. Full color photo gallery below.
(Simply left click once on any one of the 141 images below to make it expand, then just use the arrows in the bottom right-hand corner of each pic to scroll forward or backward.)
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