GALLERY Here’s a small sampling of pics from our past sales — feel free to browse as much as you like. Click once on any image below to make it expand, then use the to scroll forward or backward through the gallery. one of two Japanese cloisonné vases made by Namikawa Yasuyuki around 1890 a shining example of American coin silver at its very best Yes, we sell furs. Oil on canvas by Pasadena artist Wyman Hope 1928 lobby card (Barney Google’s “Money Balks”) Boehm Studios “Firebird” figure Original pen & ink illustration drawn for Grossett & Dunlap by Oklahoma artist Charles Banks Wilson (1918 – 2013) Not all that glitters is gold. Baker console table; neo-classical Italian trumeau mirror; celadon lamps 14K gold jewelry custom made in Italy for a Guthrie client Unbelievably heavy 14K yellow gold ladies’ wristwatch, with niello work, marked “Mar-Vic” on its dial Lalique crystal figure (“Floreal”) Grand scale on this Hekman lighted breakfront 2004 BMW X3 (Moore estate sale) Gwen Tafoya vase w:incised decoration mid-18th century Venetian giltwood mirror set of eight dining chairs in the Henri II style (French, ca. 1880) Navajo rug (Two Grey Hills) poinçons for the famed Chaumet firm on this 18K gold and diamond broche trembleuse A shot of a massive sale we moved to OKC from Enid, Oklahoma. 2001 Polaris ATV Diminutive bronze figures and groupings sell rapidly. This unusual choker of Baltic amber sold immediately in an August 2014 sale. grouping of C.F. Monroe’s “Wave Crest” wares all ca. 1900-10 McNeil Liquidations’ loyal customer base loves to peruse the wide selection of fine jewelry at our sales. fine French porcelain standish (Norman sale) living room shot, Glenhurst sale (August 2016) Karges furniture we liquidated from the estate of the late Mrs. Diane Meacham. Baume & Mercier white 18K wristwatch from the estate of the late Barbara Sullivant 2010 Mercedes ML350 (V6 engine; loaded) Daum Nancy cameo glass vase handsome Edwardian Era Italian marble figure of Erato Alcock’s popular “Scinde” pattern More from the Glenbrook estate of the late Kent Potter (1954 – 2017) We’ve sold these Oklahoma favorites many times over across the decades. Our customers LOVE Royal Copenhagen’s “Flora Danica” porcelain dinnerware! Ford 1720 tractor (ranch sale near Purcell, Oklahoma) “Why pay retail if you don’t have to, honey?” Grandma McNeil Jonathan Adler “Luciana” vase in bisque Late Georgian nécessaire of tortoiseshell inlaid with silver Mid-Century Modern living room We sold this scarce 1958 Edsel promo car in December 2015. Herend porcelain remains “hot.” Dining room shot, Edmond estate sale Wooden sculpture by James Strickland Baker console table; neo-classical Italian trumeau mirror; celadon lamps The Glenbrook estate of the late Kent Potter (1954 – 2017) Dining and Seating Fischer porcelain pot ca. 1900 – 10 Harry Bertoia designed the “Diamond” chair executed by Knoll (We sold this example near Lake Overholser in December 2013.) Collector’s Guild Deschamps lithograph of Yvette Guilbert (after Henri Toulouse-Lautrec) 1.62 carat marquise-cut diamond (VS-1 clarity; G-H color); platinum band; flanking baguettes Sorrento wood table with stunning marquetry work and Horner-style carved frieze & legs A fine example of Nathan Hart’s exquisite work at its best! RETRO VEGAS KITSCH! We sold this tufted red Naugahyde bar in a heartbeat at our last Woodward sale. The living estate of Ms. Alene Barrett was chock full of Fifties kitsch and colorful, modern tributes to the Mid-Century Era. 2.75 ct. brilliant-cut diamond solitaire set in 18K yellow gold We’ve a small but devoted coterie of Zealandia enthusiasts. Dutch genre scene by Andrew Zylinski (b. 1869) gaillardia estate sale Massive Royal Dux porcelain grouping ca. 1925-35 Substantial charger in Royal Copenhagen’s highly sought after “Flora Danica” pattern Bankruptcy sales? Yes, Ma’am. We handle those, too. Oil on canvas by well listed Belgian Carl Duxa (1871 -1937) Japanese cloisonné censer ca. 1920 – 30 14K gold jewelry custom made in Italy for a Guthrie client works by Paul Caponigro and other renowned photographers, and was published in OKC. (We sold it for $3K in January 2017.) We sold this Lexus sedan in the Nichols Hills estate of the late Janet Williams-McLain This Louis Vuitton monogram handbag in Rouge Vernis? It sold in seconds for $1,800.00 plus tax. Louis Vuitton pocketbook and clutch 1995 Polaris ATV Terrific Mid-Century Modern living room grouping (Woodward estate sale) Late Chi’ing Dynasty rosewood altar table Lalique crystal cachet (“Rapace“) We sold this pristine Lexus sedan in the Norman estate of the late Sac & Fox tribal official Mrs. Marjorie Roane. one of two Handel hanging lamps in the Arts & Crafts taste This torch-cut brass chandelier was executed in the Brutalist style in the early Seventies (Tom Greene for Feldman Lighting) Classic cars are always huge draws! oil on canvas by Gustav Weigand (1870 – 1957), entitled “Autumn” Tag Heuer “Sports Elegance” Baume & Mercier ladies’ wristwatch in 18K gold filigree 2012 Honda CRV with app. 16,800 original miles Magnificent art glass vase by Toshi Iwata formal living room, Norman estate sale (Brookhaven Square) Marge Carson partner’s desk Gilcrease bronze, “Pouncing Fox,” by Sherry Sander marvelous late Victorian vitrine with deeply carved pilasters and handsome burl Lladró porcelain grouping entitled “Act II” Oil on canvas by John Joseph Enneking Stone lithograph by Arkansas-Oklahoma artist Charles Banks Wilson (1918 – 2013) MacKenzie-Childs wares all sold in under 20 minutes! Deeply hand-chased sterling frame by Buccellati George Jensen stainless flatware in the “Prism” pattern This vintage Pucci silk shift was one of the first things sold at a Lakehurst sale. a red fox stroller custom-cut for Neiman-Marcus A whimsical pair of Sitzendorf porcelain nodders aerial shot, Mulholland sale Colt revolver — Officer’s Model D Heubach porcelain piano baby ca. 1900 – 10 Steinway Model O grand piano made between 1908 and 1909 Not all that glitters is gold. Regina musical box with serial number for 1897 Lladró figure (“Pensive Eskimo Girl”) by Francisco Catalá We DO sell game trophies, but only after they’ve been thoroughly vetted and approved by the proper legal authorities. Italian alabaster bracket shelf Art Nouveau regulator (German, ca. 1905-10) We provide as many locked, lighted showcases as your estate requires. Russian (Izhmash) Saiga 20 gauge rifle (AK-47 design) Magazine not pictured. 2007 Ford Hybrid Escape w:app. 24,400 original miles Mid-Century Modern art pottery plaque designed by Bertil Vallien for Hal Fromhold Here’s a huge Art Nouveau spelter figure we sold in a Centennial Square sale in 2013. mid-Victorian, English made toilette set of rosewood, sterling, and crystal from the Quail Creek estate of Dr. Bill Fors. Roost Interior Design in February 2016. early 19th c. polychromed wood plaques (Chinese) This vintage Pucci silk shift was one of the first things sold at a Lakehurst sale. Brutalist-style chandelier Original bas relief by Glenna Goodacre Sterling, coin silver, Old Sheffield Plate, and modern electroplate all keep our patrons quite happy. Few finer bird guns have ever been produced, some say. Engraving, “Femme Au Balcon,” by Pablo Picasso (1881 – 1973) Here’s a substantial pair of Sèvres style palace urns that we sold for $11,000.00 in 2015. an assemblage of early 20th century Sumida Gawa wares RETRO VEGAS KITSCH! We sold this tufted red Naugahyde bar in a heartbeat at our last Woodward sale. Need a John Deere corn sheller from the late 19th century? We sold one in Edmond! den, Fairview Farm sale Massive garden statuary remains a popular choice among our customers. Colt .380 pistol (government model) 1946 Ferguson tractor with (modern) Brush Hog Oil on canvas by well listed Belgian Carl Duxa (1871 -1937) Ltd. edition serigraph entitled “Sorcier d’Oz” (“The Wizard of Oz”) by Hiro Yamagata (1948 – ) 2016 BMW 320i sedan (app. 7,210 orig. miles) Tiffany & Co. sterling coffee service (“George I”) We sold this kitschy Elgin wristwatch display in November 2014. marvelous late Victorian vitrine with deeply carved pilasters and handsome burl Schuco Combinato, complete with its original box and steel key Chinese Export porcelain bowl ca. 1790 – 1800 in the green “Fitzhugh” pattern Matt and John had a BLAST prepping a sale just west of downtown Edmond! pine armoire in the Country French taste, along with 19th century painted plaster statues of St. Anthony of Padua and Our Lady of Dolors Here’s a well cast, extremely heavy, 14K yellow gold charm bracelet from the Fabulous Fifties. (♫ Sh-boom, sh-boom . . . ♫) Edwardian facsimiles of two Louis XIII-style fauteuils We liquidated the entire inventory of Dulaney’s in September 2014. This Steuben Ivrene console bowl flew off the shelves! We often have more than one staff member running the banks of showcases. $50 Maple Leaf w:14K bezel & chain; Austro-Hungarian corona re-strike; Mexican 20 peso pc. with 14K bezel & chain Our sales are arranged for maximum visual effect AND heavy traffic flow. Rogers group entitled “Coming to The Parson” (ca. 1865 – 70) late Victorian Knabe parlor grand piano in rosewood Rogers group entitled “Coming to The Parson” (ca. 1865 – 70) Country French pine and other period furnishings & accessories Bradley & Hubbard slag glass lamp ca. 1910 – 15 14K and jade cufflinks We (pardon the pun) uncovered this early Victorian, jacquard-woven coverlet in the Chickasha estate of the late Mrs. Louise Jenkins. Detail photo of a charming Renaissance Revival tester bed converted into a bench The Chickasha customer who bought this Louis Vuitton case in April 2017 was in love with the piece the very second she saw it Brilliant Period cut glass lemonade set (signed Libbey) 6’1″ Yamaha black lacquer grand piano equipped with a for $13,000.00 “Laughing Girl” may not be the rarest of the vintage Coca-Cola tin litho trays, but it remains one of the most popular. Annemarie Davidson enameled copper smoking set ca. 1960 Meissen grouping (Europa & The Bull) Fun, vintage sheet music Lyon & Healy “Troubadour” harp superb example of a Black Forest carved walnut jewel casket ca. 1870 – 80 One man’s gaudy is another man’s 3,450 bucks. (This marvelous brooch sold in 20 seconds.) one of two Handel hanging lamps in the Arts & Crafts taste Portrait, oil on canvas, by Etienne Ret (1900 – 1996) We’ll give your realtor or property manager free publicity to get your home sold or leased after the sale. We have customers who pay top dollar for Oklahoma pottery rarities. High end Omega chronographs sell with ease. Our patrons love luxury handbags, both vintage and modern. Sterling, coin silver, Old Sheffield Plate, and modern electroplate all keep our patrons quite happy. Vintage toys from the Fifties and Sixties Tea & coffee svc. in Reed & Barton’s much loved “Winthrop” pattern fantastic American folk art jug (late 19th century) County Line working chute, w:palpatian cage One of many fine bronzes we sold from the estate of the late Captain Joseph Krepps Bucherer ladies’ wristwatch in white 18K gold Listing provenance? It makes a difference! English tallcase clock ca. 1835 – 40 Springfield Armory Model 1884; U.S. Cavalry issue; .45:70 caliber single shot; ”trap door” action. Here’s a fine Old Paris vase we sold in July 2017. Venetian vanity tray, likely Salviati, ca. 1945-55) etching, “Velazquez,” by Salvador Dalí (1904 – 1989) French champlevé and alabaster holy water font Vintage clothing? Always in style! Massive, quadrefoil-shaped lead jardinière (English, ca. 1880-90) Bobcat with attachments (Pottawatomie County ranch sale, 2012) mid-19th century ormolu figure of Rebecca at the well Original tempera by Oklahoma Comanche artist Joyce Lee “Doc” Tate Nevaquayah (1932 – 1996) 18′ stock trailer (rural Oklahoma County ranch sale) Living room shot, the Heritage Hills estate of the late Hon. Stewart Hunter acrylic on canvas by Pawnee Wichita artist Gerald Wayne Moore (a.k.a. Ba-Ta-Dee) We specialize in making order out of chaos. Chinese monochrome jars (Daoguang Period) David Yurman sterling jewelry living room, Norman sale Mid-18th century French portrait (oil on canvas, artist unknown) 1 of 2 Wes Hunting art glass vessels we sold in December 2016. Fine jewelry remains wildly popular with our customer base. Black opaline jewel casket (likely French) ca. 1880 – 90 Lama “Comanche” .357 revolver Here’s a fine Old Paris vase we sold in July 2017. No sale is too large for McNeil Liquidations! Here’s an exceptional pair of Teplitz garniture urns we sold at the Don Pearson sale in Norman, Oklahoma. Paul Revere Pottery (a.k.a. “Saturday Evening Girls”) earthenware bowl and matching plate antique French barometer Fun and colorful Thirties Era novelty lamp early 19th. c. tortoiseshell & sterling étui sold from Gloria Vanderbilt’s private collection sterling tea caddy in the “Repoussé pattern by Kirk Oil on canvas, works on paper, gouaches, bronzes, you name it. Basket woven by Oklahoma Cherokee artist Mavis Doering intricately cast, electroplated épergne (flint glass liners) oil on canvas by noted Brazilian painter Aníbal Mattos (1889 – 1969) polychromed plaster statue of St. Joseph The Protector (purchased from a church in Bordeaux) We scrupulously abide by all state and Federal laws when liquidating firearms. Ornately carved throne-style chair from Seminole’s famous Grisso Mansion We keep pace with changing markets. One of several quality gun safes we sold in a Blue Quail Ridge sale in 2011 Curtis Jeré brass wall hanging (Golden Gate Bridge) American needlework sampler dated 1828 Gilcrease bronze, “The Long Reach,” by T.D. Kelsey McGuire rattan and glass dining suite (Norman estate sale on Smoking Oaks) cameo brooch of 9 karat gold and Scottish agate (Birmingham hallmarks for 1894) Armand Marseille porcelain doll ca. 1910 – 15 Gold coins and bullion alike sell with rapidity and ease. Here’s a wonderful panoramic room shot of a sale we conducted in The Village back in July of 2015. Victor Vasarely screen print Chinese Export painting from the early 19th century (from the estate of the late Edward Walsh) Gouda lantern (Plateelbakkerij Zuid-Holland factory; cipher for 1924) detail, Anatolian rug ca. 1920 – 30 We’re glad to work in venues from townhouses to warehouses to mansions. Have a boat in your estate? Leave it for the sale! late 19th century Moser & Moser-type glass boxes Maitland-Smith table and chairs wonderful raku-glazed vase by fondly remembered Oklahoma City potter Montee Hoke R.S. Prussia porcelain pitcher ca. 1905 – 10 These shiny baubles weren’t expensive in their day, and aren’t expensive even now. (But they’re certainly popular at sales!) 1983 Mercedes-Benz SL380 2008 Mercury Milan with approximately 9,650 original miles Drypoint by Mexican artist Alfredo Zalce (1908 – 2003) No job is too much for McNeil Liquidations! unsigned 14K yellow gold figural brooch with ruby eyes We sold this Buccellati flatware service for $11,500.00. Ltd. edition serigraph entitled “Sorcier d’Oz” (“The Wizard of Oz”) by Hiro Yamagata (1948 – ) Fiestaware pottery is always a winner! The Glenbrook estate of the late Kent Potter (1954 – 2017) ladies’ wristwatch in 14K gold (Seiko movement) oil on canvas entitled “Mademoiselle” by Oklahoma artist Glenda Youritzin-Green Herman Miller 670 lounge chair and 671 ottoman, both designed by Charles Eames There’s a VERY strong market for Art Moderne in Oklahoma and north Texas! Moser-style enameled wine set ca. 1895 – 1900 (Denniston Park estate sale) Artist’s proof litho by Israeli artist Itzchak Tarkay mid-18th century Venetian giltwood mirror John Hardy sterling bracelet Nymphenburg blanc de chine porcelain grouping A selection of scarce flow blue; an Ansonia clock with a Royal Bonn case; a RomWeber dining suite living room, Norman sale Lalique crystal leopard figure (“Zeila”) Salvador Dalí designed this 18K gold & diamond pendant and chain entitled “La Madonna de Port Lligat” A mid-19th century English engraving of 18th century Scottish poet Robert “Bobby” Burns one of many images from the estate of Tony & Teri Beals We had a ball selling the contents of this Edmond interior design firm! Large pastel by Oklahoma City artist Donna Berryhill Tiffany Studios bronze letter caddy ca. 1905 – 10 Chinese Export silver bracelet adorned with enameling and coral Truly exceptional armoire à deux corps (French, ca. 1830 – 40) Rosenthal porcelain grouping (“Venus With Parrot”) designed by Adolf Opel Beverly’s “Chicken in The Rough” memorabilia The Glenbrook estate of the late Kent Potter (1954 – 2017) Art Deco spelter matchbook holder by Frankart Bronze letter opener (gingko leaf) by Tony Hochstetler double-sided, French made vitrine ca. 1920 – 30 We routinely liquidate businesses as well as the contents of residences. We sold these 3 Warren Platner pieces (upholstery stains and all!) for over $8,000.00 in May 2014. Quimper (Henriot) faïence Just because it’s made of plastic doesn’t mean that it’s of low value! We sold this coromandel screen in Quail Creek. pottery vessel by Edwina Tosa Tortalita (Jemez Pueblo) library, Fairview Farm estate sale Lalique crystal figure (“Sanglier“) MacKenzie-Childs items are huge hits with our customer base! Late Victorian spool cabinet Doulton flow blue platter with (rare) steer design Edwardian bracelet of 14K yellow gold, seed pearls, and mine-cut diamonds 2007 Ford Freestyle .800 silver compact set with rubies and adorned with a Limoges enamel cartouche “butterscotch” Bakelite crib toy Swarovski crystal cockatoo figure Dinner plate, “Our America” pattern dinnerware designed by Rockwell Kent for Vernon Kilns Roseville Pottery hanging basket in the “Apple Blossom” pattern Richly carved tête-à-tête made in France ca. 1885 – 95 Annemarie Davidson enameled copper smoking set ca. 1960 living room, Norman sale 2010 T@B teardrop trailer made by Dutchmen exceedingly rare 1569 edition of Bracton’s “De Legibus et Consuetudinibus Angliæ” Beadwork on deerskin moccasins (likely Comanche) Reverse-painted, mushroom dome lamp, in the style of Pairpoint (from the Stillwater estate of Dr. Raymond Chapel) Our customers go gaga for estates filled with fine jewelry. kitchen shot, Edmond sale Rookwood art pottery decorated by the noted artist Jens Jensen Frank Anderson painting Hudson River at West Point art pottery vase by Polish-American artisan Polia Pillin Judith Lieber handbags sell first thing off the bat! kitchen shot of a gorgeous Edmond sale full size (app. 5’7″ tall) mid-Victorian cast iron coffee mill (from an estate we liquidated on Britton Road) massive French dining table and chairs Conch cameo ca. 1900 – 10, with etched 10K gold frame Why pay retail for Borowski glass? art pottery vase by Oklahoma City potter Montee Hoke textile collage by internationally recognized Dutch artist Karel Appel (Cobra School) Outstanding example of Vandermark-Merritt Studio’s craftsmanship! Bauer Pottery jardiniere designed by Russel Wright The new owner didn’t want the water feature in his Quail Creek garden, so we sold it for him — rocks & all! God is in the detail. handsome Edwardian Era Italian marble figure of Erato Tudor Era traveling coffer glazed terra cotta grouping modeled by sculptor Louis Riché (1877 – 1949) This Matt Smith oil on canvas (“Dana Butte”) that we sold in Quail Creek is a fine example of a Prix de West favorite. Girard-Perregaux wristwatch of white 18K gold, diamonds, and sapphires One of five intaglio prints on embossed artist’s paper by S. Patricia Benson late 19th c. Chinese Export rosewood secretary featuring intricately carved fretwork framed collage by OKC artist Michi Susan French sewing kit of 18K gold and elephant ivory (We sold this set prior to the 2014 Federal directive regarding sales of elephant ivory.) 2.75 ct. brilliant-cut diamond solitaire set in 18K yellow gold Ansonia clock (Royal Bonn case) We sold this coromandel screen in Quail Creek. Meissen compote in the “Blue Onion” pattern fine jewelry with fine design What’s not to love? Oil on canvas by California artist Thomas Safford Deeply carved, marble-topped table from Seminole’s famed Grisso Mansion We have strict showcase protocols we follow at all our sales. 2011 Dodge van w:BraunAbility handicapped-accessible mobility package and under 9K original miles late Victorian spool cabinet (Merrick’s) Japanese mixed metals box (late Meiji Period) “Echogee,” a children’s book written and illustrated by Oklahoma artist Lumhee Holot-Tee (a.k.a. Acee Blue Eagle) Fine jewelry, coins, firearms, and other small items of high value are kept in locked, lighted showcases. Ridgway flow blue turkey platter Original pen & ink illustration drawn for Grossett & Dunlap by Oklahoma artist Charles Banks Wilson (1918 – 2013) Rolex:Tudor chronograph (Tiger Woods edition) Vintage comics always draw huge crowds! 1 of 2 Wes Hunting art glass vessels we sold in December 2016. Burnished black on black San Ildefonso bear figure by José Aguilar (a.k.a. Yellowbird) Lalique crystal cachet (“Rapace“) Czech beaded lamp atop a plateau ca. 1920 – 30 massive French dining table and chairs Here’s a shot of a huge sale we moved out of Gaillardia. Magnificent French cradle (First Empire, ca. 1805 -1810) Here’s one pic of the gargantuan sale in which we liquidated Oklahoma’s most successful staging company. Roberto Coin “Elephant Skin” ring of 18K yellow and white gold with diamonds Oil on board by noted British artist Adelaide Haselgrave oil on canvas by Aaron Draper Shattuck (1831 – 1928) 2.24 carat, marquise shape, brilliant-cut diamond in a14K yellow gold, Florentine finish band The Quail Creek estate of John & Berta Rex was FILLED with pig-related collectibles. American gold and silver coins and medals (Tealwood estate sale) Watercolor entitled “Reflections,” by Choctaw-Chickasaw artist Norma Howard Stunning Amphora (Riessner, Stellmacher, and Kessel) grouping ca. 1910 – 15 Tiffany & Company earrings in 18K gold, with sapphires and diamonds Oil on canvas by OKC artist Gary Bates figural condiment jars by Holt Howard tallcase clock, Edmond sale acrylic painting entitled “Nation on the Move” (Kansas City artist Ron Raymer) 20′ Aermotor windmill with pump (rural Harrah estate sale) Even modestly priced costume jewelry and fashion accessories are well displayed and marketed. Acrylic on canvas by Oklahoma Comanche artist George Smith “Woogie” Watchetaker (1916 – 1993) We sold this Egyptian-made bracelet in a Yukon sale. We’re careful to label a great many items in our preview photos, thus clarifying matters for our customers. oil on canvas by Native American artist Kenneth Su We sold this 1919 panoramic photograph of the Oklahoma Capitol from the estate of the late William and Janice Townsend. vintage petroleum signs from a Norman ranch sale we conducted in November 2013 Morbier style tallcase clock ca. 1820 – 30 (from the Nichols Hills estate of Karen Cunningham) Lee armchairs (Gaillardia sale) Italian made earrings of 18K yellow gold & brilliant-cut diamonds Tallcase clock, Edmond sale 2007 Ford Taurus SEL (Norman sale) The Glenbrook estate of the late K Potter (1954 – 2017) 1946 Ferguson tractor with (modern) Brush Hog We’re ga-ga for Van Cleef & Arpels’ figural pieces! Kewpie doll ca. 1912 – 16 (from the estate of the late Nina Maxwell) Truly spectacular Chinese Export rosewood table ca. 1890 – 95 Massive Eugene Bavinger oil on board; much more Chinese silver censer decorated richly with enamel brass birdcage ca. 1890 – 1900, from Kansas City’s famed Hotel LaSalle MacKenzie-Childs? It never lingers. Massive Royal Copenhagen porcelain floor vase (artist signed) Meissen porcelain tiered compote in the famous “Blue Onion” pattern enameled cranberry glass celery holder with quadruple plate frame, ca. 1885 – 90 oil on board by Arthur Bowen Davies (1863 – 1928) Formal dining room, Norman estate sale Thirties novelty lamp from the Bethany estate of Betty and Leo Lippert Cub Cadet riding lawnmower (Mustang sale) Handsome bronze figure (swimming carp) by Tony Hochstetler heavy 14K gold charm bracelet This grand Nichols Hills mansion sold for $1.2 million in December 2014 thanks to the exposure from the estate sale we conducted on site. vintage Phillips 66 dealer sign (as found) rare Glycine “Airman” chronograph w:orig. paperwork and wooden case Watercolor entitled “Gathering Wood,” by Choctaw-Chickasaw artist Norma Howard den, Fairview Farm estate sale Diminutive, well cast bronze figure of Radetzky detail, Antatolian rug ca. 1920 – 30 Our sales are beautifully staged and professionally photographed. Saginaw breakfront customized by the late Warren Ramsey, a favorite interior decorator in OKC and Dallas in the middle of the twentieth century. American needlework sampler dated 1828 Selection of frames from Dallas’ renowned firm of Loyd-Paxton full size (app. 5’7″ tall) mid-Victorian cast iron coffee mill (from an estate we liquidated on Britton Road) Philco “Predicta” television — a popular collectible in Mid-Century circles Baccarat “Genova” pattern cut-to-clear claret glasses bronze figure of Dante Alighieri, after the work of Jean-Paul Aubé (1837 – 1916) Meiji Period Imari charger 1993 Miata convertible with app. 36K original miles Who doesn’t love Jay Strongwater? Austro-Bohemian cordial set ca. 1910 – 20 We sell vehicles at reduced commission. (Vehicles are terrific draws for any given sale!) Here’s a shot of a huge sale we moved out of Gaillardia. We provide as many locked, lighted showcases as your estate requires. detail, tribal rug made in western Iran around the time of WWI Sometimes gold and silver coins are worth more from a numismatic standpoint than from their metal value. We go the extra mile to find out. Browning “Yukon Gold” gun safe anodized copper mirror from C. Jeré’s “Raindrops” collection art glass vase by Dominick Labino (1910 – 1987) vintage petroleum signs from a Norman ranch sale we conducted in November 2013 Another shot of a huge sale we moved out of Gaillardia. Oil on canvas (lake scene) by Thomas Blake (1890 – ?) Art Nouveau bronze tray by Albert Marionnet (1852 – 1910) ranch mink coat (custom-cut for Neiman Marcus) “Water Lilies” (oil on canvas) by Oklahoma painter Carole Broughton Bucherer ladies’ wristwatch in white 18K gold Perennially popular patterned porcelain! Gouda art pottery plate We often sell the works of noted Oklahoma and Texas artists. Portrait, oil on canvas, by Etienne Ret (1900 – 1996) Here’s just one example of a typically full jewelry showcase at one of our sales. early 18th century French-made bed from the inventory of the late Henri Chansolme, proprietor of Orion Antiques Wurlitzer jukebox (Serial number corresponds to 1957 production date.) Herend porcelain cachepot in the “Chinese Flowers” pattern, filled with Gorham enameled flowers (Stillwater sale) 2.24 carat, marquise shape, brilliant-cut diamond in a14K yellow gold, Florentine finish band Woodblock print by Hiroshi Yoshida (1876 – 1950) Burnished black on black pottery bowl by Santa Clara Pueblo potter Helen Shupla Wurlitzer black lacquer grand piano (Nichols HIlls estate sale) late Edwardian brush:mirror set in 14K yellow gold 1979 Fiat X1:9 convertible STAY UP TO DATE Would you like to receive e-mail notices about upcoming estate sales? Stay Up To Date Would you like to receive e-mail notices about upcoming estate sales? 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