Saturday, June 4, 2016 – 9:00 A.M.
The Auction Company – 475 11th Avenue – Jasper, Indiana
Directions: Highway 231 South in Jasper, east on 12th Avenue, north on Wernsing Road and east on 11th Avenue. Located behind Bob Luegers Motors. Watch for lead-in signs from Highway 231.
Antiques and Collectibles
Two walnut ornate Victorian high back beds (7 1/2 ft. tall) with matching foot boards, 7 ½ ft. walnut Victorian seated hall tree, walnut cylinder roll secretary desk/cabinet, several walnut marble top wash stands, several very nice Bradley and Hubbard style slag glass banquet lamps (perfect condition), many key wind mantle clocks of various style and makers, walnut 7 ½ ft. country style corner cabinet with arched top, outstanding walnut break front china cabinet, green depression serving bowls, candlewick serving bowl, Jewel T coffee pot, yellow depression platter, Carnival marigold oak leaf bowl, grape and cable amethyst Carnival bowls, flat irons, over 100 pieces of great Carnival glass (marigold, amethyst and others), walnut framed Victorian love seat with red crushed velvet upholstery, many pictures and picture frames, large hand painted Nippon vase, several hand painted Nippon hat pin holders, two marble based candelabras, large Fenton hand painted serving bowls, St. Clair paperweight, two Fenton hand painted oil lamps, Czechoslovakian hand painted bowls, large Rosewood piano from “The Rustic” in Jasper, Indiana, tall Nippon hand painted vase, large Fenton ruffled edge serving compote, walnut marble top library table, large red satin glass Gone With The Wind kerosene lamp, two walnut upholstered side chairs, 30 inch pewter banquet lamp, various cast iron boot jacks, several colored glass vases, walnut three drawer marble top dresser, Uhl grape pitcher, hand painted 31 inch Gone With The Wind kerosene lamp, Edison cylinder rolls, two quilts, walnut Victorian server/bureau, Pinky and Blue Boy framed pictures, 24 inch hand painted Gone With The Wind kerosene lamp, milk glass hen on nest, walnut piano stools, several pieces of pink and green depression glassware, milk glass punch bowl set, Texas Ware mixing bowls, banjo key wind wall clock, Fenton lady statues, Merry Christmas paper weight, New Haven key wind banjo wall clock, John Haviland – Bavaria china set – serving fro eight, Uhl brown milk pitcher, Chicago Telephone Company oak wall mount telephone, three oak Regulator key wind wall clocks (school house style), Fostoria square cake stand, Crystal Arcade wall mount coffee grinder, Fenton handled basket, cast iron cherry pitters, purple glass Victorian cruet set, tall purple glass vases, purple glass fluted top vases, purple glass with etched rose serving decanter with brass eagle lid, unusual cast iron base epernge lamp, various stoneware shoulder jugs, upright walnut piano, cast iron bird match holder, 15 pieces of cobalt blue Colorado glassware, marble top library table, glass Dazey churns, wooden coffee grinders, blue Shirley Temple glass creamers, four Victorian hanging and weighted lamps, oak fern stands, oak bow front china cabinet, wooden kraut cutters, hand painted Nippon chocolate set, Edison table top cylinder player, oil lamps, large walnut knockdown wardrobe, American Scale Company “Test Your Future” coin operated scale, copper wash boiler, spare glass lamp shades, bottle capers and many more items.
Household and Miscellaneous
Three outstanding large concrete eagle statue yard ornaments, two electric fireplaces, four piece dark finish queen size bedroom suit, brass full size bed, Christmas decorations, pots, pans, baking dishes, flatware, small kitchen appliances, Pyrex dishes, maple dining table with four chairs, walnut buffet and more clean household items.
Owner: Richard Slaven Estate - Odon, Indiana
Auctioneer's Note: This is an outstanding antiques and collectibles auction featuring many fantastic items that are in wonderful condition. This will be one of the best auctions you will attend in 2016! Terms are cash, check or credit card. 3% Buyer's Premium for credit card purchases. Indiana sales tax charged. All items sold as-is. Doors open at 7 am day of auction. Plenty of seating and great food available inside our large climate controlled auction facility. For more information, call Chip Kugler at (812) 630-9691 or visit website at www.the-auction-company.com.