Estate Sale Roundup: May 15-19

Sales may be few this week, but the pickings are hardly slim.

Leonard and Mibbs, 1955

Set the timer on the percolator early this week so you can make all three of these sales. What's new to you awaits.

Navajo & Quality in Highpoint Sale
If Southwestern decor happens to be your thing, this sale is for you. You'll find five Navajo rugs; Navajo hand-beaded authentic medicine bags, plains bag, plateau bags; Navajo leather and seed bead pipe bag, an extremely old bag that is framed; turquoise jewelry; American Indian carved horn; Frederick Remington bronze statue Calling the Buffalo; Fraser bronze statue End of the Trail; Billiards table custom made by Boessling of New Braunfels. Made with three slates, the felt is in perfect condition; it is heavy (9'x5'x31" tall. Includes all equipment). Large white terra cotta Mexican pottery decor for outdoor or indoor; antique bench with dowel connections, no nails; antique priest chasuble from Spain; Our Lady of Guadalupe framed art; Scottish crest; antique telegraph; Hoyt Medalist Recurve bow with Easton Target arrows; Giulietti accordion handcrafted in Italy, 24 key, 120 button red pearl; outdoor wicker chair set; patio furniture; large copper lidded handled boiler pot; Spode Edwardian childhood pitcher; 10-piece matching antique basin, pitcher, lidded chamber pot of semi-vitreous porcelain; sewing machines and notions: Kenmore 12-stitch, Shark Model 384, antique in excellent condition, white rotary working pedal machine; wicker bedroom set; full-sized wrought iron bed with new pillow-top mattress set; woven barstools; Uniworld Ice Crusher snow cone machine with syrups; oak gaming table with matching chairs and buffet; Hamilton Beach panini machine; white KitchenAid Ultra stand mixer with attachments KSM900; KitchenAid meat grinder attachment; brown leather sofa; camping gear; Campbell Hausfeld air compressor; Honeywell 20001 generator; ZIP scooter; new Radio Flyer red wagon. Credit cards, cash, and checks accepted. 221 Running Water Way, 78737; Thu.-Fri., 8am-3pm, Sat., 8am-1pm.

May Multiple Estate Sale
So many chairs, so little time: Eight vintage wood dining chairs with pink damask upholstery; set of four vintage rush chairs; small antique chairs, and quite a few more. All of the walls downstairs is covered in art this week, such as original oils, watercolors, and signed prints. Beach Room: An estate in Sun City offers a blue and white striped Havertys sofa; Havertys striped chair with ottoman; white rattan dresser and mirror; large white washed pine and wrought iron Heredon sideboard with hutch; vintage natural rattan table with glass top and four chairs; natural rattan queen headboard; foyer table; sea shells; small hand-painted chest; marine and beach art; parrots; collectible plates; books including Harvard Classics and novels. From an estate in Northwest Hills comes an antique mahogany bench with matching chair in a damask floral upholstery; a mid-century metal foyer table; black and gold chaise; four wooden swivel barstools; and a pair of Wedgwood style lamps. Just arrived: an amazing estate collection of 14k rings (some with gemstones), Native American jewelry, and a diamond and white gold butterfly choker. Other treasures are a sterling tea service, including tray, from Mexico; large silver-plate punch bowl with cups; vintage costume jewelry. Courtyard: four pink sling chairs with round glass table; vintage white metal patio set with four barrel chairs and umbrella; side tables; pair of vintage black springy chairs; planters, gardening tools. Bargainville: a large primitive pine table; four pine dining chairs with cane seats; antique French pastry cart; antique wicker chair; vintage wrought iron coffee table; contemporary chandelier; fisherman's basket table; oak cabinet; rocker; sewing cabinet; pair of mid-century glass and brass side tables; Asian art and collectibles; Western and Native American items; silver-plate; crystal; several sets of china; Frankoma, art, mirrors, lamps, and books. This room starts at 50% off, then goes to 75% off on Sunday. Cash or credit cards accepted. 8108 Mesa, Set A100, 78759; Thu.-Sat., 9am-5pm, Sun., 11am-5pm.

It Was Love at First Sight
Leonard and Mibbs were introduced by a mutual friend in 1955, and went on to raise four children. Come shop this living estate sale for mid-century, contemporary, and French Country-style furnishings; original art and decor; lighting; antiques; jewelry; serving and entertaining items; tools; outdoor living, and collectibles. Credit, debit cards, and cash only. 2219 Fancy Gap, 78745; Fri., 10am-3pm, Sat., 9am-3pm; Sun., 11am-2pm.

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