Estate Sale Roundup: October 17-19

The weather is perfect for rummaging

You could potentially come home with something for every room in the house this week, as well as the back yard – and photograph it all with a vintage camera!

The Coffee Was Always Hot at Dot's
This estate is a tribute to a devoted wife, mother, and grandmother. This sale is a treasure trove of vintage and mid-century items. Solid mid-century furnishings, decor, art, cooking and serving items, massive kitchen linen collection, collectibles, costume jewelry, holiday decor, art opportunities, power and hand tools, and more. Cash, credit/debit cards accepted. 8206 Emberwood, 78757. Fri., 10am-3pm, Sat., 9am-2pm, Sun., 11am-2pm.








Retro in Allandale
Retro 60's Sofa, large owls oil painting, mid-century modern Nevermar end tables, mid-century modern copper and walnut ewer, Murano glass bowl, glass modernist sculpture, original brass cactus sculpture, retro 70's dinette set, retro pull-down light, mid-century modern blonde six-drawer chest w/ mirror, mid-century modern blonde full-sized bed, mid-century modern blonde night stand, Art Deco ashtray stand, aqua glass compote, hammered copper kettle, penguin chrome ice buckets, vintage Buick toy car, Art Deco mantle clock, Kosta Boda vase, ornate wall sconce, Glenwood Blount watercolors, Curtiss Jere sculpture, Japanese shell art, Tole tray, stovetop coffee/espresso makers, Flow-Blue pitcher, retro service tray, tall stem crystal cordials, Amana refrigerator, Sunflower Pyrex, classic dining room chairs, Heywood Wakefield-style eight-drawer chest; 1930's solid maple twin bed, iPad tablet and laptop; European leather covers, full-length faux leopard coat, granny square hand crochet afghans, vintage brooches and pins, vintage holiday ornaments, wallpaper samples, patio set, Weber grill, Hotpoint washer and dryer, Roland Big Bend mountain bike, New Balance Excercycle, Schlage door knobs, camera tripod, vanity light fixture. 6409 Cary, 78757. Sat.-Sun., 8am-4pm.


Copper ewer





Japanese shell art

Packed Sleepy Hollow Estate Sale
The estate of Jules C. Domingue (1926-) and Helen E. Wainwright Domingue (1926-2011) waits in a 3276 sq. ft. home and includes Chickering (Boston) spinet piano with bench; handwoven Konya Ladik (Istanbul) 2'9"x5'5" "Geometrik" rug and other rugs and runners; vintage alabaster lamp, brass lamps, Baldwin brass candlesticks, Virginia Metalcrafters brass; Gorham candlesticks and other silverplate; petit point pillows; quilt stand; oak plant stand, coal scuttle and other antique smalls; 1947 Roseville blue "Snowberry" pedestal (no jardiniere); Vilbor (Germany) barometer/thermometer/hygrometer; El Presidente humidor; Howard Miller "Regulator" clock; Southwestern Louisiana Institute "L'Acadian" 1947-49 yearbooks and other books; vintage Underwood typewriter; Targus briefcase, Targus laptop case; CD's, board games and playing cards; Shirley Temple doll with pinback and other vintage dolls and tea sets; costume jewelry; Christian Dior and London Fog coats and other men's clothing; luggage; Byers' Choice carolers, 72 Shiny Brite vintage ornaments and other Christmas items; vintage Kirby vacuum; DP Air-gometer exercise bike. Vintage and contemporary furniture: Natuzzi brown leather sofa with chaise, Hickory Chair "James River" blue settee, pair of Hickory Chair floral wing-back chairs, La-Z-Boy blue leather recliner, Windsor rocker, Sanyo massage recliner, Bombay and other stools and seating; Thomasville dining table with six chairs, maple kitchen table, Henkel Harris (Winchester, VA) cherry tea table, Statton Trytype (Hagerstown, MD) cherry library table; marble-top glass front display cabinet; Hickory White (Hickory, NC) inlaid desk, leather office chair; three-piece entertainment unit, LP album chest; cherry queen bed; pair twin or bunk bed frames; Thomasville queen headboard with mirrors and attached chests; maple ches. Porcelain: Royal Doulton character jugs ("Falstaff #6287, Rip Van Winkle #6438, Bacchus #6499, Merlin #6529, Robinson Crusoe #6532, Lobster Man #6617"); Royal Doulton figurines ("Melanie #2271, Hilary #2335, Robin Hood #2773, Stephanie #2807; The Clown #2890, Country Rose #3221, Helen #3601"); Cuthbertson "Cajun Christmas" plate; Belleek; Boehm; Coalport; Delft; Goebel; Herend; Lenox; Minton; Mottahedeh; Royal Copenhagen; Spode; Tirschenreuth; Villeroy & Boch; Wedgwood; blue and white dishes; Andrea by Sadek bird figurines; Myott "Derby" dishes. Lladrós: "Couple of Doves #1169"; "Flying Duck #1264"; "Floral Serenade #1877"; "Goose Trying to Eat #5034"; "Oration #5357"; "Wild Goose Chase #5553"; "Follow Me #5722"; "Fragrant Bouquet #5862"; "Love Nest #6291"; "Summer Egg #6293"; "Sancho Panza #6633"; "Sweet Sounds of Morning #6864"; "Nature's Duet #6917"; "Aladdin #8532"; "Eskimo Girl with Cold Feet #12157"; "Sharing the Harvest #12179"; "Arctic Allies #12227"; "Poor Little Bear #12232"; "Hurry Now #12306". Crystal and glass: 1975 Brian Maytum (CO) "Jack in the Pulpit" vase; Gränna Glasbruk (Sweden) apple paperweight; Baccarat, Lalique, Mats Jonasson, Orrefors, Rogaska, Val Saint Lambert, Waterford; pink and green Depression glass. Art: Pair of wildlife etchings ("Settin' Down" and "Mississippi Mallards") by Richard E. Bishop (NY, 1887-1975) and other original art; "Hydrangea in an Urn" reproduction by Johan Laurentz Jensen (Danish, 1800-1856), and other framed prints. Sewing-related items: 1980s Bernina Bernette 334D overlocker/serger, vintage white sewing machine with cabinet; Harris & Lewis Island (Scotland) spun handwoven tweed & other fabric; vintage patterns; sewing notions; needlework instruction booklets and magazines, skeins of yarn, wooden yarn bobbins; vintage wooden hat mold/form. Optical equipment: inc. Canon 5x17 FC binoculars; Chinon "Bellami" 35mm camera; Polaroid "Super Colorpack" land camera. Kitchen: Haier microwave, Mikasa "Strawberry Festival" dishes, Magnalite and Calphalon cookware, Hall casserole and set of mixing bowls, 54 pcs. Gorham stainless flatware, 31 pcs. Oneida stainless flatware; cookbooks. Outdoors: Schwinn men's bicycle; metal mesh table with four chairs, settee, chairs and side tables, all painted blue; concrete bird bath and bench and other garden items; Husqvarna YTH2148 21 HP lawn tractor (sold as is: drive belt problem needs replacing); Craftsman tiller; Kenmore gas grill; Craftsman 9" radial arm saw with table; Black & Decker drill set; tools. Cash, local checks with ID, and credit/debit cards accepted. 3300 Barker Hollow, 78739. Fri.-Sar., 10am-3pm, Sun., 10am-1pm.






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