Past Sales

NAHANT ESTATE SALE 

24 CLIFF STREET

FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND SUNDAY

FEBRUARY 28, 29 AND MARCH 1

FROM 10AM TO 3PM EACH DAY

We are selling the contents of this wonderful, grand, old Victorian home and accompanying  carriage house. The house is very near Nahant’s Forty Steps and has been in the same family for over 50 years. The lady of the house was a talented artist, weaver and an avid collector.  There are four floors in the main house plus the carriage house, each is loaded with an interesting and eclectic variety of items.

There is fine crystal including Waterford, Steuben, Lalique, large set of Limoges china, Wedgwood, Titian Ware, Lamberton china and more, antique Rose Medallion plates and platters, Josh Simpson art glass plate, historical plates, antique pressed glass, lots of quality costume jewelry, ornate silver plated tea sets, Asian items, primitives, vintage and artisan pottery including early Dedham pottery hen pitcher, South Western pottery, pair of Rookwood dog bookends, antique Pennsylvania crock (as is), flow blue turkey plates, two matching Hubley cast iron circus elephant banks, antique doorstops, set of French oyster plates, icons, two wonderful antique hooked rug with cats, Griswold #7 oval roaster with rare insert, lamps including two students lamps, fireplace equipment, nautical items, tools, Columbia Graphaphone (as found), Bigelow and Kennard French brass and glass clock, reproduction John Bell pottery, kitchenware, tons of bric-a-brac.

Josh Simpson art glass plates, historical plates, antique pressed glass, lots of quality costume jewelry, ornate silver plated tea sets, Asian items, primitives, vintage and artisan pottery including early Dedham pottery hen pitcher, South Western pottery, pair of Rookwood dog bookends, antique Pennsylvania crock (as is), flow blue turkey plates, two matching Hubley cast iron circus elephant banks, antique doorstops, set of French oyster plates, icons, two wonderful antique hooked rug with cats, Griswold #7 oval roaster with rare insert, lamps including two students lamps, fireplace equipment, nautical items, tools, Columbia Graphaphone (as found), Bigelow and Kennard French brass and glass clock, reproduction John Bell pottery, kitchenware, tons of bric-a-brac.

Nilus Leclerc table top looms and other looms, J. L. Hammett Co. loom bench, spinning wheel parts, cashmere, alpaca, merino, shaker, New Zealand wool, and other quality yarns, sewing items, material including a never used bolt of Scalamandre silk damask, baskets, basket making material, antique quilts, boxes of quilt pieces, vintage linen, textiles, vintage craft and needlework magazines, boxes and boxes of craft items including beads, Persian Tabriz rug, large selection of clothes, some vintage, shoes, purses, older fishing equipment, fish tanks, cdvs, dvds, Nintendo 3DS and more!

Lots of books with many on weaving, jewelry making, art, etc. great collection of 1970s and 1980s rock and roll magazines such as”Cream”, “Circus”, “Hit Parade”, “Rolling Stone”, 1970s comics, “Mad” and “Crack” magazines, misc. ephemera, vintage toys, doll houses and furniture.

Paintings, etchings and prints with works by Samuel Chamberlain, Sears Gallagher,Gaston Delatenay, Hans Bohme, G. Alix, Barry R. Ridlan, Serge Novin, Alan Winter, Howard Ashman Patterson, sculptures, and other art.

Furniture styles ranging from early Victorian, mid century and newer traditional including a Hepplewhite glass door inlaid armoire, Duncan Phyfe inlaid dining room table, set of twelve mahogany shield back chairs, game tables, heavily carved great chair, four Sheraton rush seat stenciled chairs, oak machinist chest, glass front oak bookcase, step back Eastlake oak cupboard, New England tiger maple stand, early painted youth chair, antique Franklin cast iron stove, mirrors, marble top Victorian table, desks, antique beds, several antique children’s chairs, Paul McCobb desk and side table, Globe Wernicke oak barrister bookcase, leather sofas, outdoor patio set, even a large cast iron, Rapidayton gas pump and much more!!

NUMBERS FRIDAY BY 9AM

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