Friday, Saturday and Sunday, January 15, 16, and 17, 9am and 5pm.
This sale is being held by appointment only.
We will be holding multiple estate sales in the magnificent home of Norma and Chester Szaro.
The home is a stunning 20 room Tudor, boasting panoramic views of the Atlantic ocean with a large lawn sweeping gracefully toward a cliff overlooking the rocky shores and crashing waves, it alone is worth the trip.
Chester was a World War II veteran, reaching the rank of Sergeant. After the war he worked in the china and gift business as a manufacturer’s representative doing so for over 50 years. He serviced all of the major department stores including Jordan Marsh and Filene’s, and worked with some of the most successful giftware companies in the industry. He was named “Salesman of the Year” a number of times.
Both Chester and Norma were avid collectors, they enjoyed hunting for antiques and collectables with a keen and knowing eye. They frequently attended our estate sales and Kaminski Auctions.
This house is loaded!
The first sale will take place on the main floor, and each consecutive sale will feature another packed floor. We may, if necessary, hold a fourth and final, residual sale.
The first sale will be held on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, January 15, 16, and 17 between the hours of 9am and 5pm.
We will be following the Covid-19 guidelines, there will be restrictions as to how many people will be allowed in the house at one time. Face masks are REQUIRED for anyone attending. Hand sanitizer will be available at the door and is required for use prior to entering, if waiting outside please practice social distancing and stand 6 feet apart.
To include; lots of antiques, collectibles and decorative items, fine china with pieces by Meissen, Minton, Royal Crown Derby, Herend, Richard Ginori, Royal Worcester, Limoges, Bing & Grondahl, Royal Copenhagen, Pickard, Wedgwood, Lenox, many bone china cups and saucers. set of Royal Doulton “Richelieu” china, Paragon, Royal Doulton, Florence Ceramics, German and Portuguese porcelain figurines, collection of Sylvac Staffordshire and Royal Doulton mini toby jugs, lots of Hummels, Dresden and Irish Dresden lace figurines, Polish pottery, Della Robbia plaques including one 24″ high, Weller and Roseville pottery.
Asian pieces, collection of Mettlach, Merkelbach and other German steins, Baccarat and Murano paperweights, Murano glass walking cane, Czech Deco fruit lamp, alabaster fruit, cut crystal, etched glass, Lalique, Steuben, Bohemian, art glass, sterling
Overlay pieces, sterling cigarette lighters, sterling silver sailboat model in a display case by Takehiko Seki, small bronzes and spelter metal figures, collection of Presidential bronze commemorative medals, silver-plated serving pieces.
Large papier mache “Nipper”, pair of marble turned urns, pottery, artwork, large watercolor by Rod Cofran, art deco and other lamps, books to include antique reference books, cook books, art books, records, dvds, kitchenware, Copco pieces,
Brass and glass mid century retractable dining room table, Mediterranean style “Encanto” dining room table, breakfront and server, display cabinet, Cable Nelson piano, lots of wicker patio furniture, wrought iron patio furniture, outdoor statuary, jardinieres, tile tables, lawn jockeys, and much more!!
HOW TO BOOK AN APPOINTMENT:
Please email your appointment request for FRIDAY, SATURDAY, and/or SUNDAY, January 15, 16, and 17, we will book approximately 8 people per time slot and WILL BE ALLOWING ONE HOUR AND FIFTEEN MINUTES PER APPOINTMENT, the appointment times are 9am, 10:30am, 12pm, 1:30pm and 3:30pm. We will do our best to accommodate your choice of time, however, appointments will be made on a “first come, first served” basis. We will confirm your appointment and send the address by return email.
To book an appointment please contact Paula via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org