F.U.M.C. Sale

Thursday, May 28, 2015 - 2 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Friday, May 29, 2015 - 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Saturday, May 30, 2015 - 8 a.m. to 12 noon

 

Special notes for this sale....PLEASE READ:

The First United Methodist Church bus will shuttle people to the sale.  The bus will go from the Westbrook center on Calder down Thomas Road to Delaware.  It will stop and pick you up if you are parked along Thomas.  The shuttle will begin at 12:30 p.m on Thursday, and at 7:30 a.m. on Friday and Saturday.

If you plan to come early and wait for the sale to open, we suggest you bring a folding chair as there is no place to sit.

We will be accepting credit cards (Mastercard, Visa and Discover).

The owner has relocated from a large Thomas Road home to a smaller residence.  Imagine all the lovely things that could not be moved, and you have an idea of what you will find in this sale!

Furniture: 

  • Steinway grand piano
  • gold settee
  • Thomasville side board
  • small vintage marble top curved front buffet
  • large vitrine
  • small French vitrine
  • ornate inlaid desk with matching chair
  • 2 gold pedestal end tables
  • marble top oblong gold side table
  • 2 lovely square pedestal lamp tables
  • tilt top game table
  • Duncan Phyfe style coffee table
  • square leather top Duncan Phyfe style lamp table
  • yellow display shelf
  • 2 rattan sofas
  • rattan coffee table
  • old oak rocking chair
  • 2 iron stands with marble tops
  • French high back chair with matching footstool, matching lady's chair
  • occasional chairs
  • 2 Drexel club chairs
  • 2 wicker arm chairs
  • 2 white rolling chairs
  • 4 maple kitchen chairs
  • old wooden high chair
  • small white based dining table
  • rectangular mahogany table
  • 4 dining chairs
  • Tell City maple hutch
  • small maple desk with hutch top
  • 2 roll top desks
  • chaise with storage
  • numerous bookcases
  • red floral couch
  • gold velvet couch
  • loveseat, needs reupholstering
  • 9 beds - including 2 sets of twin beds, 2 platform twin beds, 2 double beds,  and a French Provincial king size bedroom suite with dresser and mirror, chest on chest and 2 matching night stands
  • various night stands
  • vanity chair
  • baby crib 
  • vintage child's school desk & chair

Accessories:

  • German grandfathers clock
  • French marble clock with matching side urns
  • Ingraham mantle clock
  • several vintage clocks
  • many lovely ornate framed wall mirrors, entry mirrors, music room mirror
  • several wall tapestries - including signed 1920 French parlor scene by D'Apres Marchetti
  • art deco bronze of 2 gazelles on marble base
  • Mozart & Shakespeare busts, and several sandcast pieces
  • pair of bronze figures, "Good Fishing" and "Distress"
  • copper umbrella stand
  • many prints and paintings - including Windberg prints (one hand signed), framed Williamsburg monthly flower and fruit calendar pages,
  • many lamps- including a pair of crystal prism lamps
  • various plant stands
  • decorative boxes
  • oriental and area rugs 

Kitchen and Butler's Pantry:

  • small appliances, some new with box
  • copper cookware
  • iron skillets
  • canister sets
  • stainless steel utility cart
  • sets of stainless flatware
  • agate coasters
  • several partial sets of casual dinnerware
  • Royal Worcester "Evesham" dinnerware
  • Noritake "Whitehall" dinnerware set
  • lots of copper molds
  • Cutco knives
  • punch bowls
  • snack sets
  • milk glass
  • Marcrest stoneware bean pot
  • cookbooks

Dining Room:

  • lots of crystal
  • Waterford pieces including bowls, candlesticks, paper weight, pitcher, letter opener
  • large set "Comeragh" Waterford crystal
  • partial set "Glengarriff" Waterford crystal
  • large collection of silver - both sterling and silverplate
  • Gorham sterling flatware - "Chantilly" 12 place settings plus serving pieces
  • Reed & Barton sterling flatware - "Francis I" 6 place settings plus serving pieces
  • Wedgwood "Columbia"  china
  • Schumman "Dresden Art" Germany china
  • Noritake "Mirano" china, partial set
  • Moss Rose 30 piece tea set
  • some Fitz and Floyd pieces
  • many small decorative pieces - including jade, ivory, Sabino, Lladro, Belleek, Murano
  • oriental pieces
  • lots of brass pieces
  • trivets

Miscellaneous:

  • Costume and fine jewelry
  • Pool table- Heritage by Brunswick, needs new surface
  • cue sticks
  • Christmas decorations, tree fully decorated
  • Texas memorabilia
  • beach accessories
  • vintage toys
  • large collection of children's books
  • many books, very old National Geographic magazines, circa 1920 on
  • office supplies
  • empty photo albums
  • ladies clothing, shoes, coats
  • mink jacket
  • men’s World War II uniforms
  • linens
  • Taylor bathroom scale
  • coal scuttle
  • 4 folding chairs

Garage:

  • 2 large Pet Mate igloo dog houses
  • small hand tools
  • old fishing rods
  • small Weber grill
  • lanterns
  • second floor chain escape ladder
  • folding cot - like new
  • large Christmas tree stands
  • garden bench

Important Information concerning our tear-off tags:

Instructions:

On the back of this tag, sign your name and phone number where you can be reached today and also the time that you signed this tag.  Tear off the bottom portion of this tag and take it to the cashier at the Check Out table.  After you have paid for the item and your ticket has been stamped PAID, return it to the Room Chairman so the item may be marked SOLDAfter one hour if the Room Chairman does not have a sold Ticket, the item will again be made available for sale.

A stash table will be provided.  For ease in purchasing, please remember to bring return-address labels (with phone number), totes for small items, and packing for small glass items.    

We are sorry but we are unable to assist you in moving heavy items or in getting your items to your vehicle.  Please bring your own loading help.  Accommodations can be made to pick up your purchases later, if necessary. 

Markdowns will be Saturday morning.

We take cash and checks.                                                                        .

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First United Methodist Church

Estate Sale Committee


Important Information concerning our tear-off tags:

Instructions:

On the back of this tag, sign your name and phone number where you can be reached today and also the time that you signed this tag.  Tear off the bottom portion of this tag and take it to the cashier at the Check Out table.  After you have paid for the item and your ticket has been stamped PAID, return it to the Room Chairman so the item may be marked SOLDAfter one hour if the Room Chairman does not have a sold Ticket, the item will again be made available for sale.

A stash table will be provided.  For ease in purchasing, please remember to bring return-address labels (with phone number), totes for small items, and packing for small glass items.    

We are sorry but we are unable to assist you in moving heavy items or in getting your items to your vehicle.  Please bring your own loading help.  Accommodations can be made to pick up your purchases later, if necessary. 

Markdowns will be Saturday morning.

We take cash and checks.                                                                        .

First United Methodist Church
Estate Sale Committee                                                 .

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