F.U.M.C. Estate Sale

By the Estate Committee of First United Methodist Church, Beaumont, Texas

Friday, September 23, 2016 - 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Saturday, September 24, 2016 - 8 a.m. to 12 noon

Garage Opens at 7:30 a.m.

Exquisite West End townhome filled with treasures of a life well-travelled.

Furniture:  High Quality/Lovely Fabric

  • Thomasville tapestry covered carved arm chair and matching pillow
  • Large curved glass curio cabinet
  • Pair of upholstered armless chairs with matching footstools
  • Round coffee table with granite top
  • White two-cushion sofa
  • Beautiful cream colored love seat
  • Multiple chairs in various fabrics
  • Cherry Hill round table
  • 4 lovely upholstered dining chairs
  • Unusual assorted occasional tables (including stackables, hexagonal table, demilune tables)
  • 2 bar stools
  • 2 cane back chairs
  • 2 navy leather high back chairs with nail heads
  • Burled wood queen bedroom suite with night stand, triple dresser & mirror
  • 2 twin beds with matching spreads
  • Five-drawer chest and 3 matching tables
  • Storage chest with cushioned top
  • Square kitchen or game table
  • 4 black ladder-back chairs
  • Small rolling kitchen island
  • 2 white wood cabinets
  • Piano bench
  • Piano stool with glass ball feet
  • Bombay painted chest
  • Romeo & Juliet Bombay chest - French Louis XVI style - black marble top - burled veneer drawers
  • French provincial desk
  • Typewriter table
  • Several benches
  • Burgundy upholstered lift chair

Accessories:

  • Some clocks (including a Fenton clock)
  • Spelter clock with marble base and 2 matching urns – circa 1842
  • Lamps in various sizes and styles (including floor lamps, table lamps, and a brass desk lamp)
  • Multiple magazine racks (including iron magazine rack)
  • 2 iron footstools
  • Lots of mirrors (including small Venetian mirror and mirrors on stands)
  • Original oil paintings
  • Interesting art objects and hanging wall pieces
  • Silk kimono wall hanging
  • Many decorative boxes (carved, jade, etc.)
  • Unique sets of book ends
  • Oriental plant stand
  • Zebra covered ottoman
  • 2 matching ottomans with Queen Anne legs
  • Black iron baker’s rack
  • Black metal screen
  • Slant top reference book table on rollers
  • Assorted bronzes
  • Many decorative urns (some with lids)
  • Oriental fish bowls on stands
  • Interesting decanters
  • Berwick woman Toby jug
  • Many pieces of Florentine Italian accessories
  • Roseville bowl with matching frog
  • Wash bowl and pitcher set with Biltmore markings
  • Delft antique music box
  • Several pedestals (including marble and onyx)
  • Lots of stemware (some colored)
  • Large assortment of silver
  • Crystal (including Cherokee Rose candlesticks)
  • Carnival glass
  • Collectibles  (including Amberina, Lladro, Cameo, Lalique)
  • Many Asian pieces (including small collection of pigs and cats)
  • Travel memorabilia
  • Many beautifully done pillows

Kitchen and Miscellaneous:

  • Full kitchen with many decorator items
  • Small appliances
  • Knife sets
  • Colored Pyrex bowls
  • Beautiful set of Mikasa china
  • Kings Crown Ruby Thumbprint glassware
  • Fine jewelry and costume jewelry
  • Some linens
  • Cornices and drapes for single windows
  • Several beautiful crocheted afghans (including one with cross stitch)
  • 4 black TV trays
  • Lots of jewelry making beads and materials
  • Record albums and tapes
  • A few Christmas items
  • Pole shoe rack 

Garage and Office:

  • Several filing cabinets
  • Lots of books
  • Bookcases
  • FAX machine
  • Paper shredder
  • Slide projector
  • Several old typewriters
  • Mechanical adding machines
  • SONY boom box
  • 2 rolling TV carts
  • Standing fan
  • Bissell sweeper
  • Pecan cracker
  • Rugs of various sizes
  • Yard art and statues
  • Oriental porcelain garden bench
  • Handicapped equipment (including bed tray and walker)

Important Information concerning our tear-off tags:  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 SOLD.  After one hour if the Room Chairman does not have a sold Ticket, the item will again be made available for sale.

Terms and Conditions:

        We give out numbers 1 hour before we open to sell so that those who arrive first will be first to enter the house.

        A stash table will be provided.

        We do not give prices over the phone or by email prior to the sale.

        We take cash, check and credit cards (Mastercard, Visa and Discover).

        Please bring your own loading help.  Accommodations can be made to pick up your purchases later if necessary.

All sales are final, merchandise sold as is, not return, no exchanges, no refunds.

Markdowns will be Saturday morning.

 

First United Methodist Church

Estate Sale Committee

 


Click on the pictures below to see a larger image.