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January 30, 2016 - table lamp
A Lewis Perpetual Rosewood Calendar Clock will be featured in a third annual Youth Ministry Fundraising Estates Auction.
Posted: Saturday, Jan 30, 2016 8:44 pm
Updated: 10:25 pm, Sat Jan 30, 2016.
PLYMOUTH — A series of antique clocks done in Connecticut, including a wooden works one done in city by Eli Terry, will be featured in a third annual Youth Ministry Fundraising Estates Auction.
The auction will take place Friday, Feb. 5, during The Lyceum, 181 Main St., Terryville, as a advantage for a Youth Ministry of a Immaculate Conception and Saint Casimir Catholic Churches of Terryville.
The preview starts during 5 p.m., with a live auction during 6 p.m. hosted by Tim Chapulis, of Tim’s Inc. Auctions of Bristol.
The live auction will underline equipment usually accessible to building buyers, including warn and find lots, chests and estate lots. Those in assemblage can also suffer a wordless auction, booze from Hopkins Vineyard on Lake Waramaug and hors d’oeuvres. Child caring will be supposing for a evening.
Donations for tickets is $10 in allege and $15 during a door.
The auction will underline a wooden works post and corkscrew clock, done and sole in Plymouth by E. Terry Sons, with strange hand-painted dial, 3 finials, tag and pivotal wind.
Eli Terry Sr. (1772-1852) was an contriver and clockmaker in Connecticut who perceived a U.S. obvious for a shelf time mechanism, Chapulis noted. “Terry occupies an critical place in a beginnings of a growth of transmutable tools manufacturing. The city of Terryville is named for his son, Eli Terry Jr.”
Along with a time is an antique map of Terryville and Plymouth antiquated 1874.
Other antique clocks during a auction will embody a weight driven nation grandfather time by Riley Whiting of Winsted, with wooden works and strange finish; a New Haven banjo clock; a Seth Thomas schoolhouse clock; a Lewis Perpetual Calendar Clock by Welch, Spring Co. done in Bristol; a Howard Miller “La Rochelle” grandfather clock; and a singular Hatch banjo time from a 1800s.
Many of a equipment during a auction are from a Harrison, New York, estate that only sole for $1.7 million and from a ancestral Victorian estate in Watertown.
A walkthrough of these fanciful estates starts with “antique, one-of-a-kind, out of this world, leaded potion doors featuring angels and cherubs, sealed ‘Paris, 1888 J. Vantillard,’” pronounced Chapulis.
“I have never seen a span of this kind and quality, they are singular beauties to find in today’s marketplace,” he said.
“An superb beyond clear candelabrum lights a approach by a dining room, that is graced with a fanciful antique armoire with beautifully forged crest. The owners has incited this armoire into a pleasing china cabinet,” Chapulis said.
The cupboard contained collections of Lalique, Steuben, Roseville Pottery, Val St. Lambert, Wedgewood, Fenton, Spode and Kate Spade vases; Tiffany crystal; and additional excellent collectibles.
There is an acanthus forged mahogany bedroom set with black bed (rails have been extended to accommodate today’s full black distance mattress sets), dresser and relating commode. The dresser and commode underline forged dolphins. The commode has strange towel bar, and a dresser boasts a beveled mirror. The bed has acanthus forged columns and full 3 dimensional bed posts. All pieces underline their strange hardware.
“This is a fantastic set that is roughly unheard of to find in today’s marketplace,” Chapulis said. “The owners creatively paid $7,800 for this set.”
For some-more information, or if we have an object we would like to minister for a auction, call Tim Chapulis during 860-459-0964. For a finish inventory of auction items, revisit timsauctions.com.
Susan Corica can be reached during 860-584-0501 ext. 1802 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Auction equipment include:
- A set of 12 five-piece place settings of Bernardaud Limoge, including sugar, creamer, unfeeling play and vast platter, and 12 Waterford Crystal Curraghmore H2O goblets and 12 Waterford Crystal Curraghmore booze glasses.
- A cut potion list lamp, attributed to Pairpoint.
- An antique Federal dump root table.
- A French Empire black marble and bronze pedestal, with revolving tip and outrageous scratch feet.
- A hand-woven 10-by-14-foot cranberry red rug, with core insignia and exuberant corners.
- An 8-by-10-foot oriental burgundy and immature wool.
- An acanthus forged Federal duration sofa, with cornucopia forged arms, extended forged scratch feet, forged back, and tufted velvet upholstery.
- A excellent marble tip library table.
- A Stella song box in plain ash strange finish, with 11 song disks.
- Two relating Federal character chairs, a forged tapestry chair, and needlepoint chairs.
- A set of coronet grate utensils.
- A Victorian Amberina potion unresolved flare from 1860s America, with oil potion lamp.
- A collection of excellent pottery, including Red Wing, Von Briggle, and Door items, and an antique 5 gallon New Brighton jug.
- A forged antique clawfoot mahogany list with 4 chairs.
- Silver candle holders with palm embellished globes, and a china plated tea service.
- A mahogany table with banded inlay and forged detail.
- A span of relating Donghia engineer coronet hang lamps.
- Several solid rings to be featured embody a 1.51+ carat pear-shaped solid 14kt ring, appraised for $13,500; an antique lady’s bullion 1.84ct ring, appraised for $10,250; and a lady’s 14kt solid 1ct solitaire ring, appraised for $8,500; an antique lady’s 14kt two-tone .80ct solid ring, appraised for $7,550; and a 14kt white bullion ring rope with over 30 diamonds.
- A collection of domestic memorabilia. These vast scrapbooks enclose many palm autographed and press expelled photos of presidents, Connecticut governors and congressional leaders, as good as journal clippings and a molasses jug from a estate of Calvin Coolidge.
- A collection of fireman and military badges, with many from a internal surrounding towns of Litchfield, Bantam, and Warren.
- An endless collection of estate coins including World War II china sets, a $20 china china set, commemorative china coins, bullion coins, and packet sets.
- Vintage fondle trains and accessories by Lionel and tin expel Hornsby.
- Musical memorabilia includes guitars autographed by Willie Nelson, Les Paul, and Earth, Wind and Fire, along with memorabilia from a Rolling Stones, a Beatles, and song upholder Sid Bernstein.
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