Cottage Classics Estate Sales
NW Fort Worth
When? Late May
Note … As soon as Georgann can hold the sale she’s going to. It’s definitely one for the history books (as you can see from the pics)!
Cottage Classics Estate Sales presents a sneak peek of our next huge sale
located in NW Fort Worth! It will probably be in 2 installments. If you would like to see more pictures as we get going along, follow us on Facebook at Cottage Classics Estates Sales, LLC and/or send me your email to add to our list. Georgann Muckleroy-
Owner (817) 729-6849 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The past owner was 100 years young! She was an antiques dealer in the DFW area, and boy, did she and her husband collect! They lived in England in the 1950’s after WWII and served in the military. They would go to English Estate Auctions and find very interesting things! We’ve cleaned and started to organize with much more to comb through. This house is full of treasures from vintage to retro to antique, from glassware, china, figurines, wicker, oil lamps, furniture, and lots more. Just think….”What do I see at antique malls?” There is really something for everyone here.
Here’s a few fun finds thus far: So many standouts! My number one pick thus far are the antique Anglo-Indian Burmese (English Colonial) intricately hand carved settee, lounge chair, and 2 high back chairs-very impressive!
Lots and lots of vintage office fans, vintage toolbox, several patterns of antique Imari stoneware plates, Japanese Kutani and Satsuma porcelain and pottery, boxes of vintage head vases, depression glass of all kinds and color, copper kettles, 3 medical cabinets from Carswell Air Force Base, tons of Corning and FireKing in Jadeite, Delphite Blue, White, and more.
There’s a large amount of milk glass, carnival glass including a beautiful black iridescent large punch bowl with stand, tons of LE Smith Moon and Stars pieces including canisters in green, blue, and amberina, antique oil lamps with painted shades, Hotel and Railroad stoneware including a really cool plate from the Southern Railroad and more, vintage white kitchen hutch, 2 Japanese inlaid Etageres, interesting Chinese cabinet with dragon on top, high-end Victorian Eastlake Etagere, English Inlaid Etagere Cabinet, Fenton glassware, Barber bottles, 2 large oak filing cabinets centers, 2 vintage wooden Knife advertising display cases with glass and drawers, at least 14 antique beautiful curio cabinets several with curved glass doors, Ice Cream Parlor table and chairs, Juke Box, vintage Roseville plant stands, Victorian plant stands, antique Eastlake pump organ, awesome vintage white wicker furniture-lots of different pieces, old birdcages with glass feeders, antique Ansonia cupid mantle clock, lots of other antique mantle clocks, Ansonia garniture statues, other interesting statues, head busts, etc. Antique Baby Grand Piano, fabulous inlaid and intricately carved round table, dining table and 6 chairs, large antique Dakota Candy Jars, brass, silver plate, Asian ware, retro lunch boxes, Early American Pressed Glass EAPG, tons of souvenir plates, thousands of knives-kitchen and pocket knife, vintage costume jewelry, vintage bicycle, some nice vintage man’s wristwatches including a great Omega and Bulova military watches. Antique Victorian fishbowl with lights, Ranch Oak dining chairs, ball and claw piano stools and end tables, lots of books with several on collecting, and just so much more!
We haven’t even finished cleaning or opening all the boxes. We still have the workshop to start on!
Let’s pray to God for health, peace, and prosperity for our nation!
Some fabulous pics!