Saturday, May 14, 10:00am–4:00pm; Sunday, March 15, 1:00–4:00pm
Location: 404 North Bridge St., Bedford, VA Click Here for Map
This wonderful old house is full of antiques and collectibles from the longheld local estates of Mrs. W. H. Chapman, the owner, and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. R. Shipp. Located on Bridge Street near Tharp funeral home, the Bedford Public Library, the Apple Market, and the Middle School. Watch for signs!
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Partial listing: numerous old pie safes and cupboards, late eighteenth-early nineteenth walnut slant front desk, Federal Period bow front chest of drawers, walnut Victorian bed, marble top chests and tables; salt glaze crocks, corner cupboards, Fostoria American glassware including a punch bowl and cake plate, 1920s sofa and chair, 3 pc. Eastlake parlor set, 3pc. Late 19c Empire style parlor set, Blue Willow china, several 19c walnut and cherry one drawer stands, Oak barrister's bookcase, caned rockers, goose neck rocker, 6 rose carved dining chairs, Colonial Revival drop leaf table, treadle sewing machine, brass andirons, round oak table w/ claw feet, small chests of drawers, set/ bentwood chairs, Larkin desk, painted porch rockers, spool bed, oak serpentine chest and chiffonier, baskets, hand hooked rugs, kitchen cabinet, early stenciled rocker, spinning wheel, unusual cedar chest, "immigrant's" chest, wicker day bed, wash bowl and pitcher, smoking stand, wicker tables, chairs and day bed, unusual stand with a concealed safe, unusual parian jug commemorating the death of Prince Albert, hand painted oil lamp, signed Hawkes cut glass bowl, cut glass decanter, cut glass lemonade pitcher, cut glass bowl with Gorham sterling rim, rose medallion plate, Heisey berry set, Waterbury 'Crane' 8 day regulator clock, Staffordshire teapots, sterling silver basket, antique cast iron beds including one with heart motif, 19c farm tables, Ogee clock, glass Aladdin lamp, Fostoria American candelabra, Roseville Rosecraft Hexagon vase, Imari plate, antique blue and white oriental porcelains, rye straw and other baskets, lot clay marbles, numerous cedar chests, antique green painted porch rockers, nice Colonial Revival corner cupboard, tea carts, oak Singer sewing machine, large lot Homer Laughlin Blue Willow, very large lot pattern glass, large lot 19c & 20c cast iron cookware, many items of decorated porcelain, late 19c walnut corner cupboard with glazed doors, many hand hooked rugs and discoveries yet to be made. Parking in Dr. Gladwell's lot or at Tharp funeral home IF there is no funeral that day.