Tag Sale

Saturday, June 9th, 10:00AM to 4:00PM
Sunday, June 10th, 1:00PM to 4:00PM

1625 Clayton Avenue, Lynchburg, VA

Selling for Anna Deane Scott who has moved to Westminster Canterbury. We hope you come and have as much fun buying from this estate as we have had preparing for it. Estate items have descended through this very interesting Virginia family to worthy stewards , Anna Deane Scott and her late mother.

Directions: From Link Road turn left on Boonsboro Rd. and left on Clayton Ave. just before Wells Fargo Bank.

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PLEASE NOTE: Items from a long-held Lynchburg estate including 19c coin silver and jewelry made and retailed by Williams and Victor, Jehu Williams, Silverthorn of Lynchburg and other Virginia makers.

9 Mitchell & Tyler, Richmond, Olive pattern dinner forks
8 Canfield Brothers, Baltimore, Tipt pattern dessert spoons
J. Williams & Son, L’bg coin silver sugar tongs
3 coin silver tablespoons, Jehu Williams, L’bg
1 coin dessert spoon, W. Mitchell, Richmond
Williams & Victor, L’bg, coin soup ladle, fiddle pattern w/ shell bowl
1 Jaccard, St. Louis, MO, coin master salt spoon
Gorham coin silver master salt cellar
Whiting coin silver soup ladle
Rare E. Wiltse, Farmville, coin silver teaspoon

Jewelry –partial listing: Jabel diamond bracelet in 18k white gold & 3.50 carats diamonds, 5 stone diamond ring 2.33 carats, 14k white gold diamond cluster band w/ 1.59 total carat weight, large lot unusual jewelry including large diamond stud earrings, a very nice Edwardian Period sapphire and diamond ring, diamond rings w/ multiple large diamonds, vintage aquamarine rings, an early 20c gold and enameled bracelet, vintage amethyst necklace, ring and bracelet, 19c cameos, 14k Victorian watch pin, mourning ring, c. 1859 jewelry set retailed by Jehu Williams in original box, c. 1940 Art Deco onyx and diamond bracelet set in platinum and 14k gold, 18k gold puzzle ring, Lady’s vintage white gold and diamond Rolex watch, lady’s vintage white gold and diamond Movado watch, branch coral necklace, rock crystal necklace and earrings, scarab bracelet and ring, cameos, Man’s Gruen Verithin pocket watch, large lot of gold and platinum rings with diamonds, sapphires, aquamarines,etc. 17” 8-8.5 mm pearl necklace, large vintage amber bead necklace, and so much more.

Fine china, glassware, and silver: English sterling silver (Chester, 1909) sugar basket w/ cobalt liner, antique Reed & Barton s/s vintage pattern tazza; London, 1934, George V s/s tea set; Svc/8 Booth’s ‘Real Old Willow’, Green Depression Era stemware, sterling silver demitasse cups w/ Lenox liners, silverplated trays including Reed and Barton’s ‘Victoria’, Svc/8 Stieff ‘Williamsburg Queen Anne’ s/s flatware, Svc/ 8 Reed and Barton Francis 1st flatware, and much more.

Furniture: early 20c corner cupboard by Mr. Walker, 18c French games table, Empire marble top table, Moser vanity, antique canopy bed,
Large handmade drop leaf table, Cherry Shenandoah Valley day bed, Southern Federal Period inlaid mahogany and mahogany veneer chest of drawers, Federal Period lady’s desk descended in owner’s family, 19c Bedford County farm table, Chintz upholstered wing chair, upholstered barrel back chair, Chippendale style chair w/ needlepoint seat, white wrought iron settee, 3 chairs, coffee table and occasional tables, 2 sets of oriental style nesting tables, and much more.

Large lot linens, etc.: large wonderful damask cloths and napkins w/ Scottish thistle pattern, bridge sets, placemats, napkins, early20c ‘Double Wedding Ring’ pattern quilt, a really exceptional Crazy Quilt throw with detailed embroidery and mementos from the 1884 Democratic National Convention sewn in, crocheted bedspreads and tablecloths, and much more.

Miscellaneous: beautiful rare c. 1810 French Portico clock descended through six generations of a prominent Virginia family to the present owner, very nice antique child’s sled found in Shenandoah Valley, reproduction banjo clock, large lot very decorative lamps, Rookwood vases, Tennessee Roseale marble pedestal,and much more

Local artwork: Jimmie Kyle, Jerry Craddock, Dick Frisbee, Pat Harrington, Georgie Keeler and Laura Bristow

Numbered tickets handed out at least an hour before opening each day for admission on a first come, first served basis.  Download our Procedures for Sale (.pdf)


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