Saturday June 12, 10am-4pm; Sunday June 13, 1-4pm
Location: 1130 Rugby Road, Lynchburg, VA Click Here for Map
Selling an unusually nice selection of antiques and collectibles for the estate of Mrs. Frances A. Kirby. Mrs. Kirby and her husband lived in this house for over fifty years. Sale includes not only things they collected, but things they inherited as well. As always, numbered tickets are handed out at least an hour before opening.
Directions: From Rivermont Ave., turn onto Langhorne Rd. at ‘The Villa’. Go straight on Villa Road and left on Krise Circle and then right on Rugby Road. Watch for signs!
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Partial listing: Empire card table, Papier mache tray, unusual Rococo Revival chair, English Japanned hanging corner cupboard, pair southside Virginia slat back chairs, late Vict. Music stand, Mahogany Empire fall front desk, Connecticut style cherry birdcage tilt top table, inlaid demi lune Federal style table, brass fender, upholstered wing chairs and Victorian chairs, two sets nesting tables, butler’s tray coffee table, Rose Medallion punch bowl, large mid 19c walnut desk, upholstered desk chair, 1920s chair and footstool, Arrowback windsor arm chair, dining table, Empire cupboard, Set/6 Regency style dining chairs, large lot china, cut glass to include tankards, bowls, vases, tumblers, small Lalique rose bowl, local artwork, New England pine lift top blanket chest, Colonial Revival beds, chests of drawers, early 19c cherry chest of drawers, early 20c 3 pc. Miniature twig settee and chairs (belonged to Mrs. Kirby as a child), Gorham Queen Anne style sterling silver tea and coffee service, linens, interesting ‘smalls’, silverplated candelabra, exceptionally nice Regency style double pedestal dining table with banded inlay, incurvate reeded legs, and brass sabots and casters, set/6 Chippendale style dining chairs, Hepplewhite style cherry drop leaf table, cherry tea cart, very nice gilded brass chandelier with prisms (likely Schonbeck), set/4 maple baroque revival style dining chairs with heart cut outs in backs signed Stickley, signed Lalique rose bowl, photographica, English or Continental oil on canvas of a battle scene (likely mid 18c) and so much more we will be working right up 'til 'show time'.