Eighteen Separate Antique Collections Offered in One Auction
AntiquesYes.com presents the Collections Auction on March 15th. Each lot is a collection of related antiques. Featured collections: Addison glass tiles, vintage French cookware, antique hardware, weaving artifacts and rare grain painting brushes.
[USPRwire, Thu Mar 12 2009] If you like auctions, here’s one you have to check out: eighteen different collections are being sold at one time, on the Internet, at AntiquesYes.com
The “Collections Auction” will open for bidding on Sunday, March 15, on AntiquesYes.com, and will begin closing the following Sunday evening, March 22nd, beginning at 8 pm EDT.
The different collections include high grade doorknobs and other builders’ hardware, Addison glass tiles, vintage French cookware, weaving artifacts, and even a collection of rare grain painting brushes.
For antique hardware enthusiasts there is a collection of quality doorknobs that includes an unusual lion, a nice Kelp passage knob, a rare St. Louis Board of Education, and many other desirable figural and emblematic pieces. Other collections feature antique hardware advertising and logo items, doorbells, original Corbin casting models, and silver plated hardware.
Additional hardware collections include quality groupings from famous names such as Russell & Erwin, Mallory Wheeler, and Hopkins & Dickenson, plus 14 different styles from the Gilbert Lock Company.
Addison tiles are colorful, fancy pressed glass squares and rectangles designed to be set into the window and door mullions of American 1890s architecture. These colorful glass tiles were made in Addison, New York, near Corning, and include animal motifs as well as intricate foliate designs.
All these collection, and more, will be offered in one grand auction presented by AntiquesYes.com, a premiere Internet auction company based in Portsmouth, RI. AntiquesYes.com has produced numerous auction events over the years for individuals, companies such as Scalamandre Fabrics of New York City, and nationally known institutions such as Belcourt Castle in Newport, RI. If you have quality items you would like to sell, contact Web Wilson at 800-508-0022.
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