La Canada Estate

September 21, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

Friday September 30th    8am-4pm

Saturday October 1st    9am-4pm

Sunday October 2nd    1pm-5pm

Monday  October 3rd     9am-3pm

La Canada Flintridge

(South on Chevy Chase Drive & 5 minutes up the hill & left on Inverness),

Chevy Chase Drive is one block west of Angeles Crest Highway 2 off ramp, off the 210 Freeway.

We will have Valet Parking assistance some days of the sale.

They will help direct parking and assist with any handicap issues.

 

We are moving briskly into the fall season and the holiday months. We look forward for giving thanks to God during Thanksgiving with family and friends. We also prepare for Christmas and the Holy Days to celebrate our God and His blessings. We also give gifts. There is no better place to find furnishings & smalls than at a ‘top-of-the-line’ estate sale.  We are presenting the contents of a beautiful 5300 sq. ft. home on oak-laden acreage with view…. a fine home of antiques, vintage, contemporary, & patio items.


The premier furniture ensemble in this estate is a stunning, handcrafted, 9’ x 50” walnut & oak Modernized Craftsman inspired trestle dining set by master furniture maker, Nelson Condo of Woodpecker’s, Los Angeles. The 2 ½” thick, table includes 12 side chairs w/seats upholstered in smoke blue leather. It retailed originally at $15,000. Complementing this dining room set is a matching buffet created and accomplished by Mr. Condo measuring 61”w x 22”d and retailed for $5,000. Gorgeous!

Antiques include a Victorian hall tree, wood coal box, 55”w Art Deco cabinet & mantle clock, china pcs., 1900-1920’s pieces—9’w/87”h/14”d mahogany office cabinet w/glass doors bookcase,  a carved curio cabinet, 30”t side table/ cabinet & National time clock punch-in clock. Vintage items—wood, Bakelite radios & 40’s RCA hi fi/record player, 6’h refurbished 1930’s candy machine, dial public pay phone, loomed blanket tapestry, 1960’s Global coin-op bar pool table 95”x 53”w/keys, balls, wall holder & cues, lidded barrel ‘Scotty’ toy box, two Penny pistol gumball machines, Baseball pinball game tabletop sample, Pachinko, etc. Other furnishings— 5 wood bar stools, wood twin day trundle bed & Lg. twin Sleigh trundle bed,  Art Deco style bobinga wood & glass demi-lune console table & sm. tri-pod table, lamps, side tables, coffee tables, jute club chair & 2 barrel side tables, Bodysmith  gym Prosystem & other weight equipment, 65” Mitsubishi DLP TV 12”d (Used several times), 50″ DLP TV, 4 iron bar stools, 36” burgundy ottoman, tall decorative popcorn cart on wheels, 7’ sofa & 2 club chairs upholstered w/ leather trim, many Brown & Jordan Mission teak dining octagonal table w/8 arm chairs, other teak furniture pcs….most  w/ blue canvas cushions—tall boy table & 3 tall boy chairs, 36″ pool chest box, 48”six-sided table & 4 chairs, 3 arm chairs, 4 side tables, 4 chaises, & a great 66” dining octagonal table w/ 8 arm chairs & bench.

Also, 3 blue umbrellas w/ stands, 10 large glazed ceramic (up to 48” tall pots) planted w/massive drought-resistant plants, other plants, garage—9 1/2″ Fineline long board, camping, fishing, golf, beach, pool, 10 speed &  girl’s bicycles, hand & power tools-Rigid 10” table saw, Delta 6”joiner/ planer, 13” DeWalt planer, washer & gas dryer, kitchen, decorative items,  bedding, linens, towels, Christmas, bric-a-brac, many serving dishes, bowls,  platters, trays, dishes, crystal, men’s clothes—15 ½ /33, M & L Size 40 suits, women’s clothes—Size 8 or medium.  There is much more. Please check website for more estate items and embellished descriptions of the above.

Here are the additional listings that would not fit on the postcard:

Kitchen–cookbooks, glassware, decanters, entertainment dishes for up to 24 people, 16 gold ceramic chargers, vintage Mexican blown glass pitchersglasses & goblets, many Pyrex glass baking dishes, Armetale pcs. , many decorative ceramic trays, bowls and serving platters, MM Portuguese dishes, Italian dishes, 24 gold tone chargers, 24 wine goblets w/ gold trim, Panini press, pots & pans—Staub, LeCreuset, & Magnalite, gadgets, utensils, etc.

Play Station games, videos, DVD’s, cameras, many board & talent games, 8 cream color metal Samsonite folding chairs, candleholders and party lighting, art glass plates & vases, geometrical wood turned vases, large blue and white Asian ginger jars, Steinhorn & Gruen Bella Art Ceramics of Venice, CA, misc. electronics & sound components, Direct TV recorders, 19” Phillips box TV, 2- 24″ table top flatscreen TVs,  DVD & other players, a large new and many boxed ‘gifts aplenty’ , very few books, 2 – Sony stereo CD players w/2 speakers each, South Seas drum, 2 side chairs for desks, pr. twin mattress bed sets w/white Formica corner table, many throw pillows, assorted barbells & gym equipment, luggage, 60’s student lift top desk w/attached chair, California State campground style picnic table solid w/attached benches, boxes of MRE’s, Velton telescope on tri-pod, papier mache’ sculptures, brass/wood table wine corker, 2 woven brown bean bag chairs, Vari Kennel 36” x 24”, Mexican fiesta party decorations, Coleman— 4-man dome tent, coolers, coffee pot in box, camping tables, folding chairs, 3 pool club chairs, birdhouse, 36” tall propane patio heater, garden pots, garden items & more. Lamps—blown glass tortoise shell table lamp, tall Torchiere standing lamp,  lg. ceramic jar lamp, metal geometric cylindrical lamp, green pottery ceramic lamp, pr. vintage reproduction prophyre silver tone lamps, Coffee Tables—4’ x 4’ iron & glass coffee table &  44” x 34” wood pedestal. Side Tables— 27” round iron painted in gold, hemp wrapped geometric, 2 – 3’ x 3’ two-tiered square wood, 36″ x 36″ wood.

Art Work—L. Simpson Oil Painting “High Mountain Forest Scene”. Ronald Ross Watercolor “Carmel Valley”. Mary Williams Large Oil Painting “Floral Still Life”, Unsigned  Oil Painting “East Coast Port Steamers & Sloops”  C. 1900. Julian Oil Painting “Nude”. Lloyd M. Faulkner Watercolor “Circus Lady & Tiger on Ball” 1919. Sindelaer  Sketch “Navaho Woman at the Springs”. DeWolf Sketch “Navaho Trader”. Del Mue Block Print or Acrylic “Mountain Peak”. Illegibly signed Oil Painting “Country Church Pastoral Scene”. R. Delecocop  Oil Painting “Floral” 1944. George Morland Engraving “Saturday Morning”. Three Walter Lantz cells–all are stamped and one is signed by Walter Lantz. (Woody Woodpecker in a Money Bin, Chilly Willy & Bear, Woody Woodpecker’s Party with all the Lantz characters).