Studio City Estate 2013

June 16, 2013 by  

Friday June 21st   9:00 to 4:00
Saturday June 22nd   9:00 to 4:00
Monday June 24th   10:00 to 4:00
Tuesday June 25th  10:00 to 4:00

Wednesday, June 26, 9:00 to 2:00

Studio City 91604

North of the L.A. River & Ventura Blvd. South of the 101 Freeway

Off Tujunga Avenue & Dilling St.

There is a bridge over the River on Tujunga Avenue.

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Pictures will be posted later this week.

We are excited following through with this lovely home on two acres in Studio City. We are looking forward to presenting you beautiful things in this estate set amongst trees. From the pale blue/green & red wicker on the veranda, Victorian and designer clothes, and the rest of the antiques in the home, you will enjoy looking at what we have already seen. This talented family knows what to collect to embellish their home, as they are amazing collectors!


There are French & English & other style furnishings, rugs (floral needlepoint, large striped green & white cotton, Chinese sculptured wool, tribal, Dhurrie, rag, & hooked), many Staffordshire dog figurines from England that are old and new, more Transferware plates from the 19th century than we have ever seen, old scale model chunky ship models in wood, framed exhibition Hermes scarf ‘Gastronomique’, paintings & prints, majolica, antique and new dog prints of King Charles Spaniels, other porcelain dog figurines of all decades, English royalty collection- books and souvenirs, mirrors, WWI & WWII soldier oil paintings, John Wayne purchased crib for granddaughter w/papers, textiles & tapestries, silver plate, antique chandeliers, bric-a-brac-old and new.

Men’s clothes- slacks, shirts, many aloha shirts, shoes, jackets in size L. Women’s designer clothes-Gucci, Chanel, and others newer  & vintage in size M. Really good jewelry- costume and real. Victorian and retro children’s clothes, Barbie Doll carry cases-1958 and newer

Kitchen, large Williams-Sonoma pot rack, figural salt & pepper sets, quilts, an extra long sturdy school table w/ 12 stools that attach to the bottom of the table, crafts, bookshelves, some movie collectibles, Snow White & the Six Dwarf garden set of fiqural statues from 1930s-40’s (missing one and as is), doll houses, some toys and figural toy chests, books, potted plants and so much more.  Maybe more later……..if we have time.

Here is more!!!

Bali and Balinese-decorative cabinet, xylophone, pr. W.G. Hofkar women prints-1940’s, shell boxes, bamboo waterfall poles, mats, & scroll box, gilt & wood mirrors, 4 Tiffany & Co. Dog Hunting series 1992 plates, India rajah shell & silver embellished turban, shell Battersea & trinket boxes, metal gilt shelf & mirror ensemble, wicker in foam green, turquoise, & red, dozens of cotton quilts & girl’s jacket, Chinese figural lamp, & 2 wrought iron double beds.

The Dwarf that is missing is Doc in the Seven Dwarfs set for the garden. The jewelry is gold, silver & costume and really great pieces.

Shabby chic cabinet, botanical & bird prints, American flags, figurine dog, bird, and other statues, copper, embellished & decorative throw pillows, antique bamboo desk, tole trays,  mahogany dresser, lamps & a pr. of decorative wall sconces with Italian blown glass (purchased for $2000, now reduced), boxes, French arm chairs, gilt wall decors & candle sconce, shabby chic foam green arm chair, pr. English side chairs & flip top table, antique crystal chandelier & wall sconce, framed antique Chinese brocade, pr. Windsor chairs.

Zebra print chaise, side and coffee tables, library steps, Tony Duquette antique key rack & brass shell box from Christie’s, old desk slots top, brown & white chinoiserie chair & ottoman, Capo di Monte lamps, needlepoint pillows & fronts- all old, Chinese lacquer nesting tables, pr. Art Director David Stumpkt oil paintings from the 20’s or 30’s with subject statue Kwan Yin, rooster lamp, trays, 24” ant. Swedish coffee tin, framed prints, 1798 wedding home chest, faience & vintage Mexican pottery, china sets, 6 Lalique tumblers, linens, glassware, crystal, and MORE MORE MORE.


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