mason-dixon SOUTH

dealers of southern furniture and decorative arts

More Photographs from the June 3 and 4 Tag Sale

We have beautiful boxes, Shaker, finger jointed, other makers, and boxes with original paint! We have Richard Lane Santas and shorebirds. We have attractive upholstered sofas and chairs. We even have costume jewelry. The variety of items is exciting because we have antique pieces, reproduction pieces and decorative items…something for everyone! Please join us!

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Burl Bowl and Shelton Basket at Our Tag Sale

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More Photographs for June 3 and 4, 2017

Tag Sale, Continued

Collection of a discriminating collector of antique North Carolina furniture and smalls, as well as other American and English antiques. Moravian two piece flatwall cupboard, circa 1820; Moravian walnut one piece corner cupboard, circa 1810; Piedmont walnut pewter cupboard, circa 1830; local walnut inlaid corner cupboard, circa 1830; local walnut inlaid chests of drawers, circa 1830; James Gheen walnut blanket chest in green paint, circa 1810; Sanders pine blanket chest in red paint, circa 1830; wonderful small Windsor mammy’s bench with original decoration, 1830; Windsor comb back arm chair in black paint, circa 1830. Numerous miniature blanket chests in pine and walnut. Tall case clock. Jelly cupboard; benches, small and large. Decorative early quilts; coverlets; table runners, linens. Shelton basket; other baskets; pantry boxes; Shaker items. Jugtown pottery and Ben Owen, Master Potter, pottery including teapots, creamers, sugars, pitchers, chargers, plates. Salt glazed pottery; other North Carolina and Seagrove pottery. Hilton pottery. Alkaline glazed pottery. Iredell, Catawba County, paint decorated blanket chest, circa 1820. One drawer tables including local Queen Anne tavern table. Children’s chairs and high chairs, cradles. English transferware including Stephenson, Stubbs & Kent, Clews, Stubbs, Riley, Adams, Davenport. Two drawer blanket chest signed Peter Benbow. Painted bucket benches, several. Early pantry jars. Early armchairs, side chairs. Pewter holloware and plates. Many small children’s items; dolls; bears. Original John Furches painting of Bethabara Church. China, stainless flatware, kitchen items. Christmas feather trees, Santas, ornaments, decorations. Tall post queen size beds. Canopy top converted rope bed, queen size. Dining room table and chairs, Queen Anne, reproduction. Inlaid sideboard; Hickory Chair Company. Beautiful custom sofas, wing chairs. Karastan rugs, braided rugs. Prints, paintings, Chippendale mirrors, lamps, brass candlesticks, sconces, andirons, fire screen. Leather books; other books.
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Collector’s Tag Sale – June 3 and 4, 2017

Mason-Dixon South is having a tag sale in Winston-Salem on Saturday and Sunday, June 3 and 4, 2017. This is a lifetime collection filled with many antique pieces, including furniture, pottery, wooden items, textiles, paintings, ceramics, tin, miniature furniture, baskets, and Christmas decorations. We will keep you posted and publish the address at a later date. The times are 9:00 until 5:00 on Saturday and 11:00 until 4:00 on Sunday. The zip code is 27104. Convenient to Business 40 and Silas Creek Parkway. Please check our listing at estatesales.net

Please keep looking as we post more photographs and information! We will see you there!

Edgefield Jar

We are looking for examples of this type of decoration on Edgefield pottery. (Other examples of Charleston ovolo tables also would be welcome.)

Auction on May 16, 2015 in Winston-Salem

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There are numerous pieces of antique furniture. Salem corner cupboard with 16 pane glass upper doors and raised panel lower doors, walnut, with shaped shelves, circa 1820; Belo blanket chest, circa 1830. Leight signed spinning wheel dated 1814, and a spinning wheel dated 1835 and signed A. F.; Salem rope bed with trundle; Victorian walnut desk, circa 1880; two over three drawer Victorian dresser with mirror, circa 1880; slant front mahogany desk with inlay, circa 1820; six board poplar blanket chest, circa 1830; cherry six leg drop-leaf table; walnut four leg drop-leaf table; numerous rocking chairs including Windsors, painted Hitchcock style, and arrow back; small Victorian wardrobe; poplar rope bed; poplar spool bed.

There are beautifully handcrafted pieces of furniture including a walnut shell carved pier table; a mahogany serpentine front chest of drawers with French feet; a three drawer miniature chest of drawers with ogee feet; a pair of Marlborough leg one drawer tables; a walnut tray top Chippendale coffee table; a mahogany piecrust tilt-top tea table; hand decorated japanned Oriental secretary; pine Queen Anne leg one-drawer side table.

Furniture also includes a maple sawbuck dining table, two leaves, with eight spindle back chairs with Bargello seats; large walnut bookcase with beveled glass and raised panel doors; leather top bridge table with 4 leather Captain’s chairs; pair of carved mahogany bamboo arm chairs with cane seats and custom cushions; sofas; wing chairs; a vintage leather wing chair; a cherry tester bed, full size; a mahogany lady’s writing desk; a high chest with ogee feet; pair of twin beds and matching side table; small glass top pier table; set of four carved Chippendale chairs with fabric seats; hand decorated Oriental screen. A 6-inch f/8 Sovietski telescope with a Newtonian reflector.

Our auctioneer for this day is Lynn Myers of Myers Auction Service in East Bend, North Carolina, NCAL 6647. Additional information may be viewed on his website on NC Auction Zip. http://www.auctionzip.com/Listings/2436853.html

John Bivins Gun

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First Weekend of the Judd Auction

Saturday dawned clear and quite cold…what a wonderful day to begin the George Judd Auction. Collectors and dealers arrived from 11 states — North and South Carolina, Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, Maryland, Georgia, Florida, Pennsylvania, Mississippi and Texas. Phone bidders weighed in from Illinois, New Hampshire and California. Thank goodness the interest in great antique furniture and smalls is still strong!

The baskets and the Southern pottery were the categories of choice, but the sugar chest was the darling of the day!

With ham biscuits from Tucker’s and barbecue from Little Richard’s, hot coffee and sweet tea, the crowd stayed until the last hammer fell and spirits never weakened, in spite of the cold.

On Sunday, we began at 12:00 noon, and the warm sun helped to make the second day more enjoyable. Chicken stew from Tucker’s kept us happy, and once again the baskets and pottery were strong, but samplers, paintings, and wooden items were equally strong. New friends became old friends, and the old friends were happy for the occasion to be together.

The auctioneer, Lynn Myers, from Myers Auction Service in East Bend, did an exemplary job keeping us entertained, and his wonderful staff kept the bids straight and the items coming.

Our crew, as always, did a fabulous job!

We thank all of our buyers and all of our bidders for your interest and your kind words! See you next Saturday in Advance!

Ann Hall and Bob

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Guilford/Alamance Corner Cupboard

This cupboard will be sold on Sunday, November 23, at the George Judd Auction in Advance.

 

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