November Online Arts, Antiques & Curiosities Auction
Sunday, November 14 – Sunday, November 21
Bidding opens @ 12pm (noon) on Sunday, November 14
Bidding begins to close @ 7pm on Sunday, November 21
Would you like to receive see these lots in person before you place your bids? Live, on-site previews will be available at the storage location for these items (532 Main St., Holyoke, MA 01040) on Saturday, November 20 and Sunday, November 21 from 10am to 4pm.
Featuring antique & contemporary furniture, artist-crafted decoratives, pottery & ceramics, raw materials for artistic projects (including petrified wood & driftwood), sculpture, paintings, photography, art prints, glassware, housewares, and more!
Vintage Dyrlund midcentury modern (MCM) teak credenza, Hoosier Mfg. Co cabinet; teak tabletop custom designed by Maro Yasuda – 84″ long 32 1/2″ x 2 5/8″ thick; hand-carved armoire from Mexico; M.G. Wheeler MCM bronze/brass “Sight Light”; Pearsall style MCM lamp made by Modeline; dressers (oak, curly maple, cedar); live-edge pine tabletop (72″ x 40″ x 2″); contemporary design leather easy chair with matching ottoman; contemporary design green pedestal table; selection of antique and MCM chairs; etc.
ANTIQUES & ARTWORK:
Small, early grain box with original green paint; 52″ long wooden dough bowl; cedar chests; assayers balance scale made in France; cowhide rug; several vases (assorted sizes and materials); tabletop sculptures & decoratives (various materials); original abstract paintings (mostly unframed); photographs; art prints; etc.
HOUSEWARES, CHINA & GLASSWARE:
Roseville pottery piece; vintage Rosenthal china plates from a Havana, Cuba hotel; glass lampshades; assorted red & cranberry glassware; emerald-green glassware; slag-glass lamps & lampshades; china; cut glass stemware; large assortment of glass, metal & ceramic bowls, platters, & decoratives; stoneware & pottery; planters; etc.
COLLECTIBLES & CREATIVE CURIOSITIES:
Three-dimensional, sculpted stained-glass window panel (6-feet plus or minus); substantial amounts of petrified wood, including several large pieces weighing hundreds of pounds; vintage balsa-wood airplanes; large triplane model; glass floor panels originally used in the Holyoke Public Library; shelving and display cases; large, wooden pond sailboat; large collection of vinyl record albums; carved-wood, fish-shaped bowls & trays; wine bottles; plasma ball lamp; fabric-art frog in Windsor chair; large globe in wooden frame; etc.
The online catalog & bidder registration will be available soon
Terms of sale: Each item for sale is sold AS-IS, WHERE-IS. All sales are final. We have made every attempt to describe each item as accurately as possible. We are not responsible for errors or omissions. A 15% Buyer’s Premium is applied to all purchases. 6.25% MA sales tax. Tax exempt buyers must provide their resale certificate/tax exempt number when obtaining a bidder’s number. Payment must be made in U.S. dollars. Online payment options (e.g., PayPal, Square) available upon request. Complete payment required after the conclusion of the auction. Management reserves the right to hold items or titles to items until funds clear. All winning bidders must make arrangements to remove items from the auction location at time of payment. Payment must be made at the conclusion of the auction. Removal days: Open pickup for winning bidders Monday-Wednesday, November 22-24, 10am-5pm at the storage location at 532 Main Street, Holyoke, MA 01040.
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Online Auction FAQ:
How do your online auctions work?
Just go to https://raucherbrothersauctioneers.hibid.com/auctions/ and check out the photos & descriptions in the online catalog. If you see something you like register for the auction and place your bids! Bidding in our online auctions is typically open for a week. Auction registration is free.
How long can I bid?
Right up to the last minute! When it’s time for the auction to close (see time & date above), lots close at one minute intervals. If you are on the site and logged in, you can pop in last minute bids. If someone bids during the one-minute “countdown to close” for a lot, the clock gets reset and the final minute starts again. If it looks like you might be outbid on a lot you want, you can pop in a new bid to regain the high bidder spot. Closings can be very exciting (and a lot of fun. You can bid during the week or join the bidding frenzy at the close on our website (raucherbrothersauctioneers.hibid.com/auctions/).
How do I know if I won or lost a lot?
The morning after the online auction ends, we’ll email you to let you know if you won or lost. If you are a winning bidder, we’ll also send you an invoice.
If I win, how do I get my stuff?
If you are a winning bidder, the email we send with your invoice will include all the information you need to pay for your items and either pick them up or arrange for shipping.
Give one of our online auctions a try! You’ll love it!
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