SEPTEMBER 6, 7 & 8
Friday & Saturday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM, Sunday 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
This sale includes a huge collection of Western and Native American Art, fun decorative pieces, women’s clothing, jewelry, and a gourmet collection of kitchen items.
Cowboys are on the run in bronzes, paintings, and prints. Artists include Harry Jackson’s polychrome Bronze of The Marshall, which depicts John Wayne as Rooster Cogburn in True Grit, Dave McGary’s bronze bust Point of No Return, a C.M. Russell bronze, The Last Laugh. There’re several bronzes by G. Schmidt, and an amazing Tom Beltz soaring eagle sculpture made entirely of horseshoe nails. Woah. We have original paintings by Joe Beeler, Juan Breceda, Jonathon Green, Hortensia Bueno, and many Western prints.
Late 19th /early 20th Plains Indians bead work includes papoose cradles, baskets, moccasins, saddlebags, gloves, burden bags, ceremonial scarves, and pouches to ponder. Don’t forget the extensive collection of Hopi and Navajo Kachinas. Place your brand on our collection of early Western branding irons.
But this sale is about the women’s clothing, shoes, bags, and jewelry. There are rooms of separates, jackets, hats, scarves, and shoes by such names as Chicos, Alfredo’s Wife, LL Bean, Victtor Camarena, Kenneth Cole Reaction, Gap, Clarks, and Baggalini. If you wear a size 8 shoe, you are Cinderella! This is also a big bling jewelry event with a fine collection of Native American turquoise and sterling Concho belts, squash blossom necklaces, earrings, bracelets, beads and more. Flashy baubles include diamond rings and watches, vintage pieces by Miriam Haskell, fun costume jewelry, and piles of pearls.
Furniture wise there is a rockin’ collection of rocking chairs. There is a Gustav Stickley tiger oak rocking chair with a period leather backrest and seat cover, a bentwood cane folding rocker, and several children’s and doll rockers.
Stock up your kitchen with Le Crueset cookware, Cuisinart food processors, panini makers, Kitchenaid Mixers, Vita-Mixer, and a Bullet Juicer. We have every measuring cup, Pyrex pan, cooking gadget, and Pampered Chef utensils known to man. We also have cookbooks.
Now that you’re ready to cook, dress up your table with Franciscan Ware Desert Rose dishes, Flintware dishes, Villeroy & Boch Persia dishes, Bubany platters, Talavera dishes, Limoges china, Waterford and crystal pieces, cobalt glassware, pink Depression glass, and more. Complete the look with linens, silver-plate and sterling pieces that will set your table apart.
This is a sale with the theme of many, and nowhere is that better expressed than our dolls. German Bisque beauties, Madame Alexander, Baby Shay, homespun cloth folk art dolls, Story Book Dolls, an Autumn Treat Navajo Doll, Franklin Heirloom dolls, Barbies, Kewpies, and more.
Crafty? We have a collection of fabrics, notions, yarn, and patterns. Sew it all up with a Singer Vintage 1930s sewing machine in cabinet with original notions. Clean up with a new iRobot Roomba or one of an assortment of vacuum cleaners.
Our Christmas room proves that it is not too early to be thinking about the holidays. There’s scary Halloween decorations and Easter trimmings that will get you hopping! Holidays aside, our huge chicken collection will make you crow with joy.
The garage is filled with power tools, hand tools, fishing tackle boxes, lures, a Penn 20’ fishing reel, ladders, and more kitchenalia. There are so many treasures that this sale transcends the borders of the inside to encompass a garden of outdoor furniture, Talavera and other garden pottery, metal rocking setees, accent tables, chairs, plush cushions, and a soothing fountain. We have a dog-gone good collection of cages and bedding. Bring those well-trained pets and we will rub their bellies. Over seeing it all is the Iconic 15’ rusted metal sculpture of George the Giraffe. He is a beloved neighborhood fixture and adorned with twinkly lights.
Green Valley is the place to be!
Come to Catherine’s Estate sale and make a day of it.
We look forward to seeing you!