Category Archives: Antiques & Collectibles

Old, one-of a kind, or limited edition items, memorabilia, etc.

N-21117 Blue Hankerchief

Blue Hankerchief

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Ending On: October 16, 2021 8:00 pm

Rich cobalt blue hand made glass vase with a handkerchief ruffled shape of blown glass. Approximately 3.5" high, less than 2.5" wide at base, and approximately 7" diameter at the top.

Estimated Value: $35

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N-21116 Spring’s Elegance

Spring's Elegance

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A Larry Burton original, double signed and numbered, Spring's Elegance, 22" wide x 31" height.

Born in Knoxville, Tennessee, and receiving his early training in art at the Meinzinger School of Art in Detroit, Michigan. Larry Burton is one of Tennessee's most respected and talented artists, known for over thirty-five years in this area and across the United States for his beautiful watercolors, World's Fair posters, and his series of Smoky Mountain posters.

He is listed in "Renowned Artists 1982-83"; "Men of Achievement 1993-94"; and many other publications. The walls of his studio in Sevier County are graced with over two hundred awards and ribbons for recognition of his professional fine art. Many of these awards were received from some of the nation's largest industries.

Estimated Value: $50

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N-21115 Spring’s Promise

Spring's Promise

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A Larry Burton original, double signed and numbered, "Spring's Promise", 22" wide x 31" height.

Born in Knoxville, Tennessee, and receiving his early training in art at the Meinzinger School of Art in Detroit, Michigan. Larry Burton is one of Tennessee's most respected and talented artists, known for over thirty-five years in this area and across the United States for his beautiful watercolors, World's Fair posters, and his series of Smoky Mountain posters.

He is listed in "Renowned Artists 1982-83"; "Men of Achievement 1993-94"; and many other publications. The walls of his studio in Sevier County are graced with over two hundred awards and ribbons for recognition of his professional fine art. Many of these awards were received from some of the nation's largest industries.

Estimated Value: $50

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N-21106 Lilypad Dishes

Lily Pad Sculptures

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Set of 2 decorative Global Views ceramic sculptures. 3 padded feet underneath fitted with mounting holes allow them to be used as functional table bowls, decorative ornaments or wall hangings.

Diameter ~ 6"

Estimated Value: $60

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