Fabulous vintage collectibles, artist’s house.
This is the estate of Harriet Lisa Anderman, she made fine ceramics in the Art Nouveau style.
If you love really good antiques or just want some nice kitchen appliances, you should come to see this house. We have many large jardinières and lamp bases in bisque and some glazed made by her. There are her two electric ceramic kilns and a lot of her art supplies for sale.
There are antiques going back to the 17th century:
Such as a late 18th century Queen Anne walnut lowboy, probably Scottish.
A Charles I (early 17th century) English oak wardrobe, very ornate original English Renaissance piece.
Late 17th century English oak footed chest on plank supports dated the date “1674″
19th century 2-piece ebonized Renaissance Revival pewter or Welsh cupboard
19th century Jacobean style gateleg table hutchwith carved shelving top.
Late 20th century Italian tulipwood demilune marquetry commode, interesting black wood framed mid century chase lounge and many fine antique chairs including two old carved German Black Forest chairs.
There is a fine collection of Staffordshire dogs and other figures, vintage pewter, Limoges china, English Blue and White transfer ware, Indonesian and Asian collectables, silver plate, stained glass windows, chandeliers and lamps, books, Judacia, lots of good art, oil paintings, graphics, old Japanese woodblock prints, vintage quilts, lace, vintage Kimonos, lace, bedding and down comforters. The kitchen is loaded with great cookware and in the garage area we have patio furniture, plants, garden tools, antique brass bed and many wonderful treasures.