317 S. Forrest , Douglass, Kansas 67039
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Woody Auction is a family-owned auction house is in business for over 60 years. The auction house specializes in Victorian-era Antiques, especially American Brilliant Cut Glass, Art Glass, Firearms, Furniture, Primitives, Artwork, Oriental, Lamps, Carnival Glass, Porcelain, Pottery, Sterling Silver, Native American, and quality antiques pre-1900.
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In the late 18th century, miners discovered deposits of kaolin just south of Limoges in west-central France. Limoges craftspeople mixed this clay mineral with quartz and feldspar to create hard-paste porcelain. Recognized for its high-quality standards and expert craftsmanship, Limoges porcelain gradually earned attention and consumer demand. A display at the 1925 Paris International Exhibition of Decorative Art secured Limoges porcelain’s position as one of the finest types in the world. A set of seven Limoges porcelain mugs and a tankard will soon be available with Woody Auction. All six mugs measure 5.5 inches tall with hand-painted fruit accents. The tankard has a blackberry decoration and heavy gold trim. The handle of each piece resembles a dragon. Also available in this auction is a five-piece children’s tea set featuring Rose O’Neill’s Kewpies. A teapot with matching creamer and sugar dispensers and two sets of cups and saucers are included. Other notable items include a table lamp with a leaded glass shade, two Royal Bayreuth decorative vessels, and more. To view the entire collection and register to bid, visit LiveAuctioneers.
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Outstanding single-owner collection of American Brilliant Cut Glass will be sold September 11th & 12th by Woody Auction
Sold will be ewers, decanters, vases, cups, trays and more. Nearly 650 lots will come up for bid, live and online, with priceless beauties throughout both days American Brilliant Cut Glass serving tray with an elaborate sterling rim marked Gorham, with a well-cut design of vesica, hobstar, block and mitre motif. DOUGLASS, KS, UNITED STATES, August 10, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Woody Auction will present the outstanding American Brilliant Cut Glass collection of William Buschling from Kansas City, Missouri in a two-day auction slated for Friday and Saturday, September 11th and 12th. The sale will be held in Woody Auction’s Auction Hall at 130 East Third Street in Douglass and online, beginning at 5 pm Central time on Friday and 9 am on Saturday. “The William Buschling collection is sure to catch the attention of American Brilliant Cut Glass collectors worldwide,” said Jason Woody of Woody Auction. “Bill's collection features an exceptional array of quality glass, with a special emphasis on sterling adorned pieces. There are ewers, decanters, vases and more - nearly 650 lots will come up for bid, with priceless beauties throughout both days.” Finely engraved ABCG liquor decanter, 9 ½ inches tall, in a wheat pattern with matching embossed sterling flip lid with wheat motif and a heart-shaped locket. The sterling is marked Theodore B. Starr. Mr. Woody added, “We’re beyond proud to offer this collection to the public. Just as Bill had purchased many of his pieces, this collection is being offered to the highest bidder without reserve. And, as always at Woody Auction, there are no buyer’s premiums for those in attendance, when paying with cash or check.” All lots can be previewed at the Auction Hall on Friday, September 11th, from 1-5 pm Central. Following are just a handful of the expected top lots in the auction. Most are fine examples of American Brilliant Cut Glass (ABCG) from the collection of William Buschling. Certain to get paddles wagging are a Brilliant Period Cut Glass two-handled, green cut to clear loving cup, 6 ¾ inches tall, with an engraved floral and rococo design attributed to Stevens & Williams; and an…
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Cut glass can be traced back to 1,500 B.C. Egyptian vessels. In the United States, the first glassmaking factory was established in at Jamestown, Virginia in 1608. However, it was not until 1876 at the Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia that American brilliant-cut glass garnered attention. By the end of the 19th century, cut glass became a symbol of elegance and leisure. The high labor cost involved in the manufacture made it a luxury item. With the outbreak of World War I, the industry could not bear such high labor costs, ending the era of cut glass. The upcoming American & Brilliant Period Cut Glass Auction, presented by Woody Auction, offers over 450 lots of cut glass from the private collection of Mike and Mary Ann Callahan. Highlighted in the sale is a vase by Sinclaire. Founded in 1904 in New York, the company is known for its geometric and engraved patterns. The available vase bears a holly pattern with crosscut diamond bands. A pair of table lamps by G.W. Huntley Company is also among the key lots, each with fan motifs and pattern cut bases. Ice cream trays, rose bowls, and biscuit jars are also available. Browse the entire collection and register to bid online on LiveAuctioneers.