ESTATE SALE, BALDWIN TOWNSHIP, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 8AM-3PM, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 18, 9AM-1PM no

840 ROLLING ROCK DRIVE, 15234

From Route 88, Left or Right on Killarney, Left Rolling Rock.

From McNeilly road, left or right on Pearce Rd., straight on Dewalt, Left Newport, Right Rolling Rock.

There will be 2 Entrances: Front door for the main floor and garage entrance for the basement. Sorry no tools or usual garage items

MASKS WILL BE REQUIRED AND PLEASE SOCIAL DISTANCE.. Space may be limited to 15-20 inside at a time.

Feel free to bring an empty box or empty tote to collect items. Absolutely NO large purses, knapsacks etc. are allowed ( too many breakable  items in the space provided)

CASH AND CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED (3% for credit)

 

This is the Estate of Dr. Bruce R. Baker, known by someone very close to him as “The missing Nobel Prize winner who was living, teaching and practicing in Pittsburgh for the past 40 years”.   Bruce was considered Universally as a uniquely gifted and generous teacher.  He was a Philologist and traveled the world collecting objects of Art.

Many items from his prized collections  are be offered for sale.

Furniture:  Beautiful antique Oak and Mahogany bookcases, French Provincial Curio, Pair of Theodore Alexander Book shelves,  Scully & Scully Silver chest, marble pedestal, antique dressers, mahogany buffet, Cherry desk, Dining/Kitchen table and chairs, French Provincial tables, Upholstered arm chairs and wingback, Victorian Eastlake dresser, Feudal style China cabinet, Decorative Mirrors, Sofa, PR love seats

Many Antique Oriental carpets and area rugs of all designs and sizes

Artwork:  Large group of Haitian paintings including artists such as Gabriel Coutard, Dumerlus Jeune, eddy Paul, Andre Naval, etc.., Many purchased from the Galerie Macondo

Many beautiful photograph by Jim Spillane

Pair of Old Masters  portraits in the style of Rubens and Van Dyke, oil on Board by Nacho and Ignacio Arteta, collages by Malcolm Tillis, Paintings by Brett mason and Many, Many more..

Numerous framed maps, historical documents, steel engravings, illuminated Mughal pages, photographs and modern contemporary art.  Peter Max Posters.  Framed Lace/Linens

Bronze girl by Marjorie Fitzgibbons

Religious prints and items

Large Selection of Carnival and beautiful glassware:  Makers:  Fenton, Fostoria, Moser, Northwood, Imperial, Bohemian. Depression, Waterford, Heisey, Hawkes  etc

Glass patters:  Stag and Holly, Mary Gregory painted glass, Grape and Cable, Dragon Lotus, Butterfly, Orange tree, Holly, Peacock Urn, Tree Bark, North Star, Fantail, Acorn, 3 fruits, stippled, wheel etched glassware, Waterford, Waterford happiness vase, Phoenix glass vases etc.

Pottery:  Weller, Wedgwood Blue, green, black, pink etc., PR of Wedgwood lamps

China:  Aynsley Pembroke, coalport Pembroke, Royal Worcester, Noritake tea set, Noritake Holbrook, Burleighware plates, Large amount of  Original Bohemian Zwiebelmuster  Dinnerware, Delft blue, Flow blue, Royal Copenhagen (many old), Royal crown Derby figures

Kitchenware platters, Selection of Newer Fiesta

Herend pieces, Meissen Pitcher

Teplitz  Woman Bust, Northwest Coast masks,  Inuit Seal carving

some MCM glassware and Art, Bookends

Straw Box from 1795, Dahl Jensen Ceramic Jar Head

small Mineral collection

Many Books

MUCH, MUCH, MORE….

 

 

 

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