Woody Auction to offer art glass, lamps aand muche more on April 20th

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Woody Auction to offer art glass, lamps aand muche more on April 20th
Authentic vampire killing kit, housed in a silk-lined walnut case and featuring an ebony handled dueling pistol, "silver" bullets, a wooden stake, a Crucifix and Holy Water (est. $4,000-$7,000).



DOUGLASS, KAN.- A wide selection of quality antiques will come up for bid at an at Art Glass, Lamps and Much More auction planned for Saturday, April 20th, by Woody Auction, online (thru LiveAuctioneers.com) and live in the auction house located at 130 Third Street in Douglass. In total, 333 lots will cross the auction block, all with no reserves, beginning promptly at 9:30 am Central time.

“This springtime auction is sure to capture the attention and imagination of bidders,” said Jason Woody of Woody Auction. “Vaseline glass is featured extensively throughout the event, along with several Victorian epergnes. Porcelain plaques, art glass, and pottery are just a few of the many genres available. There is no buyer’s premium for those in attendance paying with cash or check.”

Certainly one of the more intriguing items in the sale is lot 195, an authentic vampire killing kit, housed in a silk-lined walnut case and featuring an ebony handled dueling pistol, "silver" bullets, a wooden stake, a Crucifix, a removable tray with Professor Bloomberg's New Serum, Holy Water, wolfbane, brimstone, garlic, and a Common Book of Prayer. The kit should bring $4,000-$7,000.

The rest of the catalog is pretty much in keeping with the kinds of quality collectibles people have come to expect from Woody Auction. A prime example is lot 50, a pedestal urn marked Sevres, 28 ½ inches tall, boasting an incredible scene of a courting couple, artist signed “Le Berre”, cobalt blue with flawless gold enamel and gold gilt highlights plus highly detailed handles (est. $3,500-$6,000).

Lot 100 is an unmarked, circa 1902 Loetz vase in the Medici pattern, blue opal with fantastic iridescence, dimpled sides and a polished pontil base, 5 ¼ inches in height (est. $2,000-$3,500). Lot 53 is a plated amberina art glass cruet by New England Glass, 6 ¾ inches tall, with a perfect handle and a polished pontil base, from the collection of Frank and Melissa Keathley (est.$1,500-$3,000).

Lot 27 is an English cameo art glass lay down perfume by Thomas Webb & Son, 5 ¾ inches by 1 inch, with an amazing swan head cameo carved design, white over citrine yellow, English silver marked with number “RD11109” on the twist cap (est. $1,500-$3,000). This item is also from the collection of Frank and Melissa Keathley, who previously operated Top Shelf Antiques in Texas.

Lot 43 is a very rare form solid ruby glass figural “Shake a Leg” martini shaker with nickel fittings, made circa 1937 by West Virginia Specialty Glass (est. $1,500-$2,500). It matches lot 44. Lot 65 is a beautiful example of a green cut to Vaseline art glass vase signed Val St. Lambert, 9 ¾ inches tall, with an acid cameo cut castle, lake, sailboat, mountain and tree scenic décor (est. $1,500-$2,500).

Lot 55 is a signed and dated 1902 English cameo inkwell by Stevens & Williams, 2 ¾ inches by 3 ½ inches, white and cranberry cameo carved leaf overly on Vaseline ground, and silver (est. $1,500-$2,500). The Vaseline base color is highly reactive under the black light. Lot 141 is a circa 1880s Victorian automatic parlor fountain consisting of cranberry art glass globes on a rotating brass fixture with a ruffled cranberry bowl, marked J. Betrics & Sons (London) (est. $1,000-$2,500).

Lot 141 is an 11-piece cranberry cut to Vaseline vanity set in the Waldenburg pattern by Val St. Lambert, circa 1925, comprising four cologne and perfume bottles of varying sizes; two atomizers of varying sizes; three covered boxes; one 2 ¾ inch tall vase and one pin tray (est. $1,000-$2,500).

Lot 328 is a must-see, massive round plaque signed Beehive, 19 ½ inches in diameter, boasting complete gold tapestry ground, with a portrait of a classically dressed woman wearing a blue hat with nice plume and mounted in an incredible 29 ½ inch gilt wooden frame (est. $1,500-$2,500).










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