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SISTERS ANTIQUES ESTATE SALE -- WOODINVILLE

Saturday * February 17th, 2018 * 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Sunday * February 18th, 2018 * 8:00 am - 4:00 pm

14704 223rd Avenue NE
Woodinville 98077

NO EARLY ENTRY. ANY SIGN-UP LIST TO BE SELF-MANAGED. CASH ONLY, NO CHECKS. IF SERVICE IS AVAILABLE, CREDIT CARDS MAY BE ACCEPTED WITH A MINIMUM PURCHASE AND FOR A SERVICE FEE. BRING YOUR OWN BAGS, BOXES, PACKING MATERIALS. WE DO COLLECT SALES TAX. NO REFUNDS OR RETURNS -- ALL SALES FINAL. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS OR INJURIES.

PLEASE NOTE: OUR STAFF IS NEEDED INSIDE THE HOUSE AND IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR LOADING. BRING YOUR OWN HELP TO MOVE FURNITURE AND ITEMS PURCHASED.

Parking is available just up the street. There is no parking by the home due to a dirt driveway and heavy rains. If you need special assistance, please email/text us ahead of time and we can provide direction.

Description of sale: At the end of WWII, the Army brought her father back from England, where he had served as a field physician, returning him to Chicago. He bought a car and headed west, drove all the way to Washington state, and settled in Grandview where he opened his first medical practice.

As the child of almost native Washingtonians, she had special connections to the furniture and household items that were part of her life from early on. In her dad’s first office there was a lovely medical cabinet with a rounded top and beveled glass in the upper door. Decidedly the most prized piece in her home with wonderful memories, it will be available in the estate sale. Other pieces that were around most of her life are also ready to grace your home with her blessing.

Strongly tied to the history that is represented by the things her parents owned, many were held onto and cherished as her own family grew here in Washington and elsewhere. Over the years, a piece here and there was added, usually from Wyoming, New Mexico, and Nevada. There is a local flavor to regional furniture, and blending some “new” antiques with what they already had gave them a wonderfully eclectic collection. There always were lots of Washington influences: family’s crystal was by Kusak, table linens from Frederick and Nelson, and some of the kitchen décor came from Nordstrom back in the day. Her mother’s family had roots in Canada and England so the collection was rounded out by Royal Crown Derby, Wedgewood, Royal Worcester, and Royal Doulton.

Add in modern fabric furniture, a J. Peterman rattan sleigh bed, a turn-of-the-century wardrobe with beveled glass, and miscellaneous Asian antiques and you might want it all. Have fun deciding which pieces of our history will enrich your own!

A partial list includes: 4” new/newer white hooks for slatboard hundreds, 50s glass hostess set, Acrosonic piano, alphabet and number boards décor, amber bar glasses from Sur La Table *my favorite, animal crates and kennels, armoire/wardrobe turn of the century with beveled shield-shaped mirror on single center door, art, assorted paints, baking supplies, bar ware assorted items, baskets, Belgique stainless steel pans, black and white plates France, Bon Marche coffee table and lamp table with glass, bookshelves, bread machine, Breyer horses, building materials, carpet runners wool long Oriental? Persian? (approximately 13’ and 20’ each) antique, chairs, charcoal, Charles Belle framed blue flowers “Fleurs de Belle”, Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery large wooden wine store display, china, Chinese antique ice chest cooler box Qing Dynasty, Chinese antique lacquered chest with domed lid, Chinese blue white very large low bowl, Chinese sideboard/buffet, coffee tables, collectibles, collection of Christmas tree stands, computer equipment, cookbook collection, cookie cutters, copper bowls, Corningware French white, crafts, crock pot, crystal, crystal decanter, crystal goblets, Cuisinart coffee maker with two carafes, Cuisinart food processor, demitasse cups and saucers, Depression glass stemware, DMC embroidery floss skeins new thousands, DMC vintage store display wooden 3-drawer embroidery floss thread cases, Don Stone signed carved moose antler, Dooney and Bourke handbags, drafting table vintage, dressers, DVDs CDs VHS, EAPG, electronics, Elna Carina SU-65 sewing machine w/accessories, end tables, English tea pots, Enochs Indianapolis U.S.A. antique walnut medical cabinet domed top glass arched single door multiple drawers cabinet below with amazing glass shelves – a family piece that belonged to client’s physician father, espresso machine, fabric, feather seed rattan wicker seed pod bamboo shell spheres, file cabinets, Filson jacket, Fitz and Floyd decanters plate, folding tall screen for photos, framed oil painting of work horse, framed oil painting on board chickens and rooster in yard vintage, frames, Frederick Machetanz “Midnight Watch” framed signed and numbered lithograph, French style very cool wire half-round garden stand, futon beds (one wooden, one metal), galvanized tub, garden pots, gardening/yard supplies and tools, GE 21cf manual defrost freezer, green house shelf, hall tree mirrored large turn-of-the-century antique, hand tools, Harman Kardon receiver, house plants large and medium, household items, huge extension ladder, ice bucket silver plate with hinged lid, iMac computers and keyboards, J. Peterman rattan king sleigh bed with mattress, jewelry, Julia Childs collection of cookbooks, kitchen goodies galore, kitchen utensils, Korean cloisonné condiment set, Kusak crystal, Lachrymatory tear catcher perfume bottles antique, ladies clothing tons, lamp tables, lamps, landscape lighting, large framed polar bear print, leather ‘fabric’, library FULL of books plus additional books in other rooms, linens, Made in Vermont large wooden bowl, Magic Box fold-away desk cabinet in the style of Mummenthaler Meier or Mumenthaler and Meier Mid Century Modern, Magnavox mahogany radio cabinet to repurpose (bar?), Mahjong table with four drawers, mahogany (?) office desk vintage, mahogany cabinet double door w/piano hinges amazing dovetailing, Malibu pilates Pro, marble polar bear, metal stand with glass shelves plants or other, metal/wood shelf unit, Mid Century Modern Danish Niels O. Moller for Gudme Mobelfabrik teak dining table, Mid Century Modern dresser, Mikasa crystal, Minton china set Ancestral pattern, Molbaks planters and pots, Natureworks hatching dinosaur, nickel bronze Thailand huge vintage flatware set in old presentation case, nightstand, Nikon vintage cameras, oak antique office desk, office chair, old trunk, outdoor chairs, Pampered Chef items, patio furniture, portable work bench new in box, pottery, power tools, primitive bookcase/cabinet with two glass doors antique, printers and ink, ProForm recumbent bike near new, puzzles, Pyrex, rattan bar with wine glass racks and bottle cubbies, rattan large cylindrical stand with heavy glass on top, Riedel fine stemless wine glasses new, Royal Albert, Royal Crown Derby, Royal Doulton, Royal Worcester, Sabino crystal chickens, Scandesign teak counter stools set of 4, Scopelite microscope lamp, sewing supplies, ship’s desk original hardware antique and awesome, snow skis, sofa table with antiqued green with faint gold edging, sofa/love seat/chair overstuffed, speakers, Spencer antique microscope Buffalo U.S.A. several lenses and original case, Spode Christmas serving two-tiered tray minus stem, stainless steel fish poacher, Steuben blue aurene glass vase Frederick Carder AS IS, studio pottery, tall square shelving unit wood and iron, tea cups and saucers, tool boxes, tools of all kinds, Toro lawnmowers, True Puresoft black task chair new and assembled, tureen large white covered, twin headboard, twin mattress, USSR Lomonosov porcelain Panda bears, Victorian side chairs upholstered back and seat, Weber charcoal barbecue, Wedgwood, wheelbarrow, wicker whitewashed desk and matching bench, wicker natural side chairs set of 6, wooden carved bear holding fish, wreath sculptured metal flowers, wrought iron tall candle stand, yarn yarn yarn and more yarn…

One room has been totally devoted to all things associated with yarn crafts. This represents inventory from a store in Bellevue that has since closed its doors. Items include sewing accessories, thread, embroidery materials, fabric, leather, needlepoints, needles, roving, needlework frames, loom, yarn stretchers, vintage sequins/bangles/embellishments used on costumes for ice skaters, yarn (yarn in virtually all weights, from lace [very thin] to super bulky [as thick as a finger]; most of the yarn is wool or a combination of wool and other fibers -- some with bamboo, silk, or hemp. There is some 100% cotton yarn, some 100% silk yarn, and some 100% cashmere.

One of the reviews from the store: “If you're a devotee of the yarn arts --crocheting, knitting, etc., or you want to be -- this store offers a wide variety of beautiful yarns. They also carry a number of books and accessories, knitting needles, crochet hooks, charms and buttons, and a number of patterns as well. This is a great place to look over all the options in the yarn world, and find a comfortable area to start in. Beautiful variety of colors and textures!”

*** When we arrived Monday, packed boxes were everywhere and our client and a friend were busy unloading everything to add to the sale! We hope to add photos to this site, but if we can't because of pricing, please visit to see even more!

phone/text: Patty (206) 914-6150

email: patty@sistersantiques.com




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