Happy Thanksgiving! On top of all the many things I’m thankful for, I’m thankful for… baby frogs! During the previous Bella Rustina weekend, Big Caleb set up a tank with a container that would be easy for the froglets to crawl out of and only put the biggest tadpoles with hind legs developed in it. I added a tree branch to make it more homey. We learned the tadpoles are ready to come out of the water when they develop their front legs, so it’s nothing to have a froglet hopping around with a long tail. The froglets get nourishment from their tail until it disappears and then they are supposed to eat. I put wingless fruit flies in their tank daily, but I haven’t caught a frog eating yet. We believe they are Cope’s Gray Treefrogs. We have three frogs so far and around 33 more to go. This is going to get interesting.
I got to go junkin’ last Friday! My pictures are not the best because I should have taken them when I had daylight (and not at midnight). I went to Saugey’s Estate Sale first and picked up the bluebird plate, embroidered bluebird tablecloth, and Lenox Oriental bird tablecloth. The mirror at Bette Bogart’s sale was my reason for making junkin’ happen. The mirror is larger and even prettier in person. Even though it’s a terrible idea with two young boys, I want to eventually have a mirror collection displayed on a wall in my home. I have two great mirrors now and once I get one more, I’ll start on that project. The tall stand is an ashtray holder, but it was so unique I had to have it. The yellow Pyrex bowl was a no-brainer for my hodge-podge Pyrex collection and I couldn’t pass up the old cake pan for $2. The rooster crock is salt glaze pottery from the 90s. It’s newer than I normally buy, but it’s pretty collectible on eBay. I’ve always wanted a “bathing beauty” figurine, so I was thrilled to find the dish at Bette’s sale. I added the maroon McCoy planter to my planter collection too. I was also happy to find some extension cords for the shows – I don’t think I could ever have too many cords.
I hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving weekend. Here are the sales I know about for this weekend:
Roy Dudley Estate Sales
Friday – Sunday, November 27 – 29
10:00AM – 3:00PM
Tanglewood Shopping Center
7509 Cantrell Rd.
Little Rock, Arkansas 72207
No Turkeys in this Weekend’s Sale!
This sale is packed with stellar finds, Jacobean poster bed dated 1611, corner cupboards, hunt board, designer sofas, Baker occasional chairs and tables, pair Hickory Chair loveseats, breakfront, Eastlake bedroom suite, pottery barn sectional, dining tables, set of 12 French dining chairs, set of 8 Chippendale chairs, tons of great art including listed artists signed and numbered Roller Wilson book and print, Haitian art, Virginia McKimmy portrait, lots of ladies fine and costume jewelry including gold, sterling, precious and semi precious stones, David Yurman, Mexican sterling jewelry, Chanel necklace, Louis Vuitton luggage, sets of sterling flatware including Buttercup, King Richard and Repousse, heavy sterling tea set, art glass, lots of Waterford Lismore stemware, R. Lalique vases, large set of Spode Fitzhugh, sets of China, sets of service plates, Spode Christmas China, Pyrex collection, fiesta, Russel Wright China, rookwood pottery, cammark, vintage toys and dolls, Steiff puppets, Limoges, incredible selection of fine collector books, Staffordshire figures, Herend, Quimper, Imari, designer lamps, bronzes, early prints, early sofa, Klipsch speakers, depression glass,oriental rugs, maps, military items, full kitchen, staub cookware, Knoll catalogs, designer sketches, furs, handbags, lots of Fontanei and Mark Roberts Nativity figures, and much much more.
Roy Dudley Estate Sales website with photos
Sunday, November 29
1504 South Leslie
Stuttgart, Arkansas 72160
AFTER THANKSGIVING AUCTION EXTRAVAGANZA
SUNDAY NOV.-29TH AT 9:AM (NOTE EARLY START TIME)
LOCATED AT 1504 SOUTH LESLIE STREET STUTTGART AR. 72160
OVER 1000 LOT’S OF QUALITY ITEM’S
Featured local estate that includes over 100 deer, elk, hog, and pheasant mounts
30 – quality guns, silver dollars, Indian pottery and arrowheads, duck calls,
1950’s AMI Jukebox, porcelain advertising sign’s
This will be our annual rug auction with over 100 hand made carpets
from our New York shipper with a great selection of sizes and designs to choose from.
A 53-ft. semi load from Massachusetts filled with fine furniture leather bound books and treasures from the attics
Plus straight from the round top Texas show a 53-ft. semi load of painted and designer furniture
Signs and decorative items and lot’s more to numerous to list it all
TERMS cash, checks with a 10% buyers premium all major credit cards with a additional 5% transaction fee
ALL COVID GUIDELINES WILL BE FOLLOWED AND INFORCED DUE TO DISTAINCEING CALL EARLY FOR RESERVED SEATING
Ponders Auctions website with photos
Saugey’s Pinnacle Auction
Ends Sunday, November 29
Little Rock, Arkansas 72204
This will be a 200 lot online only auction containing unusual ashtrays from all over, cigarette & cigar lighters in all shapes & sizes, NOS cigarette packs, cigars, snuff & chew (for display only), match holder/strikers, cigar boxes, smoke stands, tobacco chopper, tobacco shredder on a board, signs, vintage pocket tins and more. Almost every item is an advertising piece, several from Arkansas.
Preview times & pick up information is posted on the auctionzip online auction page.
Terms: We will accept cash, check w/ proper I.D., Visa, MasterCard & Discover debit & credit cards, WePay & PayPal. A 5% online fee will apply. No added Buyer’s Premium. All sales are final. No refunds.
*All tobacco products offered are for display purposes only. Not for consumption.
Auctioneer: John Saugey AALB #1319
For info please call John at 501-258-4400 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please wear a face covering and social distance when visiting out facility.
Saugey’s Pinnacle Auction online auctions
The Good Stuff Auction
Ends Sunday, November 29
Little Rock, Arkansas 72204
Details coming soon at link