Feb 182021
 

Holy Moly, who ordered all this snow? Neither of my boys have experienced a real snow until now. Only thing is it’s so cold outside and the snow is so deep they can’t fully enjoy it because we don’t have the proper attire. I resorted to tying plastic bags around Little Caleb’s shoes to avoid his feet getting wet. Years ago I ordered some snow boots for Little Caleb and they now fit Joshua perfectly. The first round of snow didn’t seem to “stick” to make a snowman. We’ll try again tomorrow. Our old sled just sinks in the snow, so we haven’t figured that out either. I have a vintage “trash can lid”-type sled we hope to try.

We have been battling our hot water pipes freezing. It all started when our clothes washer wouldn’t work on Monday. A space heater in our laundry room didn’t help, so yesterday we hooked up our torpedo heater and blew heat under the house (Big Caleb didn’t leave it unattended and had a fire extinguisher handy). That thawed our hot water pipes, but not the drain to the clothes washer, so water went into the floor instead of draining. I caught it before it made a big mess. Tomorrow it may warm up enough for the pipes to stop freezing. If not, I will use a bucket to allow the water to drain. 

I appreciate everyone who supported Bella Rustina last weekend. The snow made it tough, but I am grateful for each and every exhibitor and customer who made it happen. This is my first event out of over fifty in 10 years that has been directly affected by snow, so we can now say we’ve had shows during snow, monsoon-like rain, tornadoes, sleet, extreme heat, and everything else Arkansas weather can throw at us. The March 5-7 Antique Alley Arkansas Antique Show is coming up at the same 9300 Maumelle Boulevard location and I have some fabulous antique exhibitors signing up who have never joined Antique Alley Arkansas before. The show has the potential to be incredible and if customers support it, I’ll be able to bring Antique Alley Arkansas to the Little Rock area again in the future.

Hopefully the snow will melt in time for the sales this weekend. Here’s what I know:

ReHome Resale Estate Sales

Friday, February 19
12:00PM – 5:00PM
Saturday – Sunday, February 20 – 21
9:00AM – 5:00PM

5600 Kavanaugh Blvd.
Little Rock, Arkansas 72207

After 63 years in business, Feinstein’s, a Heights fashion landmark specializing in high-end women’s apparel, cosmetics & accessories has closed.

This unique liquidation will include all remaining NEW merchandise, along with all furnishings and fixtures, displays, mannequins, sewing machines and notions, office contents, decorations, signage, boxes, bags, gift wrap, and ABSOLUTELY EVERYTHING REMAINING IN THE STORE.

Please note our extended hours to accomplish this liquidation this weekend!
ReHome Resale Estate Sale details with photos









Roy Dudley Estate Sale

Saturday – Sunday, February 20 – 21
10:00AM – 3:00PM

2 Club Manor Dr.
Maumelle, Arkansas 72113

Beautiful estate sale this weekend! English double China cabinet, dropleaf table, dining table, chairs, English drop front desk, occasional tables and chairs, king poster bed, art, silver, rugs, decorative accessories, English boxes and stands, cybis, clocks, huge set of Spode, cut glass and much, much more.
Roy Dudley Estate Sale website with photos




Roy Dudley Estate Sale

Saturday – Sunday, February 20 – 21
10:00AM – 3:00PM

7509 Cantrell Rd.
Little Rock, Arkansas 72207

The star of this sale is an incredible collection of ephemera – 1000’s of postcards (many speciality categories) photographic images including daguerreotypes, ambrotypes, CDV and vernacular photos, paper items from the 18th century to now, autograph collection, civil war relics and photographs, collection of Arkansas interest letters concerning the 1930s Arkansas Razorbacks, romance and University of Arkansas School of Medicine, Monumental Gracie wallpaper screen, collection of early McCarty pottery all marked Merigold MS, French chest, Saarinen table, danish dining table, Asian inlaid bar, chinoiserie secretary, chandeliers, incredible green damask sofa, mahogany server, primitive cupboard, mid century wood and linen credenza, leather tacked chairs, African shield and masks, great mirrors, chests, music box, wingbacks, lots of art including Sammy Peters, Barry Thomas, Betty Dortsch Russell, Karen Harms, listed Mexican artists, full kitchen, sterling flatware including repousse and Etruscan, magnificent English sterling inkwell, fine and costume jewelry, lots of southwestern and turquoise jewelry, lots of artifacts, huge Boy Scout collection, coins, art glass, oriental rugs, pair wheat sheath cocktail tables, occasion tables and chairs, daybed, silver plated items, linens, comics, books, collection of Nancy Drew, Hardy Boys and others, Arkansas book collection, toys, Star Wars collectibles, worlds fair items, wicker and patio items, fine China, Lalique, baccarat, retalbos and so much more!
Roy Dudley Estate Sale website with photos




Caring Transitions of Little Rock Metro

Sunday – Monday, February 21 – 22
11:00AM – 4:00PM

Address will be available at link after 9AM Saturday
Little Rock, Arkansas 72207

*Please note hours and days for this sale have changed.*  We will be open Sunday 2/21 & Monday 2/22  from 11:00am  until 4:00 pm.

This house is filled with wonderful home furnishings and awesome collectibles.  Due to the weather conditions we are making many items available for purchase prior to the sale start date.  Prices will be listed on the photos.  You may contact Melissa at 501.673.7253 to arrange to buy these items early.  Items will then be updated as “sold” on the ad photos.  You may also leave an offer for any item.

Furniture- Formal dining table & chairs, matching china hutch and side table , round oak dining table & chairs, sofa & loveseat,  coffee tables, end tables, Baldwin Piano, Queen bedroom set

Appliances- Kenmore Elite washer, GE dryer (newly purchased),LG Stainless Refrigerator, Whirlpool Designer Fit Stainless Refrigerator

Gym equipment- Tuff Stuff CXT-200 Multi-functional trainer, treadmill, dumbbells, ab lounge2

Collectibles- large GI Joe collection from the 60’s to modern, Disney framed lithographs, Razorback items, Comic books, Jim Shore angels, vintage radios, vintage cameras, gold & silver jewelry, watches.

Outdoors- kids cedar swing set/fort, storage building, hunting gear.
Caring Transitions of Little Rock Metro details with photos







Auctions


Caring Transitions of Little Rock Metro

Ends Tuesday, February 23
11:00PM

Online Auction
Sherwood, Arkansas 72120

This sale is an 7 day on-site online auction, where bidding starts at $1.

Place bids your on www.littlerock.ctbids.com

Our client was a Music Minister and over the years he was gifted M&M Collectibles of all kinds from his many choir members.

In this auction you see various M&M guys figurines and other Collectibles. Also many rare finds in porcelain figurines, and early american and victorian pieces. Antique and Contemporary furniture pieces as well.

Curios and other display cabinets
55″ Hisense Television
Jewelry cabinet
Full sized iron bed with bedding
Pub style table and bar stools
Antique bedroom chest and dresser
China Hutch
Salt and pepper shaker Collectibles
Coin collection
Vintage and Antique signs
Christmas figurines and decor’
Vintage children’s books by and sheet music
All winning bidders will receive an invoice with pickup instructions and address to pickup location in Sherwood, Ar. 72120 Auction Ends 11pm. February 23rd. Pick up will be Saturday February, 27th from 9am-2pm. Please bring help for loading heavy items. See terms and conditions.
Caring Transitions of Little Rock Metro details with photos





I Say Sold Auction Service

Begins Friday, February 12 @ 5PM
Ends Friday, February 26 at 5:00PM

Online Auction
Little Rock, Arkansas 72204

The complete line of designer scrubs by Jamileh Kamran to include over 1100 pieces. 496 sets of scrubs, 75 lab coats, 42 assorted pants & scrub tops. Several designs & styles in mix & match colors. Sizes from extra-small to 2x. Also included are the 19 pieces of “prototype” or sample garments. This line is perfect for a professional private office or clinic setting. All are made of 65% Polyester & 35% Cotton. Everything is ready to wash & wear.

Terms: We will accept CASH or a check from your bank made out to ISAYSOLD Auction Services as payment. Credit & Debit Visa, MasterCard and Discover will also be accepted with a 4% fee. A 5% online bidding fee will be added by Auctionzip. There is no other added BUYER’S PREMIUM.

Due to the bulk of the clothing, pick up is encouraged. Bring your own racks, totes or bags. Contact the Auctioneer to schedule a pick up time at the Auction House at 501-258-4400.
ISAYSOLD Auction Services uses 3rd party shippers such as FedEx to ship bulk items. Contact us for your shipping options on the bulk purchase. We will crate up the collection for a fee. Your shipping must be arranged within 10 calendar days of the auction or the items will be considered “abandoned” regardless of payment status.
I Say Sold Auction Service auction

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