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Location: Madison, TN

Tornado Relief Online Auction

We are auctioning the 30' x 50' American flag that was flying above the Town and Country Ford Dealership in Madison, Tennessee when an EF2 tornado devastated the area. The flag was torn in half but was still flying after the storm. It has since replaced and stored.

This online auction is open now and ends Thursday, January 25th at 2pm,  and the flag will sell to the highest bidder regardless of price. Proceeds to benefit the Madison community through the United Way of Nashville. Together we stand stronger.

Photo credit: Jennifer Keith

Auction Ended Thursday, January 25th, 2024

Dali, Picasso and Monet - Original Etchings - Jewelry and Bronze Statuary

This Auction Ended October 12, 2023

We are selling over 350 lots of a wonderful variety of art deco and art nouveau artwork, bronze statuary and costume jewelry. This is your opportunity to buy quality artwork, which includes Salvador Dali, Pablo Picasso, Claude Monet, Hans Bol, and original etchings from Icart, Ferville and many others. There are Woodblock prints as well as original art from Paul Harmon, Peter Lloyd and several others.  Much of the artwork is unframed which is nice because it allows you to customize your artwork frames according to your personal needs. 

The costume jewelry ranges from brooches to necklaces, some modern and some vintage. We have a nice selection of vintage bags and the bronze statuary is mostly art deco and art nouveau style. There are some beautiful pieces.

The holidays are just around the corner. Now is a great time to get a head start on collecting those gifts. This auction offers quality art and you name your price!

Online Estate Auction - Over 40 Years of Collecting - Seller Moving Back to Alaska

Seller moving back to Alaska and said sell everything!
Auction Ends Thursday, May 4th - 2pm CT

After the passing of her husband, our seller has decided to close her home in Fairview and move back to Alaska, where she and her late husband spent the majority of their time. This auction represents over 40 years of collecting items and she is now ready to let other people enjoy them as she and her late husband did.

There are 3 generations of antique whale oil lamps, tribal masks and woodcarvings, a head hunter's mandau sword, statuary, a Civil War folding Camp Chair, china, crystal, a Kalaga tapestry, beautiful Chinoiserie furniture, X Box one, video games and so much more. Please read terms and conditions regarding shipping.

All items are selling with no reserves to the highest bidder. Inspection will be in Fairview on Wednesday, May 3rd and the auction will end on May 4th. Pickup will be on Friday and Saturday May 5th and 6th. The location will be disclosed on inspection day. It's in Fairview less than one mile off of Hwy. 100 not far from the Loveless Cafe.

There is a 15% Buyer's Premium in effect for this auction.

This auction ended May 4, 2023

Main Location: Hermitage, TN ...

Personal Property from 5903 Port Anadarko Trail

We will be selling a few remaining items from 5903 Port Anadarko Trail in Hermitage. 

There is a 15% Buyer's Premium in effect for the personal property.

Auction ended October 27th, 2021

Location: Hermitage, TN

Online Auction of Home Located at 5903 Port Anadarko Trail in Hermitage Tennessee

With downtown Nashville being a short 13-minute drive from this location, Mt. Juliet just under a 10-minute drive and easy access to both Percy Priest and Old Hickory lakes, this custom-built brick contemporary ranch style home may be the home you’ve been waiting for! 

There is a 10% Buyer's Premium in effect for this auction.

Auction ended 10-27-21   SOLD!

The Estate of June Baldini Online Auction

We will be selling the Estate of my Mother, June Baldini, in an online auction opening August 25th and ending September 8th. 

As my family has suffered a great loss, it was always her intent to sell her estate items in an auction. She was an avid auction attendee and my biggest cheerleader. She is the reason I entered the auction industry. I have prepared a blog so you can learn more about my greatest inspiration. Click here to read more.

Please join me in an auction celebration as we showcase her very nice collection.

Bidding Ends Wed., Sept. 8th Starting at 2pm CT

There is a 15% Buyer's Premium in effect for this auction.

New Online Estate Auction - Rolex - Cartier - Tiffany - Casio - Gorham Sterling

We are selling an estate in Hermitage that includes fine jewelry including Rolex, Cartier, Tiffany, gold and silver and over 35 men's watches. Gemologist, Van McMinn, has examined the fine jewelry and provided appraisals on four pieces for us so you can buy with confidence.

There is also some amazing original dry brush watercolor artworks from Van H. Treat, who lives in the Great Smokey Mountains. There are also over 15 original graphite drawings of legendary places in Rutherford County. The furniture includes a solid wood dining table, chairs and china cabinet, and some of collectibles include a vintage rain/oil lamp and other interesting items.

The auction is open now and ends on June 9th. All items in this auction will sell to the highest bidder regardless of price.

We will hold an onsite inspection on Tuesday, June 8th. The address will be disclosed at that time.

****Van H. Treat Artist Bio:

Van H. Treat was born in San Francisco in 1941. He attended California College of Arts and Crafts and also studied at the prestigious Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara. He was only one of five, in his class of 28 students, to graduate with a B.F.A. He spent the next 17 years as a professional, in the areas of research and industrial photography. His watercolor artistry began as a hobby around 1976, then became his full-time passion by 1985. The strong art community and the desire to operate his own gallery is what attracted him to move to Gatlinburg with his wife Fannie.

Van paints almost strictly from his own photographs using the dry brush watercolor technique. Unlike traditional watercolor, the dry brush technique requires maximum concentration as there is no room for accidents. Each piece is skillfully planned out ahead of time with a detailed drawing rendered first. From there, it is transferred to watercolor board. It’s a slow and tedious medium, and he does a lot of glazing for rocks and weathered wood and proceeds to “lift off” the color to achieve the realistic texture. It is not uncommon for him to even use the wrinkles in his hands to create texture in rocks and tree trunks.

His works have been compared to such greats as Andrew Wyeth and Eric Sloan. It is said Van H. Treat “…is an artist who invites you to walk through his woods, meander up long deserted pathways, pull up a rock, and sit beside a running stream. There is no illusion here. His places are real…very real”.

This auction ended June 9, 2021


Location: Hendersonville, TN

200 Rings and a Gun Online Auction

We are selling our 2nd auction for our seller of over 200 rings and a .22 Winfield automatic pistol. All of these rings are from a private collection. Most of these costume rings are stamped "Sterling" or "925." Auction opens Wednesday, April 14th and will end on Wednesday, April 21st starting at 2pm.

There will be a public inspection on Wednesday, April 21st from 10:30 am to 12:30pm at the Goodlettsville Antique Mall located at 213 N. Main Street in Goodlettsville.

All items will sell to the highest bidder regardless of price!


Location: Nashville, TN

Watkins. College of Art

Watkins College of Art Online Auction - This Auction Ended January 20, 2021

Our first online auction of 2021 includes more than 300 unique and original pieces from the former Watkins College of Art collection. There are over 150 artists represented in this auction. 

Most of the artwork is original and one-of-a-kind. Watkins merged with Belmont University in 2020, bringing financial stability and expanded opportunities to Watkins’ students. There has never been a better opportunity to participate in, and buy artwork from an auction with such an important history.

Watkins was founded as the Watkins Institute in 1885 by Samuel Watkins, a self-educated Nashville businessman. The school became nationally accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD) in 1996. 

The sale of this remaining artwork from the Watkins’ property will be used exclusively to support a scholarship endowment for students in the new Watkins College of Art at Belmont. This sale will both aid in preserving the Watkins legacy while giving future art students greater access to a premier education.  
All items will be sold with no reserves to the highest bidder, regardless of price! All payments in this auction must be made via credit card ONLY or wire transfer. There is a 15% Buyer's Premium in effect for this auction.


New Online Auction - 250+ Ring Collection

We are selling over 250 beautiful and unique rings from a private collection! Blue turquoise, green turquoise, malachite, black onyx and other pieces, all marked either "Sterling" or "925". Our seller is ready to part with these rings so that other people can enjoy them. Auction is open NOW and ends November 11th at 2pm CT. 

All items will sell to the highest bidder, regardless of price!

Bidding Ended November 11th 

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