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Upcoming Auctions 2022 Thomaston Place Auction Galleries APRIL 1 The Art of Japan
Netsuke, Inro, Okimono & Wood Block Prints
MAY 20 Interior/Exteriors
Select vintage and contemporary furnishings for your home, patio, porch & garden.
JULY 8, 9 & 10 July Auction Weekend
Fine Art, Antiques & 20th c. Decorative Items Consignments Welcome! Deadline May 3
AUGUST 26, 27 & 28 August Auction Weekend
Fine Art, Antiques & 20th c. Decorative Items Consignments Welcome! Deadline June 21
NOVEMBER 11, 12 & 13 Fall Auction Weekend
Fine Art, Antiques & 20th c. Decorative Items Consignments Welcome! Deadline September 6
Our auctioneer sells approximately 65-70 lots per hour.
PREVIEW: FEBRUARY 14–19 & FEBRUARY 21–24
Monday - Friday: 9am–5pm & Saturday: 10am–3pm
Friday, February 25 350 LOTS Folk Art & Americana
Lots 1001 to 1130 11 am - 1 pm Lots 1131 to 1260 1 pm - 3 pm Lots 1261 to 1350 3 pm - 5 pm
Saturday, February 26 503 LOTS
Fine Art & Antiques
Lots 2001 to 2130 11 am - 1 pm Lots 2131 to 2260 1 pm - 3 pm Lots 2261 to 2390 3 pm - 5 pm Lots 2391 to 2503 5 pm - 7 pm
Sunday, February 27 477 LOTS
20th c. Decorative Arts
Lots 3001 to 3130 11 am - 1 pm Lots 3131 to 3260 1 pm - 3 pm Lots 3261 to 3390 3 pm - 5 pm Lots 3391 to 3477 5 pm - 7 pm
HOW TO BID: PHONE/ABSENTEE | ONLINE
PHONE OR ABSENTEE
Fill out our Phone/Absentee Bidder registration form online or call 207-354-8141 to register over the phone. We require current contact information and a valid credit card. If we do not have a credit card number, your registration is not complete. All registration forms must be received no later than noon on the day preceding the auction. Bid forms received the day of the auction MAY NOT BE PROCESSED. Buyer’s Premium is 20% for phone or in-house absentee bids.
We offer three online platforms that allow you to leave an absentee bid and/or to bid live online during the auction*. Thomaston Live is our own in-house platform and is accessed through our online catalog. We also list our auctions on Live Auctioneers and Invaluable. Each platform has its own registration procedures. Buyer’s Premium is 25% for online absentee or live bids.
Registration is open from the Monday prior to the auction through the end of the auction. You must register at our Front Desk with a valid driver’s license or other form of identification. Seats may be reserved by calling our gallery prior to the auction.
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1001 1001 SPONGEWARE BASIN WITH STONE FRUIT
19th c. Blue & White Spongeware Milk Pan, with (13) pieces of assorted vintage stone fruit (banana, grapes, peach, pear, orange, lemon, (2) tangerines, (3) apples, (2) plums), bowl: 3 1/8" high, 10 1/4" diam., rim chips, surface stains and crazing. $500-700
1002 STONE FRUIT COLLECTION
(35) Piece Group of Carved and Stained Stone Fruit, in marble or alabaster, many with wooden stems, incl: (8) White apples; (4) Apple halves; (5) Assorted pear varieties; (7) Strawberries; (3) Peaches; (2) Walnuts; (1) Lemon; (1) Orange; (1) Banana; (1) Bunch of grapes; (1) Watermelon slice; and (1) Chestnut. Surface wear and color losses, one missing stem, one detached grape. $500-700
1003 19TH C. BLUE PAINTED WOODEN FIRKIN
Early Lidded Bucket, copper nail construction, bentwood swing handle, lid interior with painted name “William Soren”, 14 1/8" high (handle down), 15 1/4" base diam. Paint losses, surface wear and losses commensurate with age. $300-500
1004 LARGE HOOKED RUG
Early 20th c. handmade Hooked Rug, found in Maine, in polychrome floral with brown lobed frame, 56" x 61", good condition. $500-700
1005 19TH C. AMERICAN COUNTRY THIRTY-THREE YELLOW PAINTED PINE SPICE CABINET
Probably from a Grocers, in mustard yellow casein paint, unpainted mushroom knobs, exposed dovetail case, unfinished interior to drawers, 31 1/2" x 41" x 19", good condition, expected wear, clean. $1,000-1,500