Claridge Court Collection Auction And Additions

This online only auction featured an incredible estate from the exclusive Claridge Court in Prairie Village, KS, plus some excellent extras. Featured were Thomas Hart Benton’s original painting “Roosterville Farm” and an original TH Benton pencil sketch. There were fine English Regency antiques, carved oak furniture, Ferahan Oriental room-size rug, Bertoia, Eames, Saarinen, McGuire rattan furniture, Boehm, Royal Doulton, gold jewelry, sterling silver, Meissen porcelain, Arthur Kraft watercolors, antique copper ware and brass, Lennox Holiday, Eternal, and Winter Greetings sets, ca. 1800 Nove pottery lion figure, Imari porcelain, Staffordshire pottery, Bye-Lo baby dolls, Tiffany, Murano glass, antique fitted boxes, antique leather bound books, Huntley & Palmers biscuit tins, and much more.


The Fall Consignment Auction

This online only consignment auction featured sterling silver, Tiffany, high end contemporary rugs, Native American rugs, semi-antique oriental rugs, fine art, Lalique, Royal Doulton, quality antiques, and much more.


The Andrews Estate Auction

Cool mid century furniture and other items featured in this small estate auction. Paul McCobb, Charles Eames, Poulsen, Plycraft, and more.


The John Coultis Estate Auction

What an auction this was!!

John Coultis founded John Coultis Design in 1949 and the firm is still going strong today. John worked in the business for more than 60 years and during that time he collected outstanding antique furniture, mid-century modern furniture, architectural items, and all kinds of related items. We are honored to bring this collection to the market. John attended Missouri Military Academy and served our country before being accepted into the Parsons School of Design in New York. After graduating from Parsons he decided to come back to Wichita for a year. That year turned into 60, and during that time John worked on commercial, corporate and residential projects. Some of his more interesting projects were several private jets and multiple US Embassies around the globe including embassies in Italy, Germany, Ireland and Morocco.

Some of the highlights of the auction include more than 30 oil paintings (many by listed artists).

There are more than 75 architectural and garden antique lots.

The antique furniture is extremely diverse including a pair of Italian Grotto tete-a-tete, English and French Oak including Gothic pieces and cabinets with carved figures and busts, Italian carved and gilded tables, Baker furniture, a French Art Nouveau Vitrine, Biedermeier, Mission Oak and lots of chairs. A LOT OF CHAIRS!

Modern design lots include furniture by Finn Juhl, George Nelson, Edward Wormley, Charles Eames, Erwine and Estelle Laverne, Sergio Rodrigues, Edward Fields and others.


The Quality Hill Estate Auction

Furniture, decoratives, kitchen items, tools, rugs, lighting, electronics and more from an incredibly clean Quality Hill neighborhood home.


The Luxury Furnishings Downsizing Auction

A curated selection of fine antiques, high-end furniture and decoratives, rugs, and more from a distinguished Kansas City home.


The McGary Art Collection Auction

We were proud to bring the personal art collection of Jerre Pace McGary to auction. Jerre owned Expressions in Fine Art in Santa Fe for 16 years and then she owned Opus Arte Gallery in Brookside for 2 years. Jerre has now downsized and has chosen us to liquidate her personal collection. These are works that spoke to Jerre over the years and are mainly from her time in Santa Fe. All pieces were offered with no reserve. Artists included Antonio Arellanes, Zhang Wenxin, Ramona Mitchell, Armond Lara, Reagan Word, Oleg Stavrowsky, Jerome Gastaldi, Doug Coffin, and many more.


The Greenwood Terrace Remodeling Auction

Greenwood Terrace in Lenexa was undergoing a $700,000 renovation project and part of that means new furniture throughout all of the common areas. That means they needed to sell 100’s of pieces of furniture and related in one week’s time.
Hooker Furniture, Flexsteel, Broyhill, and others in good to excellent condition were available with NO RESERVES!


The June Consignment Auction

This auction featured fine art, including original Native American portraits by Frank Szasz, an original Bob Byerley painting, Richard Lindner lithographs, and more. There was also fine jewelry, furniture, over two dozen Oriental rugs, quality antiques, sterling silver, primitives, and toys.


The Moorman Estate Fine Art and Antiques Auction

This wonderful auction featured over a hundred pieces of art, including 19th century European drawings and paintings by noted artists. There was also an incredible French tapestry, glass, porcelain, furniture, rugs, lighting, and much, much more.


Spring Art and Antiques Auction

This auction featured over 100 pieces of art, including a portrait of Lewis Morris attributed to Rembrandt Peale, a large collection of Frank Szasz paintings, Bob Byerley originals, Robert Sudlow, a pencil signed Miro lithograph, and more. There’s also Native American jewelry, a Missouri Pacific Lines porcelain enamel sign, wrought iron patio furniture, sterling silver, antiques, and more.


The Hood Estate Auction

This incredible auction featured Tom of Finland’s “The Picnic For Morgan”, a drawing that had previously been recorded as a lost artwork. It sold for what we believe is an auction record for the artist! This estate was a treasure trove of Asian antiques, modern design, art, lighting, furniture, Hermes jewelry, French antiques, Baker furniture, rugs, pottery and porcelain, bronzes, and so much more!!


January Art and Antiques/Steve and Judy Ball Moving Auction

For the second time in just a few months we are honored and humbled to be asked to sell the collection of a long time colleague. I have known Steve and Judy Ball for more than 20 years and have always thought that I wanted to be like them when I grow up. Their knowledge of antiques, art, collectibles and decorative arts are only second to their willingness to share with a one time newbie like me.
Steve and Judy have sold their 4,000 square foot building and when that happens stuff needs to go! We sold more than 400 lots of artwork, furniture, folk art, decorative items and more. The list is really too long to detail here but one of my favorite groups of items in the auction is Steve’s collection of early Kansas City photographs. None of these have been for sale before.