Inverary (Ontario, Canada) SELLER MANAGED Estate Sale Online Auction - Arthur Road

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6'10" tall. Mirror measures 19 1/2" by 15 1/2". Overall width of the coat rack is 28". Arm to arm is 33" across. Seat depth is 15".

Bed is as pictured. Foot board is detached at the moment and it shown in the third photo.

Solid. 41" long, 18" wide and 30" in height.

This decoy is 13 1/2" long and is numbered 2906 on the bottom.

Tin copper wire, silver back copper foil wire, sterling wire, silver solder, etc. See photos.

Stereo system with speakers.

Two arms, two legs and shoulder plate. See photos for size.

Matches larger one sold in previous auction. Made by Uncle Art.

Many sizes and colours. See pics.

Everything you need to begin making beads. See photos.

Nice big container of sea glass for jewelry making. See photos.

Small stoneware crock and wooden pestle.

This print is framed. The print itself measures 11x13.

See photos for titles.

Bags, tips, many items for decorating cakes. See photos.

Individually bagged. Ready for jewelry making. See photos.

Lots of different patterns. See photos.

This purse measures 11" wide and 7" tall. It can be carried on its own if you want a plain black purse, or outside shells can be snapped on to change the look in an instant.

Very few copies of this book are left. Contains vintage photos and history of Inverary and the surrounding area.

See photos for the contents of this lot.

20" long. See photos.

In box. Paid $149.95.

Box is approximately 4" by 6".

Individually bagged. Ready for jewelry making. See photos.

See pictures of what is included.

Individually bagged. Ready for jewelry making. See photos.

Includes set of instructions. In box. Some rust that can be cleaned off.

Pinchers, cutters, crimpers, etc. See photos.

See photos for all this lot contains.

One has markings on the back from the manufacturing company that are very difficult to read. See photo.

Sterling silver, gold plate, platinum plate, etc. See pictures.

See photos.

See photos for titles.

This painting is framed, and measures approximately 14x17. It signed by the artist.

In box, with tags. Fits 12-13 1/2" doll.

With sterling silver or 14K gold plated bales. Originally retailed for at least $20 each. Sheila Arthur has lived in Inverary, Ontario her entire life. She is a self taught artist with natural talent and has been honing her skills for as long as she can remember. Her creative flare for the unusual is evident in all of her artistic endeavours. She has made jewelry from nylons, bread dough, porcelain, paper, and precious stones. Her latest adventure involves designing unique and fascinating pieces of jewelry that are one of a kind. The new line of jewelry involves fusing glass using a kiln. Each piece is designed and handcrafted individually.

See photos.

These figurines are numbered and measure 8" tall. See photos. No damage.

28" long. Pendant is a magnifying glass.

Individually bagged. Ready for jewelry making. One stone is broken. See photos.

Pendant not included.

Very expensive glass to buy. Shades of blue and green. See photos.

See photos.

Glass beads. 28" long.

Individually bagged. Ready for jewelry making. See photos.

These pendants have sterling silver bales. Retailed for at least $20 each. Sheila Arthur has lived in Inverary, Ontario her entire life. She is a self taught artist with natural talent and has been honing her skills for as long as she can remember. Her creative flare for the unusual is evident in all of her artistic endeavours. She has made jewelry from nylons, bread dough, porcelain, paper, and precious stones. Her latest adventure involves designing unique and fascinating pieces of jewelry that are one of a kind. The new line of jewelry involves fusing glass using a kiln. Each piece is designed and handcrafted individually.

See photos.

Mostly glass and wood. See pics.

Plastic container and pattern book included.

The needlework on this purse was done by Beatrice McMillan and she had it made into a purse. This purse represents hours of labour!

Goose neck light, large spools of red thread, candles, fabric, etc. See photos.

This doll is in her original box with her basket for Grandma.

Lots of pieces, just need to be soldered.

One has a sterling silver bale, one has a 14K gold plated bale. Retailed for at least $20 each. Sheila Arthur has lived in Inverary, Ontario her entire life. She is a self taught artist with natural talent and has been honing her skills for as long as she can remember. Her creative flare for the unusual is evident in all of her artistic endeavours. She has made jewelry from nylons, bread dough, porcelain, paper, and precious stones. Her latest adventure involves designing unique and fascinating pieces of jewelry that are one of a kind. The new line of jewelry involves fusing glass using a kiln. Each piece is designed and handcrafted individually.

See photos.

Very expensive glass to buy. Clear and opalescent. See photos.

See photos for contents of lot.

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This little pumpkin lights up to look like a Jack-O-Lantern. No damage.

See photos.

This lot includes to pieces of flannelette with vintage "Cowboys and Indians", and several patterns.

This rope is approximately 1/4" in diameter.

66" tall, 24" deep, and 48" wide. Sturdy unit.

These are assorted pieces with sterling silver or 14k gold bales. See photos. Sheila Arthur has lived in Inverary, Ontario her entire life. She is a self taught artist with natural talent and has been honing her skills for as long as she can remember. Her creative flare for the unusual is evident in all of her artistic endeavours. She has made jewelry from nylons, bread dough, porcelain, paper, and precious stones. Her latest adventure involves designing unique and fascinating pieces of jewelry that are one of a kind. The new line of jewelry involves fusing glass using a kiln. Each piece is designed and handcrafted individually.

These are assorted pieces with sterling silver or 14k gold bales. See photos. Sheila Arthur has lived in Inverary, Ontario her entire life. She is a self taught artist with natural talent and has been honing her skills for as long as she can remember. Her creative flare for the unusual is evident in all of her artistic endeavours. She has made jewelry from nylons, bread dough, porcelain, paper, and precious stones. Her latest adventure involves designing unique and fascinating pieces of jewelry that are one of a kind. The new line of jewelry involves fusing glass using a kiln. Each piece is designed and handcrafted individually.

See photo for colour and size.

Very expensive glass to buy. Shades of blue and purple. See photos.

Very expensive glass to buy. Many patterns in this lot. See photos.

Retailed for at least $20 each. Sheila Arthur has lived in Inverary, Ontario her entire life. She is a self taught artist with natural talent and has been honing her skills for as long as she can remember. Her creative flare for the unusual is evident in all of her artistic endeavours. She has made jewelry from nylons, bread dough, porcelain, paper, and precious stones. Her latest adventure involves designing unique and fascinating pieces of jewelry that are one of a kind. The new line of jewelry involves fusing glass using a kiln. Each piece is designed and handcrafted individually.

The Rita MacNeil poster is signed and framed. It measures 19" x 28 1/2" in total. Comes with the four CDs that are pictured.

Diameter is 8". It is 10 1/2" tall. No cracks or breaks. Appears to be a court scene. See photos.

The Liz Claibourne and Diverso bags are real leather.

See photos.

No damage.

This doll is 14" tall, in her original box, with her little bowl of porridge.

With sterling silver or 14K gold plated bales. Originally retailed for at least $20 each. Sheila Arthur has lived in Inverary, Ontario her entire life. She is a self taught artist with natural talent and has been honing her skills for as long as she can remember. Her creative flare for the unusual is evident in all of her artistic endeavours. She has made jewelry from nylons, bread dough, porcelain, paper, and precious stones. Her latest adventure involves designing unique and fascinating pieces of jewelry that are one of a kind. The new line of jewelry involves fusing glass using a kiln. Each piece is designed and handcrafted individually.

With sterling silver or 14K gold plated bales. Originally retailed for at least $20 each. Sheila Arthur has lived in Inverary, Ontario her entire life. She is a self taught artist with natural talent and has been honing her skills for as long as she can remember. Her creative flare for the unusual is evident in all of her artistic endeavours. She has made jewelry from nylons, bread dough, porcelain, paper, and precious stones. Her latest adventure involves designing unique and fascinating pieces of jewelry that are one of a kind. The new line of jewelry involves fusing glass using a kiln. Each piece is designed and handcrafted individually.

Piano baby doll body with head and arm.

Very expensive glass to buy. Clear and black. See photos.

See photos.

This doll is 14" tall. She is in her original box and comes with her gardening supplies.

By Certified International. In original box.

In original box.

Lots of pieces, just need to be soldered.

With sterling silver or 14K gold plated bales. Originally retailed for at least $20 each. Sheila Arthur has lived in Inverary, Ontario her entire life. She is a self taught artist with natural talent and has been honing her skills for as long as she can remember. Her creative flare for the unusual is evident in all of her artistic endeavours. She has made jewelry from nylons, bread dough, porcelain, paper, and precious stones. Her latest adventure involves designing unique and fascinating pieces of jewelry that are one of a kind. The new line of jewelry involves fusing glass using a kiln. Each piece is designed and handcrafted individually.

One with a sterling silver bale, one with a 14k gold plated bale. Retailed for at least $20 each. Sheila Arthur has lived in Inverary, Ontario her entire life. She is a self taught artist with natural talent and has been honing her skills for as long as she can remember. Her creative flare for the unusual is evident in all of her artistic endeavours. She has made jewelry from nylons, bread dough, porcelain, paper, and precious stones. Her latest adventure involves designing unique and fascinating pieces of jewelry that are one of a kind. The new line of jewelry involves fusing glass using a kiln. Each piece is designed and handcrafted individually.

Both have sterling silver bales. Retailed for at least $20 each. Sheila Arthur has lived in Inverary, Ontario her entire life. She is a self taught artist with natural talent and has been honing her skills for as long as she can remember. Her creative flare for the unusual is evident in all of her artistic endeavours. She has made jewelry from nylons, bread dough, porcelain, paper, and precious stones. Her latest adventure involves designing unique and fascinating pieces of jewelry that are one of a kind. The new line of jewelry involves fusing glass using a kiln. Each piece is designed and handcrafted individually.

One with a sterling silver bale, one with a 14K gold plated bale. One with matching earrings. Retailed for at least $20 each. Sheila Arthur has lived in Inverary, Ontario her entire life. She is a self taught artist with natural talent and has been honing her skills for as long as she can remember. Her creative flare for the unusual is evident in all of her artistic endeavours. She has made jewelry from nylons, bread dough, porcelain, paper, and precious stones. Her latest adventure involves designing unique and fascinating pieces of jewelry that are one of a kind. The new line of jewelry involves fusing glass using a kiln. Each piece is designed and handcrafted individually.

Pendant with 14k gold bale has a necklace rope. The other two share a box and they have sterling silver bales. Retailed for at least $20 each. Sheila Arthur has lived in Inverary, Ontario her entire life. She is a self taught artist with natural talent and has been honing her skills for as long as she can remember. Her creative flare for the unusual is evident in all of her artistic endeavours. She has made jewelry from nylons, bread dough, porcelain, paper, and precious stones. Her latest adventure involves designing unique and fascinating pieces of jewelry that are one of a kind. The new line of jewelry involves fusing glass using a kiln. Each piece is designed and handcrafted individually.

Very expensive glass to buy. Shades of blue. See photos.

History of Inverary, Ontario and area, plus History of Frontenac County

Many different vintage patterns. Even bell bottoms! See photo.

This box has a mixture of children and adult patterns.

All you need is the cloth body. This doll is "Andrew". Lot includes head, shoulder plate, arms and legs. There is a crack in one leg. See photo.

See photo for size.

In original box. Box has some damage. See photos.

See photos for contents of this lot.

Pendant not included.

With sterling silver or 14K gold plated bales. Originally retailed for at least $20 each. (One is missing a bale) Sheila Arthur has lived in Inverary, Ontario her entire life. She is a self taught artist with natural talent and has been honing her skills for as long as she can remember. Her creative flare for the unusual is evident in all of her artistic endeavours. She has made jewelry from nylons, bread dough, porcelain, paper, and precious stones. Her latest adventure involves designing unique and fascinating pieces of jewelry that are one of a kind. The new line of jewelry involves fusing glass using a kiln. Each piece is designed and handcrafted individually.

One with a sterling silver bales. One includes earrings. Retailed for at least $20 each. Sheila Arthur has lived in Inverary, Ontario her entire life. She is a self taught artist with natural talent and has been honing her skills for as long as she can remember. Her creative flare for the unusual is evident in all of her artistic endeavours. She has made jewelry from nylons, bread dough, porcelain, paper, and precious stones. Her latest adventure involves designing unique and fascinating pieces of jewelry that are one of a kind. The new line of jewelry involves fusing glass using a kiln. Each piece is designed and handcrafted individually.


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