Rita Naville Personal Property Online Auction
2:00 PM *
Monday, August 16
10% Buyer’s Premium added to the hammer bid price to determine the final purchase price.
Personal Property Terms
Payment by cash, check or credit card *
- Credit card accepted with a 3% convenience fee.
- Payment by check may be subject to a 10-day bank clearance for out of state and buyers unknown to the auction company.
- Shipping available at buyer’s expense.
Contact us for a private showing.
Condition report not provided. Please view detailed photos closely as they are part of the description.
- Tuesday, August 17, 2021
Schedule pick-up by appointment only. Curbside pick-up will be available for most items. Buyers are responsible for packing, loading, and moving all items purchased without assistance from the Harritt Group. Bring your own help and equipment to load your items.
Selling online the personal property of the late Rita Naville, a collection including two Joseph Krementz oil paintings and other local artists, Baldwin Orga-Sonic electric organ, jewelry, furniture, antiques & collectibles, home decor, housewares, electronics, outdoor garden & garage items.
Two (2) Joseph Krementz (1840-1928) oil on canvas paintings – a portrait and a landscape – in original frames signed and dated 1911. Mr. Krementz was born in Germany coming to the United States in 1851 and lived in New Albany, IN and Louisville, KY. He was a member of The Wonderland Way Art Club and was an accomplished portrait, landscape artist and photographer who exhibited with James L. Russell and the Speed Museum, Cecil Highley (1937-2016) signed Churchill Downs homestretch print on wood, William Hancock (1915-2003) historic New Albany Main Street prints, original Juanita Millea watercolor of western sunset with cowboy, Renaissance Fresco style portraits & hand colored engravings, Gary Engle B&W mill print, floral still lifes by Rusty and Fruhmesser landscape oil painting.
Baldwin Orga-Sonic electric organ, Model CT2, Serial 1874-LTP-B3.
JEWELRY, WATCHES & APPAREL
14K gold 30” rope religious pendant necklace, sterling silver basket pendant necklace, Swarovski earrings, sterling silver blue gemstone ring, gold plated pearl ring, vintage costume necklaces & bracelets, eight vintage ladies wrist watches, sterling silver Jack ‘o Lantern pendant, vintage costume rings on Waterford crystal ring holder and a collection of purses including vintage Coach purses.
Antique Victorian high back full size bed, antique Victorian glove box dresser with mirror, antique Victorian marble top three drawer chest, Milling Road Baker Furniture three door sideboard, antique round pedestal dining table, Henredon petite three drawer accent chest, Lambert Hitchcock decorated accent table, Eight Lambert Hitchcock painted & decorated dining chairs, Lambert Hitchcock painted & decorated windsor style chair, Drezel Wallace Nutting drop leaf end table, pair of upholstered club chair recliners, Flexsteel upholstered traditional sofa, maple media entertainment cabinet, Regency style cane & upholstered armchair, pair of vintage Conant Ball windsor style maple arm chairs, antique youth high chair, Danish modern mid-century walnut stand table, (2) retro Willett cherry chest of drawers, Victorian carved walnut side chair, Victorian carved walnut side chair, repurposed Victorian chair made into small round table, oak hanging plate rack, retro record stand table and small footstool.
ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES
Bruce Fox Viburnum leaf dish, Louisville Stoneware “Barbecue by Dad” oval serving platter, Norman Rockwell collector plates, antique milk glass lamp & Miller’s Vestal brass lamp, Emmett Kelly clown figurines and others, cast iron hot water heater stand and cast iron flat bottom kettle (drilled-used as a planter), hand stitched cutter quilts & child’s quilt, Kent & Watergate pocket knives, local advertising yardstick, meter stick and ruler, five hanging hand painted china ship theme plates and jardiniere planter on stand.
Antique Victorian painted & glazed ornate mirror, gold gilded oval mirror, circa 1800’s Vienna regulator wall clock by The Remember Clock Co., Sphinx Kharma three area rug collection, collection of vintage holiday & decorative figurines, vintage religious prints, framed prints, handmade motto print on wood, barometer, vintage frames, framed calligraphy, wood carved lawyer figurine, wood baskets, hand woven oriental area rug,
DYSON DC65 vacuum cleaner, Marquis crystal wine goblets, Pyrex baking & serving dishes, William Rogers Extra Plate flatware and other silverplate flatware, 40-piece Gibson dinnerware service for 8, Crate & Barrel 8-piece snack set, Ekco International dinnerware set, cast iron Wagner Ware chicken fryer & aluminum dutch oven, collection of DVDs, CDs & VHS tapes, collection of kitchen utensils & flatware, Calphalon ice bucket, pantry closet of glassware, collection of small kitchen appliances, Corningware dishes, pots, pans, roasting pan, service dishes, bakeware, collection of holiday decor, medical equipment including walkers and bedside commode, brass candlesticks, wood serving dishes, silverplate tray, IU hat, large collection of faux greenery and wreaths, closet of linens, collection of vintage local cookbooks, table & floor lamps and more.
JVC stereo system, telephones & radio alarm clocks, Vizio flat screen TV, Sony VHS player, Sony DVD player, (2) 13” Toshiba combination TV/VCR, cords, power massager, electric space heater in original box, antennas and a calculator.
OUTDOOR GARDEN & GARAGE
Vintage nylon strap folding chairs, molded plastic wicker chair and end table, wood display garage shelf, 4 ft. aluminum step ladder, 2-step kitchen ladder and a collection of household tools.
Lots will end 30 seconds apart.
To prevent bid sniping, last-minute bids will extend individual lots using our ‘soft-close’ functionality.
- If a bid is placed in the last 10 minutes, the lot will remain open for an additional 10 minutes.
- If any further bidding occurs, the extension timer will reset to 10 minutes.
- If no further bidding occurs, the lot closes when the timer runs out.
Place your max bid and let the system bid for you. In the event two bidders have placed identical max bids, the first bid received will be the successful bid.
I-265 to Charlestown Road Exit 4. South 1.7 miles to right on Lynnwood Drive to immediate left on Charlestown Station Court.