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The Right Direction in Needham! Open to the Public, Saturday, 5/6 from 10-2!

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Here, There and Everywhere is often sited as Paul McCartney's finest love song, "knowing that love is to share" resonates with this collection; this Irish-American household traveled the world, collected everything from antique maps to Russian Icons to perks from their first class travels. Welcome to the Right Direction, go get lost, I mean go get shopping!
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC EVENT, Sat, 5/6, from 10-2
11 Concannon Circle, Needham, MA 02494

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Saturday, May 6 @ 10:00am -
Saturday, May 6 @ 2:00pm

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11 Concannon Circle, Needham, MA 02494

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Welcome to the Right Direction in Needham! It does not just give you a map, it forms bridges between here and there, and everywhere.

Featuring a worldly collection from Russian Icons, to Danish sterling silver and bone china, from the streets of Paris to the countryside of Ireland, all the way to Dubai, then back to the local auction, estate sale and antique store.

Join us for an OPEN TO THE PUBLIC SALE, one day only, Saturday, 5/6 from 10 AM to 2PM. 

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A collection of antique maps are our guide to Russian Icons, Royal Copenhagen bone china, Danish Sterling, and artists from every corner of the world.

Featuring a collection of antique maps, from the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries including: Dublin (Edward Weller, 1863), Denmark (Robert de Vaugond, 1750) and the great state of Massachusetts  (W. H. Gamble, 1890).

A collection of Russian icons featuring a museum quality 18th century piece: Icon of Pokrov, Intercession of the Mother of God, with silver riza, hallmarked Moscow 1789. Purchased at Ikonen Mautner in Vienna, Austria.

Fine bone china from Royal Copenhagen.

Two hundred and thirty piece set of Danish sterling flatware, circa 1920, by S.W. Sorensen in Rococo.

French luxury with Chanel featuring black leather and a white J12 women's watch.

And American history, a rare hand colored lithograph of a clean shaven Abraham Lincoln, the Republican Candidate for Sixteenth President of the United States, c 1860s.

Irish American staples including Waterford and Tipperary crystal to oil paintings of the peat bogs to electric kettles, if you don't know now you do, there is no finer convenience than hot water at the press of a button!

Crystal galore! Featuring Waterford, Tipperary, Tiffany and Swarovski.

Featuring Irish artists:

Padraig Lynch (Irish, born 1936) with a still life with peaches to the beaches of Seapoint Termonfeckin.

Gerald Marjoram (b, 1926) with his cloudy landscapes of the peat bogs.

Additional art from abroad:

Hans Kruuse (Danish, 1893-1964)

Sydney Yates Johnson (British)

Sweetheart Dulcinea by Salvador Dali, 1974

American artists:

Xavier J. Barile (1891-1981)

Frederick Montague Clarman (1894-1986)

Richard E Howard (American, 1912-1996)

And a charming mystery of a  maritime painting by T. Bailey. London-born salesman Morris Hambro immigrated to America in 1865. Around 1910, Hambro bought unsigned paintings from unsuspecting artists and sold them throughout New England, gaining a substantial profit. It's unknown who the T. Bailey artists are, but it's speculated that among the original painters are Max Berman, Sears Thompson, Mae Bennett Brown, Vivian Forsythe Porter, Melbourne C. Hardwick, William Frederick Paskell, and J. G. Cloudman.

Welcome to the route between two ideas that we did not know were prevously connected, yet bring us straight to Needham, MA!

Aditional finds:

A selection of antique furniture includes:

Flame Mahogany Breakfront Secretary Desk

19th Century European Biedermeier Wingback Armchair

Antique Empire Carved Mahogany Armchair with Figural Heads, circa 1840

Antique Double Pedestal Claw Foot Executive Desk

Pair of Chinese Porcelain Double Gourd Form Lamps

Modern kitchen appliances, including toasters, blenders, to two fridges and an a gas over.

A house full of affordable furniture including leather sofas, mahogany dining suite, end tables, bed side tables plus some rustic pieces and well traveled pieces.

A snow blower, lawn mower and Lloyd Flanders all weather wicker to get a head start on patio season.


Happy hunting,

Maggie and Jim

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