Living Estate of Geneva Bell | Unique Furniture, Collectibles, Fine Jewelry, Yard Art, Tools, Major Appliances, Home Decor, Household Goods, & Much More!

Directions: 435 to E. Gregory Blvd., East on E. Gregory Blvd. to Manchester Avenue, South on Manchester Avenue to Address. Watch for Signs!




Antique, Vintage & Modern Furniture

Extremely ornate, designer Kimball “Rococo” style, tufted-back parlor sofa, matching settee & armchair-1950’s; “Manual Arts Furniture Co.” oak piano bench-1940’s; “Country French” style mahogany knee-hole desk; round French Provincial painted side table; impressive, extremely ornate “Rococo” style painted dining room suite set-double pedestal table w/ (6) chairs & matching lighted china cabinet; very nice Italian marquetry drop-leaf tea cart; iron baker’s rack; huge, extremely ornate, Pol Rey designer “Rococo” style painted bedroom suite set (over $10,000 new)-armoire, (2) nightstands, & dresser w/ mirror; oak bachelor’s chest; oak, lighted headboard unit; 1960’s Drexel French Provincial bedroom suite set-pair huge 3-drawer nightstands, armoire & dresser w/ tri-fold mirror; smokestand w/ copper lining-1940’s; boho “peacock” chair; heavy painted concrete black panther coffee table w/ glass top; mid-century, 1957 designer Herman Miller “Eames” molded fiberglass armchair-early Zenith production model; several ornate figural chalkware stands; small wrought-iron wine rack w/ painted tile top; pair, ornate iron & glass round end tables & matching coffee table; several nice sets of ornate iron barstools; nice, modern leather sofa & matching loveseat; huge Michael Amini “AICO” modular entertainment center; oak bar unit-good size; early 1920’s sewing rocker-dark oak; early 1900’s walnut rocking chair; plaster column end table w/ glass top; iron glass-top dining table & (4) chairs; huge, vintage cedar armoire; etc.



Harrington & Richardson “Topper” model #48 12ga; Wards Western Field “14M 491A” .22, bolt- action

Note: All firearms held off-site until auction day



Good assortment of gold, diamond, sterling silver & vintage costume jewelry; scrap gold (note: all jewelry held off-site until auction day); nice collection of Italian capodimonte porcelain pieces-several “monumental” pieces including wishing well, large ewers & urns, figural groups, (2) fountains, etc.; Italian gilt tole metal floral wall sconce; assorted ornate porcelain figurines & wall plaques; cast-iron calderon w/ stand-no cracks; anniversary clocks; Pony Express spittoon; cast metal ladies boot match holder; ornately carved book stand; French Provincial “princess” rotary-dial phone; green depression glass juicer; art glass floral bottle stoppers in case; several ornate magnifying glasses; (2) large sets of gold-plated flatware; Ruby red glass stemware; huge set of Mikasa china; glassware; crystal; many knick-knacks; hand-painted, miniature tea sets; stemware; set of bone china; hand-tooled leather horse saddle purse; huge amount of vintage ladies clothing & accessories; ornate silk wedding kimono; pink depression glass perfume set; Coleman kerosene lantern; metal 1940’s Pepsi bottle carrier w/ glass soda bottles; several pieces Murano glass; many figurines; Black Americana collectibles-many figurines; large porcelain Koi fish statue; Barbel slot machine; mid-century sofa-length cityscape textile print; several, mid-century Curtis Jere metal wall hangings; early National washboard; Shaffer’s fountain dip pen w/ 14K nib; match safe; Fenton pink hobnail glass shoe; silver plated dresser set; large tapestry; & much more!



Wrought-iron arbor; concrete squirrel statue; large concrete deer statue; large concrete planter; vintage wrought-iron plant stand; large, decorative metal arbor; planters & pots; miscellaneous yard art; Kenmore side by side refrigerator w/ icemaker; Kenmore deep freezer; chest freezer; several mini-refrigerators; sizable set of Raymond Waites “Pompei” dinnerware; vintage electronics; vinyl records; cassette tapes; Craftsman self-propelled lawn mower; much kitchenware; Pyrex; Corning Ware; Butterball electric turkey fryer; Brinkman propane turkey fryer; nice wheelbarrow; wooden folding ladder; many 8ft. wooden folding tables; metal utility shelving-some “Metro;” lot folding chairs; Yard Machines 31cc gas-powered tiller; gas cans; Scotts spreader; luggage-some vintage; golf clubs; electronics; fishing rods & reels-some saltwater; NIB Kenmore 4-slice toaster; much home decor; assorted hand, power & yard tools; hardware; NIB items; some catering equipment; folding COSCO step-stool; chemicals; folding shopping cart; NIB glass chess set; CDs; vintage commercial beauty salon equipment; oak quilt rack; linens; Bissel carpet shampooer; brand new outdoor furniture; nice outdoor bar; barwares; several brass fireplace sets; brass umbrella holder; household goods; & much more!



Auctioneer’s Note: Mrs. Bell was very well-known in Raytown and the surrounding communities as she spent many years working at GM and as a professional hairdresser. Mrs. Bell also traveled the world and was close friends with many local blues musicians. Mrs. Bell has since moved to a care facility, thus the need for an auction. This auction has excellent quality and variety-we are honored to have been selected by the family to conduct this auction!

Living Estate of Geneva Bell

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