David K. Lohrentz Estate | Arts & Crafts Period Furniture, Antiques & Collectibles, Fine Art, Vintage Toys, Home Decor, Household Goods, & Much More!

Directions: State Line Road to Meadow Lake Terrace, East on Meadow Lake Terrace to Wyoming Street, South on Wyoming Street to Address. Watch for Signs!


Antique, Vintage & Modern Furniture

Early 1900’s “Empire Style” quarter-sawn oak buffet-nice; early 1920’s cast metal bridge floor lamp w/ Akro Agate glass elements & nude figural woman design-rare; MISSION/ARTS & CRAFTS STYLE: very nice grandfather clock, quarter-sawn dark oak bookcase, round quarter-sawn oak dining table & chair set, nice small quarter-sawn oak china cabinet-door needs repaired, unusual waste basket, dark quarter-sawn oak armchair, wicker desk w/ glass-top, large drop-front secretary desk-newer, table-top bookcase, armchair w/ upholstered seat, oak quilt rack-newer, unusual quarter-sawn oak library table, unusual quarter-sawn oak knee-hole desk, tall bookcase, several fern & plant stands; early immigrant’s trunks; 1940’s maple rocker & ottoman; early 1900’s quarter-sawn oak spring rocker; early 1920’s English Deco man’s double wardrobe-nice; 1920’s walnut chair w/ rush seat; unusual porcelain top folding work table; pair unusual mid-century “scoop” chairs-Paul McCobb designer?; pair mid-century Brandt “Ranch Oak” barstools; pair mid-century chrome “tractor seat” barstools-nice; assorted end tables; assorted foot stools; set of (4) newer swivel iron & upholstered barstools; unusual mid-century chrome floor lamp; painted dresser; painted bookshelf; mid-century Russell Woodard designer spun outdoor table; small ornate wrought-iron outdoor table; etc.



Collection of (7) different Frankoma pottery cowboy boots; large set mid-century Frankoma pottery dinnerware; collection of Frankoma pottery leaves; unusual Van Briggle pottery figural nude mermaid charger; several other pieces of Van Briggle pottery; art pottery-some Niloak; several pieces of art glass-some signed; “Jack in the Pulpit” glass vase; early bronze candlesticks; primitives; early stoneware bowls; Keen Kutter meat grinder; crocks; Monmouth 6 gal. crock; cast-iron dragonfly paperweight; set mid-century glass fish tumblers; assorted English Ironstone; sizable Dachshund dog collection; 1940’s tin-litho bread box; large lot clear Cambridge & Fostoria glass; hand-stitched quilts; old glass bottles; vintage hats; cast-iron ship doorstop; Nemadji pottery; vintage playing cards; oak watchmaker’s cabinet; nice handmade rug; pair Art Deco figural nude women bookends; cast metal stag statue; cast-iron Dachshund dog bank; cast-iron buffalo bank; set Waterford crystal stoppers; early Mission quarter-sawn oak mantle clock w/ slag glass inserts; several Mission wall clocks-some unusual; early Sessions oak wall clock; very nice Waltham ship’s clock; small Sessions art deco steeple clock; unusual early 1900’s oak mantle clock; several early “Tiffany-style” slag & stained glass table lamps; 1950’s cowboy table lamp; brass oil lamps; miscellaneous jewelry; vintage Leica wrist watch; 14K Bulova men's tank watch; cigarette case; Waltham gold-filled RR pocket watch w/ stand; few pocket knives; funeral home casket advertising bank-unusual; vintage cowboy boots-some cowhide & Western wear; & more!


Marc Chagall “Virgin with Fish” (#11 of 50) hand signed & framed lithograph-very nice; 1979 William J. Byrnes original framed nude painting; larger Birger Sandzen “Little Arkansas River” hand signed & framed lithograph; Birger Sandzen “Kansas Creek” hand signed & framed lithograph; Maurice Becker hand signed & framed print; unusual Hui-Chi Mau original painting, framed-very nice; framed “O’er Snow Cloud Pastures” etching by Joseph Farquharson; “Bayside Series” oil monotype print by Gillian Kemper; Jack Silverman signed & framed exhibition poster; framed Joan Miro exhibition poster; set of (4) early Asian framed prints; nice R. Atkinson Fox “bathing beauties” framed print; early lone wolf framed print; original art; lot 1940’s & earlier framed prints; early framed photos; & more!


Antique & Vintage Toys

Nice collection of antique & vintage toy sewing machines-some in org. boxes; child’s sad irons; Hubley station wagon; Arcade McCormick Deering cast-iron thresher; Marx tin-litho Glendale train station; early Matchbox Lesney vehicles; (2) Impy cars in org. boxes; cap guns; Arcade cast-iron race car-nice; Hubley tractor; Marx tin-litho wind-up tractors-nice; Tonka pressed steel: dump truck, log truck, pick-up truck, Jeep, etc.; & more!



Concrete Dachshund dog statue; few Cutco knives; large amount of books-many architecture related-some antique & vintage; coffee table books; few Playboy magazines; Drive wheelchair-like new; Weber BBQ grill; Pyrex; stainless steel pots & pans; kitchen wares & utensils; newer Samsung flat-panel TV; Sentry #1970 floor safe; Kirby “Generation 3” vacuum cleaner; Werner fiberglass folding ladder; (2) stainless steel “Metro” rolling racks; NIB Holmes heater; miscellaneous items; home decor; household goods; & much more!


Estate of David K. Lohrentz


Auctioneer’s Note: Mr. Lohrentz was a very well respected local architect for many years. This auction features a very nice collection of antiques, art, toys and Mission period furniture. We are pleased to represent the family with this nice estate auction. Make plans now to attend!

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