Williston Auctioneer Receives a Warm Welcome from Crystal River 17 Year Auction Veteran Col Joel Kulcsar of Williston brings a new twist to Charles Fudge's Antique Auction Gallery in Crystal River. Fudge's Auction Gallery, Professional Appraisers & Liquidators, L
News-Antique.com - Sep 01,2009 - Williston Auctioneer Receives a Warm Welcome from Crystal River
17 Year Auction Veteran Col Joel Kulcsar of Williston brings a new twist to Charles Fudge's Antique Auction Gallery in Crystal River. Fudge's Auction Gallery, Professional Appraisers & Liquidators, LLC, is enthusiastic about the alliance with Kulscar whch will bring Bi-Monthly Monday Night Estate Auctions to the Fine Art and High-End Antique Gallery's repertoire.
Crystal River, FL September 1, 2009 - Professional Appraisers & Liquidators Auction Gallery in Crystal River is mixing it up a bit this fall. Charles Fudge, auctioneer for nearly 4 decades, the majority of which have been in Citrus County, Florida, has always been recognized for auctioning the creme de la creme. Items typically found at his antique auctions range from Tiffany Lamps and Sterling Silver, 18th & 19th Century Paintings by listed artists, Gold & Diamond Jewelry, Gold Coins, Art Glass & Crystal by famous makers to collectible figurines by Lladro, Royal Doulton & Hummel. Joel Kulscar, of Wiliston, has been conducting Estate Auctions for over 17 years. Those attending an auction conducted by Joel have been likely to find a smorgasbord ranging from quality antiques to appliances or even dishes and pots and pans. The two auctioneers have recently formed a strategic relationship to bring a greater variety of merchandise across the auction block in Crystal River. This will enable each of the auctioneers to reach a broader audience.
Starting September 7th, the two auctioneers will meld their unique styles, on the first and third Mondays of each month, offering a wide variety of merchandisee to auction enthusiasts from near and far. Estate Auctions typically offer a variety of items -- everything found in a home that the firm has liquidated. Antique items and designer furniture are auctioned individually and items such as pots and pans are combined into "box lots".
There are few limitations as to what is offered in an estate auction. Says owner, Charles Fudge, "The best way to explain an estate auction is this: Imagine everything in your grandmother's house -- everything from her Antique Furniture and Sterling Silver to her blender. Now add your aunt's home, and your next door neighbor's, who is moving back Up North. Picture the contents of those 3 homes all offered for sale over the course of 4 or 5 hours, and that will gives you a pretty good picture of an estate auction." The suprises are endless. Items that have found their way into estate auctions can even include automobiles, boats, and airplanes. There are no boundaries as to what can be offered under the umbrella of the term "estate sale".
Clientelle expected to attend the Monday night auctions will be as varied as the items themselves. Antique enthusiasts will come, looking for that special piece to add to their collection. Antique Dealers will be looking for a bargain that can turn a profit for them in these hard times. Flea Market Vendors will have their eye out for large groups of items, known