Native American artifacts from the Popp collection will be sold by Woody Auction, Sept. 7 in Wichita The single-owner lifetime collection of Richard and Linda Popp of Hutchinson, Kan. – collectors of Native American artifacts and antiques in other categories – will be sold Sept. 7th by Woody Auction.
watch is an original five-piece Copeland “Spodes Tower” lazy susan featuring four 14-inch sectional covered casserole dishes, which together make up the circular form around a 9 ½ inch covered two-handled tureen. The set, in red and white tones, is on a 20-inch-diameter wooden turntable.
Lamps worth noting are a Ripley pattern glass double kerosene wedding lamp with milk glass base, having a clear pattern glass font with center match holder that still has the original glass lid; and a figural metal Art Deco lamp with two unmarked Czechoslovakian orange mottled water basket shades set over lights, showing a nude woman wearing a yoke and carrying baskets.
The Sedgwick County Extension Center is located at 7001 West 21st Street in Wichita, on the corner of 21st Street and Ridge Road. For lodging, the Hawthorne Suites are about a half-mile north, on Ridge Road. For reservations, call (316) 729-5700. Absentee bids must be received by 12 noon on Sept. 5th. Bids may be fax’d (316-746-2145) or e-mailed (email@example.com).
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