Cool Historic Arkansas Furniture and More up for Auction in June
If you love history then here is your chance to actually own a piece of history. The Historic Washington Foundation will be having an auction and a lot of historic pieces of furniture and artifacts will be up for bidding.
These items have been stored in the Livery Stable in Washington Arkansas. You might be wondering if these are historic pieces why are they selling them?
The president of the Historic Washington Foundation, Missy MsSwain explained in a press release;
The Livery Stable
“is filled to capacity with furniture and other artifacts that the Foundation is unable to use, either because the items are not within the Foundation’s period of significance or because the Foundation does not have a use for them. Many beautiful and fascinating items will be sold.”
The money raised will go to helping preserve the historic properties that the foundation owns.
There will be some amazing pieces up for auction like 1871 to early 1900s armoires and Empire furniture and a hand-painted Cottage style five piece bedroom suite
There will also be what they are calling Arkansas-made primitive items; like an Empire chest; a Victorian bedroom suite, church pews; spool cabinets; harnesses; pulpits; metal signs; wooden boxes with advertising.
A Steinway square grand piano will be in the auction too, plus a side saddle, WWII gun cases, mirrors vintage clothing and more. You can take a look at all the items up for auction online HERE.
The auction will take place in the Art Barn at Hope’s Fair Park in Hope Arkansas on June 10 starting at 9 AM. The Art Barn is located next to the Coliseum in Fair Park at 800 S. Mockingbird, Hope, Ark. This will be a cash-only event.
LOOK: Famous Historic Homes in Every State
LOOK: Stunning, historic hotels from every state and the stories behind them