Estate Sale Set At Home Of Fred And Jane Lupton In Riverview

Friday, June 20, 2014
An estate sale is set this weekend at the home of Fred and Jane Lupton at 2562 Crestwood Dr..off Hixson Pike.

Mr. Lupton died recently.

The sale includes his tool and device collection.

The home has over 5,000 square feet.

Saturday, June 21, 9:00-400

Sunday, June 22,1:00-4:00

Monday, June 23, 10:00-2:00

 Furniture:  147 pcs.

The Gunn furniture stacking lawyer bookcase

Shelves with spindle supports and brass foot

Four panel louvered screen

Bookcase with metal legs

Globe Warnicke stacking lawyer book case

Vitrine Table with Oriental brass trim

Marble top tile back washstand

Antique barley twist center table

Wingback chair

Dark green tufted foot stool

Victorian side chair

Lift Lid display table

Side armchair

Antique small one drawer Library table

Oval marble walnut Victorian side table

Antique marble top ornate carved table

Traditional sofa with feather pillows And cushions

Mahogany leather inlaid end table

Set of three nesting tables

Singer featherweight sewing machine with carrying case and featherweight sewing table and accessories

Folding sewing table -rare

Mahogany slipper chair with Cane seat

Antique chest of drawers

King-sized bed with adjustable air controls

Small mahogany dropleaf table

Vintage metal shelves

Bookcase handmade In walnut

Small chest of drawers with ball foot

JVC stereo system in cabinet

Three metal roll around carts vintage

Metal patio table with marble top

Cherry stand with removable shelves

Expanded metal patio stool

A Weber grill with the propane tank glass/metal patio table with six chairs

Red smoker

Hard rock maple stool

Windsor style side chair

Antique Round wood stand

Bentwood arm chair

Antique toolbox

Pine coffee table

Antique plank bottom chair

Metal flower stand

Wood head/coat rack

Two painted white wood small tables

Wood small bookcase

Low table/desk and office chair

A pair of solid oak file cabinets two drawer each

Chest with rope handles and old hinges

Vintage shelves

Two sets of wood TV trays with holder

Antique oak desk

Pigeonhole wall display cabinet

Black metal bakers rack as is

Five metal file cabinets

White painted shelves

Antique oak flat file cabinet with key

Three vintage kitchen cabinets in various sizes

Antique oak pedestal clawfoot dining table with three leaves and six chairs

Two barstools

Frigidaire frost free white upright freezer

Frigidaire beige Refrigerator

White wood storage shelves

Wrought iron bench and two armchairs

Metal pedestal stand

Acorn stair lift

Oval drop leaf coffee table

Old wood trunk

Wooden easel with chalk board

Antique metal bath tub

Exercise equipment: Schwinn Air Dyne  bicycle, Performance Treadmill 365 SI

Small oak table

Hobart M. Cable piano with bench

Piano bench, piano stool with glass ball/metal foot

Century pine cupboard

Oak office chair, yellow roll around chair, mahogany side chair

Queen Anne style wing back chair

Wood porch rocker

Child's rush bottom wood rocker

Small white pedestal kitchen table

King size mattress/ box springs

2 cedar wardrobes

Antique chest of drawers with flame book matched drawers

Vintage dressing table with oval stool

Twisted spindles back side chair

Old store display with 274 small drawers

Wood toy chest

Antique oak storage stack with 6 drawers

2large wooden bookcases

 

Miscellaneous

Dresden from the late 1800s plates, bowls, candlesticks 

Limoges plates

Lots of silver hollowware and a little sterling

Many sets of crystal stemware

Large collection of Oriental items and cloisonné

Several decorative Mirrors table and floor lamps

Many table & floor lamps

Antique and vintage framed prints

Kitchen appliances, cookware, bakeware, utensils, cookbooks

Many antique books

Grow light, flowerpots,flower arrangement items

Few World War II items

Hand thrown pottery from Plum Nelly

Antique Christmas ornaments

Many picture frames

Brass items

Collection of bookends

Many tole painted large trays

Lots of music CDs

Political campaign posters buttons etc.

Selection of camera equipment

Metal animal trap 

roll around metal file

Reversed glass painting, Ray Harm framed prints

Selection of binoculars

many linens, tablecloths, sheets- king sets, towels, Napkins

Several oriental area rugs

Vintage hat collection, men's ties, Women's wigs, Small perfume bottles

Costume jewelry. 

Pocket knives

Italian pottery

Yard tools gardening items

Large back out of my driveway Mirror

Several wooden card tables and folding wooden chairs

Holiday decorations- vintage Halloween, Christmas

Luggage

Old sheet music

Cat figurines

Books on Chattanooga & Baylor

Glass pipes, small water heater, gas heater for a home, 2 Aluminum extension ladders

Toys-old Erector sets, Crokinole wooden board game, other vintage wooden board games, books, 

Man's world - huge collection of men's tools, etc.

Large selection of antique/vintage telephones

Masonry saw, grinder, drill press, craftsman vise, Craftsman table saw, signs, 

Craftsman wooden tool box- small

supplies galore- screws, electrician wire, regulators, etc.

We have so many items to sale that are not pictured or listed. 

 

Directions:

I-75 north, merge onto 153 north, just past the Tennessee River take the Lake Resort Dr. Exit, enter the next 2 roundabouts, exit onto N. Access Rd. go 1.7 miles, turn left on Hixson Pike, go 2.8 miles, turn right o Altamont Rd. turn right to 2562 Crestwood Dr. 37415

 

Please drive past the sale to park on Crestwood Dr in the dead end cul de sac, OR turn left on Crestwood Ave. to park.

 

If the bridge is closed use alternate route:

 

153 N to Amnicola Hwy, turn left at top of exit, use the C. B. Robinson bridge, turn left on 153 north, Hixson Pike south to Altamont to Crestwood Dr. Taking this route will only add 1.5 miles.

 

2562 Crestwood Dr. Chattanooga, TN 37415


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