Our clients are selling a collection of Oriental collectibles and decor, mostly old new stock, from forty to fifty years ago, including porcelains, cloisonné, scroll art, soapstone carvings, urns, vases, figurines, dolls, garden seats, umbrella stands, flambe vases, tapestry, lamps, rice bowls, tea cups, embroidery art and more in like new condition through an on line auction.

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ESTATE & CONTENTS SALES
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Timothy Loughmiller
Estate Sales
Toronto, Ontario
416-875-9109

timothy@timothyestatesales.com
(Timothy Loughmiller Estate Sales is an independent, Canadian-owned, non-franchised service)

Oriental Sale Open Now

On Saturday, March 11th and on Sunday, March 12th, our client will be selling the entire contents of a Toronto area home.

This sale will include furniture, antiques, collectibles, artwork, carpets, china, linens, crystal, books, electronics, and much more.

Furniture to include living room sofas, chairs, tables and more, plus dining room tables with six chairs and matching buffet. Bedroom furniture to include dressers, nightstands, bed frames and beds and more.

Other furniture to include family room sofa, chairs, tables, and more.

Collectibles to include crockery, carnival glass, figurines, clocks and more.

Other items to include books, ephemera, LCD TV, DVD player, modular stereo, draperies, mens and ladies clothing, tools, wheelchair, Christmas decorations, and much more.

We are just beginning to prepare this sale.

​Please check back for additional details and photos.

Location and hours to be published on Thursday, March 9th.

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Estate Sales

Cloisonne, Jade, China & More 

Loughmiller

timothyestatesales.com

Timothy

Call 416-875-9109

Timothy Loughmiller Estate Sales provides the Greater Toronto Area with the most complete and comprehensive estate and contents sales services available, for the most affordable prices.​​

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