I am so bad when it comes to auctions. They are so fun, but sometimes I tend to get a little competitive. It is all well though, it goes to benefit PBS television.
Anyhoo, here are the items I won. I will not post the prices, in case my husband comes across this. ;)
#234 Amber Glass Lamp
Value: $80 Period of Piece: 1940s
Description: This large lamp features an amber glass body with a copper base. The top of the lamp has a decorative silver neck. The lamp, including the pleated shade, stands 35" high and is 11" wide. A nice lamp for the family room or camp!
#107 Silver Plated Serving Pieces
Value: $170 Period of Piece: 1930 - 1950
Description: Dress up your favorite table with these 11 silver plated pieces. You'll enjoy trays, bowls, platters, a teapot, gravy boat, and more from Oneida, Reedy Barton, William Rogers and Gorham.
#113 1918 Victrola Machine
Value: $100 Period of Piece: 1918
Description: Dress up your family room with this antique Victrola Victor Talking Machine made in 1918. It does not work - it may be just perfect for parts or just for show! There is a plate inside that reads Charles M. Tait, "Everything Musical." Gouverneur, New York.
#128 Hall Wardrobe
Value: $650 Period of Piece: 1850s
Description: This stunning hall wardrobe is from Middlesex, England. It is made of oak and features bun feet, its original finish and hardware. The doors are paneled and the trim is hand-carved, Chamford style. Perfect for linens and towels, or perhaps you could make it into a television stand in the bedroom. It's 16" deep, 74" high, and 34" high. The inside features three shelves and a mirror on the door.