Join us at the historic Alain Locke House. Mr. Locke, the Dean of the Harlem Renaissance, was the first American Black man to receive a Rhodes Scholarship in 1907. This two-day sale in Logan Circle, NW is an English basement apartment (street entrance) containing eclectic artwork, decor and furnishings.
Collection of Herodian oil lamps. Red lacquer settee with black moire upholstery. Louis XV style arm chair in black hide. 1970s Chapman “brass fist” floor lamp. Under-the-counter wine cooler. Mini refrigerator. Tribal blankets/rugs. Office size standing copying machine and supplies. Weight bench. Stationary Lamond training bike, free weights, Teeter inversion table. Two unisex Japanese silk jackets made from vintage kimonos. Denby Pottery flatware.
Jim Thompson Thai silk pillows covers. Simon Pearce glasses. Household items.