Judy Robinson

Appraisal and Estate Sale Services

713-301-1740 / 713-522-7509

Current Sale

Memorial Area


Saved for Summer’s End



Friday, August 26 - Sunday, August 28 9-5


The Moving Sale of Renowned Memorial Area Dr. and

his Wife, to include


Map Provided Below



Fine Art and Bronzes:

Original Paintings, Lithographs, and Prints:  Artists include: Basilios Poulos, Jim Dine: “Spray-Painted Robe”, lithograph; Luis Lopez Loza, Jean Cocteau, Tony Bass, 19th Century oil portrait of “Young girl at a Piano”, signed Zimmerman, 1835; Watercolor by Jacques Villon, “Elysus”; Etching by Max Pollak, “Mexico Market Day”; Bronze sculpture by Alberto de la Varga, “Couple”; Gouache, c. 1814, an illustration for “The Life of  Alexander the Great”, Gouache, 18th century, by Rajput, (Hindu); Limited edition bronze bust of a woman signed F. Heart dated1987; Bronze sculpture of children, “Crack the Whip” by Mark Hopkins; other listed artists: Elaine Badgley, John O’Neil, Geoffrey Lewis, David Mark, Edo Pratini, Tom Fricano, Gunnar Anderson, Robert Emory Johnson, John Silk Deckard.


Antique and Decorative Furniture:

Antique English mahogany eight-drawer highboy on Queen Anne legs, batwing pulls; Victorian music cabinet with 22 drawers behind solid cabinet door; Antique upholstered settle on cabriole legs, Empire mahogany drop-front secretary desk on bracket feet; Mid-Century Modern rattan and bamboo furniture- chairs, tables and sofa; Vintage wicker furniture: settee, chaise longue, end tables; Leather topped library table; Antique Scottish tall clock with brass face; Pair of matching English mahogany fern stands; English mahogany corner cabinet; English slant front mahogany desk; Gold leaf mirrors; American mantel/shelf clock with original glass door; Two English two-door mahogany armoires; Empire upholstered sofa; Sheraton style sofa with single bench cushion; American period side chairs with rush seats; Victorian marble top dresser with mirror and candle stands, three drawers; English mahogany four drawer slant front desk on bracket feet; English mahogany Empire chest of drawers with seven drawers; English Sheraton three drawer slant front desk; Antique American walnut cradle; Unusual Victorian vanity with three oval folding mirrors.



Handmade antique Persian rugs, room and area sizes;


Sterling Silver and Silverplate

  Holloware and flatware; Coin silver spoons; Royal Copenhagen Christmas spoons, vermeil over sterling.


Crystal and Glassware:

Large and important pieces of Lalique:“Luxembourg” bowl, “Chrysalide” vase, “Mossi” vase, “Ingor” caviar server, “Lion Family” figures, Scarce “Tigres” vase, “Chrysis” hood ornament, “Cote d’Or 150th anniversary platter, Turtle with amber colored shell, “Copellia” covered trinket box; Baccarat: “Aphrodite” figure, Decanter with gilt decoration, “Diva” vase, “Architectural” vase, Eagle figure;    Daum: Eagle figure with amber colored head, “Marly” bowl; Steuben: acid cut green table lamp, Eagle figure on an orb, Otter figure; American Brilliant Cut Glass; Mary Gregory; M. Missary Paris Moroccan tea shot glasses; Lobmeyr steins; Chinese Peking vases; “Aphrodite” figure, Heisey etched goblets and plates.



American and English Pottery:

 Native American black glazed pottery signed Santana/Adam; Moorcroft; Redwing; Pair of Early Royal Doulton cachepots; McCoy.


Fine China:

  Villeroy and Boch set of four chargers “Les Jardins de France”; Royal Worcester; Coalport; Syracuse China, Victoria Moss Rose pattern dinner service, 77 pc.; Spode.


Ladies’ Wardrobe and Accessories:

 Louis Vuitton “Ellipse” purse; L.V. train case; Chanel quilted black purse and wallet; Judith Leiber purses; Iraj Moini purse; Ferragamo evening purses; St John suit, jackets and blazers; Elsa Peretti woven sterling evening bag from Tiffany; Escada suit; Burberry quilted jacket; Designer shoes from Chanel, Stuart Weitzman, Escada and Ferragamo; Designer hats; Gray mink jacket; White fox jacket; Many other couture designs too numerous to list.


Gent’s Wardrobe and Accessories:

 Naval winter and summer uniforms from WWII, including beret; Burberrys’ Men’s Bally; New dress shirts; Silk ties; Hunting clothes.


Special Attractions:

 Republic of Texas paper money; Railroad Memorabilia:  Santa Fe Railroad original switch marker lantern, unrestored; Original locomotive steam engine bell, made by Howard; Stained glass window from train depot; Shelf clock from Southern Calendar Clock Co., with walnut case, three turn dials, and a strike movement; Set of Royal Copenhagen sterling Christmas spoons; Coin silver spoons; Confederate paper money; Signed Man Ray posters; Collection of Texas Wildlife prints with signed stamps by Cowan, Moss, Bateman, and Carlson among others; Signed movie poster, “Napoleon” by Zoetrope Studio; Painted Kosta Boda sculpture signed by artist Ulrica H. Vallien; Nolan Ryan signed baseball; Earl Campbell signed football; Moorcroft double handled bowl; Men’s Western boots and fur felt western hats; Small Native American totems, app. 18 inches; Native American black glazed pottery bowl, signed Santana/Adam (son of Maria Martinez); Two large jade and hard stone trees, one fruit bearing; Antique mantel clock, works signed by Tiffany; Large Waterford crystal lamp.


Christmas in August:

six Completely Decorated Theme Trees! LLadro figurines, including: “Litter of Love”, “Littlest Clown”, and others;


Fine Jewelry:

Fine jewelry and time piec

es too numerous to mention.


Added Attractions:

Baccarat champagne goblets, highball glasses, and old fashioneds; Men’s hunting accessories: duck and goose calls, pocket and hunting knives; Collection of small to mid-size music boxes; Vintage loisonné from 1950s-1960s; Rare Twenty-inch Amethyst Geode. Mid-century Modern Dunbar desk; Two banquet tables;




Cash, checks and credit cards with proper ID

No credit cards will be taken under $200


Police on Duty at all times; All Sales As Is; All Sales Final

No Silver or Jewelry on premises until day of Sale



Please Note

A change in our policies:

We can no longer provide free, unlimited materials or labor for you to package your

purchases.  If you do not bring your own help or materials, they will be available for a reasonable fee.





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