Estate Sales By Allen is a professional, full-service Estate Sale
company located in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on historic Route 66. We conduct expert Appraisals,
Consignments, Estate Sales, Estate Buy-Outs, Estate Liquidations, Moving Sales,
Tag Sales and Downsizing Sales. At Estate Sales by Allen, we pride ourselves on
our stellar reputation, excellent customer service, and client satisfaction. A trusted
and reliable name for over 30 years, Estate Sales by Allen has conducted hundreds
of Estate Sales in Tulsa and its surrounding areas. Allen is joined by an informed,
helpful and qualified team! Allen himself is there from start to finish, ensuring
each sale is handled with care and his expertise. Estate Sales by Allen is an award-winning member
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1717 S. Baltimore
Tulsa, OK 74119
Final Day! Everything Must Go!
Tuesday, June 23
10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
We are honored and thrilled to be conducting the personal office and private warehouse sale for John Brooks Walton. An author, artist, and architect, Walton is one of Oklahoma's most celebrated sons, having published many revered books on Tulsa, Tulsa's Historic Homes, Ponca City, etc.
Here’s a sample of what's in this wonderful sale:
Art, sculpture, and books by John Brooks Walton; items from the Tulsa Skelly Mansion which include tall-case clock, andirons, hand-crafted ironworks, mantle, wicker commodes, camel-back sofa, Arts & Crafts Art Nouveau mantle, Arts & Crafts wardrobe, Ruthie Armstrong painting on plexiglass, coat rack, and architectural pieces; Frank Lloyd Wright designer columns from entrance to his Oak Park, IL studio; Rosalind Cook signed sculpture; sepulcher from St. John the Baptist Church in Chester, England; Tiffany "Zodiac" desk set and candlesticks; lamps including Handel, signed Bradley & Hubbard, reversed-painted lamps, Tiffany-style lamps, carriage lamp; Hunt desk; brass and wood telescope; copper weathervanes; corner chairs; small, primitive chest, architectural spires from Tulsa's Trinity Episcopal Church; drop-leaf writing desk; silverplate; large monk collection; Steiff; vintage smoking stand/lamp; country French buffet/console; vintage sconces; birdcage collection; English fireplace fender; baby dish collection; pottery; prisms; salesman sample drop-leaf table; Art Deco items; Berkey & Gay ball-and-claw highboy; trampe art; an array of stained glass doors and windows; numerous chairs; light fixtures; two Asian cabinets with sliding doors and drawers; Empire loveseat; mirrors; Art Nouveau armoire; oak table; campaign-style chest; spires; finials; English screen with stained glass; two signed P.S. Gordons; panel from Tulsa's historic Ritz Theatre; large collection of paperwork and pictures; English refractory table; glassware; lateral files; trunks; misc. hardware; stoves; frames; pediments; sleds; chandeliers; 2 large, glass bottles with wire holders; decorative iron; salvaged architectural pieces from downtown Tulsa buildings; misc. fabrics; vintage galvanized ship lanterns; pedestals; heart-shaped twig table with three chairs; plus much, MUCH more!
We’re in the Tulsa World: What a fantastic article in Sunday’s Tulsa World about John Walton’s lifelong love of collecting and creating.
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Check out John, and his story, from Wednesday’s (6/10) News on 6 broadcast with Rick Wells:
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