Free Appraisal Day

Regency Auction House will be offering a Free Appraisal Day on July 14, from 12-4pm.
All are welcome to stop in with your antiques, artwork and collectibles and get an appraisal on your favorite items. We will offer this, free of charge. For more information, feel free to call or stop by.

Upcoming Auctions

We will be holding our next auctions on Thursday, June 29th AND Friday, the 30th, at 12 NOON. Doors will be open at 10 AM both days. There will also be a preview on Wednesday, June 28th, from 10am-6pm.

Thursday's auction will feature Mid-Century Modern items; including designers such as Milo Baughman, Russel Woodard, John Salterini, Bruno Mathsson, Vladamir Kagan, George Nelson, Paul McCobb, Hans Wegner, Edward Wormley, Arthur Umanoff, John Stuart, Herman Miller, Heywood Wakefield, Mastercraft, Weiman, American of Martinsville, Broyhill Brasilia, Knoll, Omni, Danish teak and more. There will be over 350 lots of furniture, rugs, pottery and lighting. We also have outdoor and iron furniture, Danish and American furniture, and much, much more.

Friday's Fine Art and Estate Sale will consist of over 300 lots of American, French and English furniture, as well as oil paintings, watercolors, etchings, decorated crocks, mechanical and still banks, oriental rugs, fine porcelain and china. We also will be offering a wide variety of designer bags and shoes, including Ferragamo, Fendi, Louis Vuitton and Coach.

Upcoming Auctions

Fine Art & Estate Auction
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Mid Century Modern Auction
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Recent Auction Highlights

Herman Miller Eames Chair and Ottoman – Signed

Paul McCobb Two Piece Sectional

Bugatti Child’s Car – Gas Powered

Antique Mahogany Highboy – Providence – c. 1780

19th Century French Nude – Oil on Canvas

Antique English Burled Secretary Desk

Six 19th Century German Portraits – Oil on Board

Nakashima Shoji Cabinet

Pair Milo Baughman Petite Swivel Chairs

Dunbar Chest with Tambour Sliding Doors
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