Type : Online Auction By Kevin Burchett, Auctioneer

: Jul 19, 2021 03:00 AM

: Jul 25, 2021 08:00 PM

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Eastern Ohio Glass Collection offering a variety of antique and elegant glassware. Bulk Prisms, Stoppers, Banquet Items and Cordial Hostess Items. 

Home makers and hostesses from the 1930s and 40's were very aware that there was an assigned piece of crystal for every task in a dinning room. Knowing the correct name and purpose for each was a way to display proper etiquette while entertaining. 

Those same purposes and names are just some of the neccesary facts required to be a successful glass collector!

So I ask, is that a Nappy or a Compote? Is this a Spooner or a Celery? A Relish or a Candy? A Cordial or a Liqueur? Is it a Toothpick Holder, Cigarette Box, Card Box, Sugar Cube or a Place Holder? Is it called a Salt Dip or Salt Cellar? Where does my butter go and why does my dinner knife need a Rest? Do you share my fear of serving fancy cashews in an etched crystal Bridge Ashtray? How humiliating!

Don't look here for answers to these quandries. I still need work on keeping my elbows off the table and my paper towel on my lap.

Oh great, what is this object.., a Lemon Dish? I give up! I need a nappy!  

This auction has an 11% Buyers Premium.

AUCTION STARTS ENDING: 
SUNDAY July 25th, at 9pm. Selling two (2) items in the first second of every 1 minute.

AUCTION PICK-UP: 7500 E Main Street Reynoldsburg. MONDAY July 26th, 3pm-6pm. 'Pay & Delay' is only available if paid Thursday during the pick up.

PREVIEW: By appointment please.

LICENSED AUCTIONEER: 
Kevin Burchett, (text for the fastest response please) 614-866-8668.

SALES TAX: Will be collected at this auction.

TERMS OF PAYMENT: CASH is preferred or CREDIT CARDS with a 3.5% user fee added. NO CHECKS.

PAY & DELAY: A $5.00 charge per invoice. Pay by phone (on Pick Up day) and pick-up within the following 2 weeks by appointment only at 7498 E. Main St Reynoldsburg 43068.

BREAD BOX: See Pay & Delay. 

SHIPPING: Not available. 

'EXTENDED ITEMS': Bids received in the final 5 minutes of that items 'countdown clock'  will "extend" the items ending by 5 minutes. Other items will continue to end. This can go on for a long time. OTHER ITEMS CONTINUE ENDING AS SCHEDULED.

IMPORTANT TERMS & FAQ's

BRING WITH YOU: Please bring packing material and boxes that you may need. Please bring assistance to move heavy items to your vehicle and any tools for dismantling.

"I DIDN'T GET AN INVOICE": Invoices are sent usually within a few hours of the auction closing. In rare occasions bidders may receive them by 9am the following day. 

NOTE: It is incumbent upon you to locate your invoice, find the location, or contact us prior to the end of the auction pick up time, in order to retain your bidding privileges. A copy of the invoice will be available at the Pick-Up location.

LOSS OF BIDDING PRIVILEGES: If you have failed to pay for an item, or failed to timely pick-up items, your bidding privileges have been revoked. If acceptable to Gary Grizzle, your privileges may be restored by, (1) paying for the item or repaying for the loss of revenue due to the items not having been sold AND (2) placing a credit card number on permanent file whereby future purchases will automatically be charged.

BREAD BOX DEFINITION AND FEES: A fee of $5 Dollars can be assessed to your invoice for each 'Bread Box' sized item or group of items that may be brought back to our warehouse in Reynoldsburg Ohio. This fee is estimated by the size of the old standard of measure, a 'bread box'. Larger items are impossible, but if it will fit into a 'bread box or smaller, or at least in a front seat of a car (multiple bread box's,) we can bring it back with us (pick-up by appointment). The size/cost estimate is in the opinion of the Auction Manager. The actual size of a bread Box is 16" x 10" x 7", but it is up to our opinion to gauge the size of your purchase. Examples; (How many 'bread boxes' is a large lamp?) maybe two ($10). A watch, a purse, 3 rings, 3 fishing lures and a contractors hard hat? All together, its only one breadbox ($5). If we agree to transport a slightly larger item, the fee would be multiplied by how many bread boxes would fit into that item (or vise-verse).