LIST OF ITEMS: Steuben Figurines, Cut Glass Collection, Pair of Ruby Glass Victorian Lusters, Haviland China, Fostoria Azure Collection, Stained Glass Windows, Three Horn Epergne, Antique: French Inlaid Bedroom Suite (Full Bed, Chest & Mirror, Dresser & Mirror)/Marble Top Chest/Pair of Inlaid Nightstands/Vanity/Empire Settee, Vintage Mahogany Bedroom Suite, French Style Chair, Vintage Office Chair, Basset Cherry Sideboard, Drexel Sideboard & Server, Display Cabinets, Dining Table and Chairs, Assorted Prints, Leather Handbags-Gucci Included, Art Glass, Old Wooden Horse, Mirrors, Ladies Clothing/Scarves/belts (size 2-6), Lamp Tables, Figurine Collection (Royal Doulton, Antebellum), Art Deco Lamps, Flower Frogs, and so Much More!
Directions: From Nashville, take I-65 S toward Brentwood.
Take exit 71 for Concord Rd then turn left onto Heritage Way.
Take a slight right onto Putnam Lane then take the 1st
right onto Mint Springs Cir. The sale is at 107.
List of Items: Sofas, Glass Top Coffee Table, 2 Dining Room Tables and Chairs, China Cabinet, Wingback Chairs, Lamps, Decorative Pillows, Jewelry Chest, Armoire, Nightstands, Dresser, Art Prints, Luggage, Console Table, Rocking Chairs, Records and Record Player, Side Tables, Rattan Furniture, Ottoman, Grandfather Clock, Linens, Shelving Units, Glassware, Kitchen Items, Roll Top Desk, File Cabinets, Clothing, Curio Cabinets, Mirrors, Jewelry, Weed Eaters, Hand Tools, Deep Freezer, Brass Bed, Bar Stools, Cane Back Chairs, Office Equipment, Dishes, Vintage Hairdryer Chairs, Club Chairs, 4 Poster Bed, Rugs, Tons of Garage Items, Home Decor, Accessories and Much More!
Thursday, March 29, 9:30am until 8pm, with refreshments served from 4-8pm, Friday from 9:30am-4:30pm, and Saturday 9:30am– 4:30pm. There are several parking options on 3rd avenue north.
Berenice Denton Estate Sales presents a rare opportunity to visit a historic Nashville site, the original Federal Reserve Building at 226 Third Avenue North on March 29, 30, and March 31. Built in 1921, the building features classic architecture and historical elements of the former occupants such as the bank vault that retains the scent of the millions of dollars that had been stored there. Berenice is excited that the Federal Reserve will be open to the public during this extensive estate sale featuring fine furniture, upscale office furnishings, original art by national and regional artists, including local artist Todd Green (for more on Mr. Green and his art visit his website at jtgreene.com) political memorabilia, and a vast music collection and library.
Native Nashvillians may remember the Federal Reserve Building’s prominent place in what was once known as the “Wall Street of the South”, now the building is recognized on the National Historic Register. The building features Iconic columns supporting a massive classical pediment and was used until the new four-story Federal Reserve Reserve building was constructed in 1956. History buffs and families will enjoy perusing the estate offerings amidst the open space that was converted from the Fed to a private vault for Nashville’s ultra rich and now a palatial private residence.
50 Years Accumulation of Beautiful antiques, art, and decor! Not to be missed!
Pictures Coming Soon!