Leland Little

Leland Little Auction & Estate Sales is a North Carolina Auction Company located in Hillsborough, NC. They specialize in auctioning estates and collections of various categories including: furniture, fine wine, collectible cars, militaria, silver, fine art, Asian art, pottery, porcelain, jewellery and coins.

Their services include apart from auctioning; professional appraisals, real estate consultation on sales and estate liquidation on-site or at their gallery and full personal property appraisal services.

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From Tool to Accessory to Art
In one sense, canes are as old as wood itself. As long as there have been sticks man has been using them as a tool for support or as a symbol of class. But what do you actually know about canes? Let’s find out.
A Table Worthy of Emily Post
Delicate silverware, stunning plates and intricate glasses are some of the ingredients to achieve the perfect formal dinner. In the North Carolina auction house Leland Little’s upcoming auction, you’ll be able to find everything you need – including tips about etiquette.
Massive Chinese scroll, $72,500, Bruneau & Co. Aucrtioneers, Cranston, R.I.
Rare Dorflinger ewer, $75,000, Woody Auction
Chinese censer, map of Chicago (pre-fire), artworks by On Kawara, Howell and Bierstadt

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Sterling Silver Bud Vase
Sterling Silver Bud Vase\nlikely late 19th century, oviform spool top, bird and berry vine handles, turned shaft with circular molded base, marked "English Sterling" and numbered 276. 7.25 in. 4.65 troy oz. Fair condition; damaged. Leland Little
Collection of Harper's Weekly Periodicals
Collection of Harper's Weekly Periodicals\nto include five (5) Civil War engravings showing actions at Fort Macon and Roanoke Island in Eastern North Carolina, these with hand coloring; plus approximately (25) issues variously dating between the Civil War and the Gilded Age. Selected objects from The Bob Timberlake Collection Bob Timberlake, an internationally acclaimed realist painter, furniture maker, author, and philanthropist lives in Lexington, North Carolina. Primarily known for his watercolor paintings, his depiction of life in his Native North Carolina has endeared his work to an international audience. Leland Little
Three Vintage Silverplate Dog Trophies
Three Vintage Silverplate Dog Trophies\nthe first with Art Nouveau style motif and engraved "G. Muss Arnolt Memorial Trophy / Shepherd Dog Club / of / New England / Best of Breed / June 18, 1927," with hammered surface, by Reed & Barton (11 7/8 in.); the second with Neo-Classical style decoration and engraved "Offered by / Dr. Joseph De Vita / for / The Best German Shepherd Dog Either Sex / at the 7th Annual Show / of / the Elm City Kennel Club / Feb. 20, 1926 / Awarded to," by the Essex Silver Plate Co. and retailed by Glouskin & Fox of New Haven, CT (16.75 in.); and the third a three handled loving cup form engraved "The Whitney Bridge Club / Fred S. Judd / Memorial Trophy" and listing the winners from 1934-1941, by Wilcox Silver Co. (13.5 in.). From the Richard & Patricia Ballard Collection, New Haven, CT Leland Little
Pair of Empire Style Sconces
Pair of Empire Style Sconces\n19th century, likely bronze with ebonized and gilt patina, two light form held by putti and serpents, affixed to a torch back plate. 18.25 x 9.5 in. No apparent condition concerns; old wiring. Leland Little
Multi-Strand Garnet & Pearl Necklace, Andrew Clunn
Multi-Strand Garnet & Pearl Necklace, Andrew Clunn\nAmerican, late 20th century, designed as an eight strand torsade necklace composed of rhodolite garnet beads measuring approximately 4mm and freshwater coin pearls of comparable size with peach and pink overtones, each strand set at random intervals with yellow gold rondelles, completed by a hook and eye closure, unsigned but mounted in stamped 18KT yellow gold, the necklace accompanied by its original Andrew Clunn pouchette. Andrew Clunn, an important American jeweler, designed for David Webb for many years before opening his own design house. 17.25 in. In excellent condition. Two strands on the male end of the clasp have a few cultured pearls of different size and shape than the rest of the necklace, probably added at a later date to extend length. Private Collection, Chapel Hill, NC Leland Little

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Leland Little
620 Cornerstone Court
Hillsborough, NC 27278
+1 919-644-1243