Kimballs Auction & Estate Services
Office: (413) 549-8300
Fax: (413) 549-8301
169 Meadow Street
North Amherst MA 01059
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Join Kimballs Auction this Wednesday, April 23rd for our weekly Estate Auction! This sale will feature a good offering of vintage and antique decorative smalls and furniture, fine art, costume jewelry, collectibles, toys, china and much more! Please check back Monday for pictures.
The Amherst Outdoor Flea Market will run May 10th-October 26th, Saturdays and Sundays, 6 AM-3 PM. It will be held on the grounds of 169 Meadow Street, North Amherst, MA at Kimball’s Auction & Estate Services. Parking will be provided. Spaces will be 10′ x 20′
Please note that the opening of the Amherst Flea Market is contingent upon at least 50 vendors expressing interest. So, please spread the word!
Rates for the Amherst Outdoor Flea Market are $50/weekend, $35/day and $350/season pass (25 weekends, 70% off!) if you sign up before May 10th ($600/season pass after May 10th).
There will also be a Farmer’s Market, only $25/day per vendor ($40/weekend), so please contact us if you are interested in signing up! 413.549.8300
Join us for our Wednesday, April 30th Antique Auction! This auction will take place both in-house and online at LiveAuctioneers. We will also be accepting phone and left bids.
Preview times are Tuesday, April 29th 1PM-4PM and Wednesday, April 30th 1PM-6PM. This auction will start at 6PM on April 30th.
To view the full catalog and register to bid online, go to http://www.liveauctioneers.com/catalog/54203_april-30th-2014-antique-auction/page1.
Day 1 of our 3 Day Asian Antiques Auction will feature jade, ivory, bronzes, porcelains, scroll paintings , thangkas, jewelry, clothing, furniture, weaponry, statuary and much more. A complete catalog with images will be available online on April 25th.
Now available! Justin Kimball (brother of our owner & auctioneer), recently released this stunning book of photographs. Justin traveled with Doug to house calls, capturing spaces and scenes that revealed “very humble, interesting and quite magnificent lives that we don’t really ever know of or think about.” Accompanying the book is a short essay written by Doug. Copies of this beautiful book can be purchased at our gallery.