This home belonged to a very special couple. They were married for 70 years! He died in 2016 and she joined him just two short years later. His early passion for amateur radio led him to a 25-year career with the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in La Canada. As Deep Space Network manager for the NASA Apollo Moon missions during the 1960s, he was part of the planetary tracking and communication team that brought Neil Armstrong’s famous “one giant leap for mankind” message to the world. She earned an amateur radio operator license and served as secretary of one of the largest female ham radio clubs in the U.S. She sold two books to major U.S. publishers and was a member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators. She was also a devoted painter, photographer and world traveler—hobbies she enjoyed sharing with him. Their travels took them on a cruise of Russia’s Volga River, a hair-raising train trip along Mexico’s Copper Canyon, a South America/Antarctic cruise that crossed Cape Horn during gale force winds, and a 10,000-mile RV trip across the U.S. They were longtime members of the La Canada Presbyterian Church.
They came from a time when families passed treasures down from generation to generation. There are numerous antiques, large and small, from early and mid-19th C. and yet everything is in near perfect condition.
Art - Many original works of art, some listed artists. Lithos, wood blocks, prints, early & modern.
Furniture – An early 20th C. mahogany dining table, leaves and 8 Shield-back chairs. An American mahogany buffet with a bowed center, an Asian trinket shelf unit, a small round occasional table with straight tapered legs, A 10’ sofa done in a muted celadon, like new. A glass & brass oval coffee table, a set of 3 nesting tables, a pair of pale yellow overstuffed chairs like new, a small sofa in Rust upholstery also like new, a brown recliner like new, a black leather recliner Power Lift like new (it literally stands you up), a mahogany coffee table with a leather top, c. 1930.a modern vintage credenza, A 2-tier oval butler’s table, Cradle from Pennsylvania, c. 1800, 2 marble top pieces, highly carved teak, China. Late Ching Dynasty. One is a fern stand and the other a side table. A pair of mahogany folding game tables, c. 1795. A pair of children’s chairs, rush seats. 1880, a pair of Victorian balloon back Chairs, an early American dropleaf sewing cabinet/table, numerous side chairs, a small pine washstand with towel bars on each side, and much more! Beds, bedroom furniture. Office furniture – Desks, Swivel chairs, file cabinets, bookcases. Adjustable lighting, file
Furnishings – Numerous interesting lamps. One made from an antique scale, another made from a ship’s telegraph from Liverpool. There are figural lamps, tube lamps, brass lamps, glass lamps and floor lamps. There are mirrors, hand carved wall hangings, wall sconces, figurines, vases, numerous Asian items, silk floral arrangements, faux fruit, a collection of miniature enameled teapots, an hour glass, a Canterbury, a carved wall bird, framed mottos, beaded bags, baskets, ink wells, Hummel’s, porcelain parrot on branch, paper weights, stuffed animals,
Kitchen & Entertaining– China, stemware, table cloths, napkins, placemats, silver-plated hollowware, candelabra, candle holders, trays, flatware. Kitchenalia of all variety.
Electronics & Media – A beautiful electric organ, with bench and speakers. A large Sony flat screen & media cabinet and several other flat screen TV’s, another 2-drawer media cabinet, an HP printer, several stereos, a nice camera with lens, light meters, tripod, and case; numerous CD’s, DVD’s, 78 Records, Cassettes, 8-tracks.
Clothing, shoes & Blankets – Women’s and Men’s clothing, coats and shoes, all in excellent condition.
Garage – Woodworking tools, garden tools, art supplies, cleaning supplies, a stand-up freezer, etc.
Christmas Décor – Four tables of it!
Directions – From the 210 Fwy, exit at Gould if you’re traveling east. Exit Foothill if you’re traveling west. Go west on Foothill to Oakwood. Go south on Oakwood one block and turn left onto Georgian Road. House is on the right on the SE corner.
Our Policies – We accept cash, all credit & debit cards, and paper checks (all with a picture ID if we don’t know you). You will not be charged sales tax if you hold a valid CA Board of Equalization Resale Permit.
Diane M. DellaValle, Certified Accredited Appraiser, ANA, ACAA & AOA, All Personal Property Appraisals & Estate Liquidations.Richard M. Schumaker, Antique Dealer, Pasadena Antique Center, 480 S. Fair Oaks Ave., Pasadena. 626-221-1039.