Bloomberg (Chanhassen) Estate Sale
**The Chanhassen estate sale is closed**
Herb Bloomberg was a noted builder and developer. Carol Bloomberg was equally well known for her interior design business as well as her store, the Chanhassen Furniture Galleries. The contents of this home reflect their varied interests.
Items for this sale include the following: antique Silas Hoadley grandfather clock, Kittinger furniture pieces include a slant front desk, chest, tea, tilt top, and butler’s tray tables. Other beautiful furniture includes: Secretary desk, cabinets, large trestle table with 2 benches, antique side and dining tables, large carved handsome office desk, primitive furniture, trunks, Scandinavian chest, and numerous lamps, andirons and decorated crocks. harvest table, painted cabinets, half tester children’s beds(newer). Upholstered pieces: Fortuny sofa, Windsor type Stickley chairs and tables, Victorian brass and wood bed, small Victorian chests, Baker end tables, several children’s Victorian rockers.
3 Antique 18th and 19th century portraits, one signed Frankenberger. Numerous framed portraits. Large Horse Painting. 1874 MN maps. Framed and unframed prints and paintings, 2 Melodeons, many pieces of treen and wooden implements. Copper and pewter pieces. Doll collection: severel Lenci, bisque, Skookum, and many Madame Alexander. Steiff animals. Many smalls including ivory figures and carved animals. Mettlach tureen and underplate, Victorian glassware, several dinner services, numerous pieces of silver and silverplate. Quilts, hooked rugs, vintage clothing, bolts of fabric, table loom and sewing machines. Many books including art and antique reference. Full kitchen and large fresh water aquarium. There are too many quality things to list.