Following the sale of the Sise Inn in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, a collection of antiques will be sold at auction. The sale will include antique dining room sets, Victorian chests and porcelain.
The 1881 Queen Anne building was bought by the previous owners of the Ale House Inn, which is located on Bow Street. The new owners of Sise Inn, Doug Palardy and Dan Innis, paid $2,485,000 for the property according to the Rockingham County Registry of Deeds.
The Sise Inn has 34 guest rooms and three meeting rooms, all of which were furnished with elegant antique pieces. The new owners are renovating the building and will be rebranding it as The Hotel Portsmouth in the spring next year. In addition to the antique furniture being sold at auction, the Sise Inn was also furnished with contemporary pieces made by Stanley, Thomasville and Broyhill.
Any items purchased at the auction will be subject to a buyer’s premium of 17 per cent. If the buyer pays with cash, the premium is reduced to 15 per cent.
For those who are looking for fine antique furniture in the UK, various pieces may be discovered at the reputable dealers in the Blackburn region, where antique dining tables , chests of drawers and other items cost less than if purchased at auction. Buyers also have the luxury of being able to browse the furniture at their leisure before making a decision.
The auction will be held at the Frank Jones Center on 11th December.
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