Race car driver, Renaissance man’s full house with antiques and art.

Los Angeles

Sat. May 21. 9am to 3pm
Sun. May 22 10am to 3pm

This is the home of a true 20th century Renaissance man.

Ralph Phillips dabbled in many ventures, he worked as a consulting Engineer for the entertainment industry, he helped Diego Revera with creating the mosaics at the university of Mexico City as well as raced Lotus Grand Prix cars in the 1960’s.

He hob knobbed with many celebrities, he even taught Elisabeth Taylor how to ride a horse for National Velvet!

With in his house there are many vintage collectables, a seminal collection of Scale Mini Metal Cars; (some given to him at the Grand Prix), fine modern art by listed artists, antiques, French Brass Cased Garniture Mantel Clock Set, Victorian Tantalus, Racing helmets and Racing suits, vintage and current clothing, jewelry, watches, Limoges Fish plate set, crystal barware, vintage cameras, novelty items, books, Cds, vintage and movie posters, full kitchen with copper cookware and eclectic ephemera and paper ephemera.

Furniture includes, Spanish Colonial Revival dining table with 8 chairs, sofa, mid century modern Steelcase office chairs, Aeron Chair, small tables, massage chair, lamps, kingsize brass bed with mirrored canopy, Spanish Colonial Revival wrought iron tile top table, 1970s CSS Shelving Unit by George Nelson for Herman Miller and Library shelves with a Rolling Ladder and flatscreen TVs.

Please try to wear a mask and practice social distancing.

Pickers are encouraged to attend, we are motivated to make great deals and sell everything.

Come on by and buy!