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Lovely Nativity Figures--Classically Simple
by Potter & SCCT Actor Liz Mikols
Value $170
Liz regularly makes gifts for cast mates.
She made this grou
ping especially for the Winter Gala.

Gift Certificate 60-Minute Massage
SOL Healing Massage & 
Value $65

Original acrylic painting,
by Laura Kesnick
Value $150

Jack Daniels &
Crown Royal
Holiday Gift Packs
Value $70
A great collection of 12, 50ml-bottles of the Jack Daniels family of brands.
Crown Royal Canadian Whiskey, 750ml bottle, and two glasses.

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Riding Crop From Paraguay

Value $85

Doll House--move in ready!
Value $250

40" long, 21" wide, 29" High

Beaded Ceremonial Chullyo/Q'ero Hat
Value $250

From Machu Picchu, Peru
The ceremonial beaded chullyo is hand knit by Q’ero men, who use 5 curved knitting needles to create seven layers of sacred designs.  Then the man adds beads in sacred patterns. Traditionally, when a man was courting a young woman, he would demonstrate his patience by carefully beading his chullyo. These magnificent hats are emblematic of the Q’ero culture. Each hat is individually knit and is one-of-a-kind.

Never worn.

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Peruvian Ceramic Plates
 Value $500

Eight Dinner Plates, Eight Salad Plates
Lovely examples of Cajamarca ceramics from the highlands of northern Peru with classic Cajamarca geometric motifs and stylized zoomorphic designs.

Each plate individually decorated.  Purchased in the 1990's from the potter by a student.

Early 20th Century Limoges Plates
 Value $60

Four 7.5", Two 6.25" Plates
Limoges, in southwest-central France, is know for its intricately decorated bright white porcelain. These plates are trimmed in gold, pink and black.

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Mata Ortiz Plate and Stand
donated by Silver City Museum Store

Value $85

A delightful example of the thin-walled finely painted ceramic ware from the small village of Mata Ortiz, northern Chihuahua, Mexico.

We invite you discover the history of Silver City and SW New Mexico at The Silver City Museum and to experience the warm, welcoming 1880's themed Silver City Museum Store--a destination on its own. Shop affordable books, jewelry, toys, souvenirs, and more. 312 W Broadway St. 

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2 Packers Tickets plus one night hotel for the 2023 Season

$500.00 Package Value


Gold Package Tickets

Sec 136 | Row 36  | $250.00 Value  Seats 13 – 14

South Endzone


Travel to see the iconic Lambeau Field in Green Bay WI! The 2023 season schedule comes out in May, 2023. You will have first pick of one of four games (two preseason or two regular season games) and receive a voucher for a night in a hotel in historic Green Bay WI. Other entertainment venues include the Green Bay Hall of Fame and local restaurants, taverns, fishing, hiking or Fall festivities. Arrangements to receive tickets are all through the electronic ticketing system through Packers. Tickets are transferred directly to your smartphone. Arrangements for the tickets will be made through Terri Sankovitz, season ticket holder.

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 Original Work, 20"x24"   by Jim Abeita

 Value $1,500

Also known as James Abeita, Jimmy Abeita and James Abeyta; the artist was  born in 1947. He is a Navajo oil painter from Crownpoint, New Mexico. He is best known for his realistic  landscapes and portraits depicting his native people, their history and traditions. He was one of the first Native American artists to work in contemporary realism, painting with depth and shadow instead of in the flat-style traditional Native American art. Abeita is praised as a pioneering artist who modernized the Native American art scene, made it famous in the art market and paved the way for a new generation of artists.

Wine Basket,
Crystal Glasses and Ice Bucket
Vintage Opener

Value $200


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