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FITZ AND FLOYD COLLECTION LIQUIDATION

F WORDS FOR THOSE WITH DISCRIMINATING TASTE ~ FITZ AND FLOYD

The Oregon Pick is representing a client who is liquidating 20+ pieces of highly collectible Fitz and Floyd.  The collection is in excellent condition ~ No chips, cracks or breaks.  Many of the pieces to be liquidated are retired.  The pieces in this collection will be liquidated at well below value.

VIEW THE COLLECTION IN PERSON:

The collection can be viewed in person on Saturday, June 23rd from 9:00 – 3:00 and on Sunday, June 24th from 10:00 – 2:00 at 312 Riessen Rd., Grants Pass, OR

INQUIRIES:

For those living outside the Southern Oregon area, a private inventory of pieces to be liquidated with photos can be prepared by request.  Please forward inquiries to Gerean Pflug, Merchandising & Liquidation Specialist, via this blog site or call:  541-301-6452

Fitz and Floyd History:

Founded by Pat Fitzpatrick and Bob Floyd, Fitz and Floyd began as an import company.  They moved on to designing ceramic giftware and began designing tabletop products and accessories in the late 1960s.
The Dinnerware of the Elite:
Fitz and Floyd dinnerware has been selected by presidents and governments around the world. Dallas commissioned the company to create a one-of-a-kind tea service as the official gift to Queen Elizabeth for her visit to the city in 1991.
When it comes to ceramic giftware and products, Fitz and Floyd set the standard a long time ago with quality and design that other companies strive to attain. Although there is no mistaking a Fitz and Floyd ceramic piece, be a cookie jar, teapot or other tabletop item, one of the best compliments an item can receive is “it looks like a Fitz and Floyd”.  Resource:  http://collectibles.about.com/od/potterycompanies/p/PFfitzandfloyd.htm
Fitz and Floyd Website:  www.fitzandfloyd.com

4 responses

  1. Jan Fristoe

    We love Fitz & Floyd of all kinds but unfortunately we will be out of the state from June 21st through June 26th.

    June 17, 2012 at 9:20 pm

    • Jan ~ If I don’t sell all of the items in the collection during the sale, I will be happy to provide a list of available items and photos upon your return. The items will be priced to liquidate and my client will negotiate. Have a safe and wonderful trip! ~Gerean

      June 17, 2012 at 9:25 pm

  2. Have all the Fitz and Floyd been sold ? I am searching for a Sugar Plum Christmas Platter as well as other pieces of Fitz and Floyd that are from the 1990’s.

    August 1, 2012 at 9:17 am

    • Hi Diane~

      I still have a few pieces of the Fitz & Floyd collection. I am away from home until after August 15th, caring for my cousin who is just out of open heart surgery. If okay with you, upon my return, will go through the collection, photograph the individual pieces and send you an inventory of what is there.

      I do not believe that the Sugar Plum Christmas Platter is part of the collection, but will check.

      Thanks for your interest.

      ~Gerean, The Oregon Pick

      August 1, 2012 at 9:27 am

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