Low Country Boil Auction

Silent Auction Items

Can’t make it to the Low Country Boil? You can place your bid electronically. If you would like to bid on one of the silent auction items below, simply email Lesley Ann DrakeBE SURE TO INCLUDE THE ITEM NUMBER.

We are happy to take your bid via email. If you have questions about an item, please reach out to us!

Item 1

Four GSU Football Tickets: 4 club level tickets and 4 pre-game sideline passes for 10/26/2019 game. Must redeem tickets by 10/12/2019. Generously donated by Georgia State, with thanks to Dave Demer. Bidding starts at $40.

Item 2

Musical Birthday Treat. A singing telegram and home-made hummingbird cake combine to make a musical birthday! Expires August 31, 2020.Fair market value: $150. Bidding begins at $45.

Item 3

A 1.5 hour painting party for up to 10 children. Min. age 4 years old, up to 10 years old. Includes all painting supplies. Valid until September 30th, 2020. Generously donated by Abby Redmond. Fair market value $250. Bidding begins at $90.

Item 4

Weather Channel Private Tour. A private tour for up to 4 people. Seethe new studio, test the "green screen," and try your skills as a meteorologist. Children are welcome but must be supervised. Valid through May 31, 2020. Fair market value: Priceless. Bidding begins at $80.

Item 7

Photography Studio Session Senior Portrait: Award winning photographer, Sharon Fuente, owner of Lifesong Photography, will be taking your Senior's photos if you win this bid (Photos not included). Generously donated by Lifesong Photography. Fair market value: $250. Bidding starts at $90

Item 5

Beekeeping Experience: Learn about bees from certified beekeeper, Mary Cahill-Roberts. Owner of Swarm Chasers, Mary can show you how to harvest honey, or you can don a suit and get into the hive. Up to 4 people. Children are welcome, but must be supervised. Generously donated by Mary Cahill-Roberts. Valid through September 30, 2020. Fair market value: Priceless. Starting bid $80.

Item 8

Photography Studio Session Family Portrait. Award winning photographyer, Sharon Fuente, owner of Lifesong Photography, will be taking your family's photos is you win this bid (Photos not included). Generously donated by Lifesong photography. Fair market value: $125. Bidding starts at $60.

Item 6

Four Tennis Lessons. Whether you're a beginner or an old-hand , adultor a child, we are confident that St. B's own Hulan Webb, former tennis coach for The Westminster Schools, can help you improve your game, while having a bunch of fun. Children must be at least 8 years old. Fair market value: $120. Generously donated by Hulan Webb. Bidding begins at $60.

Item 9

Empanada Lesson: Empanadas are delicious, but time consuming and difficult to make. Learn from two of the experts, the Rev. Gregoria Betances and Miriam Estrada. Bring some friends! This is for up to 8 people. Valid through May 31, 2020. Generously donated by Gregoria & Miriam. Fair market value: Priceless. Bidding starts at $80.

Item 12

Flower Arranging Party: "Chill-ax" with friends! Learn to make gorgeous flower arrangements from Abby Redmond. Up to 12 people. Valid until May 31, 2020. Generously donated by Abby Redmond. Fair market value $600. Bidding starts at $175.

Item 31

Crispina Grill $75. Located in Vinings, this Italian restaurant with an owner from Naples, offers authentic and delicious food, including steaks, fish and risotto. Tax and gratuity are additional. Valid until 9/30/2020. Generously donated by Crispina Grill. Fair market value: $75. Bidding starts at $30.

Item 30A

Chick-Fil-A for 6 months! Imagine! One Chick-Fil-A sandwich every week for 6 months. 26 gift cards. Expiration June 30, 2020. Generously donated by Chick-Fil-A at West Paces Ferry. Fair market value: $75. Bidding starts at $30.

Item 32

C&S Seafood and Oyster Bar: The food at Clark & Schwenks (C&S) Seafood and Oyster Bar aims to fill a gap in the Atlanta restaurant scene. The focus is on fresh seafood, a well-stocked raw bar, and classic prime steaks. Taxes & gratuity are additional. Valid until 9/30/2020. Fair market value: $100. Bidding starts at $40.

Item 11

A Private Girls Night Out with 10 of your friends at Waiting on Martha! Shopping experience for you + 10 friends. Your guests will receive a 15% shopping discount and you will receive a $100 store credit. Generously donated by Mandy Kellogg Rye, Owner of Waiting on Martha. Fair market value: $500. Bidding starts at $175.

Item 37

$100 at South City Kitchen: South City Kitchen uses traditional, fresh ingredients prepared in an open exhibition kitchen to create their version of contemporary Southern cuisine. Fair market value: $100. Bidding starts at $50.

Item 41

SoHo $100: Owners and Vinings residents Frank & Susan Smith offer hospitality that big city and small town folks alike find welcoming. SOHO serves a tempting menu bursting with a delicious mix of flavors in a lively setting, and the progressive wine list appeals to wine aficionados and novices alike. Tax and gratuity are additional. Valid until 9/30/2020. Generously donated by SoHo. Fair market value: $100. Bidding starts at $45.

Item 50

Louis Vuitton Zippy Wallet: Make someone's day with this Louis Vuitton Zippy wallet. This classic piece was received as a gift but has never been used (contact Deacon Lesley-Ann to view). Generously donated by Alison Forbes. Fair market value: $805. Bidding starts at $200.

Item 51

Wooden Necklace 26". Discs of varying sizes, 26" long. Generously donated by the Rev. Claiborne Jones. Fair market value: $45. Bidding starts at $20.

Item 52

14k Gold Chain 24" long. Generously donated by the Rev. Claiborne Jones. Fair market value: $150. Bidding starts at $70.

Item 53

Lucite Necklace 40": Lucite necklace with black thread and gold clasp. Long enough to double up. Generously donated by the Rev. Claiborne Jones. Fair market value $45. Bidding starts at $20.

Item 54

Sapphire Necklace: Faceted Sapphire adorns this stunning piece. These vibrant gems can be worn alone or layered with other necklaces to create your own style. Luxury jewelry you'll reach for every time. Handcrafted with sterling silver and rich 18k gold vermeil S clasp. Generously donated by Bobbie Sanghvi, owner of The Treehouse Boutique. Fair market value $200. Bidding starts at $80.

Item 55

Painting: Pink & Green Roses, 16x20". Generously donated by Rebecca Drummond. Fair market value: $110. Bidding begins at $50.

Item 56

Painting: Marigolds, 12"x12". Generously donated by Rebecca Drummond. Fair market value: $85. Bidding begins at $35.

Item 57

Painting: Dreaming of Spring, 11"x14" Generously donated by Rebecca Drummond. Fair market value: $80. Bidding begins at $80.

Item 58

Painting: Subdued Roses, 11"x14". Generously donated by Rebecca Drummond. Fair market value: $85. Bidding begins at $35.

Item 59

Painting: Cow, 24"x32". This painting of a cow on gallery wrapped canvas will bring a smile to your face. Generously donated by Frank Buckner. Fair market value: $295. Bidding begins at $90.

Item 61

Painting: Out of Chaos, 12"x12". Generously donated by Adrienne Wilson. Fair market value: $85. Bidding begins at $35.

Item 62

Shark Vacuum Cleaner: Shark slim upright vacuum cleaner with attachments. Invented for fine dust and large debris on floors and carpets. Includes dusting brush, wide upholstery tool, and 12" crevice tool. 5 year warranty. Generously donated by Rany Nally, Oakdale Hardware. Fair market value: $249.99. Starting bid: $110.

Item 63

Cut Glass Decanter Set: Three cut glass decanters (small chips), tray (silver plate), Straffordshire bone china name plates. Donor unknown. Fair market value $210. Bidding begins at $90.

Item 64

Michael Aram Frame: Michael Aram is an award-winning American artist who has dedicated his 30+ year career to craft-based design. Trained as a painter, sculptor, and art historian, Michael has neatly applied his divere background to the decorative arts. 5"x7" frame. Generously donated by Julie Savini. Fair market value: $119. Bidding starts at $60.

Item 65

Blue & White Quilt: At 54" square, this traditionally patterned quilt makes a great throw or wall hanging. Made by Jean Ann Wright. Generously donated by Ellen Gaffney. Fair market value: $300. Bidding begins at $120.

Item 66

Maple Wood Turned Bowl: 14.5" diameter and 3" deep, hand-turned by Bob Drake, this bowl is made from one of the 120 different types of maple. Made from found wood, decades old, this bowl is one of a kind. It is treated with organic oils so it is food-safe. Wipe clean with a damp sponge. Generously donated by Bob Drake. Fair market value $300. Bidding begins at $120.

Item 67

Hand-carved Horse: Hand carved thoroughbred mare, this delicate piece, approximately 4.5"x5" has been created out of mahogany wood, and is signed by "T.H." Generously donated by the Rev. Claiborne Jones. Fair market value: $130. Bidding begins at $60.

Item 68

Yellow porcelain with wood handles, this bowl is 19.5" diameter and 10.5" deep. Great for punch or chips, or even flowers. Slight flaw at rim. Generously donated by the Rev. Claiborne Jones. Fair market value: $350. Bidding begins at $90.

Item 69

Two small wooden bowls: At 2" and 2.5" these are small enough to tuck on a self or even on your desk. Fill them with pot pourri and feed your soul. Generously donated by the Rev. Claiborne Jones. Fair market value: $85. Bidding begins at $35.

Item 70

Koa Wood Bowl: 10" across and 4" deep, this turned wood bowl is from Hawaii, signed by Henry Close. Use it for an unusual floral display by placing a glass in the center. Generously donated by the Rev. Claiborne Jones. Fair market value: $225. Bidding begins at $100.

Item 71

Chalk Paint Gift Book, and 3 Sample Paints: Use Annie Sloan chalk paint to give furniture a new look, or turn tile into a chalk board. This book will get your creative juices flowing, and with 3 samples to try out, you'll soon get hooked. Generously donated by Painted by the Bee. Fair market value: $50. Bidding begins at $25.

Item 72

Martha Washington Candy: Two dozen scrumptious Martha Washington candies for each of the top three bidders. These will be made fresh just for you, in time for Valentine's Day, by the Rev. Claiborne Jones (keep refrigerated until you eat them). Candies will go to the top three bidders. Fair market value: Priceless. Bidding begins at $20.

Item 73

Pair of Table Lamps: two table lamps by Currey and Company. Made of terracotta with a luminous lavender finish, 31" tall with off-white linen shades. Generously donated by Modify Atlanta. Bidding begins at $250.

Item 74

Antique Imari Dish: 8.5" diameter, this antique Imari dish is functional as well as decorative. Generously donated by the Rev. Claiborne Jones. Fair market value: $45. Bidding begins at $20.

SNEAK PEEK!

Live auction items are available in person at the Low Country Boil on September 28th. If you cannot attend the  Low Country Boil and Auction on September 28th, you are welcome to bid on live auction items. You must have a buddy at the event to take the bid for you, however. If you have questions about our items, please reach out.

Item 10

Wine tasting for 20 people at The Vineyard Wine Market. Valid for any Tuesday, Wednesday, or Saturday tasting. Subject to availability. Must be used between January 2, 2020 and December 31, 2020. Generously donated by the Vineyard Wine Market. Fair market value: $1,000.

Item 13

Crepe-Making Lesson for 4 people with Ashley & Mac: Fun times with good eats with Ashley & Mac for 4 people at the lovely home of Gary & Verdery Newell. Learn to make crepes under the Newell's tutelage, and then choose your toppings for a delicious dinner. Generously donated by Gary & Verdery Newell. Fair market value: Priceless.

Item 14

Martinis with Max! Cocktails and heavy hors d'oeuvres with Mayor Max Bacon, up to 4 people, at the home of Joe & Kerry Thomas (in the historic Williams Park neighborhood) with piano music by St. B's Valerie Pool. Generously hosted by Joe & Kerry Thomas with co hosts, Tom & Paula Fowler and Valerie Pool. Fair market value: Priceless.

Item 15

Preferred Pew for 6 at Christmas Service at St. B's. Take some stress out of Christmas this year knowing there will be space for you and your family (up to 6 people). Choose your service and let us know by December 1, 2020 so we can reserve the pew for you. Generously agreed upon by the clergy of St. B's. Fair market value: Lower Stress.

Item 20

Weekend Getaway! Friday & Saturday (2) night stay at the newly refurbished Crowne Plaza Ravinia including breakfast, plus $200 at the fabulous Eclipse di Luna Restaurant & Tapas Bar. Generously donated by IHG and Eclipse di Luna. Fair market value: $560

Item 21

Myrtle Beach Vacation: 7 night stay ( must be consecutive nights). 3 bed (2 w/ kings; 1 with 2 doubles), 3 bath. Includes access to fitness center and kiddie water park. Primary user must be over 25 years old. No pets. Subject to availability. Must be used by 9/30/20. Contact Mary & Robin Cahill-Roberts. Mary: maryc7@aol.com Robin: Rlr1217@aol.com

Item 22

Black Mountain Getaway: 5 night stay in Black Mountain. Easy walk to an abundance of shopping and dinning. Or hike into the nearby mountains and enjoy the outdoors. Private home, 4 bed, 3 bath, sleeps 8. Reserve by 12/1/2019. Use by 5/15/2020. Generously donated by Chris and Ellen Gaffney. Fair market value: $1,000.

Item 23

Highlands, N.C. Retreat: 3 Night stay in this quiet, rustic home. Enjoy a long weekend or a mid-week break. 2 bedrooms (queen size), 2 baths, with large loft, sleeps 8. Two miles from Highlands, hiking, golfing, pottery, fishing, and shopping await, or sit & enjoy the large deck. Subject to availability; use by 6/30/2020. Generously donated by Edith Woodling. Fair market value: $600.

Item 24

Vinings Getaway: A weekend overnight stay at Hotel Indigo, a unique boutique-style hotel with breakfast the next morning. Walk across the street to 101 Steak for dinner ($75 gift card). Subject to availability. Use by 8/30/2020. Generously donated by Hotel Indigo and 101 Steak. Fair market value: $225.

Item 38

Dinner for 4 at Porch Light Latin Kitchen: Porch Light Latin Kitchen uses the freshest products possible from local farmer, growers, and businesses in the area. We take pride in being a scratch kitchen and want to provide y'all a little piece of what makes us happy. We take food seriously, but our ultimate goal is to make sure our guests enjoy themselves. Drinks, taxes and gratuity NOT included. Valid until 9/30/2020. Reservations required 1-2 weeks in advance. Generously donated by Porch Light Latin Kitchen. Fair market value $200.

Item 40

PTS Board & Vestry Vino Basket: Over two dozen bottle of assorted wines. A good start to a party. Generously donated by St. B's Vestry & Path To Shine Board Members. Fair market value: $300+.

Item 39

Chef's Table for 4 at Local Three Kitchen and Bar: The Chef's table at Local Three features a multi-course menu with beverage pairings. Guests are responsible for tax and gratuity based on the value of the meal. Advance reservations required; available Sunday through Thursday, excl. December. Valid through August 2020. Generously donated by Local Three. Fair Market Value $700.