Ross Auction has been around for decades, and I have furnished much of my home with antiques I have purchased there.
Mrs. Ross passed away recently, but the auction house has a new owner and it is business as usual. They have recently changed the auction day to Saturdays, and they continue to offer specialty auctions now and then.
A website has been built and many items can be previewed there.
The personnel make the auction process easy, even for the inexperienced bidder. You are also able to preview items in person in days prior to the auction, and leave a bid if you are interested in an item.
There is delivery available for a small fee, and you are also able to have your own items put up for auction for a reasonable consignment fee.
The auction features everything from antiques to everyday household items, and everything in between. A mobile snack wagon is present for most of the day and provides hot food, chips, candy, and beverages.
The auction house accepts payment by cash, check, and credit card.