36th Annual Potomac Specialty

Silent Auction Highlights

In addition to our famous raffle under the tent, this year Potomac will feature a silent auction Wednesday afternoon and evening before the Gala and a small live auction following judging of the Veteran Classes in the Ballroom. Listed below is a selection of items you may bid on. Please check this page often as item will be added until the show begins!

For other show details go HERE!

Designed by Graham Tongue it measures 13 1/2 inches or 34.3 Cm high. It's in excellent mint condition, includes the tag and is part of the Fireside Models collection. This handsome dog was made from 1970-1989 and is number 2314. Signed on the bottom and incised with the number. It can be seen on page 115 of Beswick Animals 8th Edition by Callows and Sweets. Fireside Model 2314 Discontinued Rare.

Offered by: The LRCP, Inc. Value: Rare, discontinued piece.

1938 Life Magazine featuring “The Labrador”

Excellent Condition. This is the whole magazine, currently in a frame for display. "December 12, 1938. Price 10 cents"

Offered by Krista Beal and David Heacock. Value: Priceless

Aaron, Glenn or Gordy. Your Choice!

AM PR BDA 1997 World BISS CH Tabatha's Rollick At Carrowby JH,CD,CGC,WC (Aaron)

#1 Labrador Retriever in the USA in 1997, '98, '99

1997 World Champion


BISS AM CH Borador's By George, CGC (Gordy)

#1 Labrador Retriever in the USA in 2001

AKC top sire 2007 & 2008 & 2009

Sire of #1 Labrador Retriever - 2005 & 2008

As of February 26, 2011, Gordy is the sire of 74 Champions, plus Master Hunter and numerous offspring with Hunting-Obedience-Rally-Agility-Tracking & Grand Championship Titles.


BIS BISS AM CAN CH Winterwind's Glenn Plaid (Glenn)

All Breed Best in Show Winner,Westminster Best of Breed & Sporting Group IV Winner, 2004 National Specialty Winner

Pick a champion. Offered separately, two straws (one breeding) of frozen semen from each of these wonderful Champions. Total three breeding's, one from each dog. Breeding must take place within 24 months. Does not include shipping and/or handling fee if needed. No refunds.

Generously Offered by: Vicky and Mike Creamer

Vintage Lane & Co Large Duck Planter

Handsome Lane & Company Mallard Duck features the magnificent detailed mallard duck with brilliant vibrant colors. His wings in full landing flight as he finds his landing in the brush. Marked on the bottom "Lane & Co. L.A. CALIF 1953"

Measures: 14" Tall X 15" Wide X 10" Deep Overall. condition: Excellent Vinatage Condition. No chips or cracks.

Offered by: Mike and Vicky Creamer Value: Very Rare, Collector's Item

Beautiful queen-size wool afghan, lovingly hand made by Shirley Ciprian and generously donated to the 36th Potomac Silent Auction.

"Black Puppy With Ball"

Jane Partin Original, measures 12 x 16 framed, acrylic on canvas.

Offered by: LRCP

Cast Iron Labrador Nut Cracker

This spectacular, circa 1900 beautiful and functional nut cracker is slightly used and has a nice rich patina. Raise my tail, put a nut in my mouth, pat my head and crack away! Not responsible for pinched fingers! The dog has a mark under the tail "24 H". One screw through the middle holds the dog together and acts as the fulcrum for the lever. The dog is bolted to the cast iron base and weighs approximately 4 Lbs 7 Oz. Approximate size overall 10.5 inches long, 5.5 inches high and 4.75 inches wide. The judge said I carry my tail high when I move.

Offered by: Mike and Vicky Creamer

Baccarat Crystal Labrador

Spectacular Baccarat crystal labrador. Simply radiant! Discontinued.

Offered by: LRCP, Inc.

Handmade Sweetgrass Basket

The coiled sweetgrass basket is an example of African heritage that was transported across the Atlantic by African slaves from the Windward or Rice Coast of Africa. The baskets, one of the oldest African crafts in America, began appearing in South Carolina during the late 17th century. The first baskets known in the Lowcountry (SC) were fanner baskets used for winnowing rice. The use of the baskets expanded to the planting and harvesting of cotton and other money crops. The agricultural baskets were made of bulrush, sweetgrass and split oak.

The basket making craft has been handed down from generation to generation and is usually learned during childhood. There are no set patterns so each piece is a unique work of art

Offered by: Tim and Ruth Ellen Coffey

Original Painting by Hope Holland

Oh the trials of owning a black labrador. Original, 8" X 10" done on black paper, matted and minimally framed.

Generously Donated by Hope Holland

Feather Wreath

Beautiful feather wreath has copper, teal and brown colors in it. It's outer circumference is 24 inches. Wait to see it live as the picture doesn't do it justice...not even close! Door not included.

Generously Donated by Patty Irons Jaqua

The LRCP, Inc. reserves the right to withdraw any item offered here without notice.