Our family business is a full time, full service auction company located in historic Ridgeway, South Carolina.

We specialize in online and live auctions and are dedicated to providing you with the best service possible, providing you with quality items and bringing buyers and sellers together in a timely fashion.

For nearly 50 years, we have offered the following at auction:

- Fine Furniture & Antiques - Chests, beds, dining, desks, sofas, chairs, credenzas, consoles, mirrors, chandeliers, lamps, etc.

- Artwork - originals, oil paintings, watercolors, signed limited editions, bronzes, sculptures, glass, etc.

- Accessories - coins, jewelery, sterling silver items, ceramics, etc.

- Rugs - hand knotted, vintage, new, Persian, Afghan, Chinese, Indian, etc.

- Real Estate - Commercial, Residential, Land

- Equipment - Commercial, Farm, etc.

- Estates

- Business Liquidations


Our auction gallery is located in the quaint, picturesque town of Ridgeway, SC. The building has been in existence since the early 1900’s, being an A-Model Ford dealership and later used as a cotton warehouse. After major renovations, we offer a spacious, fully climate-controlled gallery with a uniqueness that compliments our fine antiques and furnishings.

Our registration/cashier window came from the old Camden Courthouse and the carriage lights on the front of the building came from one of the old Winthrop College buildings. The heart pine window front was crafted from timbers salvaged during the renovation.

We have strived to reconstruct the building in a style reminiscent to the age of the town. Located only 2.2 miles from I-77 on Highway 34, 100 S. Dogwood Dr., Ridgeway, we conduct regularly scheduled auctions and offer concessions at all live auctions.


Ridgeway boasts a town population of about 350. Originally known as New Town, Ridgeway obtained its present name when the owners of the Charlotte and South Carolina Railway decided not to build the railroad on the Camden route, but rather to use the “ridge way”. It was settled around the late 1700’s with settlers coming south from Virginia after the Revolutionary War. Others came north from Charleston in the early 1800’s to escape malaria.

As with most small country towns, the railroad played a large part in the growth of the town. Mostly a cotton town until the late 1930’s, timber took over in a big way and although no longer shipped by rail from Ridgeway, it is still a major commodity in Fairfield County.  Many of the older homes have been well preserved and a walk around the town will leave one feeling as if they have stepped back in time. Come and visit, stroll awhile, and enjoy our town.