Kat Von D Hosting Estate Sale Featuring Antiques from Her Historic Indiana Mansion

The controversial tattoo artist purchased the historic Vevay, Indiana Schenck Mansion this past winter. Antique items from the home will be auctioned off May 5-14.

Apr 22, 2021 at 10:43 am
Schenck Mansion
Schenck Mansion

Want to own a piece of history, tied with a tad bit of pop culture? 

During next month's living estate sale for Kat Von D's recently purchased Schenck Mansion, you can do just that. 

click to enlarge An example of an item that will be available at the estate sale. - Photo: Provided by Rapid Fire Auction Services
Photo: Provided by Rapid Fire Auction Services
An example of an item that will be available at the estate sale.

Celebrity tattoo artist, reality-television star and make-up/shoe brand entrepreneur Kat Von D and her family purchased the historic Vevay, Indiana mansion this past December in order to "plant roots in a small town where there is nature, where (their) son can be free to play and where (they) can eventually retire someday," Von D wrote in an Instagram story post on Dec. 17.

The home, which previously operated as a bed and breakfast, will be used as the family's second residence. 

Antique items from the over-a-century-old home, and some additional consignor pieces, will be auctioned during an online estate sale next month, from May 5-14. 

“There are some wonderful antique and reproduction pieces in Kat’s Living Estate Auction. From marble top tables and beds to everything in between,” said Kendal Miller, co-owner and principal auctioneer for auctioning company Rapid Fire Auction Services, which operates out of Milton, Kentucky. 

Items included in the auction range from gold-leaf framed pictures to marble top tables and armoires, as well as canopy beds, chairs, desks and a "vintage 7-1/2 foot antique oak beveled mirrored hall tree accented with winged lions."

There will be opportunities to view the auction items in-person prior to the event from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. April 24-25 and May 1-2 at the Rapid Fire auction house in Milton, Kentucky (10430 US 421 N., Milton, Kentucky). This is also where bid winners will pick up their pieces.

The auction kicks off at 7 p.m. on May 5 and will continue through 7 p.m. on May 14. Find the available items online once the auction is live. 

A release from Rapid Fire Auction Services notes that all pieces included in the auction are sold "as-is" and "where-is" and come with no warranties or guarantees. 

For more info, visit rapidfireauctionservice.com

And here's a look inside the historic mansion.