Sacramento Estate Sale Upon entering this lush sprawling home, the first thing you will notice is this woman’s impeccable taste in furnishings, cut crystal, lighting and art. Not a single room lacks style or grace and even
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You are invited to the estate sale on September 19th thru 21st, Friday Saturday and Sunday 7-4pm at 1256 El Encanto Way, Sacramento, CA 95831 for an event of the season, an outing not to miss. Sunday will be our 50% off discount day.
Upon entering this lush sprawling home, the first thing you will notice is this woman’s impeccable taste in furnishings, cut crystal, lighting and art. Not a single room lacks style or grace and even her book collection make sense as you stroll by each cover. The rugs, carvings, pottery, colors and textures are all in line with a woman of good breeding and high society of old.
When we do an estate of this caliber, I can’t help but feel sorry that we never had a chance to befriend the owners of the treasures we are hired to relocate and sell. I’m saddened as I trod through her closets, read her papers, thumb through her linens and even polish her fine silver. This person whom we know yet never met, shines thru vibrantly in every corner shelf and each specially collected treasure or treat. What a woman!
Offerings for your pleasure begin with literally dozens of pieces of bohemian red and clear glass as well as colored cut crystal vases, stems and lamps. There is Japanese art, pottery, teapots, and cloisonné, copper and bronze as well as small trinkets only a world traveler might come upon. The collections this woman doted on for so many years are finally making their way to our fortunate clients to choose from.
The jewelry ranges from fine American Indian Squash Blossoms, giant Indian sterling bracelets, necklaces and hairpieces to beadwork and Victorian gold, Taxco sterling and even onyx and cut crystal. Expect the most and find even more when you come to this wonderful home of plenty.
The garage will house fishing poles and tackle, tools, huge power equipment, Marantz stereo, speakers, toys, books, hot wheels, early Mercedes parts, DeWalt, Rockwell, Powermatic, Skill, Delta, Wilton, and more. There is early camping, metalwork, Boyscouts, kid’s books, puzzles and maybe even train parts. You will discover old bikes, pots and plants, bird feeders as well as a fiberglass fishing boat in a sea of green grass.
The woman’s closets are full of designer clothes in perfect condition, shoes, hats, bags and more. We’ll sell china sets, Wedgwood, Chintz, Jade, Steuben, lanterns, art glass and pottery, paperweights, over 100 pieces of cut and etched crystal, Satsuma, Cranberry, marble, Lacquer-ware and clocks. Look for Fostoria, Sterling flatware of old, gads of Victorian filler glass and vases, Tonkin, depressionware, Featherweight sewing machine, carved Ivory tusk in its case as well as entire Ivory chess set. Enjoy music boxes, framed insects and beetles, old cobalt, Vaseline, holiday items, sewing, pastels, lithographs and etchings as well.
The house is fairly full of smalls but the family did opt to keep much of the furnishings so feel free to bring