FEBRUARY 12, 13 & 14 / FRI – SUN 10 – 4
When you have agglomeration plus conglomeration, plus great gobs of grapes items … you get the Hotel California of saver stuff ! any item that entered into this house never left – you will have to see it to believe it – note the progress photos in the first five rows – it took our staff much energy and effort to ready this sale for you by hauling away 2 large 24 foot trucks of “unsellables” /
-dark quarter sawn oak 4 ft round pedestal dining table with two 12 inch leaves
-6 matching oak chairs with carved oak leaf motif plus 2 with canned seats and similar motif
-Americana: blond oak Hoosier with enameled counter
-Arts and Crafts compact student desk with swivel chair on casters
-rough roll top oak desk
-dark quarter sawn oak vanity dressing table with large square mirror
-early American industrial wrought iron display shelves on caters
-impressive massive apothecary or dental cabinet with 100+ drawers
-many compact oak storage cabinets, filing cabinets, side and occasional tables
-several small handmade tables, chests and boxes
-small oak telephone table
-very nice antique oak console table – 6 ft
-sleek modern oak veneer console table – 7ft
-7ft glass front oak bookcase with open center column for display
-modern-ish painted wrought iron outdoor set comprised of a table, 4 chairs and a bench
-Classic Americana: compact cast iron tub
-Mid-century Danish teak foldaway table
-7 ft modern grey ultra-suede sofa
-high gloss laminate grey dining table 36 x 96”
-high gloss white rolling storage cubicles 6ft x 2ft x 20”
-laminate wood storage wall, 6 cabinet or shelving sections at 3ft each
-several black laminate wood and glass display cabinets (approx 6′ tall and 12” wide each)
-pair of arts and crafts quarter-sawn oak reclining mission chairs with green velvet upholstery
 -marble topped maple cook station on casters with end leaf and dry food storage plus utensil drawers
-3 x 3 butcher-block table – bookcases in various sizes – wine racks in various sizes
-many tea, card, console and occasional tables
-dark wood 4 x 4 coffee table
-miscellaneous bent wood and oak chairs, foot stools and plain old stools
-antique and modern light fixtures and gas lamp parts
-many nice lamps – singles and pairs
-several nice wool rugs with geometric patterns 5’x7’ to 10’x13’
-tons of framed artwork, ​signed and numbered prints, drawings and paintings by Pam Dixon, Steele – original large-scale mixed media artwork by MICHAEL LEU
-antique ​decorative wood frames, mirrors and “other”
-folk art painted wood alligator bench
-Metal Arts – an imposing 6ft tall ostrich, a 7ft tall tree, mixed texture welded wall hangings, small sculpture and much more!
-antique handmade satin holly hobby and flower pot quilts
-antique brass quilt rack –  old telephones
-vintage dolls and a doll bed
-a vintage juke box – Stereo 160
-Sony and Kenwood stereo components
-advertising items, travel,  maps, events, war documents and other ephemera
-vintage sewing items and Brother sewing machine
-bar ware and bar swag / large silverplate and crystal service items
-vintage Neiman Marcus brand luggage
-a truly massive collection of cookbooks from around the world
-a significant collection of vintage German and American telephones, Kellogg, Bell and others
-some Arts and Crafts pottery
-A collection of design and lifestyle magazines and books
-Antique and vintage dolls
-cut glass and crystal service items
-Bavarian chocolate pot, misc steins
-large selection of women’s clothing  and fashion accessories (most new with tags) sizes L-1X
-some very interesting vintage women’s fashion and furs from the 20s-30s
-cosmetics and perfumes – scarves and purses
-vintage and costume jewelry will be available on Saturday 11am
The usual:  household linens, home decoration miscellanea, a full kitchen, plus a catering operation and a half, with a backyard full of garden tools, plant stands, hand and electric tools and tool boxes, many chrome shelving units, bookcases, luggage, reusable bags, electrical odds and ends, the consumables of daily life plus a whole lot more … no really … A WHOLE LOT MORE.
HIDE / HUNT TIP – the treasure to find this week is the mini – metal baby carriage shown with other misc items – last sale’s treasure of an old photo of “Westlake Joe’s” was found by Marie Duggan –  who, with her family own Original Joe’s restaurant in North Beach and is opening up another Original Joes at the Westlake site – was that a coincidence or what – not really when I saw her I gave a really big hint – that was appropriate and fitting though / it might find a place of honor at the new location
DRIVING / PARKING TIP – on the Northern end of Twin Peaks area – near the top of 17th and Clayton Streets – go a few blocks South to Clarendon and Twin Peaks Blvd and you are almost there – the sale is on a very long dead end street but there are large curb spaces on both sides so parking is pretty easy with no street sweeping in that area – just do not block driveways as always /