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Two Los Angeles Estate Sales, One Fabulous Weekend

This weekend is going to be awesome for attending a Succor estate sale! You have two estate sales in Los Angles proper to choose from and they are only the Sepulveda Pass away from one another. It really won’t take you more than a quick fifteen minutes to get from one to the other and both are 100% worth attending! 

Visit us our Bel Air estate sale if you’re looking to add a bit of whimsey to your home decor. Think antique postal wall and carousel horses. Fun!! Sneak peak photos by checking out my favorite pieces on our blog. Or visit the listing page for a detailed list. 

The Tarzana estate sale is full of name brand crystal, china, collectible figures among some designer quality furniture. Think Baccarat, Gucci (home ware), Stuben, Royal Doulton and more. Plus a stunning bar! To see how much our client paid for said bar check out my blog post. For more details about what you’ll find in this estate sale the listing page is for you. 

We hope to see you at BOTH LA estate sales this weekend!! 

8.19.14
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My Favorite Things – Estate Sale in Tarzana

Come to this Tarzana estate sale prepared to spend time! The house is packed full of really nice stuff and it’s apparent that the family loved to entertain. The home interior was designed by a professional and you’ll find interior designer quality furniture, including a gorgeous Mikhail Loznikov acrylic dining room table and a bar our client spent $50,000 on (I was sold when I saw the brass sink!). 

Don’t forget the holiday’s are around the corner and you’ll be looking for good entertainer items soon. You’ll get better quality with designer names attached at cheaper prices when you come to this Tarzana estate sale – start hoarding for the holidays!! 

For more information about this Tarzana estate sale check out the listing page


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It’s an East Side Estate Sale Weekend. YAY!!

It’s been far to long since we had a proper Los Angeles estate sale and thanks to a long time client with exceptional taste we’ll be hitting up the east side (Valley Village/North Hollywood) this coming Friday, Saturday, Sunday. And we’re so excited about all the goods packed inside this entertainer’s bungalow. 

There’s a mix of vintage and contemporary items and the vibe is eclectic modern with some fantastic Mid-Century Modern pieces; I’m having trouble deciding which is my favorite with a strong teeter toward the John Keal for Brown Saltman credenza (pictured). The other’s being a Hans Wegner Secretaire and Paul Frankl for Brown Saltman dresser and side table set. The artwork is a great mix of high and low, and there’s some nice studio pottery, ahem, I only have eyes for the gorgeous Raymor table lamp (pictured). 

You’ll also find stuff you need!! Think brand spanking new kitchen blenders (Ninja/Vitamix), funky blue Kitchenaid mixer, glassware, serve ware, and jewelry of course… Crate & Barrel sofa!?

Check out the North Hollywood Estate Sale listing page for more details. Photos and information to be updated by Thursday. 

8.12.14
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July 4th Weekend in Rancho PV

Rancho PV estate sale starts Saturday and ends Monday. 

We’re not crazy enough to host an estate sale ON the 4th of July but it seems we are just crazy enough to host one over the weekend, and to extend it into Monday. I never really liked the idea of hosting an estate sale during a holiday weekend because I assume we won’t see as many of your friendly faces as we’re used to! Ya’ll proved that to be wrong when we hosted an amazing four day estate sale over Memorial Weekend in Palos Verdes Estates. I’m still thinking about all of the pretty things we sold over there! 

This Saturday – Monday we’ll be in Rancho Palos Verdes celebrating our independence to choose to laboriously work over a holiday weekend, and we really hope to see a whole lot of you! This sale has turned out to be an estate sale we love being able to present; one with lust-worthy items in excellent vintage condition. In my opinion the note-worthy vintage items are naturally the hand-woven Persian rugs because they are things beauty and skill (and because I’m obsessed with them), but just as beautiful and skillful, though not my hoard of choice are the Victorian period quilts with provenance. The chairs and benches in this estate sale had me at first sight too!

Follow me on Instagram for sneak peak photos that may not be available here. 

7.3.14
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