THIS SALE HAS VERY VERY HIGH END ITEMS - FOR EXAMPLE REAL FABERGE SILVER! (I am doing a few presales for the silver if interested text me today - Weds) from the 1800's and very low end items like used dog supplies. It is very odd and interesting. Everything but the silver is 1/2 off now! Silver is 25%.
This is one of those sales you hear about on Antiques Roadshow.
Finnish/Swedish Family - Inventor designers home - This house is very interesting, there are wonderful treasures and some great things for first time buyers. This family made their money in the 1970's and bought great true treasures at that time. In the last few years there has been an accumulation of things. Please note the family is still in the house and has a big dog - which on the day of the sale will be enclosed in a room. But for allergies (and burglers!) - please note!
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1997 Honda CRV 116,000 miles $2500, does not lock.
WE ARE MOVING THE SALE OF THE SILVER TO 12PM THE DAY OF THE SALE OR NEXT TUESDAY! 10 -12
THIS SALE HAS LOTS AND LOTS OF EVERYTHING!!!
Danish Furniture Danish Modern Mid Century
Antique French 18th Century Master Paintings
Painting from the Munchin Munich School
Mid Century Finnish glassware Arabia littalia
Great Large Driftwood pieces and natural forms
Craft supplies - an entire room
Lane locking Hope Chest
every possible fertilizer and cleaner and pesticide
and dog supplies
vintage picnic baskets
Never used YHC Knives from the 1950's japan
Pro set of MAC Knives New
Set of Ed Wusthof knives Trident Germany - Professional New Classic
Lawn mower etc
litalia glassware lots!
Coral & Sea shells
and much more here to uncover! Please check back!
IN CASE YOU ARE NOT FAMILIAR WITH FIRE MOUNTAIN - IT IS A SPECIAL NEIGHBORHOOD IN OCEANSIDE
Funky. Eclectic. Upscale. Rural. These words and their associated images might seem contradictory, but all are used by residents of Oceanside’s Fire Mountain to describe their community.
“It has a rustic, rural nature to it, even though it’s in the city. It’s very unique, it sits up high, and many … two-story buildings have a view of the ocean. It just has a flavor to it,” said Harriett Bledsoe, who moved to the neighborhood with her husband in the 1960s.
“I like the trees; I like the quiet; I like the views,” said Kris Nelson, an artist and a co-founder of Friends of Fire Mountain, an activist group. “It almost feels like you’re on the top of the mountain. (There are) lots of people who walk, so you can meet your neighbors when you take your dog for a walk. People are genuinely friendly here.”