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Point Loma Home of Former Owner of Karen's Consignment Gallery

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  • The address for this sale in San Diego, CA 92106 will no longer be shown since it has already ended.
Sun
Aug 27
9am to 3pm
2017

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Highest quality furniture and home accessories including art, rugs, hundreds of books, televisions, bric-a-brac, tools, and so much more

Furniture:  Rattan twin canopy bed from Australia, wicker trunk, 3-piece modern dinette,  three-piece set of Eurolux patio furniture with teak table top (designer quality), 2 patio chaise lounges, Kreiss jute armchair, vintage Woodard wrought iron 5-piece patio set, several rattan armchairs, antique gout bench, silver-leaf goat-leg designer occasional table, several misc tables and stands; hand-carved wood urn lamp,  mahogany display side table, round gilt mirror, carpeted bed steps (for dog); antique wall cabinets, vintage Sligh painted dresser (black)

Art:  Original pen & inks by Robert Mills Parker, original oil painting, signed poster (Joseph Wambaugh), framed letterpress posters

Rugs:  Semi-antique Persian Malayar runner 3' x 18', semi-antique Sarouk 6'10" x 9'9", semi-antique Persian Lilihan 3'5" x 3'4", zebra-patterned rug from Horchow's 8'6" x 11'6", woven rug from Pier I

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Televisions:  Samsung 27" High Definition TV, old Sharp 14" TV

Accessories:  Vases, pottery, crocks, lots of interesting candlesticks, kitchenware, glassware, collectible bookends, Black art jockey, carved wood wall sconce; many signed art pieces and sculptures; Asian carvings, antique Japanese shrine, antique rice mold, antique Japanese utensil set, Antique Asian carved gold-leaf goddess, decorator pillows, Chinese hat, set of Parisian bath towels by Yves Delorme (from Everett Stunz in La Jolla), floral & fruit arrangements, gift wrap & ribbons; ice buckets, baskets, miniature chairs, and much, much more

Books:  Antiquarian, beautiful bindings, novels, biographies, history, mysteries, cookbooks, true crime, architecture, art, interior design, self help, Oriental rugs, gardening, miniature books, etc.

Misc:  1988 Smith-Corona electric typewriter, Andrew Weil juicer, 1960s Sunbeam Mixmaster, old magazines, games, garden tools, BBQ grill (FREE), folding shopping cart, Joyce Chen wok, etc.

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