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$1.8M Luxury Sunset Hills Estate Sale Filled With Restoration Hardware & Pottery Barn

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Dec 07
9am to 4pm
Dec 08
9am to 4pm
Dec 09
9am to 4pm

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Sunset Hills KC ESTATE SALE //  This beautiful home in Sunset Hills by Loose Park is full of contemporary furniture including Restoration Hardware, Pottery Barn, room rugs from The Knotty Rug, and Stanley Young America. Complete description and 100+ photos will be posted as the sale approaches.

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Living Room & Dining Room Furniture:

Henredon Leather Company down-filled “Canyon” sofa, Restoration Hardware zinc-top “Mercantile” sideboard, Restoration Hardware baluster trestle dining table (7’ length), Restoration Hardware “Wallpaper Factory” bar cart, Restoration Hardware “French Casement” double-door sideboard and hutch, pair of Restoration Hardware “Belfort” Belgian linen wingback chairs, pair of Kristin Drohan Collection diamond-tufted sofas, chess table with burl inlays and barley twist legs, Restoration Hardware French partners desk, Pulaski hand-decorated oxbow buffet, Restoration Hardware Parisian cornice shelf, pair of gilt fauteuils with nailhead trim, pair of Restoration Hardware tufted linen armchairs, Drexel Heritage upholstered fauteuil, Michaels Amish Furniture Mission oak file cabinet, pair of Restoration Hardware linen side chairs, copper-top occasional table, Restoration Hardware tufted Belgian linen ottoman, Bassett leather sofa and matching armchair with ottoman, Bassett down-filled sofa, Michael Tanner Furnishings coffee table, Pottery Barn Manchester swivel desk chair, zinc-top coffee table with cast metal trestles, Kincaid by La-Z-Boy dining table with four chairs, Mercana Greenock bar cart, tufted faux-leather storage bench, pair of round glass-top end tables, Eagle Industries three-piece entertainment center, tufted leather ottoman, painted wooden bench, Calia Italy armchair and ottoman, antique marble top lamp table, Pottery Barn Kids children’s table and four chairs


Bedroom Furniture:

Pottery Barn Kids twin-over-full bunk bed with storage, Pottery Barn Kids Belden twin bunk bed and matching chest of drawers, king bed with leather headboard, full bed with Serta mattress, Young America by Stanley dresser with hutch, Thomasville leather bench with X-stretcher, Nichols and Stone cherry nightstand, Nadeau three-drawer media armoire, Bassett full bed with matching dresser with hutch and media armoire, Pottery Barn Valencia oval table, Pottery Barn Kids desk with hutch top, Pottery Barn Kids nesting desk, storage chest, five drawer chest-on-chest, Young America by Stanley nightstand, computer desk, cherry bench with cushion


Art & Decor:

Antiqued mirror dressing screen with gold leafing, 6’x9’ hand-knotted wool rug purchased from the Knotty Rug, pair of Italian gilt wall sconces, all light fixtures, window drapery, several original oil landscapes on canvas, Eric Snoderley “skyline” mosaic artwork, pair of signed Danielle Desplan mixed media pieces, pottery barn cast metal candelabras, variety of traditional and contemporary framed wall mirrors, fireplace screens, bronze bust, floor and table lamps, picture frames, general decor



Women’s contemporary closet. Large variety of sizes including several XS-S, but some medium, Large and XL pieces.

Great selection of contemporary designer dresses including Alice and Olivia cream and black ruched dress, Adrianna Papell Evening sequin cocktail dress, Oscar de La Renta sweater, Christian Dior sweater, Nicole Miller bodycon dress, Eliza J, Lilly Pulitzer knit lace maxi dress, vintage sequin & beaded yellow and cream dress from Henry's, Vintage cocktail dress with pink lace flower overlay with beads and rhinestone embellishments from “Well Made”, BCBG Maxazria brown woven wool blend coat with belt and hood, Arietta, Emanuel Ungaro 2 piece fashion suit (size petite), Diane Von Furstenberg wrap shirt, Eileen Fisher open front olive green cardigan, Anthropologie, French Connection, Nanette Lepore, Alessandro Miele, BCBG Maxazria, Banana Republic, White House Black Market, Laundry by Shelli Segal, J. Crew, Urban Outfitters, Athleta, Kensie, Anne Klein, Johnston & Murphy, Bebe, Lauren by Ralph Lauren, Alfani, J Jill, Ann Taylor Loft, Pendleton, Maurices, Talbots, The Limited, and many other brands. 


Shoes include: (large range of sizes from 5.5 - 11) Tory Burch strap heel sandals with bows 6.5, AGL cap toe flats, Frye moccasin booties, Donald J. Pliner open back heels 8m, Sam Edelman 8m, Stuart Weitzman rhinestone heel pumps 8.5, Bakers ankle boots 7B, Valleverde italian heels 39, Alessandro Dell’Acqua low heels 37, Cavallini italian leather pumps size 7C, Roberto Capucci 9B, Banana Republic, Ros Hommerson pumps 9.5MM, Sofft size 11m, Anne Klein iflex, Born clogs, Chinese laundry mesh ankle boots 6.5, Johnston and Murphy perforated leather mules, Nike 10.5 & 8.5, Toms W5.5, and Fila 7.5,


Purses: B. Makowsky Turnlock Seoul black leather hobo purse, Ralph Lauren suede leather drawstring tote with braided handle, Coach Sonoma soft natural grain pebbled leather purse #4927, coach Ashley signature carryall factory outlet purse #F15510, kate spade black shoulder purse, Kate Spade wicker basket purse, Kate spade turquoise rubber purse with bow, Kate spade red wallet, Lauren Ralph Lauren tote with leather trim and braided handle, TUMI messenger gray tote, Gianni Chiarini Italian leather tote, Cole Haan black leather hobo purse, several banana republic has, Lucky brand leather hobo purse, vintage Morris Moskowitz quilted purse, Liebeskind Berlin leather purse, Banana Republic, Steve Madden  Pendleton small backpack, Charming Charlie, several vera bradley, Marc Fisher, Betseyville by Betsey Johnson silver metallic laptop case,


Drapes and curtains:

Two matching window treatments both include pair of Restoration Hardware velvet panels in gray (size 91”x102” per panel) with pole and hardware, girls window treatment includes pottery barn kids two blackout panels and two pottery barn kids sheer curtains (44”x96” per panel) with double rod and hardware, pair of matching boys window treatments each includes pottery barn kids nautical pair of curtain panels (95”x43” per panel) with rod and hardware, two matching window treatments each include pair of pottery barn 100% silk panels fully lined in cotton (104”x84” per panel) rod and hardware, two matching window treatments each include custom made blackout curtains (96”x97” per pane) - one panel in one set has a burn hole-, window treatment with pair of custom made drapes (131”x37” per panel) with fringe and scroll motif with pole & tie backs & hardware.

Boys and girls trendy closet sizes S-L including a burberry nova check button down boy’s dress shirt, and other pieces from Juicy couture, Gap Kids, Mini Boden, Hanna Andersson, Nike, Old Navy and many others.



A few nice pieces of modern jewelry Includes a Marlyn Schiff design #9076 multi strand brown suede and lapis bead necklace, a Banana Republic white bead and clear crystal statement bib necklace, Kendra Scott 40” silver tone chain necklace with 10-station aqua colored ovals, TC signed silver tone festoon necklace with swag chain strands and 5 station discs embellished with clear round rhinestones, Stella and Dot silver tone Renegade stretch bracelet with spikes and clubs motif, WSL aqua bead tassel and brass tone chain necklace, Banana Republic thick curved stretch panel bracelet in off white enamel and clear rhinestone accents, and a few more leather and stretch bracelets.


Art book collection:

A collection of several dozen coffee table, photography, museum exposition magazines, and art books including:

Annie Leibovitz’s “a photographer's life”, Annie Leibovitz’s “women”, “the photographs of Annie Leibovitz’s 1970-1990”, Annie Leibovitz’s “at work”, Annie Leibovitz’s “Olympic portraits”, Richard Avedon “performance”, Richard Avedon “Woman in the mirror”, Richard Avedon “The Kennedys portrait of a family”, Clay Ends “Watchmen Portraits”, National Geographic “On Assignment USA” 1968, “Dali” arranged by Max Gerard, “Roy Lichtenstein 1970-1980” by Jack Cowart, “Matthew Zupnick” daum museum of contemporary art - signed by Matthew Zupnick, Frank Loyd Wright & Madison: “Eight Decades of Artistic and Social Interaction”, Norman Rockwell’s “america”, “The world of Winslow homer”, Edward Hopper, Georgia O’Keeffe, Edward Steichen, Auguste Rodin, Walker Evans, Alex Katz, Edvard munch, Robert mangold, frieze Week, Zaida Ben-Yusuf, “Trademarks and Symbols” vol. 1 & 2 by yasaburo Kuwayama, “museum of modern art Modigliani”, “Expochgo 16”, “Michael Michaeledes”, columns from the Galerie Michael Haas, “the Michael and Julie Hall collection of American Folk Art”, “The Louvre”, Basel volumes, “Philadelphia Museum of Art Handbook of the Collections”, “Selected Works The Minneapolis Institute of Arts”,Hallmark Photographic Collection An American Century of Photography” 2nd edition, and more



Indiana Guitar Co. Mojave acoustic guitar with case, variety of toys including LEGO and stuffed animals, Sony Bravia 32” LCD TV with wall mount, linens including Coyuchi, board games, some holiday decor, several lacrosse sticks and tennis rackets, Austin Healthmate Jr, Wii with games and accessories, two stainless steel microwaves, books, luggage and athletic bags, CDs, window panes, Singer Talent sewing machine, Monster Power HTS 2600


...and much more.

Thank you for looking,

-the Brown Button Team




Q: Do you accept credit cards and/or checks at your sale?

A: We accept credit and debit cards without a minimum.  We accept checks under $30 with valid ID.

Q: Do you do any pre-sales or previews before the official opening day?

A: No we do not. We’re not fond of the idea of only letting a select few in a sale early to pick it over. Our sales and the items inside are offered first come, first serve at the official opening day of the sale.

Q: What is your refund policy?

A: We offer a same-day refund to customers with a receipt for an item that they have purchased and found to be in a non-working condition.

Q: If I purchase a large item, how do I handle the pick-up? 

A: Unfortunately, we do not offer delivery. We have partnered with Bungii for large item delivery. Download their easy to use app to request a driver and a truck who will come to the sale, load and deliver your item. Please note, if your item is too large for one person to carry they may need assistance unloading. Use coupon code BBUTTON to save $10 on your first delivery.

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