Sherman Oaks Part 2

August 15, 2013 by  

Thursday is Pick-Up Day

Come pick up your purchases

and buy what you wanted to get at the sale

We will be closing down tomorrow

Thursday August 22 from 10:00 to 3:00

Paintings $15.00 each. Framed and Unframed

7 pc 60’s/70’s Oak Bedroom Set $250.00

19c Sideboard Buffet $375.00 OBO

Display Cabinets

Roll Top Desk $50.00

60’s Low Console Table, Side Table & China Cabinet $200.00

Antique 36″ x 42″ Display Cabinet $75.00

Lamps $25.00 Each (Except Lead & Glass Style)


Saturday August 17th 9am to 4 pm

Sunday August 18th 12 to 4pm

Monday August 19th 10am to 4pm

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Please no parking in garage/unit areas….only pick up there. Thank you.

Just east of Sepulveda and Magnolia.


Well, you thought that we were finished at the last sale…we weren’t. Only a few knew that in front of the garage where the car parks, the “Alice in Wonderland” size door contains a lot more things that we had no room for! We have worked this week to bring it all out and display for more gorgeous paintings and miscellaneous items to possess or re-sell. The prices are geared for anyone with a business or dealers with a store. The volume cannot be ignored; we must sell it all. For those of you who would like to buy ALL that is left, please hand us your name and phone number. We will make a deal for it all Monday afternoon.

So, for three more days Saturday, Sunday, and Monday we are finishing this vast collection of hundreds of original oil paintings, thousands of Asian silk pictures ($1 each and hand painted) & prints, good jewelry making parts (black pearls, real & freshwater pearls, amber, crystal, jade, bone, etc.) & high end jewelry not yet put on display or seen yet (14 Kt. gold, sterling & the afore-mentioned stones & gems), display cases not yet seen, jewelry making table, over 150 bags of jewelry beads and misc. parts like clasps, settings, wires, pendants, pins, bracelets, joiners & decorative pieces.

The pictures below will help you see what is left and what is new. The paintings have swelled in volume.

There is exercising equipment for dogs and man. Kitchen items, Bric-a-Brac, another 19th century side board buffet, men’s clothes $2 each piece and jackets $25 each. Men’s designer ties $1 each. The two large 8 panel wood/painted screens are still there and reduced from $1,000 each to $350 each. The French armoire is there and reduced to $450 from $1000. The ivory sofa is waiting for new sitters and many lamps with shades light up the house. The tall banana tree is still there ready to decorate your home, office or business. Glass blocks. Bricks. Plastic shelves & metal shelves. Mirrors. Ornately framed oil paintings. Bedding sets. Ornate Door curtain. Kenmore Washer and gas dryer.

There are hundreds of hand painted plates ($1 each), scarves ($1 each), and silk pillows ($7.50 each) designed by James McCammon. His art work and paintings are $5 to $10 to $20 to $40 to $75 to $100 each for the better ones. This is my first only blow out sale. This seems to be an exception after 18 ½ years. The owner is anxious to empty the house except for the bare necessities to live until he goes to see his family in Hong Kong.


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