We have a house chock-full of treasures for you this week, in Union! Our sale is from February 7-9. We have deck furniture, all kinds of household appliances, Yankees memorabilia, Elvis collectibles, antiques, beauty parlor equipment, prints, clothes, books, kitchen items, and so much more! For complete details and additional pictures, click here.
Come say hello to us at our two-day sale in Lodi, February 1-2. We have vinyl, religious figurines, prints, vintage collectibles, household appliances, garden tools and all types of furniture. For complete details and additional pictures, click here.
Celebrate a new year by joining us at our West New York sale, January 17-19. We have a house packed full of treasures, including antique furniture and collectible figurines. We also have books, vinyl, dolls, CDs, linens, china, shoes, clothes and tools. For complete details and additional pictures, click here. See you there!
Get into the holiday spirit by hunting for one-of-a-kind deals at our Clifton sale, December 13-15. This week’s highlights include mid-century furniture, retro film posters, and vintage Gucci. We also have fur coats, books, CDS, linens, china, and tools. For complete details and additional pictures, click here. See you there!
With its origins in 16th century Venice, milk glass comes in a range of colors, among them white, pink, green, and yellow. It became popular during the Victorian era, when it was seen as a cheaper alternative to porcelain. Due to wide-spread production in the 50s and 60s, mid-century pieces from companies like Fenton, Westmoreland and Anchor Hocking are readily available today. One way to make sure that a piece is the real deal (60’s and earlier) is to hold it up to the light. Antique milk glass was made with iridized salts, and this produces a halo effect of iridescent reds, blues and greens. Take a look at this Pinterest board to get some great ideas on how to decorate with milk glass.
We are having a two-day sale this week, May 11-12, in Wyckoff, NJ. More details, hours, and address information are here. Items for sale include marble furniture, art prints, bedroom sets, instruments, kitchenwares, Lenox china and electronics. Stop by and see us!
Here’s a great tip when it comes to gift shopping for your loved ones: estate sales. With a little luck and a bit of planning, you can find all kinds of great deals in one place—a good estate sale is the ultimate in thrifty one-stop shopping.
Mother’s Day is coming up in May, so how about showing mom how much you appreciate her by gifting her with a something unique? How about a lovely porcelain bowl, Fenton glass, or a vintage brooch? Looking for presents for the men in your life? Think power tools, antique appliances, or baseball cards.
Some finds need to be fixed up and shown a little love, so if DIY is your thing, get ready to dive in with tools and paint! Not into getting your hands dirty? That’s alright, many items at estate sales have been gently used.
Whatever you end up going home with will be personalized and unique, not something from a big box store. And just think, not only are you helping your bottom line, but the planet as well, by re-using and recycling!