Asian Artifacts, Jewelry, Rare Art And Fabric Estate Sale

Best that we have had to offer to date. If you love carvings, jade, treasures from the Orient, custom fabric, porcelains, glass, china, figurines, textiles, designer and vintage clothing, gold jewelry, true custom made everything, this sale will be a match made in heaven.

Join us Thursday Friday and Saturday July 26th -28th and we will show you the best that this town has to offer. What a lovely collection we will be bringing over to the hall for you to shop from. Thursday fair pricing 9am-12noon. Items will be discounted 12noon-6pm 20% of marked price. This discount will be for all items in the estate.

Friday 1/2 price on all items 9am-6pm.

Saturday 1/2 price 9am-12noon, $1 on most items 1pm-2pm, boxlot pricing 2pm-3pm on Saturday. We will have donation and free on Saturday from 3pm-4pm.

The address will be 5324 Riverside Blvd Sacramento Ca 95822. We will have ample parking. Amazing fresh fruit and cool water, hot coffee and $5 discount to each of the first 20 shoppers in line.

The following was lovingly shared by her family
Dolly was born in San Francisco in 1939 and grew up as the youngest of five children. She lived just two blocks from Ghirardelli Square and graduated from Galileo High School in 1958. She competed in the Miss Chinatown Pageant in 1963 and was awarded Miss Congeniality. Shortly after, she married Buck Louie and moved to Sacramento where she lived for 49 years.

During her time in Sacramento, Dolly was very active in many community organizations. In the 1980s and 1990s she served as a board member and president of the Asian Chamber of Commerce. She became the lead organizer of the Jinan Sister City project and later served as one of the founding members of the Pacific Rim Street Festival. She also worked in close liaison with Frank Fat and his foundation to help organize many fundraising and charitable events. Her appreciation of art led her to promote the Chinese artist Shimo and also sponsor the Crocker Art Museum.

Dolly currently resides in a senior apartment in Honolulu near Waikiki. She enjoys fresh papaya and pastries for breakfast, playing mah-jong with friends in the afternoon and taking occasional shopping trips to the Ala Moana Mall. She relishes the mild temperatures, gentle trade winds and “hang-loose” lifestyle of the islands.

We will update photos Wednesday evening.

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