Hey all! Thanks a bundle to everyone who showed up at our Pembridge Elk Grove Estate Sale and helped us to completely empty the house for the family to rent it. What an amazing task that was and we are so happy you all came by to assist us in the job. Gracias! The place looks empty and fantastically clean!
For our next exciting production we invite you down to the ESH Gallery at 2900 Franklin Blvd Sacramento 95818 to shop from a gigantic relocation sale. Get on your vintage shopping boots that are made for walking as you enter into a psychedelic time warp and float back to the 60s and 70s when bright yellow, lime green and vibrant orange was ‘just the ticket’ to ride!
This home was owned by a world traveler and much of what she loved and cherished had already been moved back and forth to Hawaii for many years. She settled into this gigantic mansion in Pilot Hill to live out her remaining days. We are very fortunate the family opted to have us relocate the enormous content of her home, back down to the gallery (no room to park on this perfect vista) so that we can share these relics with all of you.
If you love vintage clothes, ephemera, books, music, electronics, costume jewelry, toys, games, vintage glass and ceramics, colorful artwork and period furniture as well as tools and garden goodies, this is JUST the place for you to stop by. There is also a fair amount of military clothes, pins and memorabilia we just discovered and will offer at the sale.
We’ll be open for your shopping pleasure Thursday May 5th from 9am-6pm, Friday May 6th from 9am-6pm and Saturday May 7th from 7am-2pm.
Our prices will start out fair as well as offerings of our $100 raffle, coffee and donuts and then we’ll move to half price at 12noon on Thursday. We’ll continue at half price from then on until 12noon on Saturday when we will offer box-lot pricing of $5 fills a banana or apple sized box until we finish at 2pm on Saturday. We will have the ENTIRE front of the store for free items at 2pm on Saturday. We are excited to have you stop by and for those of you who don’t know the area, there is plenty of parking in the back of the Gallery and side streets.
Thanks once more for your patronage and also the read.
Jen and crew