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Garage Sale, you say

by - Thursday, June 19, 2008

I guess rich folks have garage sales just like the rest of us. My friend Toni sent me this link. By the looks of the goods on sale, you won’t be finding any “2 for $1” tables anywhere. You could probably find some good deals though for high quality pieces at less than astronomical prices.

I’ve never been to an estate sale, though I always tell HandyMan we should drop by ones we’ve seen advertised in Rosedale or Bloor West Village or other hoity-toity areas of the city. I did score this chandelier though years ago on ebay. Supposedly it came from an estate sale in Kentucky. It only cost me $45 so its lofty provenance was doubtful. No matter. It looked smashing in the old condo. But with all the renos going on in the new house (and the lack of any progress in renovating the bedrooms), the chandelier currently sits wrapped in blankets in my basement. What a shame. Let’s get a move on, HandyMan… I want to hang up my pretty little light.

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  1. Oh, I'd love to go to an estate sale but Im not sure how to find where they are. Ive never seen an ad in the paper for them or anything like that. You should totally go - you never know what you might find!

  2. Anonymous10:08 AM

    hey, i could help you out and take that chandelier off your hands if you're gonna keep it boxed up :)


  3. Great score! I've seen different versions of that lotus pendant out there and they're not cheap! Target had one for $300 once. Where ya gonna hang it? Just being nosy =)

  4. How gorgeous! I recently saw this on a website and fell in love...can't for the life of me remember which one though. I'm so very jealous of your find!

  5. I think we're going to hang it in the living room... it deserves to be in the spotlight ;)


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