Friday, May 14, 2010

. . . sale continues & new goodies coming in!

Thanks to savvy shoppers, many large treasures have

found new homes from my space at

Pacific Galleries in Seattle.

The big sale continues until the end of May,

so keep looking for markdowns (20 to 50% off) on treasures you've

had your eye on. At the same time, I'm bringing

in *new* merchandise to spice things up.

These include: mid-century, white vinyl chair (comfy!), 19th century

French-wire plant stand on wheels, industrial bin,

vintage music charts, industrial salvage art (see previous post),

vintage folding wire cart on wheels, antique Audubon birds print,

Japanese carved-wood Koi (carp)/hibachi hook, antique

spelter male figural lamp base (cherubs/seashells on the base),

turquoise glass "carboy" bottle, industrial glass & metal short table

(under the giant copper birdcage), and a FAB French bistro sign

* * ("A Bon Vin . . . Bon Bouchon") * *

Yes, this is an unusual mix. Rather than building

on a "theme" for my offering at Pac Gal, each item

is selected for its own special merits . . . always with an

eye on uniqueness, quality, patina and value.

My goal is to thrill customers . . . knowing they've found

true gems at a fair price. You can feel very comfortable

discussing your decor needs and desires with me. I'd really

love to hear from you!!

* Debi *


Jan LaFollette said...

Hoping to take the train to Seattle for a couple days later this summer. Is Pacific Galleris close to downtown? Love your industrial art work....pieces made to go together.

krys kirkpatrick said...

I love pacific gallery. I have stumbled into your is nice to meet a vendor there.