BY APPT ONLY – Contact Now-Designer Moving – Exquisite Lifetime Collections and more!

This sale in Oak View, CA 93022 is a “By Appointment” sale. Please see sale info below for details or view more here:

Thu, Sep 20 – 10am to 5pm
Fri, Sep 21 – 10am to 5pm
Sat, Sep 22 – 10am to 5pm
Sun, Sep 23 – 10am to 5pm

We are taking appointments now. This is Client occupied.

We are so excited to offer this ‘By Appointment Only’ Estate Sale. This is the home of a designer who has curated his favorite items over his lifetime. He is moving closer to his son and letting it all go.

Here is a list of several items being offered:

Hermés Inspired Bookcase – made of wood and covered in leather, gilding, embossed hand-tooled ‘books’ – Amazing! He was told it was ‘Hermés’ but no documentation so we can only call it ‘inspired’. It’s incredible. Photos coming.

Authentic Vintage Mid-Century Knoll-Saarinen 42″ white dining table and 2 Tulip Armchairs with Tomato Soup Red seat cushions. Second owner. Mint condition. Paired with 2 designer bent wood bamboo chairs.

Herman Miller repurposed consoles

Grey Mid-century Modern style sofa 84″

White Loveseat, tailored barrel chairs, A. Rudin daybed, Gump’s chair and ottoman, authentic vintage metal and glass adjustable Eileen Gray table, chrome rolling bar cart, Chrome with Brass Trim Etagere ‘bamboo’ tubing

Metal console table with doors

Town and Country O’Keefe & Merritt 6 burner stove with 2 baking ovens (14″ wide, 19″ deep, 13″ high each oven) 1 “Grillevator” oven, 1 broiler oven, 1 warming oven, 2 utensil storage drawers, clock – all owned by one family Overall Dimensions: 56″ W x 28 ½”D x 58″H

Rugs, hide

The most sublime box collection: tramp art, antique tea caddy, shaker, artist signed, Ronson, metal, ceramic, bone, etc. etc.

Asian art, accessories

Art: Cornelis Botke 1887-1954 Botke was primarily a landscape painter but was also known as a skilled etcher and block printer. Born in Holland, he eventually ended up in Santa Paula with his artist wife. Botke has an extensive art background with the Art Institute of Chicago, taught at the Carmel Arts and Crafts and has had his work shown many times at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (1931, 1933, 1934, 1938 and 1939) and also at the Art Institute of Chicago.

BROWN JORDAN Vintage outdoor pieces: chairs, chaises, loveseat/sofa (extremely hard to find)

Art Deco end table

Art Deco end table with lights – very ‘cruise ship’ feel

Art Deco bench – repurposed with beveled glass top into a coffee table – one of a kind

potted plants

…………..and more……….