Monday, October 16, 2017


Jadeite Dishware

There was an estate sale this past weekend, close to our house, held by Again L.A. Estate Sales. WOW! I've never seen so many multiples outside of a department store in my life! The house was lovely, a very nice, 2-story Spanish Revival with a curved, wrought iron staircase in the red-tiled entry hall. The kitchen counters were covered in Spanish tiles, wood floors, lots of built-ins. This house was built in 1930....very elegant.

Photo by Mr. Larry
Photo by Larry Underhill

The sale started on Thursday. By the time I was able to go on Saturday afternoon, many of the top items were gone. HOWEVER, this house was so loaded with stuff, that there were still plenty of treasures.
Depression Glass

The collection of Depression Glassware, Fiesta-style dishware and Jadeite pieces was massive. I managed to snag a few pieces for me and a friend. Brenda requested some blue, green, aqua dishes and cereal bowls. 
Brenda's Dishes

Fiesta, Coronado, Vernon, Bauer Dishware
Duck Decoys and Irons
Larry Photo


There were musical instruments, shelves of bells, antique irons, coffee grinders, duck decoys and so many original paintings. It seems that the lady of the house was an artist. Every single room in that large, 2-story house was packed with canvases. She was technically a good painter, but nothing spoke to me.

Photo by Larry

Again L.A. is one of the most organized and fair estate sale companies in L.A. I would recommend them to anyone, and I have! We always enjoy their sales, whether we buy anything or not!
Photo by Larry

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