Hi Everyone, We are having a fantastic estate sale on Friday the 15th through Sunday the 17th. This Spanish style house sits on five lots, has three detached garages, and was purchased in the 1960's along with the contents so this is really a Double Estate Sale. The prior owners owned a chain of restaurants in the area. Both the furniture and fixtures complement the Spanish motif. The owners after that also have their own interesting story. The gentleman was the former owner of a ski lodge and a marine store. The lady of the house was a Hollywood clothing designer and clothier for actress Dina Shore. We are excited to bring to you this eclectic, stylistic and varied sale! The address to the sale is 2415 Boyer Ave. E, 98112. Head South across the University Bridge and take a left at the first light, Fuhrman road. (if you're heading north on Eastlake Ave, take a right before the bridge. Fuhrman turns into Boyer. After you pass under the 520 bridge, the next intersection is Everett and Boyer. The sign up sheet will be on the front garage door. Parking the day of the sale is on Boyer Ave. only. Be prepared to walk up a steep hill to access the house. This house is filled with an eclectic mixture of items. We have lots of furniture that reflect the style of the structure. There are cases of collectibles, vintage clothing, material, tons of kitchen items, china, rugs, art, jewelry, collectible bottles and jars, ephemera, mini printing press and a large array of everything. The Spanish style stucco house with tile roof will also be up for sale! We are adding photos daily as we set-up, so check-in for updates. http://www.EstateSales.NET/estate-sales/WA/Seattle/98112/700050 FURNITURE: Many pieces of furniture including a beautiful asymmetrical glass front cabinet, a Victorian shelving unit and a corner shelf, a set of four country rush chairs, a large Spanish style dining room table with ornate chairs and matching buffet with an alabaster top (beautiful!). A gold and glass serving cart, a pair of inlaid end tables with a matching coffee table, a rare piano stool with a back, a Hepplewhite style chair, Victorian (chair, seat and rocking chair), Baroque style credenza, an early sideboard with dragon carvings, a pair of early marble top end tables, decorative wrought iron bench and marble top table, three parlor tables, other misc. small furniture pieces, lamps, standing lamps, a pair of wrought iron Spanish style scroll lighting fixtures and other smaller fixtures. WOW! COLLECTIBLES: There are cases of smalls including jewelry, military, patches, lighters, cigarette tins, buttons, perfume bottles, small porcelain figurines, a pair of aviator glasses, ashtrays, bottles and much more. There is a wide array of ephemera as well including maps of AK, WA, and BC among others, military papers, some postcards, photos, 1940's menus including NYC, brochures etc. Also is a pinball machine with bathing beauties. KITCHEN AND APPLIANCES: There is a large amount of kitchen utensils from the most recent residents and the past owner who ran a chain of renowned local restaurants including the famous Windjammer where most of us Seattleites have got our groove on back in the day and the Twin Tepee's by Green Lake where we went to eat after the club closed! Included are pots and pans, a mixer, Vitamix, an early juicer, dishes (some restraint ware), glasses and pitchers. Come and get your canning jars, harvest is coming soon, there are lots of early ones (mostly qt.) some are more collectible than others. Also not one but two Gibson freezers. CLOTHING: As mentioned above, the lady of the house dressed actress and singer Dinah Shore while she lived in Hollywood. Maybe that explains why when the family was getting ready for her 90th birthday that they found out that she was really turning 100! (I am now almost 39 by the way). There are closets full of classy attire especially from the 50's and 60's but also earlier and later pieces. Also designer shoes size 7.5 -- 8.5, some hats and gloves. There are some men's clothes and a good amount of ties. CHINA: Featured are many nice pieces of china, porcelain and glass. Most notable is the large English bowl, serving trays, Minton's gold and ivory dishes, a set of four rare Heinrich and Co. plates, purple glass, glass candleholders, silver plate serving pieces and flatware, early English decorator plates, Wedgewood Christmas Plates, stemware and some Nippon pieces. ART: The many pieces of art include oils, lithographs, etchings, prints and lots of mirrors, some ornately framed and a few very large in size. RUGS: The large assortment of rugs includes a large 12'x9' Afghanistan rug and three other smaller in size. A 15' machine made runner in the same style, four oval hook rugs (the white one is huge and there is a medium and small oval handmade from the Priscilla Turner Rug. Co. in Maine, and a few smaller area rugs. SEWING: There is are many rolls of fabric, lots of it is drapery and upholstery material and some are quite large in size. Also, are rolls of fringe and other sewing accessories including a large amount of buttons. We have two sewing machines, one is a Singer fold up and the other is heavy duty made by the American Blind Stitch Machine Company. Also included are some hand sewn quilts including one in especially good condition and one is an early crazy quilt that needs some repair. MUSIC: The console is by Magnavox with amazing high fidelity sound. The records are 78's, 33's and 45's. Some of the early 45's are mint and have never been opened of the Capitol Records label. There is also a reel to reel. The player piano is by the Victor Chicago Company and there are also plenty of player piano rolls when you're fingers need a rest. GARDEN and MISC: There are pots, some garden supplies, crates, wire fencing, some ornamental iron, copper square planters, an outdoor metal rack (perfect for a greenhouse) and lots of misc. MARINE SUPPLIES: As the former owner of a marine supply store, we have boxes of unused accessories. This includes, gauges, switches, meters, connectors, wire and electrical supplies. There are two midcentury boat motors, one is an Evinrude 25 model and the other is a Johnson SEA-10 model. Too much to mention! The address will be posted on our website at GGGEstateServices.com and to our E-Mail family around 7:00pm Thursday night. We put a sign-up sheet on the garage door at that time and people can come by to write their name. Please sign-up only your name. We have a large staff to facilitate the sale and check-out and let as many people in as possible to minimize the line. Hours are Friday and Saturday, 9:00AM -- 4:00PM, Sunday 10:00-- 4:00PM Everything's Going Going Gone. . ... So come on by and say hi! David and Cindy K. Going Going Gone Estate Services Inc.