Incredible West Village Estate Sale – 3 DAYS!

Thursday July 16th, Friday July 17th, Saturday July 18th

8:00am – 3:00pm

678 Parker Street

Detroit, Michigan 48214

(Off of Jefferson)

This historical home (and all FOUR floors) is filled to the brim with tens of thousands of items. We are offering beautiful furniture including Bernhardt chests, mahogany Governor Winthrop secretary, Natchez, mahogany breakfront, Natchez mahogany carver with marble top, barrister bookcase, upholstered sofas, upholstered chairs, cream upholstered sectional, wood and glass display cabinets, pair of Chinese carved dragon chairs, blue upholstered bench, wood fireplace surround, brass and glass tables, red upholstered pouf, dining room furniture, upholstered wing chairs, Biedermeier style chest/desk, painted furniture, cherry bedroom suite, mirrored piano coffee table, and more.

Decorative items include hundreds of framed artwork and prints, carpets and rugs, Waterford, Baccarat, Steuben, crystal, Royal Doulton china, Lladro, Royal Copenhagen, Bing & Grondahl, thousands of ceramic and pottery items, marble items, tons of brass items (including candlesticks, figurines, etc.), hundreds of silver plate items, wonderful lamps and chandeliers, collection of lovely mirrors, collection of Toby mugs, collection of plastic and glass grapes, collection of paperweights, collection of marble eggs, Wedgwood “Queensware”, books, magazines, metal bust of Einstein, bed and bath linens, floral items, collection of flatware sets, holiday items, and so, so much more.

This is almost a repeat of last summer’s Indian Village sale. You are going to love this sale. Plan on spending a couple hours to see all the incredible items we are offering.

Street numbers will be honored and exchanged at 7:30am Thursday morning.

Our numbers will be available at 7:30am Thursday only.

Please note: We are requiring masks to be worn as you enter. We will be practicing social distancing. We will have space for pick ups. If you are elderly or compromised in some way, please call to make special arrangements.

Click here to read more about the historic West Village/Indian Village and plan your visit around some local specialties.

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