The home of long-time Brentwood family with many treasures from world travels. Highlights
include a 1984 Olympic Torch (with accessories and provenance), aviation manuals, books,
histories, model planes, Chinese ceramics, watercolors and ink, Ken Light photography portfolio and
publications, vintage Mardi gras coins, an extensive collection of vintage swizzle sticks from Las Vegas, Miami,
Los Angeles and New Orleans, vintage barware, original artwork, antique scale,
mid-century furniture, vintage barware, Gorham sterling silver flatware service
for 12 with serving pieces, art books, vintage office furniture, bookcases, Herman Miller Aeron
chair (in excellent condition), costume jewelry including sterling silver and Chinese export pieces, vintage
linens, Issey Miyake Bao Bao bag, and a rack filled with vintage clothing -- both classic 50s-60s vintage
and ethnic Mexican pieces from the 1970s.
Street parking is available and please be aware that the house has a number of different levels with
many steps between the entry, living and dining rooms, so please use caution when in the home.
Masks will be required.
Look forward to seeing you there!