Red Truck Estate Sale This Weekend

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estatesaleThis high-end tag sale will feature art, antiques and decorative objects from some of the finest homes and businesses on the North Shore. Proceeds benefit the North Shore Land Alliance Green Vale School, 250 Valentines Lane, Old Brookville. July 12 & 13, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

Will feature a vast array of treasures from some of Long Island’s most prominent homes and businesses. Items for sale include fine art, furniture, antiques, fabric, jewelry, vintage accessories, decorative objects, porcelain, silver, rugs, garden furniture and statuary.

The Red Truck Estate Sale, founded on the principles of Renew, Reuse, Recycle, will offer an exclusive selection of pre-owned fine art and antiques, and will help benefit our local land and water. The event is a great opportunity for donors to de-clutter and give their items a new home, and for buyers to find rare treasures to adorn their houses and gardens. It’s a win-win for everyone, as proceeds from the event will go towards the North Shore Land Alliance, an organization working to protect and preserve, in perpetuity, the green spaces, farmlands, wetlands, groundwater and historical sites of Long Island’s North Shore.

Some of the high-end collectible porcelain items that will be on sale at the Red Truck Sale include a 19th century French reticulated fruit bowl, an 18th century Frankenthal figurine, a lidded 19th century two handled Chinese vase with Mandarin coloration, and a Chinese Famille Rose Enamel decorated vase. There will also be a wide range of antique chairs, ottomans, tables, mirrors, cabinets, bed frames, and armoires for sale.

Admission to the Red Truck Estate Sale on Saturday and Sunday is $5 per person. For further information, or to purchase tickets to the Benefit Preview Party, please contact the North Shore Land Alliance by phone (516) 626-0908, or email tagsale@northshorelandalliance.org.

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