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Gettelman Mansion Holiday Sale November 27

Nov. 23, 2010

Gettelman Mansion Holiday Sale

2929 W. Highland Blvd. • Milwaukee

Saturday, November 27 • 9AM-4PM

 

Using the historic Gettelman Mansion for a backdrop, this one-day Holiday Sale features an eclectic array of fine arts, antiques and vintage clothing. You’ll find unique gifts for everyone on your shopping list and a little something for yourself too. This sale only happens once a year, so mark your calendar because you won’t want to miss this exclusive shopping event!

 

Fine arts and eclectic treasures will be offered by these local artists and collectors:

Avatar Antiques & Collectibles

 

Beehive Alchemy – Natural Basics for bath, body & home

 

Fireworks Pottery by Sabina Diehr & Leslie Martin

 

James Steeno – Original Watercolors, limited edition prints, & fine art notecards

 

Julie Paasch-Anderson – Original jewelry, vintage & semi-precious beads

 

Leslie’s Vintage Clothing & Accessories

 

Tria’s Whimsies – Hand-painted bowls, boxes, & cards

 

Zorabi – Jewelry by Zora Martin.

 

Cash or personal check will be accepted for all purchases made during the sale.

 

Non-perishable food items are being collected during the Holiday Sale to be donated to Hunger Task Force.

 

Free parking available behind Gettelman Mansion and on the street.

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