HUGE Tag Sale Old Avon Village "Old Village Antiques" , Avon, Ct.
I stumbled across a BIG Estate Sale taking place Saturday January 29th and Sunday January 30th at Old Village Antiques, LLC. Owner Stephen Gero has filled the building next to his store, Old Village Antiques with what he is calling his "Estate Sale Overflow".
Whopper Indoor Tag Sale at Old Village Antiques Annex
While shopping at Old Village Antiques during the week, the gal working the desk spilled the beans and told me Stephen was next door getting ready for a whopper indoor Tag Sale. Stephen let me into the building ahead of time to take some photos to show you what he will be letting go of this weekend at Tag Sale prices.
What You Will Find At The Avon, Connecticut Estate Overflow Sale
You will find lots of old books, ceramics, glassware, paintings, prints, decoys, hammered aluminum, pictures frames, furniture, Mid-Century, lighting, kitchen-wares, Depression glass, serving pieces, chairs, mirrors, candlesticks, decorative accessories, rugs and more.
Stephen Gero is well known for his high quality antiques and decor. He told me that when he is offered an estate sale and goes to "clean out" homes he accumulates so much stuff that he needs to liquidate the overflow.
Bargains At Old Village Antiques Tag Sale
I found many very fairly priced items at this very exciting Overflow sale which will take place on Saturday January 29th and Sunday January 30th from 9:00 to 4:00 P.M. next door to Old Village Antiques. The sale is located at 25 east Main Street, Avon, CT in the Old Avon Village Complex. 860- 674-8621
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