Paul Wegner bronze sculptures for sale March 5-6

Mar 2, 2016

This Paul Wegner bronze sculpture “Close Enough for Jazz” signed by the gifted American artist is stunning. Photos don’t do it justice. You take one look at it and it simply stops you in your tracks. You feel compelled to soak it in, to lose yourself in time as your eyes roam the piece from every angle. Jazz music seems to enter your mind out of nowhere as you study the concentration in the hands and faces of the musicians. You wonder about the extraordinary amount of time the artist put into the piece. Pangs of angst and regret strike you if you step away from it without buying it right there on the spot. You know you’re simply not likely to happen by the piece again. The artist only made 175 of them...

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Fall in love with collectibles at Falls Church estate sale March 5-6

Mar 1, 2016

Our March 5-6 Falls Church estate sale at 1746 Pimmit Drive is a classic All-American sale brimming with art, antiques and collectibles that every American loves! One of the owners of the home was a former fireman, Lions Club member and Washington Redskins season ticket holder. He and his wife collected everything from advertising, toys and music boxes to firefighting gear, football memorabilia and trading pins. We unleashed an avalanche of great stuff from their attic and basement that is all displayed next to the family’s treasures they kept on the main floor of the house. Check out 700 photos and counting of our Falls Church estate sale and make plans to attend the sale now. More photos and updated information will be added as we continue to organize the sale. No early birds....

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Gas leak, flood and stray dog can’t stop Falls Church estate sale...

May 7, 2013

The second day of our latest Falls Church estate sale opened with a rush of shoppers seizing Sunday bargains. The house was packed with Orion’s Attic fans. People were calling for help from all directions. One voice, though, was louder and more stern than the others. “Excuse me,” he said. “I think you have a gas leak in the kitchen.” I raced to the kitchen and caught a nose hair-turning whiff of gas coming from the stove area. I wheeled around 360 degrees to make sure no one in the vicinity was smoking, called 9-1-1 and gave the dispatcher the low-down. She told me to evacuate everyone from the home immediately and close all the windows and doors to make it easier for the fire company to detect and stop the source of the...

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