Cash, card, and check are all accepted.
Hester's Closet is full of brand new old stuff and it's time for one heckuva killer 3-day sale.
We've got so much stuff out for the makers this go-round! Piles and piles of lace, vintage books and records, approx. 1 gajillion buttons, some killer vintage jewelry, dolls and dollhouse miniatures, and so much more!!!
Also— we are featuring art from some amazing local artists! We are so so so happy to provide a venue to showcase some of Portland's talent: collage work by Sean Fleckenstein, quilted fabulousness by Barb Burwell, new Limoges designs by Hannah Finegold and some collaborative artwork by JARJAR.
In addition to a houseful of art, antiques and vintage, we have a fully stocked garage with fantastic items that we're ready to say goodbye to or are gorgeous but slightly damaged. You can pick up single items for ONE DOLLAR on Friday and Saturday, and on Sunday when we want them GONE, you can fill a whole box of garage goodies in exchange for one dollar.
Are you a teacher? Do you make amazing things? We support you! Tell us about it and we'll work with you on prices.
RSVP and check in on our Instagram feed (@HestersCloset) for preview madness.
Can't make it to this one? Save these dates:
We'd prefer to keep as much of the collection local as we can. If you can't make it to a sale, please schedule a visit. Other reasons to give us a call:
You buy on eBay or Etsy want to pick it up
You saw something on Instagram or Facebook you can't live without
You miss us terribly!
We are at the shop most Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays— just call 971-221-2202 or email email@example.com.
About us: Julie's grandmother was Hester, for whom this collective of fantastic antiques and their fans is named. Hester had an eye for the beautiful and was an avid collector. She amassed households full to the brim of antique lamp shades, cruets, purses, clothes, jewelry, art glass, shells, miniature oil lamps... and more. Check out our Etsy site for a sampling of the kinds of goods we'll be featuring!
We hope you'll come, admire, and bring some pieces home to give them new life.