Alameda’s Pauline’s Antiques Launches “Pauline’s Pink Elephant Sale” During June

Alameda, California (EastBayDaily) — Pauline’s Antiques, offering quality antiques and collectibles in San Francisco, the East Bay, Alameda and the surrounding areas, is announcing the launch of its grand sale, “Pauline’s Pink Elephant Sale.” During the entire month of June, customers will enjoy quality antique products at affordable prices with up to 45-percent off regular marked prices up to $500.

“Pauline’s Antiques is like a massive yet intimate time capsule that continues saving sundry souvenirs from across the cultural cosmos–not only for posterity and preservation but for the perpetuation of our precious past. They are literally gifts that keep on giving. Surrounded sentiments from days old, you’ll still always find something new,” Michelle Kelley of Pauline’s Antiques said.

With more than 7,000 square-feet of merchandise, Pauline’s Antiques in Alameda is one of the largest green companies in the San Francisco area. It offers various antique and collectible items, including toys, records, clothing, books, glassware, pottery, porcelain, hardware, furniture, lamps, artworks and even jewelries. The prices of its antique and collectible items run from 25 cents to $1,000 for its finest artwork. Pauline’s Antiques features three showrooms, with more than 50 showcases in the first showroom and more than 10 showcases in the second showroom.

“Whatever you want in antiques, we probably have it right here at our store,” Kelley said.

For more information about “Pauline’s Pink Elephant Sale” or any of Pauline's Antiques’ products or services, call 510-523-9941, view the collector on the Web at http://www.paulinesantiques.com or visit 1427 Park St. in Alameda.

About Pauline's Antiques

Pauline's Antiques provides the finest antiques in Alameda and high-quality services, such as appraisals, consignments, estate purchases, estate sales and prop rentals. Pauline's Antiques is open Tuesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday from noon to 4 p.m.

Contacts

Michelle Kelley

510-523-9941