The owner is selling the house we've been living in (I almost said "our house") for the past 3 years so we're moving to Kailua at the middle of this month. This will be the last sale I'll be doing in Manoa. I appreciate all the support I've received from the people of Manoa and hope I can begin having sales at a different venue in Manoa by this November.
For the sale on May 11, I've also decided to offer several antiques that I've collected over the years because we're moving into a smaller place. Most of these are baskets but I'm also offering other pieces like an oak settle from Gus Stickley made in 1915/1916, a beautiful Japanese hibachi, an inlaid tray with metal fittings, and a large platter that I bought from John Glick at his studio in Michigan shortly before he passed away. John Glick was one of America's most important potters, the last of the "abstract expressionists" who worked in clay that included artists like Toshiko Takaezu. Images of the pieces along with prices, brief descriptions and dimensions are included after the images of pots. Please let me know if you have questions about any of this: (808) 358-0717.