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Saturday & Sunday
June 6th & 7th, 2020
202 DAIRYLAND ROAD
Every estate tells its own story of past times and interesting connections. The historic Willemsen dairy farm dating from Buellton’s early days - tells a longer and more local story than most. In the grand old barn and grounds discover the practical and the nostalgic, from furniture, lighting, art, décor, and kitchenware, to antique farm implements, vintage equestrian tack, countless power and hand tools, dairy and farming supplies and materials, memorabilia, and ranch equipment.
The barn kitchen and prepping pantry are filled with cast iron cookware, roasters, large pots and serving dishes, a delightful red vintage pull-out step stool, several sets of fine Noritake china (Ridgewood and Fairmont patterns), and Haviland Bavarian china plus stoneware sets including Pfaltzgraff, and a focal point set of Fiesta ware in hot orange, a lovely set of Christmas china, and a very large and handsome collection of pewter ware – to use or to decorate that rustic hutch in your dining room; classic blue and white imported china pieces for the perfect tablescape, small appliances, fine etched glassware, barware, and interesting utensils and accessories for cooking and serving. Matching set of 24 tall glass vases for entertaining, both decorative and practical tablecloths and napkins in abundance (plus quilts, blankets, throws and 2 blanket and quilt racks), oversized coffee pots, warming servers, and punch bowls - clearly there were parties!
From Framer Folk Art to Contemporary Tools
The vast work shop includes standing and tabletop planers, radial arm saw, bench grinders, standing and bench top band saws, vertical belt sander, reciprocating saws, circular saws, shop vacs, numerous antique/vintage water pumps, air compressor, over 20 small motors, garden power tools, power sanders, good selection of clamps including a heavy duty press, numerous tool and parts chests. Antique items include: wheels, block and tackles, manual drills, various hand saws including large bow saw, heavy antique pulleys, scythes, antique tractor seats, iron wheeled hand tiller, impressive wall mounted manual drill press, antique pumps mounted on barrels/buckets, and much more. Hand tools, vintage and antique, number in the hundreds and fill multiple work benches!
Oil lanterns, wooden milk bottle crates, dozens of glass milk bottles, glass jar butter churns, antique iron scales, oak sewing machine cabinets with early Singer machines, sad irons, a gorgeous handmade wooden grain scoop, delightful collection of handmade wooden shoes, a massive selection of Holstein cow collectibles for you cow lovers, and two wonderful handmade windmill replic.
The historic barn is filled with vast furniture choices: a handsome refectory style wood dining table with 6 coordinating wood chairs, round oak pedestal dining table with 6 pressed oak spindle chairs, trestle dining table with Windsor style chairs; several dozen occasional tables ranging from nesting, barley twist, magazine, octagonal, cabinet style, spool leg, mid century, round on tripod pedestal, glass and iron, contemporary and vintage; multiple wooden bookshelves, some with big capacity but small footprints; 3 oak chests of 5 drawers each, plus a variety of other dressers with 3 to 6 drawers, good looking oversized round ottoman/hassock with coordinating pillows, console table, 6 or more coffee tables - round, oval, rectangular - in glass, wood, and iron. Chair choices such as overstuffed upholstered chairs, game/dining table low chairs on casters, bucket style side chairs, several solid wood classic rocking chairs, and desirable Morris reclining chairs. Beautiful steamer trunks and chests, including an unusual pine chest with leather and metal strapping, charming vintage high chair, 3 desks to choose from, half a dozen wall mirrors to open up that blank living room or bedroom wall, and a large wood and glass retail display cabinet (a store, a collection, or a man cave?), a wood drafting table and a wooden podium; Several unique table lamps in a multitude of styles and floor lamps in elegant legacy styles as well as contemporary and whimsical – in iron, marble, brass, glass, pottery, porcelain (dark corners, be gone!).
Stronger Together. Safely Apart.
COVID-19 Safety Procedures For Attending Treasured Estates Events
We are excited to be seeing our customers again!
Here is how we plan to do it safely under the new County of SB requirements:
Please do not attend if you have had symptoms, or have been with others who do, in the past 14 days.
o Desperately looking for something? Send a friend and we’ll help them find it. (Hint: ask them to place a FACETIME call to you from the sale, and reverse the camera view to chat and share their live walk-through!)
All customers 13 years and older must wear a mask that covers the nose and mouth (per published May 26 SB County Medical Officer order), from the time you arrive until you leave - preferably one that attaches behind the ears.
o A bandana or scarf will work, and a medical mask is better still.
Six feet of social distancing is required, especially when standing in line to enter and when waiting in line to check out.
o Respect personal space while shopping and packing.
o Entry may be controlled to avoid overcrowding.
Other suggested protocols (similar to those in grocery stores):
o Wash hands before arriving and after leaving.
o Come alone, if possible.
o Touch items only if necessary.
o Bring hand sanitizer with you, if possible. (Shortages may prevent us from having enough for everyone.)
We look forward to seeing you all, and getting through this time together in good health!