Dove Place Antiques & Consignment
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Best of Marin 2008

Best of Marin 2007

Best of Marin 2006


Dove Place is Marin County's premier antique and consignment shop. It has been open in the same location for over 15 years. The store specializes in American and European furniture, tabletop antiques including porcelain, sterling and stemware as well as decorative accessories. The shop is a must see for collectors looking for toleware, transferware, faience, majolica and French porcelain. It features the rare and wonderful in primitive paintings, lighting and architectural antiques.

Dove Place Antiques is a unique antique store in San Anselmo, CA. The store is open daily and offers consignment and estate liquidation services (single items or whole estates may be purchased or consigned). Our estate liquidation service involves no effort on the part of the client, as we provide experienced staff that will inventory all of the estate's contents, price all items and then, conduct the sale. We offer in-home, in-store, on-line and at show as options to maximize the value of your estate. We service Marin, San Francisco, Sonoma and Alameda counties.

No appointments are necessary to bring consignments into the store. We are happy to make appointments to visit you in your home. We pack and move consigned items as part of the service.

Dove Place Antiques is an authorized eBay Trading Assistant and has been a Power Seller on eBay for 10 years. Please visit our eBay sales page under the seller name: doveplace.

4 drawer chest: C1800's Englsih walnut chest of drawersRobin and Wayne Wechsler

Robin and Wayne have been collectors of antiques for over 30 years and have been antique dealers and shop owners for over 20 years. They purchased Dove Place Antiques and Consignments in 2000 and exhibit in a number of California antique shows including the Hillsborough Antiques Show in San Mateo and the California Country Show in Los Altos. Personally they collect early American and European folk art.