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Feb 10 - Feb 11, 2018
10 A.M. - 4 P.M.
Julie Silber & Rod Kiracofe are ~swimming~ in antique/vintage quilts and they’d like to move them along to new homes!
Not all the quilts are in perfect condition so they will definitely be priced *to sell*. C’mon by! This a perfect opportunity to pick up wonderful handmade pieces by the makers who came before us.

* 100+ quilts & tops, dating from 1830 to 1980
* Items starting at $15 and nothing over $500 -- many in the $50 to $200 range!
* Blocks, fabric, our books & more
* Cash, checks, & credit cards will be accepted -- 10% discount if paid in cash

ABOUT THE LOCATION:
Julie Silber’s studio, located inside of Makers Workspace in the Gilman District of Berkeley. www.makersworkspace.com houses 43 separate studios for all types of creatives- some of whom will have their studios open. Makers is handicap accessible, has 2 restrooms onsite, and parking is street parking only (you should be able to find a spot within a couple of blocks). Located literally next door to Fieldwork Brewery if your quilt shopping works up a thirst for craft beer, and near enough to the 4th Street shops/restaurants if you feel like exploring more.

ABOUT THE HOSTS:
Julie Silber is a lecturer, author, and curator with more than forty years experience collecting, selling, appraising, and studying quilts. From 1982 to 1999, she was the curator of the Esprit Quilt Collection in San Francisco, California. Julie founded her own business, Julie Silber Quilts, in 1989 (previously The Quilt Complex). She offers quilt-related services including appraisals and consulting as well as buying and selling antique quilts.

Roderick Kiracofe has been involved with quilts for over 40 years, loving their history and their beauty. He has published and authored some of the finest books in the field; his latest being Unconventional & Unexpected: Quilts Below the Radar 1950-2000. His books and museum exhibitions have advocated for looking at quilts in new ways, honoring the makers, showing them as the works of art they are and promoting their place in America’s art history. roderickkiracofe.com

Interested in volunteering at our event?
Send us an email with “Volunteer” in the subject line to julieandrodsquiltsale@gmail.com

Photo: Anita Schriver

Comments   
#2 Rose D 2018-01-15 15:12
I can’t wait.
#1 Karen S 2018-01-13 21:29
bummer...wish the sale was online :sad:
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