Happening this weekend: Oakland Museum’s White Elephant Sale

Savvy shoppers and rummage sale aficionados never miss the annual Oakland Museum White Elephant Sale. A Bay Area tradition since 1959, buyers can find treasures in a warehouse full of furniture, art, books, jewelry, toys, sporting goods, and much more.

This year’s sale takes place on March 2 and 3 at 333 Lancaster Street, Oakland. (A preview sale was held in January.)  Admission is free. Get more information here.

Early Bird Tami Becker gave the Exedra a sneak peek:

Competitive thrift seekers Ulla Smit and Tami Becker duke it out over a must-have tureen. (Marki Becker)

What to do with your White Elephant finds: New life for old objects

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