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After six years at the Albany Carroll Arts Building, Evelyn Diatchman, owner and mastermind behind the vintage warehouse of Axis of Evelyn, is moving. Chicago's most complete closet, with the help of Michael Thompson is having the estate sale of of the year. This happens Saturday and Sunday, March 10th and 11th, selling off almost everything from their 4000 square foot loft space.
Shop from men's and women's vintage clothing, vintage housewares, old frames, old framed art, old 35mm cameras, art books, antique toys, erector sets, stamps, pottery, antique folk art, or perhaps you could use some vintage furniture or maybe an old kneeling prayer stand, Interview magazines from the eighties through the mid nineties, glassware, antique tiles, and more.
Saturday March 10th 9AM-5PM and Sunday March 11th, 10AM-4PM
· Axis of Evelyn [Official Site]