A Vintage Bang For Your Buck

Celebrated online resale marketplace, Chairish, is launching it’s first-ever Chairish Auction with noted tastemaker, blogger and designer, Emily Henderson.  Emily will be selling items from her personal collection of vintage paintings, textiles, rugs, décor and furniture, all impressively priced with a starting bid of $1.

An assortment or Emily's paintings, textiles, rugs, décor and furniture.

Designed as a complement to its existing marketplace, the Chairish Auction is the perfect solution for sellers in the midst of a move, redecorating, remodeling or an estate sale project, and offers an opportunity for design enthusiasts who know and love Emily’s unique style to score one of her treasures for a great price. The auction allows them to sell their items quickly and easily and in turn, buyers are able to scoop up one-of-a-kind treasures at an appealing price point.

“The Chairish Auction is a killer addition to our business model,” said Chairish Co-Founder and President, Anna Brockway. “Our new format offers a turnkey solution for time-sensitive sellers as well as a fun way for buyers to access fabulous vintage finds at ‘gotta-go’ prices. Our Chairish Auctions’ inventory will meet the same style criteria as the rest of our curator-approved items for which we are known and loved. We expect our new Auctions to be a must-see event for design lovers,”

Selected items for sale will be available to preview on Chairish one day prior to the auction start, which opens on Tuesday, April 19th at 5:00 am PT and ends on Thursday, April 21th at 7:00 pm PT.

A vintage painting from Emily's collection

Regency club chairs

The auction will be an ongoing shopping series on the site and Chairish has planned an upcoming schedule of auctions hosted by notable personalities from the design and fashion worlds.  At the auction close, Chairish will manage pick up and delivery of the items from the seller to the buyer. Shipping is paid for the buyer and the delivery fee is communicated upfront.

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