Following the success of two winter fine furniture sales in New York City, White Glove Transportation is set to host the inaugural Hamptons Designer Furniture Warehouse Sale for three days, July 13 – 15.
The sale will offer over 500 pieces with a discount of up to 75 percent and will include designs from showrooms such as Apropos, Cote France, Ego Paris, Girard Emilia, Profiles, Smith & Watson, Walters Wicker and many more.
Mahogany George III Breakfront from Smith & Watson
“It is our goal to introduce distinguished furnishings and significant savings to a community that appreciates luxury,” said White Glove CEO Philip Beer. “We are excited that such high-end showrooms are participating in this epic offering. Our last two sales were a huge success, with the commitment of such high-end showrooms and the aggressive sale pricing, once again we expect a tremendous turnout.”
Cabriole Leg Drawleaf Farmhouse Table from Smith & Watson
The sale boasts over $3 million dollars worth of fine furniture on display for immediate sale.
Chaise Lounge Fish Premiere from Ego Paris
To launch the event, a VIP opening night presale will take place July 12 from 4:00 – 7:00 p.m. for top real estate brokers, interior designers and developers. Please RSVP to 917-284-8181 for the opening night event.
Located at the East Hampton Studio at 77 Industrial Road in Wainscott, New York, the sale will then open to the public from 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. on both Saturday, July 14 and Sunday, July 15.
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