Scenes From Tabla's Estate Sale

Tabla's second floor was packed as customers stuffed plates and silverware into cardboard boxes.
Tabla's second floor was packed as customers stuffed plates and silverware into cardboard boxes.
Lauren Shockey

As we mentioned earlier in the week, yesterday was Tabla's estate sale, in which the restaurant was selling off all its wares to the public. We stopped by to check out the goods. Given the too-long line, we left empty-handed. But some graveyard scavengers nabbed the loot, which was primarily china and other decorative items.

Pitchers, jugs, and coffee pots were generally untouched.
Pitchers, jugs, and coffee pots were generally untouched.
Lauren Shockey
Decorative items fell in the $50-to-$100 range.
Decorative items fell in the $50-to-$100 range.
Lauren Shockey
Artwork was even pricier, tagged around $3,500.
Artwork was even pricier, tagged around $3,500.
Lauren Shockey
Plates, though, were dirt-cheap.
Plates, though, were dirt-cheap.
Lauren Shockey

 

Too crowded to shop.
Too crowded to shop.
Lauren Shockey
A barren wall where a painting was once displayed.
A barren wall where a painting was once displayed.
Lauren Shockey

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