Navigating A New Season
Caring for the health and safety of our shoppers, as well as our staff, is of critical importance to our company. The first core value of our company is “People Matter Always” and we want everything we do to reflect that value. We are making a number of changes that will allow us to serve our clients and offer you great merchandise, while operating in a safe and responsible manner.
We are making adjustments in this season in order to provide a safe and enjoyable shopping experience both for our shoppers and our staff.
Not Accepting Cash:
To reduce contact, we will no longer be accepting cash or checks at our sales. We will only be accepting credit cards, debit cards, Apple Pay, and Google Pay.
Face Coverings Required
Face coverings will be required for all customers shopping and all Brown Button staff working the sale. Masks will be available for purchase for $2 each at the door. Bandanas and scarves can be used.
We will be limiting the number of guests in the house at one time to 40. Customers standing in line and shopping in the house will need to keep 6ft apart from other customers.
We will be cleaning the home throughout the in-person sale. Common areas will be cleaned on an hourly basis. We know that there are folks out there who are high risk, and these new practices are meant to look out for the most vulnerable among us.
“People Matter Always”
This is one of our company core values. We ask the question, “how would we want to be treated?”. In a season where the future is uncertain and we have a lot of concerns on our plate, one thing is always clear to us.
People matter always.
Face masks, going cashless, and limited entry is all inconvenient. For us and for you. But at the end of the day, people matter more. Even though you might not be high risk, we want to host our estate sales with the safety of all our staff and shoppers in mind.
If you have any questions please connect with us at Sales@BrownButton.com
Upcoming Estate Sales:
After 5 decades of serving the interior design trade in greater Kansas City, the Bailey Design Group is closing its showroom in Mission. The sale includes a full 10,000 sqft showroom of interior designer furniture, art, lighting and decor, all brand new from the factory. The sale will also include store fixtures, racks, shelving, a few computers and appliances.
$1M 4,300 sqft Luxury Westside KC Estate filled with Restoration Hardware & French Antiques | Sept. 25th-26th
This 4,300 sqft beautifully restored home in the tony neighborhood of Westside Kansas City is filled with a curated collection of Restoration Hardware furniture & decor, pieces purchased at Nell Hills, and French Antiques.
This $2.3M luxury home in South Leawood features beautiful furniture and home decor including Highland House, Pearson, Hancock & Moore, Wesley Hall, Hekman, Steuben, & Baccarat, as well as like new pool house furniture, several tractors, & woodworking shop tools.
Kansas City Collections features a selection of fine art, mid century modern, art glass, 18th and 19th C. antiques, jewelry, a Morgan Silver Dollar collection, and luxury watches collected from consigners across Kansas and Missouri.
Circle Auction presents MORGANS: A Significant Collection of Morgan Silver Dollars. This single owner collection spans 1878 – 1921. The majority of the coins have been graded including many MS64, MS65, and MS66.
This Brookside home, just off of Ward Parkway & 62nd St, featuring a mix of fine furniture & decor, framed art, Asian style furniture & pottery, antiques, & sterling.
This gorgeous home in South Overland Park is full of high-end furniture and home decor.
This modern 4,300 sqft home in the Cedar Creek neighborhood of Olathe features contemporary furniture and home decor including Ethan Allen, Sligh, and Italian mahogany dining furniture, as well as a Lladro collection and an outdoor sculpture.
Lakeside home in Lee’s Summit with a huge collection ranging from vintage signs to Chiefs memorabilia to fine furniture and everything in between. Featuring a collection of vintage trade stimulators and gambling games, vintage slot machines, large die cast car and motorcycle collection, and vintage signs.