Lily Gahagan
Apr 4, 2008

We take the 22 through Potrero Hill for our daily commute, and after a long day at work it is always refreshing to look out and see what kind of treasures are on display at this store.

Owner Delisa Sage started the business -- years ago as a gallery to display her collage-style artwork, hence the name, and the work of other Bay-area women artists. The art is still there, but throughout the years the shop has grown to encompass a broader range of beautiful things, including items for the home.

The shop offers a great selection of antiques- no need to dig for the good stuff, it's a well-edited collection of quality pieces.

Kitchen island. (Love the lightly checked floor)

Vintage clocks.

Nesting tables.

On our visit we saw a collection of fabulous old clocks and cameras, along with a lovely soft blue enamel-topped table, what looked like an antique kitchen island, and several Venetian mirrors.

There are also bins of old letter blocks, great for spelling something out on a mantle or shelf, or using as decoration on a wall.

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