(Flickr pic by Donielle.)
And now one can be yours. Sad news from Curbed LA, which reports that "House of Davids" owner Norwood Young is looking to sell off the home's infamous statues in order to finally unload the house. (He's been looking to sell the house since May, but with no takers so far.)
On two weekends in October, Young will sell off the giant Alice in Wonderland-style chairs, the hanging dining room table, the big Michael Jackson glove hand in the dining room, all of the Davids, and possibly even some of the tiny Santa and MJ clothes that the Davids have worn on special occasions (*but that last one isn't definite yet).And get a peek at the House of Davids in its full glory while you still can!
Several of the pieces up for sale were specially made from Young's designs, according to what he told us a few months ago. Winter tells us that Young has an amazing wardrobe (hung on electric racks) and that "almost everything" will be up for sale. Young will hold onto some sentimental and valuable pieces.
The sure-to-be-jam-packed estate sale will be held on October 15, 16, 22, and 23. It'll run 9 am to 3 pm on Saturdays and 12 to 4 pm on Sundays. The new brokers are holding also-sure-to-be-jam-packed open houses starting this Sunday.