2 Day Storewide Clearance

50% OFF STOREWIDE


Including Jewelry & Clothing

Collectibles, Books & select Furniture


Friday May 25, 9am to 3pm

Saturday May 26, 9am to 3pm










Goyard







Goyard, like Moynat, has been producing trunks and leather travel goods since 1853. The company existed under other names for the preceding 50 years.  The company was owned by generations of the Moyard family until 1998, when it was purchased by hotelier and restauranteur Jean Michel Signoles.
Goyard’s three-pointed logo references the earlier iteration, Maison Martin, three traditional crafts, box making, trunk making and packing.
François Goyard went to work for Martin’s successor, Maison Morel, as an apprentice at 17 years old.  The original Goyard Atelier opened one year before Louis Vuitton on the same street, Rue Neuve des Capucines.  It has moved once, in 1854, to Rue Saint-Honoré, and remains there.
Edmond, the next generation, increased the mark’s cache amongst the wealthy and also brought in his son, Robert, who would pilot the firm from 1937 to 1979. 
Goyard has participated in many World Expositions since 1900, and is collected by royalty from England, Spain, India, and Greece, as well as celebrities like Catherine Deneuve, Victoria Beckham, and Madonna.
Goyard is still known for custom orders. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s “writer’s trunk” was an exquisite portable desk that the company received a patent for in 1931 and seldom recreated.
While Coast 101 Sales has yet to auction Sir Conan Doyle’s piece, we do have Goyard items occasionally and are always on the lookout for travel goods of the era.







Goyard Tote at Coast 101 Sales

Goyard St. Louis Tote

We have a newly-arrived Goyard tote on the site at Coast 101 Sales.  
This one is not at auction, but priced for a quick sale!

Tanzanite




Tanzanite was discovered in 1967 by Manuel d'Souza in the Merelani Hills in Tanzania.  In its natural state, it is reddish, brown, and blue.  Heat treatment, 350 degrees for 30 minutes or so, removes the reddish “veil” and reveals the characteristic brilliant blues and sometimes greens.
Scientifically named blue-violet zoisite, it was renamed by Tiffany and Co. in 1968 after the country where it was discovered.
Tanzanite became December’s birthstone in 2002, the first birthstone update since 1912.
Kutamani (Swahili for “aspire”) Tanzanite has a pronounced violet hue and is considered a finer stone.
Naturally occurring Tanzanite can still only be found in the Manyara region of Northern Tanzania.

We have a huge collection of tanzanite, along with many other gemstones, but they are going fast at Coast 101.

Old Leucadia Estate Sale this Friday and Saturday



STAY TUNED FOR OUR NEXT UNREAL ESTATE SALE.
DETAILS SOON.


EVERYTHING 50% OFF - SATURDAY ONLY

Coast 101 will be presenting a spectacular Estate Sale on Friday, February 23rd, and Saturday, February 24th, in Leucadia. 


The sale will be open from 9am to 2pm both days.



1112 Eolus Avenue
Leucadia