Sacramento's Largest Art Auction EVER!

An Exclusive Unveiling of 15,000 Square feet of antiquities, curiosities and architectural treasures await your claim!

FRINGE, in collaboration with David Sobon Auctions proudly present the unveiling of “First DIBS”, delivering over 30 years of a varied collection of one-of-a-kind antiquities, curiosities and contemporary pieces.

The largest auction Sacramento has ever seen will be held Saturday, December 7, 2013, beginning at 8am. Guests will be able to preview more than 700 auction lots before the event at . 
15,000 sq. ft. of ultra-modern, industrial and architectural treasures await a great cast of characters; artists, investors, collectors, bargain hunters, musicians and friends who will be given the first opportunity to claim pieces from this amazing assemblage. 
Friday night party, and exclusive First Dibs opportunity, features a small auction featuring 10 artists that have reclaimed, refashioned and created spectacular pieces from our collection to benefit our nonprofit partner, the Arts and Business Council of Sacramento. 

Produced in partnership with Pecorelli Productions.

Saturday, December 7, 2013
8:00am - 4:00pm
Bidding begins at 9am

Free - Open to Public

Browse 700+ Auction Lots and Get Preview Party Tickets at

UPDATE! They are looking for 15 volunteers for Friday from 5-10,  and 15 for Saturday from 8-5!  You will get in for free, get to check out some very interesting vintage furniture and art, and hob nob with Sac's finest!  I was there yesterday, and got to spend a couple of hours looking at the collections, and hanging out with some of the artists.  There are some AMAZING vintage/historical pieces there! Contact Shawn via email @ [masked] to volunteer!

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  • George P.

    I agree with Mike's assessment. I arrived on Saturday morning to a warehouse full of junk, just crap. By the time the auction started there were about 10 people in the bidding room, including the auctioneer. Waste of time.

    December 7, 2013

    • Marsh

      There was no auctioneer when I was there around 9:30.

      December 8, 2013

  • Mike S.

    No stars are merited by this event.

    No surprise the main event on Saturday was cancelled. Kudos to whoever had the judgement to call the event a bust and cancelled the auction. I worked the front door on Fri night for the "First Dibs Event" checking IDs--freezing my ass off, by the way. Everyone arriving was full of expectation of a fine time of antiques, music, and the mix of people. Later--not that much later, as they left, their expressions invited my commiseration at their disappointment that there was nothing of value to bid on or buy. It was all junk--I had a chance to check the stuff out, myself, and except for a few lights and chandeliers, who would pay $269 for a locker room locker or over a $100 for a pitted surface, metal deck? Shame on whoever was promoting this event as an art auction. They didn't do their work.

    Mike Shields

    December 7, 2013

    • Marsh

      What event? It got cancelled.

      December 7, 2013

    • Marsh

      I'll pass that sentiment on to the promoter.

      December 7, 2013

  • Marsh

    The auction got canceled, but there's lots of free ice right near the front door.

    December 7, 2013

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