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The Deal: Closing sale at Napa Style
in Pasadena includes store fixtures

March 24, 2010 |  6:02 am

Napa Style, the catalog and online retailer of culinary equipment and home decor steeped in the Northern California food-and-wine country aesthetic, will close the doors on its brick-and-mortar shop in Pasadena this Saturday. 

"We're selling everything but the walls," says store manager Ali Shodja. That includes fixtures (pictured above, center) such as the cash wrap desk with a soapstone counter,  storage and display units like a wooden ice box  and wine barrels -- some with wheels that would make them great as bar carts. The store also has seven large drum shade pendant lamps with whipstitch edges, above left, and outdoor metal caged lights, above right. Prices have yet to be determined, but interested parties should contact Shodja at the store for further information. 

IMG_2602 Select merchandise is also marked down as much as 70%. (Not everything is reduced; leftover merchandise will go to Napa Style stores in Costa Mesa, Los Gatos and Yountville or be sold online.) As of a visit last Saturday, sale items included a wood and leather Madeira wine-tasting chair that sells for $549.99 online and has been reduced to $299, and a stash of 120-ounce Barattolo ceramic pitchers based on an 18th century Tuscan design, right, once $69, now $49.99

Napa Style, 146 S. Lake Ave. #101, Pasadena; (626) 795-8758. Open weekdays, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

-- David A. Keeps

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Photo credits: David A. Keeps