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Artisan Shop

The Artisan Shop at Allied Arts opened its doors July 15, 2006. It is operated and staffed by the Allied Arts Guild Auxiliary (AAGA). AAGA is a volunteer organization whose purpose is providing support to the Lucile Packard Children's Hospital at Stanford.

The Artisan Shop promotes the art of the handmade. Not only do AAGA members volunteer in the shop, but some members are themselves artists. The Artisan Shop also happily accepts your vintage donations for selling in the shop.

Through ownership of the Guild, the AAGA is proud that we are supporting the arts, protecting an award-winning historic California landmark, and providing support to critically-ill children.

The Artisan Shop also sponsors events; please click on Coming Events for the latest schedule.

Artists are invited to contact the Artisan Shop if interested in consigning goods for sale.

Phone: 650.325.2450

Interested in donating items to the Artisan Shop?

We are always looking for your gently-used, high quality items, in particular:

* Crystal: candlesticks, goblets, vases, clocks, etc.

* Fine linens, specifically table runners and old lace items in very good condition, vintage    handkerchiefs

* Vintage clothing: not too bulky items such as christening gowns, dresses, purses

* Vintage jewelry, particularly brooches

* Smaller antiques, particularly if they are unique

* Fine china: bring a place setting and a picture of the rest

* Sterling silver items

* Collectibles: Lladro, Hummel, Royal Dalton, Delft, Royal Copenhagen, Bing & Grundel, Wedgewood, etc.

Please do not drop off items. Shop & storage spaces are limited. Please make an appointment with us by calling the shop at 650.325.2450.

Although donations are preferred, and a signed donation acknowledgement will be given you, consignment may be considered for some high-ticket items. If you have something that doesn’t fit the above list but you think might be suitable, please let us know.

Thank you for considering making a donation or consigning your precious items for the good of the Artisan Shop and thus the Lucile Packard Children's Hospital.