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Cisco Home store on La Brea holds moving sale

Cisco Home is moving only a few blocks down La Brea Avenue, but the Los Angeles-based sustainable furnishings manufacturer is consolidating inventory and discounting select pieces through October.

The moving sale will include furniture, artwork, lighting and accessories. New furnishings will be added to the sale as time goes on.

Discounts spotted over the weekend included pillows made from vintage quilts, regularly $195, now $75 to $100. An Atar armchair upholstered in blue linen, regularly $3,625, was reduced to $1,450. A different chair upholstered in dark brown linen, regularly $2,650, was $895.

An 84-inch sofa in white linen, regularly $3,238, was $1,995. A white Gable console, regularly $2,295, was $1,295. Floor-length mirrors framed in a green-stained wood, regularly $1,695, were $1,360 each, and Genie glass pendants, regularly $595 apiece, were $295.

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The gorgeous hand-blown glass jug lamps, I’m sorry to report, were still $885 each. Without the shade.

The new Cisco showroom is scheduled to open across the street from American Rag in November. Until then, you can check out the moving sale in the old Cisco Home, 440 N. La Brea Ave., Los Angeles; (323) 932-1155.

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