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We’ll take any chance we can get to emulate Martha Stewart – even if it means attempting to fold a fitted sheet.
And bless: We’re getting *this* much closer to becoming the lifestyle queen herself, because more than 400 items from The Martha Stewart Show (which ran from 2005 to 2012) are being auctioned off next month in Beverly, Massachusetts.
Starting Saturday, May 5, at 10AM ET, bidders in person (and online!) can throw their money at the chance to own props from the legendary lifestyle show. Think everything from pots, pans, and kitchenware to dining tables and a signed toboggan (need that). Bids will start with some prices as low as $35… but don’t expect them to stay there.
The sale is happening through Kaminski Auctions, and you can preview some of the coveted pieces here. Best of all, a portion of all proceeds will benefit the Martha Stewart Center for Living at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City, which provides care and advocates for the elderly.
And as Martha would say, that’s a very good thing.