Winter Antiques & Collectibles Show, Sale Comes to Sunrise Mall

Sunrise Mall’s Winter Antiques & Collectibles Show takes place Thursday, January 3 through Sunday, January 6, in Citrus Heights. With free admission and free parking, this popular regional event draws thousands of collectors in search of unique antiques, collectibles, and special gifts.

Carole Berry of Twin Bridges Antique Productions told NewsBlaze “Sunrise Mall’s Antique Show and Sale offers collectors a chance to browse through thousands of antiques and collectibles, all for sale, offered by exhibitors from five states. A bi-annual tradition for the past twenty years, this event is set in the perfect venue for collectors and shoppers.”

Miracle Glass Repair restores damaged glass and china for collectors at Sunrise Mall.
Miracle Glass Repair restores damaged glass and china for collectors at Sunrise Mall

Because the event takes place throughout the entire common area of Sunrise Mall, shoppers may enter through any entrance and parking area. With the common area of the Mall basically one long, spacious, well lit space, its easy for shoppers to peruse through the many booths offering a diverse selection of merchandise.

Sunrise Mall’s new Food Court, located between Penney’s and Macy’s North, now offers a welcome respite to weary shoppers.

Collectors decorate with treasures found at Sunrise Mall.
Collectors decorate with treasures found at Sunrise Mall

Did you ever watch the Antique Road Show and wish you could find out more about your family treasures or a garage sale find?

Twin Bridges’ popular Appraisers’ Panel will once again offer collectors verbal identification and evaluation of these special pieces. Appraisals take place on Saturday, January 5 from 1pm to 5pm. Tickets go on sale at 12:30 pm in Sears Court. Cost is $5.00 per item.

Special Services Available

Glass and China Repair. Judy and Kenny Lang of Miracle Glass Repair, Grass Valley, are available during all show hours. Miracle Glass is well known throughout California and the Pacific Northwest for more than twenty years of highly skilled repair and restoration of glass and china. They can remove chips, fit stoppers, provide internal polishing, put together broken pieces, and much more. When damage to stem ware is too severe for restoration, they create novelties, such as bells, ring holders and glassicles. Miracle Glass will be located near the Theatre, at Sears’ end of the Mall.

Jewelry Repair. Well known throughout Northern California, Ernest Portillo of JMJ Enterprises, Sacramento, offers antique collectors a chance to repair their vintage jewelry. Many repairs may be done at the Show. Mr. Portillo will be located in Penney’s Court.

The Sunrise Mall Show takes place Thursday, January 3 through Saturday, January 5 from 10 am to 9 pm and Sunday, January 6 from 11 am to 6pm. Admission and parking are free.

Sunrise Mall is located at 6041 Sunrise Blvd., Citrus Heights, CA (Sunrise Blvd. between Highways 50 and 80), Sacramento area.

For more information, contact Sunrise Mall Customer Service at 916 961 7150 or Twin Bridges Antique Productions at 530-241-4063 or on line at

Collectible pottery at the Sunrise Mall.
Collectible pottery at the Sunrise Mall

See Also:

Twin Bridges Adds A New Show For Holiday Shoppers

Folsom Historical Society Plans 10th Annual Antique Evaluation Day

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