Finders Keepers will hold a public auction on Saturday, May 29, at 7 p.m. for collectors, designers, homeowners and the curious at heart. A portion of the proceeds from this first Finders Keepers Live Benefit Auction will support Mana‘o Radio (91.5 FM) to help support commercial-free local programming and their many community events.
“The selection is gigantic and many items on the showroom floor for the first time,” said Alicia de Ramer, co-owner of Finders Keepers. “Everything unique and exquisite will be part of this auction. Entering Finders Keepers is like a treasure hunt with collections from around the world.”
Items to be offered by Hawai‘i’s premier auctioneer, Joe Teipel, will include koa furniture, Rolex watches, rare Hawaiiana, Indonesian arts, Chinese antiques, mirrors, stone items, stained glass and much more—many one of a kind.
“The auction is a way to benefit the community and highlight our wonderful treasures,” said de Ramer. “This auction is also a celebration of our 17 years in business—with many more to come!”
To preview all items, visit Finders Keepers at 400 Häna Highway on Friday, May 28, from noon to 6 p.m. and again at 5:30 p.m. on Saturday, May 29, prior to auction.
Online bidding is available at www.finderskeeperslive.com.
Mana‘o Radio is a locally owned radio station playing a multicultural mix of music. Their mission is to inform, educate and entertain the Maui community with radio broadcast and community related programming. Mana‘o radio focuses on promoting the multiethnic understanding of various cultures through educational musical programming.
Bid on exotic items at the first Finders Keepers Live Benefit Auction for Mana‘o Radio on Saturday, May 29.