Angel’s Attic is presenting a special one-day sale, Treasures of the World, Saturday, Sept. 21 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in Plymouth. The sale features antique and vintage art and artifacts, and new fair trade goods from Asia, Africa the Pacific, and Central and South America. Four Seasons Mall in Plymouth will be the site of this special gallery filled with one-of-a-kind items for the collector, designer and aficionado.

Angel’s Attic was the fortunate recipient of the inventory remaining after the Alsadu showroom closed this past spring. The collection includes:

● Luxurious textiles and ethnic clothing

● Rugs and blankets– Tibetan, Caucasian, Afghani, Moroccan and others

● Temple ceremonial objects, including Buddhist paintings and sculptures

● African tribal items

● Architectural elements, including carved doors, window frames, mirrors

● Beautiful chests and display cabinets

● Handmade, eco-friendly, fair trade items

Prices are 75 percent off retail. Remaining items will be available for purchase at the main Angel’s Attic sale, Oct. 12-16, at the same location. All proceeds go to Angel Foundation.

Four Seasons Mall is located at 4108 Lancaster Lane North, Plymouth, at the intersection of Highway 169 and Rockford Road. For more information, call (612) 237-9754

About Angel’s Attic: Angel’s Attic was created by volunteers Kay Melemed and Judy Kauffman in 2010 as a benefit for Angel Foundation. The sale features thousands of new and gently used items in over 20 categories from estate sales and retailers. Angel’s Attic takes over the entire Four Seasons Mall in Plymouth Oct. 12-16. More than 100 volunteers are busy organizing the goods into individual stores, from furniture, high-end art, jewelry and décor to sporting goods and clothing for the entire family. In 2012, the sale raised more than $140,000 for Angel Foundation. For more information about Angel’s Attic, contact

About Angel Foundation: Since 2001, Angel Foundation has provided nearly $4 million in emergency financial assistance to adults with cancer and their families and has helped more than 18,000 people through its programs. The organization awards grants to adults in active treatment for cancer in the seven-county metro area of the Twin Cities to meet critical non-medical needs such as house payments, food, utilities and transportation. Through its Facing Cancer Together program, Angel Foundation also offers education and support to families who have a parent with a cancer diagnosis. For more information, go to or call (612) 627-9000.