Baton Rouge, LA, December 13, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Baton Rouge, LA retailer Maison Victoria Heirloom Antiques is closing its doors for good. Owners Dave and Susan Basu are retiring from the British & French Colonial antiques and interior decorating business and are having a store closing sale to liquidate all inventory in their store. The owners will be selling all store fixtures and equipment during the sale as well. The liquidation sale starts December 13, 2013 with amazing savings opportunities for customers. The Basu’s retained Chicago-based liquidation firm Solid Asset Solutions to assist with the store closing sale.
"This is the antique furniture and interior accessories deal of a lifetime!" says Steve Roemer, CEO of Solid Asset Solutions. "For any collector of antique furniture, accessories and gifts the deals are too good to miss. You can buy anything from 19th century beds, armoires, libraries, linen presses, bedroom sets, tables, chairs, office furniture, chandeliers, lighting, jewelry, and a ton of accessories including Christmas decorations, ornaments and gifts. Holiday shoppers will be able to save big on their gifts."
"Because these items aren’t normally discounted, we expect that the inventory will be sold out quickly,” says Steve Roemer, CEO of Solid Asset Solutions. "We will be selling at aggressive discounts right from the start of the sale – which means tremendous savings for customers. With a store closing situation like this one, this may be the last opportunity to buy antique furniture at liquidation prices."
Roemer added, “We are honored and excited to help the Basu’s turn their assets into cash for their retirement. We look forward to assisting them make a smooth transition.”