After decades of giving things away on television and accumulating tons of art, toys, and furniture for herself, Oprah Winfrey has decided to make some space in her California home by hosting her version of a garage sale. With plans to make renovations to the mansion, Winfrey decided to "downsize," but of course she can't downsize like a normal person. So, with the help of Kaminski Auctions, she put everything under three huge tents at the polo grounds in Santa Barbara and allowed people to preview the items before the auction on November 2.
Winfrey's auction has the electric bikes and stuff that you would expect, but it's the art and furniture collection that caught our eye. There are hundreds of paintings, dolls, vintage chairs, sculptures, antique vases and urns, and other impressive pieces that are priced way below what they are worth (but it is an auction so estimates will be off). Starting bids fall in every price range so you should definitely check it out. Check out the CBS interview with Winfrey about the auction below and browse all 571 lots here.