At dawn on April 18, 1906, the San Andreas fault ruptured, sending shockwaves racing across San Francisco. The City is abruptly awakened only to witness a firestorm destroying everything in sight over the next three days. Vibrant and densely populated Chinatown is swiftly engulfed by a raging fire on Day One and its inhabitants are dispersed like embers in the wind.
San Francisco Historical Society is proud to partner with Clars Auction Gallery for a unique fundraiser. Clars specialists will be on site at 608 Commercial Street offering verbal valuations of: Fine Art; Jewely; Furniture & Decorative Arts; Asian Works of Art; and Rare Wines. Clars’ valuation specialists are regularly featured on KVIE PBS (Valuation Days), and have also appeared on KQED PBS and SoCal PBS television during Antiques Roadshow.