Antiques, Consignment, and Estate Sales in Mequon
Vicky Gerard founded Ivana's Trunk in 2003 with the hope of turning her passion for connecting people to elegent objects and their rich history into a career. In 2005, Ms. Gerard's vision grew beyond her small storefront in South Milwaukee, and she expanded her business to a much larger location in Thiensville, where she also began doing Estate Sales and providing Clean-Out services. Ivana's has quickly become Mequon's favorite consignment shop by featuring only the finest: Silver & Jewelry, Artwork, China, Collectibles, Dolls, Furniture, Antiques, and Household Goods. Stop in today and meet our friendly and knowlegable staff. We look forward to helping you find a little piece of history.
Monday-Saturday | 10am-5pm
Sunday | Noon-4pm
Fall into Florals - Floral Arranging Workshop
Wednesday, November 16 | 6-8pm | $10/person | Register early, space is limited.
Are you looking to spruce up your table before the holidays? This is your chance! Bring in new florals or revamp an old arrangement (artifical) with the assistance of our floral guru, Harry Sutton of Harry Sutton's Floral. Stop in or call to register.
Friday, November 25 | 10am-5:30pm
Saturday, November 26 | 10am-5pm
Sunday, November 27 | Noon-4pm
Let's kick off the holiday season together. Enjoy hot cocoa and cookies while you shop our ecclectic collection of winter and Christmas decoratings featuring a wide assortment of Christopher Radko ornaments.
Ivana's After Hours
Thursday, December 1 | 5:30-8pm
We're staying open late and serving wine and cheese. Don't miss this opportunity to get some Christmas shopping in for yourself or someone on your holiday gift list.
Sale of Sujata "Sue" Sachdeva's possessions was held on April 21-22, 2012
On April 20, By mandate of the U.S. Attorney, Mequon consignment store Ivana's Trunk will sell off the remainder of Sujata "Sue" Sachdeva's possessions. In November of 2010, Sachdeva, the former vice president of finance for Milwaukee's Koss Corporation, received an 11 year sentence for embezzling $34 million from the company. Items up for sale are very high-end luxury items including: housewares, china, crystal, sterling silver, decorator items, linens, shoes, clothing, accessories, luggage, electronics, figurines, and art. Many of the items to be sold are still in their original packaging. Click HERE for more information and images of many of the items for sale.