Yikes, we hope we don’t end up like this.
Earlier this month items owned by a deceased home shopping addict were sold as part of her estate liquidation.
The unused merchandise was valued at a whopping $700,000, according to a story in the Democrat and Chronicle about the Wadsworth-Jerris Estate in Caledonia, N.Y.
The items that were put on the block, at a fraction of their retail price, included familiar goods such as Dooney & Burke purses, Emeril cookware and the George Foreman grill.
Although the story described the deceased as a QVC fan, those of us in the know realize she also shopped HSN. After all, she had a Sharif handbag in her collection, which sold for $50.
There were items left from the December sale, including a cache of Dooney purses, so there will be a second estate sale in February.