Local El Dorado Hills home decor store to close. First, it’s having a liquidation sale

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Local and family-owned home goods store Pottery World announced on Facebook that it is closing its El Dorado Hills location “indefinitely” at the end of September — and a liquidation sale is underway.

“After 14 years in the EDH community, we have decided to close down in order to focus all of our efforts on creating an incredible experience at our flagship Rocklin location,” Pottery World wrote in a Friday post.

Reached by phone, a Pottery World spokesperson confirmed the closure.

Pottery World opened in 2008 at 1006 White Rock Road in the Montano De El Dorado center — eight years after the main Rocklin location opened at 4419 Granite Drive, which is also home to a cafe.

The origins of Pottery World date back to 1974, when locals Jim Rodda and Greg Modesti first began selling outdoor pots at a shop in Roseville, according to the business’ website.

The store’s EDH location, which now sells patio furniture, fountains and home decor items, is now holding a liquidation sale on all items in the two-story building until Sept. 25. All merchandise will be 30% to 50% off.

The shop also includes a boutique that sells women’s clothing, jewelry and baby toys.

The store will not be permitting any returns or exchange from sale items, and all sold items must be picked up within 10 days of the purchase, according to the post.

Pick-up hours at El Dorado Hills store are Wednesday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The store is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.

“We have enjoyed serving all of our amazing customers in El Dorado Hills and we look forward to welcoming you at our Rocklin location!” Pottery World said on Facebook.

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