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07/18/2016
By: Rita M.
Revel Systems iPad POS
A sales guy keep calling me -Tim- and leaving messages over the past 3 weeks for a company in Wisconsin (I'm in Indiana -a quick check by him of area code would've told him that)! Then I call him to tell him of his error and he's totally RUDE and hangs up on me!!!!! He sounded nice enough on the messages, but BEWARE - he isn't really nice at all!!!
03/25/2015
By: Deborah C.
La Piazza Galleria
La Piazza Galleria has moved to a new location. The new address is 565 Grant Avenue San Francisco, CA 94108. The phone number and e-mail address are the same.La Piazza Galleria is the proud winner 2 years in a row for the finest Gallery in San Francisco.
05/21/2014
By: Miriam F.
Tim Davis Watercolor Illustration
Charming and delicate, Tim's illustrations often sing...and in color. --M.Faugno, Art Editor, PARABOLA MAGAZINE
02/19/2014
By: Michael W.
Majestic Collection
DO NOT STEP YOUR FOOT IN THIS STORE!!! - every time I go to San Francisco I enter the galleries (there are a few of them on the same street). Looks like they're all owned by the same people who are all professional liars.They will give you a similar speech that has to do with their grand father or uncle having an auction, closing or down-sizing, switching to jewelry and etc therefore everything must go. Each story is meant to give you the impression that you are getting the deal of your life and that you are lucky to be there just at the right time when they are switching merchandise and that everything is marked 80% off. They are professional crooks and will do anything and everything to motivate you to buy something at what you think is an amazing one time deal and that you should grab it while its there. This is a scheme that these stores pull for many years, they are not going anywhere and their merchandise will be the same if you return to the store a year later. The merchandise price tags are marked up at over 200 times what the actual retail price is. Be very cautions and attentive not to fall for this type of trickery and make sure you get at least 3 offers from neighboring stores, this will give you a better idea for the true value of the item you are interested. Do not get tempted, they have multiple stores on the same street, they manipulate tourists for over 20 years and have their ways, you cannot be careful enough with these sharks!!!
01/24/2014
By: Belzen S.
Majestic Collection
Terrible service at this location in particular. Furniture looks good, but the quality is cheap, so you know their prices are marked up. With these types of places,you have to negotiate. The price marked is always, always negotiable. When we tried to negotiate, the salesmen would talk to us, then talk amongst themselves in theirnative language so we wouldn't understand, and then get back to us. Made negotiating prices very unpleasant and unworkable. We ended up walking out on them, as theywere very rude and disagreeable, and going to another location that sold the same furniture and worked with us to negotiate a better price.
08/12/2013
By: mskeiraj
Majestic Collection
I bought a few pieces from Majestic Collection about a year or so ago and after remodeling my family room I figured I might as well also upgrade my artwork. I stopped by Majestic to see what they had and the sales guy remembered me and gave me a discount. My new favorite place to go.
08/05/2013
By: mcfaye
Majestic Collection
I purchased two hand-crafted porcelin statutes from Majestic Collection a few weeks ago and they are absolutely beautiful. One-of-a-kind and extremely rare. I had them appraised yesterday and they are worth way more than I paid. Long story short, I am more than satisfied and will be back.
07/31/2013
By: debbie.baden.92
Majestic Collection
Beautiful gallery! They have some of the nicest items from all over the world. Hard-to-find art and top of the line furniture. I have been coming here for years. If you are persistent, you can negotiate the price ;)
07/10/2013
By: mrjack71
Majestic Collection
If you are looking for unique and high-quality art, then this is the place to go. Some of the coolest things I have ever seen from all over the world are here in this store. My dad is a collector so I bought him a few small items and he was happy to add them to his collection.
07/02/2013
By: alramirez
Majestic Collection
I had passed by this place several times before and I finally decided to go in. What a mistake! I wanted to buy everything!! I bought some smaller artifacts in my budget and have already received great reviews. I keep them in my office at work.
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