Welcome to the Jesse Peter Museum Store
Shop our Online Store and support the museum!
Explore treasures from all corners of the world at very affordable prices. Textiles, pottery, sculptures, books, clothing, masks, baskets, scarves and jewelry are just some of the things that you can find. All sales benefit the museum. Items offered for sale (with the exception of new books) were donated to the museum specifically for fundraising or they are items from our collections that we have very carefully and thoughtfully chosen to remove from our holdings. Most museums must periodically review their collections in order to determine which items are the very best examples in each category. Items that are redundant or of lesser quality tend not to be exhibited and take up valuable storage space, so we may remove them from the collection and sell them, which is a huge win for collectors who will find that our prices are unexpectedly low. We do not exhibit, sell, or hold sacred items in our collections.
We are currently closed to walk-in visitors due to the Coronavirus, so please visit our online store! We accept all major credit cards. What fantastic finds await you?
We Need Donations for the Museum Store!
Don't think your collection of trinkets from your world travels are worthy of a museum? Think again! Your donations can help the Jesse Peter Multicultural Museum through museum store sales. We're interested in ceramics, jewelry, wood carvings, sculptures, textiles, basketry, books, and many other objects that may be salable.
Contact us today to find out if we can take some of the knicknacks that have been cluttering up your house and turn them into revenue for the museum!
or (707) 527-4479 to schedule an appointment.
The Jesse Peter Multicultural Museum reserves all rights to determine whether we can use any donations, either for the collection or the store. All donations become the permanent property of the Jesse Peter Museum and may be sold or otherwise disposed of at our discretion. Your donation may be tax deductible. Check with your tax advisor.