Campbell’s Estate Gallery, a locally owned and operated multi-service retail business.

We specialize in:
• Art & Antiques
• Asian Art
• Home Furnishings
• Movie Memorabilia
• Consignment Services
• Estate Sales & Liquidations


The estate, antique, and collectibles business is in our blood and we love doing what we do.

Some of the expert services we offer to you:

◊ Art, Antiques, & Asian Art – Come visit our gallery to experience fine art and antiques, paintings, sculptures, Asian art pieces, and quality vintage furniture & decorative furnishings. Our staff has been in this business for many years and has firsthand experience with the items we sell.

◊ Estate Sales & Liquidations – Our team of honest and dedicated professionals have extensive appraisal experience and a broad working knowledge of antiques & collectibles. We assess values of your property and estate to price items fairly but competitively to get you the most money possible for your belongings.

◊ Consignment Services – Are you moving, relocating, downsizing, or just ready for a new look? We offer a convenient and profitable in-house consignment service. Every item that you consign with us is professionally merchandised
and displayed in our beautiful showroom so that it looks great and sells quickly. We streamline the whole process for you to keep it convenient, quick, easy, fun, and profitable.

Meet our Team

We are a team of professionals and very highly regarded collectors/dealers who live in Las Vegas and have over 70 years of experience among us:

If the “Campbell” name sounds familiar, then you may already have experience with Kirk Campbell who ran a successful gallery in Palm Springs for more than two decades. Kirk has been a collector for 50+ years and a dealer for 20+ years. He received a mayor’s letter of appreciation for his small business leadership and contributions to the economic development of Palm Springs. A few years ago, Kirk sold his business and moved to Las Vegas to retire, but soon missed the thrill and gratification of working in the dynamic atmosphere of collectibles & antiques. And so he’s reopened Campbell’s Estate Gallery in Henderson with fresh ideas, a renewed enthusiasm, an extraordinary inventory of art & decorative pieces, and a solid team of professionals to support him.

Nick Valenti has lived and owned an art & antique sales business in Las Vegas since 2004. He specializes in antique & vintage oil paintings as well as high end lithographs and has over 30 years experience selling fine art pottery and art glass. Over the years, Nick has a collected a large variety of antique & vintage first edition books, antique postcards, and ephemera. Nick also offers considerable firsthand knowledge and experience working with estate sales and auctions.

Gene Alexander and Wallace Napier-Psomas moved to Las Vegas from Honolulu a little more than three years ago. Since then, they’ve immersed themselves in the local antiques & collectibles circuit, befriending and working with many vendors around town. Gene & Wallace specialize in Asian art including antique & vintage Chinese period pieces, as well as some Japanese and Korean art. They also offer an assorted collection of Eastern and Western art pieces, including Chinese scrolls, jade carvings, Lalique, marble & bronze sculptures, mid-century modern furniture, contemporary artworks, and most anything else that exhibits fine artisanship and choice materials (from jewelry and glass to wood carvings and hand painted porcelain).

 Last, but definitely not least, we offer an old movie memorabilia section in our gallery under the loving care of Warren Hays. Warren has been living in Las Vegas since 1999. He has an intimate knowledge of “Old Hollywood” and many first-hand experiences and stories to share including working with movie stars like Carol Burnett, Judy Garland, Richard Burton, and Julie Andrews. He was also a voice over character for the animated film, “An American Tail” (1986). Warren has been collecting books & photographs his whole life and he is very happy to help you with your own collection.


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