May 31, 2011
Antiques lovers and Interior design enthusiasts seeking inspiration must come and join us for a unique two day shopping experience, featuring hand-selected, one of a kind antiques, architectural and industrial artifacts, vintage finds and unusual decorative objects.
The Great British Pine Mine of Kensington, Maryland, and Housewerks Salvage of Baltimore, Maryland, in collaboration with The Dunes, have come together to present a selection of their ever-changing inventory of European antique pine furniture and salvaged architectural items, now rescued and destined for a new life in Washington, DC.
When you shop at The Lost Caravan you buy traditional craftsmanship and quality while avoiding support for unethical labor practices and unsustainable exploitation of raw materials. If you want to reduce your carbon footprint, buy old. These pieces were made to last and, using no new material resources, represent the ultimate in green design. Do you love the weathered, time-worn look in your interior decorating? We have the genuine article.
Free local delivery, Complimentary champagne from 1-2 pm, Wallet and purse friendly drink specials, All major credit cards accepted, On Saturday: DJ Stereo Faith (3-6 pm), On Sunday: Pete Muldoon Solo Jazz Guitar, DJ Brian Lu (3-6 pm)
To those who can’t make it to the Lost Caravan, don’t despair. We can serve you from the wealth of first class merchandise in stock at our retail showrooms. The Great British Pine Mine is located at 4144 Howard Avenue in Kensington, Maryland and Housewerks Salvage can be found at 1415 Bayard Street, Baltimore, Maryland. If you have any antique pine furniture needs or are looking for fireplace mantels, stained glass, ironwork, lighting, plumbing fixtures or any other elements of architectural salvage for your current or your future renovation project, visit our individual locations to see the best selection in the Mid-Atlantic region.
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