2311 18th Street, NW
OH NO!! Thanks to Amanda for passing on from the Brass Knob:
“Beginning August 3, 2019
All Items 20% Off
Selected Items 30% to 40% Off
ALL SALES FINAL
After 38 years
The Brass Knob will close on November 1, 2019.”
The Brass Knob’s website says:
“Opened in 1981, The Brass Knob is Washington, DC’s leading architectural and salvaged decorative house part supplier. The main focus of the store is selling authentic American antique, vintage, and previously owned architectural details for both residential and commercial restorations, renovations, and to add interest and charm to new construction. The majority of the items on display date from 1870-1940.
The store and the online store stock authentic antique door and furniture hardware, many styles of vintage hardware, antique lighting and vintage lighting, including antique chandeliers, vintage wall sconces, vintage table and floor lamps, antique fireplace mantels and vintage fireplace equipment, antique stained and decorative glass, including antique beveled glass and antique leaded glass panels.
Incorporated in the extensive inventory is vintage ironwork, antique ironwork, antique decorative tiles and other unique American architectural artifacts. Many of these items are one of a kind. The merchandise encompasses a variety of styles including Georgian, Colonial Revival, Victorian Rococo, Victorian Eastlake, Mission, Art Nouveau, Arts and Crafts and Art Deco.
The store is conveniently located in the historic Adams Morgan neighborhood in Northwest Washington, DC for anyone who wishes to stop in to browse the selection.”
Ed. Note: The Brass Knob Warehouse closed in Truxton Circle back in 2010.