Antiques

Where Indianapolis - - The Guide -

ANTIQ U E AL­LEY It’s atleast a daytrip, but­for the antiques hound, worth strik­ing out east of down­town Indy on W ash­ing­ton Street, which even­tu­ally turnsinto High­way 40, a.k.a. “An­tique Al­ley,” a stretch of about 60 miles with hun­dreds of deal­ers nes­tled in the sm all­towns along the way. Best bets are cen­tered in Knight­stown, Cam - bridge City, Cen­ter­ville,and Rich­mond. vis­itrich­mond.org/vis­i­tors/things-todo/an­tique-al­ley. 800.828.8414. BRO W N ’S AN TIQ UES & GIFTS A fam ilyrun busi­ness since its found­ing in 1945, spe­cial­iz­ing in 19th- and 20th-cen­tury fur­ni­ture and col­lectibles,in­clud­ing table­ware and light­ing,spread out in three build­ings. Also sells new hom e decor and giftitem s. M-Sa 10 am -5 pm , Su noon-4 pm . ww w. brown­san­tiques.com . 315 N. 5th St., 317.873.2284. Map 2-3B FINE ES­TATE ART & RUGS N eed a handm ade rug (Per­sian, Ti­betan or Afghan)for your own palace, or per­haps som e In­di­ana art­work for your col­lec­tion? Stop into this spa­cious show room and take a look atthe pos­si­bil­i­ties,from an­tique pieces to the lat­est de­signs. O pen Tu-F 10 am -6 pm , Sa 10 am -4 pm. ww w. neestaterugs.com.1332 N. Illi­nois St, 317.253.5910. Map 3-8D M ID LAND ARTS & ANTIQ U ES MAR KET Ten blocks east of down­town, in a his­toric ware­house that adds au­then­tic­ity,this col­lec­tion of more than 200 Mid­west deal­ers of­fers qual­ity fur­nish­ings,light­ing,china,artw ork, m ir­rors and ac­cou­term ents­from a va­ri­ety of eras and con­ti­nents. Open M -Sa 10 am -6 pm , Su noon-5 pm . ww w. m id­lan­dath­ome.com.907 E. Michi­gan St.,317.267.9005. Map 1-4E NO BLESVILLE AN TIQ UE MALL Three oors brim m ing with vin­tage jewelry, glass­ware, books/pe­ri­od­i­cals,toys,

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