Weve never been here and have made many trips to Port Townsend. We decided to stop and check it out. We were very surprised to find it pretty interesting. The upstairs is mainly old time lights......art deco and the like. cant believe all they have! Downstairs we talked to the gal behind the counter and she was informative and very... 更多
It looks like a bank converted into a hardware store, but while it does sell items, it is an antique store that specializes in lighting. You have to see this place to believe it.
Lots of stained glass, lighting and hardware, look or buy. Upstairs is a museum only assessible by steep 2 flights of stairs, is not ADA. Enjoyed the display and it is free!
This museum is incredible, and I don't think many people know about it. Went in here for some lighting products and decided to take a spin around the museum and was blown away by it. What a treasure, and the variety of Art Deco lighting is nothing short of amazing!
An interesting collection of new and old with recreations of antique hardware as well as antiques for sale. Upstairs there is a fascinating museum of art deco light fixtures which we love. It was a treat to see this beautiful collection.
This place is nothing short of spectacular if you love glass and Art Deco. The museum on the second floor of this striking building is a collection of Art Deco chandeliers, wall sconces, and table lamps, some extremely rare, but all stunning. There are over 400 fixtures on display dating from 1928 - 1928. In addition to the museum, the... 更多
An impressive collection of Art Deco lights and fixtures jammed together in a large, lofty building. But the stuff on the main floor didn't really feel all that unique or collection-worthy - lots of reproduction items and not all of them lights. It seemed just like a light store, and one without a very coherent display, too Almost didn't go... 更多
This is a great example of art deco lighting with lots of historical information to support the beautiful collection. The building also has retail lighting, rug and furniture sales. It is worth the trip to visit.
We stopped here on a whim. For lovers of home decor or historical pieces, this place is amazing. It is a quirky mix of lighting and hardware, specializing in Art Deco. Someone has clearly gone to lots of trouble to collect all these pieces.
Well worth a stop, whether to buy or just to browse. They have a great selection of vintage and newly minted art deco. The museum upstairs is great fun.