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When David Kowalski heard about a space opening up in an antique shop in Atlanta, he opened Brick+Mortar on a whim and used his personal vintage collection as stock. When it swiftly sold out, he knew he was onto something. His distinctive aesthetic draws him toward well-crafted artifacts with artful details like ornate ceramic lamps, steamer trunks, stereoscope cards, or a rare illustrated edition of Alice in Wonderland. This eclectic collection of furniture, books, original art, and more is ripe with delightful surprises.
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Unopened box of 36 Kodak projector slide plates; circa 1970. Each plate is 2” square. This vintage product is in mint, original condition.
L 2.25” W 2.50” H 5.50”
Founded in the winter of 2012 in an old antique shop in Midtown Atlanta, Brick+Mortar is the creation of vintage collector, antiquarian, and Georgia native David Kowalski. In order to ensure a future for items of historical value, David curates his collection carefully, choosing lamps, prints, and furniture that seem to tell stories stretching back generations.