3 Books for $10! Explore 2 floors and 5 rooms of used books in this 1895 Masonic Temple.
Specializing in nearly-new contemporary fiction, non-fiction, classics, and kids’ books, with a selection of plays of poetry. Entire shop is 3 books for $10, or $5 each (buy 2 get 1 free!)
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With 2,000 square feet of display area, we showcase an array of artists working in all kinds of mediums to produce unique, edgy, and engaging contemporary pieces — all of them for sale.
In addition to our two packed floors of antiques, vintage, collectibles, and more in the Staunton Antiques Center, our upper level Artisans Loft offers a stunning look into the local art and artisan world in our region.
The Artisans Loft presents four juried and curated shows a year on a quarterly basis. Artists submit works and our board juries submissions for final selection.
When each new show opens, we host a Friday evening opening. Our openings are lively affairs including local live music, food, occasional theatricals, and merriment of all sorts. See our blog/events page for details on the current and next shows.
A bite-sized taste of international cuisine in the heart of Staunton
What does Russia, the Mediterranean, and the Middle East have in common? Authentic cuisine located on the shelves of this small international marketplace in Staunton’s own Masonic building.
Staunton Antiques offers three exciting retail floors of unique and amazing finds — from rare and special antiques to charming vintage goods.
Our robust and charming offerings change daily in the two floors of the antiques center as vendors constantly update their booths with new finds and seasonal offerings. Taking inspiration from cultures and styles around the world, everything we sell is designed to delight! Our upper level Artisans Loft changes on a quarterly basis and showcases one-of-a-kind art and artisanal crafts.
Zewd's store has antique Ethiopian handicrafts such as furniture, baskets, traditional dresses and fabrics, jewelry, art pieces and so much more!
Zewd’s store has antique Ethiopian handicrafts such as furniture, baskets, traditional dresses and fabrics, jewelry, art pieces and so much more!
Zewdinesh Mengistu was born and raised in the vibrant capital of Ethiopia, Addis Ababa, a center for international diplomacy, trade and arts for the African continent. Growing up, she was inspired by her upbringing and her mother’s love for handicrafts, to pursue her passion.