The Brooklyn Historical Society, in conjunction with Kea Carpets and Kilims, is holding a sale of antique carpets and tribal kilims this weekend to raise funds for the Society. There will be an opening reception this Thursday evening, September 24, featuring a lecture by Kea owner Susan Gomersall. From the Society’s press release:
Join BHS and Kea Carpets & Kilims for a Weekend Sale of Kea’s antique carpets and tribal kilims. Kea’s magnificent carpets come from across the globe. On September 24-27 Kea will transform the first floor of BHS into an elegant and eclectic international bazaar. Feel good about updating your home’s look with a new carpet from the sale, because proceeds will benefit the Brooklyn Historical Society!
Opening Night Reception: Thursday, September 24, 6:00—8:00 pm featuring an informal lecture on tribal carpets by Kea owner Susan Gomersall. Sale continues: Friday, Sept. 25—Sunday, Sept. 27 during regular BHS hours.
BHS is located at 128 Pierrepont Street, at the southwest corner of Pierrepont and Clinton. It is open Wednesday-Friday and Sunday 12-5 P.M., and Saturday 10 A.M.-5 P.M.