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May 10, 2008 / Merchant News from Our Advertising Dept

Replacements for brownstone doors

Dozens of the beautiful doors you’ve seen while walking past Brooklyn’s historic brownstones have been replaced or restored by Amighini Architectural of Jersey City. This family business is dedicated to providing rare doors, structural and decorative elements culled and salvaged from historic residences, palaces, parks, hotels and other buildings from throughout the world.

All items are 100 percent original and have been restored to maintain their original likeness. In its 20,000 square foot showroom, Amighini offers thousands of unique, unusual, and hard-to-find home decor items. They also fabricate many specialty items such as wrought iron gates and balconies, doors, stained glass, and windows from antique wood and lumber.

Visit their website, or stop by their showroom to find the right piece for your next project.

Amighini Architectural’s showroom is open weekdays 9 am to 6 pm, Saturdays 10 am to 6 pm. They accept Visa and MasterCard.

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