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On sale: Grant antiques closing, holiday help from Home Depot

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Its owners are retiring, and Grant Antiques is shutting its doors after 38 years in business. Farm tables, armoires, chairs and chaises are reduced by 35 percent, and garden furnishings, architectural items and entertainment centers are selling at 50 percent off their original price. A garden bench constructed from two ox-cart wheels is $800, down from $1,600. An 18th-century Swedish country sofa, originally $7,800, is $3,900. The sale will continue until all merchandise, store fittings and supplies at the 6,000-square-foot site are sold. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Saturday, noon-5 p.m. Sunday. 4111 Howard Ave., Kensington. 301-215-9292. www.grantantiques.com .

Home Depot is offering markdowns on select appliances through the holidays. A GE 30-inch self-cleaning gas convection range is reduced from $849 to $698. Save $800 on LG stainless-steel French door refrigerators, which sell for $3,000 and $2,800, depending on size. When the guests are gone, save on the cleanup with a Dyson bagless upright vacuum cleaner, $398, formerly $499. Through Monday. At area stores. www.homedepot.com.

If you need proof that Cyber Monday has gone global, check out AllSaints’ Web site. On Monday, the fashion-forward British retailer will offer 25 percent off select men’s and women’s merchandise, including dresses, accessories, jewelry, outerwear and knitwear. An oversized wool cardigan priced at $225 will be $168.75. www.allsaints.com .

— Janet Bennett Kelly

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