Each month, more than 20 foraging foes of dull furniture display a suburban spelunker's dream of antiques, furniture, and one-off treasures in the historic Meyer Building's welcoming lower level. Whatever style beckons your home or garden, the infrequency of Urban Mining's sales means a fresh rotation of affordable wares arrives each and every month. Browse through enough tablecloths and doilies to outfit a championship tea bash, or check out fashionable vintage mirrors (starting at $25) to reflect a black-and-white version of your formerly Technicolor dream coat. The furniture runs the gamut from striking window frames and lamps (both starting at around $15) to wood and metal chairs (starting at $20) and retro barware ($15 and up). Every fabric, collectible, and piece of dragon-fired pottery comes after intense searches by Urban Mining's collection of hunter-gatherer vendors, who comb the earth on ungainly camels for orphaned and belittled jewels, restoring them and distributing them to appreciative homes.