Can’t get enough of Frank and Claire Underwood and the other political types from "House of Cards"?
Cornerstone, a Timonium consignment shop, says it is selling furniture from the Netflix series, which is filmed in Maryland.
Furniture items include: a pair of lamps ($275), palace urn ($265), arm chair ($395) and tall desk ($495).
The public was alerted to the offerings yesterday when the store sent out an e-mail: "House of Cards fans take note! This is your chance to own a piece of television history!"
Ted Drabik, owner of Cornerstone, said his store has been selling pieces from the show for the past couple years.
"Beth Plein, one of our managers, deals with the buyers from the show," he said.
Currently, there are about a dozen "House of Cards" pieces in the store waiting to be sold, including furniture, lamps and vases, according to Drabik.
Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright are not included.
(Editor's note: A representative from Netflix has been contacted for confirmation.)Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun