Saturday, May 28, 2011

Antiques in Ohio, Antique Malls Ohio

Hershberger's Antiques
If collecting fine antiques, period furniture, and art glass is your forte, Hershberger's Antique Mall, 3245 St. Rt. 557 near Farmerstown, Ohio is your antique shop of choice. Proprietor, Mr. Hershberger, showcases one of the largest and most extraordinary selections of irresistible century furniture and objects of significance to be found in Northeast Ohio.  Approximately half of the museum-quality inventory is owned by Mr. Hershberger, an Amish man renowned as the leading authority on Millersburg Carnival Glass.  The remaining inventory is consigned by leading out-of-state dealers who showcase rare and authentic finds.

Tiffany Clock
 Hershberger's carries primitives (1700-1830), Victorian pieces from the 1860's, 1890's - 1910 oak furniture, and vast collections of art glass and decor accents.  With such unique pieces and a broad base of buyers, it is important to buy it if you like it because it will probably be gone if you delay. 

Pictured here is an 8 foot tall grandfather clock, signed Tiffany; the clock face embellished in ornate gold.  Note the ornate detail in this close up image of the Tiffany clock base.  Hershberger welcomes business dealers and offers, upon

Tiffany Clock Base
request, a discount to everyone.  Hours are:  Mon, Tues, Thurs, Sat 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.  Wed and Fri are open 8 a.m - 8 p.m.  Since they are Amish owned, no website.  Telephone:  330-893-2064.
Other Malls:

Antiques Trading Post
 Antiques Trading Post, 4761 Twp. Rd. 366 (In Berlin beside the Farmstead Restaurant), Open Mon - Sat, 10-5; phone 330-893-3520.

Walnut Creek Antique Mall, 4872 McKinley Place Dr., Walnut Creek, Ohio.  11,000 Square Ft. of dealers, 330-893-4010, Mon - Thurs 9 - 5; Fri & Sat 9 - 6 

Berlin Village Antique Mall, US 62 & SR 39, Berlin, Ohio, featuring two stories of collectibles and antiques, Mon-Sat 9 - 5; Fri 9-8

While visiting Berlin, Ohio, consider fine accommodations in a restored barn.

Loretta Coblentz,
330-674-7600, May 28, 2011

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