Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Antique Ohio, Antique Collectibles


Barn Treasures

Loft of Barn Treasures
 The Millersburg, Ohio, Barn Inn Bed and Breakfast, located within a thirty minute drive of many antique shops, is a perfect home base from which to search for special "Finds".  Located north of Brewster, Barn Treasures is open only on Friday and Saturday.  When asked what he specializes in, the owner said, "Everything", a fact prefectly evidenced as one scans the barn, an antique itself, filled to the brim with furniture, retro items, victorian, pottery, and more.
Let the Hunt Begin at some of these shops:

Sideboard at Hershberger's
Hershberger Antique Mall - The inventory of this two-building mall will astound even the most seasoned shopper.  The vast collection of ornate, hard-to-find antiques representing one of the finest shops in northeast Ohio today features this sideboard, which once belonged to Mike Strahan. Hershbergers specializes in Millersburg Glass.

Strasburg Antique Mall - Over 50 Dealers and 3,000 added new square feet, Furniture, Primitives, Pottery, Old Toys.

Riverfront Antique Mall - In New Philadelphia, Ohio, 55,000 Sq. Ft., one of the largest antique malls in Ohio.

Rt. 62 Antique Mall - 1075 US 62, Wilmot, Ohio showcases furniture, glassware, primitives, and collectibles. Amish owned, so no website, Phone 330-359-7990.

Shaker House - In Millersburg specializes in Millersburg Glass, Unique Collectibles, primitives & Art.

Pioneer Loft - In Millersburg selling antiques, vintage items, primitive, colonial, cottage & Shabby Chic, upcycled & repurposed.

Pie Safe at Hershberger's

Antique Emporium - In Millersburg, Tuesday - Saturday, Sunday 10-4, hours adjusted seasonally.  An ever-changing selection of furniture, glass, books and more.

Berlin Village Antique Mall  - In Berlin, 26,000 Sq. Ft of collectibles on two floors, primitives, furniture, glassware, coins, and more.  Amish owned no website.  330-893-4100.

Uptown/Downtown - 215 W. Liberty St., Wooster, Ohio, Mon-Sat & Sun 12-5, no website, email: early@sssnet.com.

Submitted by Loretta Coblentz
June 7, 2011


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