In our shop you’ll find a wide variety of items: antiques, gifts from around the world, fine handmade linens, handmade blankets done by Mennonite women in Oklahoma, handmade quilts from Arkansas, old musical instruments, fine crystal, wood carvings, and much more. Pricewise, there is something everyone can afford.
Our main categories of items are: books, glassware, furniture, original art, seasonal gifts, musical instruments, fine linens, and handmade tablecloths and quilts. Some of these categories are introduced below. Go to the Slideshow to see examples of current and recent items.
These beautiful dream catchers were handcrafted by Carol Umble, a Native American of Cherokee and Potawatomi tribe ancestry. Her Cherokee name is Kaethe, which means "Clear Sky After Storm." This artist now lives in Marble, NC. Her exquisite dreamcatchers come in two sizes.
We have a variety of other authentic Native American wares, including Kachinas from the Southwest and pottery from Cherokee, NC.
Depression Glass (1920 - 1940) was the elegant glassware of its time. It was often packed in cereal boxes and flour sacks. It came in "lotsa" colors: amber, blue, yellow, pink, white, black, green, and red. Glass memorabilia comes in so many forms and shapes. We have some beautiful lead crystal items such as glasses, vases, urns, and bowls. Don't miss the Tiffany crystal bowl in the Slideshow.
NOW LOCATED IN HISTORIC DOWNTOWN MURPHY:
41 Tennessee St.
Murphy, NC 28906
11 AM to 5 PM Tues. - Sat.
CLOSED on Sundays and Mondays
Also closed on HOLIDAYS and
during bad weather.