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Mooresville Mercantile’s Recommendations for Holiday Shopping



1818 Farms: Shea cream, decorative items from their flower garden, and more

Our nationally-known Mooresville neighbors.  It’s a tradition in our family that 1818 Farms Lavender Shea Cream is in each grandchild’s Christmas stocking.


 ASL Pewter: A wide variety of pewter styles, many made from antique molds

Or call 573-883–2095
Our favorite pewter maker! Did you know they make pewter reproductions for movies and tv shows?


Barn Cat Mercantile: Battery taper candles – customer favorites every year

Nancy does not sell her battery taper candles directly to retail customers.  She suggested, which carries most of her designs;  Michelle, the owner, will be happy to help our customers.


Hanway Mill HouseBeautiful hand-painted and stenciled boxes

Hanway’s painted boxes are always customers’ favorites. Variety of sizes and designs available.


 House on the HillCookie Molds

House on the Hill’s collectible cookie molds are available by finding the retailer nearest to you at


Lawrence Crouse WorkshopsFurniture from a family-owned workshop

or call 844-692-7645
Windsor Chairs, beds, more, all made at their West Virginia workshop.
If you’re in the area, their Open House is November 12-13, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.


Millhouse Candles:  Beeswax candles

Millhouse ‘s beeswax candles come in difference sizes.  The tapers have always been our customers’ favorite. I use them throughout our home.  They make nice gifts also.


Mt. Crescent CraftsBaskets and more

Or call (603)381-2060.
Sara has been making baskets for Mooresville Mercantile for many years.  You’ve probably met her as she helps with our shows. 


 Rowe Pottery:  Pottery from a woman-owned business in Wisconsin
Check out their candle crock gift subscription and their 2022 Yellowware collection


 S&J PotteryRedware, Mocha, more

or call 870-421-3272
Check out Joe’s Mochaware and Sue’s fun Christmas designs.


Smith RedwareRedware from Ohio

Smith Redware’s big Christmas online open house will be Friday, Nov. 11th at noon Eastern Time Zone.


Steven Earp RedwareTraditional redware and delft from a New England craftsman

In addition to Steve’s elegant redware designs, he is a master at beautiful blue and white Delftware designs.  (He also includes interesting pottery history and facts in his “This Day in Pottery History” blog.)


Southern Traditions:  Beautiful and elegant embroidered towels

Southern Traditions does not sell their beautiful and elegant embroidered towels directly to retail customers.  If you would like to order a minimum of one dozen of the same design, please contact me at joann@MooresvilleMercantile.