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 Bittersweet-Blessings.com, which carries most of her designs; Michelle, the owner, will be happy to help our customers.
Hanway Mill House: Beautiful hand-painted and stenciled boxes
Hanway’s painted boxes are always customers’ favorites. Variety of sizes and designs available.
House on the Hill: Cookie Molds
House on the Hill’s collectible cookie molds are available by finding the retailer nearest to you at www.houseonthehill.net/buy.
Lawrence Crouse Workshops: Furniture 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 Crafts: Baskets 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 Pottery: Redware, Mocha, more
or call 870-421-3272
Check out Joe’s Mochaware and Sue’s fun Christmas designs.
Smith Redware: Redware from Ohio
Smith Redware’s big Christmas online open house will be Friday, Nov. 11th at noon Eastern Time Zone.
Steven Earp Redware: Traditional 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.