6 antique shops bargain hunters won’t want to miss in WV
If there’s anything a bargain hunter likes better than finding an unexpected treasure in an unlikely spot for a great deal, we don’t know what it is!
Here in the hills of West Virginia, we have a wide variety of antique shops and malls that house all kinds of treasures, just waiting for you to find them.
Uncover unique Appalachian wares from way back when— some of those home goods are better with age. Maybe a fashionable gem from a bygone era that adds a vintage touch to your style. Or just a memento someone once cherished deeply that’s still got some beauty to share.
Here are a few of the best places to uncover whatever old treasures you’re searching for:
1. Beckley Antique Mall
This multi-vendor antiques and vintage marketplace always has something new to discover! The mall is 12,500 square feet and has more than 70 booths. You’ll find traditional and primitive antiques, vintage collectibles, and distinctive decorative items.
2. Antiques Walk
Tucked along the rolling banks of the Monongahela River in Morgantown, the Antiques Walk features a mix of antiques, collectibles, furniture, glass, china, jewelry, primitives and books.
3. The Country Place Antiques & Collectibles
In the artsy little town of Ripley, the Country Place features antiques and collectibles, basket making supplies and how-to classes.
4. Antique Warehouse
Located in Bridgeport, the Antique Warehouse is a bargain hunter’s dream. They feature a wide variety of antiques and collectibles. You’ll find a large selection of unique metal, wood and ceramic pieces, too.
5. Robert’s Antiques
This fun antique store features a medical museum, full of medical antiques as well as period furniture, oriental rugs, porcelain, glassware and an extensive collection of specialty wines.
6. Williamstown Antique Mall
The Williamstown Antique Mall features an incredible selection of Fenton and Carnival glass, china, stoneware, clocks, antiques and collectibles.
What’s the best deal you’ve scored in West Virginia’s unique antique stores?
This post was last updated on August 22, 2022