135 N. 7th St.
Zanesville, OH 43701
Phone: (740) 452-4511
Fax: (740) 452-4512
135 N. 7th St., Zanesville, OH, US, 43701
- Phone: (740) 452-4511
- Fax: (740) 452-4512
Where a touch of thread becomes a thing of beauty.
Visit one of Muskingum County's historic locations and find fine collectibles at the same time.
Two floors house items such as antiques, collectibles, crafts, gifts, furniture, quilts, silver, art glass, pottery, china, books, dolls, toys, jewelry, records, art, glassware, dinnerware, and more.
Vintage and antique furniture, pottery, china, glass, prints and frames, linens, quilts, clothing, and books are found on three floors.
For over 15 years, the Olde Towne Antique Mall has been bringing several different items of jewelry, glass, pottery, furniture, and coins to Central-Southeast Ohio. With 75 dealers in this 24,000 square foot building, listed in the National Historic Registry, items are constantly changing.
Once the site of the New York Central Railroad Depot and listed on the National Register of Historical Places, the Freight Shops include The Dining Car restaurant, Little Red Hen Creations, Grandma's Toy Box, Mike Nelson Frames, Flames & More, The Sweet Station, and more.
Offering a fine selection of art, original and prints, Mike Nelson's also provide custom picture framing services and a selection of unique gifts.
A retail store for Bloomer Candy, the Sweet Station also has a wonderfully "sweet" selection of nuts, gourmet coffees, memorabilia, gifts, and cards.
Maker of handcrafted maple hardwood baskets woven by local artisans, Mapletree Baskets supply gourmet shops, gift boutiques, and florists with their craft and have a line of sturdy handmade pottery items for the home and kitchen.
A stained glass studio and gift shop, the Glass Galaxy offers locally crafted stained glass items.
Purveyor of fine oak and cherry furniture in traditional Amish style, Homestead also has a vast selection of home accessories such as candles, baskets, wrought iron, pottery, and lace.
A gift shop specializing in Boyds Bears and much more.