Barnesville Antique Mall

★★★★★
39.9891 -81.1769
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740-425-2435

202 N Chestnut St

Barnesville, OH

43713

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My sister and I visited in October 2010. This is a wonderful place--plenty of good quality items, good prices (meaning they were equal to or below what we'd found at other antique stores through Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois), the staff is friendly and helpful, and the store is clean. The items for sale were presented well and were clean. I highly recommend it!

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My sister and I visited in October 2010. This is a wonderful place--plenty of good quality items, good prices (meaning they were equal to or below what we'd found at other antique stores through Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois), the staff is friendly and helpful, and the store is clean. The items for sale were presented well and were clean. I highly recommend it!

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My sister, cousin and I journey from the East Coast to Ohio every Memorial Day weekend to visit with our remaining family members in our birth state. Since the first time we stumbled onto Barnesville Antique Mall several years ago, we have planned at least a 4 hour stop there to savor the unbelievable collection of antiques ALL UNDER ONE ROOF! The only place we have found comparable is on the way from Columbus, OH to Sunbury, OH. It is a trip we look forward to every year!

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My sister, cousin and I journey from the East Coast to Ohio every Memorial Day weekend to visit with our remaining family members in our birth state. Since the first time we stumbled onto Barnesville Antique Mall several years ago, we have planned at least a 4 hour stop there to savor the unbelievable collection of antiques ALL UNDER ONE ROOF! The only place we have found comparable is on the way from Columbus, OH to Sunbury, OH. It is a trip we look forward to every year!

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In October of 2006 my wife and myself decided to go to the Fenton Factory/Museum. We collect so much Fenton we now have to display many pieces in totes. We actually enjoy it as we can change pieces as the seasons change.
On our way down to the Fenton Museum we saw this LARGE billboard saying Barnesville Antique Mall so we figured that if a person had enough money to rent such a large billboard that it would probably be worth our while to stop. We decided to stop on our way back. It was probably 10 miles off of I-70. After about 5 miles we thought we might have made a wrong turn so we stopped and asked a Farmer riding on his tractor. He was a man of few wors but assured us that we were onthe right road and going the right direction. Afteranother 5 miles THERE IT WAS, a large brick building with their name on the side if I remember correctly. We walked in and immediately you could smell the aroma of days gone by. We were also greeted in a friendly manner if we needed any help. We politely declined as I am the sort of shopper that likes to take his time and ask for help when needed. STUFF.......TONS OF STUFF!! I was in heaven to say the least. I don't know how many diferent years that my eyes were beholding but I'm sure that it had to be no less than a couple of hundred years of collectibles. I wish that I would have left myself 4 or 5 hours to browse because it taes that long on the first two floors. I had to ask for help. I needed to knoe if they had any Fento glass.The answer was YES, my reply was, show me the way. Beautiful beautiful beautful yellow (Topaz) hobnailed pieces of Uranim glass!! I was in Heaven. I'm not going to say how much I spent but in had 4 figures with a large number in front. They were kind enough to offer a discount also. To make a long story short, If your ever travelin g up or down I-70 and want to stop at a true antique shop, STOP THERE!! I wish I would have stopped their before going to the museum as I would have saved a few thousand dollars. But the glass that I bought from the 20,s and 30's were not avaiable at the museum. I'm going to make a stop back as I am remodeling a room and it's going to have a Victoian theme and from what I saw thier I will have no problem decoratin the room. My thanks to the kind people at the Barneville Antique Mall and My wife and I look forward to seeing you soon!

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In October of 2006 my wife and myself decided to go to the Fenton Factory/Museum. We collect so much Fenton we now have to display many pieces in totes. We actually enjoy it as we can change pieces as the seasons change.
On our way down to the Fenton Museum we saw this LARGE billboard saying Barnesville Antique Mall so we figured that if a person had enough money to rent such a large billboard that it would probably be worth our while to stop. We decided to stop on our way back. It was probably 10 miles off of I-70. After about 5 miles we thought we might have made a wrong turn so we stopped and asked a Farmer riding on his tractor. He was a man of few wors but assured us that we were onthe right road and going the right direction. Afteranother 5 miles THERE IT WAS, a large brick building with their name on the side if I remember correctly. We walked in and immediately you could smell the aroma of days gone by. We were also greeted in a friendly manner if we needed any help. We politely declined as I am the sort of shopper that likes to take his time and ask for help when needed. STUFF.......TONS OF STUFF!! I was in heaven to say the least. I don't know how many diferent years that my eyes were beholding but I'm sure that it had to be no less than a couple of hundred years of collectibles. I wish that I would have left myself 4 or 5 hours to browse because it taes that long on the first two floors. I had to ask for help. I needed to knoe if they had any Fento glass.The answer was YES, my reply was, show me the way. Beautiful beautiful beautful yellow (Topaz) hobnailed pieces of Uranim glass!! I was in Heaven. I'm not going to say how much I spent but in had 4 figures with a large number in front. They were kind enough to offer a discount also. To make a long story short, If your ever travelin g up or down I-70 and want to stop at a true antique shop, STOP THERE!! I wish I would have stopped their before going to the museum as I would have saved a few thousand dollars. But the glass that I bought from the 20,s and 30's were not avaiable at the museum. I'm going to make a stop back as I am remodeling a room and it's going to have a Victoian theme and from what I saw thier I will have no problem decoratin the room. My thanks to the kind people at the Barneville Antique Mall and My wife and I look forward to seeing you soon!

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Antiquing at the Barnesville Antique Mall reminds me of browsing through my grandmother's house, but on a much larger scale. There are 3 stories of treasures to explore, all neatly laid out. The upstairs room has a huge selection of toys, glassware, and vintage cloth/linen/textiles. Being close to New Martinsville, WV, they also have more Viking glass than antique shops in other states. The prices are reasonable, and the employees friendly & helpful. The building itself is an antique and that enhances the atmosphere. Anyone stopping in or passing through Barnesville should definately take some time to stop here.

PROS: Huge, easy to navigate, wonderful nostalgic atmosphere
CONS: None

5
★★★★★

Antiquing at the Barnesville Antique Mall reminds me of browsing through my grandmother's house, but on a much larger scale. There are 3 stories of treasures to explore, all neatly laid out. The upstairs room has a huge selection of toys, glassware, and vintage cloth/linen/textiles. Being close to New Martinsville, WV, they also have more Viking glass than antique shops in other states. The prices are reasonable, and the employees friendly & helpful. The building itself is an antique and that enhances the atmosphere. Anyone stopping in or passing through Barnesville should definately take some time to stop here.

PROS: Huge, easy to navigate, wonderful nostalgic atmosphere
CONS: None

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