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Also known as the “oldest pottery in America,” the Harker Pottery Company was incorporated in East Liverpool, Ohio, in 1890, but was later moved by the Harker family to Chester, West Virginia. It made pottery teapots and other kitchenware from the 1840’s until the mid-1970s. The company first produced yellow ware and copied Rockingham ware from Rockingham England. In its late years, Harker Pottery produced stoneware and crockpot liners.
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Bunker Hill Antiques Associates: 144 Runnymeade Road: Bunker Hill, West Virginia?
Bunker Hill Antiques Associates is a 35,000 square foot antique mall featuring more than 50 antique dealers selling antiques, collectibles, vintage art, Fenton art glass, estate & costume jewelry, Christmas & holiday collectibles as well at vintage pottery.
The Purple Moon: 906 Quarrier Street: Charleston, West Virginia?
The Purple Moon specializes in mid-century modern and atomic era furnishings, accessories and art as well as vintage collectibles, furniture, art glass, pottery, dinnerware, and wall decorations as well as lighting and other home décor.
Back in Time Warehouse: 200 West Washington Street: Charles Town, West Virginia?
Back in Time Warehouse specializes in mid-century and retro furnishings and décor including restored coke and soda machines, vintage candy machines, retro jukeboxes, and old gas pumps as well as retro bar stools, chairs, tables, counter tops and bars.
Ohio River Trading Company: 619 W 14th Street: Huntington, West Virginia?
Ohio River Trading Company in the old district of Huntington features a nice selection of antiques and collectibles including antique furniture, paintings & artwork, vintage jewelry, sports cards & memorabilia, militaria, beer steins and vintage toy dolls.
Kissin’ Kate’s Antiques & Collectibles: 2759 Main Street: Hurricane, West Virginia?
Kissin’ Kate’s Antiques & Collectibles is family owned and operated and specializes in West Virginia art glass from companies including Blenko, Fenton, Viking, Kanawha, Pilgrim, Rainbow and Hamon as well as vintage Fiesta dinnerware from Homer Laughlin.
Connie’s Antiques: 615 W King Street: Martinsburg, West Virginia?
Connie’s antiques was established in 1999 and features a nice inventory of antiques and collectibles furniture, Shabby Chic furnishings and accessories, old crocks and jugs, vintage art glass, paintings, artwork and wall décor.
Maher’s Antiques: 1619 St. Marys Avenue: Parkersburg, West Virginia?
Maher’s Antiques was established in 1976 and features over 18,000 square feet of antiques and collectibles including country furniture, Victorian, primitives, stoneware, oak mantels and quality art glass, pottery, and porcelain as well as jewelry, memorabilia and architectural pieces.
Pleasant Valley Trading Company: 5853 Progress Ridge Rd: Walker, West Virginia?
Pleasant Valley Trading Company is 10,000 square foot antique mall featuring more than 70 dealers specializing in antique furniture, West Virginia glass, vintage crocks & jugs, estate & costume jewelry, and vintage pottery as well as American gift items and accessories.