Specializing in 18th and 19th century American Country furnishings in early paint and primitive crafts and linens

Events

Curry’s Country Christmas 2018


Nov. 1st from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm  *New Time*
Nov. 2nd from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm  *New Time*
Nov. 3rd from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm

Dec. 1st from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm.... 
Lunch served free

Blessed are we all, in so many ways.  As Christmas time comes, we all feel the nostalgia of our youth and would love to peek in a window to see ourselves at a young age and especially to see our family – but we can see those times and memories in our children and our grandchildren, if we are so blessed.  Now we are making those memories for the people we hold near and dear to us. Let’s make them good ones. Make the reason we celebrate the birth of Jesus, an amazing time. We strive to always be unique and detailed here at Curry’s. With 16 people working hard to make great and exceptional things for you on every occasion, Christmas is always our best and most amazing, time.  If you’ve not seen our hand stitched nativity, you will have to come by to see how a piece of fabric can be so gorgeous and detailed. The camels are remarkable. The scents of our extraordinary candles in quart jars are available. Our hand dipped Christmas lights are heavily scented with clove and ginger, brown and green cords. Gingerbread men with spicy fragrances, stripe stockings, mice that are plain and Santa decorated, tiny fresh orange decorations for little trees, alpaca buck deer, mama deer and baby, are wonderful, angels for your tree in a beautiful  primitive look, ornament log cabins, alpaca sheep for tree and for nativity size, cranberry garlands, sweet gum ball garlands, silver pine cone garlands, twig balls and stars, spiced icicles, mittens as ornaments, fresh orange and bay garlands, small deer for the tree, wreaths that are outstanding, pheasant ornaments, braided garlands, gourd garlands, small lanterns that light up for your tree, some are punched tin; Stacee Droits Santa’s with our outstanding animals, laying down buck deer that are always such a hit, rusty tin deer for tree plus rusty tin angels, fresh bay wreaths (order only); sweet potato garlands with great spicy fragrance, snowmen families, snowmen ornaments, outside log deer, we make handmade wool capes with over capes to the elbow and so much more.

A great new selection of antiques from New England; hutch tables, many early open top cupboards, sawbucks, tavern tables, hanging cupboards, candle boxes,  painted dough bowls, dough boxes, small tables, H hinged cupboards, leather books, very early portraits, lots of nice pantry boxes, early settles, wall tables, large selection of oriental rugs, apothecaries, wonderful noodle boards and bread boards, large floor model apothecary that is finished all around and would make a great island in your kitchen or dining area, oval top tables,  and so much more.

Again, we will be having two great weekend shows this holiday season to inspire you with many new and wonderful decorating ideas.


We will be working the entire month of November to have new and wonderful items for the December shows.  As always, we will be in early traditional clothing and serving refreshments. There is definitely something for everyone.

Our December 1 show, 11:00 am to 2:00 pm, will have hearth cooking going on for everyone to try free.  Roast pork tenderloin, hams, potatoes, corn, green beans, chutney, rolls. Come enjoy our festive decorated shop with great food.  Our nativity sets will be done at time and lots of decorations for your home. We thrive on handmade things here at Curry’s and hope you can collect some wonderful things for your home


Please check out Early American Life’s magazine, Nov/Dec issue.  They are publishing an article as a tribute to my husband Bill. I will have lots of issues at both shows, if you would like one.  It is an article about his love to build log cabins all over the United States and many here, but mostly the last one he started on the back of our house.  I hope you all have the opportunity to come see the cabin.


A Miraculous Merry Christmas from the whole crew at Curry’s Antiques

Linda Miller will be open at the same time, make it a great time.

Here are a few places to spend the night only five minutes away.

Holiday Inn Express          740-654-4445

Hampton Inn                740-654-2999

Baymont Inn                740-994-4874     

Curry’s
1333 Rockmill Road
Lancaster, Ohio 43130
740-654-1333

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