Friday, May 15, 2015

+ Feather stone Antique Mall opened on May 9 in Fennville, just a 10 min. drive from Saugatuck and 1mile from J. Paule's Fenn Inn



Featherstone Antique Mall 


Fennville antique mall features

Native American jewelry, collectibles

FENNVILLE – A new antique mall is bringing unique items from Native American jewelry to early American collectibles and art work to downtown Fennville.    
The Featherstone Antique Mall, 221 E. Main St., celebrated its grand opening May 9 and continues offering 20 percent off items more than $20 throughout the month of May. Like Featherstone Antique Mall on Facebook and receive a 10 percent discount.
“If you’re looking for something unusual, one-of-a-kind or different, this is the place to be,” said owner Jamie Stackhouse. “We have the everyday to the unique that people want.”
Along with Native American and silver jewelry, Featherstone Antique Mall also has textiles, advertising, pottery, kitchenware, furniture and toys.
Stackhouse has more than 35 years of experience with antiques, having learned from her father. She gave up her career in human resources to spend more time with her 4-year-old son and run her antique business.
“I just wanted a chance to be a mom,” she said, adding that if she couldn’t work in human resources, antiques was a natural fit.
The Rockford woman wasn’t sure where to open the new store until she came across the almost 3,000-square-foot facility in the small Allegan County town.
“Fennville is an up and coming community. It’s a nice town with nice people,” she said.
Fennville is in western Allegan County among rolling fruit orchards and vineyards with easy access to Lake Michigan and the Kalamazoo River. The town, a quick drive from Holland, South Haven and Allegan, was recently named one of the 17 Coolest Towns in America by AroundMe.com and one of the 20 Coolest Towns in the U.S. by the Matador Network.
Stackhouse chose the name Featherstone to match the town’s heritage with its annual Goose Festival in October.
Items in the store come from Stackhouse’s own collection and vendors who rent booth space. Parking is available along Main Street or in the lot behind the building.
Spring and summer hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday, Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday; noon to 8 p.m. Thursday and Friday; and Tuesday by chance.

 




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