Take a Step Back in Time with Washburn County's Antique Shops
July 1, 2016
Do you absolutely love searching for the perfect treasure? If so, Washburn County has a treasure hunt for you! The area offers a variety of antique shops that will take a true treasure-hunter days to explore. You'll find a 3,000 square foot antique shop in Shell Lake, an antique shop in Stone Lake that also offers cranberry goodies to celebrate the Stone Lake Cranberry Festival, and a huge barn filled with antiques in Spooner. Now that you're all excited to get out there and go antiquing, here's a few options for you to visit:
Prock's Crocks & Antiques- Located in the old schoolhouse in Earl, specializing in Red Wing Stoneware and antique pottery. They carry several hundred pieces of antique stoneware and pottery along with a wide variety of antiques including one of a kind and rare items.
Last Frontier Antiques- Located in downtown Stone Lake, Last Frontier offers a variety of antiques and collectibles, along with Stone Lake merchandise and Cranberry goodies.
Things Remembered Antiques- Located just outside of Stone Lake, Things Remembered offers a variety of unique antiques and collectibles including furniture, glassware, and a variety of gifts.
Betty Lou Home- Located on Main Street in Stone Lake, they offer repurposed home furnishings and unique gifts for you and your home. Creative artisans, kitchen products, used books, vintage purses and delightful finds.
Jean's Antiques- Located in downtown Shell Lake, Jean's has a large inventory of over 3,000 square feet. Offers furniture jewelry, vintage clothing, depression glass and toys.
Marker's Antiques- Located on the south end of Spooner, Marker's offers quality antiques at affordable prices. Inventory includes antique toys, jewelry, pottery, glassware, furniture, hunting & fishing items, primitives & more.
Antiques on Walnut- Located in downtown Spooner, Antiques on Walnut offers a variety of antiques and collectibles including furniture, china, silverware, jewelry, and toys.
Rusty Bucket- Located in downtown Spooner, Rusty Bucket offers a very eclectic style of shop providing the things your neighbor doesn't have. Taking the cottage charm and shabby chic and mixing it with salvaged finds for a unique home decor.
Copper Horse- Located in downtown Spooner, Copper Horse offers unique furnitures and accessories; everything from shabby chic to vintage style.
Poor Richard's Antiques- Located one mile north of Spooner, you won't want to miss treasure hunting in the old barn. Poor Richard's offers thousands of items in several buildings priced to sell. They offer furniture, glassware, crocks, hunting & fishing items, tools, signs and toys.