From bejeweled handheld mirrors to furniture and knick-knacks, Elkhart County, Indiana takes antiquing to the next level. Many of the items you’ll find here have been passed down from generation to generation and now they need a new home, a new family, and are ready to be part of new traditions—your traditions.
820 Antiques in Elkhart encourages you to “love the hunt, enjoy the find.” And there’s no better place to start your “hunt” than here. Customers have found treasures like an adorable Scotty’s waste can and a giant ship’s helm wheel. The possibilities are endless because the inventory is always changing.
Antiques On Beardsley
Coca Cola memorabilia, treasured family crystal and antique ornaments to give your holidays a touch of Christmas past; Antiques On Beardsley keeps an eclectic range of inventory flowing through the shops.
Dutch Lady Antiques
Dutch Lady Antiques in Nappanee’s Coppes Commons boasts quality vintage and collectible goods. The shop sources fine antiques from more than forty vendors. With vintage toys, linens and glassware, you’ll want to set aside plenty of time to carefully inspect all the Dutch Lady has to offer.
Goshen Antique Mall
Located along the legendary Indiana Antique Trail, the Goshen Antique Mall has forty or more vendors who spend their time finding hidden treasures and putting them on display for you to discover.
Old Creamery Antiques
Over in Middlebury, Old Creamery Antiques has a new location. Its two-story facility opened in May of 2020. Trip Advisor lists it as one of the top five things to see and do in Middlebury. Fans of the store go back several times a year, knowing the selection is ever-changing but always quality. It may look small on the outside, but inside there are plenty of rooms to explore.
Haarer Arts and Antiques
From woven baskets and country quilts to hand-crocheted welcome mats, Haarer Arts and Antiques in Shipshewana offers a wide array of treasures. The modest storefront belies the bounty that lies just beyond the front door. Rebecca takes care and pride in offering you well-crafted items that are often so wonderful to look at, you almost feel bad using them at all.
When you walk through the shop, feel free to ask questions. The owners love to share their stories and the stories of the antiques themselves. Happy antiquing!