10 responses to Inside An Amish Furniture & Toy Store (Video)
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    Tammy Vaughn
    Comment on Amish Furniture (January 15th, 2016 at 09:01)

    Amish Furniture

    They make excellent quality products. I was trying to see the price of the heart shaped box. Loved the birds!

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    Comment on Address? (January 15th, 2016 at 09:07)

    Address?

    I live not far from Hardin County and would love to visit the shop sometime, but neither the video nor the article gives the address. I also tried Google Maps with no luck.

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      Comment on Inside An Amish Furniture & Toy Store (Video) (January 15th, 2016 at 09:16)

      I couldn’t find the address online either. It’s probably not that hard to find if you’re in the area and don’t mind asking.

      Check at another Amish-owned business about the Tinker Toy Shop, this is a father-and-son run operation according to Kevin, and reading another of his posts it sounds like he’s not 100% sure about the name but sure enough I suppose 🙂 It’s the area of Kenton and Mt. Victory, the community is 8 churches so not enormous and shouldn’t be too hard to find if you ask in a place or two.

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    Jerry
    Comment on Amish crafting (January 15th, 2016 at 12:30)

    Amish crafting

    Enjoyed the clip. Since I’m an Amish auction junkie, I often see them donate objects they make to the benefits. Around here that clothes drying rack will sell for about $80.00 at auction and $60.00 in their shops. I almost always like the quality and beauty of the solid wood furniture but almost always don’t care for the hardware (handles) they put on drawers and doors. An easy fix.

    Kevin was lucky to find someone selling can goods. That’s no too common here. PA is a bit tough on selling home made food retail requiring detailed labeling. They make vegetable soup in season that’s canned and eaten all winter. And the Amish here might value the jar more than the contents.

    Thanks for sharing Mr. Kevin.

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    Debbie H
    Comment on Handmade (January 15th, 2016 at 14:09)

    Handmade

    I could smell the cedar in that chest just watching the video. My sister has one of those drying racks. We hang quits on it for display when doing art and craft fairs.

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    Kiki
    Comment on Video of little store (January 15th, 2016 at 14:17)

    Video of little store

    Love all the woodworking skills! I’m just starting in woodworking and can only hope to achieve the level I’m seeing here. I only use hand tools and have a very long way to go!

    Thanks for sharing this!

    k

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    M.H.G.
    Comment on Amish Furniture (January 16th, 2016 at 08:00)

    Amish Furniture

    Great furniture! Great items..
    I have already made a wish list…

    (I also already own a red cedar rocker)I just love it!

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    Alice Mary
    Comment on Inside An Amish Furniture & Toy Store (Video) (January 17th, 2016 at 17:53)

    I had the same reaction as Debbie—ahhh! Smell that wonderful wood! I’d love to shop here–I know I’d walk out with bags of items and have to send for a truck to get the dresser and chest of drawers home.

    Wonderful!

    Alice Mary

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    Barbara Prisinzano
    Comment on Inside An Amish Furniture & Toy Store (Video) (January 26th, 2016 at 13:40)

    Can I get a Web site for AMISH FURNITURES ?? I would like to order if you have a site ??

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      Comment on Dutchcrafters Furniture (January 26th, 2016 at 13:51)

      Dutchcrafters Furniture

      Barbara below is an affiliate link to one of our site sponsors, Dutchcrafters, which sells Amish and Mennonite-made furniture.

      You can always check around for other sources (there are quite a few on the web) but they are one of the larger dealers, and have a pretty extensive, customizable selection:

      http://www.dutchcrafters.com/?utm_source=AmishFurniture&utm_medium=logo&utm_campaign=AmishAmerica

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