Manufacturer of Antique Furniture Reproductions — located in Rappahannock County for more than 30 years, custom-build the most authentic reproduction furniture including French, Shaker, Tavern, Irish, Mission, Pedestal and Trestle tables. We also custom-build islands, servers, coffee tables, end tables, desks, and benches. Our furniture is hand-crafted with mountain and recycled antique lumber — available in custom sizes and finishes and delivered throughout the United States. To complement your table or island, we offer an array of chairs/barstools — Windsor, Ladderback, Lorille, Canterbury, Cambridge, Park Avenue, Yorktown and Thumback. At Antique Tables Made Daily, we carefully recreate the look, sturdiness and feel of early farm tables and furniture.
11755 Lee Highway Sperryville VA 22740
540 987 9119
Located adjacent to The Inn at Little Washington, this shop is a conglomeration of beautiful and interesting finds in the world of collectibles. The front room is filled with vintage furniture and other unique pieces, all surrounded by a display of art. Our porcelain collection includes Limoges pieces and pieces from Czechoslovakia, Germany, Japan and England. Displays of Chinese artifacts and depression glass are lighted by delightful lamps peppered among the treasures. The back room holds another treasure trove of goodies including lovely primitives, kitchen collectibles, toys, knickknacks and interesting works of art. To help you walk down memory lane is the ticktock of old clocks, from small to wall clocks.
325 Middle Street Washington, VA 22747
309-A Main Street, Washington, VA 22747 540-675-1411
We are a fifth-generation family owned business, showcasing an eclectic collection of gifts. Come see our wide variety of Polish Pottery, sterling silver jewelry, and quilts–we are Northern Virginia’s LARGEST QUILT OUTLET. The shop also features unique fair trade items, ladies' clothing and accessories. Our renowned fruit stand has delicious cider, preserves, jellies, honey, and the finest apple and fruit butters. Seasonal local fruit. Open all year! 2 miles West of Sperryville on Route 211.
11600 Lee Hwy P.O. Box 520 Sperryville VA 22740
Located on 138 acres in the shadow of Old Rag, Belle Meade Farm offers tranquility, space and beauty. Enjoy our accommodations in a renovated Victorian farmhouse and cottage. Explore the farm, enjoy the pool, hot tub and pond. Whole house rentals, group retreats available. Guests of all ages welcome. The Schoolhouse is available for special events. Pasture-raised eggs and meat for sale.
353 FT Valley Road Sperryville VA 22740
540 987 9748
Blue Ridge Artisans is the joint studio of Jennifer Heverly and Kate Anderson.
The gallery and shop features the work of both artists, as well as a curated selection of other local artists, including stained glass, wood working, ceramics, jewelry and other arts and crafts.
12018B Lee Highway Sperryville, VA 22740
Family owned and operated. Small batch artisan roasters offering arabica beans from small farms and cooperatives throughout the world's coffee belt. Also a place for impromptu picking parties and organized (mostly bluegrass and folk) music on weekends, with a family printmaking studio attached behind the roastery. (See the listing for Hughes River Trading Company.)
11836 Lee Hwy., Sperryville, VA 22740
540 987 1006
Copper Fox Antiques has 30,000 square feet of antiques, furniture, books and collectibles. Located off Route 211 at the end of River Lane. Take Water Street from Sperryville to River Lane or Route 1003 off Route 211 to Water Street to River Lane.
7 River Lane Sperryville, VA 22740
Fair Trade and USA made clothing, jewelry, kitchenware, candy, coffee, tea, gifts.
36 Main Street, Sperryville, VA 22740
Stained Glass artist Patricia Brennan is the owner of De'Danann Glassworks, a commission stained glass studio. She works in traditional stained glass techniques and creates detail in her glass by silk screening, etching or hand painting.
De'Danann Glassworks is a lovely, relaxing place to come, be inspired and create glass projects. We offers classes in stained glass and mosaics. A one day work shop for small groups on the weekend can be arranged, or you may attend one of the regular classes offered on Wednesday or Thursday mornings. The studio is open by appointment, we look forward to your call. If you’re passing through Sperryville, Patricia’s work can also be found at River District Artisan Market, located on 3 River Lane, Sperryville VA.
PO Box 456, 23 Spyder Mountain Lane, Sperryville Va 22740
540 987 8615
Eastwoods is a small tree nursery specializing in Japanese maples (more than 300 different varieties), Ginkgos (about 30 different cultivars) and selected conifers (about 80 different selections). Our trees vary in size from one-year babies to mature trees with up to 8-inch diameter trunks. We back up our sales with help selecting the best tree for your location and with information on planting, care and pruning.
634 Long Mountain Road Washington VA 22747
540 675 1234
We design and create our own wood products. We specialize in rustic style floating shelves and oversized vintage style wall hanging clocks. We sell primarily online but welcome customers who want to come to our workshop / showroom to purchase directly from us. We can custom make any of our pieces to a customers needs.
14828c Lee Hwy, Amissville, VA 20106
Flourish Root is a boutique florist creating nature inspired designs for weddings, events, everyday & commercial spaces. Located at 7 River Lane in Sperryville -- they use flowers & foliage from local gardens, farms & friends to put together custom designs for special occasions & surroundings. Visit their studio & workspace for local florals & green creations to take home and plants & green goods for your spaces. Studio shop is open 2-6 on Friday afternoons & Saturdays 11-6.
7C River Lane, Sperryville, VA 22740
Four Calling Birds, Ltd. is the design and music studio of Gail Crouthamel and daughters Anne, Robbin, and Holly. Our work incorporates elements from historical designs and nature, and compliments both traditional and contemporary settings. We form and glaze all of our ceramics by hand, and handpaint all of our artwork.
325 Middle Street P.O. Box 324 Washington, VA 22747
Gay Street Gallery presents the work of select, award-winning artists from Virginia and around the country. With a focus on representational landscape and figurative paintings, the Gallery also shows sculpture and other three-dimensional art, and hosts exhibitions of contemporary work in various media. Open daily 10-5 except Tuesdays, please check our website or Facebook page for information on exhibition opening parties and gallery talks by artists.
337 Gay St., Washington VA 22747
341 Main St., Washington VA 22747 540-675-3332
The largest, most unusual gallery in the area since 1984, with unique, top-quality local artwork and gifts — hand-blown art glass, exquisite ceramics, striking jewelry, stained glass, fine sculpture, woodwork, metalwork, photography, needle-felting, and many one-of-a-kind pieces. 90% of our artwork is locally made- with a lot of it made right here on the property! We also fill propane tanks. Look for our red swinging bridge one mile west of Sperryville. Visit our online store at the address below.
11774 Lee Hwy Sperryville, VA 22740
540 987 8474
714 Zachary Taylor Highway Flint Hill, VA 22627
PO Box 391, Washington VA, 22747 (703) 282- 9135
Fine art, jewelry and sculpture from the region's foremost artists. Revolving shows, group exhibits and demonstrations. Collectors welcome.
42 Main Street Sperryville VA 22740
540 987 1000
Born and educated in Germany, Hans Gerhard first came to the US as an exchange student for "just one year", but returned to teach at American Universities, and has lived in the US since 1958. For many years, he considered himself a recreational painter of landscapes, and occasional carver of wooden objects, sometimes recognizable as birds,mammals,or fish. Since moving to Hughes River Farm in Rappahannock County in 1987, and encouraged by kindred spirits among the Rappahannock arts and craft community, he has turned to working with scrap iron and steel to create sometimes bizarre,usually rusty, and occasionally whimsical sculptures. In this genre he follows ideas derived from folk art and richly developed by masters of modernist art in different countries. His paintings,meanwhile, have left the realm of observed "reality" and turned emphatically abstract: creating their own reality, leaving the viewers to reach into their own imagination.
Gerhard's work was first publically shown by the late venerable Washington,D.C. Arts Dealer Franz Bader during the 1970ies, and, more recently, in Virginia galleries. His paintings and sculptures have been acquired by public and private collections in the United States and Europe.
3494 Slate Mills Road Sperryville, Va 22740
Heritage Hollow Farms and Farm Store is a family run farm business raising and direct marketing 100% grass fed and grass finished beef and lamb as well as pastured pork in historic Rappahannock County, Virginia. The farm utilizes humane and holistic practices. The Heritage Hollow Farm Store carries Heritage Hollow's own beef, pork and lamb, dog treats, cooler bags & hats, candles made with our lard & tallow. Additionally, we carry Virginia-grown pasture-raised chicken, eggs, and wild-caught Alaskan Salmon from Rappahannock County's own Captain Xan.
7 River Lane, Unit A Sperryville, VA 22740
540 987 9429
Horse n Hound in Flint Hill carries many different items. Brand name products for the horse & riders daily needs. All natural pet foods for your cats and dogs. Dog coats, collars, leashes & pet tags engraved while you wait. For the visitors to the area, mens & ladies Ariat hiking boots, lots of socks and hats for all seasons, waterproof breathable rain wear. Gifts include leather bags, wallets and much more.
667 Zachary Taylor Hwy Flint Hill VA 22627
540 675 1650
Hughes River Trading Co. is the studio and gallery of Sperryville printmaker and artist Margaret Rogers, whose intaglio etchings, engravings and illustrations are on display at the family coffee business, where Maggie's studio is tucked behind the roastery.
11836 Lee Hwy., Sperryville, VA 22740
96 Juba Mountain Lane Sperryville VA 22740 540 987 8041
Kevin H. Adams keeps his Studio in historic Little Washington in what — circa 1950 — was a garage for the local school bus. Kevin, who is represented by galleries in Provincetown, New York and Washington, DC, has been recognized by both the Department of the Interior and the Department of State's Art in Embassies program for his portrayals of American landscapes, including especially his work in the National Parks. Adjacent to the Gay Street Gallery, Kevin welcomes visitors to his working Studio daily 10a-5p except Tuesdays.
337A Gay Street, Washington, Va 22747
12018 Lee Hwy Sperryville VA 22740 540 987 8251
Located in the historic town of Washington, we provide holistic products and services that are both natural and organic. We offer a variety of wellness services, seminars and classes to help create your ultimate state of well being. Services include a variety of massage techniques, facials treatments, body treatments, energy work and more. Wellness packages, series sessions and memberships are available. Our membership package provides valuable special offers for those looking to incorporate a monthly wellness plan into their lives.
261 Main St Washington, VA 22747
540 675 1031
Living Sky Foundation is an educational organization in support of the Living Arts and is committed to being a culturally diverse foundation to improve the quality of rural existence through social change, public outreach, continuous learning and youth leadership. The Sperryville ARTist Cooperative was established to showcase a unique group of new and emerging artists who celebrate the natural beauty and farmland heritage of Rappahannock County and the Virginia’s Piedmont region. Located not more than hours drive from Washington DC, Northern VA, Fredericksburg and Charlottesville, the artist cooperative is considered a welcoming center to the Sperryville River District area. Here you will find a wide selection of rich in tradition, handcrafted, creative and cultural items, fine art, jewelry, and learning tools. Services included: Artist Representation, studio space by the day, week or month, workshops and demonstrations, community art projects, and youth presentations.
3 River Ln. Sperryville, VA 22740
For over thirty years the Middle Street Gallery's mission has been to support quality and innovation in the arts and to promote the exhibition and sale of our members' work. As a non-profit cooperative, we also strive to foster interaction and collaboration among member and non-member artists and the public. Our gallery is located above the Before and After Coffee Shop at 31 Main Street, Sperryville, Virginia. Access is both from the coffee shop as well as from the parking lot in the rear. We are open Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 5 pm.
31 Main St., Sperryville VA 22740
Molly M. Peterson is an award-winning and published professional photographer based in Sperryville with travel available world-wide. Molly is the former director of photography for three regional publications, and is a contributor to several cookbooks. Molly is available for custom photography: portraits, editorial, weddings, and births all documented in a naturally-lit, photo-journalistic style. More information available on her websites.
7 River Lane, Unit A Sperryville VA 22740
540 987 9429
Old Rag Photography Gallery is a cooperative of four photographers from diverse backgrounds with individual specialties. Members include Joyce Harman, Bette Hileman, Ray Boc and Francie Schroeder. We offer fine quality prints, classes and photographic services. You can find us in Ginger Hill Antiques, Washington, VA in association with River District Artists and in Glassworks Gallery, Sperryville, Va.
12625 Lee Hwy Washington VA 22747
POB 232, 311 Gay Street Washington VA 22747 540 675 3625
r.h. ballard shop & gallery was established in 1997 and is an award winning, artful two-floor gift shop and art gallery located in the historic town of Washington, Virginia, just one block from the Inn at Little Washington. The colorful boutique gift shop exudes a European flair and the fine art gallery mounts high quality art exhibitions from regional and international artists. They offer a beautiful and unique blend of merchandise that includes a wide selection of French Jacquard table linens, fine gifts, women's accessories, vintage items, tabletop, fine art, sculpture and rugs. The shop & gallery was heralded in 2013 as one of the "BEST GIFT SHOPS" of Central Virginia from Virginia Living Magazine Readers, and as one of the "Top 50 Shops in the South" by the Editors of Southern Living Magazine.
307 Main Street Washington, VA 22747
Rare Finds opened in Washington, Virginia in 1991 and moved to its current location in 2012. The store offers a wide variety of gifts, to include jewelry and women’s accessories. Many vintage items, lighting fixtures, Oriental rugs and pieces of fine art are displayed on and among lovely antiques, all presented by four different vendors. Packaging is provided, as needed, and Caspari Greeting Cards are available to complete your purchases. The store is conveniently located between three B & B’s and the Inn at Little Washington. Parking is provided in front of and behind the store.
211 Main Street Washington, VA 22747
We have a large selection of Estate Jewelry from antique to modern. We feature jewelry by Gina,handmade in silver,gold and semi-precious stones.
Our focus now is vintage sterling silver necklaces and earrings and offer mineral and fossil specimens that range from cabinet grade to "just for fun." We also feature local artists who work with watercolor, oil, stone, etc.
10 River Ln Sperryville, VA
Four potters – Sara Adams, Susan Hornbostel, Doris Jones and Nancy Nord – joyfully making functional and artful ceramics. We are located at Copper Fox Antiques in Studio 3B in Sperryville, VA where the north and south forks of the Thornton River converge. Thanks goes to Alex Sharp for building studio space for us after River District Arts closed in 2016. We opened our new studio in November, 2016, just in time for the 2016 RAAC Art Tour. We welcome visitors to see our work and how our work in made. We are usually there on the weekends.
Each of the potters views pottery from a different perspective and that is reflected in our unique work. Making pottery offers us an outlet for our creativity and a balance between the right and left sides of our brains, as well as an escape from the hustle/bustle of everyday life. Ceramics/pottery is a diverse medium of expression and offers an ever changing source of joy in creating objects from clay.
7 River Lane Sperryville, VA 22740
We sell Virginia chutney, apples, peaches, pears, nectarines, apricots, fresh cider, gluten-free products, organic products, jellies, jams, local honey, Trickling Springs Creamery, locals eggs and lots more!
64 Old Hollow Rd, Sperryville, VA 22740
150-year-old country store with groceries, cold drinks, fresh local produce, fresh-cut meats, aged cheeses, excellent beer and wine selection. Local maps. Located in the heart of Sperryville at the intersection of routes 211 and 522.
3710 Sperryville Pike, Sperryville VA 22740
Schoolhouse Antiques is located in the old Schoolhouse building in, Sperryville, VA. Here is where you will find an exquisite collection of vintage and antique furniture. Oriental and Persian rugs line the interior, gracefully illuminated by crystal chandeliers. We have a high end selection at a moderate price. Open Thursday - Monday 10:00 to 6:00 Come see us, we're right next to the Pub.
12108 Lee Hwy., Sperryville VA 22740
The Inn at Little Washington has become an international culinary shrine. Chef/Proprietor Patrick O’Connell’s approach to cooking pays homage to the tenets of classical French cuisine and reflects a belief in “the cuisine of today” — healthy, eclectic, imaginative, unrestricted by ethnic boundaries. The inn’s 18 bedrooms, suites and cottages are sumptuous hideaways. Awarded five stars by the 2011 Forbes Travel Guide (formerly Mobil Travel Guide); AAA’s Five Diamond Award; Wine Spectator Grand Award; Conde Naste Traveler’s Gold List; Travel & Leisure’s Top 500 Hotels for 2011.
Middle and Main streets, Washington, VA 22747
The Shops are home to 30+ dealers with an eclectic collection of primitives, folk art, furniture, fine art, books, repurposed, mid century modern and of course those odd, unusual items. Open Thursdays- Mondays 10-6 pm during January and February. Open daily March through January 1.
12625 Lee Hwy Washington VA 22747
540 987 8440
We invite you to visit this historic landmark fondly known as Little Washington, a tiny village in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains where quality trumps quantity and dining and lodging establishments, shops and businesses win one award after another for excellence. It is considered by those who were born here, and those who settled later, a paradise in which to live, work and play.
Where else can you find in a five-block by two-block area the world's best hotel restaurant, the Five Diamond/Five Star Inn at Little Washington), a Four Diamond Bed & Breakfast (Middleton Inn), one of the top 50 shops in the South voted so by Southern Living Magazine (R.H. Ballard Art, Rug & Home), a cycling/culinary tour chosen the Number One Bicycle Tour for Foodies in the World by National Geographic (Tour d'Epicure), a theatre featuring world-renowned musicians (The Theatre at Washington, Virginia) and a town that still has the same five-block by two-block grid it did when George Washington surveyed and laid it out some 260 years ago.
485 Gay St., Washington VA 22747
540 675 3128
11692A Lee Highway, Sperryville, VA 22740 540-987-9122
Virginia Chutney is a leading artisanal producer of all natural chutneys and pepper jellies. If you wish to have a tour of the cannery please call us.
113 A Aileen Road Flint Hill, VA 22627
540 675 1984
Earth-based wellness through herbal products and classes.
4 River Lane, Sperryville, VA 22740
Facing the Piedmont Mountain range and Shenandoah National park, Woolf Lavender Farm stretches its fingers of lavender rows out towards several bees hives that rest on the bottom of the hill. A misty dream transforming since I first saw the lavender fields of Provence in France. I am not sure if I was the attracted to the bees that were attracted to the lavender or the lavender itself, but, as I watched the life swirling around the plants the different types of bees busy going from flower to flower I fell in love with both bee and plant and wanted to create that myself.
The Farm is only three years old and growing each year; there are several different types of lavender, rosemary and sage. The name Woolf come from Virginia Woolf’s book “A Room of One’s own” This is truly a Farm of one’s own.”
I distill the lavender and other wild crafted plants into essential oil and aromatic waters called hydrosol. I blend the flowers and plant essences into various products. The bees produce honey and if you listen closely you might hear them performing Rimsky-Korsakov’s symphony-The Flight of the Bumble Bee!
55 West View Lane, Castleton, VA 22716