Country Moose

Country Moose Comes to Richford

Posted by  //  July 18, 2022  //  Local Business

When driving through Richford, be sure to stop at the Richford Plaza, located at the intersection of Routes 38 and 79.  Nestled at the end of the plaza, the Country Moose contains many antiques, collectibles, crafts, and a whole bunch more!  It’s a great place to come and visit, and consider purchasing a bit of your own history.  

Owners, Geoff and Dawn Potter opened their shop the first of July with antique furniture, glassware, primitives, tin ware, woodenware, jewelry, textiles, and a host of a variety of items that would be of a great interest to visitors, customers, passersby, and others.

Not only will the Country Moose host antiques and collectibles, but they will also be offering a variety of crafts, handmade by several quality crafters, who take great pride in their product.   Their work is remarkable, and one that we are very proud to support.  Their crafts will include items such as dolls, aprons, pot holders, towels, cloth books, jewelry, Scentsy items, local craft vendors, stained glass, travel cups, and a whole lot more!  More items come in every day so stop back and check out the inventory!

The Country Moose is open every week from Thursday through Monday from 11AM-7PM.  We’re closed Tuesday and Wednesday to recoup and restock.  Our employees are always available to give appraisals and accept items for consignment.  Just give us a call!  Geoff and Dawn Potter are on board to give appraisals, plus make sure that every purchase is what you want and are happy with.

If you are a vendor and would like to display your crafts in our shop, please send photos of your items, along with a brief description, The Country Moose is very happy to consider placing your items in the shop.  Consignments are very reasonable and designed to allow vendors to make money.  Just stop in and talk with Dawn, who will walk you through the process.

We look forward to enhancing Richford with new and interesting businesses at the Richford Plaza   Stop by and enjoy a taste of not only history and part of your childhood, but also seeing what local crafters have to sell that might pique your interest.

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