Six Mile Antique Mall in Mt. Pleasant, SC is full of some of the most interesting and useful antiques. The owner/managers, Dan and Harriet Blackburn, work very hard to provide the best customer service anywhere in the antique mall business. They have many loyal customers and dealers. It also helps that they are centrally located in the older part of Mt. Pleasant, on the way to Sullivans Island from downtown Charleston they are on the right hand side of West Coleman Blvd., with plenty of parking behind the building.
Jewelry has become an increasingly popular part of antiques shops in general and they have plenty. Quality and color are what matters most, even more than age. One of their jewelry dealers is Jennifer Lowe who calls her business the Beaded Venus. She sells all kinds of jewelry supplies, now referred to as beading supplies, and can repair jewelry as well as restringing something old. Not many places do restringing anymore. Her website is www.beadedvenus.com. She also gives free advice and is there most of the time.
Legare Riano of Legare’s Beads has an exhibit of her original jewelry designs using old gem stones in a glass case that includes all kinds of estate jewelry, for both men and women. Her designs can be seen on her website www.legaresbeads.com.
Addam Coe’s Addam’s Artifacts has a glass case full of Civil War artifacts for sale that he has collected for years. He is one of the few Civil War antiques dealers in Charleston. His website is www.addams-artifacts.com. Chip Brewer sells his collection of South Carolina bottles and pottery from Six Mile Antique Mall also. They have many hard to find things. Janet Gaffney, of Estate Treasures is one of the antique dealers with a space there. She advertises her estate sales all the time on www.EstateSales.org.
Six Mile Antique Mall also sells a lot of outside furniture and garden things. It attracts a lot of attention from people driving by their shop at 761 West Coleman Blvd, Mt. Pleasant, SC, 29464. Their website is www.sixmileantiquemall.com and they are one of the few antiques places that are open on Sundays, from 11-5. Their phone number is 843-884-7900.