10 Things We Found While Antiquing at White Owl

August 1, 2017

White Owl Antique Mall and Design Center offers 100,000 square feet filled with artifacts from decades past. You can easily spend an entire day in this treasure trove of furniture, pottery, jewelry, crafts, and vintage gems. It’s so big, we suggest grabbing a map (and a friend!) so you don’t lose your way back to the register. We recently visited the White Owl and these hidden gems:

An Antiquing Guide in Cabarrus County

  1. A 1920s gilded Singer sewing machine
  2. Hand-painted wood plank signs
  3. Thermos lunchboxes adorned with classic 90s cartoon characters
  4. A retro pink princess pedal car
  5. Metal Coca-Cola signs
  6. Pillsbury Doughboy gumball machine
  7. Shelves of milk glass vases and bowls
  8. A television from the 1950s
  9. Black, sequin cocktail dress reminiscent of the flapper era
  10. Wooden crate full of vintage vinyl records

No matter what type of collector or antique hunter you are, White Owl is guaranteed to have items that catch your eye. Climate-controlled and home to more than 500 vendors, it’s one of the top antique malls in the South. In addition to normal mall hours, White Owl also hosts auctions every Friday night, yard sales on the first Saturday of every month, and grocery auctions on the second Saturday of every month with local, organic, farm-fresh produce.

Learn more at whiteowlantiquemall.com and find a complete list of antique shops in Cabarrus County at VisitCabarrus.com.

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