10,000 sq. feet of treasures, from rare collectibles to vintage furniture. Even the shop itself is an antique, residing in the former Wilkinson’s Department Store building.
The word antique fanatic usually doesn’t conjure up synonyms like funeral director or coal safety supervisor.
Yet Cherokee’s founder, David Sutton moved through these roles before opening the shop’s doors in 1995. David always had a fascination with antiques, buying and selling artifacts all his adult life.
While working as a judicial secretary, Karla White joined him in running the shop in 2002.
Cherokee Antiques is now known as a “Picker’s Paradise” — displaying its merchandise over two floors—each, a whopping 5,000 square feet showcase.
Known for more than just offering rarities, Cherokee also pays competitive prices for gold and silver, and will buy single items to whole estates.
Open 7 days a week and located on Main St. in downtown Cadiz
Closed Christmas day, Easter Sunday and Thanksgiving
Cherokee is also one of the proud members of the local merchants group, Merchants 68.