Hawksbill Trading Company
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seasonings

Produce & Baked Goods

Arts & Crafts

Arts & Crafts

gifts

Accessories & Gifts

furniture

Home Decor & Antiques

Arts & Crafts

Shop and be inspired by our ingenuity. Our creativity is your reward. Our artisans are here to make your life a little more special.

Produce & Baked Goods

Shop here for locally grown vegetables and delicacies baked with care. From our farms to your tables, we offer you the best ingredients.

Accessories & Gifts

When you are in need of a gift, we will have something special for you to give. Don’t limit yourself, be creative with your giving. Or treat yourself to something new.

Home Decor & Antiques

From market finds to repurposed items and furniture. Our sellers bring to you only the best selections to compliment your good taste.

Hawksbill Trading Company

Small Business’ Big Deal

Stop by Soon!

139 Virginia Avenue – Luray, Virginia

  • Come and celebrate more than twenty-five vendors joining together to grow their businesses here in Luray.
  • The Hawksbill Trading Company is a vendor owned cooperative offering produce, baked goods, accessories, home goods, antiques, fashion, arts and crafts.

The Hawksbill Trading Company is now open 7 days a week.

  • Monday,Tuesday,Thursday,Friday : 10 am-6 pm
  • Wednesday: 10 am – 7 pm
  • Saturday: 8 am – 6 pm
  • Sunday: 12 – 5 pm
Old Main Street Luray

Old Main Street Luray

The Shenandoah Valley has a tradition of innovation born of necessity. Our ancestors who settled this area made what they needed, and traded any excess that they had. From a humble barn raising, to a fine painted blanket chest, nothing was a solo production. It took a group of artisans, crafters, tinkers and growers then, and it takes the same now.

During the train age in Luray there was a sophisticated merchant class that went as far as New York to bring the latest fashions back for their mercantiles. In return longboats made their way to Georgetown via the Shenandoah River shipping pig iron, grain and other products to the newly formed Nations Capitol.

Our cooperative is the latest chapter in this long tradition of trade. Items that show an actual hand in the process are what we crave. Locally grown and sourced ingredients are what we serve at our tables. Unique antique and vintage items that have a one of a kind story are what we use to decorate our homes. Artisan made items are what we treasure and hand down.

We invite you to stop in and see the latest offerings. Serve up something new that is as old as the hills. Visit a while, tell some lies, slow down and live a little at the Trading Company

We’ve grown from less than 20 vendors to almost 50 this year, so if you haven’t stopped by you’re missing out on the most interesting shopping experience in Page County and your chance to support local growers, makers, crafters, collectors, creators and artist!

Yard Sale Sign

UPSCALE YARD SALE & OPEN AIR MARKET

September 30 10 AM

There’s still plenty of time to reserve a space to sell your wares this Saturday at Hawksbill Trading Company. Either stop by the Trading Company, or call 540 743 1819 to reserve your space and pay the $5 fee.

The weather will be nice and we’re expecting a busy day, so clean out your closets, your attic, garage and basement and send things off to a new home!

Be sure to share the event on your Facebook and social media so your friends and family know to show, and we can have the parking lot crawling with customers! See you at the Trading Company!

What people are saying Hawksbill Trading Company . .

E.A.

I am so pleased some people have stepped up to keep the building open and are committed to making Hawksbill Trading Company a success. Our town needs it and we should all support its’ merchants.

E.A.
J.L.

This place is awesome! The space has been reworked completely and filled with vendors. Lots of things you won’t want to miss.

J.L.
Andrew T.

“Little Bit of Everything”
Local farm food, home decor items, antiques, etc. This place has it all. We bought apple butter, salsa, some fall home decorations, a coffee mug and potpourri. It’s a sizeable store too, so there’s sure to be something for everyone. To me, it’s one of the must-stop-in stores in downtown Luray.

Andrew T.
Local Shopper

Lots of local crafts and clever uses of antiques BUT best of all is the great local produce and canned things like pickles and jam. If you are staying in a cabin or camping be sure to check out the nice variety of local baked goods too. Frozen Meat and seafood are available and a cut above what the grocery stores have. Very attractive and a great use of space.

Local Shopper