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White’s Mercantile Wishlist – Curated by Mike Wolfe

 

Our friend and amazing artist Holly Williams recently asked Mike Wolfe to share his personal wishlist from her online shop White’s Mercantile. She carries some unique goods both online and in her store on 12th South in Nashville. 12 South is one of Nashville’s most beautiful historic neighborhoods and her shop is must see if you’re ever in the city, but you can snag all her cool items online as well. Below is a couple of Mike’s favorites, but make sure you check out the whole wishlist here. Father’s Day is right around the corner, and White’s Mercantile has a lot of great gifts for men!

 

Waxed Canvas Weekender, Truffle

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 Suede & Smoke Candle

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Filson Western Vest, Forest Green

 

 

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See the Rest of Mike’s Wishlist Here at White’s Mercantile.

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6 Comments

6 thoughts on “Whites Mercantile: The Wishlist Curated by Mike Wolfe”

  1. Louann Stanke

    Sure do enjoy your show and your store in Nashville. We were there April 27th on Monday talking with the clerk she said you were there day before So sorry we missed you would be great to meet you. Hope your travels take you to wonderful places keep up the great work.

  2. Tim Bambrough

    I saw the episode that was on last night where you pulled out two Nash Healeys out of the earth them. I am wondering if you still have one left? If so what condition are the cars in and what are you asking for the cars?

  3. Shane

    I live in upstate NY and my parents have an old bicycle. They don’t know what it is or what its worth. Its rusty but pretty solid I was wondering if I sent a picture if you could tell me more about it. I also know of what I call an old car graveyard around here…100’s of old cars lined up neatly but they just sit there. I don’t know their name or if they are selling but if you’re interested I could give you the name of the town and you could check it out next time you’re in upstate NY

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