Squire Brown's is your source for high-quality reproduction furniture, home furnishings and gifts for the colonial home. The store name was penned from a local man, William Brown, who settled in the area in 1752 during his exploration of the Kishacoquillas Valley. He lived in the area until his death and established a grist mill where the village of Reedsville is today. He was a leader during the Revolution and he was the first judge of the Mifflin County Courts. When Brown Township was formed in 1837, it was named after William Brown.

We strive to purchase and provide our clientele with Traditional American-made crafts that will last a lifetime. This is our way of carrying on the tradition of the early settlers of Kish Valley. All that is missing is a century or so!

Chandeliers & Table Lamps,
Redware, Match Pewter & Miscellaneous Pottery,
Kitchen Textiles & Gourmet Foods, Beds,
Bedding, Tables, Windsor Chairs & Upholstery by Friendship

We also carry a wonderful selection of Vera Bradley handbags and accessories, as well as Crabtree & Evelyn and John Wind Jewelry. New to our store is Hobo leather bags and accessories.