OnNuthatchHill

Rare, bookish, and handmade items that speak volumes.

Bath, Michigan · 95 Sales

OnNuthatchHill

Rare, bookish, and handmade items that speak volumes.

Bath, Michigan 95 Sales On Etsy since 2011

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Note from shop owner Many thanks for your interest in Nuthatch Hill! Our family has just grown, and we are getting to know the new baby. Don't fret! We'll be back soon. Please feel free to contact me via private message with any questions, concerns or requests.

Note from shop owner

Last updated on Jun 1, 2017

Many thanks for your interest in Nuthatch Hill! Our family has just grown, and we are getting to know the new baby. Don't fret! We'll be back soon. Please feel free to contact me via private message with any questions, concerns or requests.

Audrey Ellis Barton

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Audrey Ellis Barton

About

A curated collection of rare bookish and handmade items that speak volumes.

NUTHATCH HILL is a curated boutique, specializing in reimagined art pieces, treasured oddities, antique books and ephemera.

Inspiration strikes when least expected, in our home atop Nuthatch Hill. Our specialties are everyday items from eras past, in need of rescuing. Each object has a story to tell. These rare and handmade items will enliven your home.

There is something spectacular to be found in a everyday-ordinary thing. From an abused old book or bit of metal, we create tasteful modern art pieces with histories that speak volumes.

Preservation, stewardship and patience are the keys to a happy life. Slow it down. Take care. Create and recreate. Be grateful.

Our shop is, quite simply, a celebration of things that inspire joy and creativity. We are a husband-and-wife team of conservation-minded nature lovers, seeking a simpler life.

As Michigan's seasons turn from spring to winter, and back again, so do our projects and crafts. We enjoy creating together, in life's spare moments (when we aren't busy tending to our menagerie of children and animals, or growing food and flowers, or baking, or fermenting, or knitting and sewing, or working in the new greenhouse...).

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Shop members

  • Audrey Barton

    Owner, Maker, Designer, Curator, Antiquarian Book Dealer

    I am a bookseller by day, and a bookcrafter by night. What doesn't make it onto the bookshop floor finds its way into my workbench, where I breathe new life and meaning into what would otherwise be thrown away.

Shop policies

Last updated on February 7, 2013
I like to glue bits of paper together. Some call it art.

Accepted payment methods

  • Accepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits
Returns and exchanges
Returns are accepted within 14 days, in original condition.
If you find a problem with the item you receive, please contact me. We'll work it out. :)
Payment
The sooner you pay, the sooner you receive your chosen item!
Shipping
I wrap and ship my items with the greatest care!
Orchids and books will be shipped in pretty, gift-ready packaging.
Most everything I ship is sent via the United States Postal Service, Priority. If you would prefer a different method, I'll be more than happy to accommodate.

Are you concerned about the well-being of delicate paper flowers in the mail? I am, too! In the event that an item arrives damaged, PLEASE contact me. We'll sort it all out. :)