Patricia's on the Square offers fabulous home decor, accents, and pottery. We carry the best brands, such as: Nora Fleming, Fingerprint pottery, Swan Creek Candles, Keisha Goff art, Lampe Berger oil, lamps, and diffusers, and much more.
Invented in 1898 by Maurice Berger, this revolutionary technology purifies the air in closed rooms. Thanks to it's exclusive patented burner the lampe Berger purifies and perfumes the air in enclosed spaces like no other system. Perfuming is fast, consistent, and long-lasting in a room even when it is large in volume. At a time when environment concerns are to the forefront, lampe Berger is one of only a few technologies to offer a true improvement in the quality of air in your home.
These excellent candles are 100% American Soybean Wax. They are clean burning, lead-free, and intensely fragrant. Even while not burning, the delightful fragrance will fill the room. Swan Creek candles also come in beautiful re-uasble pottery bowls. With a variety of colors and designs, you can choose a fragrance and a style to fit your home. At Patricia's, we carry a very large selection of candles, melts, and refills.
Located in Pontotoc, MS, Fingerprint Pottery is a wholesale company that has been producing both decorative and functional pottery since 2005. Business partners Jim Hough and Terry Owens have created everything from serving dishes to decorative pieces, all available in a variety of different glazes.
Who doesn't love a beautiful looking table? Nora Flemming is a unique type of dishwear; each piece has a small slot to insert minis in! These minis come in all different colors and styles for all different occasions. They make it a snap to change your tablescape from your child's birthday, to Halloween, to Christmas, and more. Nora Flemming has a piece for every occasion!
Patricia's is proud to present our newest line of pottery, straight from Red Banks, Mississippi! The Gill family are members of the Memphis Potter's Guild and the Mississippi Craftsmen's Guide. The pottery is all hand made, using traditional potter's techniques. They mix their own clay and glazes with a secret technique. Make sure to stop by and pick up one of these beautiful pieces!