The Museum Store offers unique gifts, books, posters, jewelry, toys, and more. Items in the store relate to the Reynolds family, historic house, or the art collection. Be sure to check the featured section below for special member discounts throughout the year!
New treasures arrive daily:
Posters, books, and other items related to the art collection and current exhibitions
Beautiful handmade jewelry
Gifts suitable for Mother's Day, graduation, and travel
For Father's Day, men's silk ties, games, and accessories
Snuggly baby gifts
Fabulous ladies' handbags and totes
Store Hours Tuesday to Saturday, 9:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Sunday, 1:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m.
Membership Benefits Members receive a 10% discount in the Museum Store.
Phone (336) 758-5150
Reynolda House Publications
Books for Museum Store
Katharine and R. J. Reynolds: Partners of Fortune in the Making of the New South
By Michele Gillespie $32.95
A World of Her Own Making: Katharine Smith Reynolds and the Landscape of Reynolda
By Catherine Howett $39.95
Introductory Essay by Charles C. Eldredge. Catalog commentary by Barbara B. Millhouse $21.50
American Wilderness: The Story of the Hudson River School of Painting
by Barbara Babcock Millhouse $24.95
Reprinted with permission from the Twin-City Sentinel $12.60
Reynolda House: An American Country Home Becomes a Home for American Art
By Barbara Babcock Millhouse $21.99
Reynolda: A History of an American Country Home
By Barbara Mayer $23.95
OUT OF STOCK
The Paris Gowns in the Reynolda House Costume Collection
By Ruth Mullen $5
The Reynolda House Aeolian Organ
By Rollin Smith $20
Other products for Museum Store
Great Houses of the South
Reynolda House Museum of American Art is one of three historic
North Carolina houses included in the recent hardback publication "Great Houses
of the South." The book, published by Rizzoli, features gorgeous color
photography and narratives of the South's most notable historic houses, dating
from 1700 to 1940.
Reynolda House Neckties
Custom woven silk ties, featuring the Reynolda House logo and historic estate lantern. Sold exclusively in the Museum Store.
Botanically inspired and meticulously crafted ceramic flowers! Though they appear to be delicate, these handmade ramekins are both usable and lasting.
$32.99 each (selection varies)
Molly Dingledine Jewelry
Molly Dingledine finds inspiration for her jewelry collection in the natural world. Her hand-hammered silver, gold, and pearl necklaces, bracelets, and earrings pay homage to the Earth.
Boxed Note Cards
Featuring four cards each of five works from the Reynolda House collection, choose 19th or 20th-century.
19th-century: Thomas Cole, Home in the Woods; Frederic Church, The Andes of Ecuador; Childe Hassam, Giant Magnolias; Martin Johnson Heade, Orchid with Two Hummingbirds; Worthington Whittredge, The Old Hunting Grounds
20th-century: Charles Sheeler, Conversation Piece; Georgia O'Keeffe, Pool in the Woods, Lake George; Stuart Davis, For Internal Use Only; Grant Wood, Spring Turning; Joseph Stella, Tree Cactus Moon
Double deck set featuring images from the Reynolda House Museum of American Art collection.
Martin Johnson Heade (1819-1904) Orchid with Two Hummingbirds, 1871