Old Fashioned Business Name Ideas:
|1.||Ye Olde Faithful|
This interesting name uses old English to create a unique name that suits a pub.
Old coffee houses usually started with "Cafe," and many named exotic places and major cities.
|3.||The Paradise Co.|
This name is striking and evocative and suits multiple types of businesses.
|4.||Crumb & Curd|
Great for a bakery or deli, this name uses the "&" to create an old fashioned feel.
|5.||The Autumn Hair|
Following the pub tradition, this intriguing name would also work for clothing brands, cafes, etc.
|6.||The Grubbling Shoppe|
The old English word, "Grubbling," means to rummage through drawers and pockets.
|7.||The Elflock Book Co.|
Compelling, intriguing, and striking, this name is ideal for a publisher or bookstore.
|8.||Ye Olde Raiment|
Ideal for a clothing store or tailor, this name uses an old word for clothing, "raiment."
|9.||Old World Fruit Company|
Great for a fruit company or a fruit and vegetable store, this name is grand and dramatic.
|10.||The Classic Gentleman's Salon|
An old fashioned way of talking about a barbershop makes this the ideal name for a modern barber.
|11.||Bugle & Hound|
Another name borrowing from the pub tradition. It could suit a number of types of businesses.
"Bibelot" is a rarely used, old word for trinkets and knick-knacks. Ideal for a store.
|13.||Boondoggle's Variety Store|
This name turns an old American word "Boondoggle" into a character who owns the store. Great.
A daring and punchy name that would suit a creative agency very well. "Moxie" means "grit."
|15.||Skedaddle & Scootch|
Both words actually mean the same thing but they sound so great together. For a daring brand.
|16.||Last Frontiers Boot Co.|
Excellent for a leather manufacturing company, this name evokes toughness and adventure.
Chaucer was the first to use the word "haberdashery" in his Canterbury Tales.
|18.||New Century Trading Company|
Evoking old export and import businesses and seafaring merchants, this name is memorable.
|19.||The King's Barrel|
Basically only for a pub, or maybe gastropub, this old name is traditional and evocative.
|20.||Corset & Silhouette|
Beautiful words that sound great together. Ideal for a clothing brand or fashion retail store.
How can I come up with some old fashioned business names?
- Consider using your name.
- Research old brands and companies.
- Find old English words that are interesting and sound compelling.
- Use "&," "Co.," and "Ye Olde" in names.
- Look for older words for your industry, service, and profession.
- Copy pubs and barbershops.
- Feed these old words and others into a business name generator.
What makes a business name old fashioned?
A business name is old fashioned if it uses old-fashioned words and elements commonly used in old business names, such as two partners' names put together, the ampersand, and the word company.
What are some examples of old fashioned business names?
- Ye Olde Faithful.
- Cafe Casablanca.
- The Grubbling Shoppe.
- Skedaddle & Scootch.
- The King's Barrel.
What companies have old fashioned business names?
- King Arthur Flour.
- Jim Beam.
- The Brazen Head.
- Cafe Central.
- Ye Olde Man & Scythe.
- Truefitt & Hill.
- Crane and Co.
What are some old fashioned brand names?
- Corset & Silhouette.
- Chaucer's Haberdashery.
- Boondoggle's Variety Store.
- Last Frontiers Boot Co.
- Ye Olde Raiment.