Downtown Mini Mall I and II: Not really an antique store
This is like a permanent indoor estate sale or flea market. There are separate vendors’ booths with a central checkout place. It is two stories and is huge. We walked in here and walked around a little while, but didn't buy anything. It looks like a good place to prospect for things that you could sell on e-Bay.
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Downtown Mini Mall I
There is the Downtown Mini Mall I and II on the downtown square selling the usual 2nd hand items (or antiques as they are now called) from household items, gifts, clothing, tools to furniture. There are two levels to this one in the photo. The No. II stores is at 118 N Locust.
The Candy Store
If you have a sweet tooth then the candy store is definitely a stopping place. The aroma of chocolate hits you as you walk through the door. There are chocolates in all shapes and forms and they sell all kinds of sweets and candies. Some good old favourites as well.
This store features Cowboy and Old West home decor and accessories. The artwork and furniture are crafted from native Western materials such as wood, horn, and animal hides. They have Western antiques which include tools, signs, kitchen utensils and plenty of others. They also have another store at the Fort Worth Stockyards.
Elements of Design
A great store on downtown square. The offer contemporary home accessories, personal items and gifts which are distinctly different. One item advertised was a pair of Brazilian-made jeans with a leather embossed pattern.
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