I finally made it into my area’s newest source for treasure hunting yesterday. It’s called Peddler’s Junction Vendor Mall and it recently opened in Lancaster.
This store is fairly large and has over 300 vendor spaces. It’s a nice mixture of things – antiques, vintage, crafts, new decor and some flea market kind of stuff.
Like any vendor mall, the prices are all over the place but I thought they were mainly reasonable.
I was thrilled to find records.
There’s a lot of farmhouse stuff.
Some handmade items.
Lots of antiques too.
Interested? Learn more at their website.
Looks like a good shop – we have a lot over here like that. I’m normally on the rummage for old cameras.
Ah, I saw a lot of old cameras that day. There was a collection of old Brownies that especially caught my eye.
Brownies are cool cameras, and I’d love to use one some day. I can’t buy any more thought – I have too many already 😀
I am a collector at heart and, while I don’t collect cameras, I can empathize with this statement.
Vendor Malls!!! I knew there was a name for the kind of antique shops that I like to browse but didn’t know what the name was. I mean, the antique shops with the beautiful, gorgeous, pristine antiques no one can afford to buy are great too, but I like to get down and dirty, rummaging through jam-packed shelves and boxes and bins. Books and records are definitely favorites.
I don’t enjoy the fancy shops nearly as much as the places where there are boxes to rummage through and junk under tables. Lol. I like the treasure hunt!
I hit SEND too soon. I wanted to say we have some great Vendor Malls here in Arkansas. There’s one in Hardy I love to spend a couple hours in on a Saturday called Melody Lane or something like that. Two stories in a building from the late 1800s I think.
Isn’t it fun to have a familiar place to treasure hunt?
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