Meet Some of Our Vendors & Our Friendly Staff
Anne loves vintage apparel and offers some classic items in her 'Gussy Up' collection. If you like pearl-snap shirts, you are sure to find one. You will also find pant suits, coats, double knit items, and even an Oakley Thermonuclear Protected hoodie! Anne ships merchandise from New York State and Georgia and points in between to stock her booth.
This former 'Okie' has adapted well to Texas life. Her booth is an amazing mecca of impressive furniture and decorating treasures -- priced in a way that will please even frugal shoppers. In Marianne’s booth, you’ll find a collection of Staffordshire, Myott, Mason, Flow Blue and assorted plates, bowls, cups and pitchers, mostly English. Hang on to your hats as you view her spectacular displays.
Frequent twitters and big belly-laughs float from Debra's booth as customers read her signs. She has an extensive array of vintage salt and pepper shakers, magnetic birds, and hankies with which you can wipe the tears of laughter from your eyes!
Michael Flusche assists with mall maintenance and customer service. He’s one of the many friendly faces you’ll find at the MAM.
Harold is the "Kind of Rust." If you don't believe it, just visit his Rust Room, where you'll find many types of vintage tools, cast iron pots and pans, sad irons, scales and peas, and a vast assortment of other rusty items. He also specializes in signs of all sizes and has hundreds of cans in the "beer can room." You can often find Harold holding down a chair in the "tile room."
Twenty-five years of experience make Brenda’s jewelry case extra-special. It’s packed with vintage items. If you are looking for West German jewelry, rhinestones, clip earrings, key chains, and inexpensive jewelry items for crafting -- Brenda has 'em all!\
From fiesta to Frankoma, Russian nesting dolls to Ruby red glassware, cookbooks and linens, this world traveling dealer has a great selection of all your favorite vintage collectibles and glassware
Frankly speaking, you will find Rose's friendly face focused on the Fenton, Franciscan, Fire King, and other fantastic finds featured in her booth.