Marjorie Christy has enjoyed selling antiques and collectibles for over 12 years with Bates City Antiques. She loves the mall atmosphere and the many customers that shop here. A box of bakelite bangle bracelets was one of her most interesting sales. Marjorie makes jewelry and beaded articles in her spare time. She also has a big heart for animals.
With an abundance of family items, the love of auctions and looking for that one bargain got Marsha Davidson started. Marsha very much enjoys crafts. In the past, she has displayed at area major craft shows. Being in the business for 19 years Marsha has sold some very nice handcrafted sterling silver precious stone jewelry. Marsha herself likes to collect M & M dispensers, Teapots, Cookie Jars, Music Boxes, and Carousel Horses. Her pastime is enjoying her grandkids and rock hunting similar to Geodes.
After years of accumulating antiques from parents, grandparents and kids decided it was time to let someone else enjoy these treasures. Linda Bowlin has a very interesting eclectic mix of almost anything you would want. One of her most interesting sales was a Scooby-Doo Figurine and the Mystery Machine Van. Linda enjoys learning and researching antiques. She has a passion for rescuing dogs that have been abandoned.
Ray Cramer enjoys selling in the mall so he can reach out to more customers. Retiring in 2007 he decided to start selling coins and John Deer Gators. His most exciting sell was 3 John Deer Gators to Mount Washington Cemetary. Ray belongs to 2 coin clubs, likes to bowl and shop for John Deer items. His passion is motorcycles and old cars.
Chassity Edwards noticed too many items was ending up in the dump that needed to be saved and repurposed. So she decided along with her friend Terra Hodges to help the planet recycle. Their favorite pastime is repurposing and giving antiques new life. Specializing in antique and vintage furniture. You will find some very unique pieces of furniture in booth # 28.