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Fun shop filled with fun selection of art, cowboy dioramas, pottery and beautiful vintage cowboy and cowgirl boots. There was also a fantastic selection of turquoise jewelry. This place absolutely has great style. I love what the buyer chooses for this shop. Real friendly folks...More
This is one of those unique shopping places, and the fact that it's located in Madrid just adds to the charm. They have lots of different things to look at, including interesting jewelry. If you're in Madrid make sure you stop by.
We spent a few hours in Madrid over Thanksgiving weekend. This was one of our favorite places to poke around. My wife ended up buying a set of beautiful earrings and matching pendant. Friendly dog, friendly owner. She gave us Madrid tips and when she...More
If you like western and vintage boots, jewelry, this is the place. There are hats, paintings, art work ,candles and so many vintage western memorabilia. One of a kind store. You are sure to find something you like to purchase.
We were intrigued by how quirky this place looked so we walked in. We met the very friendly and knowledgeable owner who filled us in on the former ghost town of Madrid that once was for sale in the Wall Street Journal. Now it's a...More
Although this little shop is on the map for vintage cowboy boots, each nook and cranny sports something interesting to look at that you just might have to buy. Melinda, the owner, is mighty friendly and her two mascots are always ready for a pat...More
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We drove through there on Sunday last June. The restaurants were open but a few of the galleries were closed. However we did visit some galleries and antique places that were open. I would guess if you have a specific one... More
We drove through there on Sunday last June. The restaurants were open but a few of the galleries were closed. However we did visit some galleries and antique places that were open. I would guess if you have a specific one you're interested in you need to call ahead otherwise it's hit or miss.