2008 Highway 82 West
Greenwood, MS 38930
Phone: (662) 453-6565
Fax: (662) 453-6566
Noble-Watts Jewelers, located on North Union Street and dates back to 1948. They are known to offer a wide range of jewelry like rings, bracelets, earrings and more.
Sulm's Gifts and 3 Squared Boutique is a one stop shop, situated on North Liberty Street. The boutique offers trendy and fashionable clothing for women. Sulm's also provides a wide collection of home decor, gifting items and accessories.
The picturesque city of Canton is just a short twenty-minute car trip north of Jackson. In addition to being one of the more typically Southern towns in the region, Canton also plays host to Mississippi's largest swap meet twice a year on the second Thursdays of May and October. While you're in Canton be sure to check out the historic town square with its quaint courthouse, the backdrop for filming of the John Grisham movie, A Time to Kill. Public transportation is available to Canton from Northpark Mall in Ridgeland.
Find unique handcrafted, imported and exclusive collectibles at the Canton Square Antiques, located on West Peace Street. You can expect a fine collection of paintings, rugs, lamps, furniture and home decor at this store.
LaDiDa and the Backroom Boutique is a perfect shop to meet all your fashion requirements Located on West Peace Street, this store offers a wide range of tops, dresses, bottoms, shoes, accessories and jewelry.
P Is For Primitive offers classic decor, fiber arts and gourmet food. For people who are keen on taking up a hobby or are looking for learning new things, they offer various classes. Head to this West Peace Street store and enjoy a delightful shopping experience.
Located on West Peace Street, Buttross Department Store is a well stocked store that has a good collection of products from leading brands. The store was opened in 1910 and is a family run establishment
Square Books is a complex of three bookstores established in 1979. If you would like to add to your library or book collection, this is the place to visit in Oxford. The main bookstore and its two other nearby branches have a large collection of books for both adults and children. The emphasis is on Southern American writers, children's novels and lifestyle books. The collection includes renowned authors such as William Faulkner, Barry Hannah and John Grisham along with others, catering to eclectic tastes. Book readings and other events are also held here, including the famous Thacker Mountain Radio Show, so keep an eye out on their website.
Located close to the downtown square on North Lamar Boulevard, The End of All Music is a haven for any vinyl-records collector who has a refined taste in music. Spread across three rooms, here you will find rare vinyl records of soul artists from the mid-1940s as well as blues tracks from the 1970s. The store also has a lot in stock for those listening to country, jazz and gospel music. Apart from selling vinyl records, the store celebrates music by hosting concerts by local as well as touring artists and bands from time to time. To know more about the record store, call or visit their website.