5204 S. East End Blv
Marshall, TX 75672
Phone: (903) 927-1139
Fax: (903) 927-2916
Visit this store for all of your wedding needs with items available including wedding gowns, bridesmaids dresses, tuxedo rentals, Mother's gowns, bridal books, veils, and accessories. They also carry prom and formal gowns and custom invitations.
Established in 1896, this is Texas' oldest potter and America's largest manufactorer of red clay pots.
An Ellis Pottery location, The Pottery Tent is 35,000 square feet and filled with floral arrangements, pottery, candles, framed art, gifts, and much more.
Featuring the Regional Art of East Texas. Wonderful native materials become transformed into unique pottery, basketry, wood carvings and gourd crafts in the hands of talented artists.
You'll find a large selection of lovely curtain and table lace at this enchanting gift store that also carries a huge selection of Department 56 lighthouses and accessories, New England Village Houses, Madame Alexander dolls, and exclusive Heritage designs.
Enjoy freshly made fudges at this gourmet shop that also carries an array of chocolates, jellies, preserves, gourmet relishes, gourmet foods, gifts, and antiques.
The official factory outlet for T.J. Blackburn Syrup, this unique gift store also carries Pineywoods Pottery, Williams Food Company spices, and Bear Wallow Cookbooks.
Specializing in antique furnishings, this antique shop carries Victorian period furnishings through the 1930s in a variety of woods including Rosewood, Oak, Walnut, and Mahogany. They also carry American furniture, glassware, lamps, and pictures.
Unique gift shop that carries an array of gift and antique items including Jefferson souvenirs, quilts, glassware, collectibles, dolls, primitives, woodcrafts, apparel, postcards, and Christian gifts.
Established in 1962, this wonderful store specializes in Aladdin lamps and a full line of Aladdin accessories, as well as antiques, burners, lamps, and furniture wax.
Open every weekend from Friday through Sunday, this flea market covers over three acres and features a variety of vendors, a community outdoor campfire, a worm petting farm for children, and a general store.
Gifts and collectables from Tibet, Bhutan, India, and Nepal.