The Rocky Mountain Antique Mall is located fairly centrally in the town of Edmonton, Alberta, though outside of the main shopping areas enough to grant it the space it needs. This vast mall offers more than 12,000 square feet of shopping opportunities, made all the more varied and exciting thanks to 90 different vendors setting up shop beneath its roof. With plenty of parking, there is no excuse not to become a regular shopper at this store, as each treasure hunt is sure to uncover something new to behold.
The staff at the Rocky Mountain Antique Mall take great care to keep their collections fresh and exciting. Even though the store is open five days a week, there are always new items out in the light of day and displays are refreshed often. Many of the vendors here are collectors in their own right, so it is obvious that shoppers can be assured of the quality of the goods available here. Due to their own interest in antiquing, vendors here are extremely knowledgeable regarding their own wares, so shoppers should not hesitate to strike up a conversation and ask any questions they might have regarding the available antiques. Naturally, the antiques are even more fascinating when one learns the story behind them, and become even harder to resist!
The wide range of goods on offer is one of the main draws of the Rocky Mountain Antique Mall. Impressive collections of vinyl records can be seen, as well as advertising memorabilia, old telephones, chinaware, kitchen utensils, pottery, tools, lamps and lighting fixtures, glassware, candelabras, artwork, cabinets and other furniture items, oil cans, luggage, clothing and other textiles, wood carvings, and so much more. The pricing around the store is generally very reasonable, and some of the dealers are will to negotiate and do deals on some of their items. Therefore, it becomes very tricky to leave this store empty-handed!
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