Rustic Furniture Shopping in Tucson Arizona

Booth 23 inside of Copper Country Antiques is filled with unique items to add to your decor.

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Shopping for Glass Stemware in Tucson Arizona

Booth 67 inside of Copper Country Antiques, is your place for shopping. Looking for stemware, a perfect little cream pitcher, or that special vintage tea cup and saucer?

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Drop by Booth 67 and shop. We are located at 5055 E. Speedway, corner of Speedway and Rosemont in Tucson, Arizona.

China Cake, English Tea Sets, Original Paintings and Collectibles in Tucson Arizona

Booth 61 inside of Copper Country Antiques is filled with unique treasures from the past.

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Buying Jewelry and Unique Items in Tucson, Arizona ~ Copper Country Antiques

Case 800 in the front of the store, has a great selection of jewelry and other items.  From beautiful Turquoise Native American jewelry, to colorful pieces for your home, there is a wide range of unique things to choose from.

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Oriental and Native American Indian Shopping in Tucson Arizona

Booth 72 inside of Copper Country Antiques is filled with jade, china, and Native American Indian items, along with other interesting things. This unique blend makes for some fun shopping.

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Find that Vintage Dress you are looking for in Booth 28 at Copper Country Antiques – Tucson

Find Vintage Dresses in Booth 28 in Tucson at Copper Country Antiques. Booth 28 is located just around the corner from the aisle called “Victorian Vista” and one aisle west of  “Wayout West“. Print this MAP and take it with you when you visit.

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Pottery: Useful Collectibles

Frankoma Pottery Company started in 1933 by John Frank in Oklahoma.

The Way It Was: Vintage and Antique Glass

Beautiful vintage and antique glassware including Mary Gregory showing art in different forms.

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