About 200 vendors call The Cotton Shed Vintage Market home.

We're proud to introduce you to a few of them here.

Jane's Junk is the creation of Jane Dennis, a veteran junker who brings an expansive collection of vintage and antique finds to The Cotton Shed.  Jane's Junk celebrates Rust and Romance, offering classic fine wood furniture (including many child-size pieces), colorful glassware, and whimsical porcelain figurines, amid rustic furnishings and advertising crates, crocks and pottery, metal and iron decor and an abundance of framed vintage art.  Jane's Junk is a tempting collection that's a perfect fit for those seeking charmed memories of the past.  Keeping the collection fresh with frequent handpicked additions, Jane brings in unique items discovered all across the South.  Visit Jane's Junk and see what's waiting for you.  You can also keep up with Jane on Facebook and Instagram.

David and Debra Meggs

Red Dog Market - Vendor #53

We started in a booth in 2015 with no name, in 2016 we decided we needed a name and Red Dog Market was born.  When creating our name, I listed different colors and animals trying to find the perfect name.  David’s nickname in the Air Force was Red Dog, so it was the perfect name.  David does repairs, builds signs for Debra to paint and helps move the heavy furniture.  He has also been known to paint furniture when time permits.  Debra is the creative one.  Her dad built and refinished furniture and her mother sewed, crocheted and knitted.  She could not help but be creative too.  Currently, we both have full time jobs, but look forward to the day when we can retire.


In our booth you will find painted and refinished furniture, original signs and art work, vintage and antique items, and great home décor.  Currently we also have some fun inspirational t-shirts.  See more at our Facebook Page and on Instagram

Beth Stewart

Beth's Tupperware Corner - Vendor #B7

Beth has been breeding Tupperware since she was a kid, and she showed her prize tubs off at the county fair.  Breeding Tupperware is harder than you think - we can all shove a couple of boxes and lids in a cupboard and come back to three generations, but Beth manages to breed both the box and the lid from the same mother, giving consistency in shape and color.  She breeds rare and sought after pale green and blue Tupperwares as well as the more common colors and shapes.  Come by and get your Tupperware fix!

Victoria Graham 

Victoria's Treasures - Vendor #2597

Victoria's Treasures has all your glassware needs, from vintage to simple to foreign.  Stop on by!

Felicia Oswalt

Vendor #613

My name is Felicia and I would like to personally invite you to my booth.  There you will find many eclectic treasures that are high quality and valuable!  To briefly share my story, I am a young widow who found myself with many beautiful collections from our home and happy marriage; that ended suddenly and unexpectedly.  These items were purchased from top retailers and up-scale designers and need to be sold now.  In my booth, you will find:

  • Designer purses and nice handbags

  • Wall art

  • Christmas items during the season (Dicken’s, Heritage, Snow Village collectables, and more)

  • Highly valuable 1970’s vintage Avon collectables still in their boxes

  • German collectable dolls

  • Crystal – All Types

  • Books (some of which are very old) and Book Ends

  • Decorative vases and silk flower arrangements

  • Brand new collectable stuffed animals  

  • Vintage white milk glass and blue carnival glass

  • And so many other fun items!

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