|The Brass Armadillo has two great locations in Phoenix.
I-17 & Cactus In Phoenix and I-10 & Dysart in Goodyear.
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The Phoenix, AZ – Brass Armadillo Antique Mall is home to over 600 antique dealers, the largest number of antique dealers under one roof in the entire desert valley. As you explore our aisles full of millions of antiques and collectibles, you’ll discover antiques of every kind, including an especially large collection of Depression glass, crystal, china and pottery; including Roseville and Rookwood. History buffs should check out our military memorabilia. Our dealers feature rare items from the Revolutionary War and the Civil War, as well as World War I and World War II.
This is the antique mall in the valley that people in the know shop; everybody knows that the Brass Armadillo Antique Mall in Phoenix, AZ is the place to have a fun and relaxing shopping experience. Even local stars like the ever-popular Jan D’Atri and the world-known Alice Cooper shop here.
If science fiction is your diversion of choice, come see our large selection of Star Wars memorabilia and other nostalgic collectibles. We often host workshops and special promotions for dealers and collectors. Check out our quarterly calendar of events.
All that shopping can really make you hungry. Whatever your interest, we’ve got something for you at the Brass Armadillo Phoenix, so come see what everybody’s talkin’ about!
The Phoenix, AZ – Brass Armadillo Antique Mall is easy to find on the northwest corner of Interstate 17 at Cactus Road. To view a quick tour of the inside of the mall, check out our Google Business View by clicking this link.
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