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gemstonegurl05
« on: January 08, 2008 09:52:31 PM »

Hi all, I am new to this site and I would like to know where the biggest flea markets with lots of vendors was in the united states?

I have been to the following flea markets that have alot of different vendors:

Bessemer, AL   Bessemer Flea Market
Limestone Flea Market around Athens, AL
Asheville, NC   Smiley's
Greer, SC    Barn Yard
Anderson/Belton, SC  Anderson Flea Market
Columbia/Lexington, SC   Barn Yard
Louisiville, KY
Paducah, KY
Somerset, KY

Now I am looking for a Flea Market that I could do good at selling my Native American Indian Bears that I make.

They are cute.  I Think.

I don't make the bears, but I dress them up for what ever tribe and hand bead all the detail work my self.

Alot of time and enjoyment go into making these bears.

I have 4 different ones I do:

A Chief with a Ceremonial Staff and Headdress
A Bow Hunter with a Hand made Bow, Arrows, and Quiver with a piece of fur for his kill
A Shaman Bear complete with a rattle that really rattles and a medicine pouch full of herbs, and spiritual totems.
A Warrior Bear complete with either/or (Both) Spear or Tomahawk.  With reall arrowheads for the tops.

I have not seen any like it. 

I tried to upload the pictures here but they will not load.
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