Cooper Street Antique Mall

Cooper Street Antique Mall, Arlington: Hours, Address, Cooper Street Antique Mall Reviews: 4.5/5

Cooper Street Antique Mall
4.5
Antique Shops • Shopping Malls
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10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Monday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Tuesday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Thursday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Saturday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Sunday
12:00 PM - 6:00 PM
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The LARGEST ANTIQUE STORE in Arlington with over 53,000 square feet of antiques, collectibles, and treasures displayed in over 200 booths and showcases. Come eat in our Tin Tulip Tea Room which provides fresh food, made daily soups and sandwiches, lasagna and yummy desserts. Mall hours: Mon-Sat 10am-6pm, and Sun 12 noon-6pm. Tea Room Hours: Tues-Fri 11am-3pm, Sat 11am-4pm, Sun 12 noon-4pm.
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Labelz Reborn
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The most amazing antique mall in DFW. Always new and exciting things to buy and the prices are amazing. I've purchased several unique gifts...if you're looking for antiques and items that are not ordinary you should drop in. Vintage T-Shirts, tables, chairs, sterling silver, poke'mon, baseball and football trading cards, knives and swords, home decorations and tons of other things.
Written April 19, 2021
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boilinginTexas
Arlington, TX699 contributions
Friends
For those who are truly into antiques or who just like to ramble through memorabilia, this antique mall hits the spot. Located in the now-defunct Sheppler's Western Wear building on South Cooper across from Gracie Lane (please be careful crossing Cooper. We don't need any tourist roadkill, thank you), this collection of excellent antique furniture, knick knacks and memorabilia is worth a few hours roaming through. The owners of this new establishment are the same people who brought you the huge rambling overstuffed antique mall on Montgomery Street (and I-30) in Fort Worth, which has been an antiquing mainstay for about as long as I've been alive. Unlike the Fort Worth location, there is no legitimate fear of getting lost in the building.

This particular location started slowly with just a few vendors, but has rapidly built to a very nice combination of beautiful classic furniture, including desks (elementary school desks and roll top, patent lawyers desk with all their millions of little drawers, safari camp desks, etc.) , train station ticket counters, bedroom headboards, ship trunks, corner cabinets, portable antique spice cabinets, antique wooden doors, and milking stools. They even had boot pullers (those weird little benches that you put your boot heel in and it takes the boot off your foot without bending over). A great present for your kicker friend who has everything. I only wish I had space to put more furniture in my house.

For the collector, tin and apothecary bottles, old lunch boxes, cookie jars, bread boxes, old toys and iron banks, baseball, and even political paraphernalia. (there's a great picture there of all the living presidents together... from Carter to Obama, with all of their signatures, that is kinda cool).

For the artist of repurposed materials, this is a veritable Shangri-la. Lots of old phone handsets and odd pots, suitcases, photographs, window frames, spindles, odd door handles and drawer pulls. I could plan my next 50 Pinterest projects with these supplies.

Some funny things I have found there include: a complete tea set (cups and saucers) that my mother used to play with when she was a little girl in the 30's. A Charles Chips tin (remember that, foodies?). One booth had a working 1950's mixer and a 1950's Good Housekeeping cookbook with the illustrations showing a June Cleaver-type cooking shank of lamb in her pearls and high heels. I also found those awful bright colored aluminum tumblers that every mother gave to every child and that tasted so nasty when lemonade was poured into them. I've found the same kind of bongos we had as kids, and very old board games and puzzles (with all their pieces...shocking!) I also found a foot rest (ottoman) in the shape of a Old English Sheepdog that was pretty funny. (I think the fur was llama, though).

When you get tired of poking around, check out the Tin Tulip Tearoom in the back. The food is really quite good and the tea is wonderful. I think that Friday is Shrimp Salad stuffed in a Beefsteak tomato - day. Definitely worth the trip. (....but beware the haunted mirror!)
Written October 23, 2014
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James P
Saginaw, TX92 contributions
Family
We went to this antique store and browse around and they have a great selection, it is the sister mall to Montgomery. Most prices are a little on the high side and if you look around at other stores you may find the same thing for a lot less.
Written October 1, 2017
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Thank you for visiting with us and bringing your precious granddaughter! Your welcome to follow us on Facebook where we announce our mall wide sales. We also have lay-a-way and welcome all reasonable offers.
Written April 10, 2018
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Richard R
Azle, TX1 contribution
Couples
Went to this mall and an employee, Blake, had a mask on barely covering his mouth and not even close to covering his nose. I said something to him and he acted like I was the biggest jerk in the world. My wife ran into him as he walked the aisles and It was the same thing. I know management doesn’t care because as we came to the register he was walking around the same way and no one said a word. What a horrible person to do that with tons of elderly people walking around the mall. I would not step foot in this business again in a million years. Horrible.
Written July 26, 2020
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GoodtogoKansasCity
Overland Park, KS72 contributions
Couples
A great variety of unique antiques that kept us wanting to see what was in the next isle .
For Sure, these were not cheap, but we Did Not get out of there without a few purchases.
Written April 14, 2015
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Kandas T
tyler, Texas, United States39 contributions
Couples
went in on a rainy day. Great find. so many interesting things---from my childhood and before. curious things, beautiful antiques and something to interest all . I'll bet no matter what you are into, you can find a 50 year old version!!
Written January 23, 2015
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alneebari
Kuwait City, Kuwait3,447 contributions
Family
Its an antique mall you can find allot of antique thing you like
Relly its amazing places I never seen like thies places
Written April 20, 2019
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Enigma55
Fort Worth, TX55 contributions
One of the best antique malls, due to selling real antiques, not shabby chic or homemade. Huge mall. Prices seemed reasonable. Staff all very friendly. My only complaint is that it was 97 degrees outside and the mall was hot...I would have stayed a lot longer if the air conditioning was better. Will go again in the fall...and will have lunch in the tea room!
Written July 1, 2018
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Islandbean
Sarasota, FL477 contributions
Couples
I was about to review Montgomery street in Ft. Worth when this place popped up and I had to go investigate. I was pleasantly surprised at how organized this place was. Every shop was clean and bright and had some interesting stuff. For me, the problem was that everything I liked was a bit pricey - but I did manage to come away with an affordable bag of treasure. Their Tea Room was packed and everyone looked like they were enjoying themselves. You could easily spend a couple of hours here. Lots of Coca Cola signs, some furniture , militaria, lots of crystal, depression glass, jewelry and a few artisans as well. Clean restrooms, good parking- happy shopping.
Written February 11, 2017
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Debbiep91
Arlington, TX60 contributions
Family
Great place to spend the day. It will take several hours to see all the treasures they have. Love showing my daughter all the things that were around when I was a child.
Written August 13, 2015
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Cooper Street Antique Mall is open:
  • Sun - Sun 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM
  • Mon - Sat 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM


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