1308 North US Hwy 285
Fort Stockton, TX 79735
Phone: (432) 336-5955
Fax: (432) 336-3540
1308 North US Hwy 285, Fort Stockton, TX, US, 79735
- Phone: (432) 336-5955
- Fax: (432) 336-3540
When you visit this boutique you will find a selection of quality crafted and uniquely designed children's clothing. High quality and artful designs from the finest namebrands in America and Europe are available. There is an extensive collection of special occasion wear such as flower girl dresses, boys' suits and tuxedos, first holy communion gowns, pageantry and party dresses.
Here you can shop a wide range of unique categories, including: beadwork, jewelry, crafts, rocks, minerals, and geology. Read all about Native American, Hispanic and Latino History. There are many books about home building, gardening, and natural history. Visit "The Rock Room" for a large selection of mineral speciments, fossils, and polished stones for the serious rock collector, geology student, and for visitors who want a souvenir.
Front Street carriers an extensive selection of new and used books featuring the Big Bend, Chihuahuan Desert natural history, and the Western United States.
Local artists are represented in an ever-changing selection of sculpture, bronze, pottery, furniture, watercolor, pen and ink, oil and more at Kiowa Gallery.
Inlaid stoneware vessels are John Davis's forte. His wares locally are numerous. Also view his wife's unique Portable Art.
Stevens Electrical Instruments offers the finest quality, artistic, custom-crafted electric stringed instruments. Customers have included Eric Clapton, Waylon Jennings and Clint Black, among many others.
Established in 1905, Big Bend Saddlery makes "only top quality products from the best materials that money can buy." Custom leather goods, silver jewelry, buckles, calendars, books, and kitchenware are just some items available through Big Bend Saddlery.
Family owned and operated since 1991, Ye Old Bookworm stocks rare and second-hand books numbering in the thousands. Their collection covers a huge range of genres and subjects, available both in-store and online.
A combination art gallery and western museum that features an array of oil and watercolor paintings, prints, bronze sculptures, and leather tooling and carvings by Bill Leftwich, Fort Davis' own painter, sculptor, painter, and cowboy.
Specializing in custom made felt hats, this store also carries straw hats, ladies hats, children's hats, sunglasses, jewelry, logo wear, and special gifts.