Images from Red Dog Arms in Madison, Indiana

Images from Red Dog Arms in Madison, Indiana

Red Dog Arms in Madison, Indiana has everything you need–if you lived in the 19th century.

Not only does this Madison, Indiana antique shop have outfits and accessories and even furniture from the 19th century, but you will find oodles of antique sewing tables as well! At any given time you will see roughly thirty of these relics. Let’s just say that sewing machines have come  a long way!

These are the real thing. The owner has done the hard part of researching the brands and dates–now you can easily admire this peek at the past with a visit to Jefferson County. It’s an Indiana antique shop you won’t want to miss.

Images  from Red Dog Arms in Madison, Indiana

Red Dog Arms in Madison, Indiana

Red Dog Arms in Madison, Indiana

Red Dog Arms in Madison, Indiana

Red Dog Arms in Madison, Indiana

Red Dog Arms in Madison, Indiana

Red Dog Arms in Madison, Indiana

Red Dog Arms in Madison, Indiana

Red Dog Arms in Madison, Indiana

Red Dog Arms in Madison, Indiana

Red Dog Arms in Madison, Indiana

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Red Dog Arms
322 West Main Street
Madison,Indiana 47250
812.701.1468

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