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Featuring a variety of local, Oklahoma businesses, The OHOF Museum store has the perfect gift for family, friends, and even kids!
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Featured Local Businesses
Jewelry featuring heavy silver and candy-colored gems. Metalsmith and owner, Kelsie Gruver is a one woman show. All items are handmade and, therefore, one-of-a-kind.
Local artist that creates one-of-a-kind handmade spoons and scoops.
Jae Anthony-Wilson is a Cherokee artist from Tulsa. Beading allows her to connect with nature and her native heritage. Collections are inspired by Oklahoma birds and wildflowers.
Lana Lopez is an Oklahoma City-based artist. She loves painting everything from cityscapes to florals...all featuring lots of colors!
Marissa Raglin is a visual artist living in Oklahoma City currently working in handmade collage and resin. A nationally exhibiting artist, Raglin can be found knee-deep in old illustration books and magazines plucked from thrift stores and half-priced book shops.
A family-owned marketplace in Sulphur, Oklahoma that offers something for everyone...from clothing and accessories to home décor and specialty food items.
Orton's House Seasonings pairs perfectly with EVERYTHING. Honestly, we haven't found a meat or vegetable it doesn't compliment.
A Tulsa-based business that specializes in handmade, small batch ceramics.
Vacant Wheel is an artisan candle company located in Oklahoma City, focused on creating high quality, small batch soy candles that burn clean and look great in your space. We use all natural soy wax blends made from soybeans grown in the United States, recycled glass containers, lead-free eco cotton wicks, and phthalate free premium grade fragrance and perfume oils infused with essential oils.
William & Lauren, an Oklahoma City-based custom suit company, believes that custom shouldn't be reserved for a select few, but for anyone who wants to look like a million bucks, without spending a million bucks. The OHOF Museum Store carries William & Lauren soaring scissortail ties and socks.