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My wife and I opened The Spice Merchant in late November of 1980 in a 20X20 space in the back end of a store front on East Douglas.  My dad cosigned a loan; we put up everything we had, including our three-legged dog and two St. Louis alley cats, add a lot of sweat equity, and we began our new adventure. Our ideas for The Spice Merchant came from living 2 1/2 years in St. Louis. We looked at a lot of word combinations to develop a store name. We would be selling coffee, tea, and spices, we settled on The Spice Merchant & Company. In six months we moved into the front of the building adding coffee and tea accessories, some gourmet foods and it's been upward from there. In 1984 we purchased a new location closer to downtown.

We have continued to grow over the last 34 years, adding our first coffee roaster in 1985, expanding into the Mentholatum building in 1994 adding an additional roaster along with lots of space for    growth . We expanded our product lines to include more gift items, 220+ bulk teas, 60+ freshly roasted coffees, about 160 bulk herbs and spices plus additional gourmet foods.

For many years we have supported KPTS and I must say that  public television is the only place you can invest your advertising dollars and have your customers say thank you.  Just this week we received an email thanking us for supporting Doc Martin on KPTS, We see the rehab of a landmark building and our support of KPTS as community investments.   Please give thought to your investment in our community and support KPTS.  Your community will thank you.

Looking to add to or Start a Collection of Native American Art for yourself or a loved one. Sandbar Trading is a dealer in Contemporary as well as Vintage Navajo Rugs, Pueblo Pottery, Hopi Kachina's, Zuni Fetishes, Native American Baskets, Original Art, vintage Moccasins and Bead Work and the finest in Silver, Turquoise and Stone Jewelry. In addition we handle a variety of southwestern and western art and design items. Always' working with individual artists to help bring their vision and wonderfully created pieces to the market for over 30-years. Wichita's Native American Art and Gift Gallery at our Old Town location in Wichita since 2001.


Now featuring "The Masters" a collection of Maria Martinez, Lucy Lewis and other early 1920-1980 potters. Art in all forms, like the programming at KPTS keeps life interesting and meaningful. We are proud to sponsor programming at KPTS; programming that informs, entertains and provides us a wider view of the world that we live in.

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