Last weekend Timeless Antiques was set up at the Christine Palmer’s Antique Show at the Clark County Fairgrounds. This was the kick off to the 2018 antique show schedule where Barbara and Bryan will be featuring for sale unique, authentic and trendy mid century modern merchandise that were found in homes of that time period.
This weekend Timeless Antiques will be featuring an antique booth at The Portland Rain of Glass Vintage Marketplace Antique Show at their new location at Portland Meadows Turf Club.
Barbara has done this show since the early 90’s. The Portland Rain of Glass club has always promoted this show as a glass show, but over the last few years the club has been encouraging it vendors to make this more a general antique show with furniture and a wide arrange of merchandise, not just a specific glass show. Last year it was decided to move the show from the Hillsboro’s Washington County Fairgrounds to this new location located closer into Portland just off I-5 at the Delta Park Exit.
Barbara has brought several pieces of Heywood Wakefield furniture and re-upholstered chairs along with a great selection of Mid Century barware, lamps, kitchen items, toys and decorative items from that period that was used in the decor of the homes.
The following weekend, Barbara and Bryan will be setting up at the Christine Palmer Antique Show at the Puyallup Fair Grounds February 3rd and 4th. Check the Show Schedule Section for the Antique Shows that Timeless Antiques will be doing this year with time, location.
Timeless is all decorated for the Holidays and around the store you will find unique and useful Mid Century Modern barware and glass accessory items that can be used during your holiday parties. We specialize in an unbelieveable array of spectacular glassware in all colors, styles, ages and brands. During the 50’s and 60’s our parents were very social with their card parties, barbeques, social get together and the hostess as the party planner had to make sure that everything was easy, fun and that they had the correct bar ware for that formal or non formal presentation. There would be chip and dip sets of all style from a variety maker that were charming. Trays and dishes to displays your favorite horderves. Barware were in carriers such as Dorothy Thorpe who loved platinum and sterling finishes to her glassware, George Bri’ard, Culver, LTD or Libbey Glass Company. Glass companies made glassware that matched a particular drink, such as Tom Collins, Pilsners, Old Fashioned, brandy inhaler, specific cocktail glasses with matching cocktail pitcher and glass stirrer. Cocktail shakers with outstanding graphics and drink recipes on them. Bar Carts to make it easy to serve and be practical.
November 24-26 AURORA CELEBRATES THE HOLIDAYS
11-5 The town is swagged in fresh cedar with red bows and all stores are decorated to welcome you and your families during this Thanksgiving Weekend! Give them a memorable experience where there’s something here for every generation. Free parking, public restroom.
Holiday Open House……..Starts Friday, November 10th thru Monday, November 13th
Open daily 11-5. The best in authentic Mid Century Modern decor — glass and bar ware, lamps with original shades, great selection of furniture along with mid century Christmas decorations.
Get your home ready for those festive holiday parties. Located 1 block off Hwy 99E in the heart of our downtown in a 1960’s historic post office building. 14988 2nd Street, Aurora. (503)678-6987
Wine and Chocolate Walk
Come join us on Saturday, December 2nd or Sunday the 3rd for our 2017 Wine Choco-late Walk. This is an annual event and this is year six. Step up to the tiki bar at Timeless who will be sampling St Josef’s wines and Pacific Hazelnut chocolate candy. There will be at least 7 wine locations with chocolates and other shops that will just be sampling chocolate. Come and enjoy a day in the festive country, sampling, shopping and seeing our shops decorated in their vintage holiday style. Tickets available on the ACVA web site or at Timeless or Time After Time.