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.
Timeless Antiques will be participating in the 2017 Fall Christine Palmer’s Antique Show at the Portland Expo Center on October 28 — 29 featuring Mid Century Modern merchandise.
My booth number is Hall D Row H 46-47. Show hours are Thursday thru Saturday October 28th 9 am to 6 pm and Sunday, October 269th from 10 am to 4 pm at the Portland Expo Center. Timeless will be dividing the booth up with vignettes featuring many pieces of re upholstered mid century chairs, and refinished Heywood Wakefield furniture, plus, beautiful original 50’s lamps with the original fiberglass shades and vintage barware,
dinnerware, glassware, and pottery that would have been found in the homes of that time period. Along with the vintage barware is a TIKI BAR with bar stools.
Aurora Merchants have decorated their stores with their annual table top hop event ideas for vintage style entertaining thru the month of October. Each shops has set up an area featuring their vintage merchandize to help customer create new ideas of decorating for the fall and holiday in a vintage style.
On October 7th we will be having our Little Nibble of Aurora. On this Saturday, each shop will have a sample recipe made up that they’ve chosen to go with their table-top theme for our customers to add to their recipe collection.
At Timeless Antiques, Barbara has set up her store to featuring a Mid Century cocktail Party. She has chosen to have Hot Artichoke Dip with crackers or chips available to sample as you walk around looking at her mid century furnishings with barware and hors d’oeuvre serving pieces that would be fun to include in your fall and holiday get to-gethers. Recipe for the Hot Artichoke Dip will be available to pick up.
For those new home buyers that have purchased that ranch style homes that were built in the mid century period and are looking for cool, unusual real authentic mid century lighting that were used in the décor of that time period , such as lamps with the original shades, pole lamps or swag lamps come to Timeless Antiques in Aurora, Oregon. Barbara hunts hard for that unique special period piece that will make your home light up and be perfect. Besides uniqueness, condition and authentic is at the top of her requirements of her lighting items that will be featured at her shop. With all the choices that our buyers will have, they are going to have a great time choosing and decorating that special area in their mid century home with just the look that they have been hunting for.
We have a large selection of single table lamps. Customers are amazed at the selection of choices that are available for them to purchase. .We have at least fifty different single lamps of a variety of styles with original fiberglass shades. All work perfectly. Some of three ways while others are single switch. Many of the single lamps are in popular colors of that time frame such as; pink, turquoise, black, green, gold-yellow, teal. These lamps would look lovely in any room of your house. Most are pottery bases with very art deco or atomic looks. We even have a Blenko glass lamp bases with the fiberglass shades.
However, we are really known for having pairs of table lamps with matching fiberglass shades. We have twenty pairs of matching lamps with matching fiberglass shades. Many of our table pairs have matching cloth or fiberglass shades that are one tier, two tier or three even. All original in excellent condition and working. We have some figural lamps, vanity lamps, and desk style lamps. We have lamps that have the turn on/off switch connected on the lamp post. By turning the switch on the lamp post the lamp lights up. We have really cool set that is on the tiki bar that we have for sale in our store. This set of lamps can hold high ball tumblers in the glass holder selection. The double twist arms are moveable so that the lamps can be moved to whatever position works well on the bar. They are quite an eye catcher.
We have a great selection of original different styles of floor lamps from teak to atomic styles with ceramic bases that were found in homes of that era. Most have original fiberglass shades. Some are Lucite with fiberglass.
Finally, in our selection we have two sets that have a pair of table lamps with a floor lamp that matches with original matching fiberglass shades. In the picture above this written caption actually has two table lamps that match the floor lamp. These are very hard to find. One set is so unique with their turquoise shade with metal stars on the shades and matching glass bases that light up along with the tops. REALLY COOL!!!
The day was gorgeous and the people were energized. We were in the band and people were coming from everywhere. People began arriving before 6 in the morning and as they either biked or drove into Aurora they found their spots to observe this spectacular event. They were kind and generous and everyone was friendly. It was such a great day. Thanks to all who came, not only shared of their self but who invited you to share of what they had brought to enhance their experience. One gentleman from Utah invited people to view thru his telescope the changing surface of the sun even before the moon had begun to cover or as my son, Bryan said Pac-Man eating it. Glasses!! People who had gotten extra solar eclipse glass for viewing were handing them out to visitors who did not have glasses. Watching the event was fabulous, but listing and talking to people you ddn’t even know but were all drawn to our little town to view this extradoriany event was outstanding.
The following pictures were taken when the moon was covering the sun and how Aurora looked when it was totally covered and in the veil. For just a short time, the street lights came on. It was the most amazing event, people cried, people shouted and clapped. It was beautiful.