HOLIDAY DISPLAYS ARE READY AT TIMELESS!
, Open daily 11-5. The best in authentic Mid Century Modern decor — glass and bar ware, lamps with original shades, furniture and mid century Christmas decorations. Located 1 block off Hwy 99E in the heart of our downtown in a 1950’s historic post office building. 14988 2nd Street, Aurora. (503)678-6987
Aurora’s Wine & Chocolate Walk
December 3. & 4 Holiday Wine & Chocolate Walk, 11-5. Join us for our most popular holiday event, and for a good cause. On Saturday, December 3rd and Sunday December 4th, our Aurora 6th Annual Wine and Chocolate Walk will be happening. Your passport will take you all around our little village to enjoy 8-10 local wine and artisan chocolate stations as you browse Aurora’s famous vintage and specialty shops, candy factory, historic buildings, galleries and even a cozy log cabin! Choose between the following dates——-Saturday, December 3rd or Sunday, December 4th. Guests sip different local wines—out of a souvenir glass—paired with artisan chocolates at each stop. You’ll also receive value four Aurora Bucks gift certificates, each good for $3 worth to spend on $10 merchandise, plus a souvenir shopping bag. Some proceeds from the tour go to benefit local charities, including Habitat for Humanity and the Aurora Historical Society. to nine locations. Tickets: just $49/couple $30 single also includes souvenir wine glasses and Aurora Bucks coupons to spend in town.
Come join us for our 2nd Table Top Hop October 1-31 during our Aurora Celebrates the Harvests. Pick up a map at the participating shops and go home with wonderful ideas and tips on decorating with vintage items for your holiday tables. Available in our shops is information and brochures about autumn and Halloween events and local farms produce in our ‘Berries and Beyond’ Baskets.
October 14-23 44th Annual Quilt Show in Aurora at the Old Colony Museum. The five building complex is filled with fabulous quilts!
Timeless Antiques will be featuring vintage cocktail party accessory wares with such designer names as George Bri’ard, Fred Press, Culver, Dorothy Thorpe and others. Tables will be set for horderves and appetizer serving dish with unique barware accessories from the 50’s and 60’s that complement them throughout the store. We will be sharing our appetizer recipes for artichoke dip, hazelnut sun dried tomato spread and Beer-Cheese fondue on the weekends. Come get some great ideas for putting on that 50’s-60’s Holiday party.
Timeless Antiques has been out on the hunt for name brand vintage furniture. One brand that we have spent a great of energy on finding is the manufacturer of Heywood Wakefield high quality furniture. We have added recently to our inventory a grouping of the Rio bedroom furniture—twin bed pair, nightstands and hi boy dresser that was produced in 1943
For sale in our shop is this lovely student desk with dog bone side chair. Champagne finish. The desk has 3 drawers and bookshelf on right side end.
In the champagne finish, our customers will find that we have several different styles of matching side end tables. One square two tier table that is very deco looking was produced in the early 40’s.
We have a pair of the M308G Side End Tables that were produced from 1948 to 1953, and the 2 tier corner table M338 that was built to arrange sectional seating arrangements. The two tier end table M1502G.
For your dining room, we have the M190 narrow china cabinet with the server bottom and adjustable shelves hutch top with plate glass doors. This is in the original champagne finish from 1948 to 1950. The two adjustable shelves have plate rack lines for displaying that pretty set of china or glassware. The bottom has a drawer with a two door storage area with one shelf on a platform bottom.
We have the large extension table C3347G with two leaves and 6 chairs. On display in our store is the M169G Junior extension table with one leaf and 4 dog bone chairs. It was a very popular table with severely round corners-as oval as a rectangle can be. Made from 1950-1955.
We have a unique M394G Drop Leaf Service Cart that was produced from 1951 – 1952. It is a hard piece to find and can be very useful for serving cockails or dessert. When fully open it can be an extra table for the breakfast nook in the kitchen. Fully open it is 48″ x 38″. This piece is fitted with ball-bearing caster wheels with a roomy lower shelf.
Barbara has had lots of fun this summer, finding and decorating up her newest purchase of a 1962 14′ vintage trailer with vintage items that can be used on her get aways. The trailer was completely redone, everything fitted, painted and re-equipped for road and camping experience by a wonderful couple in the Lake Grove Area. I bought this trailer in June and took it out for it’s first get away in July after doing the Christine Palmer Antique Show in Portland. My dog Mickey and I headed to Medford for a furniture pick up and then on over to Florence. It is a dream and handles so beautifully. What a wonderful time I had.
It has been on display here at my store in Aurora in the parking lot. I displayed my wonderful finds. Set the table and the kitchen area. Customers love the turquoise garbage can and fan. Vintage lights for outside. It is colorful and cheerful.
Waundering thru Timeless Antiques is a real educational learning experience. As a glass dealer, who specializes in glassware from the depression era to the 70’s, Barbara has a unbelievable array of spectacular glassware in all colors, styles, age, and brands. The 50’s and 60’s were a very social time with card parties, barbeques, social get togethers and it was important for the party planner to be the best hostess possible with all the correct bar ware and formal or non formal presentations. You had such glass companies as Libbey, Federal, Hazel Atlas/Hazelware, and Anchor Hockings design chip and dip sets, snack sets, and desert/sandwich plates. Designer bar and glassware decorated and labeled by Culver, LTD, George Bri’ard, Fred Press, Dorothy Thorpe platinum wares can be found. Home of art design Murano Glass blown pieces, Blenko, Pilgrim and Viking, Rainbow Art Glass were unique and colorful decorative wares.
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.