by Barb Stillman
Tymeless Antiques & Treasures and Tymeless Antiques & Treasures Too, both in Pine, are celebrating dual anniversaries this fall. Special activities in honor of the events will include sales on selected merchandise as well as raffle prizes during the weekend of October 3.
For 18 years, Tymeless Antiques & Treasures has provided quality antiques and home décor—along with excellent service and a friendly atmosphere. Then, five years ago, Owners Larry E. Baker and Richard Crowe expanded by opening Tymeless Antiques & Treasures Too. The shops offer an eclectic mix of treasures from all eras.
The cool temperatures of Northern Arizona’s Rim Country are always fun to explore, especially when you want a retreat from the summer heat elsewhere. Tymeless Antiques & Treasures Too is the first shop on the way into town on the west side of Highway 87 and Tymeless Antiques & Treasures is just down the way on Hardscrabble Road. You’ll want to allow plenty of time to explore both locations!
Created from old barns in the area, Tymeless Antique Treasures Too’s 2,660 square feet lends itself to rustic and cabin décor among the antiques. Look for special treats including their famous Salt Water Taffy! The garden area out back is a favorite spot to find yard art, primitives and outdoor furniture plus there are now custom windmills created by a local artist.
Tymeless Antiques & Treasures is 3,300 square feet filled with a great variety of antiques, vintage and bling, with multiple dealers and an ever-changing selection to choose from. Both stores have vendors with their own niches that include furniture, books, collectibles, purses, cabin décor, toys and so much more.
Larry and Richard opened Tymeless Antiques & Treasures in 2002 when they decided to leave the corporate world and the “big city” to enjoy Pine’s slower pace. They love the area, the community and, especially, meeting customers from across the U.S. and abroad.
The antique market has changed since opening their first location and they have learned to adapt to change, especially now with the new statewide heath guidelines. They continue to provide even more for their customers by bringing in new merchandise, home décor, collectibles and finding antique treasures as they listen to their customers. They want all those who visit their stores to know how important they are.
Service is an important part of their business and Larry and Richard take pride in their many years of outstanding customer service and feel fortunate to have dedicated staff—Sara, Sue, Lynne and Patty. They provide a full-service atmosphere to everyone. In both stores, customers are offered layaway and items can be placed on hold for 24 hours. Estate Sale Services are available and there is an on site Professional Estate Liquidation Service.
The shops have many events throughout the year and Larry and Richard are actively involved with community-wide activities sponsored by the Pine Strawberry Business Community.
Tymeless Antiques & Treasures Too is located at 4078 N Hwy 87 and Tymeless Antiques & Treasures is at 3716 Prince/Hardscrabble Road. Both shops are open Thursday to Tuesday from 10-4 and closed on Wednesdays. There is plenty of parking. Follow them on Instagram, Twitter and Etsy and like them on Facebook.