Tymeless Antiques & Treasures has expanded by opening Tymeless Annex, located in front of Pineberry Mini Storage.
Photo by Andy Towle.
With an overflow of treasures, Tymeless Antiques & Treasures has expanded into a new shop in Pine.
Tymeless’ owners Larry Baker and Richard Crowe recently opened Tymeless Annex, located in front of the Pineberry Mini Storage, 4140 N. Highway 87.
Unlike Tymeless Antiques, which is open seven days a week, the Annex is only open one week a month.
“We are calling this ‘Your Monthly Shopping Experience,’” Baker said.
The annex is an overflow of merchandise from estate sales and consignments that just don’t fit in Tymeless Antiques.
Baker said he had to turn away consigners before because of space constraints, but now has the room with the Annex.
The expansion is a great way to start Tymeless Antiques and Treasures 11th year in Pine.
The men initially opened Tymeless in what is now the Pine Deli. After a year in business, they moved to their current location, 3716 Prince, at the corner of Hardscrabble.
It was Baker’s first time owning an antique store. Years of working in the corporate banking industry had burned him out. Antiques were always something he loved to collect and opening a store seemed like a natural fit.
Under the Tymeless umbrella, Baker and Crowe offer estate sale services, consignment and antiques.
In 2012, they conducted five estate sales throughout the area.
The Annex is open the second Tuesday of each month through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
For more information, call (928) 476-4618 or visit www.tymeless antiques.com.