At the Tryon Antique Mall, we have a plethora of musical instruments. We have vintage guitars and bass guitars and horns and drums and trombones and cellos and other musical instruments. You could start your own band at the Tryon Antique Mall. You must have a relative that wants a xylophone under the tree.
|In the box above the map it tells you to ferry your car to Cuba|
Do you think Grandma might like a new rocking chair for Christmas? We have a bunch from which to choose. Maybe Grandma would like a copy of Life magazine from the year that she turned 21. We probably have, at least, one copy. How many relatives do you have that own an antique car? Maybe we have something to help them enjoy that antique car more, something like a drive in movie speaker or a road map of Florida from 1958 with a map of Cuba on the back. We might even have an owner's manual for their 1969 Corvair. We might even have a model car just like it. If the antique car is a 1955 Ford Thunderbird, we do have a model car just like it. Stop by the Tryon Antique Mall and look around.
|Six 1955 Thunderbirds licensed by Ford Like new|
Chess, Checkers, Chinese Checkers, Trivial Pursuit, Monopoly or Candyland are just a few of the games we have available at bargain prices. Stop in between now and Christmas. The Tryon Antique mall is on U.S. Hiway 176 between Tryon, North Carolina and Landrum, South Carolina. We are right at the state line.
Are you going to eat Christmas dinner on those old ugly plates? Wouldn't a set of antique fine china be a memorable gift for the Mrs. She pretends that she doesn't care whether she is serving on Melmac or Noritake. She does care. Come in and buy her a set of China. It doesn't cost $40 per plate like it does at Macy's. Two hundred bucks will have your table looking as good as the Rockefeller's. Maybe a set of matching antique flatware would be appreciated. You buy it for Christmas this year and the wife passes it on to the heirs.
|Fine China is so inexpensive when you buy it at an antique shop|
You know what is dull and boring? Christmas presents in boring boxes are dull and boring. Stop in at the Tryon Antique Mall and pick up a fun, interesting box to put your Christmas present in. A small wooden box that was sold new at a tourist trap in 1953 that says "Great Smokey Mountains" would be a lot more fun on Christmas morning than that bland vanilla box from Sears. We probably have a heap of interesting boxes at the Tryon Antique Mall for less than ten dollars. Do you know what else you can buy at the Tryon Antique Mall for less than $10? You can buy an old piggy bank. What a great Christmas present that would make!
Stop by the Tryon Antique mall on U.S.176 in Tryon, North Carolina. Put a little bit of creativity with a little bit of $$$$. Make Christmas morning memorable . You can find that perfect gift without breaking the bank.