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Jim and Willie's Antiques and Collectibles

The store is open!  The limit is four people at a time with masks, plus hand sanitizer is available inside.

We are celebrating our 13th Anniversary of the store the entire month of October 2021! We will be offering 30% off all regular priced merchandise in the store excluding Shirley Roberts paintings.

Also, Jim is offering goods for sale on his Jim and Willie's Antiques & Collectibles Facebook page.

Purchases can be made using credit cards (Visa. MasterCard, American Express or DiscoverCard) or by using his PayPal link PayPal.Me/jimndavey12.

Customers can contact him by Facebook messenger or by his mobile 707 484-3005 to provide the shipping address and card information.  

Hours:  Monday - 11am - 4pm
             Tuesday - Closed
             Wednesday - 12pm - 4pm
             Thursday - 11am - 4pm
             Friday, Saturday and Sunday - 11am - 5pm 


Christopher Queen Galleries - Still Dancing After All These Years!

                                              45th Anniversary Show

                            Light Dance

                  

                             November 7th, 2021

                                 Celebrating All Day - 11am to 5pm

                                       Show Continues Through February 2022

                                                           Our Brilliant Artists:

     Jack Cassinetto, Tammy Callens, Don Ealy, Allen Figone, Ronald Goldfinger, Jane Hofstetter,
         Paul Kratter, Sergio Lopez, Kyle Paliotto, Dave Sellers, Bart Walker, F. Michael Wood

         We welcome you to visit the gallery Thursdays through Mondays, 11 to 5 and online at
                                                    www.christopherqueen.com

 


 

Historic Duncans Mills is the perfect destination point for the one day traveler or the weekend visitor. Nestled among the redwoods, vineyards, and Pacific Coast in beautiful Sonoma County, Duncans Mills is a delight. The town boasts a population of 85 (just changed from 20) and has a unique mixture of antique and specialty shops, restaurants and galleries.

 

   

The following businesses support this website. Thank You!  

 

The Blue Heron Restaurant and Tavern is the spot for food, drink and good company.
Cape Fear Cafe is one of the most popular restaurants on the Russian River. The food is scrumptious and gets rave reviews and is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Great smells linger in the air!
Casini Ranch Family Campground offers camping sites in sun or shade along the Russian River and feature the famous “Brown’s Pool” for the lucky fisherman. 
Christopher Queen Galleries, established in 1976, has an extensive collection of Contemporary and Early California Paintings displayed among tasteful antiques.  
The Depot Museum showcases sweet memories of bygone days. The depot was built in 1907 as the town was a destination spot via the Northwestern Pacific originating in Sausalito.

Duncans Mills Camping Club A private RV Camping Club that rests along one quarter of a mile on the Russian River just minutes before it empties into the Pacific Ocean.

The Inn at Duncans Mills features beautiful gardens, a hearty breakfast and antique-filled rooms which invite the traveler to stay a while.
Jim & Willie's, in Country Stores Courtyard, is a treasure trove of fine antiques and collectibles.
On Quilted Wings  features beautiful quilts, quilted items, custom made quilts and quilting services as well as embroidered items and custom embroidery.
Pig Alley was established in 1977 and features fine crafts, jewelry and more.
Serenity Garden Gallery  presents garden art to make your garden, indoors or outdoors, a place of enjoyment and expression.
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