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Step into My Parlor … and Sit in the Correct Chair (4/2/12)
JelliffOne of the most frequently seen arrangements of seating furniture in an antique shop or at a show is the … More >>


Antique Furniture Repair: A Primer on Who and Where to Find Help (3/21/12)
Table fixSooner or later, most of us who hang out with antiques get the urge to do a little repair—nothing major—just … More >>


The Red Fakes: Not all that is Red is Mahogany (3/6/12)
China cabinetWhen you glance at a piece of furniture for the very first time, one of the first things you notice … More >>


Furniture Care: Check the Oil … at the Door (2/13/12)
polishingIn the late 1980s, the Journal of the American Institute for Conservation published an article about the contents of historical … More >>


Ask A Worthologist Question: Spinet Piano Conversion Desk (2/7/12)
spinetdeskWorthPoint member Rose W. purchased a desk at an estate sale for $275. It was its unusual design caught her … More >>


Grand Rapids Furniture: Is it Always Grand? (2/1/12)
GRMCommon wisdom in the furniture trade says that anything made in Grand Rapids is “good stuff.” Is that true? Perhaps, … More >>


Great Depression Legacy: Enduring Furniture & Terms Still in Use Today (1/16/12)
Cocktail tableMost Americans alive today did not live through the Great Depression of the late 1920s and 1930s, and for that … More >>


Golden Oak: America’s Golden Age of Furniture (1/3/12)
EnglishAmerica has had several periods that might be called the “Golden Age” where furniture was concerned. The 18th century saw … More >>


The Stranger Below: Silent Chairs and How to Get Them to Open Up (12/20/11)
antique chairSome pieces of furniture are like an open book. A casual familiarity with the trade allows you to readily identify … More >>


That’s My Story – Shaky Family Histories no Guarantee of Provenance (12/12/11)
China cabinetThe life story of an antique—where it’s been, who owned it and how it came to be where it is—is … More >>


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