Found 156 articles matching Furniture category.
  • Nov 30 2008
  • 30 Nov 2008

Antique Beds—What Holds Them Up?

Antique Beds – What Holds Them Up?

By Fred Taylor

Beds are of great interest to most people. We spend more time in bed than we do anywhere else, except, maybe at work. So where we spend roughly one-third or our lives should be of great interest.

  • Nov 30 2008
  • 30 Nov 2008

Clues to Antique Chairs

Clues to Antique Chairs

By Fred Taylor

  • Nov 17 2008
  • 17 Nov 2008

Danish Modern

Danish Modern or “American” Danish Modern?

By Bradley Downs

  • Nov 4 2008
  • 4 Nov 2008

Antique Furniture Glass – Is It Original?


Antique Furniture Glass – Is It Original?

By Fred Taylor

  • Oct 14 2008
  • 14 Oct 2008

Mid Century Modern Reference Guides

Forget About Price Guides; for Mid Century Modern Furniture, Look for Reference Guides

By Bradley Downs

  • Oct 9 2008
  • 9 Oct 2008

Does Repair Hurt Antique Values?

Editor’s Note: Questions often arise about repairing antiques. Does that automatically lower the value of the piece? Are there circumstances where restoring it increases its […]

  • Oct 2 2008
  • 2 Oct 2008

The Future “Antique”

“Man…. That chair sure is ugly!”

  • Oct 2 2008
  • 2 Oct 2008

Dating Antiques? Check the Joinery

Editor’s Note: The age and period of antiques can often be determined by the simplest details. Worthologist Fred Taylor examines drawer joinery and Mr. Knapp’s […]

  • Aug 11 2008
  • 11 Aug 2008

Larkin and Hubbard: From Soap to Antiques and Collectibles

Ever since three nine- and ten-year-old chums and I (unbeknown to our parents, of course) ventured to walk the four or five miles through terra-incognita streets to Boston‘s Museum of Fine Arts, guided only by a Gulf Oil Co. street map, I was smitten by the antiquities, travel and collectibles “bug,” seeking the unusual.

  • Jul 7 2008
  • 7 Jul 2008

Antiques & Collectibles: July Auctions

There are a couple of hot, hot auctions slated for July with a noteworthy selection of items for sale. Don’t let the summer doldrums keep you from what’s really important—collecting.