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Missing Pieces—A.W.O.L. Furniture Parts (10/4/10)
Screw holes One thing to bear in mind while searching for your next antique furniture treasure is that this stuff, by … More >>


Surface Saver: Protect Furniture Tops with Custom-Cut Glass (9/27/10)
Pattern One of the endearing qualities of well-made antique furniture is that it actually can be used for its original … More >>


Collecting Federal Furniture: A Unique Style that Mirrors American Ideals (9/15/10)
057 If you live in a Federal style home, filling it with Federal furniture just seems like a natural. I … More >>


Ask A Worthologist Question: Alabaster Lamp (9/14/10)
alabasterlamp  Jason B., taking advantages of some really terrible weather during a sale of forfeited items at a self storage business, … More >>


Fred’s Junk Drawer: Small Tips that don’t Fit Anywhere Else (9/7/10)
Plug This column is intended to be like the kitchen drawer everyone has that is packed with indispensable items (they … More >>


Rough Stuff No. 2 – Choosing the Right Sandpaper (8/30/10)
Grit In any discussion of sandpaper the words “coarse,” “medium” and “fine” always come up. Open any book on finishing … More >>


Luman Watson Clocks a Timely Addition for Collectors (8/29/10)
early reed waston clock Time: We all worry about it; we all watch it; and none of us ever have enough of it. … More >>


Rough Stuff No. 1 – An Introduction to Sandpaper (8/24/10)
sandingLet’s assume that you have already been through the soul-searching exercise about removing patina and destroying the value of an … More >>


Don’t Get the Wrong Impression – Confusing Furniture Terms (8/16/10)
Pediment I recently attended an auction where one of the items in the catalog was a Chippendale style, Colonial Revival … More >>


Determining the Value of Antique Furniture: Using the Five ‘F’ Words (7/14/10)
This Federal era work table circa 1810-1820 has a couple of hardware problems. The top left drawer pull is upside down. The escutcheon on the top drawer is from a much later period, after mid century. Federal tables normally only have key surrounds, not escutcheons.One of the most important determinants of value in an older piece of furniture, naturally, is the “condition,” which is … More >>


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