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Collectible Furniture (5/13/08)
American country bamboo Windsor arm chair c1800. Offered at One of A Kind Antiques for $385 I have intentionally not written on furniture, because my general rule is that if it is larger than a bread box it is to large for me. You see at 66, I don’t think that I still have the desire to break my back hauling large pieces of furniture. However this isn’t fair to you, if you’re interested in furniture, and so because of this, I’ll do a series on furniture anyway. More >>


Fred Taylor: The Furniture Hunter (5/11/08)
Fred Taylor’s career in furniture, furniture restoration, antiques and collectibles began when he and his wife, Gail, moved from a one-bedroom apartment to their first home in 1973 – a 2,000-square-foot house in Tampa, Florida. “We didn’t own a stick except a couple of bean bag chairs,” Taylor said. And so the hunt through yard sales and junk shops began. More >>


Antique Garden Furnishings: Urns, Figures, Benches, Hitchposts, Fountains, Sundials (5/3/08)
Antique Garden Furnishings: Pair of Lead Figures of Pan, the Greek God of the Woods, offered for $8,500 at Aileenminor.com Who would have ever thought to check the backyard before going into the house at an estate sale? More >>


Identifying Marks On British Sterling (4/9/08)
vinaigretteHere is a cute British sterling vinaigrette circa 1818. It was made by John Shaw under the reign of George IV. How do we know this? The hallmarks on this piece are the keys to identity. More >>


Bronze figural lamp (3/9/08)
Bronze lampIts 3 feet tall and weighs about 35 to 50 pounds, made of brass, and on the bottom base it says MARIN, but cant find out anything about the lamp. I am trying to find out how much its worth, if anybody has info please email me at mdm13262@yahoo.com More >>


I need to pay off my student loans… (2/26/08)
If you are interested in buying my karpen or cherrywood desk contact me at manyhats_9@hotmail.com Yhank you- More >>


Early Americana, Hand-Painted Furniture and Fabulous Fantasies (2/26/08)
Early Americana Hand Painted ScreenI recently visited one of my favorite New England towns, Salem, Massachusetts, and stumbled upon this fabulous, early American, hand-painted, dressing screen. It is a decorative item now on display at “Sophia’s Gifts of Artistry & Elegance,” www.sophiasofsalem.com. I spoke with the shop proprietor, Marie Cardillo, and we both learned something new. More >>


19th century glass lamps (2/12/08)
Blown glass top with a pressed bottom lamp sealed with a cork, c. 1820sTo keep light in a home during the 1800′s required the use of oil lamps, for the most part. The glass lamps were functional, put out enough candlepower to light a small room, and served as night lights for the kids. More >>


1920′s Barstow Gas Stove (1/30/08)
Looking into a stove located in my mothers home. The marking/tags state that it was made by the Barstow Stove Company, Rhode Island. This stove does still work although it has not been used in a number of years. I would say it is excellent to very good condition. Looking for any information on value that anyone may have. More >>


Electric Kitchen Appliances (1/28/08)
The turn of the century saw the popularity of electric kitchen appliances increase to the point where most metropolitan households … More >>


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