Antique Cane Chairs – Find Cool Pieces from the 1700s

Antique Cane Chair

Antique cane chairs are the best way to add antique charm to your living room or porch. These chairs are not only antique but they are also very comfortable, durable and good looking. The antique cane chairs have a natural color of their own. They go well with any kind of decorating theme in your … Read more

A Guide to Antique Armoires – Classic Armoires From the 1800s to Now

Antique Armoire

An antique armoire is a large cupboard, originally designed to hold clothes and other items in an orderly fashion. They are generally used nowadays as bedroom dressers. The word “armoire” comes from the French meaning “wardrobe.” An armoire typically stands six feet tall or more; some antique armoires are nearly seven feet high! Armoires date … Read more

Antique Hutch – What’s it Worth in 2023?

Antique Hutch

An antique hutch makes a great addition to any home’s decor. For many of us, our homes are filled with furniture that has been passed down through the generations. It’s a great way to add sentimental value and character to your home. While most antiques have survived the test of time, there are some signs … Read more

Antique Vanity – Finding Great Value in 2023

Antique Vanity with Mirror and Bench

Do you have an antique vanity that you’re not sure about? Are you curious about what it might be worth? In this blog post, we will provide a guide to antique vanity identification and value. We will cover a variety of styles and eras, so that you can get an idea of what your vanity … Read more

Seth Thomas Antique Clocks

History The Seth Thomas Clock Company was started in Wolcott, Connecticut in the early 1800s by Seth Thomas. Seth Thomas was a skilled clock maker who began his career working for Eli Terry. In 1810 Seth Thomas and Silas Hoadley bought out Eli Terry’s factory for $6,000 and began their own company. In 1813 Seth … Read more

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