Reply to: A&E's Storage Wars TV Show - What's Your Take?
I've looked information on this very subject and I'm happy that I've found it here Sensa
Reply to: vietnam gas mask and old book from 1975
would love someone to help me out wit this please
Reply to: old wooden lamp
would love someone to help me out with this plz
Reply to: asian print on rice paper
Still looking for any info on this
Reply to: Double Globe Table Lamp
bottom of lamp says
FF & FF Industries or EE & EF Industries
Reply to: Antique Ball and Claw Foot Coffee Table
It's in the Chippendale style, and a very nice table. It dates from the first quarter of the 20th century, refinished we'd retail one like this for about $350.00-$400.00.
Reply to: rosewood table
Most of these are not rosewood and date closer to 1900 than 1850, I rarely see one like this go at auction for more than $450.00, here's a link for you:
Reply to: Chair with woven rush seat
Ladderback chairs of this type have been in production for a considerable period of time, determining their vintage often requires a physical appraisal. From what I can see in the image yours look like early 20th century reproductions. At auction they often go for less than $50.00 each.
Reply to: lane coffee table style 900 - 12 Lane acclaim 1958
Sorry to burst your bubble, but patent dates do not indicate a production date, only when the patent was taken out. Many designs are patented that are never put into production. Lane is and was always a mass producer of furniture, while some lines were in production for shorter periods, none of them are considered rare.
Reply to: Unique Rocking Baby Crib
Most cradles like this one date from the first quarter of the 20th century, there is not a huge demand for them now because they don't pass modern safety standards. The bibiigest demand for them is among doll collectors, most like this sell for less thaqn $200.00 at auction these days.