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Archive for May, 2011

  • How to Tell If Your Furniture Is Antique

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    This is a common enough question, but basically there is a standard set of elements to consider when determining whether or not your furniture is antique. Many people make the mistake of looking at one or two details while neglecting the rest, but judging antique furniture is a lot like judging a painting: look at the details, but also take…

  • English Antique Furniture Period Timeline

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    The concept here is pretty simple: a visual timeline of English antique furniture periods. You might notice that we've excluded 1650, which coincides with the English Interregnum, a tumultuous time at best. As a result, a distinct, post-Jacobean furniture period didn't really emerge until the turn of the 18th century.

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    May 2011 New Antique Furniture Arrivals

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    Well, ladies and gents, we sure got a beautiful bunch of antique furniture this month—imported straight from England! Here is a selection of a few of our lovelier items.

  • Scott Antique Market May 2011

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    It's that time again! Summer's coming 'round, and before you know it Thanksgiving will be here, so be sure to keep your eye out for good deals on dining tables and chairs. You might just find the perfect set before heading off to summer vacation! As always, Peter will be there to answer all of your questions in the South…

  • Mixing Different Styles of Antique Furniture

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    One of the most common questions that we get is, "Can I mix different styles of furniture?" The short answer is a definitive, "Yes." However, there are some subtleties that have to be negotiated before deciding on what styles to use together.