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1 How to date antique furniture- Shaker chest of drawers


2 Antique Furniture : How to Evaluate Antique Furniture


3 Antique Furniture - What you need to know. Antique Guild Brisbane, Australia


4 How to Tell if Furniture is Antique? Wood Separation


5 Finding signs of hand work in antique furniture

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Hotzarzim
Hotzarzim
22 марта 2018 21:17
I have heard some old timers used a large draw as a bassinet for their young babies maybe a reason for a large to draw.
Valett
Valett
15 февраля 2018 08:45
although it seems a little unpractical to see that large drawer as a young boy I remember seeing this particular design in an old town called Maywood. I remember the women used to keep white linens in the top such as cloth napkins and tablecloths only. a piece like this wasnt used as a dresser it was used offset in a corner near the dining room. Just a thought
chopper
chopper
17 февраля 2018 18:06
That was very educational James thanks for sharing it.
nero
nero
31 марта 2018 16:36
This analysis was really well done. Youve got me hooked and interested in dating furniture. Any recommendations for learning more on this topic Todd
Valett
Valett
28 марта 2018 04:29
Good education in this video. As a die maker Ive often wandered about the history of the trade. Now we have CNC programmed electric discard wire machines to cut our extreme punch and die sections plus grinders that run on ball ways and easy to use diamond profile wheel dressers. but seeing antique screws and thinking about the machines and even the sub par steels they had to make the tooling. I would love to see aset of dies that cut the old screws. It had to be like seeing magic to the poor soel who was filing threads to see a strip of wire being cut stamped head and rolling the treads from a strike. Even the old cam driven screw machines had to be awesome in their day. As a kid Ive seen one run just because it was set to run a bolt that was still being used but they had tape reading NC lathes at that time. I get wound up over mechanical history and thoughts run away.
iss
iss
1 апреля 2018 14:50
Two first jokes were way too cringy
black coffe
black coffe
14 февраля 2018 22:34
I can quibble about your arguments but in the end you reached the right conclusion. Shaker craftsmen were aware that their designs were being copied contemporaneously but small time and large manufacturers. Even today much of shaker designs popularity is the apparent ease that hobbyist woodworkers and Bostonian accented carpenters can replicate the pieces with powertools. Its the subtle aspects of construction that set the authentic pieces apart. To wit it looks Shaker enough to satisfy a customer and thats the nature of the marketplace.
Keyplex
Keyplex
9 апреля 2018 07:10
I enjoyed these two videos immensely. But I glanced down through the comments and see many talking about being educated by these. Now dad gum it Stumpy did you go and educate me without me...well I guess that is the sign of a good teacher when the student enjoys being educated and may not even realize all they learned at the time. I guess....you Da Man Thanks and keep it up.
Modinis
Modinis
10 марта 2018 20:23
That was some decent education. Thanks
Howlux
Howlux
7 апреля 2018 14:13
That was an awesome insight. Thank you.