All Discussions Tagged 'antique' (9)

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Identify Old Floors in Kitchen

We are currently in the process of remodeling the kitchen of our circa 1890 home. After removing layers of linoleum we have begun to uncove…

Started by Austin Litteral

6 May 10, 2017
Reply by Randall Marder

Victorian Horsehair Upholstery

Just listed - A great deal on some very nice genuine horsehair fabric at less than half of the wholesale price. If you want to re-upholste…

Started by Charles J

0 Mar 26, 2013

Tin Ceiling Tiles and Cove For Sale

Recently purchased a 100+ year old build with the original tin ceiling.  There are flat decorative panels (painted white) have a beautiful…

Started by Angie Wagester

6 Sep 2, 2012
Reply by Rachel Gawith

For Sale: Antique Clawfoot Tub in Mint Condition

For Sale: Clawfoot Tub Name: LilianEmail: City/State: East Somerville, MA Description: We're remodeling our bath to incl…

Started by L Wang

2 Apr 7, 2012
Reply by TriDog


What a find! Never used in original boxes, 1962 Pink Caloric Kitchen Appliances by designer Beatrice West: Includes: Ultramatic gas built i…

Started by Nancy Clark

4 Jan 21, 2012
Reply by Alicia Minderhout

For sale: vintage bathroom fixtures and double kitchen sink

I have a 1930s Cotswold cottage that needed one of its bathrooms and its kitchen renovated.  We were able to salvage the toilet, pedestal s…

Started by Patricia Shih

0 Sep 1, 2010

For Sale: Antique Buffet by Grand Rapids Firm

Contact: P Bryson Email: City/State: Bath, MI Handsome and spacious walnut buffet by Williams-Kimp Furniture Co., Grand…

Started by Randy Pope

1 Jun 28, 2010
Reply by Shelley

For Sale: 7 antique marble mantels

Contact: Samuel Sadtler Phone: 215-923-3714 Email: City/State: Philadelphia, PA I have 7 antique marble mantels, c. 1810…

Started by Randy Pope

2 Nov 1, 2009
Reply by Randy Pope

Identify Wood in Old Floors?

Hi -- we have a mix of wood flooring in our house (built 1830s and 1880s). We especially love the wide-board floors in the older part of th…

Started by Cass Liberman

8 Feb 23, 2009
Reply by Martin


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