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Antiques Considered - June 4, 2014

This Aladdin oil lamp was purchased on December 20, 1920, by the grandfather of a local lady. Remarkably, it has survived with all of its original parts, including the 27-page instruction booklet that gives detailed information on caring for the lamp. The back page of the booklet has the warranty made out in the purchaser’s name.

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Antiques Considered - May 28, 2014

A gentleman formerly from Alexandria, now living in the Middle Peninsula, recently purchased this handmade toolbox. The wood is pine, and the interior tray is intact. The interior shows signs of good wear over a long period of time. The hardware is original. On the lid is a small brass plaque with the maker’s name and address.  Interestingly, it has the earlier telephone letter exchange, rather than the later numerical one.

Read more: Antiques Considered - May 28, 2014

Antiques Considered - May 21, 2014

This American Empire Grecian couch belonged to a gentleman who recently died, and it is now to be disposed of by his estate.  The primary wood is mahogany, both solid and veneer, and the secondary wood is pine.  Aside from a few veneer nicks, the overall condition is excellent.  At present the couch does not have a bolster.

Read more: Antiques Considered - May 21, 2014

Antiques Considered - May 14, 2014

This pair of candelabra was an estate sale purchase many years ago. One of them was broken with the stem having come apart. The owner has had it repaired professionally, and the repair is hardly noticeable. At present he is thinking of having the pair re-plated, and asks if it is correct to re-silver. He has been unable to find any hallmark on either piece.

Read more: Antiques Considered - May 14, 2014

Antiques Considered - May 7, 2014

A lady originally from Fairfax inherited six plates identical to this one from her father’s side of the family. They are in the traditional blue on white motif, and are hallmarked “Villeroy and Boch.” They are eight inches in diameter and in excellent condition with no chips or cracks, but evidence of use over the years.

Read more: Antiques Considered - May 7, 2014

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