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Antiques Considered - May 29, 2013

Recently a family moved to the Northern Neck where they purchased a house with this chandelier hanging in the dining room.  It does not match their décor, and they have asked how to proceed in selling it, as they are anxious to replace it with a modern fixture.  They do not know the make, nor whether it is crystal or glass.

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Antiques Considered - May 15, 2013

As we are in the middle of spring, we have been getting more inquiries about estate sales, how to arrange them, how to conduct them, what to do with the residue, and whether to hire a professional or to “do-it-yourself?” Periodically, I have treated this subject, and today’s column is an update in the hope that it will answer many of the questions.

Read more: Antiques Considered - May 15, 2013

Antiques Considered - May 8, 2013

This bentwood cradle belongs to a family from the Shenandoah Valley, now living in the Northern Neck. The wood appears to be oak, and the owners think the handmade mattress is original. The finish is also original.
 Cradles are interesting period pieces, and this one is a good example of the style of the late nineteenth

Read more: Antiques Considered - May 8, 2013

Antiques Considered - May 1, 2013

This cabinet, which some refer to as a hutch, is a part of the inheritance of a Fredericksburg family.  It is either fruitwood or walnut, and is in excellent condition.  The knobs might be replacements, but the finish is original.  The shelves are stationary, and the back is paneled with solid planks, and not made of plywood.

Read more: Antiques Considered - May 1, 2013

Antiques Considered - April 24, 2013

This compote belongs to a lady in the lower Northern Neck, who acquired it at an antiques shop over 40 years ago. She notes that many visitors to her home think it is cut glass, when in reality it is pressed glass. It is in excellent condition, with the proper signs of wear on the bottom. It is one-piece, 12 inches high, and 12 inches in diameter.  She is downsizing, and in the preparations is considering selling the compote, and asks if the Internet is

Read more: Antiques Considered - April 24, 2013

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