Dating drawer pulls
Feet and chair spindles were also carved individually, so there is no way each one could possibly look identical.
When you're trying to determine the age of an antique, take a look at these parts and look for tool marks, slight variances in size and shape, and elongation of round parts (round wood contracts across the grain, resulting in an oval shape after time).
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This pull is on an Eastlake buffet that was made with quarter sawn oak. The Colonial style came back into vogue in the 1960s and many items of furniture sported hammered copper or other hammered style pull that gave the piece an artisan style.
You can find antique furniture hardware locally at architectural salvage stores.
is no longer exist, but you may be interested in some related content below.Determining the age of antique furniture is the first step in establishing a proper valuation, as well as verifying that the piece is indeed an authentic furnishing from the era in question.There is some detective work to be done if you want to really ensure that the antique is real, and a qualified inspector should be hired if you're spending any appreciable sum of money.Chippendale pulls are a confluence of rococo and neoclassical features, deep carvings, angular arches, and latticework, enhanced with floral details.These pulls are a part of our bargain basement products.