"I'm a little hesitant on the value. I know that furniture of this type has lost value over the past 5-10 years. In a shop I wouldn't be surprised to see a price of anywhere between $200 and $400. Less would be a bargain and more would seem…"
"It looks to me like a transitional Greek Revival-Renaissance Revival dresser, from around 1850-60. Hopefully someone can restore the upper drawer finish to match the rest. I would think the only practical way to sell something like this is close to…"
"Great thrift store find! It looks like a china cabinet from the 1940s, or maybe 30s. It has a similar form to kitchen cabinets of the time, but because it appears to have a nice mahogany veneer, I'm sure it was meant for a dining room, with…"
"It's a Victorian platform rocker, from the 1880s or 90s. It looks as though it has an adjustable back, which I haven't seen before on this type of rocker. I love Victorian furniture, but unfortunately it is not in demand these days.…"
"I have to disagree--the interior of the room is Colonial Revival in style and could well date to the 1890s. Also, the spring-like decoration on the fixture could not be used as a device to raise and lower the chandelier. It is far too heavy…"
"I can't tell you much. But since the date is stamped on the back you know exactly how old it is! The style is Early American or Colonial Revival. Furniture from the 1960s in a more modern style ("mid-century Modern") has become very…"
"I think your clock is a reproduction of an early 19th century carved column and splat clock. The originals date to about 1830, had wooden movements, and had labels with the maker's name pasted to the inside of the back, visible when you…"
"I would not call them globes from bathroom lights. They are typical of shades used on early electric and gas fixtures, 1890-1920. Some may be identical copies, even if not old themselves (can't tell age from the photos), but they're all in…"
"They are not hurricane shades. The ones with the smaller fitter size are for early electric lights, both chandeliers and wall sconces. The set with the larger openings are for gas lights, or reproduction fixtures that are gas-style, also both…"