Your clock was made by the Warmink Company (also known as WUBA for its initials), a Dutch company that went out of business some years ago. They are not really antique clocks, but made in old styles. I'm not sure if the movements were…"
"The Kovel's current newsletter illustrates what they call "barber bottles" that were used to hold tonics, lotions, etc., refilled from a larger container. The ones illustrated are 7-8" high and have either full stoppers or…"
I'm afraid I don't know the answers to these questions, except that other companies did produce similar shades. I do not think your lamp is especially valuable, so I would be careful about spending a lot on a shade in…"
The Snap-it socket is fairly new and won't give you any information about the lamp. I would guess the lamp itself is from the 1910s or 20s. It would be pretty easy to find a replacement shade, either new or antique, made of green…"
"None of the Emeralite lamps pictured on line or in a book I have (American Lighting, 1840-1940) shows Emeralite shades with beads or a metal ring at the bottom that may have held beads. Are you sure your lamp is Emeralite? Other types of lamps…"
"I think the word after linen is "service." Possibly clean folded towels were on the top shelf and used towels were put in the open bin below. I don't know what the metal plate on the shelf would be for."
"Yes, it's a Victorian platform rocker from the 1880s. I have one almost exactly like it that I found at the curb, with a little damage to the wood. They're not much in demand these days, but I like them."
"One problem with this message board is that replies don't necessarily post in order; there are more recent replies on earlier pages, which I've just now seen. Concerning this piece, if you go to Google images and enter "Empire…"
"American Empire certainly extended beyond 1815, to the 1840s at least. 1804-1815 is more the Federal era in furniture. It seems to me that most items of furniture in this era had locks on the drawers, even clothes dressers. The small drawers in…"