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Old inlay table - Furniturein Furniture
1920s buffet project - Furniturein Furniture
Pair of old lamps I restored - Lampsin Lamps
Antique Clock - Clocksin Clocks
Set of antique chairs - Furniturein Furniture
Antique mahogany frame - restored - Furniturein Furniture
Restored slide leaf table - Furniturein Furniture
Antique drop front desk 18th century? - Furniturein Furniture
Mid - Late 1800s dresser ($20 yard sale find) - Furniturein Furniture


  1. The battery operated toothbrush is a good idea :) somehow this one toothbrush has lasted through several projects. I spent hours on the dining room table with it.
  2. Thanks for the acetone info. I try to limit the amount of exposure to delicate wood by dipping a toothbrush in it and cleaning a small area then immediately wiping it dry. I've had problems with strip...
  3. Bruce, all I can say is D'oh! I should be able to flip them around without too much problem. Thanks for pointing that out :)
  4. I've been doing some research to find out more information about these. From what I found, these would be considered New York Federal style. Similar chairs were listed as being made around 1815-1820...
  5. Thank you very much! I am very proud of it. I am in the process of doing a set of chairs to go with it. I will post them as well :-)
  6. I keep calling this a drop leaf table - guess it's really called a slide leaf or draw leaf table. Jacobean style from what I've dug up. Haven't found one quite like it yet.
  7. It is complete! Wish I could add a picture here to show. All are uploaded to the album listed in the post above.
  8. So far I've only found one similar Whatever it is - we love it :)
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