from: Terry Tinich: “Can anyone help me with any information about this setee? Age, origin, etc.”
from: GregnKaren McCrain: “My find today for $80.00. Was told it’s 100 years old. Can someone one tell what this is called?”
from: Susan Durcan: “Another of my grandmothers pieces. It is a lowboy with ball and claw feet. Does anyone know it’s age?”
from: Nancy from Dusty Old Thing: “We love old hand-made linens. They always seemed in the old days to stay crisp and white despite a household full of kids and men who farmed. Did anyone else grow up washing, bluing, starching and pressing table linens and just loving the fresh smell that came from the whole process?”
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