Connect with Us Proper DOT dustyoldthing_belowtitle October 15 – Featured Antiques on Dusty Old Thing Dusty Old Thing Share on Facebook Pin from: Eleanor Sturgeon Bryant: “This belonged to my Grandmother. She was married in Scotland in 1880 and came to the USA in 1882. I don’t know much about this except it is over 100 years old.” from: Eleanor Sturgeon Bryant: “I don’t know if this set is and Antique or just and OLD thing. It belonged to my Great Aunt. It is over 100 years old” from: Rhonda Young Lamb: “Does anyone have any info on this chest. I can’t find any markings on it. Also the drawer pulls are etched in the front of the drawers. Thanks” from: Judith Krause: “Why is this hole in this bowl?” Not Much Has Changed Over the Past Century for the Amish: Click “Next Page” below! Next Page Share on Facebook Pin RevContent Proper DOT dustyoldthing_belowcontent Recommended Study Reveals America’s Favorite Fast-Food Restaurant – And It Will Surprise You Revolutionary War Battlefield Site of Ethereal Winter Phenomenon This Year Plot Twist on This 2 Minute Beauty Contest from Carol Burnett is Amazing You Can Pretend You’re A Pioneer And Stay In Covered Wagon Cabins Near Yosemite Get Dusty Old Thing stories in your Inbox!