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These Antiques From Exchange Vintage That Will Remind The Last Century

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Before to start this article I want to say that if you own an antique item and you want to sell ExchageVintage is the best network where you can share.

There are many reasons for people to collect antiques or to become an Antique collector. In addition, people have different views about owning antique collectibles. For example, my grandmother was a big collector of antique chairs and had them throughout her house. My grandmother became a collector of antique chairs. It reminded her of growing up as a child in the South. Here are several reasons why people enjoy collecting antiques.

Duncan Phyfe Dining Set
Beautiful Duncan Phyfe Antique Dining Set. Table with a leaf that stores underneath it, Captain’s chair with arms and 5 dining chairs, 2-door sideboard for storage. In great condition, normal wear.

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Stunning Brooch is signed Czechoslovak

This stunning brooch is signed Czechoslovak. The glass, faceted rhinestones are orange and the large center one is a little deeper orange than the rest. There are no missing rhinestones and they are all clear, shiny and bright. They are all handset into metal prongs except for the ones in the flowers. They are glued in. The metal is japanned which means it’s coated in black enamel. The pin on the back is straight and the pin mechanism is in good working order. The black enamel is in great shape on the front. The back enamel shows some wear from age. This brooch measures, 1 1/2″ tall x 1 7/8″ wide. I package all of my jewelry carefully and mail it in a box.

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1866 Pocket Watch

This is an antique pocket watch from 1866. I’ve included some of the research I’ve done on it based on its markings. It winds and works.

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Roll-top desk
The desk is in great used condition
The pieces of wood you see in the pic are the tray for the keyboard and below the desk.

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Repurposed 1930s radio cabinet dry bar

This lovely antique radio cabinet was fully repurposed by myself. After gutting out the insides, unfortunately, there were no salvageable parts, I cut 440 stainless steel sheeting and fabricated the top shelf, affixed 2 stainless steel stem glassware holders (holds 8 standard wine glasses) For three bottom shelf, I affixed 2 wine bottle holders, one top, one from the bottom. Lastly, I affixed an old fashioned style bottle opener to the back bar for style & convenience. The front is painted an oatmeal flat that is slightly weathered/whitewashed and the inside bar is a bold mustard yellow. This piece is one of a kind without a doubt and is selling for $60 less than the original price.

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Nice old cabinet

A nice old cabinet comes with everything you see in it. The glass is individual pieces in the door. 39 an 1/2 inches across 59 inches tall to the top of the woodwork.

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Written by Ketrin Ulbrich

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