Antique Furniture Learning Can Pay Off Big
Begin learning about "period" antique furniture here, and you may just cash in on one of your furniture finds.
Chippendale Style Furniture
Recognizing Chippendale furniture looking at legs, feet, and other distinguishing features.
Fine American Antique Furniture
It's important to be able to recognize the best of the best in order to grade antique furniture. Start at the top and work your way down learning to grade from masterpiece to mediocre.
This article offers a guide to Hepplewhite style furniture, giving its background and describing characteristic features in legs, feet and woods.
Hidden Treasures: Searching for Masterpieces of American Furniture
A review of the book outlining the period furniture hunting adventures and early start of Antiques Roadshow appraisers Leigh Keno and Leslie Keno.
Period Furniture Learning Can Pay Off Big
Would you know an extremely valuable piece of antique furniture if you ran across it today? Not many people can say yes. Learning about antiques is a lifetime quest, but it never hurts to be able to separate the wheat from the chaff. This original feature is an excellent place to get your feet wet.
Queen Anne Style
Recognizing Queen Anne style furniture looking at legs, feet, and other distinguishing features.
You've heard the words 'Sheraton style', but could you recognize the furniture? Learn who Thomas Sheraton was, and why his work is so significant. This article defines and describes the characteristics of Sheraton-style furniture. Sheraton-influenced furniture is illustrated and identified, with its key features explained and its influence...