Antique glassware needs a gentle hand. This month we’ll give you some useful tips to help you care for your antique or modern glassware.
Caring for your antique metal items requires know-how. Each metal has its own particular characteristics and requires its own brand of tender loving care.
Oak, mahogany, walnut, pine, rosewood, maple, elm; you may have some or all of these woods in your home. But, do you know how to tell the difference among them? In this month’s column, we’ll talk about the different kinds of wood that are regularly seen in antique furniture and some common decorative treatments.
Regardless of the style, all pie safe were designed to keep pies and other baked goods safe for storage until the food was eaten.
Here are some things that we have been doing that may help you in preserving your old photos. These are the steps I go through.
Tips for cleaning antique silver tea sets.
Antiques are like old books. They hold a limitless universe of knowledge waiting patiently to be revealed.
How to take care of antique furniture.
You could go round the shops or have a look online only to find the same mass produced furniture. That is OK, but that may not have any character or uniqueness. Alternatively, what about some older or antique pieces.