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|Comment||Thank you! The previous owner left the bed because it was too big to get down from the 2nd floor of our 1907 Victorian - she got it before she replaced the windows, and apparently the new window is smaller than the old one because the bed won't fit to get it out the way it came in. I'd never seen springs like that before & wasn't sure if they were enough to support a mattress.|
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I can answer most questions about the repairing and refinishing of all your old furniture items (the things we call antiques). I can also give you advice on what wood items to choose and what wood items to avoid at auctions, flea markets etc. I DO NOT give appraisals on antiques as this is not my field of expertise.
I have been repairing, refinishing and of course buying old furniture for the past 30 years. On any given weekend I can be found at auction sales or flea markets searching out a good buy. I have taken several courses in this area over the years, but I find "Hands On" learning to be the best teacher. I can help you avoid the pitfalls and problems of this wonderful rewarding craft.