The some-more spindles on antique Windsor chair, a better
January 4, 2016 - table lamp
The Windsor chair was initial done in a late 17th century in England and about 1730 in
American chairs are done with spindles for a behind and to reason a arms. There are many kinds
of Windsor chairs with names such as prop back, hoop back, arrow back, fan back, crawl back, low
back, brush behind and corkscrew back.
Some have rockers or essay arms. Early chairs customarily were painted, since several forms of
wood were used. “Brown furniture” from a 18th and 19th centuries is offered for low prices today.
The best have strange paint.
The some-more spindles on an antique Windsor, a progressing and improved a chair.
Brunk Auctions in Asheville, N.C., sole a comb-back Windsor with some repairs in 2015 for
Q: I’m anticipating we can strew some light on a building flare we have. The bottom is stamped
Miller Company, and one of a tools is hammered Miller U-Dezine. The bottom and mainstay are done of
pot steel or bronze. Can we give me any information about this flare and a maker?
A: Edward Miller founded this flare association in Meriden, Conn., in 1844. It made
candlesticks, lamps and other products. A 1930 ad for Miller’s U-Dezine said, “You pattern a lamp
you want” and called it “the flare that is done in apart tools for we to put together.”
There were several ways to arrange a parts. A list flare could be altered to a building lamp, or
a building flare to a overpass lamp.
In 1985, a lighting multiplication was sold. The association was bought by an associate of Diehl Metall,
a German company, in 2000.
Q: How can we sell a collection of wooden hangers from opposite California dry
cleaners? There are 247 hangers from a 1920s and 1930s.
A: They competence sell during an promotion sale as a lot, rather than individually.
Vintage wooden hangers sell online, though we substantially would have improved fitness during an promotion show
or sale. You competence be means to get $5 every for them.
Prices are available from antiques shows, flea markets, sales and auctions nationwide.
• Cup, silver-plate, punch handle, monogram, turn rim, urn foot, 5 inches, $35.
• Toy, car, Turbo-Jet, cosmetic jet car, steel stipple launch station, Ideal Toy Corp., 1950s,
131/2 inches, $70.
• Architectural close set, ram’s horns, corkscrew penny ends, eyelets, wrought iron, circa 1900,
24 inches, $75.
• Crock, salt glitter stoneware, cobalt blue leaf, tender mark, 1800s, 4 gallons, 11 by 12
• Art glass, vase, Art Nouveau, immature iridescent, white, gray, orange, lead stylized mounts,
13 by 8 inches, $300.
Terry and Kim Kovel, authorities on collectibles, write for King Features Syndicate. Visit