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June 12, 2010 by stain remover expert No Comments »

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Antique lamps â € "Treen, Fine, dark and handsome

There's nothing like the luster polished antique wood, lovingly polished with       beeâ € ™ s wax for the past one hundred, or even, in the past two hundred years. During this long period time a rich patina is left, the fine luster polished wood. This patina may never be successfully replicated and is the result of oil elbow, wax and time!

Treen is a generic name for small and medium-sized objects handmade functional wood. Thus Treen is distinct furniture, chairs, tables, etc.

The word itself is ancient! and is in fact an English word in the Middle of the 13th century, when Treen means tree or wood. The word is still in common use to describe small objects made by hand turned wood. A wood, of course, being the main raw material for the common domestic objects with turning and carving skills are key.

A few examples of Treen existed since the 15th century with coins the oldest having been made in the 19th century. They were made before the introduction of cheap goods, metal and finally, plastics. The 19th century progressed â, â € the Treen € œold fashioned pieces have been rejected for the goods news.

The Antique and Vintage Table Lamp Co illustrate a very middle of the 19th century, English, urn-shaped, lamp. The fruitwood lamp on a short pedestal and standing on a circular base, wood fruit, cherry wood. fire probably installed with a bronze-plated This impressive cap. gold lamp base with a height of 11 € / 28cm and a circumference of 21 € / 53cm, was shot in the hand from a single length of wood of fruit! Circa 1850.  Overall height (including shade) 23 "/ 58.5 cm.

The lamp with a polished surface, the end result of a soft cloth and wax for the last 150 years. The lamp is, of course, very functional, with a own naked form, admired by designers and collectors.

It is worth recalling that antiques were made by masters craftsmen and in Todai € ™ s world, handcrafted products such as these have virtually disappeared.

antiques reflect not only quality work from an earlier date, but increase in value, while a contemporary piece depreciates each year.

It is a pleasure to own something that is unique and beautiful, while remaining a useful asset to a family. antiques, such as table lamps, can do much for a modern interior, adding a much more hot when integrated a dà © cor.  There is often a surprise to discover how â € € EOTA HomeAbout an antique piece can look in an interior modern.

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The Antique & Vintage Table Lamp Co specialized in lighting antique table lamp with a range in line of over 100 unique, vintage and antique lamps on view.

The lamps are supplied ready wired for the United States, the United Kingdom and Australia.

You are invited to visit their website at www.antiquelampshop.com

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