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Antique Clocks

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Our antique clocks have been serviced by our expert clock makers and are fully functioning. We ship and install antique clocks anywhere in the United States.

Demystify antique clock collecting by visiting our resources for early American clock styles, antique clock terms, and a list of early American clockmakers.

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Antique Furniture

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Our antique furniture is truly heirloom quality. We ship and install antique furniture anywhere in the United States.

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Accessories

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Our antique accessories are truly unique. We ship and install antique accessories anywhere in the United States.

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When reading the Declaration of Independence, no doubt some of our founding fathers would have chosen to sit in a favorite "lolling" chair. This kind of chair, with an upholstered seat and back, was popular then and has come down to us today as a classic form still much used and much loved.  Norm Abram seeks out Antiques expert Gary Sullivan to help with his research.  Gary provides a terrific Federal lolling chair as an example, from which Norm makes an excellent replica.

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Gary paid a visit to the New York set of the PBS Television series FIND!. The identical twin hosts Leigh and Leslie Keno, of Antiques Roadshow fame, invited Gary to explain a rare clock they had recently filmed in a home. The Kenos called on Gary's expertise to evaluate this unusual “lyre” form clock that was produced in Charlestown, Massachusetts by Zacheus Gates. The clock was a grand slam, not only was it a uncommon and very desirable form, but it was produced by a rare maker and survives in immaculate condition. It was the best of the form.

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