My grandmother recently passed away. She has a solid oak trunk and a desk (both antique) at my aunt’s house in Florida. These pieces are very special to me emotionally and could never be replaced. However I am a very poor graduate student! How can I best get them here (Tennessee) from there (Florida)?
We do not know the weight of these items but I know they are solid and will weigh a lot.
Waiting is not an option. If I don’t get them now, I may never get them.
We recently lost our home to fire, but it was contained to 3 rooms and we were able to remove many things. The smell of smoke is terrible on most of it. I have an antique sewing machine, among other antiques that have tremendous sentimental value but am clueless as how to remove the smell without causing more damage. I also have leather furniture and many wood pieces. Any suggestions would be extremely appreciated. Thanks and a very Happy Easter to All… : ) Angie
i want to buy some antique furniture from the internet but i dont know any good trustful sites.. i’v found this site www.kevaneandco.com but i dont know if its save and trustful.. so if anyone know any gooooooood sites for antique furniture please help me. thanx