links you to some of the information that is available on the web that
we have found interesting. We do not have any way to control the
information so you are on your own. Every time that we find an
interesting site we will add it here so use the page as one of your
resources every time you have a project.
A great link
for all information including the largest exclusive antique, art,
collectible, and specialty online resource - just click below:
This is a great
site, really a goldmine. Click below and use their search engine.
Antiques Goldmine is an index of websites every collector can use to
locate services or products of interest to the antiques industry.
is a online community of restorers sharing ideas with each other and
providing information and advice about the proper restoration and care
of antiques, porcelain, furniture, glass, art, pottery, fine art, and
fine art frames. (I have found this to be one of the best sites on
the web for interesting information)
found a lot of the information here very good (
Articles ) but again remember every idea might not work for you so
sort out the good. Don't stop here though - search the rest of their
Antique Restoration Discussion Forums
is another good site if you take the trouble to read the questions and
If your interest is in Antique Cars
The Guild of Automotive
is a good
site and the article
A Layman's Guide to Restoration Part 4
Do it Yourself.com
some good articles an one of them
Time to Strip?
site with lots of information - it is touted as the "Number One
reference site for beginning and intermediate collectors" And the other
site by Bob Brooke is just as interesting. Pay it a visit for the
ultimate enjoyment at
look for his Antique Button and other interesting and other pages - especially
Business and Technology (oh well you pick what you are interested in -
it was all good).
for lots of information that is helpful for a homeowner and for the
lover this part of the site is very interesting.
there are some good general articles on recognizing and caring for
antiques. Take a look and go to the related articles at the bottom of
you strip something like a guitar and you want to go through the
daunting task of applying a French Polish
to learn about it and how to apply it.
are 30 tips on one of the sites covering care of furniture - even a tip
on how to remove super glue from a table.
more tips on wood finishing and repair - go to
you here someone say that the Antique is Queen Ann or Georgeian and
wonder what they mean?
Click here for the times and periods
match a manufactures name to a date and country -
go to a site that discusses Woodworking Projects.
are some tips on buying and identifying Antiques.
want to figure out how much your antique is worth - Kovls