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I started put a strawberry in my cold water and it makes me think I am drinking a strawberry shake. yum.
Great article. Thanks.
Your welcome! I hope it does too :)
Thanks so much for sharing your result with us. I hope it will help other people in the future. :)
Happy Update. So Im so happy to say that all the bugs are gone! I put Diatomaceous powder all over everything and rubbed it in to make sure I got all the cracks holes ect,wrapped it with plastic drop cloth and taped it shut for 7 days. Wow when I unwrapped it I was so surprised how many dead bugs there was. I tried to vacuum it up but with rubbing it in and the humidity It was impossible but I did get the loose part off and then hosed it down really well. I was still a little apprehensive so 2 days later of periodically checking I felt confident that they were gone. So I brought the pieces in and put it on a white sheet and every now and again I would tap on the pieces and I can say that the pietism bug free! Thank yall so much for all your advice it was so very much appreciated!
Do you still have available the brand new Suds & Shower system from Hanna Shower Systems that includes the head and refill container?
If you use a vacuum sealer machine, such as a FOOD SAVER, you can get all the air out which will preserve your frozen veggies through to your next year's crop...or longer. Vacuum sealing foods keeps them much longer than freezing in regular freezer bags.
Any chemical treatment will have an effect on your hair's health. Perming is not recommended until hair is back to health, as perming damaged hair can cause it to break. A demi wave perm (also known as a body wave) is still a chemical treatment, but the chemical solutions are a lot less harsh and damaging to hair than they used to be. If your hair is not too badly damaged, then get demi wave perm.
Most hairstylists would recommend getting the perm first, before coloring the hair to ensure that the perming process does not conflict with the newly applied color. Chemicals in the perm neutralizing solution can react with hair colorants and cause the hair to become lighter. You should wait at least fifteen days after getting a perm to dye your hair.
Short hair can be made wavy hair too.
A body wave perm can last between three and six months depending on how you take care of your hair.
Use a porosity control shampoo before coloring hair so it will absorb the color more evenly.
Did you look for the serial number label? It should be located on the back or the inside of the case, and it should be a "foil-like" label. The serial number might also have been recorded in the owner's booklet.
The serial number will give the year of manufacture as the first two digits.
Here is a listing for your exact clock, giving list price as $2152.50 and sale price of $1291.50:
Good luck selling your clock...it's a beauty !!!!
This one is asking $1200. www.ebay.com/
Yeah that's a good idea.. The paper can move but yeah, not heavy enough, though..
I think a lentil is a good idea. You could also cut out little pieces of black plastic for the pupils too.
Is the black paper heavy enough to move around? How about coloring a lentil black with a permanent marker or paint?
I used to put onions in a pantyhose leg, with a knot tied between each onion. They kept a long time like that, because they weren't touching each other. My pantyhose days are over, so I only buy one or two onions at a time and keep them in a bottom cabinet.
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So I am halfway through a large crisis stitch project and noticed some dirty areas (probably from oils on my hands) and tried white vinegar and baking soda which didnt work so I tried oxyclean which didnt work so I sprayed peroxide over the area and put it in the sun to dry. I came back to a yellow mess. I dont want to start over because it took 2 months to do.
Although not air-tight to keep dust out completely, shams and pillow cases can be used for storing clean folded blankets in when not in continuous use.
One recently sold on Etsy for $266. If it is in poor shape, I would refinish it.
Is this your table: www.liveauctioneers.com/
If so, the value is almost nothing, sadly, as this particular style is not popular in most parts of the country. I haven't seen one sell in ages. This one is from 2019, they expected to get up to $100, it did not sell at starting bid of $25.
If you do great flip job on it you may actually increase the value!! That is not often I say that, but this particular Mersman style is one where it is worth more in a redo than original.
I say this based on Western PA and the posting I shared which is from Englewood FL. You may be in a place where this is a high demand item...but knowing resale, you are safe to have fun redoing it! Thanks for asking!
Im not quite sure what you are asking.
The piece of furniture houses a radio (left), tv(middle) and a record turntable (right).
I am not sure what the brand is.
I have seen complete stereos with a cabinet for around $225 on eBay. Yours would be less since you are missing both the TV and the turntable.
I no longer use an 'address book' as described above. I keep my addresses, phone numbers, names on computer. I use a couple different ways to do this. Then I can save the file and go in and edit periodically to add, change, or delete contacts. I do not stop there. I print one list on regular paper, place in sheet protectors, and use a binder ring which I hang on a hook near the phone. I also make a "frequently used" list (doctors, immediate family, frequently called businesses, etc) which I print on colored cardstock for quick reference, add to a sheet protector and add to the ring. For a portable address book, I have done 2 things. I print smaller copy of list(font, paper size, etc), and slip into the flap of my pocket calendar or checkbook. I have also purchased the little photo albums($store) and cut pages to slip into the protective clear pages for portability and reference. I have used these techniques for keeping other lists as well-take out numbers, measurements of specific items for matching, and sometimes a list of things I need to get when on sale for a specific purpose. Once saved on my computer I can access and print whenever I need to. Keeping separate lists for doctors, businesses, take out ordering, has been handy. I don't have to 'google' everything, or try to find a phone book (do they still make them?) and I can make updates or changes on the printed sheet(pull out of sleeve) to refer to to take to my computer for updates and editing.
No matter how hard I try, we always have more plastic bags than we can use. (Yes, we do use recycle bags) I found that they can be handy when packing. They are light, so if mailing it doesn't add to weight. Unlike newsprint, they so not leave ink on what you wrap in them. And, unlike toilet paper we don't pay for them. (Not a criticism, just a note of interest. We do take them to the store for recycling, and I make "Plarn" out of them to crochet tote bags out of.)
Sounds absolutely delicious! I am going to cook this tonight for tea - I was wondering what I could do and this sounds really easy and super tasty. Thank you for sharing ;)
I wrap my celery(really well) in heavy duty foil and it lasts for a good amount of time.
I love fried vegetables! They make the best snacks or appetizers. Kids don't realize that they are eating veggies! If they can dip it, they eat it!! I love deep-fried Cauliflower, Oh, it is the best!
There are a lot of minute-to-win-it game ideas on the internet. They're usually hilarious, fun, and inexpensive. You could give small bags of candy or dollar store items as prizes.
Heads Up! is fun if you have a smartphone and can get the app. I'm sure there are other free party games in the app store, as well.
Everyone always loves charades, trivia, and Pictionary!
You can get a spring at any hardware store. Ask an employee if they have any recommendations.
Sounds like fruit flies/gnats to me. You can buy inexpensive tips for them or make your own by putting 1/4 apple cider vinegar and a teaspoon of dish soap in a jar. Roll a piece of paper into a cone shape, and place into the jar pointy side down. They fruit flies can fly into the jar, but can't get back out. The vinegar (needs to be apple cider because it smells sweet) lures the gnats and the dish soap traps them in the liquid.
Be sure to keep as much produce as possible in the fridge. Gnats LOVE any fruits or veggies left on the counter. Wipe up spills immediately and wash dishes. Pour vinegar and baking soda down your drains (including the bathroom) and flush with hot water. They sometimes hang out in drains. Take the trash out and clean litter boxes/diaper pails daily.
Did leaves grow back? how far down did you cut it? I'm in the same boat but with a smaller seedling.
Looks like a carpet beetle. They're harmless, but they do tend to multiply fast. Vacuum all around the house and under the furniture. If there are no dust covers under your couch, flip the couch onto its back and vacuum underneath the couch. Also vacuum under couch cushions and under beds/mattresses.
Close ups of it
I do have it posted on Craigslist n Facebook marketplace. We hooked it up n the 8 track works, speakers work, the tuner isn't picking up any radio stations n not quite sure if the record player actually works cuz we didn't have a way to try it out at the time. However, we just found a bunch of records in the basement so we're gonna check it out
The price of such consoles can range from $ 25 to $ 1000. The price depends on the condition and demand in your area, as delivery is very expensive.
Montgomery Ward Airline Stereo Console sold for $ 30 www.varagesale.com/
Vintage Turntable Phonograph Turntable Montgomery Ward Airline Radio for sale in San Antonio, Texas 300 $ sanantonio-tx.americanlisted.com/
70s Stereo Console record player Montgomery Ward Airline 8 track radio near mint $ 1,250 www.ebay.com/
You were right to do this. Re-freezing thawed food can be dangerous and, when working with the elderly, it's better to be safe than sorry. Freezing and re-freezing definitely affects flavor of perishables.
Add to potato or macaroni salad, homemade salad dressing, as a meat marinade (I would add some other spices and such).
The Pink Stuff cleaning paste works wonders! Or just good old baking soda and some scrubbing!
Rubbing alcohol might work. Dip a cotton ball in rubbing alcohol and gently hold against the sap to loosen. Gently wipe in the direction of the fur. Don't use too much rubbing alcohol as it is very drying and could cause fur to fall out/leather to dry out.
Rubbing alcohol might work. Dip a cotton ball in rubbing alcohol and gently hold against the sap to loosen. Gently wipe in the direction of the fur. Don't use too much rubbing alcohol as it is very drying and could cause fur to fall out/leather to dry out.
Scrubbing by hand with soap and water can help. It's exhausting but worth the effort! You can also attach a scrub brush to a drill and use that to get some extra power.
Going to the car washes that have hot foam dispensers and vacuums can be helpful! It's not too expensive (just bring a roll of quarters!)
You can also buy the upholstery foam and use a scrub brush. Wet it down and pull it all out with several passes of the wet/dry shop vac. Leave your windows down overnight so the car doesn't mold. Best done in 50-65 degree weather.
I believe it is a 12 oz. can. That is the most common size.
If you try this recipe, please let us know how it turns out.
Please tell what size can of evaporated milk???????
If you have pets, they may be peeing on the furniture/rug without you knowing. Male cat urine can be especially stinky.
You could also have an infestation of mice and they have moved from one room to another.
What area/region are you in? This may help you get a better answer.
You can have a small party at home with your friends. Most people are fine with pizza, pop, and cake (you can bake your own cake and pizza). Pull out some old board games or turn on a movie. You could also have a bring-you-own picnic in the park and bring a cake to share with your friends! Most parks allow small parties (less than 50 people) with no associated fee. Bring frisbees or nerf guns to play with!
Happy birthday! Hope it's a great one!
Happy early birthday to you! You can do a movie night at home and have some friends over. For food it could be simple pizza party with finger foods (like snacks, chips).
Looks like he could be! He definitely has the markings and slight build of a BM.
I too agree that your fur baby is a Belgian Malinois, from the size, to the look. But to know for sure, you would have to have a DNA done.
From the pictures I would say yes. You can always have a DNA test done to be sure
Book printing is a two stage process of printing and binding, sometimes being done in completely different factories, even in different cities. The intersection between the two is a likely place for an accident to happen. If you could sell books at a premium because they had errors, publishers could make deliberate errors. They are private businesses, in it for the money. Therefore, such errors usually do not give particular value to the book. Books with misprints are only valuable in books that are already rare to start.
But things with misprint are only worth money as long as people are willing to pay for them. So maybe someone will be interested in such a book.
My Kenmore washer wont spin. It makes a clicking sound
Most books like this are facsimiles/reproductions but I did not see this cover although there are thousands of similar books listed for sale online and would take many hours of research to say for sure.
It also appears most facsimiles were published between 1930-1945.
However, another member may be able to find the same cover so be sure to keep checking for new answers.
I'm not sure this type of ads were commonplace in the fairy tale books but maybe I've forgotten.
You will need to show the first pages of the book;
Directory page showing names of stories?
Any page showing name of illustrator/artist?
Page showing publishers?
Without some of this information (unless someone finds the exact copy) it will be very difficult to answer your questions.
I can only suggest you take the book to your local library and ask the head librarian for assistance. Sometime they have access to information about complete lines of books that may not be available to us.
Your book does not look in the best condition so that would lower the value no matter the 'current value'.
If you do not remove most of the cleaner it may always be 'sticky' and accumulate dirt quickly.
Most of the odor will probably dissipate when cleaner is removed but the odor is not as important as removing the cleaner.
It says to try to place bowls of baking soda to neutralize smell. Good luck!
Is that a leather top?
Please show pictures on drawers:
inside - sides - bottom
Also show bottom of desk (underneath)
Also sides of desk and back would be better.
I feel sure with more photos someone will be able to provide more information.
The people running the store were not the original owners. They took over the store with all contents so unfortunately they didnt have much info on the desk. I bought it for $300
I am surprised they know nothing about it. How did they know what to charge you? Look for a manufacturers marking in a drawer, underneath or on the back of the piece.
It is Raymond Waites, pattern #595587, run 14, book Village
Any amount of rollls of this paper would be greatly appreciated! Please contact me @ firstname.lastname@example.org
Dish soap allows the vinegar and salt mixture to adhere to the leaf for a longer time. Thus being more effective and not having to use so much.
Pouring boiling water into the mound openings is not a viable solution. I poured 2 gallons of boiling water into a mound one container after another and it was ineffective.
I am 70 I remember in my early years 11 or 12, the family pediatrician recommended we to sulfur tablets because the mosquitoes would bite us and they would get infected
You can search on Ebay!
There are so many on Pinterest :) I like to look there & Youtube!
Looks like its a common issue. Many poor reviews because of that.
Try avoiding using a surfer strip when plugging your heating pad in.
Unplug the cord from the strip and heating pad. Says to wait 30 seconds, and try again.
If above does not work and you just purchased. I would return & look for another heating pad.
This is Model ST1950T (it is written on the back of your console).
This model was made in the 60s (1962 thecodemachine.co.uk/
This was a top-of-the-line piece in its day, built by hand in the USA with precision electronics, carefully selected speakers, and a heavy wooden console cabinet made to be a prominent piece of furniture in the home.
The price depends on the condition, on the demand in your area, since delivery is very expensive.
I found 1960s Zenith console stereo with walnut case, the estimated price of such a model is $ 25-1,000 www.liveauctioneers.com/
Another Vintage 1960's ZENITH STEREO CONSOLE is on sale for $ 500 www.ebay.com/
Another Zenith mid 60s console stereo was sold for $175 www.varagesale.com/
You do not write in what condition your Zenith is (whether it works well), so it is a little difficult to name the price.
Try contacting businesses that could use cedar trees and see if they can work out a deal with you.
This depends on where you live, and the need. Cedar wood is collectable , but you should try advertising in your city/state to see if there are any takers on this task, because this is a lot of work involved to get this done. Good luck!
I found a very similar lamp: www.liveauctioneers.com/
This is not MAITLAND-SMITH lamp, this MAITLAND-SMITH STYLE METAL MONKEY IN HAMMOCK LAMP.
Styled in the likes of Maitland Smith, with metal monkey swinging in a hammock and safariana detail, with shade, 34" tall.
Compare the dimensions with your lamp.
The estimated price of such a lamp is $200-400.
I found a doll with the same label as your doll Gift Gallery Bisque Porcelain Wind-up Animated Musical Doll "Geensleeves" KMART www.ebay.co.uk/
The price of two COLLECTORS CHOICE Musical Sitting PORCELAIN DOLLS W/ COA MACKENZIE & TIFFANY with the same label as yours is $29.99 www.ebay.com/
So, the price of your doll is about $12-17.
Cabbage Patch Kids were the brainchildren of Xavier Roberts, who originally sold the hand-crafted "Little People" though his nascent corporation, Original Appalachian Artworks, with the help of four other artists. In 1976, Xavier Roberts met Martha Nelson Thomas at a craft fair. As a 21 year old art student, Xavier Roberts rediscovers "needle molding" a German technique for fabric sculpture from the early 1800s. Combining his interest in sculpture with the quilting skills passed down from his mother, Xavier creates his first soft-sculptures. He asked Martha Nelson Thomas to supply him with dolls to sell in Georgia, where he lived and worked Thomas briefly let him sell her Doll Babies, but stopped. Thomas sued Roberts and won an undisclosed amount after the case was settled out of court. Roberts traveled from state to state in the southeastern United States attending craft fairs and folk art exhibitions. At them, he began selling these Chinese crafted dolls. Roberts created his own version in 1978 (source "Custody fight over Cabbage Patch dolls". Christian Science Monitor. 1983-12-12. Retrieved 2020-04-17.) He won awards for his work, including a first-place ribbon for a doll named Dexter at the Osceola Craft Show in Florida in 1978. Roberts sold the license to Coleco in 1982 and when Cabbage Patch Kids made their debut in 1983, they became the most popular toy fad of the year, and one of the most popular in all of the '80s. You can read the story here cabbagepatchkids.com/
You have described your doll as a "blue eyed bald baby doll". Here is a doll similar to your description: Cabbage Patch Kid Baby Boy Bald No Hair Blue Eyes, but this is a 1985 doll (the license was already sold to Coleco at the time), price $ 24.99 www.ebay.com/
I found 1978, 1982 ORIGINAL APPALACHIAN ARTWORKS CABBAGE PATCH KIDS www.worthpoint.com/
Since you indicate the year 1976, 1982, a small number of such dolls (Original Appalachian Artworks) were produced during this period, so this is a really rare doll and its price should be higher? maybe $50. "The very first Cabbage Patch Kids (called Little People) had soft bodies and large thumbs. Later versions had plastic bodies and regular sized digits. Older dolls also had woollen hair as opposed to the synthetic strands on newer versions. And not all of them are worth hundreds of dollars but some definitely are." www.bhg.com.au/
It is also important to know what condition your doll is in. A photograph would really help determine the price more accurately. Try to auction your doll.
It is difficult to pinpoint exactly what is causing skin itching, it can be a common allergic reaction to skin care products or some kind of medication. But some rashes are a sign of something more serious.
You do not write how you feel. If you have a fever or pain accompanying the rash, then it could be a sign that you have an infection or are experiencing an allergic reaction. This is a reason to seek medical attention.
You rash started about 1 month ago - this is really long. This is another reason to visit doctor.
Rashes that start to blister should send you straight to the doctors office too, unless you have good reason to suspect youve come in contact with poison ivy.
Or maybe you have Impetigo.
Impetigo is a bacterial skin infection. Symptoms include red, itchy sores that break open and leak a clear fluid or pus for a few days. Next, a crusty yellow or "honey-colored" scab forms over the sore, which then heals without leaving a scar.
But only a doctor can accurately answer this question.
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It is not unusual for a puppy to feel a little unwell after receiving vaccinations, but these reactions rarely require treatment. Most symptoms will pass in 12-24 hours. If your puppy continues to feel bad and further, then please phone your veterinarian and describe what you are seeing. You will be advised whether or not to bring the dog in to be examined.
Even if the vaccine does work, it will not protect your puppy from parvo immediately. It usually requires ten to fourteen days before a reasonable level of protection is established.
But sometimes the vaccine may not work.
Exposure to the virus can play a role in vaccine failure. If your puppy comes into contact with the virus, he will develop an immune response. These antibodies can block the vaccine. Don't expose your puppy to areas where he might catch parvo. These areas include dog parks, pet stores, dog hotels and kennels, veterinary clinic (the most likely place to be exposed to parvo). Instead, keep your puppy close to home. Wait to visit parvo hotspots until your puppy is old enough for the shots to work.
Vaccines can also fail when your puppy is sick or stressed. When his immune system is compromised, he can't build an immune response. Vaccine failure can also happen in puppies with suppressed immune systems. Medications like steroids or antibiotics, deworming, poor nutrition put stress on your puppy's ability to protect and heal himself.
When your dog is stressed - which is very likely in the first few weeks he is with you - his body will be using up important resources to feed his stress hormones - Vitamin C, Vitamin B5, Zinc. If your puppy is low on these important nutrients before the parvovirus vaccine is administered, his immune system may not respond the way it should. And this is critical to building up the antibodies that will protect him for life.
Titer tests determine whether your puppy has developed antibodies or not. If there is antibody in their blood test, then puppies are immune from the virus for a very long time. But be sure to wait at least 3 weeks before running the titer. Otherwise, the vaccine could inhibit titer levels until the immune system adjusts.
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I am trying to find out I was given a Cathay porcelain doll number 176- - - 5000 call steam is a i y a n a. I am trying to find out if it is authentic or if it is a replica it is still in the box and has it certificate with it which match the back of the neck
Puppies ages six weeks to six months are the most susceptible to parvo. There is no cure for parvo. The severity of parvo cases varies. The stress of weaning can lead to a more severe case of parvo n puppies, as stress weakens the immune system.
Puppies and adult dogs with parvo start shedding the virus within 4-to-5 days of exposure.
You have to make sure that your puppy gets adequate nutrition. Feed and water him if he does not want to eat himself.
I think your vet put your puppy on an antibiotic medication to combat these bacterial infections. Call your vet and ask his opinion. Your vet have to monitor your puppy for additional complications.
Most puppies that survive the first three-to-four days make a complete recovery. Recovery times vary depending on the severity of the case, but it usually takes approximately one week for puppies to recover from parvo. One of the first signs that a dog is recovering from parvovirus is when he stops vomiting blood or foamy, yellow bile, stop drooling or foaming at the mouth.
Be patient and make sure your puppy is getting high protein foods, fluids and medications on a regular basis. And carefully monitor his condition so that if his condition worsens, immediately take him to the veterinarian.
This is an antique composition baby doll.
It is very difficult to determine the manufacturer of the doll if there is no stamp.
The American Ideal Toy Company began making composition dolls in 1907. They produced over 200 variations of dolls throughout the composition era.
Composition doll manufacturing lasted until the late 1940s in the U.S., when plastic began to be used for dolls.
You did not write the size of your doll.
Antique Black Americana BABY DOLL Early Composition Hand-Painted Old Vintage 12 inch is on sale for $ 99.99 www.ebay.co.uk/
Antique Composition Drink N Wet Baby Doll with Molded Hair and Painted Eyes 12 inch Price $ 75 www.etsy.com/
You can also try to search here for a similar doll by specifying the size of your doll: www.ebay.com/
The most mainstream websites for selling porcelain dolls are Amazon and eBay. You can try etsy.com too.
This buffet is very original - this sideboard has a drinks cabinet in the side. The style is Art Deco. It dates from around the 1920's or 1930's. Made presumably from Solid Oak. I found a little similar buffet: www.worthpoint.com/
Oak Breakfront Art Deco 1930s Sideboard was sold for £265($370.34) www.antiques-atlas.com/
The price of 1930's vintage retro antique art deco carved oak sideboard buffet cabinet is £225 www.ebay.co.uk/
Rare Ercol Oak Sideboard is on sale for £99, but it seems to be smallerwww.ebay.co.uk/
So, you have Antique Original Art Deco 1930s Sideboard Buffet with Drinks Cabinet (presumably Oak). The price is about $350-400, but the price depends on the demand in your area, as delivery is very expensive.
Your vanity's label says Montgomery Ward & Co.
"Montgomery Ward & Co., American e-commerce company that offers such general merchandise as furniture, tools, home appliances, and clothing. It was founded in Chicago in August 1872 by Aaron Montgomery Ward as a mail-order business. Headquarters are in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. " www.britannica.com/
The chain declared bankruptcy in 2001, although it has since resurfaced as an online-only retailer.
Your vanity looks a bit like 1931 Vanity by ForeverPinkVintage attic.city/
Montgomery Ward & Co. sold Art Deco Furniture in the late 20s, in 30s www.etsy.com/
Here are some suggestions.
1. Wrap rubber bands around the lid where the gasket would have gone.
2. Make your own gasket with flexible polymer clay.
3. Make your own gasket with flexible silicone caulk.
4. Replace the wooden lid with a glass lid which you can decorate with old fashioned decals, or decoupage the glass lid yourself. Glass lids from pots are easy to find in secondhand shops.
5. You can buy gasket cord on eBay, cut it to size and glue the ends together.
Good luck. It's a pretty cookie jar.
Any amount of this paper would be great. Please contact me @ ohfudge@livedotcom
They fit perfectly on 40ml plastic test tubes, and are easy to write on with a sharpie.
I have the same problem with Dazz washing detergent. The strain is from the detergent. I was handwashing a pair of new bras that haven't been wear. I put the water along with the detergent in the bath to soak for few minutes return to wash it was blue all over. I'm trying bicarbonate if soda and see what happens.
Your piece has a very unusual design. I have been looking for a piece that looks a bit like yours for quite some time. I found a dresser similar to yours www.vinterior.co/
This Dresser is from the Venetian 1910s Chippendale-Baroque Revival bedroom set by Testolini and Salviati www.1stdibs.com/
So you have a Chippendale-Baroque Revival dresser, it should have had a mirror. Presumably Venetian 1910s Chippendale-Baroque Revival dresser by Testolini and Salviati. The price of 1910s Chippendale Venetian Baroque Revival Bedroom Set in Carved Walnut in excellent conditionis is $58,100.83 (per set). Your dresser doesn't have a mirror, but even so, its price won't be low if it really is from the 1910s. Therefore, consult a specialist to find out the age of your dresser.
I boil with a little bit of vinegar & pot is still black. Any suggestiond
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It is quite difficult to find a similar chest of drawers. Your chest of drawers has been painted. Therefore, it is difficult to understand from the photo what was under the paint, perhaps there was veneer, like here: www.collectorsweekly.com/
I found a chest of drawers with curved top piece and similar handles: www.pinterest.com/
1920s?tag=thrif06-20 chest of drawers with curved top piece: www.worthpoint.com/
1920s / Early 1930's Chest of Drawers with curved top piece: www.reddit.com/
I think your chest of drawers is from the 1920s or 1930s, but it's hard to tell from your photographs. Examine carefully your chest of drawers. Maybe you can find the manufacturer's mark. Check if there is suddenly plywood or particle board somewhere. These materials were not used in furniture making until the 1930s.
This repainting destroys value. Now, this is a Shabby chic Chest of Drawers. This is not for everybody. Therefore, it is rather difficult to say whether it can be sold at a high price.
Shabby chic chest of drawers with Curved top Piece and applique was sold for $275 www.pinterest.com/
Another Shabby Chic Distressed Cabinet Chest Of Drawers Teal was sold for £319.99 yorkshirefurniture.co.uk/
There are quite a few Shabby Chic Chest Of Drawers on sale
I have a recipe that I kinda tweaked for the project I was working on and have used it for several others. Here we go *first ddepending on the piece i'm working on and the stubility I want to achieve I use either news paper and or junk mail (note the "slick" or the "shinny junk mail is not a good clay becaused of the film that creates the shinny effect), after getting my paper I tear it and place it in a blender (saved for crafting not for food) with hot water and Elmers glue all (not school glue, there is a big difference) *Pulse blender. *remove from blender and add more Elmer's glue until you get a workable consistance. It's messy but what paper mache isn't. It's a messy fun. you can also use this as THe paste for stripes of paper. hope that might help someone. I diddn't give measurement's because they are as required. To be honest when I'm experamenting with something I don't always take the time for measurement's because I'm having to much fun Playing.....
Attosa, Oh, wow! I have to agree with you. This looks and sounds like a fabulous crispy chicken breast recipe. I like using bone-in chicken breast, it is moister, more flavorful, and like your recipe, you can do so much more. I am going to try this recipe this weekend. Thank you for posting this delicious recipe!
how many mushrooms?
Judy, I love your easy recipe. I too love cooking with fresh vegetables vs. pasta. The meals are so much lighter and healthier. Thank you for posting a great summer recipe!
Aah yes my friend but putting pills in unmarked PILL bottles can get you into trouble . Unmarked bottles containing pill's can and has been an illegal act. Just an FYI
Hi, Donna, I love to cook and have been for over 50 years. I am honestly a bit stumped on this idea of yours, but, very interested!
I am not understanding the concept of getting seeds from; broccoli, chickpeas, or any of the items you listed. Could you explain it a bit easier to me, please? I would so appreciate that? Thank you.
This sounds and looks delicious. I happen to love Ramen noodles. This sounds like a great addition to a nice dinner. Thank you for sharing a different kind of meal.
In America, articles marked Sterling must contain a minimum of 925 parts silver for every 1000 parts of material. Expressed another way, items must be 92.5 percent silver and no more than 7.5 percent base metal. This ratio is called the "sterling standard" and has been used in the US since the mid-1860s. The numeric 925 is the millesimal expression of the 925/1000 standard.
The vast majority of qualifying items made in the US ca. 1860 to 1970 especially items made before 1940 are marked Sterling or Sterling Silver. Many vintage marks, but far from all, include the name of the manufacturer. Very rarely are qualifying pieces of American silver from those years marked only 925. Rarer still, are American marks which include sterling and 925 together without a company name. This doesn't mean all pieces marked Sterling or Sterling Silver old. But it is a general rule that virtually all pieces marked 925 or Sterling 925 are modern.
So the mark Sterling on your bracelet just means that you have a vintage 92.5 percent silver bracelet. The manufacturer of your bracelet can be identified only by the second hallmark. If this is the name of the manufacturer, then it is very illegible. But sometimes, when hallmarks are applied to jewelry, the pattern / inscription is distorted.
Your bracelet design reminded me of Bell Trading Post jewelry. There are images of arrows on their decorations. Your bracelet also has an arrow-like pattern on the sides.
Bell Trading Post was founded in Albuquerque, New Mexico in 1932 by Jack Michelson and his wife Mildred. They sold southwest style jewelry at various tourist locations in the United States. Bell Trading Post got its name from Jack's wife, whose maiden name was Bell. Here you can read the history of this company estatesintime.com/
The types of jewelry sold by Bell Trading Post included sterling silver, nickel silver, gold, and copper. They put the word sterling in a font similar to your bracelet. They had several options for stamps. "Over the years numerous hallmarks were used on items sold by Bell Trading Post and Sunbell. The hallmarks typically included the image of a bell or that of an arrow sign post with a bell sign hanging from it. Shown here are just a few of Bell Trading Post's hallmarks." nativeamericanjewelrytips.wordpress.../
I have looked through a large number of stamps and I have not found anything more similar.
Look under the table for a manufacturers marking. It will be easier for you to do research if you have that information.