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Thys 8 month s ago
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Tave 8 month s ago
#12 Probably made a lot of people very sad by stripping the finish/patina from the wood.
       
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Lias 8 month s ago
Old stuff, yes. Treasures? Depends on your definition I suppose. Those old birdcages are neat, but to put an actual bird into one seems a bit like cruelty.
       
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“My great-grandmother sketched her teachers in 1924. I found it in her school notebook.”

“— Their clothes are in the 1840s style and not anything close to what they would’ve worn in the 20s. So, they are not the teachers, but the characters from Charles Dickens’ book, The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club. She probably read the story, and drew what she thought they looked like.

— I see that now.”

 

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