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Mahogany furniture is a largely English furniture institution. Much of the antique furniture originating in the 18th Century was made of mahogany. Not only did it look extremely appealing, it was also widely known for its hard wearing and long lasting properties. As mahogany was not native to England, it was exported from Puerto Rico and Cuba for use in furniture making. However, it is extremely expensive today and is not commonly used for furniture. Antique mahogany furniture is also really expensive so if you are looking to decorate your home then you may want to investigate the possibility of buying mahogany antique reproduction furniture.

Mahogany antique reproduction furniture is beautiful as a result of its carved patterns and rich colouring. It can add character to any room and should be the focal point if it is purchased for your home. Mahogany antique reproduction furniture is very popular and can be used to great effect, regardless of whether you choose to purchase one piece or a whole house full.

Although you will not find mahogany antique reproduction furniture in regular antiques stores, there is still a huge market for it. Craftsmen that make the mahogany antique reproduction furniture are highly skilled individuals and give the pieces character and style. As a result, there are a number of stores that have snapped such pieces up to market them effectively. There are online and offline stores that stock mahogany antique reproduction furniture so it is easy enough to locate and not all that expensive to buy. As it is still made of mahogany it does have a fairly high price tag, but not nearly as high as the real thing.

The mahogany used to make mahogany antique reproduction furniture is actually imported from Africa so it should tell a tale in itself. However, by the time its gets you it has a completely different history.

Every piece of mahogany antique reproduction furniture is reliable and should last a lifetime or two. Most pieces are carved in great detail and are very pretty, especially if placed in the right place. The pieces are also functional and can be used in daily life. However, most mahogany antique reproduction furniture is in a more formal style and thus would do well in a room designed for entertaining, such as a dining room or office. Many designs appear in a Victorian style and thus can seem a bit overbearing at times. However, if combined with carpets and walls in lighter tones then it would go extremely well in any room of the house.

You should care for mahogany antique reproduction furniture in much the same way as you would authentic antique furniture, with a little tender loving care and a soft cloth! It can add value to your home and give it an individual flavour that most crave so enjoy it while you can!

You can also find more info on Antique Furniture Lighting and Antique Furniture Reproductions. Antiquefurniturersource.com is a comprehensive resource to know about Antique Funiture.

No one can tell what kind of wood my floors are made of. I live in Michigan and my house was built in 1967.?

The floors look really light colored when sanding but turn a darker golden color when a clear oil based poly is applied. They also have a lot of charachter and have some burl in them. I need to do some repairs. I can’t afford to hire this out, so any helped would gladly be appreciated.
I know it is not an oak, everything else I have is oak lol. It does have some knots. It has alot of texture. My neighbor thinks it’s Maple but isn’t maple really light with little grain showing? I don’t know about the quarter sawn thing yet but I am trying to get informatin online. I also don’t know how to attach a picture on here or I would.
I has a lot of burls and bird eye in it. I haven’t ever seen that in pine.
It does have a hammered textured appearance. It has a lot of color variations. When I put clear oil poly on it, it turned a dark reddish golden color. I am thinking they might just be some species of maple. Thanks everyone for all your help.

By the way you describe it changing color when you add a poly to it , sounds like its a maple or very possible a hickory by the reddish golden color you describe
Any questions you can e mail me through my avatar.GL

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