About Harden Furniture
Harden Furniture used to be a premier brand for luxury furniture stores.
Harden bedroom furniture, living room and dining room furniture decorated the most high end furniture stores around the country.
Indeed, most high end retailers looked at Harden as one of the best quality recommendations they could make to their clientele.
Their traditional styles and fine solid wood furniture spoke of timelessness and true quality.
Today, sadly, Pre-Owned Harden Furniture can only be found in select places. Continue reading What happened to Harden Furniture? (The Sad Truth about one of America’s Best Furniture Companies!)
About Statton Furniture
For years, Statton Furniture was a staple in Fine Furniture stores across the country.
Their elegant, Made in America cherry pieces stood for quality and craftsmanship.
Many families choose the Statton name and beautiful cherry traditional furniture to decorate their bedrooms, dining rooms and living rooms.
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Kittinger Furniture and Why it is Considered (one of) the BEST
High End Furniture Dealers often consider Kittinger Furniture as one of the best hand crafted vintage furniture brands!
Although not widely heard of, Kittinger has gained a reputation from their exclusivity.
Unlike Ethan Allen, which has positioned itself as an every-man’s furniture brand, Kittinger remains like a secret club to those with enough taste (and means) to afford it.
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About Pennsylvania House Furniture
Pennsylvania House used to be a household name in the fine furniture business.
Their fine cherry, oak, and maple furniture graced homes across the country.
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Baker Furniture Company
Baker Furniture has a reputation that exceeds most luxury furniture companies. The name recognition of the company reigns pretty high amongst baby boomers and even some millennials.
Many of our clients favor the brand because their parents also thought so highly of it. Baker tends to stay in families, and like Kittinger Furniture, tends to find homes with high end clients.
But just what makes Baker Furniture so special?
How can you identify Baker Furniture?
Does Vintage Baker Furniture have a good resale value?
What is the history of Baker Furniture Company?
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A Brief History of Henkel Harris Furniture Company
Henkel Harris furniture is a furniture company that stresses construction, technique and classic styling over the “flavor of the moment” trends. The Winchester, Virginia furniture company was formed in 1945 with two families, the Henkel family and the Harris family, but it was eventually Mary Henkel who took the company to its level of fame and prominence in the 1960s.
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Kittinger Furniture Company (An Introduction)
Kittinger Furniture excels at the artistry of furniture making. If you, like us, have ever dabbled in refinishing vintage furniture, or painting a piece, prepare to feel really inadequate about your work.
You know that moment, after you have sanded and stained and waxed. Maybe after a weekend in your garage or so you stand back to admire your work. Here comes the hard cold smack of truth.:
You are a kindergartner to these guys.
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Stickley Furniture Company (A Brief History)
Ah Stickley… Ask Greg about Stickley furniture and he will most likely sigh loudly and take you on a long historical tour of one of our favorite makers. (Buckle your seatbelts, when we say long tour, we mean it!)
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Statton Furniture Company (A Brief History)
Statton has a special place in our heart because the original Statton company is a family company and was formed so near to our little furniture store. Who knew Hagerstown MD had such a gem of a furniture maker!
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Kling Furniture Company (A Brief History)
Kling Furniture company was created as a collection of furniture companies in New York State. John Alexander Kling, an immigrant from Sweden, purchased several struggling furniture companies, starting with the Chautauqua Spring Bed & Lounge Company in Mayville, New York in 1911.
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