Antique Crib Parts

Oct 19, 2009

antique crib parts

Antique Quilt Info

Having grown up inside the heart of Amish and Mennonite country in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, I have a special place in my heart for quilts. The quilts which are made in my hometown are of the highest quality and normally have lots of care put into them. I by no means knew, nevertheless, that I could discover and purchase an antique quilt in my hometown. I was entertaining some out-of-town guests 1 weekend and taking them to all of the tourist spots. We went via an Amish store that sold quilts. Wandering by way of the store, I found a quilt that I thought was incredibly fascinating. The salesperson saw me eyeing it and told me that it was an antique quilt from the 1850′s. My jaw dropped. She said that I could uncover an antique quilt for almost any year that I wanted in her store. I was fascinated. I had no idea that a quilt could last that several years. I suppose that seriously does support the truth that quilts from this area are of the highest quality.

I pored over every antique quilt that I discovered. I was not interested in getting one of them, as the price tag also made my jaw drop, but the historical sense of them was intriguing. She was proper, there did seem to be an antique quilt for lots of years that could possibly be found. When I went residence that night, I discovered their internet site, and looked by means of their on the web catalog. If anyone is looking to obtain and purchase an antique quilt, I would definitely recommend visiting their internet site prior to making any commitments to purchase from anywhere else. Positive, the prices are more than some of us can afford, but you might be not just purchasing an antique quilt, you’re acquiring a piece of history. I’m fairly certain that every single antique quilt on their web-site could tell us some wonderful stories.

I discovered quilts that were not just for adults, they had an antique quilt that were for cribs and toddlers also. I’m not sure that I would be willing to let a baby have access to an antique quilt that price a small fortune, however it would look fantastic as a wall decoration. If I ever have a baby, I’m putting that on my gift registry! There were other stores and web-sites that might be visited if you’re seeking an antique quilt, but I was a lot more impressed with my local store. I already know the history of my county plus the top quality of what is made here. If you’re seeking an antique quilt, check them out. You won’t be disappointed.
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