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    TreeHouse Antiques • 2 years ago

    TreeHouse worked with an interior designer to select fashion prints that were used to decorate the home office of a dress designer. Both customers were very pleased.

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I love cast iron and this is right up my alley. I would love to have wood cookstove. Yes I was born a 100 years or so too late.

  • Carol Long

    How do you season the frying pans?

  • 5th element (7thswan)

    Once they are cleaned up and I'm using them, one only has to wipe the inside with a bit of oil on a paper towel to keep them seasoned.

  • Carol Long

    Going to try that. I think I used too much oil when I reseasoned them. It is getting better. What happened is, I left them in the oven , by mistake whenI was self cleaning it. No good. At 73 you would think I know better. LOL!

  • 5th element (7thswan)

    Oh ya, that cooked on thick stuff. I've seen "seasoned" new pans look like that, almost looks like shellack.

  • george checchi

    I have a 1907 black iron range that I use with coal, & I enjoy using my collection of cast iron cookware on it. I even have an antique range in my backyard summer kitchen , so my cast cookware gets year round use.

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c 1885 - American, silk, cotton: "This high style dress made for a girl of about 8-10 years of age is an exact copy of women's clothing, including the bustle silhouette. The only nod to childhood is the short bolero-length vest which was not a typical component of a similar woman's ensemble."

I haven't seen Le Creuset in pink! so pretty! as are the vintage items!

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