Especially if they are not attached to a piece of furniture.
Number one would have to be drawers. I love every shape and size of drawers.
Number two would have to be legs. I love short ones, long ones, curvy ones, and straight ones.
Number three would have to be harps. I love the distinct styles of them
I was lucky to have four of them in my large furniture pieces lot I bought online.
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Harps are those pieces on dressers and wash stands which hold mirrors.
Some are quite straightforward and others have graceful curves.
All of these only needed a good scrubbing to show off their chippy beauty.
All were in good shape.
Most with added details in the corners.
I loved the green and cream paint on this one.
This one had been stripped at one time, but some paint remained.
However, it must have been a dip/strip job because the wood pieces had fallen off.
This last one had not been painted or stripped.
Very lovely details.
All were taken to Riverfront Antique Mall and most have sold.
I can see them hanging on a wall with a banner or old photos strung across the arms.
I love harps.
Meanwhile, back in the side yard there is a stack of other large furniture pieces yet to be dealt with.
I threw a tarp over them.
Maybe an elf or five will appear and take care of this pile.
Most likely the elf will be me.
Oh, well, one can hope and dream.
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