Vintage Simplicity Pattern

April 20, 2006 by  
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I'm a couple generations model I can not use. How I can do to prices?

The models and sizes are cut Simplicity 6452 5000 McCall patterns 14 and Carefree Size 10

Someone suggested the simplicity of the model in a state similar to what you describe, at a price of $ 3.99 in Ebay. McCalls Pattern is available for $ 4.00. There were no announcements completed, so I do not know if it really going to sell much. There are sellers out of eBay, and find if Google at all. Then you might like their own selling prices. Good luck, I already sold a huge box of models and did very well with them ...

Antique Doorknockers And Vintage Style Brass And Bronze Knockers

Antique and vintage style doorknockers are a wonderful way to show grace and detail at the front entrance of any home. Doorknockers have been popular in Europe for hundreds of years and have been found in America since the earliest colonization. Architectural and designer doorknockers were popularized in the late 1880's and early 1900's, and they were characterized by form rather than function. The early 1920's treated doorknockers as more streamlined architecture and precise geometric patterns rather than functional objects.

Grand doorknockers and door bells are timeless and are a welcome addition to any home. These architectural elements exemplify simplicity, beauty and tradition. Long before more modern electric doorbells came into fashion, grand doorknockers abounded and could even help distinguish one flat from another. Of course, mechanical doorbells were also used in conjunction with door knockers and can still be found in many homes today. Door knockers are typically found in cast iron, bronze, antique brass and polished chrome with the most famous styles found in naturally aging unlaquered brass.

Many different doorknocker designs are produced today - allowing you to incorporate their patterns in your doors. It is a simple way to incorporate a striking design element at the front entryway. Doorknockers can be either front or rear mounted - with the heavier and more expensive knockers found as a rear mount. You can also find doorknockers in many different styles including Colonial, Rococo, Victorian, Art Deco, Craftsman and post modern styles. You can also ask an interior designer or other design experts for assistance or look to decorating magazines for additional help.

Hundreds of styles of door knockers are readily available online as well as in many home decorating catalogs. When you work with a doorknocker, be prepared. Search for solid brass or bronze construction and be sure to ask questions. Will the knocker fit your personal style, but also fit your door? Is it front or rear mount? What is the hole spacing and will I need to re-drill my door? Many styles of doorknocker hardware can be found online through LookInTheAttic & Company - they also offer free design assistance and help.

About the Author

Kohn Coleman born in Michigan - received his Ph.D. from Iowa State University in 2000 - currently leads several online companies and ventures.


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