Corina Marisol. furniture. May 15th , 2017.
The Amish have kept alive traditional design styles such as the Mission style furniture retaining the beauty, simplicity and functionality of the traditional designs. These techniques and designs never go out of style and they seem to last forever, which is what makes Amish made furniture so highly prized.
Steel furniture lasts 10 times longer than wooden or plastic furniture. Steel furniture is designed to last up to 30 years with less effort of maintenance and care. The majority of steel furniture meets the standard industry criteria which includes the treatment of rust and heat resistance. The steel designs simply outlast the strength in the durability as compared to other wooden and board investments.
As people are unable to notice the differences between genuine antique pieces and reproduction pieces, you will be better off purchasing the reproductive piece. Understandably there most certainly are differences between the two pieces, but these are guaranteed to go unnoticed. The only way you can notice a difference in how the pieces are different is how they will age; genuine pieces will endure cracks and flaws, whereas reproduction pieces will be smooth with not jagged edges or imperfections. However a common misconception with reproductions are peoples' assumptions that these pieces are fake, and of no worth or value. Although they may not cost as much as genuine antique pieces, it does not mean to say that they are fake either. Unknown to many, there are numerous antique pieces that may be sold as "genuine", but are in fact reproductions.
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