We bought these wheels for an antique table that we found and bought recently. Caroline Adams has been a professional writer and educator since 1980. I think someone told me it was from Sears! It has beento very well taken care care of. Shop our listing of various horse drawn vehicles from our inventory. Left unlaquered, it will gradually develop highlights with use, just like period originals. I redid an old desk and made it into a bathroom vanity and had the wheels taken off and they are now gone. Place the antique table upside-down on a padded surface like a mat or old blanket so that the top of the table is kept safe from damage and you have easy access to the table leg casters.
It did have a mirror ,I believe. Each set contains four 3 diameter caster cups, enough for one sofa, cabinet or table. I certainly could be way off base so keep researching! It is a great piece, it had only been in the shop a day when we got it. If it was a very old piece that would be a different story. Also what type of polish is safe to use on it to keep it nice assuming it is old and not a very well done fake. Not sure when or how long ago. As well as from executive chair, lift chair, and mesh chair.
Learn About Your Choices Each vehicle is carefully constructed to mirror the high standards of quality craftsmanship, durability and style prevalent in the original vehicles, while incorporating design elements to create a one-of-a-kind vehicle. Styles include: cup casters, both round and square, stem type, grip neck and plate type casters. I think the key is that number stamped on the back to identifying it. Roll the casters around on the newspaper before attaching them to the table legs. Your piece might be re veneered since it appears to be so well kept. Quantity discounts are available, contact us for more info.
They arrived promptly and guess what - the caster stems fit perfectly into the existing sleeves! It is made with heavy-duty solid brass for durability and features a 1 wheel. About Industrial Furniture: - Industrial Furniture is inspired by vintage industrial machinery of early industrial revolution period to new engineering ideas from machines. Some of it does appear hand put together, the wood seems machine cut. These casters are brand new antique reproduction casters. As I recall they were produced out around Chicago but can't be positive. Old casters were not made with consideration given to the amount of weight that they would have to support, so any wheels that are attached to the casters may be flattened or cracked.
Get into tight spaces on the casters with cotton swabs to remove any remaining brass cleaner. Cover the area on the caster that is bent with a small piece of cloth to prevent any additional damage to the brass finish. Wipe off the brass cleaner with a soft clean cloth. When I did a search, I found these at Rockler; they looked about the same, so I took a chance and ordered them. Rubber and wood caster wheels are useful where an economical option is preferred.
We have introduced our brass foot and crystal ball frequently found on small table in the last century as well as a glide commonly used on trunks. Sand with a light grade sandpaper if any rust remains. Apply with a small artist's brush and allow to sit on the brass for 30 minutes. The price and product are awesome and they popped right in. I purchased the desk recently; it had no wheels but when I laid it on a table to clean it and do a bit of refinishing, I noticed the metal sleeves imbedded in the legs.
I will closer at mine and see if the makers name is on it anyplace ,since it has not been refinished. Worth knowing that they are cast rather than stamped, so holes can be slightly different from one to another -- means that you have to be careful with measuring and leveling. The only identifying mark is on the back no 116. Remove any dust created by the sanding process with a soft cloth, then repeat the process of polishing with brass polish. High quality - holds up well We installed these numbers on our main house in 2011 and they look brand new to this day.
We begin with careful research and documentation, use authentic materials and methods of construction and finish with techniques that define the art of each maker and the era. Lead time is 1-3 weeks before we ship. If you notice the way the top and bottom dovetails curve to lock the side panel, that is what I am looking at. Installation was quick and easy! It was my first dresser, as my Mother bought it at the Salvation Army Store back in the 50's and has been mine since. Our vintage and are the perfect way to protect and add a vintage touch of style to your bureaus, desks, dressers, file cabinets, office chairs and more. Made from solid brass with wheels available in brass, wood, rubber or porcelain. Great service from Historic House Parts too! You will not be disappointed with these wooden wheels if they fit your furniture.
Used on many period and newer furnishings, the vintage caster styles add traditional flair, while the nickel provides a sleek modern appearance. They were in good shape so why go to the hassle of pulling the old ones out and installing the new ones. Made of durable cast glass with a shallow cup, they are strong enough for large and heavy furniture pieces. It is really a great piece, does have some damage, but nothing too major. It seems handmade to me because of the gorgeous curves and I was told that the wood was a striped walnut I believe. These are the perfect size and are exactly the same size of the old casters. Antique Furniture Casters and Rollers are a bracket device with wheel, which mount to the underside of chair, table and bureau legs.