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  • Want to talk about antique furniture? Pop over to our Reddit sub r/antiquefurniture
  • Ken Garrard
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Want to talk about antique furniture? Pop over to our Reddit sub r/antiquefurniture

Want to talk about antique furniture? Pop over to our Reddit sub r/antiquefurniture

Here at Origin Antiques we like discussion: for those that know how Reddit works this will require little to no explanation. If you are totally unfamiliar with Reddit.com it can be summed up as a place for discussion and sharing weblinks/pictures etc. Individual posts can be 'upvoted' or 'downvoted' by any other user. This has the effect of pushing popular content to the fore eliminating the need to trawl through pages of unnecessary or uninteresting content before finding something of interest. The Reddit community is massive and if you can think of it there is probably already a 'sub-reddit' for that topic, why not pop over and take a look now...

Sub-reddits of interest to Origin Antiques are: r/antiqueappraisal, r/antiques, r/antiquefurniture (our very own sub which we created last year!). If you need answers about your own items don't hesitate to post some pictures up and request help as answers can come flooding in (and there are some very knowledgeable people there) literally within minutes! Personally, as an antique furniture dealer, I found the very broad r/antiques sub to contain a lot of discussion which was irrelevant to our area of interest. For that reason we set up r/antiquefurniture hoping that being more specific it will attract furniture experts and drive interest in the world of antique furniture buying and selling...

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