Why can’t I find someone who will refinish our tea table?

Two weeks ago, our sister as well as I were going around checking out all the yard sales in our area.

I came across an aged tea table that I considered a hideous as well as yet amazing piece of work.

The tea table seemed to be an aged wooden tea table with some kind of inlay on the top. The only concern was that they had painted the entire thing an ugly shade of red, but my sister laughed when she saw myself and others option it up as well as take it up to spend money for it, but I just shrugged, and all these people wanted was $0.50 for this amazing tea table. I went through all the furniture that I saw sitting outside. I had been looking for little accent pieces for our new home, as well as the tea table was perfect for our dining room. I then found a set of nesting tables that drew our attention. Once again, someone had painted them the ugliest red that you can see, but all I could see was that they were solid wood furniture. I took the nesting tables up to the lady who was holding the yard sale, but she told myself and others that underneath the ugly is consistently beauty. After taking our $5 worth of treasures home, I called the antique store as well as asked if they had anyone who could appraise a couple of pieces for me. It did not surprise myself and others when they gave myself and others what the furniture was worth as an appraisal, and what surprised myself and others was when they told myself and others that if I were to unaffix the ugly red paint, they would be practically worthless..


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