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Yankee Craftsman

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SGcvn69 wrote a review Mar 2018
Munhall, Pennsylvania901 contributions96 helpful votes
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This place is amazing! So worth a visit! Some of the stuff is so cool! Barn is a bit chilly in the winter, but there are areas with wood stoves where you can warm up. Parking available. Not wheelchair accessible. Not really a place for small children as there are a lot of breakables...expensive breakables!
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Date of experience: March 2018
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William Cronin wrote a review Aug 2017
Boston, Massachusetts64 contributions9 helpful votes
This family owned business is a gem! These guys offer everything from antique finds to historic restoration of vintage light fixtures. You will not find more knowledgeable and/or capable craftsmen in New England. I have used them numerous times over the years for my own home and for the projects of my clients. There is a reason they have been featured many times on This Old House and other noted TV shows!
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Date of experience: August 2017
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Scott B wrote a review Dec 2016
Boston, Massachusetts37 contributions17 helpful votes
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If you are in New England doing antiquing, this is a must visit place for antique lighting. What a cool place! I was looking to repair the wiring on an antique chandelier. I was referred here by a lighting supply company. Walking in on a cool December day, there was a fire in the wood burning stove, heating the small workshop. The workshop is full floor to ceiling with lighting parts and projects. After purchasing some antique cloth bound wire, Gary suggested I headed out back to check out the huge barn. Inside are over 2,000 fully restored antique light fixtures, all running with LED lights. I spent two hours trying to rewire the chandelier, but to no avail. The next day I brought one arm of the chandelier to Gary for repair. In under 10 minutes he had the wire threaded through the arm, the socket screwed back in and wired up. My parents and my wife will be heading over soon to buy some more antique lights. Go here to explore, go here to buy antique lighting, go here to repair antique lighting.
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Date of experience: December 2016
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