Brooklyn, New York— A New Jersey family is looking to buy some of their family’s collection of antique furniture and antiques, as well as some of the decorative touches they have grown to love over the years.
In fact, the family, who live in Brooklyn, is considering buying all the furniture and accessories they have bought over the past 25 years, as they look to add to their collection in a bid to preserve it.
The family recently received a phone call from a relative who said that their beloved antique dining table was one of her favorites and they had no plans to sell it.
But, she said, the tables have always been a part of the family and now they just want to keep it.
She said they are also considering purchasing the table in the hopes of adding it to their collections.
She added, “It would be a big deal to have the table.
I would love to see the family enjoy their dining table and the table and that they are going to have it again.”
The family is currently living in a one-bedroom apartment with one-year-old son and two-year old daughter.
But they said they would love the table to be returned.
The family said they had purchased it about a year ago and it has been a very special table for them.
“It was a gift from our grandmother.
We just love the piece.
I think it’s wonderful and I think they should have it.
I don’t think it would be fair,” said Mary, who asked to not be identified.
The table is now one of the main attractions at the family’s home.
“It is just so cute.
It has been so loved by the family.
They like to see it,” said Elizabeth, who said they also have a large collection of furniture and art.
She added that she and her husband, who is also a photographer, are not interested in selling it.
The relatives are also looking to keep the table, which has had many pieces of furniture taken off it in the past.
“We have no intention of selling it and are just going to keep collecting.
We are trying to get it back for them to enjoy.
We do not want to sell, because we love it,” Elizabeth said.
Mary added that they do not have a plan for when the family would like to purchase the table or if they would consider selling it in an effort to preserve the piece for them and for future generations.