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Quick question, as I am shopping online right now. if you were doing the baby s room in white furniture, and found a great deal on a piece that is in Antique White would you go ahead and get it. I have no idea what the difference is, so please enlighten me. TIA as always ladies. Re Antique White vs White. the store i got my Small White Handbags. crib from had an antique white one next to a white one and they were definitely different colors. then again, all companies will call their colors what ever they want- so who knows. I would go with white. White is white. You can find other white stuff to go with it if you want other pieces. If you buy Antique White, you ll be stuck buying from the same manufacturer to find matching Antique White pieces. 06 Started TTC 05. 08 Me Stage II endo, borderline high FSH DH perfect 1 Antique White vs White. lap, 5 IUIs 4 BFNs and 1 c p 2 IVFs, 2 FETs 1 BFN, 1 c p, 1 ectopic and finally a sticky BFP in May 2011.
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Lady's handbag light turquoise denim
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