A small selection of some of our recent work:
Stained to required dark oak colour, finished and waxed.
Additional carved names and dates where added to the back panels.
The old damaged finish removed, the frames cleaned up and stained to match original colour, Traditionally refinished.
The carved lettering where painted in and the chairs waxed.
In addition to normal structural repairs a large amount of the applied carving was missing, This was re-cut and carved to match.
The existing finish was cleaned and revived, the repairs and new carving were then matched in.
The fretted splat shown has been repaired retaining the inlayed centre. The chair was rebuilt and the polish work revived with the repairs matched in.
Re-upholstered using traditional methods
This long case clock arrived in an extremely poor state. It has been fully restored with all missing components and moulding remade in matching old oak.
The polish work has been revived and the colour restored before wax polishing. The movement has been expertly overhauled.
A good quality games table had missing and damaged veneer and mouldings After necessary repairs the table was cleaned, the polish work rejuvenated with repairs matched in and wax polished.
This is a family owned piece that was restored before being passed on to another relative.
This table spent five days submerged in the River Severn during the flood of July 2007. The before photograph shows one of the legs after the mud was cleaned off, revealing the bleached out colour.
We repaired any damage including making good carving. The legs where stained to match the top of the table and traditional refinished.
We saved a large number of treasured items following the flooding.
This chair had been substantially affected by woodworm infestation. The seat rails were replaced together with turned sections removing the unsound damage Polish work revived, colour matched and waxed, and the chair traditionally reupholstered.
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