Heat marks, water stains and scratches removed from the polish.
Re-French polishing all types of furniture to match with the original.
Cleaning and reviving old finishes with colour washes and antique waxes.
Oil finishes and liming pastes applied. Painted furniture, especially in the French style can be re-painted and distressed.
Traditional methods of grain filling, pigment colouring and using chemicals to bleach or age and darken woods.
It is possible on occasions to carry out some smaller work to items in the clients’ property, please ask on arrangements.
We have also re-polished stocks and butts to shotguns and rifles as well as musical instruments.
Oak and other hardwoods can be limed and waxed to show off the white enhanced grain of the wood.
We have re-polished wooden interior panels to several classic cars.
Re-polished shotgun stocks and butts.
Before and after restoration, showing the re-polishing of a mahogany Georgian dining table.
Before and after restoration, showing the re-polishing of a mahogany pie crust George 111 wine table.
The cleaning and reviving of the existing polish to a pair of William 1V mahogany hall chairs.
Before and after. Showing the re-polishing of a Gordon Russell sideboard which was damaged from overexposure to the sun light. A mahogany and rosewood two door sideboard with double helix carved inlay designed for the Festival of Britain 1951.
The re-polishing of an extending oak dining table designed and manufactured by Gillows.
Showing a mahogany extending winder Victorian dining table after being re-polished.