Dismantling carcases and frames and re-gluing all loose joints.
Repairs to all furniture from shrinkage and humidity problems to severe fire and flood damage.
Splitting to carcases and consolidating any further deterioration to the furniture so it can be still be practical and adored.
Restoring treasured family heirlooms to priceless museum articles.
All work is executed in the traditional manner for the period of furniture in question.
All materials are from period sources accumulated from many years of collecting; into now a formidable stock resource, and all restoration or conservation work is reversible, which is the
professional ethos of my company.
Replace missing fretwork, mouldings, cornices, plinths and all aspects of restoration are carried out.
A beautiful Walnut Queen Anne Longcase Clock. Images show hood before and after restoration. Fully restored movement and all the casework.
A Victorian Walnut upholstered ladies buttoned back chair. Fully restored frame and upholstered in customers fabric.
A Walnut Victorian Davenport. Restoration to the carcase and a new embossed leather to the lid. Make a new fretted gallery to the top.
A Victorian oak and mahogany Longcase Clock that was involved in a fire.