Furniture restoration and conservation

  • All types of furniture repairs are carried out.
  • 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.
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