Full range of services
Items for sale
Furniture restoration and conservation
Cabinet making and frame construction
French polishing and oil finishes
Veneering repairs, marquetry and parquetry
Inlays and Decoration
Steam bending wood
Turning of legs and spindles
Carving and gilding
Caning and rushing
Desk leathers and tooling
Clock restoration & servicing
Restoration of barometers, barographs & chronometers
Metalwork, Silversmith repairs and plating
Modern spray lacquers
Picture cleaning and restoration
Advice on cleaning and maintenance
Guide to buying at auctions and researching
Objects with artistic merit and value
Caning and rushing
Replacing missing cane and rushing to all furniture.
Whether it be modern cords or French woven rush.
Canning comes in different thicknesses so as to match with very fine French chairs or to the classic six and four way designs.
Different patterns and styles of various cord, rush and cane can be achieved to match with the originals.
Medallions to chair backs supported by sunburst caning.
Open weave cane and blind canning done, all priced as per hole to the framework.
Large Bergere suites of double canning to the single bedroom chair.
All types of seat weaving can be done.
Modern caned sheet panels to chair seats and screens.
Repairs and re-colouring of Lloyd loom furniture.
Danish cord and traditional sea grass also available.
Danish cored back repaired for bentwood carver chair.
The seat was replaced with fibre cord which had to match the rest of a set
A Georgian spindle back dining chair after the seat was replaced with traditional rush.
A pair of Edwardian Beregere chairs that have been re-caned as per the originals.
A William 1V mahogany medallion back chair. The canning to the back has been replaced.
A pair of rush seated oak elbow chairs by Gillows. The rush to the seats had worn away and has been replaced.
Rush seated Victorian child's chair which has had a new seat.
A 1800 childs correctional chair designed by Astley Cooper with a new canned seat in the tradition pattern.
Thonet bentwood chair No 20 with new caned seat.
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