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
The upholstery of any seated furniture can be totally overhauled.
Where we can strip down to the bare frame and re-upholster in traditional and modern methods, or just recover an existing piece to match new decor.
All materials comply with health and safety standards and fire regulations.
Cushions can be replaced and new interiors of feathers or many other substitutes can be used.
We can provide services for deep buttoning Victorian nursing chairs to three piece suites.
We have covered a single original red leather Chippendale armchair for a museum to fifty chrome Brno chairs by the designer Ludwig Mies Van Der Roche for a London office.
We have a selection of fabrics which you can choose from or if you wish we are happy to use a fabric you have chosen or even an old remnant.
We can supply leather hides of various colours and quality.
Over the years we have covered internal doors in leather and made up cushions for window seats.
Pleated high back porters chairs and recovered large conference bench seating.
The re-lining of internal backs and shelves to display cabinets can be undertaken
Bruno chair by Ludwig Mies Van Der Roche.
Victorian walnut chaise lounge, before and after restoration and re-upholstering.
Victorian oak Elizabethan style dining chair, before and after restoration and recovered in leather.
Repair and re-upholstering of internal seating to auditorium.
Mahogany set of Regency dining chairs before and after restoration and re-upholstering.
An original Chippendale armchair. The leather to the seat had to be replaced with a matching leather of the same colour. This hide had to be hand dyed by a London company to exact requirements.
A pair of Edwardian fireside chairs before and after restoration and re-upholstering in customers material.
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