Gallery: Here is a sample of our work.

 

These Windsor Chairs ​came in as a set of six. All were in much the same condition and in need of a range of restoration techniques. This included re gluing, making missing parts and rebuilding of the original finish. Before is on the left and after on the right.

 This Edwardian Work-box was showing the signs of being much loved and used. The finish was fully restored as was the material.Before is on the left and after on the right.

This Victorian armchair required complete restoration. Here the half missing flower is being repaired and re-carved. The chair's finish was then restored to its original condition and it was re-upholstered. The half finished flower is on the left and the finished one on the right.

This chaise came in in need of complete restoration including the making of a leg to replace a severely damaged one.

Before is on the left and after on the right.

This lovely coffer needed repairs to its structure and to the decorative inlay the drawers were also eased and the original finish restored. During is on the left and after on the right.

These three photos show the original condition of this chair, the work on repairing the back and the chair with the repairs complete, its finish restored ,before being upholstered.

This cylindrical cupboard needed structural repairs, veneer repairs and had to be re- finished due to flood damage. The marble top required cleaning and re-polishing.

Before is on the left and after on the right.

This lovely oak chair needed complete re-gluing and the back splat was also split. The original finish was then restored to a its proper patina.During is on the left and after on the right.

 

These two photos show the detail on one of a set of Hepplewhite chairs they had been flood damaged and the  motifs on all needed repair. Before is on the left and after on the right. The rest of the original finish of the chairs was then restored to match the central motif.

This mirror required considerable reassembly and the manufacture of some missing parts.The gilt was then refurbished in parts and the whole thing cleaned. The final result can be seen to the right.

The condition that this chair was in can be seen on the left . Considerable repair was needed to its structure after which the original finish was restored and it was re-upholstered. The final result can be seen on the right.

This beautiful desk needed repairs to the walnut veneer on top and the desk leather replaced. The UV and water damage to the desk was then addressed and the whole desk cleaned and waxed. The result can be seen on the right.

The condition this clock was in is obvious in the left hand photo, the clock had been involved in a flood. The finish required restoration and the mechanism was also attended to. The result can be seen on the right.

This chair needed partial re-gluing and re-polishing. The cane was then renewed and the seat and back re-upholstered. The end result can be seen on the right.

This condition of this sofa is fairy obvious on the left . It required re-gluing and the repair of a badly damaged leg. It also needed a central strut for the seat to be replaced. The picture on the right is after the repairs but before the repairs had been polished in and the piece cleaned and waxed.​

This Chinese Screen needed considerable restoration. large portions of the pattern had become detached and some were missing. The pieces were carefully reattached and new ones made for the missing pieces. Then the whole piece was then cleaned and waxed. The two photos above show the same section, before and after. The replacement parts are marked on the right photo with red dots. The darker pieces are previous repairs to the piece. Beneath is a photo of the screen when finished.

These two photos show the before and after on the extensive veneer repairs to the base of a long-case clock.

These are both after shots of two writing boxes. The one on the left required repairs to the decorative band and re-polishing and the one on the right had its writing leather replaced, some veneer repairs done and then it was re-polished

This credenza needed extensive repairs to the brass inlay and its finish had to be restored so the original patina showed. These are both after photos the one on the right show detail of one of the brass inlay replacement repairs it is marked by a white dot. 

This Makintosh chair required the restoration of its finish, cleaning and waxing , the seat was then re-upholstered.