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Projects for Restoration work:
Late XVIII C. mahogany Chippendale dining chair. One of the set of 8. The backsplat was totaly destroyed. This challenging restoration required disasembling the chair, fabricating new backsplat and finishing to match.
Important Chippendale dining chair
Old mahogany newspaper basket with the lifting top. All joints needed gluing, had one broken spindle and a broken leg.
A very damaged piece with many loose and missing pieces. This commode required repairs as well as refinishing. After stripping we finished the piece with traditional shellac and wax method.
Walnut two drawer William and Mary lowboy
As you can see this desk looks like somebody took life out of it. It lost the beauty, some brass inlay and the finish. AndrÃ©-Charles Boulle's name is synonymous with the practice of veneering furniture with marquetry of tortoiseshell, pewter, and brass. Although he did not invent the technique, Boulle was its greatest practitioner and lent his name to its common name: boulle work. This project reqired carefull restoration of bent brass inlay,swiss replica watches reconstruction of missing brass and tortoiseshell.
Boulle drop front desk
Brought to us for restoration. Needed replacement of delaminated gesso, clay and re-gilding in the damaged areas.
Pair of giltwood stands
This case came in in such a bad condition, that the owner did not believe we could bring it back to life.
Mahoagny tall case clock
Marble top French inlaid commode. Came in to us from one of the auction houses. Needed alot of veneer work. We had to inject the hide glue and glue the delaminated veneer. Missing pieces were cut and inserted.
Half round commode
Inlaid drop front desk
The armchair was badly broken in many places. It could not be used. The back was separated. Backsplat was in pieces. It had to be properly reconstructed so someone could use it again without any fear.
Irish walnut carved armchair
This one of a pair mirror frame fell and broke into pieces. We were able to bring it back to its pre-damage condition.