Before & After Examples
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Typical repair of missing leg parts on
Mahogany DR chair
The lower third of the front left serpentine leg on this
vintage Dining Room chair was snapped off and lost
during the chair owner’s move. A new leg part was carved
from Mahogany and grafted to the stump of the original
leg. The new leg part was then stained, finished and
distressed to match the rest of the chair.
On-site repair of broken footboard post cap
The end cap on this footboard of a king bed was snapped
off. A new part was created, grafted, and finished to
match the rest of the bed.
Rebuilt Upright Piano
This ”Hazelton” Upright Spinet piano, manufactured by
Kohler & Campbell in 1972, suffered extensive damage
and was picked up as a pile of parts from the shipper's
garage. The legs were broken off of the piano case, there
were numerous dents, gouges, and scrapes in the finish
and broken casework.
Piano as picked-up from
After being rebuilt in the shop
just prior to being prepped for
This vintage enameled porcelain lamp had a broken neck
and a large chip of porcelain missing from the neck. The
lamp was repaired with a catalyzed epoxy and
re-enameled and then re-lacquered.
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