This vintage card table had a lot of rings. A fine finish can’t take that, but I can fix it. Like new again.
This black lacquer liquor cabinet was a wreck. The veneer was de-laminated, pieces were missing, the brass work was tarnished. This was a complete restoration.
This customer needed new cabinet doors to match the distressed cabinets they already had. They could no longer get the doors from the manufacturer, so I created them from new, raw maple doors. The distressing and chopping and dicing took place, then a careful selection of color. If all 12 steps are done in properKeep Reading
After many years of using this cigar box, pieces were missing and locks didn’t work. One decorative corner piece was missing, so I cast one in resin. The process was complex, but it looks as good as new. The decorative pieces were gilded and the box was french polished.
This bust of Napoleon in bronze had lost its formal base, so I created another one befitting the quality casting that it is. The base is of black granite: solid but plain. And the pyramid shape hearkens back to the conquest of Egypt. I made the column out of solid rosewood and a touch ofKeep Reading
These vintage 24 carat gold male and female bust bookends had chipped bases and worn busts. The bases were patched, painted, and sealed to match the original quality and style, and the worn gold on the busts was restored.