Monthly Archives: March 2013

The swan table

I was repairing some furniture for a customer and the lady handed me a bags of wooden parts and asked if I can assemble and refinish it.   As it turns out, the table had been in her family for generations and had been broken at some point.  There were several places that were broken.  […]

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Antique Trunk restoration

We were asked to perform a partial(low budget) restoration of an antique trunk.  I conducted some basic research and determined that the trunk is known as a ‘flat top’ style and probably built in the late 1800’s or early 1900’s.  This style is desirable because it can be converted to a coffee table.  The owner expressed some interest […]

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