Refinishing of a Mid-century office chair. This 1940’s to 1950’s commercial office chair was purchased by our customer who wanted to use it in his home office. The chair was remarkably well made and did not need any regluing—all of the joints were solid. The wood was refinished using the same shade of stain as the original and a satin finish was used to blend in with the other pieces in the home offce. Our customer is now enjoying his like-new chair while running his home business.
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Do you have an historic piece of furniture or a cherished family heirloom you would like to preserve? We have extensive experience working with important pieces of furniture.
Our experienced craftsmen will work with you to restore your valuable antique without compromising its integrity. We use historically correct materials such as hide glues, shellac and varnish and our craftsmen are skilled in old world techniques and craftsmanship such as mortise and tenon construction and hand dovetailing.
- Re-glue loose joints.
- Repair and touch-up damaged areas.
- Preserve the finish.
- Replace cane and rushing