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9A4 Restormel Industrial Estate Lostwithiel Cornwall PL22 0HG
This good quality antique burr walnut davenport was in a somewhat pour state,
missing its feet and in need of a new leather. The serpentine front and the well fitted stationary compartment are desirable features.
This set of four antique tables had received flood damage and had to be stripped and french polished after repairs had been carried out
This mid eighteenth century mahogany tea caddy was basically all there but just needed some general restoration. Caddies like this are becoming increasingly hard to find
A good quality mahogany chest of drawers that had water damage to the top, sides and feet .Probably made about 50 years ago
Edwardian Coal Perdonium
As you can see, this was in a sorry state and had to be fully stripped and then french polishing was carried out. The walnut underneath was of a particularly good colour.A good challenge
Desk. This desk had severe damage to the tambour and also had to be stripped and then french polished
This late nineteenth century oak sideboard needed much restoration and polishing
Victorian Walnut Worktable. A lot of loose joints had to be fixed
This 1950s oak desk is an example of how an unassuming piece of furniture can be transformed by simple cleaning and polishing. The interior was also releathered and the brass hinges replaced.
This unrestored Victorian mahogany desk was in a sorry state. The crossbanding along the right side was missing as was some molding on a drawer and some veneer on the carcass, The whole desk then had to be stripped and repolished
This beautiful art deco walnut veneered table measures 10 feet x 3 ft 6 inches. It had suffered water damage to the top and had to be stripped, repaired and polished.