Monthly Archives: September 2013

Analysis of restoration needed

The structure of the top of this table is made up of a one large rectangular section and two half moon leaves which fold up and rest on a fold out gate leg to form an oval. Each table section … Continue reading

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A decorative Pembroke table from the 1790’s

A decorative Pembroke table from the 1790’s in need of extensive restoration work.Beautifully proportioned with two small leaves that fold up turning the table from rectangular form into an oval table.The surface is veneered in a flame Mohogany veneer ( … Continue reading

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Repairing a pedestal base

This is one of two pedestal bases that support a dining table.The curved Sabre leg is housed in a dovetail joint in the main column.These joints will often fail over time due to the constant pressure upon them from the … Continue reading

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