Burn Damaged Oak Table

Our Previous Restoration Projects

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painted replicas of demi lune table
we were asked by a prestigious London client to replicate a family hair loom, we made a pair of these demi lune hall tables, and had them painted the same as the origionals, they were to sit as a pair in the clients own home.
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Oak Table 2
This is another oak table, again made from reclaimed oak floor boards and bordered with new 2" thick oak planks, this one is sat over a 4 legged refectory base.
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Manufactured oak table
We are often asked to manufacture furniture for clients, to meet their specific requirements. This is an oak dining table that we made for a customer from reclaimed oak floor boards which we bordered with new oak and sat over a new oak 2 pedestal carved base.
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Burn damaged oak desk
This had been a workshop desk in a foundry, there were several deep burn marks across one end of the top where a very hot metal impliment had been rested over and over again, we were required to remove as much of the evidence of this dammage as possible, as the burns were upto 6mm deep we couldnt remove them completely without making the top considerably thinner, so we sanded localy to the dammaged area and bleached the burns out to disguise them, then restaining and repolishing the whole desk.
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Water damaged Mousy Thompson table
This water dammaged Mousy Thompson coffee table was brought to us having suffered the consequences of over enthusiastic plant watering
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Rosewood knee hole desk
This desk had suffered a lot of damage over the years, some of the veneer was missing, some mouldings, plinths, knobs were missing, the skivers were ruined, and the polish that was still remaining was too far gone to be redeemable.
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