Daniel chapman has been restoring antique furniture and conservation of antique furniture for 20 years. Working for trade and private customers . Based in the area of Bedfordshire, but working for many customers in Aylesbury, buckinghamshire, Northamptonshire, Oxfordshire .
All work is done in the workshop with free quotation and delivery upon completion by my self . Please feel free to visit my website for further information and contact details Website chapman restoration . Often I will post information on my Facebook page of furniture restoration with more detail of what goes into furniture restoration
Daniel chapman offers a reliable and professional service including
- Cabinet making
- French polishing
- Furniture polishing
- Removing marks ( water,ink and scratches etc)
- Wood turning
- Loose and broken joints
- Keys cuts to old locks
- Handmade copies of English furniture
- collection and delivery service
- Repairing damage to veneers
You can contact me on
- Workshop telephone on 07814520970
- Home and evening on 01908 641394
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Facebook antique furniture restoration
- Nice quality mahogany 8 day longcase clock pictured before and after restoration .
Longcase case clock ,needed attention to case with loose and blistered veneers, woodworm damage to back ,the case was gentley cleaned back to remove old dirt and polish. The case was repolished and waxed afterwards. The movement went of to be repaired and cleaned and returned back to the client
Common occurrence with walnut veneer and burr veneers is lifting and blisters in veneers. Over time this can lead to chips and damage to veneers
The table top polish suffering from years of sunlight and general wear and tear
After restoration .
The tables been repaired and repolished. Loose and missing veneers repair and ironed down veneers. The table was cleaned and repolished then waxed afterwards. Ready to show the lovely walnut grain again.
Georgian mahogany chest of draws
the chest of draws was damaged from house flood and suffered with water running down the draw fronts and sides, this caused veneers to become loose, boxwood line to full of. The chest was repaired and French polished afterwards, the chest was also repaired from old damage and correcting worn out draw runners .
19th century rosewood marquertry bureau
restored and repaired damage to veneers from water and sunlight causing veneers to blister , marquertry panels become loose and blistered , all repairs wee carried out before being French polished
Any question or inquiry’s you might have regarding your antique furniture. From your new purchase from auction or family peace with sentamentle value to you. Iam happy to answer any questions you might have