Rancho Mirage Furniture Repair

Dining Chairs Rancho Mirage Furniture Repair

by Mark Fry |March 8, 2016 |0 Comments | Restoration | , ,

Rancho Mirage Furniture Repair by Museum Quality Restoration Services

Rancho Mirage furniture repair of dining chairs, with custom water-spotted lacquer finish. Chair frames were cracked at the rear joints, and some at front leg joints.  Dings, splits and dents had to be repaired, filled, smoothed and touched up. Here is the transcript of the review of Museum Quality Restoration Services written by this satisfied client:

“Mark, thank you for the professional touch up on the finishes of my six dining rm chairs. Each chair had a variety of scrapes/nicks on the legs/backs. I realize such a multi step lacquer finish is most difficult to restore. You did a great job.  They look brand new.  I know it took days as each layer needs to dry before the next can be applied. Plus the damage was random, different on each chair. Appreciate your patience. You have an unique skill.  Feel free to use me as a reference”  –  Best regards, Roy Jenks, Rancho Mirage, CA.

Check out the project gallery to see the results.  MQRS documents all work with photos, showing the process from start to finish.  This keeps customers better informed of the progress of their orders.  Feel free to browse the project blog: Restoration | Refinishing | Sculpture | Custom-Made  Or view slideshows of restoration work on our YouTube Page.

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Furniture Restoration Rancho Mirage

Furniture Restoration Rancho Mirage, Antique Cane Chairs

by Mark Fry |January 20, 2016 |0 Comments | Restoration | , ,

Furniture Restoration Rancho Mirage, Antique Cane Chairs

This Rancho Mirage furniture restoration project was to restore a set of six antique cane seat chairs. The chairs are by famous 19th-century furniture designer and innovator Michael Thonet. They were in need of serious attention to restore them to their former beauty. To read about Michael Thonet on Wikipedia,  click here

The client’s comment after taking delivery was, “Magnificently restored!  Most superior workmanship.”   read more

Refinished 19th Century Cabinet

19th Century Cabinet

by Mark Fry |December 6, 2015 |0 Comments | Restoration | , , , ,

Refinished 19th Century Cabinet

Refinished 19th Century Cabinet with custom built interior for entertainment center. read more

Carved Mirror Frame Restoration

Carved Mirror Frame Restoration

by Mark Fry |November 16, 2015 |0 Comments | Restoration | , , , ,

Carved Antique Mirror Frame Restoration

Completely restored carving and finish on this antique mirror frame, by Mark Fry of Museum Quality Restoration Services read more

Wooden Trolly Car Restoration

Wooden Trolly Car Restoration

by Mark Fry |November 14, 2015 |0 Comments | Restoration, Sculpture | , , ,

Wooden Trolly Car Restoration

Wooden Trolly Car Restoration by Mark Fry of Museum Quality Restoration Services read more

La Quinta furniture refinishing

Mahogany Table Desk Refinish

by Mark Fry |November 13, 2015 |0 Comments | Refinishing, Restoration | , , , , ,

La Quinta furniture refinishing by Museum Quality Restoration Services

This mahogany table-desk was a La Quinta furniture refinishing project.  The desk was smoke and water damaged, it had to be stripped to the bare wood and completely refinished.  The client wrote me this glowing testimonial (the original, scanned letter is in the photo gallery below):
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Indian Wells antique restoration

Vintage 1950’s Neon Clock Restoration

by Mark Fry |November 10, 2015 |0 Comments | Restoration | , , , ,

Indian Wells antique restoration by Museum Quality Restoration Services

This Indian Wells antique restoration was a comprehensive restoration and repair project.  A vintage neon wall-clock from the mid-century modern era, this clock had tremendous sentimental value to the client.  My client wrote me this review as a letter of appreciation for the finished work:

I had an old wall clock, 65-years old.  It belonged to my father and hung on the wall of his shoe store for 35 years.  It had great sentimental value to me.  Unfortunately, it had moved several times and been in storage.  It was badly beaten up.  The glass was broken, hands bent, parchment type of lettering torn.  The only thing that worked was a neon bulb.  Mark Fry of Museum Quality Restoration was able to take the clock apart and restore the clock without touching the neon.  The glass was replaced, hands were replaced, but the most difficult was the translucent lettering from the 1950’s.   Mark detailed out several templates until he was able to reproduce an exact replica of “translucent” lettering.  He allowed the neon to shine through beautifully.  Now the clock hangs in my office and I look at the same time my father looked at 65 years ago.  Thank you Mark Fry.
Larry Brooks

Feel free to browse the project blog: Restoration | Refinishing | Sculpture | Custom-Made  Or view slideshows of restoration work on our YouTube Page.
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Indian Wells furniture restoration

French Marble Top End Table

by Mark Fry |November 3, 2015 |0 Comments | Refinishing, Restoration | , , , ,

Indian Wells furniture restoration by Museum Quality Restoration Services

This Indian Wells furniture restoration project, was to completely restore the original finish on a French marble-top end table.  The work was done by antique restoration expert Mark Fry of Museum Quality Restoration Services. read more

Oak Wood Bucket Repair.

Oak Wood Bucket Repair

by Mark Fry |November 3, 2015 |0 Comments | Restoration | , , ,

Oak Wood Bucket Repair

This antique oak bucket was all in pieces and had to be reassembled and reglued. read more

Civil War Chest Restoration

Civil War Chest on Chest Restoration

by Mark Fry |November 3, 2015 |0 Comments | Restoration | , , ,

Custom 1800’s Civil War Chest on Chest Design.

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