A massive gouge on the side of the desk to be repaired. I filled it with epoxy putty, leveled and smoothed, and grain cut the area. The desk was then touched up to blend in the repaired area. read more
“I bought a modern table at a consignment store in Palm Springs and noticed that the sides were warping, and called Mark at Museum Quality to see if it could be fixed. He met me at the consignment store and told me he could fix it. read more
This antique Chinese statue of a horse was badly damaged in shipping – the back legs and the rider broke off. I glued and repaired the broken legs and body, then filled, smoothed, and touched up the repairs. read more
This antique clock was badly broken and needed to be re-assembled from many intricate carved pieces, then touched up afterwards to blend in the repairs. The clock now hangs in the Camelot Theater of Palm Springs. read more
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A full restoration: repaired from worm and beetle damage, and restored finish. Here is an extract from the Angie’s List Review left by the client (See screenshot of the full review at bottom of page):
“he completely restored a Chinese antique chest (more than 300 years old) that had termite damage, structural weakness and severe damage to metal scrolling plus other issues… The Chinese cabinet work was truly “museum quality”. read more
The top of this table was loose and the finish was damaged. The table had to be taken completely apart, joints cleaned and re-glued, reassembled, and then the original finish restored. read more
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Trunk Restored and Lined with Cedar By Museum Quality
Restoration of an antique trunk (chest). This trunk was stripped of old paint and the wooden finish was restored. A new cedar lining was also fitted – cedar wood is repellant to moths and the new lining would make the trunk a perfect storage chest for heirloom textile items such as linens and woolens. Please click through the gallery below, larger images will appear when thumbnails are clicked.