These nice Baker end tables were scratched and dented with a worn out finish, my job was to strip and refinish them. The client wrote me this letter of appreciation after taking delivery of the refinished tables: read more
This drop-front secretary desk was very faded, scratched and watermarked. It needed refinishing and the drawers were loose and required gluing (the drawer sides were coming apart). The client wrote me this review about all the furniture I restored for her: read more
This cherry wood writing desk was scratched, stained from spills and worn, the client asked me to refinish the top. Afterwards she wrote me this review about all the furniture I restored for her.
“Recently, I had the good fortune to find Mark Fry from Museum Quality Restoration Services. He has put his talent to work on some of my family heirlooms and recovered their beauty. My grandmother’s small desk was reborn and it was amazing to see a familiar piece come alive. Mark also worked on my desk and restored the writing surface, it is now a pleasure to work there. read more
This project was completed June 15, 2015, the top of table was scratched and banged up, with parts of the veneer missing. The table had to be stripped back to bare wood, the missing veneer areas needed to be filled and touched up, then the wood was restored to the original high polish lacquer finish. read more
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
Eight years after my original work at Margo Baxley’s home some of the woodwork had become water damaged in one of the bathrooms, and the rest of the finishes also needed a refresh. I was commissioned to restore the woodwork.
“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
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
This vintage Dunbar table had to have the top restored, click on the gallery images to expand and scroll through using the side arrows. To learn more about Dunbar vintage furniture click here – www.collectdunbar.com read more