Victorian Dining Chairs
The chair frames were stripped and repolished, new webbing put
in, the original stuffing re-used and new linings laid in. The brocade
covers were nailed in place and trimmed to finish.
The chair was stripped, new springs installed where necessary
and the frame repaired. Original stuffing was re-used, a new lining
laid on and the cover put on.
This chair was stripped, new webbing put on and stuffed with new kapok.
A new lining, cover and braid were then fitted.
Early 18th Century Stools
The leather on the stools had torn and the stuffing was irregular.
The leather was stitched onto a backing and the cushions re-stuffed.
1920's Motor Bike Saddle
The original leather cover was torn and had pieces missing. New
felt was laid in and a new leather cover stitched and attached.
Art Deco Armchair
The back panel of the chair had been torn to shreds by the
attentions of an over enthusiastic labrador.
I located a hide that had been boarded ( embossed) in a similar fashion to the original, fitted
the new back panel and coloured it to match the original.
Stickley Dining Chair
A local craftsman reproduced a set of dining chairs to the
design of Leopold Stickley an American exponent of the Arts and
Crafts movement. We upholstered the chairs.