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J.D Worrall (Conservation)

J.D Worrall (Conservation)

Categories: Antique Restoration, Furniture Restoration

Address: Unit 1A The Old Brickworks, Bakestonedale Rd, Pott Shrigley, Macclesfield, Cheshire, SK10 5RX

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About Us Specialist in all aspects of the restoration and conservation of fine furniture, french polishing, cabinet making & hand-stripping. I provide a free verbal damage assessment and restoration/conservation estimate within my area and am happy to receive clients at my workshop by appointment to discuss aspects of furniture and its conservation/restoration. We trade on Saturday and Sunday, by appointment only .

Specialist services * All Cabinet Work and Repairs * French Polishing * Traditional Finishes * Modern Finishes * Carving * Veneering * Inlay * Marquetry * Boulle Work * Clock Cases and Movements * Gilding * Ebonising * Lock Repairs and Keys Cut * Traditional and Modern Upholstery * Caning and Rushing

When you entrust a piece of furniture to a conservator/restorer, whether it is 300 or 30 years old, you need to know it will be treated sympathetically, competently and carefully. Unless you have a personal recommendation it is difficult to be sure whether you are handing it over to a skilled craftsman or to an untrained 'bodger'.

Whilst I cannot comment on the majority of the people who call themselves restorers - or even conservators - I can present my own credentials.

I have been practicing furniture restoration since 1991. I studied for and gained a Diploma of Higher Education in Furniture Restoration (Distinction) then a B.A. Honours Degree in Furniture Conservation (1st class), both awarded by Manchester University. I then worked at a prominent Antique Furniture Restoration company in the centre of Derby for a year before setting up my own Conservation/Restoration business in 1996.

Furniture restoration, French Polishing, Paint and varnish stripping

Specialists in Furniture Repairs, Restoration, Antique Furniture Restoration, Guilding and French Polishing. I enjoy furniture enormously. This passion has led me to study for, and acquire, first a Diploma of Higher Education in Furniture Restoration (gained with Distinction) and then a first class Bachelor of Arts Degree in Furniture Conservation and Restoration with Honours, both awarded by Manchester University.

When you entrust a piece of furniture to a conservator/restorer, whether it is 300 or 30 years old, you need to know it will be treated sympathetically, competently and carefully. Unless you have a personal recommendation it is difficult to be sure whether you are handing it over to a skilled craftsman or to an untrained 'bodger'.

Whilst I cannot comment on the majority of the people who call themselves restorers - or even conservators - I can present my own credentials.

I have been practicing furniture restoration since 1991. I studied for and gained a Diploma of Higher Education in Furniture Restoration (Distinction) then a B.A. Honours Degree in Furniture Conservation (1st class), both awarded by Manchester University. I then worked at a prominent Antique Furniture Restoration company in the centre of Derby for a year before setting up my own Conservation/Restoration business in 1996.

Furniture restoration, French Polishing, Paint and varnish stripping

Specialists in Furniture Repairs, Restoration, Antique Furniture Restoration, Guilding and French Polishing. I enjoy furniture enormously. This passion has led me to study for, and acquire, first a Diploma of Higher Education in Furniture Restoration (gained with Distinction) and then a first class Bachelor of Arts Degree in Furniture Conservation and Restoration with Honours, both awarded by Manchester University.

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Monday to Sunday
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