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Steve Walsh
INTRODUCTION


Welcome.  My name is Steve Walsh and I work in a workshop in Hartland near Bideford in North Devon. From there I offer a complete antique furniture restoration service aimed at sympathetically returning damaged items to their full potential without interfering with the patination and depth of finish which have developed over the years.


From veneer repairs, invisible patches and finish reviving to the remaking of missing components and if required complete french polishing, all aspects of the restoration process are catered for.

French polishing


Metalwork such as lock repair, key making, silver-soldering and the copying or repair of brass components is undertaken.


Any style of turning can be reproduced, from small finials and knobs to large structural turnings such as table legs.


Desk leathers can be restored or replaced and tooled to customers' requirements.


I also restore torn or perished surfaces on leather furniture.


Traditional upholstery work is carried out in conjunction with a trusted local craftsman.
 
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If you would like me to assess a piece of furniture and provide an estimate for the work, please contact me to arrange a suitable time for me to visit.  Alternatively, just bring the piece into the workshop.

Much of my work is carried out for antique dealers and I welcome enquiries from both trade and private customers.

Insurance quotations can be provided on request and any work carried out on site or in the workshop.

Collections and deliveries are costed according to distance and the carriage of large items is organised through trusted couriers specialising in antiques.

Contact details:

Steve Walsh
Walsh Restoration
The Old Forge, 12 Fore St
Hartland
Bideford
Devon
EX39 6BD


Telephone: 07876 298 408
Email:steve@walshrestoration.co.uk    

Open: Weekdays 9am to 5pm.

MY BLOG:www.stevejwalsh.blogspot.co.uk