Geoff Hancock

Furniture Maker & Antique Furniture Restorer

Chisel B-ground garden table, oak dining room table unrestored oak dining room table elm dresser regencymahogany card table. Cross banding veneer

An oak Victorian octagonal center table, which had spent over 20 years as a garden table, restored for use as a dining table.

Here are samples of previous commissions of Antique Furniture Restoration.


Please feel free to contact me by phone or email to discuss your requirements or to arrange an informal no obligation home visit.

A late 18th C elm dresser-base, requiring a replacement rear right leg

A Regency mahogany card-table which required repairs to the edge cross-banding, replacement baize, and the top re- French polishing,

french polished . Laquered furniture refurbished writing desk front

19thC  ebonised Bonhuere du Jour (French ladies writing desk), missing several pieces of Boulle work, which were replaced.

Furniture Restoration

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open damage exterior completed veneer repair

A carved Victorian Nursing Chair the broken back which required restoration was finished to match that of the existing polished lustre.

nursing-chair--broken-back Victorian-Nursing-chair nursing-chair-restored Damage-on-Mule-Chest Unrestored-Mule-Chest Restored-Mule-Chest Broken-furniture-leg Damaged-Bureau damaged-wood-veneer Missing-wood-veneer restored-bureau unrestored-furniture

Late Victorian burr walnut card table.

Restoration work included removal and replacement of baize, removal and repair of subframe and repair of veneer.

Early 18thC Walnut Fall-Fronted bureau, requiring extensive repairs to the veneers and mouldings.

The top was suffering from blistered veneers and other water related water damage.

Mid 18thC oak Mule Chest, requiring extensive restoration after being abandoned for over 50 years in a barn. Mule Chests are so-called because they always have one or two drawers in the base, and so are a cross between a chest and a chest-of-drawers.