The cabinet presented here was made of solid oak in the Wilhelminian period around 1890.
The old glaze became brittle, cracked and unattractive over the years due to sunlight and environmental influences.
We achieved the beautiful warm colour by priming with shellac and then applying a wax sealant.
Of course, not only the surface was treated in the course of the restoration, but the piece of furniture was generally brought into a technically flawless condition suitable for everyday use.
We are also happy to restore your antique pieces of furniture. Whether oil, wax or shellac - we will find the best solution for your piece of furniture!
Just give us a call or send us an email or WhatsApp!
If you send us some photos of the object to be restored, we can usually already give you the approximate restoration costs based on the pictures. The cost estimate is of course free of charge for you and does not involve any obligations.