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    A few Tables refinished

    Few of my pieces, I do allot of french polishing and lacquer work. On my web site you can see a slide show of a antique mirror frame we restored also. Gilding is a passion of mine.
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    Great-looking work, Dave. It's nice to have another finishing expert on board here.
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    Ye can come by here anytime. We have these two wardrobes and a hall tree that could use yer magic touch.

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    The difference in the before and after pictures is amazing Dave. Very nice work! What is it that is being gilded in the one picture?

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    Alan it's a 48" Oriental sitting table. You can see the before damage and I just re-did the table with imitation gold or dutch medal and black lacquer and clear lacquer. I like the way it came out as did the customer.

    Before and afters are great, I am just getting use to doing that. My son harps on me all the time about getting pics.

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    Very impressive Dave.
    Aloha,

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