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A sweet mid-nineteenth century faux bamboo Windsor sported touches of gold paint in the crevices of the “bamboo”. We do not know if it was original or added later. The chair had no breaks, and he joints were quite stable. … Continue reading
Posted in antiques, chair, conservation techniques, preservation, restoration techniques, textiles, upholstery, waxes, wooden objects Tagged #cleaningtextiles, #needlepointrepair, #portlandoregon, #textileconservation, #traditionalupholstery, #upholsteryconservation, #upholsterypacificnorthwest, #UpholsteryPortlandOregon, #upholsteryrestoration, #windsorrocker, Cleaning textiles, needlepoint, traditional upholstery, upholstery conservation, windsor Leave a comment
Community Warehouse: Two Coordinated Folk Art Chairs, Mission and Windsor
©MPF Conservation. May be printed for your own use. May be reposted if our url+copyright is used as reference. Having time for the chairs for the Community Warehouse Auction “the Chair Affair” was a challenge with work and family. I … Continue reading
Posted in painted furniture, restoration techniques Tagged arts and craft, charity, dogwood, Gamblin Oil Paint, Mission style, windsor Leave a comment