|Rating(1-10)||Knowledgeability = 10||Clarity of Response = 10||Politeness = 10|
|Comment||Thank you very much for your reformative and rapid response. I submitted my question on Sunday and had tour response Monday. You suggested that there may be a loose or missing screw holding the bracket that joins the back with the seat. Ar first I could not find anything like that. But then realized that the back part of the bracket was held on with four screws going into t-nuts. Two of these screws should have been removed before the back was slid into the seat. Then those screws could be reinserted going through both the back and the seat part of the bracket and making a firm join.|
Furniture care, preservation, conservation, repair, restoration, refinishing, gluing, gold leaf, upholstery, fire-water-smoke damage restoration, transit damage, antique restoration, brass polishing, piano refinishing, veneering, replacement parts, color matching, custom finishes, kitchen refinishing, furniture stripping, seat weaving (hand caning, rush, reed, danish cord), marble repair, antique trunk restoration, wicker restoration, upholstery and frame repairs, fine art restoration and more.
Over 45 years of professional furniture restoration services.
Owner/proprietor of The Master's Touch Furniture Service in Fredericksburg, VA
Web site: http://FurnitureRepair.net
Founder and Director of the Professional Restorers International
Web site: http://ProRestorers.org
Founder and director of Professional Restorers International, Member Professional Refinishers Guild
http://prorestorers.org/notes/finishes.htm, http://prorestorers.org/notes/WaxPolishOil.htm, http://prorestorers.org/notes/Replacement-Reupholstery.htm
Furniture restoration has been my life's work.
My local clients include several historical sites like, Kenmore, Mary Ball Washington's House, Rising Sun Tavern, Gary Melcher's Belmont and many private collectors of early American furniture.