Feb 102015
Antique restoration after impact damage


Do you need mirror repairs in Surrey – is your mirror frame suffering from age, damp, fire or impact damage or just looking worn and tired?  If it is, then contact me at Snelling Associates because we are experts in picture frame and mirror frame restoration.  We can reform moldings and filigree, remake finials and defective frames, re-veneer, colour and French polish to ensure that your mirror or picture frame is returned to its past glory – all with a patina authentic to its age.

Certainly, the restoration of mirror frames and picture frames requires very particular work, not least because the frame to a mirror or picture can be as important (and sometimes more valuable) than the picture or mirror itself.  So, sympathetic and knowledgeable restoration is essential and, for that, years of restoration experience is necessary.

For specialist mirror repairs in Surrey contact us now!

At Snelling Associates we have a superb team of talented restorers who are experts at restoring antiques and objets d’art.  We have been at our fully equipped workshops in Shere (near Dorking) for a long time now and we have developed a reputation for undertaking work to a very high standard – with a number of well-known celebrities and antique dealers using our services.

So, for excellent mirror repairs in Surrey contact us now or bring your mirror or picture frame in to us.  We can then provide you with an assessment of what we feel needs undertaking together with a cost for the work and a time for the completion of the work.

I think you will be delighted by the personal service that we provide, by the expertise that you will see and by the results of our work.

Meanwhile, of course, we also undertake restoration work on a wide range of other antiques, as you can see from our web site, including insurance related claims.  So, if you have chairs that need repairing or tables that need re-veneering or cabinets that have become damaged or defective then bring them in to us.  We have the skill and materials to make ‘invisible’ repairs, whilst retaining (and often enhancing) the usability and value of your antiques.

Peter Snelling

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