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FU on my broken dinning room table

Posted by ilene-84 (My Page) on
Thu, Apr 5, 12 at 21:31

I want to thank you for the help on who to call for my broken French Provintial table after my husband put 40sq ft of tiles on the leafs. I had someone who use to work for Guardsman come, a recommendation from a local antique store, he was able to tighten the legs, added wood filler to the areas that were cracked and painted areas that were split with a paint,,,he did match the color well. Unfortunately there was nothing he could do for the leaf that split in the middle, He did tell me my table was made by Wyman, which I didn't know. Unfortunately the table now needs to be refinished, but I also have the server and china cabient which will make it quite an expensive propostion. So for now I will have to deal with looking at my injured table, luckily the tapestry I keep over it covers up most of the imperfections.


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RE: FU on my broken dinning room table

Just out of curosity, how long has your husband had this propensity for breaking furniture?


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