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broken Antique Chairs

Posted by Jan Zander on January 3rd, 2003 02:07 PM
In reply to Architectural Salvage by Leslie Lucus on June 15th, 1999 08:36 PM [Go to top of thread]

I feel like Goldilocks - the legs of two of my antique french dining chairs that I'm restoring were broken in one night - after a heavy meal, I think - is there any way to fix them at all - the other two are still in one piece. It took 15 years to find chairs that I like and I've sunk some money into them. Is there any way to put in a reinforcing rod or brace - or some other idea?

You're my hero and have taught me a lot through the years.

We are planning a straw-bale house restoration on an old horse ranch in Wickenberg, Arizona soon we think the use of this material will be perfect for the area.

Any comments/experience you'd like to share?


Jan Zander and Martyn Cox

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