For as long as I can remember I have admired, and been fascinated by, the traditional skills and craftsmanship of antique furniture restoration. Having served my apprenticeship in furniture restoration and repair, I began my own business in 1986, sharing premises with a founding member of BAFRA.
When the business began to develop and diversify I moved to my own premises near Ely in 1990, before my last move into purpose built workshops near Peterborough in 2005.
As my business has grown over the years I am proud to say that I have retained a professional, yet personal relationship with the majority of my clients. As a result of this some 85% of my work is generated by repeat commission or by personal recommendation – a fact which gives me a great deal of professional pride and satisfaction.
My current team of restorers are trained on site, to my exacting standards, by me personally.