Unit 2, The Carriage house

Old Horsham Road

Beare Green

RH5 4QU, UNITED KINGDOM

Why use Schryver to restore and repair my furniture?

Our workshop has the latest machinery and hand tools, coupled with our talented craftsmen who use traditional and time old techniques to restore and repair your antique furniture. We can match the colour of the wood, replace scarred veneers and invisibly repair the most intricate of inlays and marquetry.

What materials do we use to repair and restore your antique furniture?

We have a store of rare imported and home-grown seasoned woods as well as a bank of salvaged antique furniture used to restore valuable period pieces. We also have a large collection of brass and other base metals along with a vast assortment of glass that enables us to repair your furniture. We work with ebony, rosewood, satinwood, mahogany, elm and burr walnut among others.

 

Who do Schryver offer their services too?

From high end shops in the West End of London, world renowned auction houses and interior designers to insurance work, corporate organisations, and individual, private customers, Schryver has the experience of dealing with all manner of works required.

 

01306 713074

Have you got a chair that needs restoring, a table that needs repairing or a bespoke piece of furniture your would like commissioned? If so, contact Schryver 

WHAT RESTORATION AND REPAIR SERVICES DO SCHRYVER OFFER?

  • Securing loose joints 

  • Replacing broken joints

  • Securing loose veneer 

  • Replacing any missing veneer

  • Making new drawer runners

  • Making new missing components

  • Leather repair and colouring

  • Wood turning and carving

  • Colouring scratches

  • Guilding repairs

  • Replacing broken/missing glass

  • Inlay and marquetry

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CAN SCHRYVER COLLECT AND DELIVER MY FURNITURE?

We offer a weekly run to London, safely and with the utmost care, collecting; transporting and delivering your furniture along with ad-hoc journeys as required to all other areas.