3 responses to Amish Furniture – Delaware
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    Walter E. Venator
    Comment on Repairing cane-back chair (October 1st, 2012 at 18:55)

    Repairing cane-back chair

    I reside in Manolia, DE.

    Our recent move was not too kind to one of our dining room chairs; Ethan Allan solid black birch with cane back. Apparently a leg of one chair penetrated the cane webbing of another and needs to be replaced. I am searching for a craftsman who cn replace the cane and stain it to match the existing color. I do not know what the stain color is, but it is close to Jacobean. The Ethan Allan set is about 40 years old, and in excellent condition. It is our prized piece of furniture and we would like to retain its integrity.

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    Peggy Lane
    Comment on chair seat restoration (November 20th, 2013 at 09:58)

    chair seat restoration

    Hello,

    I have a small wooden rocking chair which needs the woven seat replaced. I think it is an old splint seat, not caned. I’d like to know if you do this sort of work, and the approximate cost.

    Thank you,

    Peggy Lane

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    Lucy King
    Comment on Repair 1903 butter churn (May 9th, 2015 at 12:23)

    Repair 1903 butter churn

    I am looking for someone to repair a 1903 butter churn. During the years the wood/weather/age has caused all the pieces to come apart. I have numbered all the pieces that have come apart and others that are still attached. Could you please help me with this antique butter churn. I live in Utah and I’m willing to ship the item to your location. Thanks I will await a suggestion of reply.

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