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Final Touch Antiques, Etc With over 30 years of experience collecting, restoring, and selling antiques, collectibles, vintage items, and other home furnishings, Final Touch Antiques Restoration has achieved an excellent reputation as a trustworthy restoration specialist. We operate a custom restoration shop for our customers. Whenever appropriate, we painstakingly restore many antique and vintage items to better than when new condition.

We also have an exceptional selection of restored antique clocks, musical instruments, and decorative home furnishing including vintage lighting in our gallery.
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read more › Pat and I have been collecting, restoring, and selling antique and vintage home furnishing for many years. Here are photos of several antique and vintage furniture items currently in our collection. Most everything has been carefully restored in our shop. Newer sofa with matching pillows providing rich hues and texture to our living room. This elegant sofa, features ornate wood carvings with floral upholstery and matching pillows. Recently restored oak antique roll top "D" style desk with vintage oak swivel office chair commonly used in law offices.

read more › Pat and I have been collecting, restoring, and selling antique and vintage home furnishing for many years. Here are photos of several antique and vintage clocks currently in our collection. Most everything has been carefully restored in our shop. SESSIONS FLAT TOP WOODEN MANTEL CLOCK IN GOOD WORKING CONDITION, STRIKES ON THE HALF AND ON THE HOUR, IT MEASURES 9 3/4" WIDE, 9 1/2" TALL AND 5 1/2" DEEP, THE CLOCK WAS ADJUSTED, cleaned and lubricated AND KEEPS GOOD TIME. Hour strike sounds similar to the strike of a typical grandfather's clock.

read more › Pat and I have been collecting, restoring, and selling antique and vintage home furnishing for many years. Here are photos of several antique and vintage lamps currently in our collection. Most everything has been carefully restored in our shop. Very unusual and eye-catching restored vintage wooden spindle floor lamp with cast iron base and shade consisting of repurposed green blown bubble glass globe flower design. Restored vintage wooden mahogany table lamp with original hardware including double bulb receptacles with colonial-style pull chains.

read more › Pat and I have been collecting, restoring, and selling antique and vintage home furnishing for many years. Here are photos of several miscellaneous pieces in our collection. A repurposed solid oak antique 1921 Singer sewing machine cabinet with restored Victor Victrola phonograph. Restored scarce ANTIQUE MONITOR OAK & METAL BARBER SHOP CASH REGISTER c.1900's vintage. Has a metal sign on front which says "AMOUNT OF SALE" with "MONITOR" name. The wooden wedge protruding from the top is used to open the drawer.

read more › A wide difference of opinion exists on the need for restoration. Some will dismiss the process as being too costly, time-consuming and unwarranted especially for items older than 100 years and valued for their historical significance. At Final Touch Antiques, etc. we typically purchase items that we consider appropriate for restoration in order to enhance their beauty, extend their useful life and, increase their value. As such, we typically give our "Final Touch" to our acquisitions. Sometimes it makes sense to restore pieces to their former beauty.

read more › Over time, antiques and collectibles typically become dull, chipped or damaged resulting in a loss of their aesthetic appearance, functionality, and value. Restoration can potentially reverse this phenomenon but requires great care and knowledge. Restoration is the process of returning items to their original functionality and improving their appearance. Conducting a restoration suitability analysis before purchase. Ideally, we prefer to procure items that are in a relatively poor condition with the potential for restoration to improve their appearance, functionality, and value.

read more › Our first attempt at reupholstering an antique rocking chair. Gone are the obsolete coil springs and stuffing. High-density foam works wonders! I tend to resist restoring a true antique. Sadly, the original seat had become so severely deteriorated that total restoration was waranted. High-density foam installed instead of reinstalling the original ineffective coil springs. Cotton batting in place followed by installation of the new upholstery fabric purchased locally.

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