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Old 11-20-2021, 09:08 PM
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We just moved into our new house and the mover accidentally gouged the top of a small round antique table we own. Can anyone recommend someone who can repair the 1/2 inch damage so it's not noticeable?
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We just moved into our new house and the mover accidentally gouged the top of a small round antique table we own. Can anyone recommend someone who can repair the 1/2 inch damage so it's not noticeable?
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Old 11-21-2021, 06:36 AM
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We just moved into our new house and the mover accidentally gouged the top of a small round antique table we own. Can anyone recommend someone who can repair the 1/2 inch damage so it's not noticeable?
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We just moved into our new house and the mover accidentally gouged the top of a small round antique table we own. Can anyone recommend someone who can repair the 1/2 inch damage so it's not noticeable?
The Villages' woodworkers shop will take in some special projects for Villagers. If the table is a large one, go to the shop with a photo and ask the front desk to talk to someone to see if they could/would do the special projects repair. There are two shops in The Villages -- one at 704 Oak St. in Lady Lake, and one across from the Eisenhower Rec Center near Brownwood.
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