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The” gone with the wind oil lamp” has been in the family for many years . Some one broke it and lost some of the pieces. This make the restoration of the glass globe very difficult. First we reassembled the the pieces we had leaving a large hole that needed to be filled. Casting a mold off of the antique globe we were able to make a new curved white opal glass to fill the hole.
Tags: antique glass lamp repair, antique glass light repair, antique glass light restoration, Antique Glass Repair, Broken Glass Glued, Crystal Repair, Crystal Restoration, Glass Repair, Glueing Glass, painted glass lamp repair
This lead glass lamp sat on the night stand for decades before it was accidentally broken into pieces. The cut glass pattern on this crystal lamp help hide the glass restoration. There were some minor pieces missing, but we were able to discretely fill those areas. Crystal repair has greatly improved with the new generation of ultra violet cured adhesives that don’t yellow, and are to provide a permanent fix.
Tags: Antique Crystal repair, antique cut glass repair, antique glass lamp repair, Antique Glass Repair, Antique lamp repair, broken crystal lamp, Broken Glass Glued, Chipped Crystal Repair, crystal lamp repair, Crystal Restoration, cut glass repair, Glueing Glass
We repaired a broken Pairpoint puffy
Tags: Antique Crystal repair, antique glass lamp repair, Antique Glass Repair, Antique lamp repair, antique light repair, Broken Glass Glued, Chipped Crystal Repair, Crystal Restoration, glass shade repaired, glassware repair, Glueing Glass