Quaboag Valley Antiques offers restoration services on your antiques:


Stripping and refinishing of old furniture finishes, proper cleaning/restoration of antique finishes, french polishing, danish oil and lacquer finishing. We do regluing, veneering and woodworking of pieces from 1700-1950.
Thomas Seymour cylinder desk, fully restored.
Pilgrim century blanket box
before and prior to coloring wood working finished .
State of Maine paint decorated washstand, dark overcoating taken off to reveal original color.
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Different antique chests restored both structurally & finish.
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In 2010 we are now offering custom resizing to antique beds. Need your c1810 tall post bed "modernized" into queen or king size bed? These photos are of c1900 oak bed made into queen size.
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Mid Century restoration:
Refinishing Heywood Wakefield mid-century furniture in the wheat, champagne and natural finishes in what we feel is a very close if not exact color match to the originals. Other dealers have seen our refinished pieces and thought the finish to be original! If we are matching to existing furniture you have this does take more time but we can get as close to the shade as possible.


Top of this HW chest is refinished to match rest of piece. Some other images of mid century restoration work 1 2 3 A set of danish walnut chairs, great form but tough when damaged!

Dave Braskie has over 20 years experience in the woodworking field. Anyone interested in these services should see the work in person and ask any questions needed. Dealer references available. With services there is a waiting list, approx 4-5 weeks on furniture. We can put you in contact with artisans and repair people in glass, pottery, seat weaving and paint decorating.

We do offer reproduction cast aluminum hall tree drip pans. Great for restoring your antique hall tree we found over the years that there was always one missing! Recast in more affordable aluminum we have three shapes being the most standard found, round, rectangular and shell.


Hall tree drip pan or umbrella pan. This is cast aluminum and modeled after a period victorian pan (c1860-80). Very fine casting details, done in flat black paint unless otherwise noted. Many available, also making square and shell pans. Tapered back, 8" topside with lip, goes into approx 7" hole for fitting into deck of hall tree.
$18 each


Shell form, smaller size for hall tree that would take 2 pans. Raised decorations, approx size 6 1/4 x 8 1/4“. We have sold many of these for decorative uses other than hall tree drip pans.
$18 each


Rectangular pan usually found on the eastlake walnut hall trees.Square pan fits 6 1/4 x 5 3/4" opening.
$18 each