Restoration of Piano leg
The piano was brought over to England, from America over 35 years ago. It dates from the 1860's and is made from Brazilian Rosewood. The legs are made from solid Brazilian Rosewood, just over 150mm in diameter. They are bored from both ends, and have large beech dowel's glued through the centre. The dowel at the top of the leg is threaded, this is used to secure it to the piano. The bottom of the beech dowel is turned to match the taper of the castor cup.
The new leg was requested by the client, to replace an earlier replacement leg, that did not match the existing legs.
The turning almost completed. It will have a taper
turned on the bottom dowel, when the new castor arrives.
If you have any woodturned parts that
require repairing or replacement then why not give me a call.
There is no charge for a quote.
Quality service for a fair price.