Date(s) - 03/07/2018 - 05/07/2018
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Hurds Hill Conference Centre
This three-day course is aimed at people with an appreciation of antique furniture who would like to develop an understanding of how to care for their pieces and learn the skills necessary in dealing with loose joints and veneers, ring-mark removal, and general sprucing-up of tired looking pieces.
Class sizes will be kept to a manageable size to enable Jamie to offer 1 to 1 tuition as well as group teaching.
Please bring along a small piece (no bigger than a dining chair) to be worked on throughout the course.
A tasty buffet lunch will be served each day, but you also have the choice of staying at Hurds Hill for the duration of this course where you are welcome to join us the night prior to beginning, for a sumptuous supper and a chance to get to know some of your other class mates.
There is an option to make this course residential; if you choose to stay with us our guests will also enjoy breakfast and dinner at the house.
About the Tutor
Jamie Reed is a qualified cabinetmaker, antique furniture restorer and woodwork conservator based in Somerset, UK.
City & Guilds qualified (with distinction) in cabinet making. Apprenticeship served with a BAFRA Master Restorer, spending 10 years at the workshop and becoming a qualified craftsman.
From rock stars to royalty, he now has over 20 years of experience in the business. A highly skilled craftsman who is passionate about the restoration and conservation of heritage woodwork and furniture and crafting bespoke items.
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