RESTORATION PHOTOS
 
Classroom Practice pieces as examples for training aspects understanding many variables for each step towards a good restoration. First photo is a sampling of various glass to have chips removed. Second photo is a chipped section on a base marked and circled on paper to aid with even removal visual. Third photo is the process of using special glass equipment to remove the base chip. Fourth photo is the use of a carpenter's level to check the top rim of the polished stemware for straight even finished top. For more details Email: tindellsrestoration@gmail.com or call 615-941-5354. Look at our various training programs offered as listed from the home page of this site when you click on Class Registration and scroll. Our Published Articles, Photo Gallery, Products and Q&A section on this site are other good sources of information.
 
 
 
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DiAnna Tindell

According to DiAnna Tindell there is no joy greater than returning an object that has been chipped, cracked or broken to its original shape and beauty. "There's nothing to match the appreciation in the owner's eyes when they first see it," said Tindell. {more}
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