Looking for someone to fix or repair your antique, vintage or newer wicker furniture? Some Wicker Repair Experts restore and repair plastic wicker, resin wicker, twig furniture and basketry and most also do seatweaving and chair caning. Some even teach wicker furniture repair classes and chair caning so be sure to ask if you are interested in learning these skills.
The Wickerfixer and Chair Recaner’s owners Cheri and Mike Russell in Ozark, Missouri have served the antique wicker furniture world nationwide since 1976. They are also mentioned in all of Richard Saunders’ antique wicker books and price guides.
They specialize in minor to major restoration of wicker furniture, and all types of chair seat weaving, hole & pressed cane, rush, splint, Danish cord, herringbone, and seagrass weaving. Family heirloom restoration is their specialty! They buy and sell at shows and through http://www.WickerFixer.com shop.
The Wicker Fixer will locate that special piece of furniture for you, paint your wicker and even travel to do on-site wicker repairs! Pick-up and delivery service is available, call for areas covered, and remember shipping is an option, too.
Judging from their slogan “Get your dog chewed, cat clawed, bird pecked, family abused, wicker fixed today!” The Wicker Fixer can do just about anything for your wicker and cane furniture.
(Seatweaving SUB 3/4/20)
(Wicker SUB 3/4/20)
Richard Saunders is an antique wicker furniture repair expert with over 40 years experience and is the author of five books on antique wicker furniture, including Collecting and Restoring Wicker Furniture — the first book published with a how-to chapter on wicker repair.
Several years ago, he relocated from CA to Savannah, GA, bringing with him over 40 years of experience in restoring, writing about and appraising antique wicker furniture.
Now after a sabbatical from the day-to-day activities of wicker furniture and cane repair and restoration, Richard has decided to once again offer his quality wicker restoration services. So, if you have a wicker piece that needs some repair or restoration work, contact Richard today for an appointment.
Richard will also continue to serve the antique wicker field certified wicker furniture appraiser. So don’t throw out a valuable and irreplaceable piece of our American wicker history. Just because you don’t know what kind of wicker you have, when it was made, who the manufacturer was or what the value is now, doesn’t mean it’s not still valuable. STOP! Before you toss your wicker–get it appraised by the certified wicker appraiser expert first!
Richard provides certified, fee-based wicker furniture appraisals at $25 per piece. His appraisals can be used to establish a value of your wicker pieces for a variety of purposes such as heirloom/ inheritance, estate, resale, insurance, moving damage claims, and even court cases if necessary. Richard’s appraisals also include historical information, notes on style and design, dating the piece and proven or likely manufacturer.
Certified appraisals are given only after physical inspection or through a series of good quality photos sent via email or postal mail. Richard Saunders is one of only a few whose appraisal certification specialty is antique wicker furniture. Contact Richard today for an appointment so you will be knowledgeable about your wicker furniture, too.
Mr. Saunders is also offering brand new copies of WICKER FURNITURE: A GUIDE TO RESTORING AND COLLECTING (Crown Publishers; 1990). This is a 245-page, large format paperback book which includes an 8-page color photo section, hundreds of black and white photos and lots of fascinating information on antique wicker furniture. Perfect addition to anyone’s personal reference library.
This book went out of print several years ago but he has a limited supply of NEW copies which he purchased from the publisher’s warehouse. He would be happy to personally sign your copy. Price is $20, including shipping and handling.
Contact Richard today to order your signed book, WICKER FURNITURE: A GUIDE TO RESTORING AND COLLECTING or to get your wicker piece evaluated and appraised for its proper value!
Honorary Lifetime Member of The SeatWeavers’ Guild, Inc.®
ACACIA is an Old World Shoppe, located in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada where time stops and quality reigns.
We specialize in quality:
- Antique Chair Restoration
- Chair Caning, Fiber Rush, Danish Cord
- Wicker Repair and Recoating
- Chair Repairs and Regluing
ACACIA has over 25-years of Quality Craftsmanship To Preserve and Beautify Your Furniture.
Email or call today to secure your spot on our appointment schedule.
(SUB 4/13/19) Wicker
Anderson’s Restorations in Yadkinville, North Carolina with over 35 years in business are chair caning and wicker repair experts with experience in all types of seating – Caning, Splint, Rush, Danish Cord and Shaker Tape.
We do special weaves such as Spider Web, Star and Blind Cane along with patterns like Carolina Close Weave and Adirondack Rustic.
We also restore wicker and rattan totally woven furniture, specializing in restoration of the Jolly car seats, along with doing some furniture refinishing.
Visit our website and Facebook business page for details and more pictures, links are posted in our contact area.
Business Member of The SeatWeavers’ Guild, Inc.®
Trinity, FL 34655
At ThatWickerGuy.com we buy, sell and restore Quality Antique American Wicker Furniture from the 1880’s to the 1930’s and Adirondack Great Camp furniture, with a few outstanding exceptions.
We specialize in Bar Harbor, Victorian and Deco pieces. Our restoration is professionally and painstakingly accomplished with every piece that comes into our shop.
Looking to buy a particular piece? If we don’t have it, we will utilize our extensive network of wicker dealers and other sources and obtain it for you!
Now with two locations, Vermont in the Summer and Florida in the Winter, we can more effectively meet your Antique Wicker Furniture purchase and restoration needs.
Saint Albans, VT 05478 (summer) | Trinity, FL 34655 (winter)
How can we help you with your antique wicker furniture needs? We are happy to work with you or your decorator in developing your decorating plans. Have a question? Give us a call! We personally answer all phone calls.
Visit our website ThatWickerGuy.com to see our extensive inventory of Antique Wicker and Great Camp Furniture, and our restoration and repair services.
For over 45 years, Dovetail Antique Wicker has offered for sale a variety of styles of the highest quality, authentic period wicker furniture (circa 1870-1930) available in the marketplace today.
We also specialize in superior quality wicker restoration with exceptional attention to detail. We provide personal service, custom painting, and assistance with shipping.
Weaving Restoration is the Chair Caning and Wicker Repair division of Bruce H. Kreymborg Refinishing and Conservation, a family operated, full-service antique restoration business in Southampton, NY, started in 1967.
Katherine K. Wilson, owner of Weaving Restoration and Bruce’s daughter, provides all the chair caning and wicker furniture restorations, while Bruce and his associates provide major and minor furniture restorations and upholstery.
“We’re a complete source for all your restoration needs! No job is too big or too small.”
See Katherine’s website and Facebook fan page for more photos, click on the icons.
Corporate Members of The SeatWeavers’ Guild, Inc.®
(Sub-8/28/19) Chair Caning
(Sub-8/28/19) Wicker Repair
David W. Dick Chair Caning and Wicker Restoration has performed expert wicker, rattan and cane seat weaving repair and restoration, serving Illinois, Indiana, and the greater Midwest, since 1975.
We carefully restore wicker furniture to its original glory. We gladly stain to match the original material and furniture. We weave strand cane, loom woven (pressed cane), wide binding cane, Shaker tape, splints, natural and paper rush, and more.
Free estimates are gladly given. We are always more than willing to discuss your seat weaving and wicker furniture needs and desires. Nothing leaves our shop until it’s perfect. Count on it! References available upon request.
Charter and Cottage Member of The SeatWeavers’ Guild, Inc.®
(Seatweaving SUB 1/6/20) (Wicker SUB-11/25/19)
Since 1978 REED WEAVER’S commitment has been to the continuing appreciation of wicker as an art form through quality wickerwork.
In 1996, Reed was the first Minnesota artist invited to show her work at the new Neiman Marcus Gallery in Minneapolis, MN.
And in 2011 she was contracted by an airworthiness inspector for Boeing to create a replica of the original wicker seat used in the Spirit of St Louis airplane that Charles Lindbergh flew. The project was completed in June of 2012. Reed named ‘her’ Spirit Sophia and has included Spirit Sophia’s photo here.
Reed Weaver services include:
• The careful repair and restoration of wicker and rattan
• Stripping, refinishing, painting of wicker and rattan
• Cane, Rush, Splint and Danish Seating
• Custom design and fabrication of wicker furniture and accessories
Call or email for appointment and directions to the REED WEAVER studio, please.
JWoods Enterprises–I have over 30 years experience in the wicker restoration business. My love of wicker furniture and respect for the art and history of wicker furniture is reflected in the enthusiasm with which I tackle even the most challenging jobs that I accept.
Both antique furniture items and wicker baskets are well worth preserving for future generations. Modern wicker furniture is a continuation of the craft and ensures the need for wicker restoration experts well into our future. It is a confirmation of the comfort and appeal of artful woven furniture.
I am dedicated to passing on the skills and knowledge needed to perpetuate the craft. For information on learning opportunities in wicker restoration visit my Facebook page or email me with your contact information. Follow the shop on Facebook to stay abreast of wicker for sale, and restoration examples.
Thank you for your interest in restoring wicker furniture and baskets.
Founding Member and 2017-2019 President of The SeatWeavers’ Guild, Inc.®