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Antique Store reviews in Brooklyn

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    All Furniture Services�� Repair & Restoration - NY
    Repairing furniture was a snap, and the workman understood the woods and their properties.Also suggested stuff that could not be done and guaranteed - mahogany shutters in windows with lots of light could not be guaranteed against cracking again. But perhaps this is to be expected in 130 year old home. I would use them again for furniture repair! Estimates for repairing missing parquet floor pieces was less convincing, mainly because they do not stock flooring in the with needed, I would have to pay for lots of wood not used. Probably best to go to a flooring company for that work.
    - Dorothy S.
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    Mr. Wood was extraordinary.  I had been waiting to find just the right person to take care of some family heirlooms that were very precious to me.  I found the right person in Mr. Wood.  He was courteous, professional and on time.  He is extremely talented, knows everything about furniture and was fair in his pricing given the painstaking work that needed to be done.  He came when he said he would, perfectly restored my furniture and returned the pieces to me on time. This is a family run business and that makes it even better.  He will be back to restore other pieces for me for sure.   I highly recommend him.  He was so honest that he told me not to restore a certain piece of furniture because it would be too expensive and not worth the investment.  Nice to do business with someone like this.  Don't hesitate

    - Judy T.
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    This was a pleasant transaction from beginning to end. I dealt with Larry (the owner) from beginning to end. I contacted him and explained what I was interested in- initially he suggested I view his website and look at mirror samples online. I did see quite a few samples online that I liked. Then he suggested I come into the shop and look at Glass "remnants". I appreciated that he was trying to save me money. He let me know my options and the prices of each. I did find a mirror remnant that I liked very much. Amazingly, he finished the job the day I brought the pieces in - I dropped them off late morning and picked them up in the early evening.
    He responded promptly to my phone calls and emails. I found the price to be very fair. He was very polite and professional. I could tell shortly after meeting him and listening to him discuss how he works that my antique armoire doors were in good hands. He did warn me that I must be careful not to slam the doors and he was extremely generous and gave me a large piece of extra mirror to hold onto for the future in case a mirror gets broken or damaged down the road. I am certain that this was a lower end job for him but he never made me feel that way and I truly appreciate that fact. By the way, the doors came out beautifully! I would definitely recommend him and hire him again in the future.
    - Nancy T.
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    I went to RAY'S TIME CLINIC and I think he is an excellent mechanic. He struck me as a very honest man who really knows what he is doing. He repaired my clock for me and it has been working ever since. He also was nice to speak with and he even gave me a clock key that I could have free of charge.
    - Edward C.
  • C
    I hired Brian to hold an estate/tag sale in my parents' house. It had been lived in for almost 60 years. My parents were " antique collectors". The house was three floors and a basement filled with collections including fine furniture and china and art work. The basement held player piano as well as furniture and books, etc. Brian looked around and told me that it would cost $3500 to do the job. This included setting up for the sale, the sale , and then cleaning out the house, leaving it " broom clean".
    Brian came with assistants and setup the house for the sale. It was beautifully organized. I was not present for the sale, but Brian called me to say that the owed me money because he made $4100. The deal wasthat I was to pay the difference between the $3500 estimate he gave me if he made less than that amount. However he made more than the $3500 contracted for. Therefore he owed me money.
    I went back to the house two days later, and found it to be broom clean as promised. I called Brian and told him that I was pleased with the job he had done. I also noted that several bricks on the steps leading to the entrance had been dislodged. He said he would try to fix them. Upon returning to the house, I noticed that the bricks were not cemented into place, and would be dangerous to be stepped on. I had to call a mason to fix them and paid $550 .
    I called Brian several times about the money I'm owed. He never returned my calls and of course he has not sent me money.
    To sum this up: Brian did a fine job in setting up , selling amd cleaning out the house.
    He did not honor his part of the contract by paying the money I'm owed and he made no real effort to fix the brick steps.

    If he should send me the money he owes me, I would change my review since I was very satisfied with the rest of his work.
    - barbara b.
  • A
    Both in his previous shop and his present location, it is necessary to call to describe nature of problem and to make appointment, because David was often out of the shop, although he is more often is at his present location. When I left a message he returned calls promptly. When I did speak  to him on the phone, he indicated that he thought he could do the repairs, but needed to see the items before offering and estimate of the cost and time needed to complete repairs.
     He was present when I arrived at the appointed time.
    He identified the approximate age of the chairs and described very carefully what would be necessary to complete the job and what should NOT be done, to preserve the quality and value of the chairs. He offered several alternatives, at different prices and estimated time for completion. 
    We agreed on the best choice and decided on a realistic date for the  completion.  (There was no hurry so the time was several weeks, but he does not want to be rushed.  He wants to do the job 'right' and whatever wait is well worth it!)
    He called when the job was done,  at the originally estimated date.  (He does sometimes note when more time might be needed, to allow for a realistic timeframe when here are particular materials required that might not be so easily available).  I would go with his suggestions.Mc

    - SUSAN S.
  • A
    This is a delightful antique store nestled into a mostly rough commercial block in Bay Ridge Brooklyn. Currently the store is small but is expanding, it must as it is brimming with wonderful items. I purchased two lovely Mission chairs, not reproductions. Last year and this year I purchased a lovely old gold watch in perfect running order. This store is an absolute hidden gem.
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    Excellent work, easy communication, p/u and delivery of my piece on time and as promised!
    - Raechel L.
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    - philip s.
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    - Barbara Z.
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