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Advice on Repair

Tips and advice on looking after your netsuke and sagemono
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Operafan
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Re: Advice on Repair

Postby Operafan » Sat Apr 28, 2018 11:13 pm

Clive is probably one of the best netsuke and okimono restorers, well known on the forum.
That’s what I meant...

Apologies, since apparently you have not heard about him.
Alex

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Re: Advice on Repair

Postby AFNetsuke » Sun Apr 29, 2018 4:30 am

Sometimes it takes more than glue. I took a piece to Cologne for Clive to repair (glue) a dainty foot that was broken in its middle. On close examination he felt it best to take it home with him to put in a reinforcing peg. It was a very good result when I receieved it back in the USA.
Alan


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