James G. Chandler has been restoring antiques for more than 40 years and can often be found working in his workshop in the hayloft of a c. 1890 barn. In 1996 he expanded his restoration business by making reproductions of period furniture.
Chandler undertakes extensive research on each piece to produce the most authentic reproduction possible, often by requesting a study permit through one of the more prominent museums. Some of his work has been documented with the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Willard Museum, and the Hoyle House.
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Biography updated June 25, 2018 Photograph updated June 26, 2018Contact information updated March 7, 2018
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