Profession antique furniture reproducer

Antique furniture reproducers duplicate and recreate antique furniture. They prepare drawings and templates of the article, create, fit and assemble parts and finish the article after original specifications.

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  • Technical drawings

    Drawing software and the various symbols, perspectives, units of measurement, notation systems, visual styles and page layouts used in technical drawings.

  • Furniture trends

    The latest trends and manfacturers in the furniture industry.

  • Woodturning

    Process of shaping wood on a lathe and its types, namely spindle turning and faceplate turning.


  • Artificially age furniture

    Use various techniques such as sanding, denting, painting and others to make new furniture look distressed and aged.

  • Create furniture frames

    Construct a strong frame out of materials such as wood, metal, plastic, laminated boards, or a combination of the materials for furniture.

  • Contextualise artistic work

    Identify influences and situate your work within a specific trend which may be of an artistic, aesthetic, or philosophical natures. Analyse the evolution of artistic trends, consult experts in the field, attend events, etc.

  • Create smooth wood surface

    Shave, plane and sand wood manually or automatically to produce a smooth surface.

  • Clean furniture

    Remove dirt, marks and other unwanted material from furniture.

  • Decorate furniture

    Use techniques such as gilding, silver-plating, framing or engraving to add specific decorations in the material of the furniture.

  • Create wood joints

    Use the proper tools and processes to create the joints where multiple pieces of wood fit together.

  • Operate wood sawing equipment

    Operate various machinery and equipment to cut wood in different sizes and shapes.

  • Sand wood

    Use sanding machines or hand tools to remove paint or other substances from the surface of the wood, or to smoothen and finish the wood.

  • Do historical research

    Use scientific methods to research history and culture.

  • Apply a protective layer

    Apply a layer of protective solutions such as permethrine to protect the product from damage such as corrosion, fire or parasites, using a spray gun or paintbrush.

  • Join wood elements

    Bind wooden materials together using a variety of techniques and materials. Determine the optimal technique to join the elements, like stapling, nail, gluing or screwing. Determine the correct work order and make the joint.

Optional knowledge and skills

remove paint manipulate glass metalworking fix minor scratches evaluate restoration procedures paint decorative designs sell furniture use authentic crafting techniques design original furniture art history repair furniture parts produce customised tools pass on trade techniques carve materials engrave patterns estimate restoration costs specialise in an area of history organic building materials select restoration activities produce copies of valuable objects apply restoration techniques prepare furniture for application of paint engraving technologies furniture industry sell household goods manipulate metal handle delivery of furniture goods

Source: Sisyphus ODB