Classic French Polishers

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  • (03) 6343 ####
  • 21 Normanstone Rd
    South Launceston TAS 7249

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About Us

Classic French Polishers are specialists in Antique Restoration, located in South Launceston, TAS. With an extensive array of Antique Restoration supplies, from reproduction to refinishing, to restoration and may also offer french, you can call Classic French Polishers any time during business hours on (03) 6343 #### with all your enquiries on Antique Restoration.

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  • French Polishing Sydney

    “What a great experience again.
    This is the second time i have had work polished and upholstered by Anthony.
    Great work Anthony.
    I was thinking of buying new furniture.
    My tired old table and chairs look better than what was on the market. Great advise.”

  • John Birtwistle

    “Absolutely Incredible Service! Come and picked up Antique Baby Cot from me, fixed it so its not even noticible for a 100 year cot and bought it back to me in perfect condition. I didnt know this kind of service still existed. Its such an Old Days Personalised service that is so rare to find. He is so lovely, informative, helpful and genuine. Gave great advice even on DIY polishing. Just a pleasure to deal with. Thank you so much!

  • Master Gilders Pty Ltd

    “This guy is perhaps one of the best in the industry when it comes to gilding and restoration. He has been restoring my antique furniture for the last ten years, and would not go anywhere else. I now live in England, and still send mirror frames, chairs etc to him for restoration. Highly recommended ”

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  • French Polishing Sydney

    “A.B.Furniture Finishing repaired my damaged table at a very fair price. Anthony is a nice young man with all the answers when it comes to french polishing! Very happy. Thanks again.”

  • Rita Sayer on 17th Jan 2014

  • Gaby Roman on 16th Dec 2012

  • Steven Holmes on 3rd Dec 2012

  • Sharon Mundie on 8th Mar 2012

  • frank on 3rd Feb 2012