This is a great example of a structural restoration of a chair.
Often the chair represents a problem for the restorer as extremely stressed obile.
In the photos you can see a phase of the restoration of a chair nineteenth century in walnut.
One of the legs was completely rotten and indulging them requests from the client we have provided for the reconstruction.
First, it is important to make a very precise v-cut A few centimeters above the rotten wooden part then rendered structurally compromised.
Then the missing part of the leg is shaped with a piece of wood of relevant essence. (In this case walnut)
Once glued and left to dry (see photo), the leg will be patinated.
The job may seem simple but it is extremely important there cutting of each single operation to ensure the stability of the chair.