Mark Fry in Huntington Beach California created this one-of-a-kind koa wood guitar. It was constructed out of a single piece of koa wood. The carvings are gilded gold leafed. The trim, purfling, is walnut and maple wood. Finish is nitrocellulose amber lacquer and is smooth and lustrous. This guitar is one-of-a kind and perfect for any collector or music lover.
This is a bar custom made for a client in Tustin California with an antique bed, headboard, footboard, and side rails. This is a very unique job that was done. Any custom work is possible! An 18th Century Antique Walnut Bed was cut up and fabricated into a bar. *Note the side door – that is the entrance to the bar for better perspective of this work.
These custom-made mantlepieces were commissioned by a Newport Beach California customer. The MQRS owner & artist, Mark Fry, created these mantles from solid oak wood. The second mantel was carved for a client in Cowan Heights, Tustin, California. The wood work detailing on these pieces are all indications of high quality.
This guitar was handmade consisting of rosewood back and sides, spruce wood top, mahogany wood neck with a rosewood fingerboard. Special designed purfling, edge binding trim, and finished with nitrocellulose lacquer hand-rubbed. Museum Quality Restoration Services provides beautiful wooden bespoke pieces. Our distinctive designs provide form and functionality to your house, from guitars to fireplace mantles. Each piece is created by Mark Fry, of Huntington Beach California, with only the highest-quality materials, ensuring that your piece will be a beloved addition to your house for years.
This project was to create skirts for a table dating back to 1800s circa for a client in Indian Wells, California. The antique oak table had to fit perfectly and match in style. The resulting additions to the table looks as if they have always been there. The project gallery below shows the production process. We document all our custom furniture projects with photos like this so the client can see the progress.
This is a custom made clock base addition by Mark Fry, of Palm Springs California, for a client in Bighorn Palm Desert California made out of pine wood to match the original circa 1700s clock. Construction was done to raise the clock 22 inches higher. Moldings had to be matched and fitted as well as the old-world finish having to match on the large surfaces and well as the detailed molding surfaces. This is a one of a kind piece. From wood sculptures to guitars and fireplace mantles. Museum Quality Restoration Services creates original and custom designs that are both visually pleasing as well as functional.
San Francisco carved sculpture of sea-creatures, a dolphin and a whale. More subjects are available to order, contact Mark Fry of Museum Quality Restoration Services on (760) 329-2294 to discuss your ideas today.