Jacket hem was caught in a car door as the owner was leaning into the seat, shredding the top layer.
In this case it did not make $ sense to re-do the stretched hem at top of image, but it is certainly serviceable!
Repaired leather, torn leather repair, torn leather after
Red wines stains on white lambskin. It's owner sent it to us thinking it had to be dyed a dark color to hide the stain.
Tom Ford Lambskin Jacket Wine Removal
This lambskin blouse has significant color loss, soiling and grease stains from skin and hair oils. First, a poultice was applied to remove much of the stains. Then cleaned by hand and prepped for fresh color.
Gucci Lambskin Blouse After Cleaning and Color Restoration
This 1950's San Francisco P.D. jacket doesn't look too bad at first glance...however, it had road-rash damage on the back shoulders and left arm. The collar had the same plus rot from years of skin oils building up....bad enough that the back snap popped right out of the leather!
We replaced the back yoke and made a new collar, They were then distressed to blend in. The left sleeve was reconstructed from inside after lifting back the lining. Flexible polymers filled raw edges and open cracks, then were colored to match. Lastly, conditioners were applied. No longer fit for protection...but a great fashion piece!
This chair is but two years old and in an immaculate home...yet see the environmental soil and jeans dye that accumulated!
Helmut Lang jacket with oxidized color , grease and water stains.
After cleaning, degreasing and color refreshing.
All SaintsLeather Biker Jacket with Defective Sleeve Finish-Before
All Saints Biker Jacket after Sleeve Finish Restoration
Full restoration of a men's lambskin moto jacket with severe stains including grease and sweat, color change and loss ...especially under arms from sweat and dried out cracked bottom edging.
Assorted Stains on Escada Blazer
Escada Blazer after stain removal, color match and finish restored.
These belts were caught in a basement closet with the dehumidifier turned off. This was the image sent to us by their owner. He was turned away by three repair shops... they didn't want to touch them.
Disinfected, cleaned, conditioned and ready to go!
We had 72 hours to get this returned to the owner prior to an event in the home.
One of the young children got their hands on contractor's pencils and pens and got creative in addition to jeans dye transfer, takeout bag grease and everyday soil.
Cushion had to be returned in 72 hours for a gala! Surface had a "groove" where pen had dug in, and ink didn't budge. Pigments were mixed and the groove artfully filled in. It now resembles a natural flaw in the hide and isn't noticeable unless scrutinized closely. This is a good example of the best result for the worst situation.