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Yamato - by "restored" - do you mean to remove the original finish
with carving tools back down to bare wood ??
wow - so basically, you are carving the piece all over again.

Edit: to help with the photos. if we were doing that here in the U.S.,
we would have all kinds of caustic chemical finish removers and brushes.
I don't think anyone here would have the skill or patience to actually
re-carve such a project by hand like you are doing.
your craftsmen are simply top notch in all respects.

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Edit: to help with the photos. if we were doing that here in the U.S.,
we would have all kinds of caustic chemical finish removers and brushes.
I don't think anyone here would have the skill or patience to actually
re-carve such a project by hand like you are doing.
your craftsmen are simply top notch in all respects.

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This is a great project. One family asked us to renew all of our wooden furniture. There are products that have to re-design and many other problems
 
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