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Repairing a Table That is Missing a Leg

I have a very old 4 legged table with ball and claw copper legs but one leg is missing. How can I add a leg or make it a 3 legged table? The parts are in good shape. I really love it and want to use it. Any ideas? Thanks a lot.


By Connie from Colt, AR

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January 23, 20100 found this helpful


There is a web site you can go to Van Dykes Restoration. They carry all kinds of stuff for restoration. They do have a section that has replacement parts for antique furniture. You might want to look up people that restore furniture in your area. Try the web site first. It can cost alot of money to have it fixed.

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January 23, 20100 found this helpful

Connie: You can either replace the legs with something similar, or take them off and make it a tri-legged table. You will have to find the true center of the table, then find the "1/3" point of each of that cirle, then re-attach them. good luck!

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