David Lemmon

DATE:05TH SEP 2019

The plaque looks really fabulous having that damaged two inches of green infilling repaired after the more than twenty years or so that this roundel has been in my possession: not to mention the very unsuitable perspex plate it was mounted on.
The end result looks magnificent and even the timber grain has come up great in the staining process… you have done this job brilliantly.


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