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Post  Peter E Fri 18 Feb - 10:21

Hi All

I have a swan that has had the neck broken & glued back on and also a chip on an edge. What is the best way to do a repair on the chip and also fill the crack on the neck, so it cant be seen, ie a Repair Shop job



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Post  Ev Fri 18 Feb - 12:18

A professional restorer will do a great job on your swan.
I recommend Michael Weir from West Auckland as many people I know have used his services and all have been more than happy with his work.

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