|Russell Buskirk Inc.
offers classes for individuals, dealers and institutions.
Class dates can be arranged to fit your schedule.
We can also customize a class based on your
personal interests and/or professional needs.
413 Fleming Road #12
Charleston, South Carolina
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Classes are offered to individuals, dealers and institutions.
Class dates can be arranged around your schedule.
We can also customize a class based on
your personal interests and/or professional needs.
Lunches are included in all classes.
Our small class size and hands-on demonstrations will
expose you to the details as well as the overall process on various
subjects related to antique furniture, including:
How is that furniture made?
How old is that furniture?
The Art of Inlay I
The Art of Inlay II
What wood is that?
Microscopic Wood identification
Germanic Influence of Charleston Furniture
Level I and Level II Classes
Level I classes are designed for novices as well as
individuals with limited knowledge of the subject.
Level II classes are the next step for the Level I participants or
experienced professionals, skilled craftsmen, and
others with background in the field.
Study objects, demonstrations, hands-on examinations, group
discussions as well as individual question and answer sessions, and slide
lectures are sure to increase your knowledge and interest of antique
Inlay making classes include all
tools, woods, and materials, needed for the class.
Depending on your skill level, you should end the day with
your own completed inlay.
Custom tailored group and individual lessons are available.
Russell’s vast experience and extensive study of each offered class will
assure your interest and learning of the covered material.
Restoring and conserving furniture for more than twenty years give
Russell a unique perspective to teach you his approach to the
investigation, identification, and making of period antique furniture and
the inlay used to enhance them.
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