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WINTER

San Francisco, California

Musical Instrument Maker

I embrace the principles of Restorative Conservation - returning an instrument to playing condition

while preserving its integrity as a historical document.  Each restoration is fully documented.

If you have an instrument needing restoration, feel free to contact me.

Charles Trute, London, 1784
Charles Trute, London, 1784
Dulcitone by J. B. Cramer & Co., circa 1900. The sound is produced by hammers striking metal tines.
Dulcitone by J. B. Cramer & Co., circa 1900. The sound is produced by hammers striking metal tines.
Erard, London, 1854
Erard, London, 1854
Clementi & Company, London, 1827
Clementi & Company, London, 1827
Dulcitone by Thomas Machell, Edinburgh, circa 1910. The sound is produced by hammers striking metal tuning forks.
Dulcitone by Thomas Machell, Edinburgh, circa 1910. The sound is produced by hammers striking metal tuning forks.
George Garcka, London, 1792
George Garcka, London, 1792
Clavichord attributed to Philip Jacob Specken, Stockholm, circa 1740
Clavichord attributed to Philip Jacob Specken, Stockholm, circa 1740
Henry Ward, London, circa 1865
Henry Ward, London, circa 1865

Here are photos of recent restorations.