But it would have to be some house.
Oh, it can be done though a lot depends on patience and a tolerance for working with nasty chemicals and/or managing
Might be a candidate for having "dipped" as we say here in the states.
A professional restorer might fill small voids like these with shellac burn-in sticks and a hot knife.
Guessing again that many of us would have happily done same. Good find!
@EAguilar: It's a doable repair if you've got basic tools and skills, but it would require a minor investment in time
Lemme guess. You got it for free?
It would take me half a day to type out a detailed list of all the steps required for my plan and I just can't spare
Ah, yes, I see now. That definitely needs fixing.
Photos would help, but I'd reinforce the repair with a couple of layers of E-glass on the top (under the cushion) sid
Oh, yeah. One other thing I forgot to mention, Furnituretrader...
The first one's on me.