example of replicated wood trim in comparison with the original
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Reproduction Woodwork Heartwood Carving

If the years haven't been kind to your old home's trim, this company in Eugene, Oregon, can replicate damaged details using special 3D imaging software and computerized mills. Just send a sample or photo of your snapped spindles, for instance, and in a couple of weeks you'll have new ones that are virtually indistinguishable from the originals.

Prices, excluding any design fees, start at around $12 for a simple rosette to finish off the corner of a door casing and go up to $55 or more for ornate pieces, such as this copy of a 3½-inch corbel with a curling acanthus leaf; Heartwood Carving
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