Processing to provide new furniture with an antique feel as if it has been used for many years. This is purely manual artisan technique of pounding the corners to round them off and scratch the surfaces with a saw or nail. It requires deep insight into furniture life to give this processing to locations which likely come in contact in a daily life. The technique is realized by the expertise and sense of artisans which cannot be presented on the drawing.
Process of distressing
Pound the frame edges and corners with wooden stick or hammer to make them naturally roundish.
Scratch the furniture with original tools made from a saw or nails.
High skills and sense are required to provide scratches and damages to new furniture.
When the coating is settled, the frames look as if they have been in use for many years.