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Where: Golden Hands

What: Furniture restoration and related techniques

by Yuri - October 2014

We give the choice to continue the course or not entirely in to a student's hands. You pay only one month upfront of the tuition fees and free to quit any time you like. Your maximum lose will be your monthly payment. So far this never happened. Because the course is based on one-to-one tuition you have maximum attention from the tutor during the course!

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