Sept. 16, 2014 2:26 PM PT FacebookTwitterShow more sharing optionsShareClose extra sharing options Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Copy Link URLCopied!Print A Home series on Southern California’s experts of repair and keepers of dying trades. Read more 1 The Fixers: Range warrior From O’Keefe & Merritts to Wedgewoods, David Aikens knows vintage gas stoves. He restores and sells the Midcentury beauties at his store in Inglewood.2 Restoration by Heart treats damaged art on paper tenderly Gustavo Perez has worked on Lichtensteins, Warhols, even signed band posters.3 At Ko ‘Z’ Craft, an art woven in time Hratch Kozibeyokian applies his skills to the rips and fade spots in treasured rugs.4 Brookes Restorations fixes the fractures Shard by shard, Geoff Brookes and his wife and employees carefully restore that treasured vase or statue. If it’s a three-dimensional object, they can probably save it.5 Orange County Speaker repair business The Sunda family and their Orange County Speaker repair business have been making beautiful music together since 1968.6 An enamel restorer’s colorful existence Rosanna Polizzotto specializes in finishes used on jewelry and decorative items. Her world is shiny and jewel-like.7 Rick White’s got that silver touch The man behind Vroman’s Silver Shop in Glendora repairs the damage inflicted by time (and bandits).8 Cane & Basket Supply is full of dream weavers Bamboo, rush and rattan furniture in need of repair gets a second life at Cane & Basket Supply.