I have a French wall clock, circa 1933. There are two or three places around the outer front edge where pieces of wood have broken away. I don't know if this was some kind of molding, or veneer. I'm not a wood-case guy. But since I've put so much time into the movement and am about to sink $$ and time into the dial, I thought the case should look good too. Here are photos of the clock and two example of the broken edge. Not that this clock has no significant value! Except that it is about 90 years old and I have some respect for that. So, how does one repair this? Do I glue some wood back on and sand it to match the contour? Or...? All suggestions much appreciated.