Portfolio images of restoration and conservation process.

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Client Restoration and Repairs

Examples of some client restoration that we've selected to illustrate the condition of items before and after restoration has taken place. Permission has been received for all images prior to them being displayed.

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Examples of Restoration

Studio vase repair and restoration

On arrival

1st image of Studio vase on arrival2nd image of Studio
 vase on arrival

Restoration complete

1st image of Studio vase after restoration2nd image of
 Studio vase after restoration

3rd image of Studio vase after restoration



Examples of Restoration

Removing a previous repair attempt and re-modelling a new left ear

On arrival

1st image of dog on arrival2nd image of dog on 
arrival

Restoration complete

1st image of dog after restoration2nd image of 
dog after restoration

3rd image of dog after restoration



Examples of Restoration

Re-Building a Shattered Birth Plate

(All personal identifies on this plate, for the purpose of display, have been masked to comply with client confidentiality)

On arrival

Birth plate on arrival

During process

Birth plate during restoration

Restoration complete

Birth plate (front) after restorationBirth plate 
(rear) after restoration



Examples of Restoration

Antler Repair and Restoration

On arrival

Stag on arrivalDamage involved

Restoration complete

Antler repairStag restoration



Examples of Restoration

Handle replacement

Before and After

Cup before restorationCup after restoration

Procedure

As the mounting points of each handle are in different positions, a simple mould of the existing handle would not be suitable to form the replacement. The procedure involves building a temporary handle and the use of moulds to produce the replacement handle which is then secured, colour matched and glazed to finish.

Cup repair process



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