Case Study: the ceramic dog and rabbit

← Can a previously restored painting be restored again? One of the biggest causes of restoration is due to damage happening in transit. When special items are entrusted to transport companies to be safely delivered it is frustrating when instead they arrive...

The Restoration Process for Ceramics

← Signs of Water Damage in an Oil Painting When the need for restoration of ceramic items arises, the cause can most often be attributed to physical and environmental hazards. The fragile nature of ceramics means that if they are mishandled, incorrectly...

Case Study: the clay elephant in the room

← Case Study: Mrs Harrison's Dutch Painting Using Japanese Tissue on an Oil Painting → Alongside our work restoring traditional easel paintings, we regularly repair and treat ceramic items. Whether a statue has been snapped or a plate has smashed into...
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