Case Study: 1 vintage ashtray in 10 broken parts

← What to do if your oil painting becomes water damaged What would you do if your precious ceramic item was broken into many pieces? That was a question faced by one of our recent clients, when a vintage cigar ashtray was accidentally damaged. Instead of being 1...

Case Study: 19th Century Chess Board Restoration

← What does 'lining' an oil painting mean and when is it needed? We are privileged to receive many unusual and rare objects into the studio every month. When Mr Brown contacted us, he enquired into restoring an item that we had never seen before in the...

Case Study: A Tablet of Two Halves

← Restoring Mrs Pownall's Water Damaged Painting When ceramic items are damaged or broken, they can come to us in a variety of pieces and fragments. Whether a ceramic item has been chipped once, cracked in two, or smashed into many pieces, we can achieve a...

Case Study: the ceramic dog and rabbit

← Can a previously restored painting be restored again? Restoring Mrs Pownall's Water Damaged Painting → 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...

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...
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