Our team is able to handle fragile taxidermy with conservation techniques, ensuring it is properly cared for and restored with no fear of future deterioration.
Common issues faced by taxidermy include pests, accidental damage, environmental issues and age-related decay. Our team is able to assist with the restoration of broken areas, new casing and the professional removal of any pests or mould growth.
If you would like to arrange an assessment, please get in touch with our helpful team to see what is possible for your taxidermy item.
Taxidermy may require specialist framing and casing due to the chemicals used in their original preservation.
A well intact but very old piece of taxidermy is very likely to have been treated with arsenic and so needs your trained technicians to assist in any new casing to avoid this poisonous substance spreading in your home.
Our technicians and conservators can work together to provide your item with an appropriate display case.
We are very pleased with the careful and considered restoration of our wooden sculpture. The repaired sections blend seamlessly and the original colours and styling have been matched. It has all been cleaned and looks a treat! From the initial contact, accurate quote and timescale, regular updates, couriering and the accomplished work itself, it was a professional service from start to finish.
My broken figurine was restored to excellent condition thanks to this company, I didn't dream it would be as good as I was told. Also the peace of mind not sending it by post was worth it, it was collected and delivered back to me extremely safely. I was also kept informed during the whole process! Thank goodness I clicked on fine art restoration to do the job!