Wooden plaques and similar pieces such as war memorial name boards can become damaged due to age and environment. Wooden objects may be faced with warping, woodworm infestation, discolouration and contamination build-up. Our conservators can sensitively remove grime and staining, as well as safely eliminating woodworm and other issues that may be causing decay.
Previous conservation work carried out by our team includes a 17th century plaque from Durham Cathedral and many tempera or oil paintings on panel such as religious icons.
Typical wooden panels our team can restore include:
You don’t really own old family paintings, you are merely a custodian, so having them restored can be a nerve-racking experience. That why I went with an expert team I could trust to restore a painting that is very dear to my heart. The restoration is superb and my family will continue to enjoy the results for generations to come.
I really appreciate the restoration and framing and framing you did for me. The result is very pleasing and I am sure that it will look terrific in the Royal Dragoon Guards Museum in York.