Our ethos is to preserve and maintain our cultural heritage through the intervention of exceptionally high quality, sensitive, conservation and restoration of ceramic objects. Essential to this is the knowledge that although the aesthetic appearance of an object is very important, after treatment, there are many other considerations to be taken into account.
Restoration and Conservation
Invisible restoration is not always suitable or appropriate for many objects (archaeological artefacts in particular). Each piece will have different treatment requirements relating to their age, condition, composition, manufacture and historical significance. The conservators' job is to deploy techniques, methods and materials that are sympathetic to these requirements and then explain the resulting outcome to the client. Having established this, the value of your object financially, culturally and aesthetically will be maximised.