Statue Conservation, Sculpture Conservation & Statuary Conservation
A professional conservator should always be employed when considering sculpture and statuary conservation, as great technical skill and analysis will be needed.
Companies supplying goods or services for Statue Conservation, Sculpture Conservation & Statuary Conservation
The Cliveden Conservation Workshop since its foundation as the National Trust Statuary Workshop in 1982, then as an independent company from 1990, has developed great expertise in specialist areas of conservation such as statuary conservation, architectural conservation, stone, plasterwork, masonry, carving and the decorative arts.
Conservation Technologies is a department of National Museums Liverpool providing specialist commercial services in a number of areas. It provides 3D laser scanning and replication, object display mounts and technical services, sculpture conservation and
training courses. It has pioneered the development of technologies to care for items and artefacts from all historical periods. The resident team of conservators and scientists have extensive experience in analysing and handling objects in a wide range of materials including marble, stone, terracotta, ceramics, bronze, plaster and wax.
Fairhaven and Woods Ltd
Northfield Farm Stoneyard, Lode Road, Bottisham
Cambridgeshire CB25 9DN and
164 Hellesdon Park Road, Drayton High Road,
Norwich NR6 5DR
Tel 01223 812555 (Cambs) 01603 487500 (Norwich) Fax 01223 812554 (Cambs)
Fairhaven and Woods Ltd are a stone masonry, carving, restoration and conservation contractor, owned by Lady Fairhaven, and operate two stone yards, one based in Bottisham, Cambridgeshire and the other in Norwich. They have experience in all aspects of the stone trade, including restoration, carving, cleaning and conservation, flooring, paving and new build, all to the highest standards, as demonstrated by the level of repeat business. They supply limestone, standstone, granite and marble, the majority of which is sourced from the UK. Their conservation laboratory in Cambridge offers advanced analytical processes, microscopy, studio conservation and consultancy services.
Hirst Conservation Ltd
Head Office, Laughton , Sleaford, Lincolnshire
London Office, 75 Cowcross Street,
London EC1M 6EL
Tel 01529 497449 (Sleaford) 0800 068 5418 (London) Fax 01529 497518
Hirst Conservation, established in 1986 by Elizabeth Hirst, who was trained by the Bakers, who were amongst the UK’s most eminent conservators of wall paintings and limestone sculpture. They are on the Conservation Register and employs a number of PACR accredited conservators. The company structure includes a wide range of disciplines, including stone and sculpture, lime plastering , metal and bronze, stucco, decorative finishes, wall paintings, materials analysis, paint research and easel paintings conservation, using experienced conservators. Other aspects of their work include cleaning of building surfaces, gilding, environmental monitoring, moisture and salts profiling, condition surveys, and remedying ceiling suspension.
An established conservation and restoration company with an experienced team of conservators, restorers and mount makers. Our highly skilled team is able to work with and conserve artwork, sculpture, metalwork, stone and historic interiors. Our client base is as diverse as our skill set and includes the likes of national museums, institutions and private collectors. We follow the highest professional standards in conservation ethics, offering consultation, full documentation of all work and advice for future care. Richard Rogers Conservation is included in the Conservation Register and is a PACR Accredited Conservator-Restorer with the Institute of Conservation (ICON).
Plowden & Smith Limited
, 190 St. Ann's Hill
London SW18 2RT
Telephone 020 8874 4005 Fax 020 8874 7248