Plaster figure restoration

Plaster figure restoration

Restoring a plaster figure This plaster figure was brought in broken, tatty and badly worn. We have filled it, glued it and re-painted it so it looks almost as good as new. It is worth noting that sometimes our clients ask us to not do so much to their ornament that...
Repairing a ceramic dog

Repairing a ceramic dog

This ceramic dog was in serious need of repair. ‘Fido’ came in a broken beast!  He was in six large pieces and things didn’t look good for him. Fido, our name for him not his owner’s, was a large (approx 36″ tall) ceramic dog. He had met...
Damaged Bust

Damaged Bust

Repairing / restoring a ‘bronze’ bust’ This bust of a ladies head was brought in to the Market Place shop with a damaged ear and was not able to be displayed as it did not have a plinth. We have repaired the ear and matched the bronze finish which returned it to...
Siren with a broken leg

Siren with a broken leg

Breaking a leg can happen to anyone and anything. But when it is a china ornament the process of repair is a little more complicated than putting a plaster-cast on and waiting a few weeks. The images show the state this ornament was in when it came in to...

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