We conserve, repair or restore a wide variety of wooden objects, ranging from ethnographic items to modern wooden sculpture. The typical problems we see include splits and cracks in the wood and joints, surface damage, and broken or missing elements. We also regularly work on objects which have previously had poor quality repairs that are beginning to fail.
The treatment of your wooden object will depend on the type of damage it has sustained, as well as other factors such as age, condition and the nature of the piece. The different types of treatment we undertake includes repair of cracks and splits, infilling and inpainting of losses, repair or replacement of broken or missing elements and refinishing.
All of the work we undertake on your wooden object is undertaken to museum standards. We can provide full condition reporting and treatment documentation for your personal records, if required.