Our restorations

Our restorations

The action of time on antiques is a relentless force that inevitably shapes and alters these relics of the past. Over the years, stone structures crack, paint peels, wood rots and metal corrodes.
Conservation and preservation efforts are essential to slow down the degradation caused by time. Museums, cultural institutions and archaeologists are working to preserve these precious relics, using modern techniques to stabilize materials, control humidity and protect antiquities from further damage.
We have mastered a number of techniques that enable us to restore ancient objects to their original state, and sometimes modify them to make them useful in everyday life.
What could be more fascinating than using an object that is more than a century old, and which no contemporary object can replace?

Large ormolu chandelier
Pair of moderator lamps