Conserving and restoring both fashionable and vernacular antique furniture and modern classic furniture, for example, the Eileen Gray collection from the National Museum of Ireland

In-situ conservation and restoration, including work on related materials such as upholstery, fabrics and locks

Making intricate wooden structures and components to match with original elements, using appropriate techniques

Conducting inventories and surveys of historic furniture, fittings and objects, supported by historical and analytical research

Providing onsite maintenance for collections in museums, historic houses and other institutions

Making recommendations on the care and preventative conservation of furniture and wooden artefacts to safeguard objects for the future

Assessing, implementing and monitoring environmental conditions for furniture collections

Providing a collection and delivery service for fragile and sensitive furniture

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