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This is a contract we undertook at Arundel Gardens at Notting Hill they are aged circa 1860. Great care was taken to remove the old paint using our steam method. ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]
Cornice Cleaning and Restoration Project in Grove Lane Camberwell. These cornices are circa 1810. This was a Grade II Listed Star Property that we are qualified to work upon. ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]
Photos and Testimonial See below a great gallery of a plaster cornice restoration job. These cornices date back to circa 1860. With our careful work they look like new. Here is a testimonial from the client We had many cornices dating from 1860 that had been painted completely flat over the intervening years. Jason skilfully restored them to their original glory. I was amazed at the detail that came through.
We offer Cornice Restoration we will make a template of the existing patterns and take then away for replication; the new cornices pieces are made in the traditional methods with traditional materials.
Displayed on this page are a number of images showing the cornices before cleaning and after cleaning.
We also have some images of the during process.
Charles Dickens Museum Cornice Restoration Project The curator of the charles dickens museum contacted us to undertake the stripping and restoring of the hallway cornice. Below is a testimonial from the curator. Dr Florian Schweizer Curator “Following a thorough tender and selection process, Jason Jewell was appointed to clean and restore the cornice in the entrance area and hallway of the Charles Dickens Museum in Bloomsbury , a Grade 1-listed
The follow photos are from a private house Abbyville Road Clapham Common The property had a fire in the rear reception room in 2012. First, we cleaned what was left of the original cornice and ceiling roses, unfortunately the fire had damaged most of the ceiling mouldings in the rear reception room so all of the ceiling including all the cornice and ceiling mouldings had to come down. What is shown in the
Canonbury. Northchurch Road. Built in 1846. At this property in Northchurch road, there was only one remaining original ceiling rose in the house. We were asked to restore this ceiling rose. First we removed all of the detail mouldings from the ceiling so we could work on them back in the work shop. Once we had removed the paint there was a lot damage to the stem of the
Crickewood. Cricklewood Lane. Built in 1890. Date the restoration work was carried out – 26th November 2017. In the first three photos, you can still see the steam from the cleaning of the ceiling rose, the final photo is the ceiling rose repaint by our self’s, using our spray paint method. ” template=”default” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]