Restoration of archaeological finds

Archaeological finds dated from the 11th millennium B.C. to the 19th c. and made from various materials – metal, wood, textile, leather, bone, amber and glass – are restored

Restoration of archaeological finds

Archaeological finds dated from the 11th millennium B.C. to the 19th c. and made from various materials – metal, wood, textile, leather, bone, amber and glass – are restored

Restoration of archaeological finds

Archaeological finds dated from the 11th millennium B.C. to the 19th c. and made from various materials – metal, wood, textile, leather, bone, amber and glass – are restored

Restoration of archaeological finds

Archaeological finds dated from the 11th millennium B.C. to the 19th c. and made from various materials – metal, wood, textile, leather, bone, amber and glass – are restored

Restoration of archaeological finds

Archaeological finds dated from the 11th millennium B.C. to the 19th c. and made from various materials – metal, wood, textile, leather, bone, amber and glass – are restored

Restoration of archaeological finds

Archaeological finds dated from the 11th millennium B.C. to the 19th c. and made from various materials – metal, wood, textile, leather, bone, amber and glass – are restored

Restoration of archaeological finds

Archaeological finds dated from the 11th millennium B.C. to the 19th c. and made from various materials – metal, wood, textile, leather, bone, amber and glass – are restored

Restoration of archaeological finds

Archaeological finds dated from the 11th millennium B.C. to the 19th c. and made from various materials – metal, wood, textile, leather, bone, amber and glass – are restored

In this group, archaeological finds dated from the 11th millennium BC to the 19th century, and made from various materials – metal, wood, textile, leather, bone, amber and glass – are restored and conserved. The following processes are performed:

  • disinfection,
  • mechanical and chemical cleaning and washing,
  • consolidation with synthetic polymers,
  • gluing of fragments,
  • reconstruction of lost parts,
  • covering with protective coatings,
  • in some cases, referring to archaeological material or analogues, reconstruction of an entire archaeological artefact is performed.

 

Archaeological Finds

Restoration of archaeological finds

Archaeological finds dated from the 11th millennium B.C. to the 19th c. and made from various materials – metal, wood, textile, leather, bone, amber and glass – are restored

Restoration of archaeological finds

Archaeological finds dated from the 11th millennium B.C. to the 19th c. and made from various materials – metal, wood, textile, leather, bone, amber and glass – are restored

Restoration of archaeological finds

Archaeological finds dated from the 11th millennium B.C. to the 19th c. and made from various materials – metal, wood, textile, leather, bone, amber and glass – are restored

Restoration of archaeological finds

Archaeological finds dated from the 11th millennium B.C. to the 19th c. and made from various materials – metal, wood, textile, leather, bone, amber and glass – are restored

Restoration of archaeological finds

Archaeological finds dated from the 11th millennium B.C. to the 19th c. and made from various materials – metal, wood, textile, leather, bone, amber and glass – are restored

Restoration of archaeological finds

Archaeological finds dated from the 11th millennium B.C. to the 19th c. and made from various materials – metal, wood, textile, leather, bone, amber and glass – are restored

Restoration of archaeological finds

Archaeological finds dated from the 11th millennium B.C. to the 19th c. and made from various materials – metal, wood, textile, leather, bone, amber and glass – are restored

Restoration of archaeological finds

Archaeological finds dated from the 11th millennium B.C. to the 19th c. and made from various materials – metal, wood, textile, leather, bone, amber and glass – are restored

In this group, archaeological finds dated from the 11th millennium BC to the 19th century, and made from various materials – metal, wood, textile, leather, bone, amber and glass – are restored and conserved. The following processes are performed:

  • disinfection,
  • mechanical and chemical cleaning and washing,
  • consolidation with synthetic polymers,
  • gluing of fragments,
  • reconstruction of lost parts,
  • covering with protective coatings,
  • in some cases, referring to archaeological material or analogues, reconstruction of an entire archaeological artefact is performed.

 

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Fibula with a fragment of textile. 15th c. Copper alloy. Vanagiškiai grave field, Jonava district. Before and after restoration


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Pair of shoes. 17th-18th c. Leather. Church of the Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Trakai. Before and after restoration

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