Restoration of ceramic

Archaeological, ethnographic and historical artefacts from ceramic, glass, porcelaine, gypsum and stone are conserved and restored

Restoration of ceramic

Archaeological, ethnographic and historical artefacts from ceramic, glass, porcelaine, gypsum and stone are conserved and restored

Restoration of ceramic

Archaeological, ethnographic and historical artefacts from ceramic, glass, porcelaine, gypsum and stone are conserved and restored

Restoration of ceramic

Archaeological, ethnographic and historical artefacts from ceramic, glass, porcelaine, gypsum and stone are conserved and restored

Restoration of ceramic

Archaeological, ethnographic and historical artefacts from ceramic, glass, porcelaine, gypsum and stone are conserved and restored

Restoration of ceramic

Archaeological, ethnographic and historical artefacts from ceramic, glass, porcelaine, gypsum and stone are conserved and restored

In the ceramics group, archaeological, ethnographic and historical artefacts of ceramics, glass, porcelaine, gypsum and stone – urns, crockery, tiles, sculptures, decorative sculptures, medals, jewellery etc. – are conserved and restored.

Depending on the object, the following conservation and restoration processes are performed:

  • mechanical and chemical cleaning and washing of the surface,
  • consolidation with synthetic polymers,
  • gluing of fragments,
  • reconstruction of shape and design,
  • covering with protective coatings.

 

Ceramics

Restoration of ceramic

Archaeological, ethnographic and historical artefacts from ceramic, glass, porcelaine, gypsum and stone are conserved and restored

Restoration of ceramic

Archaeological, ethnographic and historical artefacts from ceramic, glass, porcelaine, gypsum and stone are conserved and restored

Restoration of ceramic

Archaeological, ethnographic and historical artefacts from ceramic, glass, porcelaine, gypsum and stone are conserved and restored

Restoration of ceramic

Archaeological, ethnographic and historical artefacts from ceramic, glass, porcelaine, gypsum and stone are conserved and restored

Restoration of ceramic

Archaeological, ethnographic and historical artefacts from ceramic, glass, porcelaine, gypsum and stone are conserved and restored

Restoration of ceramic

Archaeological, ethnographic and historical artefacts from ceramic, glass, porcelaine, gypsum and stone are conserved and restored

In the ceramics group, archaeological, ethnographic and historical artefacts of ceramics, glass, porcelaine, gypsum and stone – urns, crockery, tiles, sculptures, decorative sculptures, medals, jewellery etc. – are conserved and restored.

Depending on the object, the following conservation and restoration processes are performed:

  • mechanical and chemical cleaning and washing of the surface,
  • consolidation with synthetic polymers,
  • gluing of fragments,
  • reconstruction of shape and design,
  • covering with protective coatings.

 

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Drinking glass. 1639. Glass, surface glaze, gilding. Skapo St., Vilnius. Reconstruction of form


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Urn. 1st millennium B.C. Clay. Naudvaris grave field, Jurbarkas district. Before and after restoration

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