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In the restoration of museum pieces it is very important to know the nature of materials, the execution technique, to assess the condition of the exhibit, and to choose the most suitable conservation and restoration method

Research

In the restoration of museum pieces it is very important to know the nature of materials, the execution technique, to assess the condition of the exhibit, and to choose the most suitable conservation and restoration method

Research

In the restoration of museum pieces it is very important to know the nature of materials, the execution technique, to assess the condition of the exhibit, and to choose the most suitable conservation and restoration method

Research

In the restoration of museum pieces it is very important to know the nature of materials, the execution technique, to assess the condition of the exhibit, and to choose the most suitable conservation and restoration method

Research

In the restoration of museum pieces it is very important to know the nature of materials, the execution technique, to assess the condition of the exhibit, and to choose the most suitable conservation and restoration method

In preserving and restoring museum exhibits, it is important to know the nature of their materials and the execution technique, and to assess their condition. Chemical and physical analysis performed in the laboratory helps to choose adequate restoration or conservation methods and make a list of necessary procedures.

The analysis of the materials and techniques of a given exhibit can often provide important historical and cultural information not only to conservators, but also to art historians, museologists and archaeologists.

The laboratory accumulates and systemizes research material, on the basis of which conservation methods are analysed, or new technological solutions for conservation are offered.

The Conservation Centre Laboratory performs the following procedures:

  • optical microscopy,
  • microchemical analysis,
  • FTIR microspectroscopy,
  • XRF analysis.

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Research

In the restoration of museum pieces it is very important to know the nature of materials, the execution technique, to assess the condition of the exhibit, and to choose the most suitable conservation and restoration method

Research

In the restoration of museum pieces it is very important to know the nature of materials, the execution technique, to assess the condition of the exhibit, and to choose the most suitable conservation and restoration method

Research

In the restoration of museum pieces it is very important to know the nature of materials, the execution technique, to assess the condition of the exhibit, and to choose the most suitable conservation and restoration method

Research

In the restoration of museum pieces it is very important to know the nature of materials, the execution technique, to assess the condition of the exhibit, and to choose the most suitable conservation and restoration method

Research

In the restoration of museum pieces it is very important to know the nature of materials, the execution technique, to assess the condition of the exhibit, and to choose the most suitable conservation and restoration method

In preserving and restoring museum exhibits, it is important to know the nature of their materials and the execution technique, and to assess their condition. Chemical and physical analysis performed in the laboratory helps to choose adequate restoration or conservation methods and make a list of necessary procedures.

The analysis of the materials and techniques of a given exhibit can often provide important historical and cultural information not only to conservators, but also to art historians, museologists and archaeologists.

The laboratory accumulates and systemizes research material, on the basis of which conservation methods are analysed, or new technological solutions for conservation are offered.

The Conservation Centre Laboratory performs the following procedures:

  • optical microscopy,
  • microchemical analysis,
  • FTIR microspectroscopy,
  • XRF analysis.
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