Restoration of textile

Church textile, historical and ethnographic costumes, household utensils, jewellery and textile parts of artefacts are conserved and restored

Restoration of textile

Church textile, historical and ethnographic costumes, household utensils, jewellery and textile parts of artefacts are conserved and restored

Restoration of textile

Church textile, historical and ethnographic costumes, household utensils, jewellery and textile parts of artefacts are conserved and restored

Restoration of textile

Church textile, historical and ethnographic costumes, household utensils, jewellery and textile parts of artefacts are conserved and restored

Restoration of textile

Church textile, historical and ethnographic costumes, household utensils, jewellery and textile parts of artefacts are conserved and restored

Restoration of textile

Church textile, historical and ethnographic costumes, household utensils, jewellery and textile parts of artefacts are conserved and restored

In the textile group, the following textile artefacts made from natural and synthetic materials, as well as parts of textile artefacts are conserved and restored:

  • church textile,
  • historical and ethnographical clothing,
  • household utensils,
  • jewellery.
  • In conserving and restoring textile exhibits, chemical or mechanical cleaning and washing is performed. In restoring the missing parts, original techniques or their imitations are used. The larger part of textile exhibits are prepared for long-term storage.


     

Textile

Restoration of textile

Church textile, historical and ethnographic costumes, household utensils, jewellery and textile parts of artefacts are conserved and restored

Restoration of textile

Church textile, historical and ethnographic costumes, household utensils, jewellery and textile parts of artefacts are conserved and restored

Restoration of textile

Church textile, historical and ethnographic costumes, household utensils, jewellery and textile parts of artefacts are conserved and restored

Restoration of textile

Church textile, historical and ethnographic costumes, household utensils, jewellery and textile parts of artefacts are conserved and restored

Restoration of textile

Church textile, historical and ethnographic costumes, household utensils, jewellery and textile parts of artefacts are conserved and restored

Restoration of textile

Church textile, historical and ethnographic costumes, household utensils, jewellery and textile parts of artefacts are conserved and restored

In the textile group, the following textile artefacts made from natural and synthetic materials, as well as parts of textile artefacts are conserved and restored:

  • church textile,
  • historical and ethnographical clothing,
  • household utensils,
  • jewellery.
  • In conserving and restoring textile exhibits, chemical or mechanical cleaning and washing is performed. In restoring the missing parts, original techniques or their imitations are used. The larger part of textile exhibits are prepared for long-term storage.


     

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Karaime footwear. Early 20th c. Wool, linen, leather. Before and after restoration


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Woman’s cap. 19th c. Cotton, silk. Before and after restoration

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