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The Conservation of Decorative Arts

£89.00

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Velson Horie is a consultant to clients in the UK and abroad on the care of collections - with the aim of ensuring that users can use these collections, both now and in the future.. He is an experienced conservator and collections manager, He initiated professional standards for conservators now adopted across the profession.
This book contains papers of a conference organized and co-sponsored by The Victoria and Albert Museum and the National Trust., which address different aspects and problems involved in the conservation of decorative arts.
The contents of the book are:
The significance of sheen: surface finish as an important aspect of early nineteenth-century interiors / Janet Brough
Decorated tin-glazed tiles: conservation and restoration / Robert Payton –
A sign of the times: grubby to glitzy? Conservation of a trade sign / Suzette Hayes
Conservation on context: the conservation of historic interiors by the National Trust / A. Mitchell
Conservation of three glass chandeliers from Kongsberg Church in Norway / Anne Sommer-Larsen
The window dressings of Waddesdon Manor / Sheila Landi
Wallpaper - in and out of context / Amy Collier
Gilt leather wall coverings: some options for repair / Theo Sturge
The conservation of Burmese lacquerware using traditional materials / Frank Minney
The resotration of two decorative objects within the antiques trade / Jane McSloy
The conservation of straw-work objects from the decorative arts collection at the Lady Lever Art Gallery / Deborah Cane
The 'Grachtenhuis', a mid-eighteenth-century doll's house / Paul van Duin
The restoration of furniture in Bevis Marks Synagogue / Leslie Charteris Deterioration and treatment of eighteenth-century wood marquetry / Paul Tear and Flavia Philp.

The book is in very good condition and is richly illustrated. This is an ex-library book and has a very small number of the usual library book markings inside.

The book is a must for anyone interested in the decorative arts and their conservation and restoration.

Item details

Added value:
Rare and Specialist
Author(s):
Velson Horie
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
30 x 21cm
Edition:
First 1999
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-13:
1873132077
Number of pages:
126
Publisher:
Archetype Publications Ltd, 1999
Title:
The Conservation of Decorative Arts

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Velson Horie is a consultant to clients in the UK and abroad on the care of collections - with the aim of ensuring that users can use these collections, both now and in the future.. He is an experienced conservator and collections manager, He initiated professional standards for conservators now adopted across the profession.
This book contains papers of a conference organized and co-sponsored by The Victoria and Albert Museum and the National Trust., which address different aspects and problems involved in the conservation of decorative arts.
The contents of the book are:
The significance of sheen: surface finish as an important aspect of early nineteenth-century interiors / Janet Brough
Decorated tin-glazed tiles: conservation and restoration / Robert Payton –
A sign of the times: grubby to glitzy? Conservation of a trade sign / Suzette Hayes
Conservation on context: the conservation of historic interiors by the National Trust / A. Mitchell
Conservation of three glass chandeliers from Kongsberg Church in Norway / Anne Sommer-Larsen
The window dressings of Waddesdon Manor / Sheila Landi
Wallpaper - in and out of context / Amy Collier
Gilt leather wall coverings: some options for repair / Theo Sturge
The conservation of Burmese lacquerware using traditional materials / Frank Minney
The resotration of two decorative objects within the antiques trade / Jane McSloy
The conservation of straw-work objects from the decorative arts collection at the Lady Lever Art Gallery / Deborah Cane
The 'Grachtenhuis', a mid-eighteenth-century doll's house / Paul van Duin
The restoration of furniture in Bevis Marks Synagogue / Leslie Charteris Deterioration and treatment of eighteenth-century wood marquetry / Paul Tear and Flavia Philp.

The book is in very good condition and is richly illustrated. This is an ex-library book and has a very small number of the usual library book markings inside.

The book is a must for anyone interested in the decorative arts and their conservation and restoration.

Added value:
Rare and Specialist
Author(s):
Velson Horie
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
30 x 21cm
Edition:
First 1999
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-13:
1873132077
Number of pages:
126
Publisher:
Archetype Publications Ltd, 1999
Title:
The Conservation of Decorative Arts

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