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HISTORIC ENGLAND CASE STUDY – Tottenham War Memorial

Hall Conservation is delighted to announce that our award-nominated work on the conservation of the Tottenham War Memorial has been included as part of a case study produced by Historic England. The case study is entitled: “Conserving War Memorials Case Study: Surface Treatment
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Robert Gascoyne Sculpture, Hatfield House

This cast bronze sculpture at Hatfield House shows Robert Gascoyne-Cecil wearing his full regalia, sitting at his office chair. The sculpture rests on a plinth of  carved stone.  Robert Gascoyne-Cecil, 3rd Marquess of Salisbury was a British Conservative statement who was Prime Minist
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Waterfall Fountain, Tower Bridge Piazza

‘Waterfall‘ is a sculptural fountain created in 1991 by Antony Donaldson and is located at Tower Bridge Piazza in London. It is made from cast and fabricated hollow bronze in the form of six nude female figures posed around a central barrel which overflows with water.  The
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NEWS – RICS Award Nomination 2017 for Tottenham War Memorial

Delighted to announce that our work on the Tottenham War Memorial has been shortlisted in the Building Conservation category of the RICS Awards for 2017. The Tottenham War Memorial is listed along with nine other nominees in the London section of the RICS awards which will be presente
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Cannons, Royal Hospital Chelsea

The Royal Hospital Chelsea, also known as the Chelsea Pensioners Hospital, has a collection of eight cannons on its south terrace with an additional cannon on the upper terrace. The cannons are part of the Royal Armouries Collection and are on long term loan. The nine cannons are from
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Queen Victoria, Newcastle Under Lyme

This fine sculpture of Queen Victoria is located in the Queen’s Garden, Newcastle under Lyme. The figure had been aggressively cleaned in the past with evidence that sand blasting had been used. The sand blasting had revealed casting porosity, pores that would collect dirt and contami
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Bronze Door, Ferens Gallery, Hull

Hall Conservation were asked to restore two bronze doors at the Ferens Art Gallery in Queen Victoria Square, Hull after they were sprayed with graffiti. The doors were 3mm sheet bronze with cast bronze elements. The recent graffiti was clearly visible. Behind that spray paint, it was
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Col. Wiedermann Cannons, Royal Collection, Windsor Castle

The project to survey and conserve the Royal Artillery at Windsor Castle continued in 2012 with a pair of bronze cannons, patented by Col. Wiedermann, a unique and technically demanding design incorporating iron bands, cast within the bronze barrel of the cannons. These were conserved
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Mermaid Fountain, Italian Garden, Blenheim Palace

The Mermaid fountain, located in Blenheim Palaces’ Italian Garden is the work of Thomas Waldo Storey (1855-1915). The fountain had undergone treatment around 30 years before when it was cleaned and gilded. During the intervening 30 years the bronze had developed a thick layer of limes
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First and Second World War Memorials, War Memorials Trust, London

The original buildings where the memorials were installed were demolished, but the memorials were salvaged by the War Memorial Trust, as part of their remit is to preserve and re-locate displaced memorials. After being saved, the two bronze and one marble war memorial had been kept in
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