Hall Conservation Ltd


NEWS – Warrington Golden Gates Return Home

After several months away in our workshops, the the Grade II listed Warrington Golden Gates are returning home. Back in Feb 2019, the gates were carefully dismantled and the footings to the gate posts exposed, enabling us to work with an archaeologist employed under a watching and adv
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EVENT – Brian Hall Talk @ Coalbrookdale Museum of Iron 21st June 2019

Our own Brian Hall will be speaking at a NHIG seminar on Friday 21st June at the Coalbrookdale Museum of Iron. The one day seminar (9:30am – 4:30pm) will explore various aspects of the making, forming, and repair of cast iron including: History of iron making: how pig iron becom
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NEWS – Work begins on Warrington Golden Gates

Hall Conservation are delighted to be heading a major project to repair, enhance and preserve Warrington’s historic golden gates for future generations. The Golden Gates restoration project will see the Grade II* listed gates restored to their former glory. The previous refurbishment
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Merrow Gates at Clandon House, Surrey

The Merrow Gates are a pair of early 18th century painted and gilded wrought iron gates with cast iron and repousé decorative elements, the gates and flanking panels are set between twin gate lodges, built by Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown.  The gates were originally part of
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Gates at Christchurch, Spitalfields, London

Hall Conservation were asked to remove, restore, and return the gates from outside Christchurch Primary School in London’s Brick Lane. Before the gates could be removed, the area was cordoned off with traffic cones and pedestrian barriers to allow hot work to begin melting the lead ou
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