Hall Conservation Ltd

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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Sick, Antony Gormley, Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin

Antony Gormley’s piece, ‘Sick’ had been in storage in a timber crate in what was discovered to be a leaking store in Dublin. On opening the case prior to an exhibition, the curators discovered that it was covered with a layer of lead corrosion, due to a combination of damp
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Combe Down Stones

The Combe Down Stones were taken from the Combe Down quarry located outside bath and are covered with graffiti from the mine. Some of the pieces were cracked and fractured, making them vulnerable to loss and further damage. Small channels were cut into the back of the stone and 316 st
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