Hall Conservation Ltd


Greenwich Business Award 2019

Delighted to announce that Hall Conservation Ltd is shortlisted for the Culture and Creative Business of the Year Award in the Greenwich Business Awards 2019. Congratulations as well to our five fellow shortlists. The awards are announced on Friday 15th Feb. Many thanks to all our ama
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Event – Iron Works Seminar – Talks II

The latest National Heritage Ironworks Group (NHIG) seminar took place at the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich in November 2016.  Hall Conservation were delighted to be able to take part in the day.  This is an outline of the day’s second half. The lunchtime break offered del
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Event – Iron Works Seminar – Talks I

  In November 2016, the latest National Heritage Ironworks Group (NHIG) seminar took place at the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich. Hall Conservation were delighted to be able to both take part in the day and also to help organise it. Delegates were welcomed by David James, Ch
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Event – Iron Works Seminar

In November 2016, the latest National Heritage Ironworks Group (NHIG) seminar took place at the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich.  Hall Conservation were delighted to be able to both take part in the day and also to help organise it. Around forty-five delegates from a variety of ba
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Event – Tulip Staircase Reception, Greenwich

In the autumn of 2016, Brian Hall and members of the team from Hall Conservation were delighted to attend a reception to celebrate the reopening of the Queen’s House in Greenwich. Widely known as the first Classical building in England, the Queen’s House had been closed for a ma
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Tulip Staircase, Queens House, Greenwich

The Tulip Staircase is thought to be the oldest unsupported spiral staircase in the UK. The stairs are held in place by the support of a cantilever from the wall with each stair supporting on the one above. This famous staircase is located within the Inigo Jones’ designed Queen’
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Lanterns, Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich

As part of the on-going conservation work at the Old Royal Naval College we undertook the repair of several lanterns. The lanterns were in various conditions and had all been stripped of their paint and gilding before arriving in our studio. The majority of the lanterns are made of co
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St Alfege’s Weathervane, Greenwich, London

The restoration of the weathervane is part of the on-going works to Nicholas Hawksmoor’s St Alfege’s Church, as the gilding had come away from the surface leaving areas of exposed copper, the iron bar securing it to the spire was extremely corroded with large flakes of corrosion
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