Restoration of Porcelain, Ceramic and China

The Birthplace of porcelain considered to be China. That's where this elegant, noble and necessary material came from. Antique porcelain carefully kept in private collections and museums.

Incredibly prized antique dishes, figurines, vases despite the fragility, have survived for several hundred years. But there is one "BUT" they are preserved (Conserved/Restored) by careful handling of professional restorers/conservers of porcelain, which have vest experience and dozens of technologies enabling porcelain to have a second life.

Porcelain, Ceramic and China Restoration

Sufficiently, time-consuming and complex process, which aims to return the product of these materials to the original condition and appearance.

The Restorer, working with porcelain and ceramics must have very special education a great experience and skills that after the restoration object of porcelain or ceramic have a solid appearance, with no signs of interference.

Methods for restoration of porcelain depend on the degree and type of damage.

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