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ORIGINALLY FRAME WAS HAND  CARVED, GESSED AND
GILDED.   BEFORE TREATMENT: NUMEROUS LOSSES OF
CARVING,GESSO, FLAKING ALL OVER THE FRAME.
BEFORE TREATMENT: SHOWN LOSSES, FLAKING OF GILDING
AND GESSO
PROCESS; CONSOLIDATION OF GILDING,GESSO.
COMPENSATION OF MISSING WOODEN PARTS
OF FRAME.RECARVING RECONSTRUCTED
WOODEN FRAGMENTS
PROCESS: ON A FIVE PICTURES ARE SHOWN FRAGMENTS
OF CARVING REPLACED WOOD
PROCESS:  FRAGMENTS  COMPENSATION AND RECARVING GESSO
IN PROCESS; GILDING RECONSTRUCTED FRAGMENTS
IN PROCESS; GILDING RESTORED PARTS OF THE FRAME
AFTER TREATMENT
17-18 CENTURY ITALIAN
FRAME CONSERVATION
-RESTORATION
ITALIAN MAJOLICA   MID  16 CENTURY
BEFORE AND IN PROCESS  OF TREATMENT
IN PROCESS
RECONSTRUCTED  FRAGMENT PAINTED WITH DESIGN DEVELOP FOR THIS
MISSING PEAS, AFTER THAT GLAZED.   
RECONSTRUCTED FRAGMENT WAS SECURE , A JOIN CRACK FILL IN  AND PERFECTLY IN PAINTED
RECONSTRUCTED FRAGMENT WAS PERFECTLY MATCHED
NOT ONLY FROM OUTSIDE BUT FROM INSIDE TO.
                                                                            THIS
LARGE FRENCH POTTERY  WAS EXHIBITED  IN
The
Panama Pacific International Exposition - San Francisco
in 1915
ITALIAN MICRO MOSAIC WAS BROKEN ON TWO PARTS ,A LOTS OF STONES  
MISSING .
 We INVENTED technique that allowed to imitate missing stones, also develop
method protection original stones during re polishing newly inserted materials.
Pre Columbian  Vessel, 850 -1450 AD
BEFORE  TREATMENT
AFTER  TREATMENT: BROKEN
FRAGMENTS WAS SECURE TOGETHER
,MISSING FRAGMENTS RESTORED WITH A
ANALOGY OF EXISTING ELEMENTS,
CRACKS FILL IN AND IN PAINTED
BOTTOM OF A VASE WAS BROKEN, MULTIPLE
MISSING FRAGMENTS OF POTTERY THAT WAS
BEFORE TREATMENT: OBJECT WAS DELIVERED IN LAB IN A CONDITION THAT YOU CAN SEE ON A PHOTOGRAPHS ABOVE A TEXT. A FRAGMENTS OF THE OBJECT IN MANY  AREAS ARE MISSING  
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