East Point Conservation Studio specializes in the following areas of furniture preservation:
Surface treatments: preservation of original finishes, sensitive cleaning, consolidation, and compensation of varnished, painted and gilded surfaces.
Structural treatments: stabilization of damaged wood and loose joinery, fabrication of lost elements, repair of veneers and inlays.
Upholstery: Minimally intrusive upholstery treatments, documentation of historic upholstery materials and methods.
Non-wood materials: preservation, repair or replacement of furniture related elements such as metal hardware, leather, glass, bone, etc.
Related preservation services:
Surveys of furniture collections
Maintenance of entire collections
Lectures and public outreach
Furniture making: We can build museum-quality furniture and reproductions to match originals or custom designed.
East Point Conservation Studio adheres to the Code of Ethics and Guidelines for Practice of the American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works (AIC).