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The Scottish Stained Glass Trust (SSGT) is a charity registered in Scotland. We are interested in stained glass in every shape and form — designing, making, creating, installing (etc.). We focus espec...
The Scottish Stained Glass Trust (SSGT) is a charity registered in Scotland. We are interested in stained glass in every shape and form — designing, making, creating, installing (etc.). We focus especially on stained glass in Scotland by any artist from anywhere. We puzzle over old windows trying to identify artists, dates, etc. We try to encourage present day artists who are using this medium to experiment in architectural, sculptural and free standing outdoor forms as well as in traditional windows. We need people to help us by sending in photographs, information and ideas. We are trying to create inventories of Scottish artists including their work in all corners of the world.

Since the recreation of the Scottish Parliament in 1999 the Scottish Executive has identified the importance of cultural activities as a contributor to national well-being, and recent ventures in literature, drama, and music testify to this encouraging cultural atmosphere. However, general awareness of Scotland’s stained lass can be patchy to say the least.

We began as the stained glass Symposium in 2003 when Alison Robertson was working for the Church of Scotland and dealing with applications for new stained glass windows. This was an unstructured forum with only one topic — stained glass. There discussions took place three times a year and the organization developed into the independent Scottish Stained Glass Trust.

The Symposium members include stained glass artists, conservators, historians, and representatives of religious, secular, charitable or public bodies, all having an interest in stained glass in Scotland.

The Symposium has concerns about the proper maintenance of glass, which is too often left in the hands of well-meaning but inadequately skilled carers.

In partnership with the University of Edinburgh Scottish Studies Archive the Scottish Stained Glass Trust made a film Crear McCartney’s Dolphinton Windows (2013). This engaging film showing the making of the windows from start to finish and hearing Crear’s story about the making runs for 45 minutes.

In 2011 the Symposium ran a pilot project to record stained glass in their new national register of stained glass in Scotland. In Autumn 2015, the online Database, hosted by Scran, was launched at www.stainedglasstrustscotland.org.uk. Our Excel database is gradually being converted to the Scran format and new entries are being submitted monthly. A training manual is currently being developed in order for additional volunteers to contribute to the Database.
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Scotland’s Churches Trust advances the preservation, promotion and understanding of Scotland’s rich architectural heritage represented in its churches and places of worship of all denominations. Sc...
Scotland’s Churches Trust advances the preservation, promotion and understanding of Scotland’s rich architectural heritage represented in its churches and places of worship of all denominations.

Scotland’s Churches Trust endeavours:

to assist in the preservation and upkeep of churches, through funding and advice
to advance understanding of the history, art, architecture and traditions of churches, and also their position as a focal point in the community
to encourage the opening of churches and the welcoming of visitors, tourists and pilgrims
to publish information on churches, including details of services, events, and opening arrangements
to provide advice to congregations on the care and reception of visitors and the production of historical and other information.

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Saxum Stonemasons is an Uckfield based firm which undertakes work on historic buildings and gardens throughout Sussex and parts of Kent. Our specialist stonemasons undertake workshop and site work wit...
Saxum Stonemasons is an Uckfield based firm which undertakes work on historic buildings and gardens throughout Sussex and parts of Kent. Our specialist stonemasons undertake workshop and site work with granite and marble, Sussex Sandstone, York Stone, limestone and historic brickwork. We are a small independent business run and directed by craftsman Jamie Wallace.

With years of experience and specialist training in geology (Aberystwyth University BSc) and lime mortar (Weald and Downland Living Museum and The SPAB) you can rely on us for professional advice, high quality craftsmanship and an ardent and friendly approach. In 2021 the team at Saxum were awarded the Best Lime Mortar Firm – Sussex by BUILD Construction and Engineering Awards.

The team specialises in working with lime mortar. All of our stone work is fitted with lime in order to protect the stone by providing a flexible and breathable joint. We also undertake re-pointing work removing old lime mortar and cement and replace this with a suitable hydraulic or non-hydraulic lime. All of our mortar mixes are site specific to ensure our work is long lasting, aesthetically pleasing and suitable for the location. We offer free advice for anyone considering stone repairs or lime mortar re-pointing.

As a small independent stonemason in Sussex we are able to offer very reasonable prices and a methodical approach to all of our projects.
  1.   Quantity Surveyors
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Sawyer Fisher was established in 1959 and continues to provide professional services on all aspects of building work, both in the private and public sector under the direction of the Directors. Our...
Sawyer Fisher was established in 1959 and continues to provide professional services on all aspects of building work, both in the private and public sector under the direction of the Directors.

Our role is to work with other members of the design team, to provide sound advice on contract procurement and construction costs and maintain financial control from project inception to building completion. This includes developing feasibility studies and preparing applications for funding or grant aid.

Due to our successful financial management of projects, we have developed a close working relationship with a number of clients resulting in repeat business. We are proud to name the Royal Household, The National Trust and the London Diocesan Board for Schools amongst many of our longstanding clients.
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SAVE Europe - Europe abounds in beautiful, historic buildings. Many are highly prized and well looked after. Others stand empty and slowly decay. Still others approach actual collapse or are threatene...
SAVE Europe - Europe abounds in beautiful, historic buildings. Many are highly prized and well looked after. Others stand empty and slowly decay. Still others approach actual collapse or are threatened with demolition. Some are well-known, others deserve to be much better known.

SAVE Europe’s Heritage was founded in 1995 as the sister organisation of SAVE Britain’s Heritage. SAVE Europe’s Heritage has published reports on endangered great houses in France and Hungary and a report on the threat to the landscape of the villas of the Veneto. With Moscow Architectural Preservation Society (MAPS) it has published a report on Moscow (now in its second edition) and another on the city of Samara titled Samara: Endangered City on the Volga . A new report Silesia: Land of Dying Country Houses was published by SAVE Europe in late 2009.

MAPS and SAVE Europe's Heritage published St Petersburg: Heritage at Risk in 2012. Published to coincide with the 34th Session of UNESCO that took place in St Petersburg in the summer of 2012, this bilingual, lavishly illustrated book, emphasises St Petersburg’s greatness as a classical city, but also shows the importance of the city’s industrial and Soviet heritage, much of which is shamefully undervalued today.

In October 2019 SAVE Europe published a new report about Tbilisi, Georgia. The report shines a light on the incredible architectural beauty of the 'Paris of the Caucasus' revealing surprises such as a strong constructivist and post-war modernist legacy as well as art nouveau and art deco of great majesty and delicacy.
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SAVE Britain's Heritage is a strong, independent voice in conservation that has been fighting for threatened historic buildings and sustainable reuses since 1975. It is at the forefront of national he...
SAVE Britain's Heritage is a strong, independent voice in conservation that has been fighting for threatened historic buildings and sustainable reuses since 1975. It is at the forefront of national heritage conservation and intervenes to help historic buildings and places in serious danger of demolition or decay. It stands apart from other organisations by bringing together architects, engineers, planners and investors to offer viable alternative proposals. Where necessary, and with expert advice, SAVE takes legal action to prevent major and needless losses.
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Sash Repairs Limited is a small specialist sash window repair and restoration company based in North West London. We believe that traditional sash windows are one of the most important features of a h...
Sash Repairs Limited is a small specialist sash window repair and restoration company based in North West London. We believe that traditional sash windows are one of the most important features of a home. In particular, they add character and charm. Importantly they keep the architectural design of Edwardian, Victorian and Georgian style buildings throughout London.

Sash windows in need of repair look run down due to poor maintenance. Sadly they can bring down the overall appearance of a property, making it seem uninviting. This is where we can help. At Sash Repairs we offer all sash window services.
Sash Window Restoration

This includes simple repairs right through to a full overhaul. We can also fit our discrete draught proofing system. We specialise in tailoring each job to your individual needs and budget. Our company is well established with an impressive client list.
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We have over 15 years experience in renovating and repairing timber box sash windows. From your initial enquiry right through to the completion of works, we provide the highest standard of customer service. We deal with every step of the process professionally and swiftly. At Sash Repairs we only employ fully qualified carpenters and joiners with many years of experience working within the sash window industry.

To put your mind at rest we are also happy to supply references as testament to our workmanship, along with copies of qualifications achieved by the individual Sash Window installer who will carry out the work at your property.

Sash Repairs covers all London postcodes and would be delighted to give advice and a no obligation quote for the repair, restoration and draught proofing of single or double glazed traditional sliding sash windows.
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Ashley Sands and Robert Randall set up Sands & Randall in 2000. We met while studying at City & Guilds London Art School, Kennington, and we undertake a wide variety of projects, ranging from traditio...
Ashley Sands and Robert Randall set up Sands & Randall in 2000. We met while studying at City & Guilds London Art School, Kennington, and we undertake a wide variety of projects, ranging from traditional to contemporary woodcarving, producing reproduction and original pieces. We bring a wide range of skills and experience to our work: Robert has a background in cabinet-making (he is a graduate of the London College of Furniture) and Ashley has worked for his family firm of specialist restorers and mural painters. We share a strong interest in both historic and contemporary art, and are passionate about the English woodcarving tradition.

Our work encompasses architectural wood carving, historic restoration, gilding and new commissions. We work with many private and public bodies, including interior designers, artists, antique dealers, restoration and conservation firms, architects, museums and Royal palaces. Our clients include the National Trust, English Heritage, the Victoria & Albert Museum, Windsor Castle, English Heritage, Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, the Geffrye Museum, Thomas Heatherwick Studios, St James’s and Buckingham Palaces, Westlands architectural salvage company, St Paul’s Cathedral and other Wren churches in the City of London. We have recently been creating sculptures designed by the Brazilian artist Tonico Lemos Aud, restoring the library at the Reform Club in Pall Mall and working on a new capital for the front of Kenwood House in Hampstead.

We like to use native, indigenous woods, such as lime and oak, and enjoy creating our own designs for specific projects, which we often model in clay before carving them in wood. We are expert in gilding and polychroming as well as finishing the wood with suitable oils, stains and waxes. We have strong links with colleagues in related trades and professions, from stonecarvers to muralists, so can advise on a wide range of work. We enjoy the variety of our work, and are open to all kinds of projects. We are based in London and Bristol, with our main workshop in Tottenham, north London.


Ashley Sands - I studied A levels and a foundation art course in Bristol then joined my father’s business of picture conservation at the International Fine Arts Conservation Studios. Here I spent a few years learning various trades in the restoration field including picture lining, architectural gilding, paint finishes and fine decoration. I worked on a variety of projects including The Cubed Rooms at Wilton House, Salisbury, Nottingham Catholic Cathedral, The Gaiety Theatre, Isle of Man and The Hay House, Georgia, USA, as well as painting restoration at Hampton Court, Kensington Palace and The Royal Academy.

In 1994 I went into further education at The City and Guilds of London Art School, where I studied conservation for one year and then traditional woodcarving and gilding for a further two years. Both Robert and I graduated in 1997 and we set up our business together the following year.

In 2004 I went to Gibraltar and spent two years living there and in Spain. I joined the Gibraltar Arts and Crafts Centre, taught evening classes and showed in exhibitions. I returned to live in Somerset with workshops based there and in London.

I often work alongside my former colleagues at IFACS and Bush and Berry Conservation Studios on restoration projects including The Reform Club, Pall Mall, Worcester Guild Hall and Wellington School Chapel in Somerset.

I also work with my brothers Mark and Corin (www.corinsands-art.de), who are both specialist painters and artists who work internationally. We have worked on restoration projects together including Avebury Manor and Windsor Castle.


Robert Randall - After leaving school in North London I began a three year cabinet making apprenticeship, proceeding from there to The London College of Furniture where I studied furniture making and design. On completion of the course I worked for Bim Burton as a designer and furniture maker.

Drawing has always been important to me and I continued to draw throughout this period at this time mainly from the model. The combination of the two practices led me to carving and the City and Guilds School of Art. My furniture making experience and knowledge supported the discipline of carving and guilding. It was here at the school I met Ashley Sands and after leaving the school we formed our company Sands and Randall. In the last 15 years our commissions have been extensive and varied from chainsaw carving at the Folkstone Triennale to restoration at the Reform Club Pall Mall, work for Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, restoration in Royal Palaces and to collaborating on work with contemporary artists.

I teach as senior carving lecture at the City and Guilds where I have been for the past three years.
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Multi award-winning specialists in the cleaning, repair & conservation of historic stonework, statuary, monuments & decorative surfaces The company operates both as main contractor, sub-contractor ...
Multi award-winning specialists in the cleaning, repair & conservation of historic stonework, statuary, monuments & decorative surfaces

The company operates both as main contractor, sub-contractor and as a specialist consultant in surveying and issuing conservation reports. We undertake the repair and conservation of historic fabric across a range of projects that incorporate architectural stonework, archaeological sites, museum pieces, church monuments, historic plaster and render, sculpture, polychrome and decorative surfaces.
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We monitor and report on decay mechanisms as well as executing complex conservation specifications including the cleaning, consolidation, structural, conservation repair of historic fabric where necessary. We also specialise in consolidation of sculpture and decorative finishes.

As a main contractor we are experienced at working alongside key consultants such as structural engineers, mortar and paint analysis consultants and supply chain representatives. We have proven track record of managing and working with specialist subcontractors such as historic timber carpenters, lighting engineers, lead workers, glaziers, fabricators and scaffolders.
Saint-Gobain PAM is the premier supplier of ductile iron and cast iron products to the UK's key utilities, telecoms, highways, civil engineering, construction and housing companies. Saint-Gobain P...
Saint-Gobain PAM is the premier supplier of ductile iron and cast iron products to the UK's key utilities, telecoms, highways, civil engineering, construction and housing companies.

Saint-Gobain PAM is the UK arm of Saint-Gobain PAM, the international pipelines company, which employs around 9000 people in over 120 countries. Together they form part of the Saint-Gobain group, one of the world's leading multinational organisations.

With the international support of parent company Saint-Gobain, we are able to offer unrivalled technical support, a total solution approach and unparalleled quality and innovation. A UK based business, with two foundries and a distribution centre in the Midlands, we combine international reach with local, specific solutions across all of our customers.

We continually invest time, energy and expertise to create an extensive range of innovative solutions, which are easy to install, simple to joint and simply offer better value for money in terms of total life costs.

All parts of our operation have audited quality management systems and fully satisfy ISO 9001:2008. All products are third party assessed and approved against all relevant world-wide regulations and standards.

We are committed to sustainable and ethical development in all aspects of our business. Made from greater than 80% recycled material and 100% recyclable at the end of their long life, both ductile and cast iron provide a cost effective solution whilst protecting the environment.

With Saint-Gobain PAM UK and the PAM brand, you can be assured of Quality, Innovation and Technical Expertise at all times.
St Astier Natural Hydraulic Limes (NHL) and derivative products have been produced by the same families since 1851. The mineralogical characteristics of the raw materials, the manufacturing process an...
St Astier Natural Hydraulic Limes (NHL) and derivative products have been produced by the same families since 1851. The mineralogical characteristics of the raw materials, the manufacturing process and the quality controls are such that users are assured of the constant performance of the products. The experience acquired over the years is shared with the user through the assistance available from the Technical Department and from carefully chosen specialist distributors, able to assess the type of lime mortar, plaster or render required. This is especially important in Conservation and Restoration, where mortars should be project specific in order to ensure their compatibility with existing materials and the fabric of the buildings.

In new build St.Astier Limes have developed a range of binders and ready mixed mortars combining all the characteristics required by today’s builder in terms of speed of setting, strength, elasticity, plasticity, low capillarity and shrinkage, with the breathability and aesthetic quality of lime mortars. The result is that these lime mortars are becoming the obvious alternative to cement mortars also in the new build and eco build sectors.

The ecological benefits of lime mortars such as CO2 re-absorption and condensation control provide vital answers

To some of today's environmental and energy saving requirements which cannot be ignored by the professions and trades involved in the protection of the built heritage and in the construction of our new living environment.

The purpose of this web site is to provide as much information as possible to the specifier and the user, so that correct choices can be made on scientific and practical bases. This information, together with the quality of the products and the co-operation and technical assistance of the Manufacturer and its distributor network, are the main reasons of the success of St. Astier hydraulic limes worldwide.

St. Astier natural hydraulic limes (NHL) and lime mortars have been adopted in a number of countries and in the most diverse climatic conditions, from the Arctic circle to the desert, from marine locations to high mountain sites.They have been and are used on some of the most important world heritage sites, in vernacular and ordinary buildings, in reproducing the characteristics of ancient mortars as well as providing solutions to modern architectural mortar requirements. The technical expertise at hand will also assist in achieving engineering solutions when an alternative to cement mortars is required.
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If you need heritage building conservation, look no further. Saddleworth Restoration Conservation provides a wide range of bespoke and heritage stonemasonry services in Oldham and across the North Wes...
If you need heritage building conservation, look no further. Saddleworth Restoration Conservation provides a wide range of bespoke and heritage stonemasonry services in Oldham and across the North West.
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S McConnell and Sons Ltd is a family run business based close to the Mourne Mountains in Northern Ireland. The company have been in business now for over three generations. The S McConnell brand has ...
S McConnell and Sons Ltd is a family run business based close to the Mourne Mountains in Northern Ireland. The company have been in business now for over three generations. The S McConnell brand has now become synonymous with all aspects of traditional stonework, from refurbishments and renovations to stunning new-build projects.

The Company's craftsmen are renowned for their ability to handle the most precise and detailed ornate carving jobs. In reality the only limit is your imagination as to what the company can produce. This has resulted in S McConnell and Sons winning an extensive list of awards.

S McConnell and Sons work closely with their clients to ensure they receive materials perfectly suited to their needs. The Company uses both traditional and modern technology to enable them to create buildings that contain exacting details that will stand the test of time.
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SFK Consulting is a practice of structural engineers that specialise in the conservation and repair of historic buildings and the design of new buildings in historic settings. Our partners each ha...
SFK Consulting is a practice of structural engineers that specialise in the conservation and repair of historic buildings and the design of new buildings in historic settings.

Our partners each have over 25 years of experience and in that time have worked to improve or rescue many iconic buildings around the UK and overseas. Every one of our projects is completed through the personal involvement of a Partner, and we believe that this approach is fundamental to our success.

We are passionate about our work and take seriously the responsibilities our clients give to us. There are many complex and competing issues when dealing with historic buildings. We aim to handle these sensitively operating with clarity, integrity and proportion in all that we do.
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The RHS is Britain’s leading gardening charity, committed to the encouragement and improvement of the science, art and practice of horticulture. It has over 500,000 members and is famous for its garde...
The RHS is Britain’s leading gardening charity, committed to the encouragement and improvement of the science, art and practice of horticulture. It has over 500,000 members and is famous for its gardens and flower shows, as well as publications, education and research.
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The Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales has a leading national role in developing and promoting understanding of the archaeological, built and maritime heritage of Wales,...
The Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales has a leading national role in developing and promoting understanding of the archaeological, built and maritime heritage of Wales, as the originator, curator and supplier of authoritative information for individual, corporate and governmental decision makers, researchers, and the general public.

The landscape and built heritage of Wales result from people’s interaction with the natural world over thousands of years. Since it was established in 1908, the Royal Commission has led the way in researching and explaining the remains of that interaction – the archaeology and the historic buildings we see around us.

The Royal Commission holds a unique collection of photographs, maps, images, publications and reports within its archive, The National Monuments Record of Wales, which can be consulted on our online database Coflein or by making an enquiry to our Enquiry Services section.

The Royal Commission is based in Aberystwyth and is sponsored by the Welsh Government. The Chair and Commissioners direct the investigations by our expert staff, who employ the latest technology to provide authoritative and up to date information to the public.
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The Royal Archaeological Institute was founded in 1844. Its patron is Her Majesty The Queen. The Institute's interests span all aspects of the archaeological, architectural and landscape history of...
The Royal Archaeological Institute was founded in 1844. Its patron is Her Majesty The Queen.

The Institute's interests span all aspects of the archaeological, architectural and landscape history of the British Isles. Membership is open to all with an interest in these areas.

The major activities of the Institute are:

Monthly lectures - Lectures take place from October to May and are held at Burlington House, Piccadilly, London. These are given by visiting speakers on recent research, current archaeological projects and new discoveries. Lectures are filmed and available to members on our website afterwards. See our Lectures page for more details

Meetings - At least three annual meetings are held: a day trip in the autumn, a weekend visit in the spring and a week long summer meeting. Often there is also a regional conference focusing on a particular theme or period of archaeological research. See this year's Meeting Programme and Conference for more details.

Publication - The Institute publishes The Archaeological Journal, a prestigious refereed journal, Summer Meeting Reports and a Newsletter.

The award of grants - The Institute awards grants for archaeological research and excavation. For information on how to apply and to see recent grant recipients, go to our Grants page.

Providing advice and contributing to opinion forming - The Institute actively participates in areas of public concern that fall within its remit.
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The Royal Society of Ulster Architects (RSUA) is the professional body for chartered architects in Northern Ireland with c.900 members. It was established in 1901 and then its objectives included t...
The Royal Society of Ulster Architects (RSUA) is the professional body for chartered architects in Northern Ireland with c.900 members.

It was established in 1901 and then its objectives included the general advancement of architecture and the promotion and maintenance of a high standard of qualification in the profession, both of which are every bit as relevant today.

A direct alliance was formed with the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) in 1925 and the RSUA continues to act for the RIBA in Northern Ireland.

The RSUA is committed to a comprehensive continuing professional development strategy and is a vital information network for architects providing a support service on a wide range of issues including contract and legal matters, professional indemnity, changes in planning law, building regulations and government legislation.
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Rundum Meir is a by-word for innovative design and quality – transforming your garage door into an architectural feature. Set up more than 50 years ago near Munich, Southern Germany, Rundum Meir Ga...
Rundum Meir is a by-word for innovative design and quality – transforming your garage door into an architectural feature.

Set up more than 50 years ago near Munich, Southern Germany, Rundum Meir Garagentorbau GmbH is a family business. The firm originally specialised in making timber up-and-over and slide-round sliding garage doors for the home market.

Rundum Meir now works throughout Europe, in North America and the Middle East providing high quality, made to measure, automated round the corner side sliding garage doors.

In October 1998 Rundum Meir’s factory gained certification for outstanding environmental production methods by the Bavarian State Minister for the Environment.

Rundum Meir has been in the UK since 1999, and is proud to have worked on many interesting and award-winning projects.
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Rupert Harris Conservation was established in 1982 and since then we have built a reputation as the leading Conservators of metalwork and sculpture in Europe. Our work covers the full spectrum of obje...
Rupert Harris Conservation was established in 1982 and since then we have built a reputation as the leading Conservators of metalwork and sculpture in Europe. Our work covers the full spectrum of objects from jewellery to monumental sculpture, and from the seemingly mundane and utilitarian to the most valuable and fine.

We have a highly skilled and dedicated team of conservators with extensive experience in the conservation of works of art in metal and other media. From our studios in east London we work on projects anywhere in the country and internationally.

Rupert Harris is a PACR Accredited Conservator-Restorer, a member of ICON and an elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. Our company has been awarded SSIP accreditation from Alcumus SafeContractor for achieving excellence in health and safety in the workplace.

We work within a broadly defined international code of conservation ethics. We adhere to the principal that conservation is the safeguarding of cultural property for the future, by the prevention of deterioration, with the most minimal intervention possible to the object. Our primary responsibility is to the objects on which we work or for which we have a duty of care.

In 1982 we were appointed Metalwork Conservation Advisor to the National Trust. We therefore have responsibility for the conservation and care of all metalwork within the National Trust's collections. Additionally, in 2003 we were appointed Architectural Metalwork Consultant to English Heritage, and we also act as consultants to many other national institutions, architects and private collectors.

Other clients include the Royal Household and Historic Royal Palaces, as well as most major public museums, contemporary art galleries, city councils, architects, art dealers, auction houses and private collectors.

It is our intention to expand this website to provide detailed, free information to students and all those in the conservation community and other interested parties. We have already installed a searchable glossary of technical terms, and additional information pages on the conservation of lead sculpture, and general recommendations for further reading. If you have any suggestions for improvements to our site, please email us.
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