Areas of expertise:

· Gates and railings · Bronzes, Memorials and Sculptures · Ships, Trains and Planes · Bridges and Piers · Bandstands, Fountains and Buildings · Ceramics and Tiles

Sovereign’s Entrance Gates: Palace of Wesminster

The gates used by Her Majesty for the State opening of Parliament [photo via the 'Telegraph'] had become corroded and shabby. Eura Conservation Ltd removed the main gate and the pedstrian gates for refurbishment in our Telford...

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HEROMAT

The FP7 multidisciplinary research cooperation project HEROMAT is directed towards the development of innovative environmental friendly materials with value added functions aimed to the protection of immovable Cultural Heritage...

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Queen Victoria’s Bathing Machine

The perfect place for a regal swim!  The beach by Osborne House on the Isle of Wight was a popular place with the Queen and her family.  Prince Albert believed in the health giving properties of sea bathing so a bathing machine...

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Waddesdon Manor

 Eura Conservation removed the ornate gates and railings from the lodge house at Waddesdon Manor and transported them to our well-equipped workshops in Telford. At the   workshops we undertook cleaning back to bare metal,...

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Highclere Castle Gates

Highclere Castle’s 1000 acres of sweeping parkland create a space of peace and tranquility.  The main entrance to the park in Victorian times was through the London Lodge Gates.  By the time they were removed to our...

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The Year of the Child – Hyde Park

There were particular probelms with several aspects of this sculpture and drinking fountain.  The bronze itself had some bad cracks and scratches with green corrosion products showing in many places on the surface. Having...

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