Client: The National Trust

Location: Throughout England and Wales

In 1982 we were appointed Metalwork Conservation Advisor to the National Trust for England and Wales. Since that time we have carried out the conservation of a large proportion of the National Trust's metalwork collection including all forms of metal statuary.  Below are a few examples:

Clockwise from top left: Lead statue of Hercules Slaying the Hydra at Powis Castle; bronze Nymphs at Chirk Castle; lead Diana at Polesden Lacy; lead equestrian statue of George I at Stowe; lead shepherd at Fenton House; bronze of Joan of Arc, electroform of Prince Albert and the Rape of Proserpine group at Cliveden.

Public Sculpture examples