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Plowden & Smith Ltd.

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Business Ownerkevin Smit
Employees11 - 50 People

Company Introduction

An Internationally recognised antique restoration & conservation company that has expertise in all types of object/media. We also provide exhibition mounting & installation for museums and galeries. departments include Furniture, Metalwork, Decorative art, Precious materials, Stone, monumental sculpture, Paintings, Contemporary art, Ceramics & glass et al. We have Royal Warrants from Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II as well as Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother. Exhibitions where we have mounted and installed the objects include The Crown Jewels at the Tower of London, Diana, Princess of Wales Museum at Althorp House, The Holocaust Exhibition at the Imperial War Museum and many others including museums in Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Berlin, Washington, Los Angeles. Conservation/Restoration projects can be taken on from our workshops in London or on site. We have specialities in the restoration/conservation of ancient bronze artifacts, waterloged oriental lacquer, contemporary art, fine metalwork. Our senior conservators (five) are accredited by the United Kingdom Institute for Conservation and we are on the Museums and Galleries Commision list of recognised conservators. Institutional clients include English Heritage and The National Trust. We class ourselves as being the largest and most comprehensive private company in the world to offer a professional conservation and restoration service.

Contact Information

Contact PersonMr. Kevin Smith
Telephone44-20-8874 4005
Fax Number44-20-8874 7248
Website
Post CodeSW18 2RT
Address190 St Ann's Hill, LONDON, United Kingdom
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