For the creation of concrete, object-based restoration concepts, we are in close collaboration and discussion with relevant conservationists, scientists and art historians. In this way, we can provide specific solutions for individual questions and problems.

Our workshop and our team have a wide range of techniques, procedures and equipment, and are always ready to educate themselves further and to develop new methods. In this way, we can guarantee that we can cover the diverse requirements of monument conservation work. Our numerous collaborations have always proved to be fruitful. For example, the first "lead-free leaded glass", which in turn was initiated by a project of heritage protection in the context of a whole-pane doubling.

We are pleased to advise you on the spot as part of pre-planning, showing possibilities by means of extensive archive materials and making corresponding non-binding offers, including photographic documentation and expert opinion.

Our services range from minor repair and post-sealing work to extensive large-scale projects.

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Separate workshop rooms
A separate, specialised department for the restoration of historical glass paintings was set up in order to meet the rapidly changing demands for monument preservation in a detailed and efficient manner. A team of highly qualified graduate restorers was hired. The workshop rooms are optimally equipped with regard to work safety, fire protection and theft.

Interdisciplinary collaboration
With the creation of this new department, a network of partnerships and cooperations has developed. This allows us to offer tailor-made complete solutions within the framework of state-of-the-art techniques and with the latest insights. Of course, high-quality and extensive equipment plays an important role, and this is constantly expanded in a meaningful way.

Technical equipment
or documentation purposes, we have a high-quality selection of large-scale cameras, SLR cameras, digital SLR cameras, microscopes, etc. and a professional photographic laboratory with ideal, adjustable light conditions. The graphical documentation is possible both manually and digitally on mapping devices. We have aerosol nebulisers for the treatment of microbial infestations, various climatic measuring devices and we are familiar with the handling of glass sensors in the protective glazing gap.

For transport, we offer data loggers that monitor vibrations to which the material being transported is exposed.

Each restoration concept is as individual as the artwork to be restored

In order to be able to plan a tailor-made conservation or restoration for a historical glass painting, we are in close and lively exchange with the respective builders, specialist planners and the relevant monument conservationists. As a rule, the result is a viable and reasonable decision based on all-round consensus.

Our high qualified Team in the Restoration Department

If you have any questions or need some more information, please write an email or call us!

Markus Kleine
Dipl. des. hist.
Head Rest. Dept.
phone +49 5251 1609731

Simone Schmidt
Dipl. Rest.

phone +49 5251 1609738

Christa Heidrich
Dipl. Rest.

phone +49 5251 1609732

Ronja Lammers
Dipl. Rest.

phone +49 5251 1609745

Stefan Merschmann
Head of the
Concrete Glazing Dept.
phone +49 5251 1609735

Frank Schüren
Head of the
phone +49 5251 1609736

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