Conservation Work


As well as working on private houses (many of them Grade I) we have undertaken conservation work on important historical woodwork in churches, cathedrals and other public buildings. These include the panelling at Middle Temple Hall, King Stephen’s Throne in Hereford Cathedral, the medieval choirs stalls and canopies at St Mary’s, Nantwich and the Great West Doors at Chester Cathedral.

We are also called upon to reinstate historic woodwork – for example the Royal Apartments in Edinburgh Castle (now known as the Laich Hall) and for the resurrected medieval village at the Walraversijde Museum in West Flanders.

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