Parks, Gardens & Fountains

Eura Conservation has had much success in the restoration and conservation of parks, gardens and fountains both publicly and privately. We ensure the prolonged life and integrity of these areas, conserving through the use of stone, brick, glass, metal, and wood. Please view some of our projects below to help get a sense of scale and importance of our previous projects.

The Swiss Garden, Bedfordshire

As the listings suggest it was vital to choose a suitable method of cleaning the metalwork to enable a protective coating of modern two-pack epoxy and polyurethane paint to be used ensuring a high degree of protection thereby...

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Kew Gardens – Temperate House.

This three year project involves careful recording and dismantling of every component of this unique building.    Cleaning trials will be undertaken to ascertain the most effective method of removing the very many years of...

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Japanese and Chinese Cranes – Garden Ornaments

Throughout Asia, the crane is a symbol of happiness and eternal youth. In Japan, the crane is one of a group of mystical or holy creatures and symbolizes good fortune and longevity because of its fabled life span of a thousand...

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Venus Fountain

This beatifully sculpted fountain with Venus, attended by cherubs and drawn by magical sea creatures was created by English/American sculptor, Thomas Waldo Story (1855 – 1915). Originally the fountain was part of a...

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Jaffe Fountain

A wonderful 1870s drinking fountain which commemorated the life of one of Belfast’s Jewish benefactors, Daniel Jaffe, had long suffered neglect and vandalism. Eura documented the fountain, dismantled it and transported each...

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Crystal Palace Park

A century of neglect In the 100 years since the last maintenance, the 32 statues have suffered from the effects of armature corrosion, weather and vandalism: the lead had distorted and cracked, and several statues or parts of...

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