Sculptures, Memorials and Plaques

Eura Conservation’s long experience in the conservation and restoration of sculptures, memorials and plaques has helped build up a positive reputation over the years. Over the years, bronze, lead, aluminium, marble, limestone, granite and even fibreglass sculptures have passed through our workshops. We are also happy to work on site where needed and applicable, with our team which includes accredited conservators and technicians, graduate sculptors and artists with a wide range of technical and craft skills at our extensive workshops. We ensure the prolonged life and integrity of the historic items rolling back the years and breathing new life into these newly restored historic objects.Please view some of our projects below to help get a sense of scale and importance of our previous projects.

Oldham War Memorial – Plaques

The first part of the process required total removal of all old wax and lacquer and a thorough steam clean to enable crisp and clean moulds to be made.  These silicone moulds were then reinforced to keep the gentle curve prior...

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Oldham War Memorial – Sculpture

Albert Toft (1862 – 1949) is a celebrated Midlands born sculptor. He has a number of War Memorials in the area and Eura Conservation are pleased to have been involved in the conservation of at least four: Cannon Hill South...

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Justice: Warwick Courthouse.

Placed in a niche above the courthouse in Warwick the figure of Justice should have been an imposing sight.  Sadly deterioration and vandalism over the years meant that despite looking just about acceptable from a distance...

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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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Prince Albert – “Man on the ‘Oss”

Prince Albert is portrayed in this Thomas Thornycroft sculpture in Field Marshall’s uniform with the Order of the Garter. It was unveiled in 1866 by Queen Victoria when she visited Wolverhampton; her first public engagement...

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Bannockburn Heritage Centre: bronze plaques.

A variety of bronze plaques explain the battle of Bannockburn,  one shows the place of the ‘Borestone’, where Robert the Bruce planted his standard during the battle. During the extensive renovation and conservation...

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