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.

Bannockburn Heritage Centre: Equestrian statue – Robert the Bruce

Robert the Bruce, famous for beating the English army of Edward ll despite having far fewer troops, is commemorated at the 1314 battleground in Bannockburn. A statue, sculpted by Pilkington Jackson and cast in Cheltenham by HH...

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South African War Memorial.

The South African War Memorial (1906),  sculpted by local artist Albert Toft (1862 – 1949), had suffered from the effects of acid rain, other environmental deposits, vandalism and some historic settlement of the granite...

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Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders Monument

Situated high above the city of Stirling, this cast bronze memorial to the dead of the Boer War had suffered from exposure to wind and freezing rain and frost. Working closely with Historic Scotland, we removed the statue from...

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Peper Harow Memorial Plaques. St Nicholas Church

The larger of the two plaques is dedicated to Sir Henry Dalrymple-White (1820-1886), an Army General, who commanded the 6th Inniskilling Dragoons during the Crimean War. The smaller plaque is dedicated to his first wife Louisa,...

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The sculpture had a new armature put in place and the pieces were carefully reinstated, The whole of the sculpture was suffering from minor corrosion which was sensitively removed and the whole thing cleaned with a non-ionic...

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A Worker

by John Paddison (job no 3845) This fibreglass sculpture is one of several by John Paddison; artist and lecturer at Wolverhampton College of Art during the mid-1960s. It was acquired by Wolverhampton Art Gallery in 1961 and is...

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