Eura Conservation’s experience in the restoration and conservation of sculptures has helped build up a positive reputation over the years. 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.

All Saint’s Church, Lytch Gate

The brass plaques were carefully cleaned  before the frames were repaired, adapted to receive safety glass with an gap between the plaques and the glass and repainted. The new names were carefully designed in a font to match...

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Memorial Plaques – Private Client

As part of an extensive educational project these plaques had every name researched and documented.  Not only were the pupils able to see the names of long lost forces but were able to have them ‘brought to life’ by...

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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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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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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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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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