Windows & Wood

Eura Conservation’s experience in the restoration and conservation of windows and wooden items is comparable to none. We ensure the prolonged life and integrity of these items of historic value. Please view some of our projects below to help get a sense of scale and importance of our previous projects.

King James 1 School, Bishop Aukland.

This Grade 11 listed building, dating back to 1910, was to be transformed into a Sixth Form Centre for the school, as part of a wider school redevelopment. All the windows had to be removed, repaired painted and refitted along...

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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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Queen Victoria’s Bathing Machine

The perfect place for a regal swim!  The beach by Osborne House on the Isle of Wight was a popular place with the Queen and her family.  Prince Albert believed in the health giving properties of sea bathing so a bathing machine...

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Radcliffe Camera

Graffiti is not just a recent phenomena.  Students at Oxford University, in past centuries, climbed to the topmost windows of the Radcliffe Camera to scratch their names,  initials and date in the delicate glass.  Eura...

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Castle Drogo

 The granite of Dartmoor’s quarries became the stunning building blocks for Castle Drogo, designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens for Julius Drewe.  The newest castle in England, set in the splendour of rural Devon, with wonderful...

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Brunel Institute Seminar Room Wall

The SS Great Britain When the ss Great Britain was fitted with sails it was also sheathed in pine, sealed with pitch and red lead putty. This planking, removed from the original iron hull had stood for many years awaiting an...

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