Stuccoing and modeling of wood, lime, plaster and porcelain

Historically, Baroque, Rococo, and early 19th century stucco consisted primarily of lime mortar, occasionally mixed with plaster. Later, from the late 19th century, pure plaster stucco was predominantly used. The lime or lime gypsum stucco was made on site. In this area we focus mainly on the reconstruction of broken plaster parts on mirrors or ceiling decorations as well as the repair of broken porcelain and figures. This also includes color adjustment and retouching. Our services include cleaning, exposing, crack repair, gluing and securing as well as retouching and color adjustments.
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