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Wentworth Woodhouse

Wentworth Woodhouse

Condition assessment of wall painting scheme by the Swedish artist Elias Martin in the Drawing Room at Sunbury Court.

Conservation of 18th century wall paintings

Conservation of 18th century wall paintings

Condition assessment of wall painting scheme by the Swedish artist Elias Martin in the Drawing Room at Sunbury Court.

Reinstallation of the Fordington Mosaic at Dorset Museum

Reinstallation of the Fordington Mosaic at Dorset Museum

Dorset Museum appointed Cliveden Conservation to lift a precious Romano-British pavement mosaic from its floor position and redisplay it vertically in the newly designed atrium.

Conservation of an early 17th century lime plaster ceiling

Conservation of an early 17th century lime plaster ceiling

Cliveden Conservation was invited by building surveyors Crowther Overton-Hart to survey and carry out the repair of an early 17th century lime plaster ceiling

Conservation of Harley Street terrace house hand-modelled stucco ceiling

Conservation of Harley Street terrace house hand-modelled stucco ceiling

In early 2018 Buxton Building Contractors Ltd were granted the contract for the refurbishment of the Grade 2 listed terraced house at 17 Harley Street, Marylebone, by The Howard de Walden Estate.

Biddulph Grange, National Trust

Biddulph Grange, National Trust

The James Bateman Geological Gallery (1862) at Biddulph Grange contains a selection of fossils and geological strata.

Willesden Jewish Cemetery

Willesden Jewish Cemetery

Cliveden Conservation has continued its involvement with Willesden Jewish Cemetery.

Church of St John, Hackney, London

Church of St John, Hackney, London

Cliveden Conservation was commissioned by Hackney Church to undertake the remedial treatment and reinstallation of memorials and brass plaques.

Stowe National Trust: Nine Muses

Stowe National Trust: Nine Muses

Stowe National Trust’s aims to reinstate the lost temples and monuments that once dressed the landscaped gardens like pieces of a theatre set.

Blickling Estate National Trust

Blickling Estate National Trust

Blickling Hall is an imposing 17th century Jacobean stately home in the custody of the National Trust

Mussenden Temple County Londonderry

Mussenden Temple County Londonderry

Cliveden Conservation was appointed by the National Trust to repair the limestone floor of the Mussenden Temple located in the stunning surroundings of Downhill Demesne near Castlerock in county Londonderry.

Conservation of a Norman Capital

Conservation of a Norman Capital

St John the Baptist Church in Stone near Aylesbury was built around AD1135 and is renowned for having one of the finest Norman fonts in the country

The Church of St Peter and St Paul

The Church of St Peter and St Paul

Cliveden Conservation was honoured to be commissioned to conserve four of its medieval tombs, two effigies of knights, a wall monument and a white marble seventeenth-century urn.

Robert Adam Ceiling

Robert Adam Ceiling

One of the finest surviving Robert Adam ceilings and an important English carpet can be found in the neo-classical Saloon at Saltram House.

Chester Cathedral Wall Mosaic

Chester Cathedral Wall Mosaic

The wall mosaic on the east wall of the St Erasmus Chapel, designed by JR Clayton and executed by A Salviati, was installed as a memorial to Thomas Brassey and his wife in 1879.

Watts Gallery – Artists’ Village

Watts Gallery – Artists’ Village

Watts Gallery – Artists’ Village in Surrey commissioned Cliveden Conservation to create a bespoke winter cover to protect the ornamental nineteenth-century terracotta well head (Grade II listed) designed by Mary Watts.

St Mary Magdalene Church, Paddington, London

St Mary Magdalene Church, Paddington, London

The St Mary Magdalene development combines a restored Grade 1 Listed heritage jewel with a modern purpose-built Living Heritage Centre – London’s newest community and cultural venue.

Cromer War Memorial Norfolk

Cromer War Memorial Norfolk

Cromer War Memorial, originally designed by WD Caröe in 1919, had suffered severe wind-driven, seaward weather conditions over the years.

Mount Stewart, National Trust

Mount Stewart, National Trust

Mount Stewart, which is cared for by the National Trust, is one of Ireland’s most treasured tourist attractions.

Replica Statues for Stowe

Replica Statues for Stowe

With the original statues of Stowe now scattered due to the great auctions of Stowe House in 1921 and 1922, the National Trust has been seeking the return of originals or gain permission to have faithful replicas cast.

The Campbell Family Mausoleum

The Campbell Family Mausoleum

The Campbell Family Mausoleum (Grade II* listed building), St Mary’s RC Cemetery in Kensal Green was erected in 1904 to the designs of the architect Charles Henry Bourne Quennell and is a high-quality example of an Edwardian mausoleum in a striking neo-Byzantine style.

Replica Sculpted Lions

Replica Sculpted Lions

The Bath Workshop was commissioned to replicate the missing lions using their expert stone carving skills.

Ballymena and District’s War Memorial

Ballymena and District’s War Memorial

While working on behalf of Mid and East Antrim Borough Council, WW1 Research Ireland discovered that names were missing from Ballymena and District’s War Memorial.

The Roman Baths, City of Bath World Heritage Site

The Roman Baths, City of Bath World Heritage Site

The Roman Baths, at the heart of the City of Bath World Heritage Site, consists of the well preserved remains of one of the greatest sacred spas of the ancient world.

Medieval Pavement in Oxford is saved as a piece of Architectural Art

Medieval Pavement in Oxford is saved as a piece of Architectural Art

During the initial stages of the construction of the new Westgate Oxford shopping centre, excavations revealed extensive remains of the medieval Greyfriars friary (AD 1244-1538), including a decorative tile pavement.

Thomas Hardy altarpiece is returned to its original splendour

Thomas Hardy altarpiece is returned to its original splendour

Cleaning and repair of a forgotten treasure which had been hidden for nearly a century.

Reading Abbey Ruins

Reading Abbey Ruins

Reading Borough Council launched its ‘Reading Abbey Revealed’ project with the aim of conserving the scheduled and listed remains and re-opening them to the public by spring 2018.

Repair of Venus and Cupid statue

Repair of Venus and Cupid statue

The marble statue had suffered serious damage during a fire and was feared to be irreparable

St Albans Cathedral

St Albans Cathedral

In 2015, a two-year programme of repairs to the West Front commenced to repair and protect the medieval stonework of the west porches, the surrounding 19th century masonry, the grand oak doors and the First World War memorial window.

Temple of Bacchus

Temple of Bacchus

Painshill Park Trust is committed to researching and restoring Painshill 18th Century landscape garden as near as possible to the concept of its creator, the Hon. Charles Hamilton.

Recreating the Gothic Cross National Trust, Stowe

Recreating the Gothic Cross National Trust, Stowe

The Roman Baths, at the heart of the City of Bath World Heritage Site, consists of the well preserved remains of one of the greatest sacred spas of the ancient world.

Corpus Christi College Chapel, Oxford

Corpus Christi College Chapel, Oxford

Cliveden Conservation was appointed by Kingerlee Ltd ( Principal contractor) and Gray Baynes + Shew (Architects) to carry out specialist conservation work to Corpus Christi College Chapel Oxford, as part of a major refurbishment project.

Peterborough Cathedral, Cambridgeshire

Peterborough Cathedral, Cambridgeshire

The team from the Houghton workshop in Norfolk were the conservators behind the fantastic mosaic floor conservation in the cathedral presbytery which consisted of replacement tesserae and substrate stabilisation.

St Mary’s Church Spire, Datchet, Berkshire

St Mary’s Church Spire, Datchet, Berkshire

St Mary’s Church which is situated in the quaint village of Datchet has been the focus of a local fundraising campaign to save its steeple for several years.

Wimpole Gothic Tower Folly, National Trust, Cambridgeshire

Wimpole Gothic Tower Folly, National Trust, Cambridgeshire

The Gothic Tower, designed to look like a picturesque medieval ruin, is based on a sketch by the architect Sanderson Miller in 1749 for his patron, Lord Hardwicke, the owner of Wimpole

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