Recent National Trust projects include:
Hardwick Hall, Derbyshire - the continued conservation of a set of 13 huge 16th-century tapestries, a project that has required careful project management over the past 15 years. We are currently working on the 11th tapestry in the set.
Hardwick Hall, Derbyshire – conservation of the Lucretia hanging, the second of a set of large embroideries, from the Great Hangings series.
Knole, Kent - the continued conservation of two State beds the late 17th-century James II bed and early 17th-century Spnagled bed, involving complex treatments of the numerous component parts. During these project our staff have worked alongside conservators of other disciplines, house staff and fundraisers.
Cragside House, Northumberland - Conservation to a 19th-century Chenille carpet
Dunham Massey, Cheshire – treatment and netting of Queen Anne chairs.
Claydon, Buckinghamshire - the conservation and mounting for display of Lord Verneys Robe, a 17th-century doublet, bodice and stays and a rare 17th-century man’s wedding suit.
Powis, Powys - survey and advice for the installation of Tipus tent on loan to the V&A Museum.
Powis, Powys - Conservation treatment to 16th-century Reception of an Embassy tapestry.
Arlington, Devon - survey of 19th-century silk wall hangings.
Recent Private Client projects include:
Univeristy of Oxford, Bodleian Library, Oxford - Conservation of 16th-century English Map tapestries
Houghton Hall / V&A Museum – on site cleaning and netting of seat furniture.
Westminster Abbey, London - conservation of four embroidered panels from Elizabeth II’s Coronation.
Hopetoun House, Scotland – consultancy visits for tapestry conservation project.