Heritage Restoration and Design Studio has been in the restoration and preservation business for six generations. Each successive generation has added to the knowledge base, totalling over 275 years of practice and experience. Our clients are from coast to coast in the USA as well as in Europe.
We offer professional museum quality conservation and restoration services for an impressive list of fine art elements. We also provide full replication services for a wide variety of mediums especially polymers, woods, hard resins, glass and stones.
Past Restoration Experience
- Statuary and Reliefs, Polychrome
- Metal Objects
- Stained Glass
- Antique Fencing
- Antique Wood Furniture
- Antique Architectural Mill-working
- Fine Metalwares for Courthouses, Churches, Theaters, University Buildings and Homes
- Oil Paintings
- Interior/Exterior Frescos
- Water Damage Due to Flooding, Tornadoes, Hurricanes
- Mold Growth on Images and Documents
- Smoke Damage from Fire and Heat
- Insurance Claims and Appraisals
Mediums We Restore or Replicate
- Plated Substrates
- Paintings and Prints
- Original Prints
- Antique Wood Furniture and Frames
- Antique Stained Glass
- Historic Mosaics
- Gilding in Gold, Silver, Copper
- Faux Finishes – Wood Graining, Marbleizing, Graniteizing
Historic replication is a skill set we employ on a daily basis. Replication can mean duplicating an original object such as a statue or window. It can also be interpreted as replication of a single element such as a missing frame component or plaster casting.
- Marble, Wood, Plaster Statuary and Reliefs
- Stained Glass Windows and Panels
- Interior and Exterior Antique Mill-working
- Oil Paintings on Canvas by the Masters
- Antique Wood Frames
- Faux Finishes
- Plaster or Resin Castings
- Metalwares, Door and Window Hardware, Pulls and Knobs
Between our expertise in fine arts restoration and the full reproduction services we provide, Heritage Restoration and Design Studio is your ‘one stop shop’, located conveniently in Central Illinois.
Our company’s mission is to “Design, Restore and Preserve for the Future”.