Botanicals – Part 1

A group of 18th Century intaglio prints came in with burns from acidic mounts and old French mats. Miller Fenwood used a soaking process to remove the prints from the mounts, then conservation chemistry to address the acids, stains, and fungal invasions. New French mats and new glass will hold the prints in the client’s original frames. More to come. . .

 

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