NICHOLSON RESTORATION
 
 
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Ceramics Gallery
 
 
Furniture and Wood Restoration by G Nicholson - furniture maker and restorer since 1984
 
 
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Specialists Restoration to Remembrance Poppy
 
 
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Wooden display stands
 
 
Victorian Papier Mache
 
 
Clock Face Enamel
 
 
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ORIGINAL ARTWORK FOR SALE BY TRACEY NICHOLSON
Here are a few of Tracey's original paintings, (local scenes)new ones will be added and on display in the workshop.
 
 

Ceramics Gallery

Some before and after photographs.

A Wedgewood fairyland bowl before and after restoration.






Toby Jug with part of hat missing.
Missing area modelled.
 


Replacement hat now coloured and glazed to match the original.


Inside view of hat.


Beswick Horse and jockey. Damage to both legs and the tail.


Completed item, fully restored.


Oriental style lamp base. Damage to rim.


The rim has been repaired and restored and the intricate gilding painted on to match the existing gold.


An earthenware figurine with badly damaged head.


Figure fully restored to the head and face.


A Meissen pottery figure of a badminton player (missing badminton racket.)


Figure completed with new badminton racket made and coloured.


Imari bowl with 2 rim chips


Imari bowl fully restored.


A Royal Doulton figure with hand missing.


A new replacement hand had to be made to represent the original.



A lamp stand with missing foot.


Lamp has had a new foot made to match the original.


A ceramic tiger with missing ear


Tiger now showing the new replacement ear 


Tigers ear now fully restored 


The Ginger jar needed a new lid making to match the original which was missing. Picture shows new lid in the making. 

Ginger Jar which had a missing lid. A replacement lid is made, show in picture before hand colouring.

Shown in this picture with new relacement lid completed.



A Beswick Kingfisher with a broken beak.


Beswick Kingfisher with beak restored.


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