Part one – January 2017 Shortly before Christmas we got an extra special delivery to the Brighton studio; a collection of 39 Canterbury Cathedral colours, predominantly from The East Kent Regiment Buffs Chapel and some from one of the cathedral Transepts. The Buff’s Chapel is currently closed for cleaning and the flags’ necessary removal for …
After a great response to our end of 2015 newsletter, From Caffoys to Cowboys, we’ve decided to make it a yearly tradition and round off what has been a hectic year
The Victoria & Albert Museums’ latest major exhibition, ‘Opus Anglicanum: Masterpieces of English Medieval Embroidery’ opens on October 1st featuring rare and outstanding examples of ‘Opus Anglicanum’ (English work)
This bold and colourful military patchwork quilt is from Tunbridge Wells Museum and Art Gallery. It came to our studio for conservation before being loaned to Tate Britain for the recent British Folk Art exhibition. It then returned for another period of display back in Tunbridge Wells Museum.
A year on from the fire at NT’s Clandon Park we wanted to update you on our involvement with the State bed there
We are thrilled to be launching our first newsletter and blog at long last and at the end of a really busy year.