Check out the four levels of service we offer to meet your restoration needs.
Art Repair and
In our repertoire of restoration specialties, Mumford Restoration is proud to also offer art restoration and repair services to our clientele. Our art restoration specialists and art conservators maintain the value of your fine art by offering the highest quality craftsmanship and attention to detail. As art restorers, we offer a broad range of conservation services including:
Art Restorer Philosophy
Check out the video of an 1850s Paul Weber painting we restored for the Warren County Arts Council.
Our eye is always on the details. We preserve an artist’s work without taking away from it through the restoration process. We restore artwork we do not redo it. Our goal is to keep your artwork alive so that other generations may enjoy them. Nothing gives us more pleasure than to see a treasured family piece of art or an antique restored to its former glory.
Mumford Restoration combines state of the art technology with proven conservative practices to make nicks, chips and cracks virtually disappear or to make missing parts or pieces reappear. Our intricate hand painting allows us to revive a piece’s original color and to obtain a perfect color match. Such attention to detail leads to a wonderfully restored piece that will be enjoyed for many more years.
Do you have a painting, portrait, sculpture, or another piece of art you'd like to repair or restore? Connect with a Restoration Consultant today.
Artwork We Restore
Some of our art restoration work includes:
|Plates and Pottery||Vintage Signs and Collectibles|
Touch Up Vs Restoration
Our services can be grouped into two categories – Touch Up or Restoration.
Touch up includes anything from dents, nicks, scratches, water marks and other damage and blemishes to all types of materials or mediums.
Restoration can involve a partial or full restoration. In either case, we cover every aspect of the process from filling, sanding, painting, and finishing.
Ozone, disassemble, full cleaning, restore art, treat foxing, repair holes or tears, re-stretch or relining, in-painting, revarnish, restore or replace frame, recast missing relief work, replace liner, gold or silver leafing, install art, new paper backing, new hardware, wrap with paper and inventory label.
Ozone to remove odor, disassemble, discard acidic materials, full cleaning, treat foxing, stretch artwork if needed, revarnish, digital scan, new backboard, replace liner, restore or replace frame, gold rubbing or glazing, install art, new paper backing, new hardware, wrap with paper and inventory label.
Ozone to remove odor, disassemble, discard acidic materials, full cleaning, replace glass, art dry mounted or hinge mounted, digital scan, cut new non-acidic mat, touchup frame, install art, new paper backing and new hardware, wrap with paper and inventory label.
Ozone to remove odor, disassemble, clean inside and out, reassemble, wrap with paper and inventory label.
Art Restoration: How It Works
We begin every art restoration with an evaluation from our
Art Restoration Team. Every project is unique and requires a customized approach to ensure the integrity of the piece(s) is preserved and the appropriate treatment provided.
Once our team evaluates your piece(s), we'll provide you with a report of our assessment and recommendations for restoration, preservation, and/or repair and associated costs.
Art Evaluations cost $250+tax. We credit half of that towards the art restoration cost if you proceed with the project.