Conservation and restoration treatments aim to stabilise objects who’s condition is degrading or to improve its aesthetics.

- Dust and dirt removal, cleaning

- Pest treatments in case of mold or insects contamination: isolated or group treatment (protocols used: oxygen deprivation or deep freezing) Pest treatments performed on collections for Musée Granet, Musée des Beaux-Arts de Menton, Musée d'Art et d'Histoire Roger Quillot, Villa Ephrussi de Rotschild.

- Structural and surface consolidation: facing, flaking and consolidation of cracks and damaged woods

- Over-paints and brass-paint removal

- Loss reinstatement: filling, moulding, carving

- Partial or full regilding, fillers and losses touch-ups

- Surface protection, wax and varnishes

- Preservation and protection of ancient marks (labels, inscriptions, stamps…)

- Treatment reports and photographic documentation

- Wooden objects: painted and gilded wood, marquetry, cabinet-making, wooden structures

- Organic materials: textile, leather and parchment, wax, mother of pearl, turtle shell, paper, photography, ivory, antler…

- Inorganic materials: plaster, glass, ceramic, stone, metal, marble…

- Modern materials: synthetic resins, glass fiber, rubber, silicon, plastics…