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Restoring items from historic homes and sites is a wonderful opportunity for us, and an honor. We are often entrusted with precious artifacts from numerous institutions where our abilities in restoration and conservation are needed. Preserving historic authenticity is of primary importance, as is ensuring that restored pieces will endure for future generations to enjoy.
More than mere decorative beauty, and beyond their intrinsic value as antiques, the architectural details and furnishings of historic sites possess social and educational significance that requires special care to properly preserve. Our sensitive and meticulous handling of historical preservation projects has enabled us to work with numerous conservators, historic home owners, museums, private collectors, and antiques aficionados. Among them have been Melrose Plantation and The Johnson House, Natchez National Historical Park; Oakland Plantation, Cane River Creole National Historic Park; The Phillip Shutze Collection at The Swan House, Atlanta History Center; The Governor’s Mansion, Atlanta, Georgia; The Governor’s Mansion, Columbia South Carolina; The Executive Residence, Nashville, Tennessee; The Hermitage, Nashville, Tennessee; The Tivoli Historic Theater, Chattanooga, Tennessee; The James K. Polk Home, Columbia, Tennessee; The Thomas Wolfe Memorial, Asheville, North Carolina; and numerous other historic sites and museums.