Joyce Terreni’s Plastic Arts Restoration Studio has specialised for ten years in the conservation and restoration of antique, modern and contemporary works of art. The studio restores terracotta, majolica, earthenware, grès stoneware, porcelain, plaster, stucco, papier mâché, glass, wax and ivory works of art. The studio also restores stone, mosaic, commessi in pietre dure and concrete objects.
The studio works for ecclesiastical and private entities, museums, galleries, foundations, auction houses, antique dealers as well as for private, national and foreign collectors. Over the years, we have successfully developed a very solid relationship of client loyalty.
It is a priority to understand the client's needs, to know how to best advise the client and then decide together on the most appropriate measures to be taken to restore the object, acting in complete respect of the artwork and using reversible materials.
Research is aimed at finding the right solution for each object and the continuous updating combined with the use of modern and sophisticated equipment, are the principles that distinguish this restoration studio's activity.
Where necessary, the studio collaborates with restorers operating in other sectors. It also makes use of the technical-scientific support from art historians, professionals specialised in the diagnostics of cultural heritage and photographers, as well as from many other professionals in the field.