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Conservation works with the layers of history accumulated over the object’s lifetime, it is not just about restoring what has been lost.  Conservation is concerned with the prevention of further deterioration and preserving the history and craft that went into the object of which the details may become forgotten over time. Conservation can inform and inspire us by providing a valuable window into our past.

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A visit to Stephen Walters and Sons Ltd.
A visit to Stephen Walters and Sons Ltd.
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Stephen Walters and Sons Ltd. ~ Woven in England since 1720 From Spitalfields to Sudbury, Stephen Walters and Sons Ltd.…

High Sheriff of Suffolk Visit
High Sheriff of Suffolk Visit
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We were delighted to welcome Geoffrey Probert, the High Sheriff of Suffolk, to our Studio on Wednesday, 4th October.  Geoffrey…

A visit to the Gainsborough Silk Weaving Company
A visit to the Gainsborough Silk Weaving Company
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When a team of designers from the Gainsborough Silk Weaving Company visited our 10th Anniversary Open Day, and said how…

Chinese Robes Exhibited at Melford Hall
Chinese Robes Exhibited at Melford Hall
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In September we had the privilege to work with Melford Hall of Long Melford in Suffolk.  The National Trust House…