Treatment can be performed on
site or in our
facilities in Dresden, Germany. We serve clients
All treatments follow the ethical guidelines of
AIC (American Institute for
Conservation of Historic and Artistic Work) and
Council of Museums) and contain a written and photographic
documentation and - if necessary - a scientific analysis.
report and treatment proposal are prepared for each object. Each report
includes a written documentation of the object's condition and a
proposal for its treatment and a cost estimate. We strive to
realistically estimate the number of hours a project will require. We
perform our conservation efficiently and to the highest quality.
The examination report and treatment proposal is without charge if
the treatment is elected at our facility. However, if the treatment is
not elected, the cost of preparing the documents(examination report and
treatment proposal) will be invoiced.
If conservation treatment is elected, documentation of the
process including photographs is provided. The cost of the
report is included in the cost estimate.