The process of restoring glass objects can vary depending on the pathology or damage that the object may present. From a simple cleaning or the adhesion of broken glass fragments, to the reintegration of new material due to losses of original material.
The materials used in the restoration of glass objects must comply with stability requirements in order not to compromise the original piece. They must also meet optical requirements because most glass pieces are translucent (i.e. can see through the material). This means that the materials used in the repair of the object must also be translucent.
Examples of glass restoration and repair
Restoration of a Murano glass cup
Restoration of an ochre-coloured opaline vase
At Eulàlia Restauradora we have extensive experience in the restoration and repair of glass objects, Murano glass and Waterford glass, as well as stained glass windows, lamps and crystal glasses. Contact me for a personalised quote.