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To meet our clients' needs, we offer "museum quality" and "invisible" restoration and conservation services for objects of art, antiques, antiquities, and collectibles. We have earned our reputation by providing highest quality restoration work, and we strive to maintain this distinction with each and every project our clients entrust to us. Please read Los Angeles Times article about Golberg Restoration Co.
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read more › To bring back the object to its original condition, so the damages will no longer show, and, when necessary, the object will be structurally reinforced. To have the restoration work reversible, and not to damage the object in any way during the work. We are located in West Los Angeles, in close proximity to numerous quality antiques shops. Our close proximity to respectable antiques dealers enables us to serve the community of collectors, dealers, and auction houses. We are open by appointment only.

read more › Our clients entrust their valuable and sentimental items to Golberg Restoration Co. because they care about their artworks and they know that no one can handle restoration as well as the professionals at Golberg Restoration. Golberg Restoration Co. offers you a wide variety of restoration services which means that Golberg Restoration Co. can be a one stop shopping for all your restoration and conservation needs. Besides offering an exceptional selection of services, we at Golberg Restoration Co. differentiate ourselves from the competition by emphasizing quality of our work.

read more › No one can do a better job at restoring porcelains than we will for you. This is why we receive various porcelain restoration orders from all over the world: from walk-in customers in Los Angeles to as far away as shipments from Australia. This means that if you have an item that was broken, after we are done working on it, you will not be able to see the restoration work with a naked eye. Our methodology emphasizes preservation of original. We use cold method restoration technique and all our work is safely reversible.

read more › We brought the painting above back to its original look, performing inpainting and paint layer reinforcement. In case of this oil on canvas painting, we restored large tear in lower right corner. We brought the painting back to its original look, and also performed relining to reinforce the canvas so the tear doesn't reappear. We have painstakenly cleaned this painting, removing old dirt and grime, while ensuring that the original paint layer was untouched. You can see the process in the photograph below which depicts the painting during cleaning.

read more › Enamel is very decorative when it is applied to jewelry. From transparent, to opaque, to champleve enamel, to cloisonnj, to plique-a-jour, to guillachiere enamel, to painted enamels, numerous pieces of jewelry own their grace to enamel work. Enamel use has never been limited to jewelry, and and it has been used to decorate other objects, such as pins, cigarette boxes, lighters, pens, plaques, clock faces and many other items. Unfortunately, even though enamel seems to be strong and durable, it is indeed fragile.

read more › Antiquities, artifacts, and other extremely unique items require utmost care to preserve all of the original media which has survived the time. Restoration of these types of object typically requres "museum quality" restoration technique. Unlike, the "invisible" restoration which places importance on structural reinforcement & cosmetic restoration, "museum quality" restoration stresses conservation of the item. This service ensures longevity of the damaged item. With combined experience of over 50 years, the husband & wife owners of Golberg Restoration Co. have performed "museum quality" conservation in their private practice as well as in the function of restorers at European museum and conservation laboratory.

read more › Bone and especially ivory objects require special care to preserve from environmetal damages. When any such damages occur, there are various methods to reverse the damages. Mildew can be cleaned and any stains removed. Cracking can be restored to appeal visually and preserve the piece structurally. As specialists in "invisible" and "museum quality" restoration & conservation services, we have replicated missing ivory elements for numerous works. In addition to statues and figurines, we also work with any items which have ivory and bone inlay.

read more › These services are similar in nature to our furniture restoration services, yet require different techniquies and technologies to accomodate the unique nature of screen construction and production. Please call, e-mail, or write our office, or follow this link for additional information to place an order.

read more › In many cases we strive to achieve perfection by ensuring that prior damages are left invisible. Nevertheless, as a transparent material, there are times when crystal and glass cannot be restored without cracks visible. Please call, e-mail, or write our office, or follow this link for additional information to place an order.

read more › In case of the above German porcelain doll, we needed to restore the head which was severely damaged. As can be seen from the picture, the head was restored so it looks as if it was never damaged. Then it was placed on its body, a new wig was put on. Magic! No-one can suspect this doll was severely damaged before Golberg Restoration Co. did its work. What this means to you is that if you have an item that was damaged, after we are done working on it, you will not be able to see the restoration work with a naked eye.

read more › When an object cannot be restored due to severe missing areas, or when a part of the object is missing, our custom reproduction services allow our clients to have their object whole. We were approached with a pair of Sevre vases that had missing lids. We recreated the lids in ceramic to have similar weight and feel to the vase. Matching the color and glaze are important elements of the job. Finally, the gilding (including raised, matte and shiny gold) was done to completely match the original vases.

read more › Utilizing time-proven techniques together with traditional and new-age advanced materials, we have developed a new and unique technology which allows us to safely recover the original beauty of work, dirty, and damaged artworks carved from turtle shell. Below is an example of proper and safe cleaning of turtle shell. The picture on the left shows how dirty and dull the turtle shell object has become. In the middle, we had cleaned only one half of the mirror as an illustration of the proper restoration technique.

read more › Below is an example of proper and safe cleaning of gilded icon frame. The picture on the left shows how dirty and dull the object has become. In the middle, we had partially cleaned the frame as an illustration of the proper cleaning technique. The picture on the right shows the whole frame cleaned, polished, and brought back to its original luster. Note, this is proper cleaning which does not remove any of the gilding. Plating is a technique of applying a thin layer of a metal over another metal (typically brass, bronze, and silver).

read more › Golberg Restoration Co. offers you a wide variety of restoration services which means that Golberg Restoration Co. can be a one stop shopping for all your restoration and conservation needs. We at Golberg Restoration Co. differentiate ourselves from the competition by emphasizing quality of our work. We have earned our reputation by striving to achieve perfection. We have extensive experience of over 30 years handlening repairs of art objects following natural disasters. Our high quality restoration work will make sure that you will be delighted with the way your job is restored.

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