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The Rug Lady
Antique Hooked Rug and Persian Rug Restoration
The Textile Conservancy
The Textile Conservancy undertakes conservation projects for museums, heritage organisations and corporate companies as well as private clients. The most appropriate treatment is selected for the cleaning and repair of historic textiles, rugs and tapestries. Complementary services include collection surveys, exhibition and display work, condition reports, on-site treatment.The Textile Conservancy Company Limited is included on the Conservation Register operated by the UK Institute for Conservation (UKIC).
The Textile Conservation Studio
The Textile Conservation Studio at Hampton Court Palace is unique. Founded at the turn of the 20th century, 50 years after Queen Victoria opened the palace to the public, it was incorporated into the William Morris Company in 1912. Since that time the Studio has cared for the collections of the palace and now shares its expertise and technical excellence with a wide variety of external clients from large organizations to private owners of small heirlooms.
Tina Kane Textile Restoration & Conservation
Tina Kane is an Associate Conservator in the Textile Conservation Department at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, and principal of Tina Kane Textile Restoration & Conservation, with studios in Warwick, New York.