Why carry out a study?
The restoration process is often done after what is called “a preliminary study”. These studies can be more or less detailed and are destined to prepare us for a possible restoration.
The workshop carries out many of these studies, under order of the state, local authorities or museums. They help understand the historical background and the creation methods of the pieces. They also allow us to identify any problems regarding the conservation, and look at the cost of the restoration process.