Do you have a document or work of art on paper that has suffered tears or losses? This structural damage can be repaired, stabilizing and preserving your paper artifact for many years to come. Tears and losses are usually conserved with archival Japanese tissues.
The type of repair is customized to match the nature of your paper artifact, and blend sympathetically with the original paper.
How do you arrange to have your paper repaired?
:: We will make arrangements for a consultation. I offer complimentary consultations for clients who can meet me at my Greensboro studio, or you can arrange to mail the volume to my studio for evaluation.
:: I will examine your volume and provide you with treatment recommendations and the fees associated with them.
:: Should you decide to proceed with treatment, you will deposit the volume and a $75 non-refundable quote fee. This quote fee is applied toward any conservation treatment you choose to proceed with.
:: I will draft an official quotation document, which is a legal agreement that denotes the treatments recommended and their fees.
:: Once you have reviewed and signed the necessary paperwork, and made a 50% deposit, your volume is placed in my work queue.
:: The remaining balance is due upon completion of your project.
I look forward to helping you preserve your paper!