Stations of the Cross

Examples shown have been restored to their original appearance
using authentic pigmentation, genuine gold leaf detailing and traditional repair methods.

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Gothic Carved Wood Stations Circa 1853

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These Gothic six foot tall stations of the cross had been repaired just after the war, at this time the scenic backgrounds were painted out. As part of the restoration, we re-painted the missing scenic backdrops.

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This ornate set of plaster quatrefoil stations of the cross were in poor repair, we were considerate not to over -restore so that the set would be in keeping with the historical age of the church interior.

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Fibreglass Resin Stations Circa 1950 Restored for Monastery

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Spanish Composite Stations by Olot Before & After Restoration

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Two Victorian Plaster Plaque Stations With Coloured and Monochrome Versions Shown Before & After Restoration
 

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Carved wood stations of the cross by Stufflesser studio circa 1950. Restored to their original subtle colouration using traditional pigments, thereby retaining the warm character of carved wood. (before & after shown)