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title: restoration

After many years working closely with Zimbabwean artists, we are the UK's experts in the care and repair of Zimbabwean sculpture.

Every piece we sell is absolutely pristine, without a scratch or chip and with a perfect shine. If you have a sculpture in need of some beauty treatment, we are the best people to help.

Our guide to sculpture care and repair shows the stages involved in repairing damaged sculpture and rejuvenating a tired finish. If you want to repair the sculpture yourself, this will give you all the information you need. If you are wary of undertaking such specialist work, we also offer a repair service.

We also undertake repair work for damaged pieces on behalf of insurers. Some home contents insurance policies cover sculpture for the repair of accidental damage, but they may struggle to find anyone with the expertise to carry out the necessary work. If your piece has been damaged, discuss the terms of your cover with your insurance company and forward our details to them so they can speak to us directly.

If you represent an insurance company, please contact us for more details.

Sorry but we are currently closed for repair work due to a backlog of work.

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Sculpture by first-generation Zimbabwean artist Edward Chiwawa

Title: Bridegroom