In our latest art project, Heritage Restoration sets about restoring a nine-foot tall oil painting from the eighteenth century. The subject matter is Sir Francis Blake Delaval of Curraghmore. Born in 1727, this Englishman lived a colorful life as a soldier, actor, and member of the British Parliament. Sir Francis was also something of a charlatan, or at least unsuccessful gambler. He died of a stroke in 1771, five years before the American War for Independence would begin.


In Brief

Heritage brought a bronze outdoor fountain to our studio for a restoration project. Our staff used chemical compounds to clean the fountain’s surface and make it presentable once again.



A church in central Illinois recently underwent a large renovation. As part of this project, Heritage designed and created three new stained glass windows and installed them into the church cry room.



In this project, Heritage hunts for a rare replacement glass panel for a decades-old lampshade.



Recently, an antique plaster memorial plaque was discovered in a church’s attic. It commemorates members of the parish who gave their lives in the service of their country during the Second World War. A full restoration was required to salvage the plaque so that it could once again hang proudly inside the church.



A California church reached out to Heritage and asked us to create a stained glass window of their patron saint, St Elizabeth Ann Seton. It would replace their existing clear window near the entryway of the church.


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