Art, passion and skill have been the basic ingredients of this workshop in the heart of Florence’s Oltrarno area for over a century, since the late 1800s. In this workshop, renowned worldwide for the restoration of precious glass and crystal objects, glassware is carefully studied and restored to its original splendor by using old grinding wheels and traditional techniques perfected over the centuries: glasses, cups, ampullas, salt shakers and precious Murano glass candelabra.
Monday through Friday from 9 am to 1 pm and from 3 pm to 6.30 pm
Via Domenico Burchiello, 10, Firenze, FI, Italia - +39 055 2298371 - http://www.locchi.com
Sandro Rongioni continues a long family tradition, which began with his grandfather, an expert carpenter, and entered the field of wooden restoration with his father. The know-how handed down from generation to generation combined with specialized studies has allowed Sandro to open his own workshop in Milan in 1987, where he combines manual expertise with […]
Knowledge of art techniques, manual skill and, above all, artistic feeling and respect. These are the qualities one needs to be a great restorer and Alvise Boccanegra has them all. And if one considers that he trained at the school of Master Maximilian Leuthenmayr, it is immediately clear that this young restorer is one of […]
A skilled restorer and an expert in the field of metalwork, Nicola Savioli trained at a very special school, Florence’s Opificio delle Pietre Dure. Raised in a family of artisans, he soon developed a remarkable artistic feeling, in particular, a passion for metal objects, which today he restores by combining the use of old and […]
Laura Menegotto si occupa di conservazione e restauro di dipinti su tela, tavola, rame e opere policrome. Dopo anni di bottega e cantieri di restauro, nel 1997 apre il suo laboratorio a Milano, all’interno della suggestiva corte settecentesca di palazzo Fagnani Ronzoni. Ogni operazione è realizzata con metodi differenziati a seconda delle tecniche artistiche. L’attenzione […]