Object display mounts and technical services
Left: Perspex mount for small stone sculpture (Hancock Museum). Right: Stainless steel mount for elephant skeleton (Manchester Museum).
Conservation Technologies provides specialist mount-making. model-making and replication services to the museum and heritage sector. Services we provide include:
Bespoke object display mounts and installation
Model-making and replication
Moulding and casting
Our clients include museums, exhibition designers and fit-out companies, local authorities, charities and private individuals.
We design, fabricate and install bespoke mounts, working in a wide range of materials including: stainless steel, brass, copper, aluminium, wood and perspex. Mount-making projects range in size from a single mount to the supply and install of 200+ mounts for temporary and permanent exhibitions.
We are able to produce a range of models for exhibition, including: mannequins, scenery and architectural sections.
We are experienced in replicating artefacts, either using traditional moulding and casting techniques or via non-contact processes. We have access to the latest 3D laser scanning and 3D printing facilities.
Please see our case study section for examples of our work.
Please contact us for a quote, to discuss a potential project, or if you simply require further information.
Mounts for tent fragment and pegs in new Roman Frontier Gallery, Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery
We recently completed over 100 mounts for the new Roman Frontier Gallery at Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery in Carlisle. See our Tullie House case study for further information.