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RA Conservation is built upon a dedication to preserve historic objects for future generations to learn from and enjoy. Trained in Preventive Conservation by the National Trust, University of York and worked with the Churches Conservation Trust, Epping Forest District Museum and Lowewood Museum, Rachel is skilled at working with a variety of different materials and environments. The philosophy at RA Conservation emulates conservation policies at British Museum, Historic Royal Palaces and National Trust believing that we are custodians of the past preserving it for future generations and researchers.

Glass conservation

Rachel:

“After graduating in 2014 with an MA in Stained Glass Conservation and Heritage Management I have worked on a lot of different projects and love working closely with historic objects. I am in my element when problem solving and working out the best environmental conditions, storage and cleaning techniques for collections. I look forward to having the opportunity to work with other collections and projects across the country, whether it be for a deep-clean, a conservation project or an exhibition.”

 

Find out more about the projects Rachel has worked on and about the services RA Conservation has to offer.