Category Archives: Historical Restoration

South Highlands Presbyterian Project

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Cox Building Historical Replication

This project was present to me as a replication of this photo: And this is what I created based on research of 1885-1890 period gas chandeliers :

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Fairhaven Town Hall– Welds

Here is how the welds looked after sandblasting. Pretty rough… After our team has worked its magic…

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Fairhaven Town Hall Caps

This gives you an idea of the shape that the caps were in when they arrived, after sandblasting. Only two of the four caps were vented like this one. The other two were smooth. Note the rivets attaching the vent … Continue reading

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Fairhaven Town Hall

The cages were in serious need of attention. It seemed nothing was square or in round. Heres one post sandblasting. The scroll work has to be completely redone. To follow this project: https://plus.google.com/b/101158374799246692425/101158374799246692425/posts

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Fairhaven Town Hall

The upper mounting assembly decorative element before and after. To follow this project: https://plus.google.com/b/101158374799246692425/101158374799246692425/posts

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Fairhaven Town Hall

Sometimes in the course of restoring a very old luminaire it becomes necessary to recreate components. These are spinnings used to cover the lower mounting assembly. The one on the bottom left was at some point used as a replacement … Continue reading

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