What we do :
Our activities mostly fall within the frame of restorations of larger projects and consist of :
New designs and constructions of sculptures
Copying existing work
Restoring old work
Advising for sculpture restorations
Our assignments do not only come from the public sector.
Part of our work consists of designing sculptures for private persons.
Materials we work with are :
a.o. : statue marble, blue stone, sandstone, trachyte , tuffstone, volvic basalt lava, various sorts of European limestone etc.
This applies to new work as well as restorations.
Our projects include:
monuments in general
sculptured ornaments on buildings
memorial tablets in housefronts
Projects we work(ed) at :
Monument at The Dam, Amsterdam; restoration statue.
Police Headquarters, Amsterdam; newly designed statues and reliefs in stone and copies in stone.
Stadhuis (Town Hall), Maastricht; three reliefs in marlstone.
Kaaswaag, Gouda; reconstructie and copy, marmer relief
Queen Emma Monument, The Hague; reconstruction and bronze copy of stone original.
Holland Village, Nagasaki, Japan; various marble and bronze statues.
Huis Bergh Castle, 's Heerenberg; sandstone relief, entrance party of the castle.
The City of Amsterdam; granite copies of groups of tuffstone statues by Hildo Krop.
Country estate 'Vreedenhoff', Nieuwersluis; replace bluestone gateposts by copies.
Church restorations a.o:
Saint John's Cathedral, 's Hertogenbosch; All work on ornaments and the larger part of statues of the latest restoration.
Onze Lieve Vrouwetoren, Amersfoort; All ornaments and sculptures of the most recent restoration.
Domkerk (Dom Church), Utrecht; ornamental work.
Lambertus kerk (Lambertus Church), Veghel; twenty-two statues of saints.
Grote Kerk (Great Church), Breda; ornamental work
Willibrordus basiliek (Willibrord Basilica), Hulst; All ornamental work and sculpture of the latest restoration.
Bronze statue "Atlas". Nieuwegracht (New Canal), Utrecht; Various garden sculptures and stone.
Front reliefs for private house, Loon op Zand; Various gable stones.
Three bluestone coat of arms reliefs on The Gentse Poort in Hulst.
We have a lot of experience in the field of ornamentation and the restoration of sculptures and we have an excellent reputation in The Netherlands.
At restorations we work closely together with the Rijksdienst voor de Monumentenzorg (Government Department for the conservation of monuments and historic buildings)
Therefore we have been taken on to replace all ornaments and statues for the restoration of Saint John's Cathedral in Den Bosch.