Do You Have a Precious Keepsake You Really Loveľand You Want To Save?

Before you throw that keepsake away, contact Conservators of Fine Fabrics. Since 1977 we have been recognized as the masters in cleaning, mounting, and repairing of valuable and precious fine fabrics. Our team of experts is ready with a wide range of products and services for the care of archeological, ethnographic, and historic fabrics and costumes.  

Some of the typical items we care for include:

Banners Flags Needlework Stuffed animals
Christening dresses Historic garments Quilts Table linens
Dance Costumes Tapestries & Wall hangings Rugs Lace
Ethnic Costumes Movie & Theater costumes Samplers Wedding gowns

The professionals at Conservators of Fine Fabrics are available for consultation regarding the conservation of a single item, as well as private and museum collections. We do a fiber and fabric analysis, as well as provide you with condition report. Even if you're just looking to display your item, we can help with museum quality mounting services. 

Make COFF your one-stop shop for a wide range of products  for Archival Storage of textiles, costume collections, and keepsakes!

Think an item is beyond repair? See us before discarding. We may be able to save it! Damaged areas are often able to be  conserved, using techniques such as couching, re-weaving, and/or supporting with fabrics of compatible fibers.

Insects or Fungi? Conservators of Fine Fabrics has first-hand experience with the eradication of insects and fungi and is ready to assist you with these services.

In short, the talented team at COFF is ready to assist you with all your fine fabric conservation needs!

Why not experience the satisfaction of lasting life for your beautiful keepsake? Contact us today!

 

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