This restoration has been made in Carruajes Romero and it has been supervised by Sebastián Romero Vela, our professional restorer. This carriage was created in the 19th century in the Boiron-Lion studio, which is situated in Sainte Hèlène street (Lyon). In 1885, the studio started the production of these commercial carriages, a good demonstration of it is the excellent skills and the high quality of its projects.
Objective and methodology
The main objective of the project is the historical analysis of this Tilbury carriage. This part is very important because we could know its origin and establish an appropriate process which will offer a physical and functional balance.
Conservation status and diagnosis
In these projects, a good historical analysis is necessary because we will know the conservation status of the material. In addition, it is important to establish the variations and pathologies to get a good result.
When the restoration is completed, our customers receive a final report which includes some photographs (before – after), a technical datasheet and a recommended conservation plan.