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Restauration de coffrets anciens

Fleuron du Cuir restores old cases from the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries: boxes and cases covered in leather, old cardboard and “domino” paper boxes, solicitor’s filing cabinets… All the restored pieces are patinated so that the restoration is not obvious and they blend in with the old.

Some restorations of old boxes and cases

Restauration du cuir et de la dorure d'un coffret Renaissance

Restoration of a Renaissance case

Pretty little chest with drawer and containing a mirror, entirely decorated in small irons. Restoration of the leather, and of ...
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Boite écritoire ancienne en cuir

Restoration of a writing box

Writing box presenting a gap in the leather on one face. Restoration of the face of the writing box with ...
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Boite à couture ancienne en papier dominoté après restauration

Old box of cardboard and “domino” paper

Restoration of a 19th century wedding box in cardboard and domino paper. Boxes that have the feature of seemingly being ...
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Coffret pour calice plein cuir noir

Restoration of a chalice holder

Restoration of a case destined to hold a chalice, the cup used in the eucharist for the consecration of the ...
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Restauration d'un coffret ancien clouté du 17ème siècle

Restoration of 17th century chest

Studded chest intended to hold holy relics. Cleaning of the leather, restoration of the leather hinge, interior trim and studding ...
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Restauration de boites de notaire en faux dos de livres

Restoration of notaries’ boxes

Restoration of notaries' boxes, entirely covered in handwritten letters with a parchment finish. These boxes, originally, held the diverse papers ...
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Rénovation d'une boite minutier

Restoration of a file box

Boxes that held a solicitor's deeds and minutes. Very deteriorated, this box was entirely dismantled and flattened. It was then ...
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Boite à couture du 18ème siècle en carton et papier dominoté

Restoration of an 18th century wedding box

Restoration of an 18th century wedding box in cardboard and domino paper. Boxes that have the feature of seemingly being ...
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