Porcelain restorers in Le Sablon (Brussels) for more than 20 years, we repair your porcelain according to the rules of the art. Our protocols and techniques are specific to each need: cleaning, gluing, filling, painting, varnishing, gilding.
There are many different types of porcelain, each with its own specific handling. The result is completely invisible and, what is more, reversible. Porcelain is a member of the ceramic family. It is most often found in tableware, for example:
What materials are used in porcelain restoration?
The materials used to restore the object will also depend on the type of porcelain. Whether it is for the glue: vinyl or epoxy, or the filling products: polyester or epoxy mastic, or paint. Each element will be chosen with care and precision.
The gilding will be done with gold leaves consciously selected according to the shade to be obtained. Applied at the end of the restoration process to respect the original manufacturing stages of the porcelain.
What is porcelain made of?
Porcelain is composed mainly of kaolin, a white clay that gives it its colour. It also contains quartz and feldspar. These three ingredients mixed with water create porcelain.
Contact your porcelain restorer directly at Coperta, the porcelain restoration workshop in Le Sablon, Brussels. Located near Dansaert, Les Marolles and the European quarter, we are accessible from Anderlecht, Uccle, Schaerbeek, Ixelles, Forest and beyond.