Inspired by Knole

One of our most wonderful involvements has been with the ‘Inspired by Knole’ project for the National Trust. Over a six year period we conserved the wall coverings in one of the smallest rooms in the house and the wall coverings …

Corporate conservation in the city at Bloomberg

In 2018, the year after Bloomberg London opened, ZTC was asked to set up a programme of condition checking, surface cleaning and ongoing collections care advice for the contemporary textile artworks commissioned for and permanently installed in the building. Our survey work has mainly focused on two large scale works – the vast tripart industrial …

Hidden Treasures

Between 2015 and 2018, we had the very great pleasure of undertaking the de-installation, conservation and re-installation of 12 costumed funeral effigies for display in Westminster Abbey’s new galleries.

Collections Care

Good Collections Care is the most pragmatic way of looking after your collections be they a much loved family heirloom, a prized personal collection, the entire contents of a museum store or the interior furnishings of an historic house.

Pandemic Gallery

Zenzie Tinker Conservation is more than just a conservation studio. Our professional work brings us together but our love of crafting is one of the strong bonds we have as a team.

Showcase for display and mounting

We are really passionate about beautiful display presentation. A well designed display solution is critical to your object’s long term conservation as well as both its historic interpretation and your aesthetic appreciation. Our cabinet making workshop was set up in 2009 for the custom production of frames, display mounts and display cases. Supporting our conservation …

Family heirlooms

At ZTC we give your precious personal collections and family heirlooms as much care and attention as museum objects. Cleaning and repairing family items such as christening robes, samplers, wedding gowns and vintage costume as well as providing suitable storage and display will help ensure their longevity for future generations of your family to enjoy. …

Bateman’s curtains

Two incredibly fragile early 20th Century Indian phulkari embroidered cotton curtains from Rudyard Kipling’s study at National Trust property Bateman’s were recently conserved at our studio. It is fascinating to think that Kipling wrote many of his most famous works in this study with his beautiful Sussex countryside view framed by these curtains. The curtains …