The Landi Company Ltd offers a full range of textile conservation services for the individual client, for large institutions and for anything in between.

The objects handled include tapestries, embroideries (from samplers to wall hangings), costume and costume accessories, upholstered furniture and chair covers, window curtains, pelmets and the textile parts of state beds, altar frontals and other ecclesiastical vestments, lace and white-work, painted textiles and banners, and any number of odd or interesting objects that include a textile in its construction.

As an off-shoot of its commercial activity the Company has also hosted many students on placement from university courses and on voluntary work experience.

The director is a Fellow of IIC (International Institute of Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works), a member of Icon, an accredited member of BAFRA as Textile Specialist and appears on the Conservation Register operated by Icon (Institute for Conservation).

Latest Case Studies & Reports

A Recent Departure from the Norm

This company, as we know, is dedicated to the activity of textile conservation, but there are more ways than one of achieving that objective. One aim of conservation is the preservation of information... Read More

New Projects - March 2014

Report on the Conservation and Reconstruction of an 18TH Century Mantua from the Collections of the Lincoln Museums


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  • Conservation
  • Collection Care
  • Collection Surveys
  • Composite Items
  • Display and Storage
  • Presentations
  • Emergency Response

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