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Sculpture relocation

James Watt sculpture, Hunterian Museum.

Our team is entrusted by The National Trust for Scotland, The National Museums of Scotland, The National Galleries of Scotland and the Royal Collection among others, for the safe relocation of large and small sculptures and artefacts.

Along with our experienced team, we have a wide variety of hydraulic lifting and transportation equipment that allows us to relocate large sculptures and other artefacts to new locations either within the same site or further afield.

We are also experienced in all forms of collection care as well as the manufacture of bespoke packing crates and packaging.

We also have a wealth of experience in designing and creating imaginative and sensitive display solutions, fixings for sculptures and artworks and in their subsequent re-installation.

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James Watt sculpture, Hunterian Museum. 'Sea Fantasy',  Aberdeen. Charles II, installation, Parliament Square, Edinburgh. Dingwall Cross relocation from external site to internal site. Edderton Graveyard, Pictish stone installation.
Edinburgh College of Art, Plaster statue of 'Nike'. Kibble Palace marble Sculptures being transported from Glasgow to our Edinburgh workshop. Kibble Palace, packing fine marble sculptures and their plinths, Glasgow. Kibble Palace, installation of Marble Sculpture, Glasgow. Marble Vessel installation, Drummond Castle Gardens.
National Museum of Scotland, dismantle of sculpture for relocation. National Museums of Scotland, sculpture decant. Newly carved Heraldic Panel, installation at Scone Palace Archway. Re-siting Coade stone, private garden statuary.