Conservation et restauration de bronzes dorés et d'ébénisterie des XVIIème et XVIIIème siècles

ATELIER FERNANDO MOREIRA

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HISTORY

 

1986

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Establishment of Atelier Fernando Moreira

Specialisation in the restoration of 17th and 18th centuries gilt-bronzes

Collaboration with Parisian dealers

 

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1999

 

Exhibition at "Salon du Patrimoine Culturel", Louvre, Paris

2000

 

Become member of the "Grands Ateliers de France"

 

 2001  

« Objets Précieux, Objets Curieux, Matériaux Rares et Métiers Rares », exhibition at the Château de Pregny

Fondation Maurice et Noémie de Rothschild

 

Beginning of the collaboration with the "musées de France" et "monuments historiques" :

  • Musée de Versailles
  • Musée du Louvre
  • Maison de la Chasse et de la Nature
  • Château de Chambord
  • Mobilier National et Manufactures Nationales des Gobelins et de Beauvais
  • Hôtel Matignon

 

Work for private collections and international foundations 

Work as a expert / advisor :

  • Private collections, international foundations, international auction houses : Christie’s, Sotheby's (Paris, London, New York) and others..

2003

 

Exhibition « Objets d’orgueil » : Couvent des Cordeliers, Paris

 

2007

 

Exhibition "Salon du Collectionneur":  Grand Palais, Paris

 

2011   Part-exchange of Michel Germond's business assets (restoration in cabinet-works)
  • New specialisation in 17th and 18th centuries wood restoration
  • Become « Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant »
  • The label "Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant" (Living Heritage Company, or EPV) is a mark of recognition awarded by the French Ministry of the Economy, Industry and Employment to French firms that demonstrate particular excellence in the application of traditional and industrial skills.